Living in Tanah Merah

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Old Dec 16th 2016, 12:15 am
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Hey,

We arrived in Singapore one week ago and have just signed for an condo in Optima @ Tanah Merah, moving in next Wednesday

Would love any tips or interesting facts about the area?

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I no longer live in Singapore but, if I am not mistaken, you will only be a short uber ride away from the Dog and Bone Cafe Bar in Upper East Coast Road. I'll plop in a link below.

I just mention this as you will find a load of expats in there so maybe pop over one Sunday lunchtime when it is busy and have a mingle with other expats and get some answers. The joint owner Alex is a Brit. And I can heartily recommend the Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding

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I no longer live in Singapore but, if I am not mistaken, you will only be a short uber ride away from the Dog and Bone Cafe Bar in Upper East Coast Road. I'll plop in a link below.

I just mention this as you will find a load of expats in there so maybe pop over one Sunday lunchtime when it is busy and have a mingle with other expats and get some answers. The joint owner Alex is a Brit. And I can heartily recommend the Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding

The Dog and Bone Pub - Home
Thanks Baked bean (love the name btw)! We will definitely pop down there for a roast
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