5 hidden food gems in quiet corners of S'pore

Offshore Bar & Grill at Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal lets diners barbecue seafood by the Singapore Strait. PHOTO: OFFSHORE BAR & GRILL
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SINGAPORE - Enjoy brunch with gourmet coffee in an industrial building, beer and hawker fare on the roof, or barbecued seafood at the seaside.

These dining experiences are offered at a slew of new joints. But because they are in far-flung spots or obscure corners, it may take a long drive or some navigation to get there.

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