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Announcing the winners of Chope Diners' Choice Awards 2016!A big thank you to the thousands of diners who voted.
Wild Honey at Mandarin Gallery
Scrumptious all-day breakfast served up in Mandarin Gallery
Click here to book at the Scotts Square outlet.
1st Runner Up: FOC Restaurant (10%)
2nd Runner Up: Corner House (8%)
Naughty Nuri's Singapore (Capitol Piazza)
Famed Bali outpost specialising in sticky ribs and mean Martinis in City Hall
1st Runner Up: Fat Lulu's Kitchen & Dessert Bar (13%)
2nd Runner Up: Atlas Coffeehouse (12%)
2nd Runner Up: Cheek by Jowl (12%)
Chef Jason Tan (Corner House)
Chef Jason Tan presents a unique multi-layered dining experience at 1 Michelin-starred Corner House
in the Singapore Botanic Gardens
1st Runner Up: FOC Restaurant - Chef Jordi Noguera (15%)
2nd Runner Up: The Lokal - Chef Darren Farr (11%)
The White Rabbit
An epicurean escape in a beautifully restored chapel in Dempsey
1st Runner Up: ilLido at the Cliff (12%)
2nd Runner Up: Corner House (10%)
Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant
A tasty Japanese harvest in Robertson Quay
1st Runner Up: Basilico (15%)
2nd Runner Up: Carousel (14%)
Cracking seafood by way of the American South in Paya Lebar
1st Runner Up: JUMBO Seafood (12%)
2nd Runner Up: Mellben Seafood (Toa Payoh) (9%)
Lush bar evoking the districts of Manhattan through cocktails
in the Regent Singapore, A Four Seasons Hotel
1st Runner Up: The Rabbit Hole (18%)
2nd Runner Up: Loof (14%)
Trendy café with artisanal desserts in Holland Village
1st Runner Up: The Fabulous Baker Boy (17%)
2nd Runner Up: Mad About Sucre (11%)
Sin Lee Foods
Heritage cafe worth tracking down in Tiong Bahru
1st Runner Up: Ninja Bowl (11%)
2nd Runner Up: Privé CHIJMES (7%)
Sprawling buffet spread at Royal Plaza on Scotts
1st Runner Up: StraitsKitchen (18%)
2nd Runner Up: Spize (Rifle Range) (16%)
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