5 Dine-In Options in Marina South Pier

Known to be a busy place, Marina South Pier is always with day-trippers and tourists who are looking to catch a boat going to the Southern Islands – Kusu Island and Saint John’s Island. 

Passengers would opt to wait for their boats in the pier itself. Here are the best dining options if you are a tourist or a local who is waiting for your trip. 

#1 Din Tai Fung

 Shanghai soup dumplings in Din Tai Fung

Din Tai Fung has been around for over a decade and is already a household name when it comes to the food scene of Singapore. Locally, it already has 23 branches across all Singapore. It is known for its xiao long bao or Jiangnan-style dumplings. 

Din Tai Fung is also famous in 15 other countries and has a total of 150 restaurants across the globe. They are known worldwide for its Wuxi and Shanghai soup dumplings. 

Go over their menu and see for yourself the selection that they have. 

Address: 8A Marina Boulevard, Marina Bay Link Mall

Opening Hours: Daily 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

#2 Nude Seafood

Breakfast in Nude Seafood

This one is a place with a twist. The menu is a wide variety of seafood dishes, which is perfect for a family dinner dine-in. 

For breakfast, you can enjoy their beautiful array of freshly baked buns, desserts, and tarts, which includes their specialty coffee- All with an exceptional French flair. 

Indulge in their quick, high-quality, yet affordable meals before you head to the island. 

Address: Marina Boulevard, Marina Bay Financial Center

Opening hours: Daily 08:00 AM to 10:00 PM

#3 Ichiban Boshi in Marina Bay Link Mall

Sashimi in Ichiban Boshi of Marina Bay Link Mall

Catering to group gatherings and the usual casual dinings, Ichiban Boshi is one of the most beautiful places for Japanese cuisine. They have an excellent selection of fresh sashimi, sushi, and set meals. 

This is the perfect place to go if you have been craving for Japanese food before heading out to the boat ride. The place will feel like your authentic Japanese go-to place. 

Address: 8A Marina Boulevard, Marina Bay Link Mall

Opening hours: Everyday 11:30 PM – 10:00 AM

#4 Punjab Grill

If you are looking for North Indian and Pakistani food, Punjab Grill is the place for you. It is a famous spot for celebrating special occasions. 

The menu had Lahore, Amritsar, Multan, and Peshawar’s influence on it. They have slow-cooked kebabs, curries, fantastic vegetable dishes, and slow-cooked kebabs. 

You will be impressed with their one-of-a-kind tandoor-cooked foie gras tikka with mango chutney and the chicken tikka quesadillas with coriander dip. 

Address: Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Opening hours: Daily 11:30 AM – 03:00 PM and 06:30 PM to 11:00 PM

#5 Sembawang Eating House 

Crab in Sembawang Eating House

Guaranteed to delight the diners’ taste buds, Sembawang offers an extensive collection of Halal-certified dishes and seafood that are carefully and delectably prepared. 

It has an ambient and comfortable setting, which makes it a perfect spot for family and group dine ins. 

Address: Marina Gardens Drive, 8

Opening Hours: Daily 09:30 AM to 09:30 PM

Did you like this list? These are just some of the best places to dine-in while waiting for your trip. Please drop us a comment and let us know what you think about this. Share it with your friends and family so they can look forward to visiting them, too. 

Are you looking forward to your trip to the Southern Islands? Stop by these places to eat. Also, do you have needs or trips that require a helping hand? The reputable A1 Credit has got your back.

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