Singapore Restaurant is a semi-classy Malaysian joint with friendly service and a nicely vegan-friendly menu. I tried the Captain's Curry after reading rave reviews about it; honestly, it was decent, but nothing spectacular. I probably wouldn't order it again given all the other vegetarian dishes on the menu. It was strangely salty, but the salt was masked by subtle hints of peanut, garlic and sugar. The curry itself was too watery for my likes and the vegetables were not really cooked---all of the vegetables were chopped in huge chunks and just tossed into the wok a couple of minutes before completion, if I had to guess. The vegetable choices weren't exactly inspired either---cabbage, broccoli, carrots, onions and a couple pieces of green bell pepper.
There was also a TON of tofu in the mix. Huge, block-sized pieces with didn't add anything to the meal, as the tofu was not cooked either.
There aren't many Malaysian restaurants in the Twin Cities (I think the newly-opened "Bali" is the only other one) so I'm glad that Singapore offers some variety. But the food seemed haphazardly prepared. I'll definitely give it another shot as other dishes on the menu sounded appealing and the service was definitely welcoming and accommodating.
The restaurant is in a random, isolated residential area that was awfully dark at night (no street lights) so I advise caution if you're riding a bike there. There's also a steady stream of traffic on 34th Avenue, and most of the cars seemed to be speeding and not making full stops at stop signs, so be careful.