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    1) Vanilla Pod at Mandai Orchid Gardens

    2) Think there's a restaurant at the Zoo

    3) the Cafe run by the Les Amis group at Botanic Gardens Visitors' centre

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    Oh, and how can i forget "Poison Ivy".

    It's located among some farms in yio chu kang, i think. not very sure. it's run by the national netball president, ivy singh-lim and her husband. food is supposed to be quite decent.

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    Bottle Tree Village Food
    Bottle Tree Village is located at:
    60 Jalan Mempurong
    Singapore 759058
    Off Sembawang Road

    Sembawang Eating House (Seafood Restaurant)
    Tel: 6752 6953

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    Singapore Zoological Gardens.

    Try "Breakfast with Ah Meng." You can wine and dine in style with Singapore's most famous primate. It is closest you can get to nature.
    Last edited by photobum; 3rd October 2006 at 10:32 PM.

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    2 weeks ago, the big size chinese magazine You Weekly, think cover is Korean man Kwon sang Woo tat issue, inside got a feature of those restaurant/eatery near nature, from Mount Faber, Zoo, Bird Park, To Sembawang Park, Botanical Garden, even Sungei Boloh Park...
    From Pentax to 4/3, back to Pentax and then back to M4/3 !?!?

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    Anybody bother to compile the whole list ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence View Post
    Excellent curry there http://bollywoodveggies.com/
    And you can walk around in their huge vegetable garden. Nice place for macro shots. Food is good also, not too expensive. Try their Fig Tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtemujin View Post
    Halia restaurant - Botanic gardens.

    The Olive Ristorante - Labrador Park.
    Good food and service at Halia

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnylatte View Post
    Oh, and how can i forget "Poison Ivy".

    It's located among some farms in yio chu kang, i think. not very sure. it's run by the national netball president, ivy singh-lim and her husband. food is supposed to be quite decent.
    Poison Ivy=Bollywood veggie

    Hmm i love the nasi lemak but well not availible everyday

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    Ridout Tea Garden along Queensway
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    Default Re: Where got places to dine near to nature?

    Hope this helps.. (I've removed duplicates and arranged them in zones and in a certain flow). Hope I've not left out too much details.


    NORTH


    Galley by the Straits - 43 Admiralty Road West (inside SAF Yacht Club)

    Bottle Tree Village Food
    Bottle Tree Village is located at:
    60 Jalan Mempurong
    Singapore 759058
    Off Sembawang Road

    Sembawang Eating House (Seafood Restaurant)
    Tel: 6752 6953

    Vanilla Pod at Mandai Orchid Gardens

    Singapore Zoological Gardens.
    Try "Breakfast with Ah Meng." You can wine and dine in style with Singapore's most famous primate. It is closest you can get to nature.


    NORTH-EAST

    Sunset Grill and Pub
    140B Piccadilly, Seletar Airbase
    (from Piccadilly, turn into Lambeth Walk, Hampstead Gardens, Western Ave, into East Camp, all the way to Singapore Flying Club)
    Tel: 64820244
    4pm to 10pm; closed on Tuesdays

    Hougang Park.. overlooking "lake" / lakeside


    EAST

    Pasta Fresca da Salvatore at East Coast Park, next to the food centre. The tables are on the beach itself, and the food is excellent. Lovely place to go at night.


    CENTRAL

    Halia Restaurant - Botanic gardens.

    the Cafe run by the Les Amis group at Botanic Gardens Visitors' centre

    PS Cafe at Harding Road

    Ridout Tea Garden along Queensway

    Outdoor seating at Graze - Rochester Park
    Too bad the food is disappointing.
    Da Paolo and Min Jiang are also there but I'm not sure about the view/closeness to nature.
    Da Paolo - 3 Rochester Park (inside the park)

    The Colbar in Portsdown Road

    Villa Bali (near the old SAJC) is fantastic. Lovely gardens. Wonderful space.
    Villa Bali at Pasir Panjang. Opposite PSA Building.
    Nice ambience to chill out and have drinks after dinner.

    The Olive Ristorante
    Address: Labrador Park, Labrador Villa Rd, Car Park A (opp PSA Building at Alexandra Rd)
    Opening Hours: 12pm –11pm daily
    For reservations/enquiries : 64792989 (ristorante), 63396833 (office)

    The bar/restaurant on top of Mount Faber.

    The Cliff at Sentosa.

    Il Lido at Sentosa Golf Club, if you sit outside it's situated in very nice greens and there's a fabulous view of the harbour and the sea.


    WEST


    Sakura NA NA - Clementi Woods


    NORTH-WEST

    Ivy Singh's restaurant in Lim Chu Kang
    Excellent curry there http://bollywoodveggies.com/
    You can walk around in their huge vegetable garden. Nice place for macro shots. Food is good also, not too expensive. Try their Fig Tea.

    Petals & Leaves Bistro
    Nyee Phoe (Gardenasia)
    240 neo tiew crescent
    tel. 6793 6500
    Opening Hours:
    Saturday ( 11am - 10pm )
    Sundays & Public Holidays ( 10am - 6pm)
    http://www.kranjicountryside.com


    OTHERS

    and if you are not lazy...go to the tree-top makan at JB. Really need to go up the tree!
    Last edited by YogiBear; 14th October 2006 at 03:11 PM.
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