50 Best Restaurants in Singapore 2022

The people of Singapore are known for their incredible culinary skills and their enthusiasm for eating. There seems to be a never-ending stream of new businesses popping up here, each one hoping to unseat the long-standing incumbents.

Restaurants Person Holding Pastry Dishes on White Ceramic Plates

We found some new places to eat and went back to some old favorites among Singapore’s best restaurants.

Empress

There is a Chinese restaurant within the Museum of Asian Civilizations that is a terrific way to round off a day of learning about Asia. But even on its own, the attraction is worthwhile.

Empress Singapore restaurant

There is a patio overlooking the Singapore River, and the cuisine is presented in a novel and interesting way. In addition, weekend breakfasts of dim sum are renowned for their delectable cuisine.

Website: https://www.empress.com.sg/

Address: 1 Empress Pl, #01-03 Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore 179555

Phone: +65 6776 0777

Le Bistrot du Sommelier

The restaurant’s concept is based on French “bourgeois cuisine,” which calls for hearty servings and well-selected wines.

Le Bistrot du Sommelier Singapore restaurant

Vintage French wines from all around are available, and the smoked meats, exquisite pâtés, and pastries are all made in-house.

Website: https://www.lebistrotdusommelier.com/

Address: 53 Armenian St, Singapore 179940

Phone: +65 6333 1982

Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar

The restaurant serves traditional Italian cuisine with a contemporary touch, housed in a 19th-century Purvis Street storefront. Chef Roberto Galeti, the winner of several gastronomic awards from throughout the world, runs the kitchen.

Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar  Singapore restaurant

Pasta meals that include fish and meat are some of the best options. And, naturally, Italian wines to go with them.

Website: https://www.garibaldi.com.sg/

Address: 36 Purvis St, #01-02, Singapore 188613

Phone: +65 6837 1468

Basilico

The chef puts a lot of importance on using seasonal ingredients in all of his dishes, so you can expect a wide range of both traditional regional Italian food and new fusion dishes.

Basilico Singapore restaurant

You may order from the menu or select from the buffet, and there’s also an espresso bar and a wine cellar where you can have drinks of your own choosing. The Regent Singapore hotel pool can be seen from the restaurant’s lovely patio.

Website: https://regentsingapore.com.sg/dining/basilico/

Address: 1 Cuscaden Rd, Level 2 Regent Singapore, Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249715

Phone: +65 6725 3232

Burnt Ends

To roast massive amounts of meat, chef Dave Pint had custom four-ton ovens built for his restaurant. Lamb, chicken, king crab, Lucian fish, fennel, and leeks are just some of the grilled items that appear on the daily rotating menu.

Burnt Ends Singapore restaurant

Website: https://burntends.com.sg/

Address: 7 Dempsey Rd, #01-04, Singapore 249671

Phone: +65 6224 3933

Les Amis

This restaurant is popular among Singaporean businesspeople and celebrities who want to make a good impression on their visitors.

Les Amis Singapore restaurant

The decor is traditional, with baroque chandeliers and long tables; the wine list features 200 selections, and chef Sebastien Lepinoy is renowned for his quail served with traditional Provençal ratatouille and tomato confit pies.

Website: https://www.lesamis.com.sg/

Address: 1 Scotts Rd, #01 – 16 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208

Phone: +65 6733 2225

Otto Ristorante

There is a Michelin star since it is one of the greatest Italian restaurants in the city. Here, you can choose from an à la carte menu or a set menu. The set menu has taster portions and vegetarian options.

Otto Ristorante Singapore restaurant

A particular, complimentary remark must be made about the cigar and wine offerings. People have said great things about how warmly the restaurant’s staff, led by the chef, welcomes them. The chef also visits each table to give advice on what foods go well together.

Website: https://www.ottoristorante.com.sg/

Address: 32 Maxwell Rd, #01-02/03 Maxwell Chambers, Singapore 069115

Phone: +65 6227 6819

SKIRT Restaurant

The W Singapore Hotel on Sentosa Island is home to one of the city’s finest steakhouses. Aside from the author’s meaty dishes that go beyond the customary steaks, the restaurant’s interior design is also noteworthy.

