This beautiful land of Thunder Dragon is home to some of the top restaurants serving mouth-watering dishes. Known for its chili-based and fiery flavors, Bhutan’s culinary staples includes everything from a distilled rice wine ara, spicy stew of cheese and chilies to ema datshi.
Take a bite out of the Lion City’s most authentic cuisine with classics like chicken rice, from street vendors, Uncle Chicken Rice or the more established Maxwell. Char Kway Teow or flat noodles is another local staple which you should try at Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee or could at Hill Street Fried Kway Teow. Kaya Toast will be hard to miss, as it can be enjoyed any time of the day. Think of it as the Singaporean french toast. Tong Ah Eating House and Chin Mee Chin Confectionery are favourites to visit for this dish.
For people who are looking for half bar and half diner experience should head to the Zone. It is a popular restaurant with a Bhutanese twist. Do not forget to try their burgers, ribs, pizzas, house-made ice cream, momos, hot dogs and more.
If you are craving for a lavish experience then head to Bukhari an opulent restaurant at hotel Uma. This semi-circular space is one of the best in the valley. What makes a visit to this restaurant a must is that the menu changes every three days, but focuses more on healthy, fresh and locally sourced food.
A favorite among the tourists, Ambient Café is known to offer some delicious dishes. This stylish and modern café is spacious and cozy. Tourists are in love with the banana milkshake, freshly brewed coffees and teas, salads, sandwiches and more.