Sing-Ma stands for “Singapore-Malaysia,” a cuisine unfamiliar to most. Think Thai, Chinese, and Indian—with just enough spice to hold your interest. While the atmosphere here is plain and rather cavernous, the presentations are delightful. Tropical fried rice arrives in a half pineapple, a sweet chicken stir-fry is served in scooped-out mango halves, and a whole young coconut brings chilled coconut juice. The Roppongi beef was tough on our visit, but the crepe-like roti was buttery, with a rich curry sauce to boot. Don’t miss the basil eggplant. And if you are in a mood to splurge, go for the exotic crab dishes. Lunch and dinner Wed.–Mon.