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The best restaurants for communal dining

(Source: www.timeout.com)

Themed restaurants are enjoying a resurgence in Singapore, and Picnic is looking to get in on the action. An assortment of ferns and succulents hangs from the walls of this park-themed restaurant, and there’s even an Astroturf lawn in the middle of the space that’ll make you feel as though you’re really picnicking in the park. The plants change in accordance with the seasons and the lighting adjusts with the time of day, so you can catch the ‘sunset’ while indoors. There are multiple tables for groups – we recommend zooming in on the one near the bar with a built-in ice-bucket for drinks – so head down early to picnic at the best spot.

THE FOOD

Order from any of the 13 stations that are set up as independent food trucks. Ezo is a Japanese concept that serves Hokkaido-inspired eats like butadon ($14/lunch, $19 dinner), a rice bowl with three cuts of pork (belly, collar and loin) all marinated in a sweet and savoury tare sauce and grilled to order.  If you’re looking to share, go for the rotisserie half chicken ($23/lunch, $26/dinner), that’s served with your choice of mash potatoes or ratatouille.

Order from any of the 13 stations that are set up as independent food trucks. Ezo is a Japanese concept that serves Hokkaido-inspired eats like butadon ($14/lunch, $19 dinner), a rice bowl with three cuts of pork (belly, collar and loin) all marinated in a sweet and savoury tare sauce and grilled to order. If you’re looking to share, go for the rotisserie half chicken ($23/lunch, $26/dinner), that’s served with your choice of mash potatoes or ratatouille.

More Info: www.timeout.com

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