20 New Cafes And Restaurants In Singapore To Visit In March 2021
New cafes and restaurants in Singapore – March 2021
Not even the extra calories gained throughout Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day can stop true foodies from seeking out new cafes and restaurant openings. Especially if it sounds as tempting as a dessert joint that serves ice cream on croissants, or a steampunk-inspired bar with local cocktail flavours.
From a retro-themed restaurant giving off New World Amusement Park vibes to a quaint cafe that serves gelato in burnt cones till midnight, here are 20 new cafes and restaurants in Singapore you can visit in March 2021.
1. Fat Belly Social – steakhouse with atas ingredients like uni & caviar toast
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For those that love steak but can never finish an entire cut by themselves, Fat Belly Social’s communal dining concept is the dream dining experience. Large cuts of steak from the ever-popular Rib Cap to the lesser-known Zabuton – an extremely marbled cut from the chuck – are served on a fancy silver plate and are meant to be shared by groups of three to four.
Other dishes to try include the roasted bone marrow and grilled octopus
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There are also a couple of uncommon sauces available to make your steak taste yummier, like scampi butter ($7) and sauce diane ($8) – made from cream, Worcestershire, mustard, and Cognac. For those who enjoy some tipple to go along with your meal, Fat Belly’s extensive wine list – especially the reds – will do nicely to complement the fatty and seared cuts of meat.
Address: 21A Boon Tat Street, Singapore 029620
Opening hours: Mon – Wed 5.30PM-10.30PM | Thu – Sat 5.30PM-11PM (Closed on Sundays)
Telephone: 6227 2247
Fat Belly Social website
2. Burnt Cones – serving gelato in burnt cones till 12 midnight daily
L-R: Regular, Slightly burnt, Burnt cones
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A scoop of ice cream is best complemented with a crispy cone – you can’t eat a paper cup as an added treat, after all. The good folks over at Burnt Cones have reimagined the humble ice cream cone ($1) by “burning” it two ways, so each bite has a bittersweet kick and torched crunch.
Stracciamenta is a mint and chocolate flavour
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They have 12 flavours on regular rotation, including premium ones like black sesame and bronte pistachio which are $5 per scoop. Or you can go for the classic flavours like 85% dark chocolate ($4 per scoop) that never fail.
Those who want a more filling dessert can also pair their creamy gelato with a crispy and dense buttermilk waffle ($6). It can also be topped with two ice cream scoops ($7) so you can share with your dessert date.
Address: 105 Clementi Street 12, Singapore 120105
Opening hours: 9AM-12AM, Daily
Telephone: 9711 1097
Burnt Cones website
3. Lobster Air – fresh seafood in an airline cabin-themed restaurant
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There’s something magical about eating airplane food, it’s like you know you’re a little closer to your destination with each bite. Lobster Air lets you relive those wanderlusting days, and it’s a great affordable option for those who missed out on the Singapore Airlines Restaurant A380.
You can choose from either a Business or First Class course menu to feel like you’re in Bling Empire, and most of the dishes are – as the name suggests – lobster-themed. Go for the Baked Boston Lobster ($36 for half) that’s freshly-picked every day and served with a savoury garlic butter sauce.
Signature Lobster Toast
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You can also have an upgraded version of the traditional avocado toast with the Signature Lobster Toast ($18). The avocado rocket salad is topped off with chunks of sweet lobster on top of a truffle olive toast.
Check out the full Lobster Air menu for more details.
Address: 371 Beach Road, #02-36 City Gate, Singapore 199597
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 11AM-10.30PM | Sat – Sun 10AM-10.30PM
Lobster Air website
4. Maison Marie – fresh oysters flown directly from France
A selection of Gillardeau oysters flown in from France
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Maison Marie’s opening at The Rail Mall means that Westsiders don’t have to travel far to slurp on premium oysters. The French bistrot hosts an oyster night every Wednesday, and this season they’re offering Gillardeau oysters ($4/piece) that are famed for their plump flesh.
The octopus bolognese is braised for hours
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Other signature dishes include the octopus bolognese with gemelli pasta and tiger prawns that are charcoal-grilled in a Josper oven. After your delectable meal, you can even pop by their in-house fresh food market. With produce imported from the Rungis International Market in France, you can be assured that your house-party needs will be taken care of.
Address: 380 Upper Bukit Timah Road, The Rail Mall, Singapore 678040
Opening hours: 11.30AM-9.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6235 0661
Maison Marie website
5. Rails Bar – steampunk bar with pi pa gao cocktail & fried chicken
Mortal Engines, anyone?
Step into Rails Bar to feel as though you’ve been teleported to another dimension where steampunk reigns supreme.
The futuristic-looking establishment is inspired by the nearby Tanjong Pagar Railway Station and Jinrikisha Station, and their cocktail menu is also experimentally-themed with ingredients like pi pa gao and uncommon spirits like Ceylon Arrack – made from coconut palm sap.
Nothing goes better with alcohol than oily bar snacks like hot wings and sliders
There’ll also be yummy bar grub courtesy of Chix Hot Chicken, a local eatery specialising in Nashville-style Southern fried chicken. Think hot wings (from $9.90 for three pieces) and the signature Soul Slider ($9.90) to stuff your face with in between drinks. There are also plenty of meat-free alternatives from Quorn for all the vegetarians among us.
Click for our full Rails Bar review.
Address: 21 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-02, Singapore 088444
Opening hours: Tue – Sat 5PM-10.30PM | Sun 3.30PM-10.30PM (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: 8725 6789
Rails Bar website
6. Kumoya x Molang Pop-up Cafe – IG-worthy burger buns & cotton candy floats
The BFF Salmon I Love You Burger ($23.90).
Fans of the adorable bunny rejoice: the world’s first Molang-themed pop-up cafe has arrived in Singapore. Created in collaboration with local cafe Kumoya, you can drop by their outlet at Jalan Klapa in Bugis to bask in the whimsical cuteness while savouring food and drinks curated by Little Miss Bento.
Images adapted from: Eatbook
Their menu hits all the right spots to satisfy your inner child, both taste and aesthetics wise. The Molang Lychee Soda Slurper ($13.90) has a cloud of cotton candy sitting atop the glass that will get so many likes on Instagram.
Meanwhile, the Huggy Hugs Mango Berries Shibuya Toast ($24.90) is surrounded by an assortment of colourful berries and sweets. There’s even a special surprise for when you slice open the toast!
Click for a full Kumoya x Molang pop-up review.
Address: 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 12PM-9.30PM (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: 8204 5330
7. Chir Cafe + Bar – fancy Korean fried chicken at Holland Village
Korean fried chicken is one of those fast food treats that will instantly lift your spirits – at a small cost of feeling damn jelak after. But Chir Cafe + Bar elevates this sinful snack into a modern dining experience with the opening of their first cafe concept. No more gorging on drumstick after drumstick.
A must-try is the Chir Chicken Croffle ($17.90), a delightful twist on the classic chicken + waffle combo. Instead of using a plain waffle, Chir toasts and flattens a croissant with a waffle iron so you get a fluffy carb option with a flakier, chewier and more tasty inside. Tip: Don’t pour too much maple syrup, otherwise the sweetness will overpower the other flavours.
Click for a full Chir Cafe + Bar review.
Address: 26A Lorong Mambong, Singapore 277685
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 11AM-10.30PM | Sat – Sun 9.30AM-10.30PM
Telephone: 6235 9950
Chir Cafe + Bar website
8. Bonding Kitchen – authentic Peranakan dishes from private-dining chef
Chef Danny Chew working on the Nasi Goreng Buah Keluak ($15)
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Chef Danny Chew has upsized his private home dining joint serving modern Peranakan cuisine in Johor Bahru into a full-fledged restaurant called Bonding Kitchen. But he still strives to make each guest feel like they’re dining in a cosy home despite its prime location in Orchard Gateway.
Australian beef wagyu rendang ($32)
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For a restaurant located in the shopping district, the prices of each dish won’t make you break the bank. The Nasi Goreng Buah Keluak, Chef Danny’s speciality, is $15, while some dishes with premium ingredients like the tender and aromatic Wagyu Beef Rendang is only $32.
Address: 277 Orchard Road, #02-18 Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238858
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 11.30AM-10.30PM (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: 8860 9087
Bonding Kitchen website
9. JOMO – minimalistic restaurant with Sunday Aussie BBQ sessions
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Have you ever heard someone talking about “slipping shrimps on the barbie”? This Aussie saying is almost a mantra at JOMO where every Sunday involves a cookout for the entire community to indulge in. And you better jio your buddies if not they’ll get some serious JOMO feels, a.k.a. join or miss out.
The meats and sausages come from Sidecar Handcrafted, a local premium butcher.
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Rather than have the diners cook on the grills themselves like a self-service barbeque spot, the Sunday family BBQ is served up dim-sum style and comes with free-flow drinks like Aperol Spritz, draft beers on tap, and select wines. All of this will only set you back $42/pax nett.
Address: 48 Lorong Mambong, Singapore 277699
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 3PM-10.30PM | Sun 11AM-6PM
Telephone: 9800 3787
10. Yum Sing! – retro restaurant with New World Amusement Park vibes
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With Singapore’s independence, came an era of partying and entertainment, and Yum Sing! is throwing back to the spirit of the swinging sixties at its Clarke Quay restaurant. Think of it as a playground-for-adults with its retro-looking neon lights, ceiling-mounted carousel, and a beverage menu with locally-inspired cocktails like the Yum Sling ($18) and Kopi-O Gao ($20).
Rainbow Yu Sheng
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But the food is the star of the show here, with the focus on local fare. Besides the classics like Bak Kut Teh ($10) and Char Kway Teow ($10), you can even lo hei year-round with the Rainbow Yu Sheng ($6.80/pax) that’s available 365 days a year.
Address: 3B River Valley Road, #01-06/07, Singapore 179021
Opening hours: 4PM-10.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6261 6463
Yum Sing website
11. Persea Restaurant & Bar – low-carb dishes with Mediterranean flavours
Australian-farmed barramundi with flower clams ($28)
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Those on a keto diet have a new dining spot at Persea. Tucked in a corner at Ann Siang Hill, the restaurant focuses on low-carb, high-fat dishes with Mediterranean flavours. So your belly won’t be bogged down by flour and rice and an impending food coma, but you’ll be fuelled by flavourful meats and fats that taste great while satisfying your nutrient requirements.
The “Fauxcaccia” is a gluten-free option for those who love and miss bread.
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Some of the zero-carb dishes include the bone marrow ($24) and ribeye steak ($34). But if you don’t mind cheating a little bit, the eggs muhammara ($14) – a spicy dip made with walnut, capsicum, chives and Spanish paprika – and calamari ($24) are highly recommended.
Persea also switches up their menu every four months, with the menu from April onwards slated to feature more Asian-fusion dishes.
Address: 23 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069703
Opening hours: Tue – Sat 5.30PM-10.30PM | Sun 11AM-3.30PM (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: 8138 3217
12. Zuzu Kitchen – 7-course pizza omakase menu with flour from Italy
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We usually associate omakase menus with Japanese cuisine, but Chef Julien Li takes things to the next level with a seven-course pizza omakase menu hosted in his home at Marine Parade. At $75/pax, you can expect some unorthodox flavours like creamy bechamel sauce and chayote – a Mexican squash – or a sweet mascarpone and matcha dessert pizza.
Chef Julien gets his flour directly from Naples and kneads the dough by hand three days in advance, so you know that each pizza will make for a gastronomical experience. However, do note that dinner slots are fully booked out till May, with only some lunch sessions left available.
Bookings can be made via the Zuzu Kitchen Instagram page, with a minimum of four pax.
Opening hours: Lunch and dinner on Saturdays only.
Zuzu Kitchen website
13. Tanoke – atas bar with artisanal sake paired with Japanese food
Japanese brunch with sake? Sign us up please.
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Since we can’t travel to Japan now to sip on some real good sake, a trip to the newly-opened Tanoke on Purvis Street will do just as well to tide us through our withdrawals. They have over 40 types of premium Japanese sake from various regions, each carefully selected to complement their food menu with.
Wagyu Marmalade Toast ($12)
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They have a happy hour every Tuesday to Friday from 5PM-6.30PM, where every order of their house signature cocktail or sommelier’s choice sake comes with a complimentary serving of their Wagyu slider. But if you really want a comprehensive and atas dining experience, you can opt for a tasting menu (from $158+) that has sake pairing (additional $38+) with it.
Address: 7 Purvis Street, 2nd Floor, Singapore 188586
Opening hours: Tue – Fri 11.30AM-10.30PM | Sat 6PM-10.30PM | Sun 11.30AM-10.30PM (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: 9106 3378
14. Samwitch – juicy beef and chicken sandwiches for breakfast in Hougang
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Skip the peanut butter bread you have every day and fill your morning appetite with a juicy sandwich from Samwitch. The humble shop only has two sandwiches on the menu – Shredded Chicken ($7.60) and Beef Pastrami ($8.90) – but this also lets them focus on the quality of current offerings.
Torched cheese on the beef pastrami sandwich
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The beef pastrami sandwich is topped with sliced pickles and torched cheese for a sinful breakfast option, while the chicken sandwich overflows with shredded lean meat and fresh vegetables like carrot and spinach for a healthier choice. There are only a limited number of sandwiches available per day so get there early or you’ll miss out!
Note: Samwitch is not a halal-certified eatery, but they currently use no pork or lard.
Address: 806 Hougang Central, #01-152, Singapore 530806
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 9AM till sold out (Closed on Mondays)
15. Yeast Side – freshly-baked sourdough and craft beer on tap
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Yeast Side, best side? Ironically, this quaint new bakery is located in the posh enclave of King Albert Park instead, so Westies have first dibs to all their freshly-baked sourdough bread. Other items on the menu include a mouth-watering apple crumble bostock and a savoury mushroom ham and cheese brioche.
Image credit: Yeast Side
But it’s the 12 craft beers on tap that really makes Yeast Side stand out from your mom-and-pop bakery. They have lagers, ales, and IPAs to complement the rustic texture of the sourdough loaves.
Address: 9 King Albert Park, #01-09, Singapore 598832
Opening hours: Wed 4PM-10.30PM | Thu – Sun from 9AM-10.30PM (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)
Yeast Side website
16. SGH Housemen’s Canteen – comfort food like nyonya laksa & chicken macaroni soup
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Sometimes all we want is a hearty bowl of nyonya laksa to comfort ourselves after a long day at work, and a $7.90 bowl from SATS’ – the one that does Changi Airport’s in-flight catering – new canteen at Singapore General Hospital sounds really good.
The concept is pretty simple: you pre-order your meals through the SATS mobile website or their digital kiosks on-site, and you can collect them in food lockers upon receiving a text notification.
The food lockers look a little like our neighbourhood POPstations
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Their signature dishes beyond the laksa include ayam bakar chicken rice ($7.90) and satay chicken rice ($7.90).
