Situated in the western region of Singapore, Clementi is a predominantly residential town, inhabited by many Chinese and Indian immigrants. The city gets its name from Clementi Road, which was named after Sir Cecil Clementi Smith – the first British High Commissioner in the Straits Settlements. The name therefore signals to the British colonization of the country. It used to be called Sussex Estate (after Sussex in England).
Clementi is primarily known for its street food. The Clementi restaurants are bustling with customers everyday who come to enjoy delicious and scrumptious meals at cheap prices. There are also other restaurants, the upscale and expensive ones, thereby making this town an excellent one for you to have the meal of your own choice, offering a vast array of options to choose from.
Clementi Mall is the hotspot for the authentic food this town has to serve. The restaurants in Clementi mall are often filled with customers who are there to enjoy a fine meal with their family, friends, or both. Listed below are some of the more popular restaurants that have gained favour among locals and tourists alike.
From its humble beginnings as a fresh fruit stall in the early 70s, this establishment has blossomed into a lavish establishment after a baking instructor named Victor Chan took over the company…