SKIRT Singapore restaurant

Aged meats of all kinds and insanely flavorful steaks are all on the menu, along with an excellent wine list.

Website: http://www.skirt.wsingaporesentosacove.com/

Address: 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374

Phone: +65 6808 7278

Odette

A Michelin-starred establishment that has been named several times as one of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, this European restaurant in Singapore is a must-try. Chef Julien Royer named the eatery in honor of his grandmother, Odette, who he credits with giving him an authentic appreciation for fine cuisine and teaching him how to cook.

Odette Singapore restaurant

The restaurant’s snow-white designer furniture and artwork by Singaporean artists complement the modern French haute cuisine and fine wine list.

Website: https://www.odetterestaurant.com/

Address: 1 St Andrew’s Rd, #01-04 National Gallery, Singapore 178957

Phone: +65 6385 0498

Banana Leaf Apolo

Indian cuisine in its more traditional form is served at this eatery. Masala of long bean pods and spicy curry with fish heads are two dishes that are often ordered when they are served on a banana leaf.

Banana Leaf Apolo Singapore restaurant

Website: http://www.thebananaleafapolo.com/

1 Address: 54 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218564

Phone: +65 6293 8682

2 Address: 48 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 217959

Phone: +65 6297 1595

3 Address: 20 Sixth Ave, Singapore 276479

Phone: +65 6362 2444

4 Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, #01-309, Singapore 519599

Phone: +65 6816 6081

Kinou

Ceviche and tartare are the house specialties at this hip restaurant/bar, which also serves creative drinks.

Kinou Singapore restaurant

In both cases, the first-serving element is what sets them apart. You may also order wine to go with the plentiful appetizers.

Website: https://www.kinou.sg/

Address: 2 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088380

Phone: +65 8453 4519

Bar-A-Thym Restaurant by Francois Mermilliod

Inviting a guest to “close your mouth and eat” is a message only a supremely certain chef would leave. This is the case since he is the exceptionally talented Frenchman, Francois Mermillio.

 Bar-A-Thym Restaurant by Francois Mermilliod Singapore restaurant

The standard a la carte menu and the Omakase menu are both available. To order from the Omakase menu, you must tell the chef your budget, any food allergies, or other dietary restrictions, and then trust his cooking skills..

Website: http://www.bar-a-thym.sg/

Address: 18 Gemmill Ln, Singapore 069255

Phone: +65 6557 2224

Kimme (Permanently Closed now)

The restaurant of two Korean celebrity chefs is known for its infinite creativity and innovation. The decor is stylish and warm, and the food is a tasty mix of Asian and European tastes.

Address: 47 Amoy St, Singapore 069873

Phone: +65 6514 1588

Humpback

Warm, what’s the word, oyster? hipster aesthetic. The cuisine features the finest seafood and farm-fresh vegetables, and there is also a nice range of beverages.

Humpback Singapore restaurant

The decor is minimalistic but chic, ideal for a democratically-friendly lunch or a romantic evening for two.

Website: http://www.humpback.sg/

Address: 18-20 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089834

Phone: +65 9772 9896

db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Daniel Boulud

There is a line out the door to try one of Chef Daniel Boulud’s famous burgers. There’s seafood that’s too much for one person to eat, beef with fried potatoes, and a wine-marinated rooster on the menu.

db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Daniel Boulud Singapore restaurant

Website: https://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/db-bistro-and-oyster-bar.html/

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-48, Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956

Phone: +65 6688 8525

The eatery has been awarded a Michelin star for its exceptional quality.

Nouri

The interior architecture is out of this world, and the food, which is an audacious mash-up of flavors from Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America, will blow your mind.

Nouri Singapore restaurant

Dishes are transformed into modern pieces of art with the help of the presentation. Have faith; you’ll be very pleased.

Website: http://www.nouri.com.sg/

Address: 72 Amoy St, Singapore 069891

Phone: +65 9230 2477

Long Beach

Crab with black pepper has been a Long Beach staple since the town’s inception in 1959. A visit to Singapore without sampling the local cuisine would be sacrilege. It’s okay to let the waiter handle the crab’s cutting.