Address: 10 College Road, Singapore 169851
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 7.30AM-8PM (Closed on Sundays)
SGH Housemen’s Canteen website
17. Maison Sucree – pretty tarts & pastries from Muslim-owned bakery
The folks behind legendary hawker burger joint Ashes Burnnit have recently expanded into the dessert space with Maison Sucree. The freshly-baked croissants are buttery and crisp with just enough flakiness, and if you’re there at the right time, you might also get to try their seasonal croissants with flavours like Biscoff and Nutella Rocher.
From top to bottom: pain au chocolat ($4), butter croissant ($3.50), almond croissant ($4.50).
While you can always take them away in a box to savour at home, we recommend taking a seat and trying out Executive Chef’s Elzuan Japar’s signature souffle and sticky date pudding that are only available for dine-in guests.
Click for a full Maison Sucree review.
Address: 63B Lengkok Bahru, #01-362, Singapore 152063
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 11AM-9PM (Closed on Mondays)
Telephone: 8779 2580
Maison Sucree website
18. Equate Coffee – quiet cafe at Tanjong Pagar with in-house ondeh ondeh
Image credit: @saltyaaron
Coffee joints in the CBD are typically rackety, but Equate Coffee’s secluded outpost at the second floor of Tanjong Pagar Plaza means that you’ll be able to find some much-needed respite from the hubbub of city life.
Image credit: @iris.nihao
The entrance resembling a cave beckons you to step in for a good cuppa, using beans from Brazil and Sumatra. Equate Coffee also has various pastries to go with your latte, like the soft and fluffy Canele ($4) and house-made Mount Ondeh ($7) that has just the right amount of sweetness.
Address: Block 1, #02-25 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Singapore 082001
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10AM-4PM (Closed on Sundays)
Equate Coffee website
19. Madame Ooze – ice cream served on fresh croissants
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We’re all suckers for ice cream and waffles any day, but every once in a while, a dessert joint comes along and drags us out of our comfort zone. Enter Madame Ooze, a dessert bar that serves up scoops of ice cream on a warm, toasted croissant.
You can expect interesting flavours like Kyoto Hojicha and New York Blueberry Cheesecake at just $4.20 per scoop. Plopping it on a croissant will be an additional $4.50, and even though it might get a little messy, your efforts will be rewarded because the result is a mix of some of the best dessert flavours and textures – chewy and flaky, plus sweet and buttery.
Address: 259 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058808
Opening hours: 12PM-10PM, Daily
Madame Ooze website
20. Yakiniku-GO – pork-free yakiniku meats from $2.50
Yakiniku doesn’t have to be a costly affair as evident with Yakiniku-GO. The a la carte chicken platters start at $2.50, with lamb and beef starting at $2.90. And yes, there is no pork on the menu at all – the restaurant is in the process of getting their halal certification – so you’re safe to jio your Muslim friends to eat here too.
The set meals also come in 100G and 200G serving options, so those with smaller appetites won’t accidentally over-order and waste food. Be sure to try out the four yummy sauces: House Special Yakiniku Tare, Spicy Yakiniku Tare, Miso Tare, and Negi Shio Tare.
Click for a full Yakiniku-GO review.
Address: 33 Sengkang West Avenue, #01-49 The Seletar Mall, Singapore 797653
Opening hours: 11AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 6242 5939
New cafes and restaurants to check out this month
From all the new dessert bar openings to the many affordable restaurants popping up in the heartlands, March has never been a better time to eat good and explore new dining spots. Westsiders especially have it a little better than others, with many more eateries opening in their hood. But don’t ever let distance stop you from trying out these new restaurants in Singapore.
From hearty brekkie sandwiches in the heartlands and authentic Peranakan dishes in town to futuristic bars and late-night gelato spots to finish the day off on a sweet note, there’s also something for every timing of the day.
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Cover image adapted from (L-R): @adlerpoh, Fat Belly, Rails Bar
20 Best Restaurants In Singapore
If you are dreaming of a foodie vacation (post COVID-19, of course), you can’t go past Singapore, which is often touted as the food superstar of South East Asia. From Hawker stalls to Michelin star restaurants, the food-obsessed city-state is packed with boundary-pushing eateries.
With that in mind, we have rounded up 20 of the best restaurants in Singapore. So whether you have a craving for Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Middle Eastern, or you’re looking for something unique, these top restaurants in Singapore will undoubtedly deliver a treat for your taste buds.
Pasta Bar – Pumpkin tortelli, fresh pasta, pumpkin filling
Pasta Bar is an intimate alcove that embodies Italy’s rich culinary history and pays homage to the country’s quintessential diet staple. The restaurant, which is anchored around an animated open kitchen and bar, offers up a selection of 11 different handmade pasta dishes, each prepared in a unique way to create distinctive variations in bite, shape and consistency. Highlights include the Mama’s Baked Pasta al Forno with smoked mozzarella, eggplant and prosciutto, and a melt-in-the-mouth Tortelli with pumpkin and sage.
55 KeongSaik Road, #01-05, Singapore 089158
Candlenut Malcolm Lee Head Chef and owner
Candlenut – Beef Rendang
Malcolm Lee, head chef and owner of Candlenut, specialises in Peranakan heritage cuisine with a modern approach. As the world’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, Candlenut seeks to serve Lee’s heritage through a menu of refined tastes and techniques. The restaurant’s signature blue swimmer crab curry with turmeric, galangal and kaffir lime leaf is deliciously rich and aromatic, while the beef rib rendang, a dry caramelised curry, is always a customer favourite.
17A Dempsey Road, Singapore 249676
Burnt Ends – Dave Pynt, owner, Chef
Burnt Ends – Smoked Pigeon
Opened in 2013 by Perth-born chef David Pynt and businessman LohLik Peng, Burnt Ends has established itself as one of Singapore’s most exciting places to dine. The modern barbecue restaurant is currently ranked #5 on the San Pellegrino Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants List and was awarded a Michelin star in 2018. Although the restaurant is prized for its quality cuts of meat, like the 75 day dry-agedWagyu,it also serves seafood and has a small menu of sides which includes smoked quail eggs with caviar, and leek with hazelnuts and brown butter.
20 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088391
Labyrinth – Chef Han (by Bing Blokbergen-Leow at Gastro-Sense)
Labyrinth – Grandma’s Fish Maw (by Bing Blokbergen-Leow at Gastro-Sense)
Helmed by chef Han Li Guang, Labyrinth is one Michelin-starred restaurant that showcases local Singaporean flavours and culture. The menu utilises 80% local produce, including homegrown meats and seafood, as well as vegetables and artisanal products from a roster of carefully sourced suppliers. Highlights include the braised baby abalone, which features an 80-year-old recipe for oyster sauce, and Grandma’s Fish Maw Soup, a mainstay of the chef’s weekly family dinner growing up.
Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue, #02-23, Singapore 039802
Blue Label Pizza & Wine
Blue Label Pizza
Blue Label Pizza – Making The Original Famous 5
With two locations in Singapore, Blue Label Pizza & Wine offers a modern take on the neighbourhood pizzeria. Alongside their acclaimed stone-fired pizza you’ll find a concise menu of salads and snacks, as well as a ‘70s and ‘80s rock playlist that has quickly become a hallmark of the Blue Label experience. Must try pizzas include Wish I Was A Baller (sliced steak, French’s mustard béchamel, roasted onions, mushrooms and provolone cheese), J-Dog (pork sausage, bacon, pepperoni, jalapeño and red sauce), Black Magic (green asparagus, black truffle cream, Iberian ham and manchego cheese) and The Original Famous pizza (five cheese blend, tomato and fresh basil).
28 Ann Siang Road, Basement 1, Singapore 069708 and 333A Orchard Road, #03-02 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
Fat Prince – Spring Pea Falafel
A vibrant modern Middle Eastern restaurant, Fat Prince was inspired by the streets and stories of today’s nomad. Using only the freshest regional ingredients and spices sourced directly from the Middle East, you can expect dishes such as brussels sprouts fattoush(served with cured pork belly, baby gem, sumac, tomato and pita pangrattato), pit-roasted lamb (served with zhoug, olive, dukkah, rocket and fried garlic), and crispy seabass (served with a zesty cured lemon mayo, cabbage and chili). The Fat Prince’s “koktail” programme is also a major drawcard, showcasing artisanal, innovative drinks that incorporate Middle Eastern flavours.
48 Peck Seah, #01-01, Singapore 079317
Famed for its charcoal-grilled New Zealand meats, WAKANUI Grill started its success story in Tokyo where it single-handedly changed the steak scene. Since opening its doors in Singapore, the restaurant has become a firm favourite among meat-eaters. Hero dishes include the New Zealand Ocean Beef and WAKANUI Spring Lamb, which are grilled over Japan-sourced Binchotan charcoal in the centrally placed, open kitchen. The restaurant also showcases a selection of New Zealand seafood such as Ora King salmon, New Zealand-sourced sashimi-quality fresh fish and green lip mussels.
5 Straits View, Marina One The Heart West Tower, #04-02, Singapore 018935
Luke’s Oyster Bar and Chop House
Luke’s Oyster Bar and Chop House – Veal Chop
Inspired by the timeless and sophisticated seafood houses of America’s Atlantic Coast, Luke’s Oyster Bar and Chop House is known for its selection of oysters, seafood, prime steaks and chops. The Travis Masiero owned joint has two locations across Singapore and has singlehandedly defined the quality dining experience. If you’re in the mood for meat, try the bone-in tenderloin au poivre or the milk-fed Dutch veal chop with anchovy marmite butter. However, the real highlight is a tray of Luke’s oysters, which are sourced from chef Masiero’s hometown of Boston – one of the finest sources of fresh oysters in the world.
22 Gemmill Lane, Singapore 069257 and 260 Orchard Road, #03-02, The Heeren, Singapore 238855
What started as a chance encounter between chef Rishi Naleendra and Gareth Burnett, Cloudstreet’s General Manager, resulted in a progressive yet sophisticated approach to gastronomy. Cloudstreet celebrates thoughtful and expressive dishes with tasting menus showcasing a culinary philosophy that seamlessly marries cultures and influences through ingredient-driven cuisine. Signature dishes include the venison tartare with fermented plum and cashew, and the Sri Lankan curry with Western Australian marron and aromatic coconut broth.
84 Amoy Street, Singapore 069903
Samy’s Curry Restaurant
Samy’s Curry Restaurant – Fish Head Curry
Founded by chef Veerasamy as a roadside stall on Tank Road back in the 1960’s, Samy’s is now a 300-seat restaurant at Dempsey Hill, which is almost always packed full. The family-run establishment is one of Singapore’s oldest South Indian restaurants and is celebrated for its signature fish head curry. Utilising secret recipes that consist of different spice blends, the restaurant is rooted in tradition and serves its much loved authentic Indian dishes on a banana leaf.
25 Dempsey Road, Singapore 249670
ESORA – Shigeru Koizumi
ESORA – Duck
Shigeru Koizumi is the head chef and owner of Esora, a modern Japanese kappo-style restaurant in collaboration with The Lo & Behold Group. Ushering in a fresh perspective on Japanese culinary culture, every aspect of Esora’s dining experience is thoroughly considered and personally curated by Koizumi himself, from the food right down to the specially sourced serve ware from Japan. One of the main highlights is the ŌmiWagyu, which is served with a seasonal garnish, fresh wasabi and aged akazu. Koizumi’s passion for tea also led him to curate a unique tea-pairing programme at Esora, the first of its kind in Singapore.
15 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238964
The English House
The English House
The English House
Founded by celebrated British chef and restaurateur, Marco Pierre White, The English House is an institution and a home for people who appreciate an antiquated era of classical food and drink. Inspired by colonial Singaporean heritage, the restaurant delivers modern British cuisine, focusing on authentic and generous renditions of English classics such as roasted pork belly with crackling, beef wellington, and even fish and chips. Although White’s version features a fried fillet of English turbot paired with beef fat chips, marrow fat peas and tartare sauce.
28 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore, 238972
Salted & Hung
Salted & Hung – Chef Drew Nocente
Salted & Hung
Salted & Hung is a contemporary Australian restaurant conceptualised with minimal waste in mind. At the core of their menu is the creative use of forgotten parts, from skin to bone and protein to innards. Helmed by chef Drew Nocente, who grew up on his family’s farm near Brisbane, the restaurant offers up dishes such as Support Local (local crayfish, preserved lemon risotto and essence), The Whole Fish (pearl grouper, bone crumb and charcoal) as well as Meat, Bone & Fire (dry-aged King Island rib eye, bone marrow and ash).
12 Purvis Street, Singapore 188591
Chef’s Table by Chef Stephan
Chef’s Table – Chef Stephan
Chef’s Table – Chocolate gateau Mandarin orange sorbet Salted caramel
Wouldn’t it be great to base your meal decisions on ingredients you enjoy, rather than ones you’d rather avoid? At Chef’s Table, guests do just that, with three omakase (a Japanese term meaning “I’ll leave it up to you”) menus that are made up solely of ingredients. The menus are based on 28 central ingredients and as such, there are no signature dishes, no repeats and no comparisons, just surprise after surprise. Opting for an intimate and interactive experience, chef Stephan and his fellow team not only whip up every meal, they also talk you through each dish as they prepare, make and serve it.
61 Tras Street, Singapore 079000
One of Singapore’s more traditional Spanish eateries, Binomio offers a lively tapas bar as well as an elegant fine-dining room. The menu includes popular, all-time Spanish favourites alongside a selection of special dishes and tapas that are designed by the chef on a daily basis. Highlights from the tapas bar menu include the chargrilled chorizo and melted manchego cheese, eggplant chips served with organic honey and pine nuts, grilled fresh razor clams cooked with white wine, and the chargrilled lamb chops served with figs and goat cheese.
20 Craig Road, #01-02, Singapore 089692
Mitzo is a first of its kind Chinese restaurant in Singapore, combining a contemporary take on Cantonese cuisine with an artisanal cocktail programme. The restaurant utilises innovative ingredients to create new flavours while retaining the familiarity and authenticity of Cantonese cooking. Highlights include the Mitzo premium steamed dim sum platter, black truffle crispy roast duck, steamed lobster with miso and ginger in superior soya, and the stir-fried Wagyu beef with black pepper and red wine.The main dining area is surrounded by windows offering natural daylight and is complemented by glass screens, a nod to the ubiquitous screens in Chinese culture.
Level 4 Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road, Singapore 238857
Butcher Boy – Fried Chicken Yuzu Kewpie Ba
Headed by chef-owner Andrew Walsh, Butcher Boy specialises in a mix of Asian-inspired small plates and slabs of grilled meat. Taking its name from Walsh’s favourite novel and movie, The Butcher Boy, the restaurant was designed to be a hideaway for guests to escape the bustle of city life while socialising over food and drink. Menu highlights include the Black Angus Tender Valley rib eye, cauliflower steak, crispy pork belly and Vietnamese-style grilled market fish. However, if you’re only going to eat one thing, make it the fried chicken bao with Yuzukoshō mayo.
