10 Best Oyster Bars in Singapore

Singapore is home to a wide variety of restaurants serving seafood such as crab, fish, and prawns. Even more, evidence that people in Singapore adore fish. A fresh batch of raw oysters is also on the menu.

A Person holding a Glass of Red Wine with oyster

These 10 Singaporean seafood establishments provide a broad variety of premium oysters from across the world. Not only are the meats themselves fantastic, but the accompanying sauces are also unique.

Humpback Singapore

In the film Crazy Rich Asians, there is a scene that takes place in a Humpback restaurant. The culinary offerings at Humpback, which are largely influenced by the oyster farms of the state of Washington, provide for an intriguing and varied experience. Oysters such as the lue pool, sun seeker, and Pickering passage varieties are included in this category.

Oysters will only cost you three dollars apiece if you go to Humpback during happy hour. You are able to enjoy a diverse range of seafood dishes thanks to precisely prepared servings that are served in generous amounts.

Angie’s Oyster Bar & Grill 

If you’re looking for a good location to eat oysters, go no farther than Angie’s Oyster Bar & Grill. Oysters are $1.5 a pop during the “happy shucking hour” Monday through Thursday.

When you place an order for oysters, we’ll get them to you as soon as possible. Additionally, traditional, uncommon, and seasonal oysters are available every day at Angie’s Oyster Bar & Grill.

The fine de claire oyster, originally from France, is a local favorite. The saltiness and heat complement each other wonderfully.

Kakiin Oyster Bar

Hidden in the heart of Orchard Plaza is the little Japanese restaurant Kakiin Oyster Bar, which takes great pleasure in serving only the freshest oysters.

The fresh oysters served here come from all over the world. Some of the most reliable sources are from New Zealand, known for its delicate briny flavors, and Canada, known for its creamy plumpness.

The oysters are the reason we’ll visit this oyster bar, but the teppanyaki menu, which includes Hokkaido beef tendon ($20) and chicken gizzard ($10), is also worth checking out.

Beverages, including the standard fare of sake and shochu, are abundant, as they should be in any izakaya.

The Oyster Bank 

The Oyster Bank, located in Funan Mall, is a famous oyster bar known for its delicious and reasonably priced oyster meals.

During happy hour, you can get oysters for as cheap as 2 Singapore dollars for each dish. You can get a six-pack of oysters for this price if you purchase a bottle of wine or beer with them.

There is a broad variety of exotic flavored cocktails to choose from at the Oyster Bank, like the serrano lime, grapefruit ponzu, traditional mignonette, yuzu foam and ikura, and horseradish dill.

DB Bistro & Oyster Bar 

The oysters at DB Bistro & Oyster Bar are consistently the best quality and freshest at Marina Bay Sands, where there is a lot of competition.

The culinary expertise of Daniel Boulud, the owner and executive chef of this Michelin-starred establishment, is beyond reproach.

You may get seasonal oyster dishes like the oysters vanderbilt gratinée with hazelnuts and seaweed peel here. Oysters aren’t the only seafood on offer at DB Bistro & Oyster Bar; you can also get tuna tartare, blue crab salad, and luxurious kaluga caviar.

The Other Roof

Are you interested in slurping oysters while you watch the sunset over the vibrant Chinatown neighborhood? The Other Roof is a rooftop bar that serves tapas, oysters, and more than 300 alcoholic drinks, all of which are completed with tea.

Dario Knox, the restaurant’s proprietor since its 2018 opening, is responsible for the enticing dishes served there.

The Other Roof is easily written off as a tacky, pricey bar because of its unique name. If you don’t go, though, you won’t be able to take advantage of the S$1.50 fresh oyster special that’s offered daily.


The Southbridge is a bar located on the upper level. As a result, you may affordably have a processed oyster meal while gazing at the Singapore River.

Six oysters are available for $20 SGD during happy hour.
There are four preparations that will be used to serve the oysters. A savory blend of ponzu and yuzu sauce. Nikkei is also available with bulldog and togarashi sauce.

Vinegar and shallot-based mignonette. At long last, the natural, accompanied by a squeeze of lemon and a dash of tabasco, is a drink not to be missed.

Culina at Como Dempsey

While there are many excellent restaurants to choose from in the gourmet haven of Dempsey Hill, Culina stands out as the bistro to which oyster connoisseurs must pay a visit. The menu is always evolving, and each week brings a new assortment of air-flown oysters.

Choose the French Gillardeau oyster instead if you can afford it. Its nearly crispy texture and delicate hazelnut flavor make it a fan favorite. One of the three best premium oysters in France, this kind routinely places well.

La Bonne Table

This little eatery on East Coast Road may not be a popular destination for Instagrammers, but it is among the favorites of the local Easties. La Bonne Table’s rustic atmosphere and authentic French cuisine give it an endearing appeal.

It’s an extra plus that they hold an oyster party every Thursday (beginning at 6 o’clock) throughout the year. French Fine de Claire oysters from Normandy are merely $1 per with just a $50 minimum purchase.

You can’t have a traditional French meal without a tray of fresh oysters, escargots with parsley butter ($19), and pan-seared duck foie gras ($33).

Tanuki Raw

From 5 to 8 p.m. every day, the trendy Japanese restaurant Tanuki Raw offers a Happy Hour oyster special. Up to six freshly shucked oysters can be purchased with your drink order for just S$2.

Make your own seafood platter to go with your martini; this promotion includes salmon sashimi, lobster salad, and fresh uni.

It’s a shame that the unseasoned, plain oysters are the only ones eligible for the Happy Hour specials. Oysters come in four different guises for dinner: ikura, mentai, chinmi chilli, and truffle. The last is served with the restaurant’s unique truffle soy sauce.

From above of fresh oysters served with mignonette sauce and lemon placed on table near plate of grilled lobsters

If you’re craving something seafood-related, like a fresh oyster meal, you may look to any one of these five establishments. Which one do you plan on visiting?

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