Website: https://longbeachseafood.com.sg/

1 Address: 25 Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249670

Phone: +65 6323 2222

2 Address: 01-04 East Coast Seafood Centre, 1202 ECP, #04 East Coast Seafood Centre, Singapore 449881

Phone: +65 6448 3636

3 Address: 60 Robertson Quay, #01-14 The Quayside, Singapore 238252

Phone: +65 6336 3636

4 Address: Jurong East Street 21, #03-07 Next to Rooftop Garden, IMM Building, Singapore 609601

Phone: +65 6566 9933

Bar-Roque Grill

A restaurant that opened a year ago in Tanjong Pagar has an interior design that looks like it came from the 1600s.

Authentic French food is its forte. Banana pie with salted caramel ice cream and rustic duck terrine is on the menu. The extensive wine list, which includes vintages from throughout the globe, is a nice treat.

Website: https://www.stefanandnico.com/

Address: 165 Tg Pagar Rd, #01-00, Singapore 088539

Phone: +65 6444 9672

Salted and Hung (Permanently Closed now)

A trendy Australian eatery that serves only the finest in smoked meats.

The chef spent his formative years on a farm outside of Brisbane, where he became accustomed to eating nutritious, carefully prepared meals. A professional chef from Singapore recreates them with a contemporary spin.

Address: 12 Purvis St, Singapore 188591

Phone: +65 6358 3130

Neon Pigeon

Elegant fusion of grunge and sake, cutting-edge and classic Japanese food, and top-notch drinks; has exposed-concrete walls, bamboo seats, and Japanese porcelain dishes. That place is jam-packed. Always. It’s best to reserve a spot in advance because of this.

Website: https://www.neonpigeonsg.com/

Address: 36 Carpenter St, #01-01, Singapore 059915

Phone: +65 6222 3623

Jaan By Kirk Westaway

On the 70th floor of the Swissôtel, you’ll find a restaurant with the best view of the city. Despite Chef Julien Royer’s claim that his food is “simple,” it incorporates complex preparations such as deer with celery in a mulled wine and pear sauce.

Website: https://www.jaan.com.sg/

Address: 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882

Phone: +65 9199 9008

Yum Cha Chinatown

In the middle of Chinatown, a rickety staircase ascends to a busy eatery. Even those who are used to Asian cuisine will be impressed by the carts in the hall, which are piled high with pork ribs, yams, and dim sum with shrimp and spinach.

Website: https://www.yumcha.com.sg/

Address: 20 Trengganu St, #02-01, Singapore 058479

Phone: +65 6372 1717

Luke’s Oyster Bar & Chop House

American and seafood dishes are the restaurant’s forte. It’s widely regarded as one of the top restaurants in Singapore, and with good reason.

Once inside, customers will find a classic establishment with white tablecloths, crystal, and low lighting, serving the finest oysters, seafood, and superb beer and wines. You may also have the freshest oysters delivered to your house from Luke’s.

Website: http://lukes.com.sg/

Address: 22 Gemmill Ln, Singapore 069257

Phone: +65 8125 5256

The Dempsey Cookhouse & Bar

This restaurant stands out among the many great places to eat in Singapore because the Michelin-starred Dutch chef makes creative and tasty European food.

Every dish has some international flair added by the chef to reflect the cosmopolitan nature of Singapore. The open layout of the kitchen lets guests observe the chefs at work. Fun times are had by all!

Website: https://www.comodempsey.sg/restaurant/the-dempsey-cookhouse-and-bar

Address: 17D Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249676

Phone: +65 1800 304 5588

Ippoh Tempura Bar by Ginza Ippoh

The original Ippoh restaurant, known for its excellent tempura, has opened a branch in Singapore. Enjoy tempura made by real Japanese chefs in bamboo dining rooms that have been updated to look more modern.

Website: https://www.comodempsey.sg/restaurant/ippoh-tempura-bar-by-ginza-ippoh

Address: 17B Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249676

Phone: +65 1800 304 3388

The Naked Finn

The inside of this restaurant, which goes by the moniker “Naked Finn,” is as sparse as its namesake. 