31 KeongSaik Road, Singapore 089138
Cicheti – Margherita pizza
An independent venture by chef-owner Lim Yew Aun and his cousin, Liling Ong,
Cicheti (pronounced chee-keh-tee) melds traditional Italian heritage with distinct Mediterranean influences all within the walls of a cosy old shophouse on Kandahar Street. The menu is spearheaded by a selection of Naples-style pizzas, which are rolled out by hand behind a glass-encased kitchen, and perfectly cooked in a two-ton wood-fired oven imported from Italy. The Margherita and Pollo pizzas are both definitely worth a try. The hearty pastas are made-from-scratch and include spaghetti with tomato-based sauce and gnocchi with mushrooms and truffle ricotta.
52 Kandahar Street, Singapore 198901
Known as the go-to spot for authentic Greek cuisine in Singapore, Blu Kouzina started out as a small shophouse restaurant operating along Bukit Timah Road, but has since relocated to Dempsey Hill. The restaurant, which has expanded globally, has also introduced a retail and online grocery mart. All dishes at Blu Kouzina are prepared using organic extra virgin olive oil from their family-owned Olive Grove Estate in Messinia, Greece. The food is served from pasture to plate and comes from sustainable and organic sources, coupled with animal protein that is organic, pastured raised and grass-fed. Meze highlights include the lamb meatballs, spanakopita (pastry filled with spinach, leeks and feta) and talagani fries (fried halloumi with a side of pomegranate balsamic cream). For mains, you can’t beat the mousaka and meat platters.
10 Dempsey Road, Singapore 247700
The Coconut Club
The Coconut Club – Nasi Lemak
Specialising in nasi lemak (a Malaysian dish consisting of fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf) and cendol (an iced sweet dessert that contains droplets of green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup), the Coconut Club has become a favourite among locals and visitors alike. The 65-seat restaurant, which is always full and has queues outside, was awarded a spot on the Michelin Bib Gourmand list in 2018 and even welcomed Singapore Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong, who hosted Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte, there for a meal. According to the restaurant, the secret to their success is the coconuts they use, which are specially sourced from various parts of Malaysia. While their signature dish is the nasi lemak chicken leg set, the beef rendang also comes highly recommend.
28 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069708 ◼
14 Best Spots For Halal Breakfast In Singapore – Updated
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1. I am…
Editor’s Note: Photo taken from the establishment’s official social account
TGIF! I am… @ Haji Lane opens till 1 am on Fridays and Saturdays. Finding a place to chill with a group of friends? Look no further and spend your night with us!
Posted by I am on Sunday, April 21, 2019
I am… in one of the hippest spots ni Bugis. Located along the trendy Haji Lane, this Dutch-inspired halal restaurant serves mainly premium beef burgers that are charcoal-grilled, as well as the famous Dutch fries and mayonnaise. If you’re visiting this place for brunch, make sure that you get your hands on their Eggs Benedict, with selections like smoked salmon, portobello mushroom, and crab meat. This cool and vibrant Amsterdam-themed restaurant also offers a kids’ menu for your little ones to enjoy!
Address: 674 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188804
Website: I am…
Opening hours: Tue – Sun: 11am – 10pm (closed on Mon)
2. Dutch Colony Coffee Co.
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Posted by Dutch Colony Coffee Co. on Monday, June 1, 2015
Dutch Colony Coffee Co. is another one og Singapore’s trendiest places to eat that specializes in delicious, high-quality coffee. This cafe and coffee roaster offers a halal Western menu. If you’re looking for a great brunch spot in the hippest areas of the city-state, you can never go wrong with a delightful French toast or a heart turkey bacon sandwich here. Their food selection is a bit limited, but if you’re all about that premium coffee, there’s no place else you’d rather be.
Dutch Colony Coffee Co.
Address: 113 Frankel Ave, Singapore 458230
Website: Dutch Colony Coffee Co.
Opening hours: 8am – 6pm (daily)
3. Royz Et Vous
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Posted by Royz et Vous on Wednesday, June 17, 2015
If you’re craving for some gourmet food, consider trying the delicious fare at Royz et Vous Specialty Coffee. This Halal restaurant is Muslim-owned and is one of Singapore’s best spots for coffee. Not only do they specialize in serving quality roasts, their menu is something not to be missed too. Some of their best-selling, delectable dishes are rendang chicken lasagne, short ribs beef ragout, pan-seared barramundi, and AUS striploin steak. For handhelds, don’t miss out on the mac and cheese wagyu beef burger!
Royz Et Vous
Address: 137 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 068602
Website: Royz Et Vous
Opening hours: 12pm – 4pm, 5pm – 10pm (daily)
4. Limaa Cafe
Editor’s Note: Photo taken from the establishment’s official social account
Posted by Limaa on Wednesday, December 9, 2020
Looking for a healthy breakfast spot in Singapore? Check out Limaa Cafe on Haji Lane! This Muslim-owned restaurant sure is quaint and lovely and serves a superfood menu with organic ingredients. The dishes are made from scratch, guaranteeing you only the best and the freshest. The restaurant is owned by cousins Aidah and Zakiah, who are mothers keen on promoting healthy eating and the cafe itself aims to support mothers in any way. For a quick cool-off to fight the hot weather, try their Acai Smoothie Bowl!
Address: 390 Victoria St, #02-21, Singapore 188061
Website: Limaa Cafe
Opening hours: Tue – Thu: 9:30am – 5pm; Fri – Sun: 9:30am – 7pm (closed on Mon)
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Fika is a Swedish cafe, owned by a Swedish and Singaporean duo. They serve up traditional Swedish food to Singaporeans, which also happens to be halal. With warm wood and sleek furniture, the cafe certainly has a Scandinavian vibe to it. From seasonal dishes to pastries and coffee, they invite you to take a break and spend some time with friends. Their menu changes seasonally, but breakfast dishes include waffles and rye crispbread with various toppings. They’ve also got a great selection of coffees and teas to wake you up in the morning.
Address: 257 Beach Rd, Singapore 199539
Opening hours: Sun – Thurs: 11am – 10pm; Fri – Sat: 11am – 11pm
6. Penny University
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If your main priority at breakfast is a good cup of coffee, then you must try out Penny University. This artisanal cafe sources their beans from local roasters, so you’re sure to get an excellent cup of joe. They also serve up a nice range of breakfast dishes. If you want a large meal, go for something filling like the Full English platter. Lighter options include smoothie bowls and vanilla-infused yogurt. And of course, they’ve got plenty of cakes if you’d like something sweet with your coffee. Penny University is a Muslim-owned business, so you can be sure your meal will be halal.
Address: 402 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428997
Website: Penny University
Opening hours: Mon – Thu: 8:30am – 6pm; Fri – Sat: 8:30am – 10:30pm; Sun: 8:30am – 7pm
7. The Halia
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Haven’t found a good place for a halal brunch in Singapore yet? Ginger-lovers will feel right at home at Malia. Malia is actually Malay for ginger, and the restaurant is situated right in the middle of the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Ginger Garden. With full glass windows surrounding the restaurant, you’ll enjoy stunning views of the 250 ginger species planted outside. Many of their breakfast dishes feature, of course, the ginger! This includes the smashed avocado on sourdough and the chili crab eggs. They even have a coffee with ginger, cardamom, and cinnamon as some of its ingredients. On the weekends you can indulge in their brunch menu. Their menu is halal-certified and they offer plenty of options for the veggies out there too.
Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Garden, Singapore 259569
Website: The Halia
Opening hours: Mon – Thu: 9am – 9:30pm; Fri: 9am – 10pm; Sat: 10am – 10pm; Sun: 10am – 9:30pm
8. (working title) Burger Bar (from USD 14.0)
(working title) Burger Bar initially planned to serve up only breakfast and brunch, but before they knew it, they were dishing out burgers as well. But don’t let the fact that they focus on burgers put you off – they still serve up a mean breakfast complete with artisanal coffee. Enjoy classics like French toast or the American favorite chicken and waffles. With its modern decor and cool wall art, you can enjoy a delicious halal breakfast at this very Instagrammable cafe.
(working title) Burger Bar
Address: 783 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198751
Website: working title – Burger Bar
Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 12pm – 10pm; Sat: 10am – 11pm; Sun: 10am – 10pm
(working title) Burger Bar By The Black Hole Group at Bugis
9. The Bravery Cafe
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With rustic decor and soft lighting, the halal-friendly Bravery Cafe invites you to relax and enjoy some time chilling out with friends and family. This halal breakfast cafe in Singapore serves an all-day breakfast, where you can indulge in dishes like pancakes, guacamole and eggs, and an omelet. They also have an excellent coffee menu, including their specialty, the lavender latte.
The Bravery Cafe
Address: 66 Horne Rd, Singapore 209073
Website: The Bravery Cafe
Opening hours: Sun – Thu: 9am – 6pm; Fri – Sat: 9am – 10pm (closed on Tue)
10. The Malayan Council
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The Malayan Council is a Muslim-owned cafe specializing in halal-fusion dishes of Malaysian and western origin. With soft lighting and a quiet ambiance, guests are invited to relax and enjoy the food. Their brunch menu is served daily until 4 pm, so breakfast lovers can enjoy their favorites well into the day. Try the Malayan breakfast, which features sausage, bacon, and scrambled eggs with veggies, beans, and toast. You can also go for the eggs benedict. This halal breakfast place in Singapore also got a large selection of coffees to wake you up!
The Malayan Council
Address: 71 Bussorah St, Singapore 199484
Website: The Malayan Council
Opening hours: 11:30am – 11pm (daily)
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Located in the Grand Hyatt Singapore hotel, StraitsKitchen offers a halal-certified buffet. You can go for typical western breakfast foods like cereal, porridge, or pastries. Or go for something more savory, like the roti prata or mie goreng. This spot offers halal buffet breakfast in Singapore, and they also serve up tea and coffee and a variety of fruit juices.
Address: 10 Scotts Rd, Grand Hyatt Singapore, Singapore 228211
Opening hours: 6:30am – 10:30am, 12pm – 2:30pm, 6:30pm – 10:30pm (daily)
12. AJ Delights
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If you’re a fan of baked sweet goods, you must try out AJ Delights. It was started by two home bakers, who operate out of a stall in the Alexandra Food Village Centre. Each morning they serve up a selection of freshly baked muffins, and they’re all halal certified. They’ve got a variety of flavors, including walnut banana vanilla, cookies n creme, and raspberry streusel. One bite of these moist, soft muffins will have you craving for another!
Address: Blk 120, Bukit Merah Lane, #01-82, Alexandra Village Food Centre, Singapore 150120
Website: AJ Delights
Opening hours: Tue – Sat: 9am – 6:30pm (closed on Sun & Mon)
13. Flavour Flings
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Flavour Flings is an Instagram-worthy cafe known for shaking up Singapore’s breakfast scene. They created the nation’s first salted egg yolk croissant, and they’ve even got a croissant that is covered in melted Swiss raclette cheese. Talk about mouth-watering! You can also go for something a bit more standard like the turkey, ham and cheese croissant. All the ingredients they use to prepare their dishes are halal. For a unique and filling breakfast, this is the place to go.
Address: Blk, 121 Hougang Ave 1, Singapore 530121
Website: Flavour Flings
Opening hours: Thu – Mon: 11:30am – 4pm, 5:30 – 10pm; Wed: 5:30pm – 10pm (closed on Tue)
14. All Things Delicious
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All Things Delicious started out in its owner Mel’s small kitchen. With a hand mixer and some elbow grease, she started baking sweet treats. Now, she owns a bustling, halal-friendly dessert spot and cafe. If you fancy something more than a slice of cake, you can go for one of the all-day breakfast options. Their menu includes avocado on sourdough, shakshouka, and the hearty breakfast which includes eggs, chicken sausages, veggies, and toast. And of course, you can wash it down with a nice cup of coffee.
All Things Delicious
Address: 34 Arab St, Singapore 199733
Website: All Things Delicious
Opening hours: Tue – Sun: 8am – 7pm (closed on Mon)
Plenty of halal breakfasts in Singapore
With so many restaurants to choose from, it’s easy to find a halal breakfast in Singapore. Before heading out to see the city’s must-visit places, first treat yourself to a good meal. Whether you want something Scandinavian, American, or just want to focus on a good cup of coffee, there’s something for you. So hit that alarm clock and head out to your favorite breakfast spot!
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A Dining Guide to Tanjong Pagar, Singapore: Best Restaurants, Bars, and Cafes in the ‘Hood
PUBLISHED December 15th, 2020 10:00 am | UPDATED December 29th, 2020 12:19 pm
Tanjong Pagar has the best of both worlds. Whether you’re looking for fine dining restaurants and world class bars, or cheap happy hours and all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue, this F&B hotbed in the Central Business District has it all. If you haven’t been there lately because you’re still working from home, these are our essential foodie spots to check out:
This Michelin bib gourmand awarded steakhouse flies the French flag high with dry-aged beef and house-produced charcuterie, rillettes, and terrines. For a holistic experience of their culinary artistry, go for the Charcuterie Platter (S$58) and their dry-aged Tenderloin (S$42) or Beef Wellington (S$44) served with spinach, foie gras and red wine jus. You’ll find creative rum cocktails at its bar too.
Bar-Roque Grill is located at 165 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-00, Singapore 088539, p. +65 6444 9672. Open Tue – Fri, 12pm – 2.30pm and 6pm – 10.30pm, Sat 6pm – 10.30pm, and Sun 11am – 3.30pm and 5.30pm – 9.30pm. Closed Mon.
Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar
This modern izakaya serves up an extensive selection of Japanese fare with a Pan-Asian flair. You’ll find traditional Tonkotsu Ramen (S$12) here, alongside modern spins like Truffle Tonkotsu (S$18) and Uni & Chashu Tsukemen (S$18) with an uni dipping soup. For bar snacks (vino starts from S$10 a glass), check out the Wagyu Chips (S$8) and the four-culture fusional Unagi Tacos (S$15). See our review here.
Torasho is located at 32 Tras Street, Singapore 078972, p. +65 6970 5055. Open 12pm -3pm and 6pm – 10.30pm daily.
One of the most value-for-money sushi omakase available in Singapore, we don’t need to tell you that bookings at Ryo Sushi are essential. The 15-course lunch set goes for a jaw-dropping S$38, the 18-course at S$68 and the 18-course sea urchin menu for a mere S$98. Each set comes with seaweed salad, edamame, a truffled onsen egg, and a small chirashidon.
Ryo Sushi is located at 1 Tras Link, #01-06 Orchid Hotel, Singapore 078867, p. +65 6443 3463. Open Mon – Sat, 11.45 am – 2.45pm and 6pm – 10.30pm. Closed Sun.
Melding Japanese ingredients and Italian culinary classics with aplomb, the spirit of innovation is strong at Lukā. Aside from crowd pleasing starters like Burrata (S$25) with San Daniele ham and Uni Egg (S$13, two pieces), try the intriguing Shirasu Aglio E Olio (S$25) that incorporates whitebait, anchovies, bottarga garlic, ooba leaf, and yuzu. Their Wagyu cuts start from S$25 for 100g of skirt; don’t miss futon their wood fired pizzas either.
