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Mandarin Oriental, Singapore has five restaurants and a bar, with a variety of cuisines represented in the many venues. Sample creative Cantonese dishes at the upscale Cherry Garden. For something more familiar, book a table at the Singapore outpost of Morton’s, The Steakhouse, which serves up classic chops and steakhouse sides in a clubby atmosphere. Upscale Italian dining can be found at the poolside Dolce Vita, while the sprawling, all-day restaurant MELT The World Café, is loaded with stations that offer everything from dim sum to tandoori chicken, salads, omelets, pastries and more. Those who opt for a club room at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel have access to the Oriental Club, which serves complimentary afternoon tea and drinks throughout the day.