The walls are bare, the furniture is basic and wooden, and there is no decorative art. Some of the seafood on offer comes from far and wide, such as New Zealand cod, Arctic mussels, and Mozambican lobster.

Website: http://www.nakedfinn.com/

Address: 39 Malan Rd, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109442

Phone: +65 6694 0807

LeVeL33

One of the skyscrapers in the financial sector houses the brewery. If you want to take in the sights of Singapore while sipping on the best quality drink, you should reserve a table near a window in advance.

There’s a new chef in the kitchen at LeVeL33, and the menu has been updated. It still has a European flavor, but it’s more vibrant and engaging now.

Website: http://www.level33.com.sg/

Address: 8 Marina Blvd, #33 – 01, Singapore 018981

Phone: +65 6834 3133

Candlenut

The owner and young chef’s mother, Malcolm Lee, is in charge of the recipes, although her son is modernizing classic Singaporean fare. At the time of your delivery, the pork belly cooked in a soy sprout sauce with chili peppers sounded like the greatest thing on the menu.

Website: https://www.comodempsey.sg/restaurant/candlenut

Address: 17a Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249676

Phone: +65 1800 304 2288

Jamie’s Italian (Permanently Closed now)

The regular sold-out crowds at Jamie Oliver’s Italian show just how popular the restaurant is among locals and tourists in Singapore.

Prices are low, yet the quantities are generous when it comes to Italian classics like tagliatelle bolognese and eggplant parmesan. The vintage design is bright and cheery, and the red leather couches are a nice touch.

Address: 583 Orchard Rd, #01 – 01 / 04, Singapore 238884

Phone: +65 6655 7676

Meta Restaurant

We’re looking forward to a fantastic gastronomic journey when we visit this restaurant for lunch. Chef Sang Kim and his amazing staff create French-Korean gastronomic wonders right in front of your eyes thanks to the restaurant’s open kitchen design.

The restaurant has been awarded a Michelin star. The unconventional presentation of classic foods particularly surprised the tour inspectors, as did the restaurant’s sleek modern decor. Pre-booking is highly recommended to avoid disappointment. 

Website: http://www.metarestaurant.sg/

Address: 1 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089109

Phone: +65 6513 0898

Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda

The famed chef Tetsua Wakuda’s Japanese-European restaurant, which has been awarded two Michelin stars, lives up to its reputation. At the center of Singapore, in the Marina Bay Sands complex

Rare ingredients from Australia and Japan are used in Chef Wakuda’s meals, which also boast innovative flavor combinations and recognizable workmanship. The ten-item sample set is ideal for getting to know our wares.

The restaurant is great for lunch with a small group of friends or a romantic night out because it has separate booths that look like cozy cocoons.

Website: https://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/waku-ghin.html/

Address: Level 2 Dining, L2-03 The Shoppes at, 2 Bayfront Ave, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956

Phone: +65 6688 8507

Whitegrass Restaurant

A chef with several Michelin stars wins “Restaurant of the Year” and “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant List” awards in consecutive years.

Sam Aisbett, the owner and head chef of Whitegrass, was born in Australia. But his ideas can no longer be contained by physical space.

And maybe that’s why this exemplary institution can be found in Singapore, a city that proudly welcomes people from all over the world. The menu changes often to reflect the best local ingredients that are in season and new ways to cook them that come from European, Japanese, and Australian traditions.

Website: https://www.whitegrass.com.sg/

Address: 30 Victoria St, #01-26/27 CHIJMES, Singapore 187996

Phone: +65 6837 0402

Song Fa

The restaurant’s signature dish is bak kut teh, which is served in a soup consisting of pig ribs, kidneys, liver, or tail (depending on your preference), as well as peppers and spices. Lines form outside the eatery around 7 a.m. and continue until the soup is gone.