Lukā is located at 18 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088441, p. +65 6221 3988. Open Mon, 5pm – 10.30pm, Tue – Sun 12pm – 2.30pm and 5pm – 10.30pm.
If we would only choose one KBBQ place, Superstar K would be it (plus, the queue is way shorter than some of the other ones too). The Kimchi Stew (S$14) is divine, and we’re always tempted to order more of the Steam Egg (S$5), but save space for the marbled and juicy Seasoned King Beef Rib (S$39.90). All meats can be cooked and cut up before reaching the table so you barely have to lift a finger if that’s what you prefer.
Superstar K is located at 75 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088496, p. +65 6224 0504. Open Mon – Sun, 11.30am – 2am.
A paean to plants in every detail, Restaurant Euphoria is the newly launched platform for Gastro-Botanica – the culinary philosophy of the celebrated local chef Jason Tan – to shine. Look forward to My Favourite Vegetable, his signature dish of the Cévennes onion in four ways, and other delightful new creations in the six-course Secret Garden of Euphoria (S$208++) and eight-course Journey of Euphoria (S$258++). See our review here.
Restaurant Euphoria is located at 76 Tras St, Singapore 079015. Open Tues-Wed & Sat 6.30pm–11pm, Thurs-Fri 12pm–2.30pm and 6.30pm–11pm. Closed Sun & Mon.
This award-winning, vegetarian-friendly establishment by Chef Ryan Clift focuses on modern techniques, ingredients and textures, creating a dynamic dining experience. Between their lunch (S$110++) and dinner (S$190++, S$295++ with alcohol pairing) menus, expect unique plates like the Foie Gras Cheesecake with mandarin, Iranian pistachio, and yoghurt, and the Wagyu Tartare Taco with cumin ketchup.
Tippling Club is located at 38 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088461, p. +65 6475 2217. Open Mon – Tue, Thu – Fri, 12pm – 10.30pm, Sat 4pm – 10.30pm. Closed Sun and Wed.
Chef’s Table by Chef Stephan
No signature dishes, no repetition – this philosophy at Chef’s Table sees a whopping list of 28 ingredients on the degustation menu daily. Diners cross out produce they don’t like or don’t feel like having; what’s remaining then goes into a four-course (S$98++), six-course (S$128++), and eight-course (S$150++) meals by Chef Stephan and his team. The wine list is quite extensively curated as well. See our review here.
Chef’s Table by Chef Stephan is located at 61 Tras Street, Singapore 079000, p. +65 6224 4188. Open Tue – Thu, 6pm – 11.30pm, Fri 12pm – 2.30pm and 6pm – 11.30pm, Sat 6pm – 11.30pm. Closed Sun – Mon.
Gattopardo Ristorante di Mare
Punters will find Singapore’s only Sicilian seafood restaurant in Tanjong Pagar too, and Gattopardo Ristorante di Mare only the sustainable variety on their menu. Leave it up to the chefs with the Omakase (S$188++) or opt for the five-course Sicilian journey (S$118++) featuring the likes of Capesante (seared scallop with parsnip, smoked caviar) and Pesce al Sale, their signature salt baked fish. The wine list sees a variety of sustainable and organic Italian boutique labels.
Gattopardo Ristorante di Mare is located at 36 Tras Street, Singapore 078975, p. +65 6338 5498. Open Tue, 12pm – 2.30pm and 6.30pm – 10.30pm, Wed – Fri, 12pm – 2.30pm and 6.30pm – 10.30pm, Sat, 6.30pm – 10.30pm and Sun, 11.30am – 3.30pm. Closed Mon.
Helmed by Japanese Chef-Owner Seita Nakahara, this one Michelin-starred, Omakase-only restaurant puts forth the best of Japanese food culture and Italian cuisine. Priced from S$208++ per person, you’re in for beautifully presented delights like Deep Fried Amadai with bafun uni and cauliflower mousse, and Char Grilled Pyrenees Milk Lamb with risotto Milanese.
terra is located at 54 Tras Street, Singapore 078993, p. +65 9751 2145. Open Mon – Fri, 12pm – 2.30pm and 6.30pm – 10.30pm, and Sat, 6.30pm – 10.30pm. Closed Sun.
Dealing in Spanish-influenced omakase style dining, a five-course omakase will set you back S$158++. But if you have your eye on Bam!’s list extensive collection of wine, sake, and other libations, there’s an a la carte tapas menu to go with it. Think Sakura Ebi Spanish Fritters (S$9, two pieces) and French Onion Soup (S$14) alongside Braised Inaniwa Udon (S$28) with nameko mushrooms.
Bam! Restaurant is located at 38 Tras Street, Singapore 078977, +65 6226 0500. Open Mon, 6pm – 10.30pm, Tue – Fri, 12 pm – 2pm and 6pm – 10.30pm, and Sat, 6pm – 10.30pm. Closed Sun.
Jigger & Pony
Asia’s best bar and ranked ninth at The World’s 50 Best Bars this year, Jigger & Pony delves deep into their craft – there’s much to learn and discover with each new issue of their magazine-styled menu. All 24 cocktails are priced at S$25 across the board since each is crafted with equal dedication; be it the Whisky Highball that sees two types of Japanese whisky and Hokkaido super soft water or the spirit forward Cocoa Barrel Chancellor with dark rum, cocoa nib distillate, port reduction, and beetroot. They’ve just released their new line of bottled cocktails PONY too (shop here).
Jigger & Pony is located at 165 Tanjong Pagar Road, Amara Hotel, Singapore 088539, p. +65 9621 1074. Open Tue – Sun, 4pm – 10.30pm. Closed Mon.
Revamp Cocktail Bar
Revamp is all about decadent cocktails and signatures. Expect innovative techniques, fresh ingredients and meticulousness from this bar. Their classic cocktails are truly droolworthy – Blood & Sand (S$18), named after Rudolph Valentino’s 1922 bullfighter movie, is a combination of Monkey Shoulder whiskey, Cinzanno Rosso, cherry liqueur and orange. Their signature Chai, Pear Cooler (S$20) is a unique blend of Monkey Shoulder, Chai Pear Shrub, lemonade and ginger beer. They even have a drink guide on their menu, which shows their attention to detail. See our review here.
Revamp Cocktail Bar is located at 61 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088482, p. +65 9050 5303. Open Mon – Sat, 11am – 10.30pm. Closed Sun.
Five Oars Coffee Roasters
Inspired by the industrial coffee shops and caffeine culture of Melbourne, Five Oars is a fail-safe brunch option in the neighbourhood (be prepared to queue on weekends). Their Sea-Salt Ricotta Avocado Toast (S$16) is a crowd-pleasing combination of guacamole, ricotta, poached eggs, roasted tomato and dukkah on sourdough. Equally popular is their Five Oars Waffles (S$16) topped with espresso caramel sauce, cacao nibs, espresso almond brittle and vanilla ice cream.
Five Oars Coffee Roasters is located at 39 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088462, p. +65 8784 2686. Open Mon – Sun, 8am – 8pm.
If you love your white coffee extra creamy and velvety, Baristart is the place to go. Using premium imported Hokkaido milk from Brown Jersey Cows, beverage options range from coffee classics like a Latte (S$6.70) or sweeter with the likes of Brown Sugar Boba (S$8.50). The same dairy products are also used in their food menu; give their Hokkaido Carbonara (S$17.80) with bacon a try.
Baristart is located at 65 Tras Street, Singapore 079004. Open Mon – Sun, 9am – 9pm.
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Working with her husband Virgilio Martínez at their restaurant Central in Lima, Pía León may just be the most famous chef you’ve never heard of. She’s spent the last decade traversing Peru’s mountains, valleys and rivers sourcing ingredients such as Amazonian pacay (ice-cream bean) for the Mater Elevations menu at Central, ranked number six in the World’s 50 Best list. But, this year – following the launch of Mil, the couple’s ambitious Andean project, 3,500 metres above sea level, as well as the relocation of Central to Lima’s hipster Barranco district – León has opened her first solo joint: Kjolle (pronounced coy-yay).
Where Central focuses on ecosystems on an altitude-by-altitude basis, here León is plating Peru her way. Her monthly-changing eight-step tasting menu fuses ingredients from all over the country, matching the Amazon jungle with the Andean high plateau. Pato curado – duck tartare – stars Pacific baby squid, crunchy onion rings and kañihua, an Andean cereal, while Muchos Tubérculos is a vibrant tart tribute to Peru’s 4,000 root vegetables. The indidivual dishes on the tasting menu can also be ordered as larger sharing platters.
This new Barranco hub is home to a cocktail bar, Mayo, too, as well as the HQ of the couple’s biological and cultural research arm, Mater Iniciativa. Some flavours will tickle taste buds for the first time, such as black mashua – a wrinkled black tuber that tastes like fermented corn juice. ‘Mater does its work, then I do mine,’ explains León. Finally, Peru’s best female chef has taken centre stage. By Sorrel Moseley-Williams
Address: Kjolle, Avenue Pedro de Osma 301, Barranco, Lima, Peru
Telephone: +51 977 476 408
Virgilio Martínez’s new restaurant: Mil, Peru
Food Capital Restaurant | Best Hotel Buffet in Singapore
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In view of current guidelines from the Singapore government, dine-in services is available from 10th August with no more than 5 people per table (fully vaccinated individuals). Takeaways and delivery orders are still available. We have also stepped up our precautionary measures by maximizing contactless experience in our F&B outlets. We thank you for your support and look forward to welcoming you again.
A trendy and spacious buffet restaurant by the riverside for you and your loved ones to feast on indulgent delights.
Gather your friends and loved ones and indulge in a feast by the riverside at Food Capital. Think hearty Kebabs hot off the grill, exotic creations packed with flavorful spices, unique dessert and sweets, local delights and a touch of luxe with Boston Lobsters.(weekend dinner only).
Featured in the International buffet concept by Food Capital are flavor-packed creations from Chef Max’s Signature Claypot including Oyster, Pork Belly & Enoki Mushroom with Asian Spice, Braised Sea Cucumber with Mushroom and Baby Cabbage (weekends only) and more. Indulge in spiced delights such as like Lamb Kebab, King Prawn Kastoori Jhinga, Red Snapper Hariyali Mahi Tikka. For the beef lovers, a highlight not to be missed would be the Sizzling Grass-fed Angus Beef with Black Pepper Sauce. Other crowd favourites are also not forgotten in this buffet spread – Sashimi, Seafood on Ice, Signature Laksa, Ricotta and Spinach Tortellini, Candy Floss served with Greek Yoghurt Ice Cream and more.
*Buffet menus are subject to changes, 1 serving of half-cut Boston lobster is available for Dinner only, Chicken Shawarma is available for Dinner and Weekends Lunch only, Braised Sea Cucumber with Mushroom and Baby Cabbage is available for Weekends Dinner only.
Millennium Hotels & Resorts proudly commits to sustainability efforts at this venue as we have eliminated the use of plastic straws and replaced them with alternative sustainable options and we do not offer shark’s fin soup. We thank you for your support in helping us to protect the environment.
Order Food & Beverages Online – For delivery of your food items and beverages, please place your order first using our online service and then call the restaurant directly to arrange delivery (Additional fees may apply).
Millennium Hotels & Resorts proudly commits to the following at this venue as part of our sustainability efforts:
* We have eliminated the use of plastic straws and replaced them with alternative sustainable options.
* We do not offer shark’s fin soup.
We thank you for your support in helping us to protect the environment.
19 unique dining experiences in Singapore that are great for special dates and memorable gatherings
Whether you’re a foodie looking for a new place that offers a unique dining experience or planning for a date that your partner will remember forever – you’re in the right article. Forget about run-of-the-mill restaurants and diners, these are the most unique restaurants you’re going to find in Singapore and believe us – they’ll be memorable.
1. Punggol East Container Park Eateries
One of the trendiest markets has launched in Singapore but in the container park series! Think of it as Artbox in Bangkok but on a smaller yet aesthetically pleasing scale. Stroll along to the containers and slowly decide your pick for a meal with many of its vendors.
Have your pick on a total of seven eateries, Pump Station 1965, Big Fish Small Fish, Seoul Good, L’Chaim Bistro, D’Grill, Leung Kee Healthy Dessert, and Boost @ Banks!
The Punggol East Container Park Eateries is situated at 50 Punggol E, Singapore 828824. They are open daily from 12pm till 1am.
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2. The Reading Room – Permanently Closed
Step into the world of literacy over at The Reading Room! The cafe walls are actually build-in bookshelves so grab your pick for the afternoon or spend the day with your friends deciding which coffee to get under their many types of coffee listed in their menu. It is a great place to chill or to kick start your productivity if you are looking for something more than just a co-working space.
Recommended dishes from their menus are their Norwegian Royale, which comes with a generous smoked salmon, french-style scrambled eggs, arugula, french butter on two delicious french toasts, Lobster Pasta in Creamy Tarragon, this is served with a whole fresh Maine lobster tail with cream, tomato, onion, garlic, and tarragon.
Head down to The Reading Room now at 19 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089833. They are opened from Sunday to Wednesday from 11am till 1130pm while from Thursday to Saturday, it opens at 11am till 1.30am.
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Let’s go back in time with Overeasy with their perfect retro theme of an adorable Brooklyn diner. The cafe outdid themselves with classic finishings and types of furniture. To top it all off, the amazing view of Marina Bay you get to fawn over while having your meal!
Overeasy does their cocktails and milkshakes incredibly well. Many are also obsessed with Spicy Buffalo Wings, Beer Can Chicken and Good Ol’ Fashioned Mac & Cheese.
Visit Overeasy at their two locations, 1 Fullerton Road, #01-06, Singapore 049213 and 541 Orchard Road, #01-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881. The Fullerton outlet is open from Monday and Tuesday, 1130am – 11pm, Wednesday to Saturday, 1130am – 1pm and Sunday, 11am – 11pm. The Orchard outlet is open from Monday to Thursday, 3pm – 11pm, Friday, 12pm – 1am, Saturday, 10am – 11pm and Sunday, 10am – 10pm.
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4. The White Rabbit
Can’t get enough of Alice in the Wonderland? Transport yourself to the magical dimension of The White Rabbit. The restaurant is converted from an old chapel, and has retained its beautiful stained glass, which makes it a beautiful spot to host private events and weddings too!
They offer classic European recipes infused with Asian elements, some of the featured dishes include Salad Niçoise, which consisting of tomatoes, French beans, soft boiled eggs sashimi-grade tuna slices and vinaigrette dressing, Seared Bay Scallops, decked out in cauliflower puree, pan jus, and capers, and finally, an Italian version of Seabass en Papillote.
The White Rabbit is located at 39C Harding Rd, Singapore 249541. They are open everyday, except Monday, from 11.45am to 10.30pm.
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5. Ocean Restaurant
Dine with a different kind of view, yes, we are talking about the underwater kind! Suited for all occasions, Ocean Restaurant is the only restaurant in Southeast Asia to offer an underwater aquarium dining experience.
Be mesmerised with marine life as you enjoy the fine dining Californian-Mediterranean cuisine that was designed by America’s first female Iron Chef Cat Cora. Their signature dishes include Sous-vide Salmon, Crispy Skin Barramundi and Maine Lobster.
Check out the Ocean Restaurant at 22 Sentosa Gateway, S.E.A. Aquarium, #B1-455, & 456, Singapore 098136. They are opened daily; Lunch runs from 1130am to 230pm while Dinner starts at 6pm till 10pm.
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You definitely do not want to give this a miss with this one-of-a-kind dining experience where you feast while a live theatre performance is happening all around you!
The restaurant is always improving and innovating their plays so you can return for new experiences. While enjoying the theatrics around you, indulge in a four-course meal. If you ask us, this is definitely one of the most unique restaurants in Singapore that gives you a special dining experience.
Previous menus include drumsticks paired with couscous salad and cod infused with thyme and a creamy pea sauce. Yum!
ANDSOFORTH‘s location varies, they will text you the address 24 hours before your reservation.
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Challenge your senses when you lose your sight for the night at NOX – Dine in the Dark. You will be in safe hands as there will be guidance offered by the visually impaired staff who have gone through professional training to carry out their duties as well as help to reassure the sighted guests in order for them to have a pleasant experience in total darkness.
Their menu also consists of 12 unique dishes that spans over three-courses for your tasting pleasures.
Pay a visit to NOX at 269 Beach Road, Singapore 199546. They are open everyday from 6pm onwards.
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8. Kafe Utu
Immerse yourself with a rich culture like the African heritage presented in Kafe Utu. The cafe operates as an eatery, lounge, and bar by night. They offer African cuisine, specialty coffee beverages, and also other diverse dishes from all around the world. Besides that, the cafe is beautifully designed so get ready for your cameras!
For the adventurous, Swahili Fish Curry is highly recommended. It consists of red snapper, coconut milk, tamarind, habanero, coconut rice, and house curry paste. For something more familiar and safe, you can never go wrong with Ricotta Hotcakes!
Check out Kafe Utu at 12 Jiak Chuan Road, Singapore 089265. They are open for brunch and lunch from 10am to 5pm from Wednesday to Friday while on Saturday and Sunday, it opens earlier from 9am till 5pm. The Lounge is open on Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday from 6pm to 11pm while on Friday and Saturday, it opens at 6pm to 1pm.
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9. Sum Yi Tai – Permanently Closed
Sum Yi Tai pays tribute to glamorous Hong Kong in the 1980s. The name of the restaurant is translated as “the third wife” in English. The interior of the club stays true to its theme by having mahjong walls, dimmed red lanterns in the midst of having Canto-pop music pumping through the speakers. They also have a back room cocktail lounge, a private karaoke room as well as a rooftop bar!
When dining here, try the Chilled Jelly Fish with Citrus Dressing, a light dish to refresh your palate, a Double Boiled Black Chicken with Chinese Herbs which will remind you of home and familiarity and Wok Fried Sweet Sour Pork with Lychee, a popular local dish with a fruity twist!
Sum Yi Tai is located at 25 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069622. They are opened from Monday to Saturday from 11.30am till 2.30pm and from 5pm to 1am.
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10. Knots Cafe & Living
Knots Cafe & Living is an eatery, does flower arrangements, and here’s the coolest part – they sell furniture too! Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, it is also one of the most special dining experiences in SIngapore to try out.
Here are some of the crowd’s favourite dishes from their menu, firstly, Scrambled Eggs in Croissant, a light meal of flaky and buttery croissant, a hearty scrambled egg and mixed greens. Secondly, the Coriander Prawn Pasta served four juicy prawns, tossed with asparagus, coriander, and garlic butter sauce.
You can find Knots Cafe & Living at #01-07, 160 Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 409022. From Tuesday to Thursday and Sunday too, they are opened from 9am to 9pm while on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, they start at 9am and close at 10pm.
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Get your frequent dosage of vitamin D right here at Coastes! Dive into the restaurant’s generous western cuisine such as a juicy burger, delicious pasta, tasty pizza etc as you seize the opportunity of watching the seafront views with the slight breeze on your face. Towards the night, treat yourself with some of their premium beers and house pour spirits.
Coastes is situated at 50 Siloso Beach Walk Singapore 099000. They are open daily from 9am to 11pm while on Friday and Saturday, it opens at 9am till 1am.
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12. Central Perk
To our Friends‘ enthusiasts, yes, this is the cafe of your dreams! Chill along with your real friends in this decked-out cafe that’s furnished with iconic furniture such as the neon lights, orange sofa, green sofa, and the brick walls. They even have the stage all fans know, so step right up and sing till your heart’s content. In another corner of the cafe, you can find Monica’s kitchen decorated with real food ingredients, which can make for the perfect Instagram photo.
A couple of recommended signatures to try are Oh My God Baby Back Ribs, featuring a medium iberico pork and Joey’s Fisherman Stew, a favourite for seafood lovers, it contains mussels, clams, octopus, salmon, and prawns. Our mouths are watering already!
You can find Central Perk at 1 Magazine Road, Central Mall, #01-01, Singapore, 059567. They are opened every day from 11am till 11pm.
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13. Smith Marine – Pulau Ubin
This is where you can fish and decide how you’d like your catch of the day to be served. Then, enjoy the fruit of your labour with a delectable meal while enjoying the amazing sea view. Other hot favourites to go with your catch include Cereal Prawns, Sambal Kangkong, and Hot Pot Oyster Omelette.
You can find Smith Marine – Pulau Ubin at Johor Strait. They are open daily from 10am to 8pm.
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14. Prawning @ ORTO
Looking for a late-night food adventure? Visit the largest prawning facility in Singapore and try your luck in hooking onto big head prawns or yabbies for your supper! A perfect bonding activity for you and your loved ones.
Visit Prawning @ ORTO at #01-09, 81 Lorong Chencharu, Singapore 769198. They are open e24 hours daily.
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This Japanese restaurant is designed like the interior of an airplane cabin. To add character to their story, the staff are even dressed in cabin crew uniforms!
Sushi Airways’ seafood is specially flown by almost four times a week, providing their passengers the freshest sushi and sashimi. If you are feeling a little adventurous, you can opt for the Omakase (Translation from Japanese: “I will leave it to you.”) degustation menu which is based on seasonal delicacies of that week.
Sushi Airways is located at 20a Baghdad Street, Singapore 199659. They are open daily, lunch runs from 12pm to 230pm and dinner starts from 6pm to 930pm.
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16. The Royal Albatross
Treat yourself to a luxurious night out at The Royal Albatross. Dining out here will be extra special as the ship will sail along to parts of Singapore while you are enjoying your meal with your significant other. Yes, a unique “restaurant” in Singapore, for sure.
You can pick between a Sunset Sail at SGD135 or a Dinner Cruise at SGD195. Some mains include pan-seared halibut fish with savoury mash and delicious lamb leg with rosemary sauce!
The Royal Albatross is located at 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269. They are open every day; the sunset sail will start from 4pm till 7pm while the dinner cruise starts from 6.30pm to 12am.
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17. Prima Tower – Permanently Closed
Prima Tower is one of the two remaining revolving restaurants in Singapore, and was first launched in 1977. This is a perfect spot for family gatherings, and many diners love how they can spot different landmarks as the restaurant slowly rotates!
Dig into local loved dishes such as xiao long bao, char siew bao, and their recommended dish – Peking Duck. This is served as a crunchy roast duck skin wrapped in fluffy Chinese pancake.
Prima Tower is situated at 201 Keppel Road Singapore 099419. The opening hours for lunch are 11am to 2.30pm from Monday to Saturday except for Sunday where they will start lunch at 10.30am instead till 2.30pm while the dinner starts at 6.30pm to 10.30pm every day.
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18. The Screening Room
Located right at the heart of Chinatown, The Screening Room is one of the best unique places to unwind. Besides running a rooftop bar that offers an amazing view of the night lights, customers have the choice of also dining comfortably in their screening room that runs classic movies.
The Screening Room is located at 12 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069692. Their movie screening timings are from 7pm to 930pm, Monday to Thursday while on Friday and Saturday, it runs from 830pm onwards. Their rooftop bar is open from 530pm onwards from Monday to Thursday, and from 5pm till late on Fridays and Saturdays.
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90,000 Singapore’s finest restaurants and dining spots
Cosmopolitan Singapore is a vibrant mixture of cultures, traditions and peoples whose ancestors came here from different parts of the world. That is why the cuisine of this city is so varied. This vibrant metropolis is literally overflowing with tastes and smells. Check out the best restaurants in Singapore and enjoy some real culinary delights!
Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore
The majority of Singapore’s population are ethnic Chinese.So it’s no surprise that some of the city’s best restaurants are Chinese. Here you can taste dishes prepared according to traditional recipes, get acquainted with regional cuisine, and surprise yourself with unusual combinations of flavors in establishments with a modern twist on fusion.
Wah Lok , located just off Victoria Street, serves Cantonese cuisine including dim sum. The lunch and dinner menus are specialties with regional flavors.The dining area of the establishment resembles a traditional Chinese courtyard. Restaurant Wah Lok is located in the 5-star Carleton Hotel Singapore , where guests can use a variety of services: fitness center, sauna, outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi in all rooms.
The menu of the famous Chinese restaurant – Min Jiang – consists of Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine.In addition to delicious dim sum, here you can order delicious dishes in a beautiful presentation. Not far from the establishment is the 5-star Goodwood Park Hotel with a fitness center and outdoor pool. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and airport transfers.
When visiting Singapore, be sure to visit Summer Pavilion located at Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore .The Michelin-awarded establishment serves Cantonese and international cuisine. On the lunch menu you will find traditional dim sum, abalone, dumplings with mushrooms. Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore offers rooms with bay views and free Wi-Fi.
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Best Italian Restaurants in Singapore
People from all over the world have moved over the centuries Singapore bringing their culinary traditions.Italians are no exception. There are quite a few Italian restaurants in this city. Local chefs manage to add their own flavor to traditional dishes such as pizza and pasta. Explore some of the finest Italian restaurants in Singapore.
Take a look at Cicheti , located in Chinatown at 10 Jiak Chuan Road. Inspired by the flavors of Italy, the menu of this delightful establishment is compiled by a local chef and features light snacks and homemade pasta.Not far from the restaurant is the 3.5-star hotel 1888 Collection . Its undoubted advantages are its convenient location and a wide range of amenities for guests: from air conditioning in rooms to free Wi-Fi. Hotel address: 20 Trengganu Street.
Lively Italian restaurant Dolce Vita is located in Singapore Marina Bay at 5 Raffles Avenue. This establishment serves authentic Italian delicacies.Taste the chef’s signature dish made with Buffalo Mozzarella, sourced in Southern Italy. The dining area offers serene pool views. We advise you to stay nearby – at the 5-star Marina Mandarin Singapore Hotel , which is located in the Marina Square shopping complex. It offers a sauna, outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi in all rooms.
Best Indian Restaurants in Singapore
Spicy and tangy Indian cuisine can be found all over the world.But it is in Singapore that Indian restaurants are especially good. You can find them all over the city. Visit places with the best Indian cuisine, some of which we will tell you about right now.
Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine
Despite its modest appearance, Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine is known throughout the city for its amazingly delicious food. Chicken in a creamy tomato sauce and other North Indian dishes emanating from this small establishment can be smelled almost throughout the area of Little India . Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine is conveniently located at 34 Race Course Road. Next door is the cute Vintage Inn Singapore capsule hotel with free Wi-Fi and daily housekeeping services.
Yantra is a luxurious restaurant with a menu of northern Indian dishes. The dining area features a discreet ambience and space for special events and private parties. Yantra is located inside Tanglin Mall at 163 Tanglin Road. There is also a 4-star hotel Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore by Shangri-La with an outdoor pool, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi in all rooms.
Take a look at one of the Punjab Grill restaurants for an extensive gastronomic map of India, where you will find regional dishes based on traditional recipes from almost every corner of this vast country.The most conveniently located branch Punjab Grill is located in Marina Bay , which is also known for its excellent hotels. One, Peninsula Excelsior Hotel , offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool.
Best Fish Restaurants in Singapore
Singapore is located on an island and is surrounded by the sea on all sides. Therefore, it is not surprising that this city is distinguished by an abundance of delicious fish and seafood, which can be tasted in numerous restaurants specializing in seafood.
Cajun on Wheels, Plaza Singapura
Check out Cajun on Wheels, Plaza Singapura , a certified halal Louisiana-style seafood diner. Great-tasting dishes are prepared in the usual shopping center Plaza Singapura . Nearby is the charming RedDoorz Plus Victoria , which offers air-conditioned rooms with Wi-Fi and airport transfers.
A visit to Dancing Crab at VivoCity is an unforgettable experience. The usually crowded establishment is famous for music, dancing and Boston lobster, which, like other seafood dishes, is served here in American and Singaporean style. Dancing Crab is a must-see item on the list of attractions for any visitor to Singapore. Stay next door at the 4-star Travelodge Harbourfront Singapore with a fitness center and outdoor pool.All Travelodge Harbourfront Singapore rooms are air conditioned and have free Wi-Fi.
Long Beach DEMPSEY
Don’t miss the critically acclaimed restaurant Long Beach DEMPSEY for the legendary crab in hot chili sauce. This famous seafood restaurant is located at 25 Dempsey Road. Nearby, the 5-star hotel Regent Singapore offers an outdoor pool and rooms with free Wi-Fi.
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Best Sushi in Singapore
Multinational Singapore has long become one of the main gastronomic centers around the world. The variety of flavors, smells and cuisines here feel like nowhere else in Asia, and between the Chinese and Indian restaurants in this city, you can easily find establishments that prepare great Japanese sushi.
One of the oldest Japanese restaurants in the city – Nogawa – known for its freshest sushi.The complex lunch of the institution consists of a full set of freshly prepared sushi. Just a short walk from the restaurant is the 4-star Jen Orchardgateway Singapore by Shangri-La . In addition to the outdoor pool, guests are attracted by the convenient location close to public transport links.
The relaxed atmosphere of the restaurant Hokkaido Sushi is comfortable and cozy for everyone. A sushi buffet is served in its dining room with wooden furnishings.Restaurant Hokkaido Sushi is located at Anson Road, 81, in the building of the 4-star M Hotel Singapore with a fitness center and outdoor pool.
Japanese restaurant Mikuni is a great choice for sushi lovers. The establishment has three zones: one for teppanyaki, another for robata, and the third for sushi itself. Stay nearby at the 4-star Mercure Singapore Bugis with an outdoor pool.It offers free Wi-Fi in all rooms and an airport shuttle.