Website: https://songfa.com.sg/

1 Address: 176 Orchard Rd, #02-29/30, Singapore 238843

2 Address: 11 New Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 059383

3 Address: 11 New Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 059383

4 Address: 11 New Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 059383

5 Address: 1 Maritime Square, #02-74/75, Singapore 099253

6 Address: 6 Changi Business Park Ave 1, #01-38 ESR BizPark @ Changi, Singapore 486017

7 Address: 238 Thomson Rd, #01 – 56 / 57 / 58, Singapore 307683

8 Address: 33 Sengkang West Ave, #01-39/40/41 The Seletar Mall, Singapore 797653

9 Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #B1-09, Singapore 608549

10 Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #B1-09, Singapore 608549

11 Address: 3 Temasek Blvd, #B1-132, Singapore 038983

12 Address: 83 Punggol Central #01-24 (West Wing, Singapore 828761

13 Address: Northshore Plaza 1 #02-22, 407 Northshore Dr, Singapore 820407

Chef’s Table by Chef Stephan

They change the menu every day. Stephan Zoisl, a forward-thinking chef, uses a “carpe diem” approach to the Michelin guide. “Living in the moment” is the mantra by which every evening’s cooking is prefaced. The chef hates having extra food in the kitchen and hates having to throw it away, so he only orders ingredients for the night’s meal.

Only the finest organic farms in Singapore are used as suppliers.

The menu has 28 main components, and diners may eliminate those they are allergic to or do not like. After that, they split out and worked on coming up with sets for each table on their own.

The chef adds, “I just get bored making the same dish every night.” That’s a somewhat out-of-the-ordinary strategy, no?

Website: https://www.chefstable.sg/

Address: 61 Tras St, Singapore 079000

Phone: +65 6224 4188

Iggy’s

Ignatius Chan, a celebrated chef and sommelier in Singapore, is modernizing traditional Japanese fare. Instead of rice, he uses meringue for his sushi, and he tops it with molecular soy sauce, sea urchin, and scallops.

Website: https://www.iggys.com.sg/

Address: 581 Orchard Rd, Level 3 voco Orchard, Singapore 238883

Phone: +65 6732 2234

Artemis Grill & Sky Bar

Would you like to be whisked away to Mediterranean culinary heaven for a few hours? In a word, ARTEMIS is a rooftop restaurant with a great view of the city. It serves authentic Greek, Spanish, and Italian food made with the freshest ingredients and served with a great selection of wines.

Traditional dishes are reimagined with a contemporary twist. Grilled meats and fish are a must-try, and we highly suggest trying them over a wood fire. You bet your bottom dollar that a wood-fired barbeque atop a downtown Singapore skyscraper can’t be terrible. Both a romantic evening for two and a professional supper are welcome at this restaurant.

Website: http://artemisgrill.com.sg/

Address: 138 Market St, #40-01 CapitaGreen, Singapore 048946

Phone: +65 6635 8677

Chinatown Market & Food Centre (Food court)

A lot of people frequent the food court in the mall. Keep an eye out for pavilion 02-112 for a delicious Singaporean delicacy known as satay bee hoon. This cuisine consists of rice noodles in a spicy peanut sauce with cuttlefish, pork, and water spinach.

Chinatown Complex Food Centre:

Address: 46 Smith St, Singapore 058956

Chinatown Food Court:

Address: 143 New Bridge Rd, Singapore

Jade

The restaurant serves authentic Chinese food and is situated on the ground floor of Singapore’s landmark Fullerton Hotel.

The meal will surprise even the most daring eaters, and the opulent Oriental decor will make you feel right at home. The dim sum menu is where your attention is best spent since each item is a little masterpiece.

Website: https://www.fullertonhotels.com/fullerton-hotel-singapore/dining/restaurants-and-bars/jade

Address: 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178

Phone: +65 6877 8188

Wooloomooloo Steakhouse

Swissotel The Stamford’s sophisticated steakhouse can be found on the hotel’s third floor. Dine on prime steaks and fine wines as you look out the restaurant’s large windows at the beautiful skyline of modern Singapore.

Or, get your heart racing by butchering a whole animal in full view of your friends and family. The eatery is ideal for both professional and social gatherings.