Where to stay and what to visit
Check In to InterContinental Singapore , a 5-star hotel with a fitness center, outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi in all rooms. Travel to Kampong Glam and visit Sushi Airways , which has an aviation-style interior. Here you can taste sushi, the taste of which is always “at its best”.
Where to stay and what to visit
Check In to the Meriton Hotel , a 2-star hotel located in Little India, 43A Jalan Besar. Its rooms are equipped with air conditioning and Wi-Fi. The hotel is within walking distance of Jalan Besar Metro Station , providing guests with quick and convenient access to any part of the city. Head to Nox – Dine in the Dark , a quirky establishment offering a three-course set dinner in total darkness.
Where to stay and what to visit
Check In to The Westin Singapore, a 5-star hotel with a fitness center and spa and free Wi-Fi in all rooms. Head to the unique floating restaurant Stewords Riverboat , which consists of two establishments: Mexican Grill Bar Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill and gastropub Wood & Steel . In fine weather, guests can stay on top of the three-deck river boat.The ship only looks real and ready to go on a river trip. In fact, it is used exclusively as a restaurant where guests can enjoy delicious dishes accompanied by a gentle sea breeze.
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Singapore hotels with beautiful city views
Singapore is rich in vista hotels from the windows of the rooms which overlook the city landscape or the sea coast.Many hotels are located in skyscrapers and offer rooms with large panoramic windows and floor-to-ceiling windows. In addition to the views from the rooms, you can enjoy a beautiful view of this modern city in the view restaurants and lounges of hotels.
Insufficiently cozy beach in the city is compensated by a large number of hotels with their own outdoor swimming pools. In which you can also enjoy the scenery of Singapore.
Marina Bay Sands
Location: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay, 018956 Singapore, Singapore.The hotel has direct access to Singapore’s largest shopping mall and the Future World Museum of Art and Science. Marina Bay Sands Hotel is located next to Bayfront MRT Station, steps from the bustling Central Business District. The hotel is conveniently connected by gardens to Gardens by the Bay, 950 meters away, while Marina Barrage is 2.1 km away. Marina Square Mall and Millenia Walk Mall are 1.4 km from the hotel, while Changi Airport is 20.2 km away.
Guest Services: This famous hotel overlooks the bay.It features the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, 20 restaurants and bars and world-class casinos. Rooms at Marina Bay Sands are modernly decorated with dark woods and carpeted floors. Rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels, including CCTV4. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the Singapore skyline. All rooms have slippers and an electric kettle with Grand Jasmine tea. The private bathroom comes with a shower and free toiletries.
The 24-hour front desk provides currency exchange, tour desk and luggage storage services. The rooftop infinity pool and Sands SkyPark on the 58th floor offer breathtaking city views. Relaxing massages are available at the world famous Banyan Tree Spa. The staff speaks English and Chinese. The hotel has several gourmet restaurants under the guidance of renowned chefs: Wolfgang Puck at CUT, Gordon Ramsay at Bread Street Kitchen and David Thompson at Long Chim.Guests can visit the dance club and relax in any of the hotel’s 3 lounges. There are also restaurants serving Asian cuisine.
What hotel guests like: Swimming pool! Views! Location! Staff and service! Luxurious room with a balcony. Absolutely happy with my visit and stay at Marina Bay Sands ❤️
Being in Singapore and not staying at this hotel means not seeing Singapore. The best. I highly recommend visiting the buffet. Was at lunch, the best buffet, worth all the money.Also with a bonus card marina Bay Sands you can get a discount from 10% to 30%. Rise is the name of the buffet. A delicious birthday cake was brought in.
Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena
Location: 99 Irrawaddy Road, Novena, 329568 Singapore, Singapore. Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena is located in the heart of Novena. It is 250 meters from Piazza 2 and 600 meters from Piazza Velocity @ Novena. The nearest metro station, Novena metro station, is 400 meters away.From here you can catch the underground to United Square Shopping Center. The lively shopping area of Orchard Road is 15 minutes’ drive away. Changi International Airport is 25 km away.
Guest Services: Rooms with views of the Singapore skyline. It features an infinity pool. Guests can dine at the hotel’s restaurant or have a drink at the rooftop bar. Air-conditioned rooms come with a 49-inch HDTV and floor-to-ceiling windows with city views.The bathrooms have a shower, cosmetic mirrors, hairdryer and free toiletries.
The 24-hour front desk offers currency exchange, concierge services and luggage storage. Guests can exercise at the 24-hour fitness center located on the 33rd floor. The Sky22 Restaurant serves international and local cuisine, while the Lobby Lounge offers light snacks. The Urbana Rooftop Bar offers alcoholic and other drinks.
What hotel guests like: Swimming pool, staff, comfortable beds, room. Walking distance to shops where you can buy everything you need.
The location is right above Novena MRT Station, making travel in Singapore very easy. The views from the rooms are stunning whether you are facing the harbor / financial district or the green area of the reservoir to the north. The breakfast buffet was a real surprise, offering everything from scrambled eggs to Asian standards like nasi goreng and decoction.We especially liked the rooftop infinity pool for great views and easy access.
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach
Location: 30 Beach Road, City Hall, 189763 Singapore, Singapore. JW Marriott Singapore South Beach is connected to the Singapore Suntec Convention and Exhibition Center by an elevated bridge. It is 180 meters from Esplanade MRT Station and 500 meters from City Hall MRT Station. The CBD is a 15-minute drive away.The National Gallery of Singapore is 750 meters from JW Marriott Singapore South Beach. The Singapore Ferris Wheel, Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Gardens by the Bay are just 1.8 km from the hotel. Changi International Airport is 18.8 km away.
Guest Services: JW Marriott Singapore South Beach has a modern, original design. It offers modern accommodation located in the heart of Singapore’s artistic and cultural district.It features 2 rooftop gardens, 2 swimming pools and a fitness center for all guests.
Guests are accommodated in stylish rooms with high ceilings and an original table. Rooms are equipped with LED lights with USB ports for charging devices. All rooms include tea making facilities, a minibar, bathrobes and slippers. Some rooms have a small sofa and a facial steam bath. The private bathroom includes a modern automatic toilet, electronic bidet, designer deep soaking bathtub and separate rain shower.
The restaurant serves a variety of dishes throughout the day, while the 3 bars offer cocktails. Dry cleaning, currency exchange and 24-hour room service are available. It offers meeting rooms, a multi-level banquet hall and a multifunctional amphitheater in the listed buildings. Most rooms have access to the Executive Club Lounge with computers and meeting rooms. There is a shopping arcade on the territory of the hotel.
What hotel guests love: Stunning architecture, perfect location and great staff!
There is a hop on, hop off station nearby, double-decker buses and floating buses. You can buy a ticket for one day and see everything around. The station is across the street from the hotel. The hotel is beautiful with great views and great service. WC with control panel 🙂
Early check-in at no extra charge. We arrived at 9 o’clock in the morning, settled in immediately.When calculating with a card, you can choose a currency, which reduces the bank’s commission. We lived in a club room. Excellent breakfasts, desserts and snacks on afternoon tea and evening cocktails. Convenient location.
The Westin Singapore
Location: 12 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 2, Marina Bay, 018961 Singapore, Singapore. Westin Singapore is located in Singapore’s Central Business District. Westin Singapore is 350 meters from Lau Pa Sat and Downtown MRT Stations, and 550 meters from Marina Bay MRT Station.The Tooth Relic Temple is 1 km away. Chinatown’s cultural heritage and Shoppes @ Marina Bay Sands are less than 1 mile away. Changi Airport is 19.8 km away.
Services for guests: The hotel offers spacious and luxurious rooms. The 36th floor outdoor infinity pool offers scenic views of Marina Bay and Singapore’s south coast. There are restaurants and a bar on site. Each room is equipped with air conditioning and branded Westin toiletries.All are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, iPod docking station, safe and minibar. Some rooms have sea views.
Guests can relax in the sauna or work out in the fitness center. Heavenly Spa offers signature body treatments and relaxing massages. The 24-hour front desk offers currency exchange, concierge services and luggage storage.
Seasonal Tastes’ signature restaurant, located on the 33rd floor, specializes in Asian and international cuisine.The Cook & Brew Gastro Bar on the 34th floor serves local and international cuisine, as well as carefully selected craft beers, wines and cocktails. Guests can also enjoy the Daily Treats Café and Lobby Lounge.
What hotel guests like: Excellent hotel. Great location. Perhaps even better than Marina Bay. The restaurant deserves special attention.
Very clean, large rooms with high ceilings and panoramic windows to the floor, Snow-white linens and an abundance of the same towels.Friendly staff. And of course the pool! It is beautiful in its size and appearance!
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove
Location: 21 Ocean Way, Sentosa Island, 098372 Singapore, Singapore. The luxurious 5-star W Hotel Singapore – Sentosa Cove is located in southern Singapore on Sentosa Island. Clarke Quay’s nightlife is a 20-minute drive, shopping malls and shops on Orchard Road are a 25-minute drive, and Changi International Airport is a 30-minute drive away.W Hotel Singapore – Sentosa Cove offers a free 2-way shuttle service to / from Orchard Road, Vivo City Mall, Universal Studios Singapore and Marina Bay Financial Center.
Guest Services: Features a 24-hour WET® outdoor pool, spa and fitness center. The hotel’s interior is decorated in bright colors. Rooms with panoramic or partial pool or ocean views are equipped with a 40-inch LED TV and Bose audio system.Private bathrooms come with a bathtub, separate rain shower and toiletries.
Other facilities include a fitness center, AWAY® spa with massage treatments and a sauna, WIRED business center, concierge desk, and currency exchange and ticketing services. Guests have free admission to Sentosa Island.
The hotel has 4 restaurants, including the SKIRT Grill and The Kitchen Table, which serves a wide variety of international dishes, while the WOOBAR offers a variety of cocktails and snacks.Those who wish can order food and drinks delivery to the room at any time of the day.
What hotel guests like: Excellent hotel! Quiet, beautiful place. Lovely restaurants and bars. Super pool open 24 hours, which is very important for Singapore. Helpful staff. Didn’t encounter any problems during the entire period of residence. Only positive emotions remained!
Excellent location, on Sentosa Island you can spend time with or without children. The hotel is beautiful, clean, stylish, the pool is open 24 hours, not deep, the kids love it.There are many interesting design items in the rooms, non-standard color solutions in the decoration. The staff are very helpful. Nice gym and spa.
YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road
Location: 366 Orchard Road, Orchard, 238904 Singapore, Singapore. YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road is a nonsmoking hotel located in the heart of Singapore’s vibrant Orchard Road. Orchard Metro Station is 270 meters away. DFS Galleria Scottswalk is 300 meters from the hotel, while Lucky Plaza is 400 meters from the hotel.Changi Airport is 18 km away.
Guest Services: Facilities include an outdoor pool, restaurant and bar. Rooms are equipped with a kettle and flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some have a seating area. The private bathroom comes with a bath or shower. Slippers and free toiletries are provided. Luggage storage is available at the 24-hour front desk. Guests can also use the fitness center.
What hotel guests like: The hotel is well located, clean, very decent breakfasts! The robots that bring water to the room are FREE, cute and funny, and kids love it.The view from the toilet is a separate topic) come and see it !!! Although the room is small, everything is conveniently located. A family of three feels comfortable.
Interesting room design! A comfortable bed that converts into a sofa! Small room, but comfortable!
Clean, tidy, everything is new, wonderful location – 3 minutes to the metro, 1 minute to the bus, 2 delivery robots work in the hotel, great view from the window, neighbors have never heard everything perfectly, there are many shopping centers, cafes and restaurants nearby
Swissotel The Stamford
Location: 2 Stamford Road, City Hall, 178882 Singapore, Singapore.One of the tallest hotels in Southeast Asia, Swissotel The Stamford is located above City Hall MRT Station. Orchard Road is a 10-minute train ride from the hotel and Singapore Flyer is a 15-minute train ride away. Nightlife entertainment in Boat Key and Clark Key can be reached in approximately 20 minutes on foot
Guest Services: It features a spa, 2 swimming pools and 15 restaurants and bars, including a rooftop bar. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with local Chinese cable channels.Tea / coffee making facilities are also provided. Some rooms have a DVD player or iPod docking station. The hotel is located within the Raffles City complex with shopping and convention centers. A well-equipped fitness center and 6 tennis courts are at guests’ disposal. Room service is available 24 hours a day. The hotel’s 24-hour front desk provides currency exchange and concierge services, as well as paperless Chinese newspapers. The hotel staff speaks English, Malay and Chinese.
Swissôtel The Stamford has 10 restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines including Peranakan, Cantonese and Japanese. Equinox Restaurant on the 71st floor offers panoramic views of Singapore and serves Asian and Western cuisine, while Jaan Restaurant specializes in French cuisine. The hotel’s 3 bars, including the City Space Bar, offer fine wines and cigars and relax in a comfortable environment.
What hotel guests like: Excellent premium hotel.The lobby of the hotel looks great, 70 floors and on the last restaurant with a beautiful panoramic view, you can see it without visiting the restaurant. Two pools on a low floor, great views. Well appointed rooms, nice staff. The room has everything you need (from such trifles as a razor and an alarm clock to bathrobes, slippers and an ironing board), everything looks very modern, there is an area with a sofa, a large TV, a balcony, dimmers are installed in the light. Would have stayed here again. Good value for money.
High-quality and pleasant service, clean, spacious, comfortable room with everything you need, a gorgeous view.
Pan Pacific Singapore
Location: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Marina Bay, 039595 Singapore, Singapore. Directly connected to Marina Square Mall and Suntec Convention Center, Pan Pacific Singapore is a 5-star hotel located at the gateway to Singapore’s central business and financial districts. The hotel is 800 meters from Esplanade Performing Arts Center, 1.1 km from Gardens by the Bay, and 1.3 km from Singapore National Art Gallery, Victoria Theater and Museum of Asian Civilizations.Singapore Changi Airport is 20 km from Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore.
Guest Services: Features an outdoor pool, 6 restaurants and a bar. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV, air conditioning and a work desk. The French windows offer panoramic views of the city. The private bathroom comes with a shower and free toiletries.
There is a shallow pool with cabanas and sun loungers, 2 tennis courts and a fitness center.The award-winning St. Gregory offers face and body treatments next to the pool. The 24-hour front desk provides concierge services and luggage storage.
The Pacific Marketplace Café and Store serves coffee, croissants and cakes, as well as a selection of pastries, chocolates, sandwiches and salads. The hotel also houses Keyaki Japanese Restaurant, Hai Tien Lo Cantonese Restaurant and Rang Mahal Indian Restaurant. The Atrium Restaurant offers drinks and snacks, while the Pool Bar offers a variety of refreshing drinks, Pacific snacks and main dishes.
What hotel guests like: Great hotel with excellent service. Breakfast is varied. The rooms are clean. wi fi is fast. the location is excellent. 100% recommend
Excellent level of quality of service, the room has everything you need, including a bathrobe, slippers, cosmetics, toothbrushes and toothpaste, minibar, large TV, safe, well-thought-out air conditioning and lighting systems. Nice restaurants.
The location of the hotel is excellent.The view from the room is a gorgeous panoramic window. All major attractions are close by. Breakfast was not taken. ate at food courts – convenient and profitable. The staff are friendly and attentive!
Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road
Location: 7500B Beach Road, 199592 Singapore, Singapore. The luxurious Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road is located directly opposite Arab Street. The complex is a 15-minute walk from Suntec City Business Center and Nicoll Highway and Bugis MRT Stations, a 10-minute drive from the famous shopping area of Orchard Road and a 20-minute drive from Changi International Airport.
Guest Services: It offers well-decorated apartments with fully equipped kitchens, as well as an outdoor pool, library reading area and fitness center. Personal assistants are at the disposal of guests around the clock to ensure that guests’ stay for business or leisure is as comfortable as possible.
Spacious air-conditioned apartment with 2 flat-screen TVs, a 46-inch TV in the living room and a 40-inch TV in a separate bedroom.The kitchen is equipped with a hob, rice cooker and washing machine. The bathroom is fitted with a bath or shower. For convenience, grocery delivery, laundry and ironing services can be arranged. Luggage storage is available at the 24-hour front desk.
What hotel guests like: The location is very good, everything is nearby. All attractions can be reached on foot. There are many cafes nearby.
A very functional apartment with everything from cutlery, oven and coffee machine to washing machine and powder.Nice panoramic windows, very comfortable bed and pillows. Great gym, view pool. Nearby, the Arab quarter is very colorful, there are many bars and restaurants.
The location is excellent. Quiet and accessible. The rooftop pool offers views of the Ferris wheel and skyscrapers. The cleaning is of high quality. Helpful staff at the front desk. Windows of our room
Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong
Location: 86 East Coast Road, Katong, 428788 Singapore, Singapore.Indigo Hotel is located in Katong, minutes from East Coast Parkway Beach. The hotel is located between 12 Katong Mall, Parkway Parade Mall and shopping malls with cafes and restaurants. Nearby attractions include the Singapore Exhibition Center, Changi Business Park (15 minutes ‘drive) and Singapore Sports Center (10 minutes’ drive). Marina Barrage Dam is 7 km away and the Central Business District is a 15-minute drive away.The world-class Changi Airport is just 10 kilometer away.
Guest Services: Featuring rooms inspired by the culture and customs of Zhu-Chat, and an outdoor infinity pool overlooking the surrounding area. Each room has strikingly bright décor. They are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, minibar and smart LED lighting. The French windows offer views of the surroundings. The bathroom comes with a luxury rain shower and free toiletries.
Baba Chews Bar and Eatery, a former police station, serves traditional and contemporary cuisine from the Straits of Malacca, as well as variations on Peranakan cuisine. Friendly and professional staff at the front desk are ready to assist with tour arrangements and ticketing, cleaning services, private and express check-in and check-out, and free luggage storage. The non-smoking hotel is wheelchair accessible.
What hotel guests like: Very cool hotel, good service and breakfast. The room is in perfect condition! Bath with city view, reasonable price. Plus nice bonuses in the form of a mobile phone with the Internet and a capsule coffee machine. Recommend!
Unusual interior. The viewport in the room is in the shower room) Excellent rooftop pool. Good cosmetics. Unlimited water. Very friendly staff. The order is delivered to the room very quickly. Excellent sound insulation.
Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
Location: 75 Airport Boulevard (Terminal 3), Changi, 819664 Singapore, Singapore. The Crowne Plaza is a luxury hotel located on the grounds of Singapore Changi International Airport. Changi Airport Crowne Plaza is accessible from Terminals 1 and 2 of Changi Airport via the monorail system. It is connected to Terminal 3 of the airport by covered walkways. The city center is a 30-minute drive away.
Guest Services: Stylish rooms, an outdoor landscaped pool, fitness center and 2 restaurants.The trendy rooms at the Crowne Plaza are spacious and boast elegant interiors with luxurious design. Bathed in plenty of natural light, each well-appointed room is equipped with a minibar and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The bathroom has a rain shower.
The hotel offers same day laundry and dry cleaning services. To unwind, guests can enjoy relaxing massages in the hotel’s treatment rooms. Some rooms have Executive Club Lounge privileges that include complimentary cocktails and meals.Azur Restaurant has open kitchens that serve Eastern and Western dishes all day. Wine and light meals are available at Bar 75.
Hotel guests love: The hotel is extremely conveniently located for departing travelers. From the hotel room to the gate, you can get a maximum of ten minutes on foot and at a leisurely pace. The comfort of the hotel generally exceeds all reasonable limits. I am afraid that such amenities will simply go unclaimed if you are staying just one night.
The hotel is ideal if you need to spend one night and travel further, as it is located in Terminal 3 of the airport itself. Conveniently, there is a bathroom in which you can relax from the road. Nice interior. Comfortable bed and pillows. Clean, quiet, no noise from airplanes. In the Azur restaurant on the 2nd floor, the choice of dishes in the buffet is wider than the menu. I will not comment on the quality of the buffet, but from the menu my husband really appreciated the Ribeye steak. There is also food delivery to your room 24 hours a day. On April 16, 19 the Jewel shopping center will open next to the hotel.Judging by the available description, it is a very decent center with a good mix of stores.
Carlton Hotel Singapore
Location: 76 Bras Basah Road, City Hall, 189558 Singapore, Singapore. The Carlton Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of City Hall on Bras Basah Street in Singapore. The hotel is 210 meters from Bras Basah MRT Station and 400 meters from City Hall MRT Station and Raffles City Shopping Center. The National Museum of Singapore is 550 meters from Carlton Hotel Singapore.The National Gallery of Singapore is 700 meters away. Suntec Singapore Convention Center and Esplanade Art Center are 850 meters away. Sans Expo Convention & Exhibition Center is 2.7 km away. Changi International Airport is 19 km away.
Services for guests: It offers an outdoor pool and 2 restaurants. Parking spaces (1 car per room). The modern air-conditioned rooms are spread across the 3 wings of the building. They offer a unique view.Some rooms have Club Lounge access. Each room is equipped with a cable TV, minibar and ironing facilities. Rooms also have tea / coffee making facilities. The private bathroom comes with a bathtub. During their stay, guests are provided with a smartphone with mobile Internet access (4G) free of charge and the ability to make free calls to numbers in Singapore and some other countries. You can also read the digital press through the PressReader app.
The hotel has a 24-hour front desk with a concierge desk, luggage storage and currency exchange. The spa offers relaxing massages and facials. The multifunctional rooms are well suited for meetings and other events. A business center with internet access and meeting rooms are available upon request. The award-winning Wah Lok Restaurant serves gourmet Cantonese cuisine, while Mosaic Café serves local and international dishes throughout the day.Guests can order freshly baked pastries with coffee or tea at Tuxedo Café & Bakery.
What hotel guests like: Comfortable room, good location, quick check-in, beautiful view from the window, pleasant interior of the hotel and rooms.
Location – it couldn’t be better, everything is within walking distance. The hotel keeps the level, this is not the first time I have stayed here, so I can say it with confidence. They quickly settle in (even in the morning), do not bother cleaning, the room has everything you need for a comfortable stay.Grab from the airport costs 17 SGD.
Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa
Location: 101 Siloso Road, Sentosa Island, 098970 Singapore, Singapore. The modern Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa is located next to Siloso Beach. The hotel is 1.3 km from Madame Tussauds, 2.5 km from Adventure Cove Water Park, SEA Aquarium and Universal Studios, and 4.4 km from VivoCity Shopping Center with direct access via free monorail or two-way free shuttle.Singapore Changi Airport is 27.6 km away.
Services for guests: The windows offer a panoramic view of the South China Sea. It features an outdoor pool, 3 restaurants and a bar. Each room has a private balcony with views of the hills, sea or landscaped gardens. The private bathroom comes with a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer. The minibar is stocked with a free set of drinks. The 24-hour front desk provides currency exchange, tour desk, concierge and luggage storage services.Facilities include a fitness center, children’s water slides, a fountain area, water sports equipment rental and Toots Club with babysitting services.
The hotel’s own three-in-one restaurant serves buffet meals throughout the day. 8 Noodles Restaurant serves authentic Chinese cuisine, while Casserole Restaurant offers a variety of international dishes. Trapizza restaurant specializes in Italian cuisine.
What hotel guests like: I liked that Shangrila Sentosa is located in the seaside and that everything is close by.From Universal Studio to Aquarium. Everything is close, everything is close. There is also a chairlift that will quickly take you anywhere in Sentos.
Hotel with its own beach, enough towels on the beach, wonderful pools. Daily free shuttle bus to Singapore. Daily cleaning, cleanliness of the hotel and territory, wonderful greenery and flowers. Breakfasts are a bombshell … Fruits and pastries are unforgettable …
Parkroyal on Pickering
Location: 3 Upper Pickering Street, Chinatown, 058289 Singapore, Singapore. Located next to Chinatown MRT Station, PARKROYAL on Pickering has a dedicated wellness floor with an outdoor pool, gym and a 300-meter garden that sits above the street. Located opposite Hong Lim Park, the hotel is within walking distance of the vibrant Chinatown, Raffles Place and the popular Clark Quay nightlife. The popular shopping area of Orchard Road is a 15-minute drive away and Changi International Airport is a 20-minute drive away.
Guest Services: Air-conditioned rooms with city or garden views are equipped with an in-room safe, minibar and flat-screen cable TV. The private bathroom includes a hairdryer, bathrobe and free toiletries. The 24-hour front desk at PARKROYAL on Pickering offers babysitting, luggage storage and laundry services. The hotel also has a tour desk, business center and conference / banquet facilities.Guests can relax on the sun terrace or enjoy a relaxing massage at the spa.
The modern, cozy LIME Restaurant serves delectable dishes that combine Southeast Asian and International flavors. Guests staying in club rooms have access to the exclusive Orchid Club Lounge on the rooftop, which offers 360-degree panoramic views of the city skyline.
What hotel guests like: Everything was in line with our expectations.The hotel is very beautiful from the outside and from the inside. Spacious room with all amenities. Stunning city views from the pool area. Delicious breakfasts. I think I would choose this hotel for visiting in distress.
The hotel building itself is very interesting, both outside and inside! The location is excellent – nearby Chinatown, which is interesting to walk around, many shops and cafes, the promenade nearby … everything is within walking distance. Breakfast – buffet, very varied and for every taste.
Oasia Hotel Novena, Singapore by Far East Hospitality
Location: 8 Sinaran Drive (Novena), Novena, 307470 Singapore, Singapore.Oasia Novena is located in the Novena district of Singapore. The hotel has direct access to Novena Metro Station. Velocity @ Novena Square and Square 2 Shopping Malls are 450 meters from the hotel, while United Square Shopping Mall is 900 meters away. The nearest metro station is Novena, 54 meters away. The vibrant shopping area of Orchard Road is 4.3 km from Oasia Novena. The 24-hour Mustafa Center is 2.8 km from Oasia Novena.
Guest Services: It features an outdoor swimming pool and a bistro serving a variety of meals.The rooms are decorated in a contemporary style and feature a trendy design. Each air-conditioned room has tea / coffee making facilities, an iPod docking station and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The private bathroom comes with a rain shower. Toiletries and a dental kit are provided.
The 24-hour front desk offers currency exchange, luggage storage, concierge and laundry services.Alternatively, guests can work out in the 24-hour fitness center or relax in the steam room. The Living Room Club Lounge features a separate private pool and business center / meeting facilities. The Marmalade Pantry Bistro serves modern cuisine.
What hotel guests like: Perfect hotel! Nice, clean, comfortable, friendly atmosphere, nice staff! We left the suitcases for storage without any problems!
The room is not huge, but there is space. Huge window, very nice bathroom.There is also a mobile phone that you can use for free and take with you.
HOTEL with rare excellent soundproofing – we chose this principle and it paid off. We took a room without breakfast. The pool is nice, big and hot tub. Everything is clean everywhere. Yes, from the hotel the elevator goes down directly to the metro (to the passage) – very convenient.
Park Hotel Farrer Park
Location: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Farrer Park, 217564 Singapore, Singapore.Park Hotel Farrer Park is located in one of the lively areas of Singapore. It provides direct access to Farrer Park Tube Station. The 24-hour Mustafa Center is 400 meters away, while the City Square Shopping Center is 180 meters from the park hotel. You will find various shops here. It is 1 km from the lively center of Tekka. The nearest airport is Changi Airport, 15 km away.
Guest services: The hotel has a glass façade with panoramic views.The hotel has an outdoor pool and guests can enjoy a meal at the hotel’s own restaurant. The air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Bathrooms have bidets and showers. A hairdryer and free toiletries are provided. The 24-hour front desk offers luggage storage and concierge services. Alternatively, guests can relax on the poolside terrace.
What hotel guests like: Great breakfasts, nice pool with jacuzzi, great service.
The hotel is amazing. The interior is beautiful, the rooms are very clean. Despite the fact that there is not much space, everything is located quite compactly and comfortably. The view from the window of the 17th floor is beautiful. I liked the pool very much, as did the restaurant with the kitchen. And most importantly, we were surprised that the exit from the metro was right next to the door to the hotel.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Location: 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Marina Bay, 039797 Singapore, Singapore. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore overlooks Marina Bay.The hotel is adjacent to Marina Square Shopping Center. City Hall Tube Station is a 10-minute walk away. The many shops on Orchard Road are a 10-minute drive away and Singapore Changi Airport is a 20-minute drive away.
Guest Services: It features a luxury spa and outdoor pool with stunning city views. The hotel has a gym and yoga classes. Oriental Singapore’s rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the harbor, ocean or city skyline.Each room has a surround sound system with CD / DVD player, cable TV and tea / coffee making facilities. The en suite bathroom has a bathtub.
Children will have fun in the separate children’s pool. Massage treatments are available for guests. Guests can play on the tennis courts to keep fit. The Dolce Vita Restaurant serves Italian cuisine by the pool overlooking the harbor, while the MO Bar offers afternoon tea and cocktails overlooking the skyline.Mandarin Oriental has 4 other restaurants and cafes serving Japanese and Cantonese cuisine.
What hotel guests like: The best view of the bay! Skyscrapers and Marina Bay Sands are visible. Very comfortable bed, gorgeous room! Great pool on the 5th floor overlooking the skyscrapers. At the pool, they give two-meter towels, which you can cover like a blanket!
Good breakfast, convenient location of the hotel, from the balcony you can watch a laser show twice a day (we lived on the 14th floor) if you leave the hotel, turn right, walk 50 m, and follow the signs to go up to the second floor, you will exit to the shopping center, with many shops and cafes, you can walk to the Esplanade
metro station without going outside
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
Location: 80 Collyer Quay, Marina Bay, 049326 Singapore, Singapore.Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is a 10-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT Station. Changi International Airport is a 25-minute drive from the hotel and Clarke Quay is an 8-minute drive away.