Website: https://woo-steakhouse.com/location/stamford-singapore/

Address: 2 Stamford Rd, Level 3 Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore 178882

Phone: +65 8305 5692

Maxwell Road Hawker Centre (Food court)

The Hainan chicken with rice and chili sauce at the food court on the outskirts of Chinatown is a dish that deserves to be served on its own at Michelin-starred restaurants.

Address: 1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184

Phone: +65 6225 5632

BAKALAKI Greek Taverna

While Gardens by the Bay’s supertrees are impressive, Singapore really comes alive when you wander down an alley in Tiong Baru and find yourself in ancient Greece. There’s more to BAKALAKI Tavern than just great Greek food and drinks that come straight from the warm climate of Greece.

The majority of these items are also ordered from individual Greek houses located on the islands of the Mediterranean. The Greeks who have made Singapore their permanent home serve as the restaurant’s management, proprietors, and cooks.

Their efforts paid off, as the house felt just like home and the guests experienced a taste of the warm hospitality that is so characteristic of the Greek people. It’s perfect for family gatherings or gatherings with many friends.

Website: https://bakalaki.com/

Address: 3 Seng Poh Rd, Singapore 168891

Phone: +65 6836 3688

Ding Dong (Permanently Closed now)

If you go to this restaurant, you should get everything on the menu at once, including the octopus confit, the rice with mango, the crab with lettuce, and the scallops with Chinese cabbage.

The menu that Chef Ryan Clift has crafted appears to feature every imaginable type of Asian snack. Cocktails like the Pirates of Malacca, made with spiced rum and palm sugar, are served with them.

Address: 115 Amoy St, #01-02, Singapore 069935

Phone: +65 6557 0189

Pollen (Permanently Closed now)

The British Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton already operates a number of hip eateries in Singapore. Pollen, in the covered botanical garden, stands out as the best of the bunch. One of the best dishes is the blackcurrant and foie gras-stuffed rustic duck.

Lunch at the Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay (located at 18 Marina Gardens Drive) starts at $75.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, #01-09 Flower Dome, Singapore 018953

Blue Lotus

The beautiful bay vistas and breezy ocean air at this eatery are what set it apart. First and foremost, though, it’s known for its food. On the menu, traditional Chinese dishes are given a modern twist.

The fruitiness of the sauces served with shellfish is one reason why the chef pays close attention to them; they add a novel twist to the flavor of otherwise traditional meals. Lobster prepared in a Boston Sichuan manner presents yet another challenge to the tried and true. Enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner with the family while gazing out at the beautiful bay from this restaurant.

Website: http://www.bluelotus.com.sg/

Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01 – 13 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375

Phone: +65 6339 0880

Food Opera (Food Court)

You won’t find another restaurant patio like it in all of Singapore; it’s in the basement between the Prada and Burberry stores. Though the restaurant’s decor is undeniably Philippe Starck (think: baroque chandeliers, velvet sofas, and black lacquered wall panels), diners won’t find any of Starck’s signature flourishes in the food. Visit pavilion B4-03 for some hot noodle soup, curry laksa.

Website: https://foodrepublic.com.sg/

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, #B4 – 03 / 04, Singapore 238801

Phone: +65 6509 9198

Din Tai Fung

This is a well-known Taiwanese restaurant chain in Singapore. Delicious dumplings are made by hand and steamed right in front of you as you watch in the restaurant’s open kitchen.

Additions to the main dish include noodles, rice, and hearty soups. Vegetarian dumplings are also available. A meal out with the family at any of the chain’s restaurants is a great idea.

Since the chain is so popular in Singapore, waiting in line for a table is par for the course.

Website: http://www.dintaifung.com.sg/

1 Address: 290 Orchard Rd, #B1 – 03, Singapore 238859

Phone: +65 6836 8336

2 Address: 8A Marina Blvd, B2 – 05, Singapore 018984

Phone: +65 6634 7877

3 Address: 252 North Bridge Rd, #B1 – 08, Singapore 179103

Phone: +65 6336 6369

4 Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue B1, #01, Singapore 018972

Phone: +65 6634 9969

5 Address: 435 Orchard Road, #04-00, Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877

Phone: +65 6732 1383

6 Address: 3 Temasek Blvd, Tower 5), #02-302, Singapore 038983

Phone: +65 6338 2422

7 Address: 176 Orchard Rd, #02-55, Singapore 238843

Phone: +65 6694 2292

8 Address: 180 Kitchener Rd, #01-10, Singapore 208539

Phone: +65 6634 2322

9 Address: 30 Tai Seng St, #01-02, Singapore 534013

Phone: +65 6702 0060

10 Address: 9 Raffles Pl, #02 – 08, Singapore 048619

Phone: +65 6226 6988

11 Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-138, Singapore 237994

Phone: +65 6737 1366

12 Address: 23 Serangoon Central B1, #10 Nex, Singapore 556083

Phone: +65 6634 7787

13 Address: 80 Marine Parade Rd, #01-15, Singapore 449269

Phone: +65 6345 7077

14 Address: 4 Tampines Central 5, #02-01 Tampines Mall, Singapore 529510

Phone: +65 6787 0998

15 Address: 68 Orchard Rd, #02-32, Singapore 238839

Phone: +65 6259 6366

16 Address: 1 North Point Drive B1, #107, Singapore 768019

Phone: +65 6481 3433

17 Address: 63 Jurong West Central 3, Singapore 648331

Phone: +65 6861 1811

18 Address: 83 Punggol Central, #01 – 22, Singapore 828761

Phone: +65 6384 7767

19 Address: 33 Sengkang West Ave, Singapore 797653

Phone: +65 6341 6566

20 Address: 9 Bishan Pl, #01-41, Singapore 579837

Phone: +65 6356 5228

Tekka Centre (Food Court)

Check out booth 01-258 to see the chefs kneading the dough, twisting and rotating it with ease. The freshly made dough is used to produce bread that is then paired with a hearty curry sauce.

Address: Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore

Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck

The best Peking duck can be found right here. Authentically prepared here means baking in honey until the meat is soft and the crust is crispy, as per local custom.

The meal consists of rice cakes, thinly sliced fresh onion and cucumber, and rich sauces. The maestro performs a demonstration in which he skillfully cuts the bird right in front of your eyes. An elegant Chinese meal in the heart of Singapore’s Orchard Road.

Website: https://www.imperialtreasure.com/

1 Address: 05-42/45, Paragon, 290 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238859

Phone: +65 6732 7838

2 Address: 8 Marina View 02-08/10 Asia Square Tower 1, Singapore 018960

Phone: +65 6636 1868

CUT by Wolfgang Puck

The Steakhouseis owned by Singapore’s most famous chef, Wolfgang Puck, and designed in the classic American style. CUT, one of Singapore’s top meat restaurants, is owned by three-Michelin-star winner Pak.

The interiors are covered in leather and oak, the lighting is low to encourage conversation, and the tables are full of high-quality charcoal and wood-fired meats from the United States, Australia, and Japan.

With an arrangement in place with the American Steak Association, Pak is able to get his hands on only the highest grade of beef for his dishes. Tender vegetable purees and salads are among the many excellent accompaniments to steaks.

To start, we suggest the bluefin tuna tartare with avocado. And you should be careful when you eat homemade bread, especially focaccio, because it is so tasty that you could eat too much of it and be too full to eat meat.

CUT draws Singaporean superstars and aficionados of the finer things in life, making it the ideal location for a chamber business meeting or a night out with trendy friends or a non-vegetarian lover. There is a strict requirement for reservations, and the sooner you make them, the better.

Website: http://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/celebrity-chefs/cut

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave, B1 – 71, Singapore 018972

Phone: +65 6688 8517

Sabar Menanti Restaurant & Catering (Food Court)

The greatest spot in Singapore to eat for the price, hands down. At this eatery, you may grab a plate of rice at the counter and top it with whatever you choose, including jackfruit curry (breadfruit), spicy chicken in coconut sauce, and grilled fish of various varieties, and shrimp in chili sauce. The cost of each plate is based on its total weight.

Address: 737 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198715

Phone: +65 6291 0109

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