Guest Services: It offers luxurious rooms, free parking, and a landscaped pool and rooftop bar. The hotel’s spacious rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows. The interior features high quality rosewood and chrome elements. Each room has a Nespresso coffee machine and Bluetooth speakers.The private bathroom comes with a bathtub and Bottega Veneta toiletries. The hotel features a hot tub and fitness center overlooking the Singapore skyline.
La Brasserie restaurant offers a wide range of wines and French cuisine. Tables are served both indoors and outdoors on the bay. The Landing Point Restaurant offers an Asian feel. The Lantern Bar serves drinks and gourmet snacks, as well as live entertainment.
What hotel guests love: This is by far the best hotel in Singapore. There is no hectic screaming crowd like Marina Bay Sands. Everything is calm and dignified. Lovely rooftop pool. The view of the Marina is magnificent (it is better to take just such numbers). Very clean. Excellent breakfasts. There is nothing to find fault with.
Everything about this hotel is great. And a quick check-in and location and view and cleanliness. Lovely compliments from the hotel in the form of small chocolates and apples were always very pleasing))) European breakfasts for tourists unaccustomed to Chinese food are beyond praise.We didn’t regret at all that we chose this particular hotel
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Location: 7 Raffles Avenue, Marina Bay, 039799 Singapore, Singapore. The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is located in the heart of Singapore’s Marina Bay area. The Singapore Ferris Wheel and Marina Square Mall are a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The Marina Bay Sands Hotel & Casino, the Museum of Art and Science, Gardens by the Bay and the Esplanade – Theaters by the Bay are 10 minutes’ walk away.Changi International Airport is a 20-minute drive away. The hotel is a 5-minute walk from Promenade Metro Station and a 10-minute walk from Esplanade Metro Station.
Guest Services: This luxurious hotel is decorated with modern art. It features a pool, spa and 24-hour gym. All rooms and suites offer panoramic views of the city skyline. Each air-conditioned room includes a wall-mounted cable TV, walk-in wardrobe and marble bathroom with rain shower.Club room guests have access to the exclusive Club Lounge on the 33rd floor, which features daily culinary presentations and the highest quality concierge service. There you can also book a free car transfer to various locations around the hotel.
Colony Restaurant is inspired by the British colonial era and serves delicious traditional Singaporean cuisine. The hotel also houses 1 Michelin-star Summer Pavilion for delectable Cantonese cuisine and Chihuly Lounge, which serves a classic 8-course afternoon tea on weekdays.
What hotel guests like: I liked everything. A corner room with a panoramic view, a super bed, linen, bathrobes of very high quality, varied breakfasts, the business lounge was included in the price of high-class drinks, the food was varied, the service was of the highest level, the staff was so friendly, the limousine was included in the room price, but it was only possible to drive by Marina Bay. The view from the window is not likely. The pool spa area is lovely. The gym is not big, but the simulators are very good.The hotel is amazing The location is excellent.
General atmosphere of the hotel. The view from the window to the bay is stunning. The main attractions are within walking distance.
Andaz Singapore – A Concept by Hyatt
Location: 5 Fraser Street, 189354 Singapore, Singapore. Andaz Singapore – A Concept by Hyatt is located in Singapore, between the lively Bugis and Kampong Glam districts. The hotel is located 230 meters from the Bugis metro station, 230 meters from the Bugis road junction and 350 meters from the Sultan Mosque.Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple and Suntec City Convention Center are 700 meters away. Changi Airport is 18 km away.
Guest services: There is a bar. Rooms at Andaz Hotel Singapore are decorated in a local style by architect Andre Fu. The interior uses warm reddish brown and mustard tones and wood grain tiles; French windows overlook the city. The rooms are equipped with a daybed and air conditioning. The private bathroom comes with a rain shower.The Sunroom Lounge offers free refreshing drinks throughout the day. The rooftop Mr Stork Bar offers panoramic views of downtown Singapore. Alley on 25 is a casual dining experience with a lunch in the sky concept.
What hotel guests like: Stayed at the hotel for 6 days. Everything was great. Check-in was only at 15:00. We arrived earlier, we were given the opportunity to wash, change clothes, leave things. And the room was ready at 12:00.The breakfasts were super, very varied. Very polite staff, clean room, superb city view. The subway is right at the bottom of the building.
Comfortable, beautiful rooms with a good view. Free minibar is replenished every day. The elevator takes you directly to the shopping center and the metro. Ethnic quarters are all within 5-10 minutes’ accessibility, just like all the sights. Delicious Breakfasts with a sufficient choice of food. All day free drinks, snacks, coffee, tea in a comfortable cozy lounge.Nice swimming pool and quite decent gym for a hotel.
90,000 Six best bars in Singapore according to The World’s 50 best Bars
Nightlife is one of the main reasons to travel to Singapore. And, of course, first of all you need to go to six famous bars, which were included in the list of The World’s 50 best Bars 2019.
Atlas has made a real breakthrough since it opened two years ago.Here you can find almost the best gin collection in the world: more than 1300 labels. The bar is located in one of the most expensive office buildings in Singapore, reminiscent of the buildings of Gotham City from the Batman movies. The main decoration of the institution is the grandiose bar counter. The luxurious Art Deco interior evokes the Great Gatsby era. In addition to gin and an impressive selection of champagnes, Atlas offers a very interesting cocktail menu. It was recently compiled by star bartender Jesse Vida.
This establishment is located in the Regent Singapore Hotel. But just don’t think that a hotel bar is something boring and secondary. This rule does not apply to Manhattan Bar. His visit is included in the compulsory program of all people experienced in mixology. The fact that the world’s first hotel rickhouse (a special room for curing barrels) is located here already speaks of the uniqueness of the place. It is no coincidence that Manhattan Bar took third place in the World’s 50 Best Bars 2018 and second in the Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2019 list.
Native is a project by award-winning bartender Vijay Mudaliar. He specializes in creating cocktails made exclusively from local ingredients. Some of them are grown on a mini-farm equipped at the institution. Those who are not afraid of experiments will love the bar. The cocktail list is regularly updated here, and in each of the versions you can find drinks with, to put it mildly, non-trivial components.Well, for example: rum, sugar cane, tapioca, sour cream and … an ant. Or jackfruit rum, laxa leaves and … distilled goat’s milk.
Jigger & Pony
One of the first cocktail bars in Singapore, named after a two-cone measuring cup for alcoholic beverages. Since the end of 2018, he has settled at the Amara Hotel, receiving a redesigned two-space design. One of them is a cozy mezzanine for privacy, the second is a crowded room with a long counter for dating and communication.The menu has also changed, with 27 fresh variations on the theme of classic and vintage cocktails. What remains the same is the signature hospitality, friendliness and professionalism of the staff. The main intrigue is that the move resulted in a triumphant rise of the establishment in various ratings. Incredibly, in the Asian list, the bar took the 9th line at once, and in the world it became 29th among the 50 best!
The Old Man
Singapore The Old man offers impeccable service even during the busiest hours of the night.The famous L-shaped bar counter invites visitors to lively conversation. The spacious lounge area can easily accommodate large companies. The less crowded dining area is more intimate and quiet. The bar is run by a true veteran of the Asian bar scene, Andrew Yap. The establishment has no signs or signs, so look for a door with a pineapple-shaped lamp hanging over it.
This small bar, located in a basement on the corner of a bustling street, has a cocktail menu that changes every three months.At the same time, alcohol is deliberately not indicated in it – only all sorts of options for additions. Visitors have to completely rely on the choice of the bartender. He will select and mix the ingredients at his discretion, after asking about preferences.
Details can be found on the website www.visitsingapore.com.
90,000 20 + 1 Best Restaurants in Singapore | International Wealth
Reputable directories do not speak well of gastronomic Singapore.They argue that there is no haute cuisine in the city-state, although they add that tourists will not go hungry. In a sense, this is how it is. Singapore cannot be compared to France, and quiche (open pie), ratatouille (vegetable dish) and tartiflene (potato gratin) – with laxa (this is the name of spicy noodle soup).
But if you do not make excessive demands on Singaporean cuisine and take for granted some culinary secondary character of the local dishes, then the situation will not seem so sad.The food here is moderately original, unambiguously tasty, the portions in the restaurants are not the smallest, but the choice is quite large. After all, you didn’t come here, did you?
In the article brought to your attention, we have collected the best (in our opinion) restaurants and respectable cafes. And so that the information was not only informative, but also practically useful, they decided to indicate the size of the average check and the address of the institution. But please do not consider this as an advertisement. We describe only those restaurants we have visited ourselves.As the saying goes, “Not for the sake of self-interest, but only by the will of the wife who sent me” (Ilf and Petrov, “12 chairs”, the spelling of the authors is preserved).
- Address: 23 Ann Siang Road.
- Snacks: from $ 15.
A restaurant famous for its snacks. But on the other hand, there will be so many of them that you won’t have to regret the lack of main courses. But we must warn you that Asian snacks may seem to the European… too spicy. Before the classic Japanese wasabi, they still have to grow and grow, but still be extremely careful. Cocktails that are served with snacks are more traditional, but they also have a peppercorn (both in the literal and figurative sense of the word).
- Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive.
- Snacks: from $ 75.
Jason Atherton is a famous person in the culinary world.The Michelin star (!) Has set up a restaurant right under the roof of the botanical garden, and the headliner of the menu is duck with foie gras and currants. Very, very tasty, but a little pricey.
- Address: 20 Teck Lim Road. 90,789 90,788 Average check: from $ 60.
Singapore’s finest grill restaurant. The meat is cooked divinely here, it has been tested repeatedly.And after you taste the king crab, you will want to say: wrap it up, take it with me. The only pity is that the culinary masterpiece cannot be transported through customs. Also take the liberty of recommending snapper fish to you.
The Naked Finn
- Address: 41 Malan Road. 90,789 90,788 Average check: from $ 60.
We would like to warn you right away: there is no actual naked (naked, naked) here, we propose to find the red light district in Singapore on our own.This word refers to the design of a restaurant – well, it is very minimalistic and simple. But the price tags, on the contrary, are far from the lowest. The restaurant is prized for squid, lobster and arctic mussels. Yes, they will also offer New Zealand cod to gourmets. We would not recommend eating here all the time, but it is quite possible to go in once or twice.
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- Address: 1 Beach Rd.90,789 90,788 Average check: from $ 60.
Raffles Hotel restaurant, and that says it all. A dozen other hotels have a similar kitchen and the same decoration, so the bill may seem a bit overpriced to you. Chicken tikka masala is good, but it will not be enough to attract a visitor here again.
- Address: 165 Tanjong Pagar Road.
- Average bill: duck 15 $.
A restaurant that professes the values of French cuisine in a country where culinary has never been given special attention. The specialty of the establishment is a country duck terrine; she will be accompanied by tender rabbit pate and a banana cake with ice cream. But the wine selection is really good. In general, it is quite a decent establishment. We should especially note the interior in the style of the 18th century.
Banana Leaf Apolo
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- Address: 48 Serangoon Road. 90 789 90 788 Average check: from $ 13.
Indian restaurant with all the necessary attributes. The highlight of the program is bean masala with curry and fish heads. We recommend that you dine here at least once and form your own opinion about the establishment. It seemed to us too specific.
DB Bistro Moderne
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- Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue.
- Average bill: from $ 30 (cock in wine).
A rare case for Singapore – queues at a catering establishment. Guess why? Oddly enough, for … burgers. The local chef Daniel Boulud cooks them just fine. The rest of the menu items – rooster, steaks with potatoes, seafood – can be called entourage. Figuratively speaking, DB Bistro Moderne is almost like a McDonald’s, only an order of magnitude cooler.
- Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, VivoCity.
- Average bill: tagliatelle bolognese $ 13.
Italian cuisine in all its glory, although the chef here is the British Jamie Oliver (James Trevor Jamie Oliver). The institution enjoys a consistently high popularity, not least due to the humane prices and rather large portions.According to rumors, it often includes the signature tune of Nino Rota, which gained legendary status in the movie “The Godfather”.
- Address: 2 Stamford Road.
- Average bill: from $ 120 (full 5-course menu).
Classic restaurant, nestled on the 70th floor of the hotel of the same name. Guests will be offered exquisite yet simple and delicious food.Let’s leave this statement on the conscience of the chef, since venison with celery in a special sauce made from pear juice and mulled wine does not fall into this category. But it is worth noting that it is really tasty here, although quite expensive. They say that with the departure of the great Julien Royer, the restaurant began to lose status customers, but it’s too early to talk about it.
- Address: 1 Scotts Road, 2-16 Shaw Center.90,789
- Average bill: from $ 128 (5-course menu).
The restaurant is an unofficial representative center of Singapore. It is customary to impress guests here (interiors, lights, dishes, etc.), which many local businessmen willingly use. The true pride of Les Amis is a huge wine list, so in the institution you can not only eat delicious food, but also taste elite alcohol. And I can’t even call Provencal ratatouille or tomato confiture pies a snack.
- Address: Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road. 90,789 90,788 Average check: $ 95.
The restaurateur and sommelier of all Singapore Ignatius Chan invites you to rethink Japanese cuisine. Sushi on meringues instead of rice, with molecular (!) Soy sauce and scallops, and with sea urchin … You will either love this cuisine or hate it.But keep in mind that the 36th place in the rating of “The world’s 50 best restaurants” is simply not given for beautiful eyes. It is worth visiting Iggy’s at least to get acquainted with modern Japanese cuisine. And then – how it goes.
- Address: 47 Beach Road, 05-02 / 05 Kheng Chiu Building. 90,789 90,788 Average check: $ 30.
Many (and not without reason) call this place a “crab restaurant”.It is this crustacean in black pepper that is the local specialty. A must have for all guests of the city-state. By the way, Long Beach is a rare example of an establishment with “real” Singaporean cuisine, although the gourmet masters will probably disagree with this definition.
Yum Cha Chinatown
- Address: 20 Trengganu Street. 90,789
- Average check: $ 10.
A democratic establishment in the heart of a Chinese city. It is noisy here, very fun and very, very tasty.The cuisine, as you might guess, is exclusively oriental, but quite “accessible” for the stomach of a European: sweet potatoes, pork ribs, shrimp with spinach … Dishes with “Korean themes”, fortunately, are not seen here. It is especially worth noting the prices, which, rather, are characteristic of some kind of fast food. In short, if you just want to eat (and not visit another pretentious institution), you should definitely go to Yum Cha Chinatown.
- Address: 331 New Bridge Road. 90,789 90,788 Average check: $ 12.
A modernized and reimagined classic of Singapore (?) Cuisine. The choice of dishes is quite traditional, gourmets recommend paying attention to the pork stomach with soy sprouts and chili pepper sauce. We checked – it tastes much better than the name. Dinner was in full swing when the lights went out in the hall. We understand that it is completely accidental. That the owner – Malcolm Lee (Malcolm Lee) then apologized for a very long time for the incident… But God is my witness: when the traditional Chinese lanterns under the ceiling were lit in the dark, we found ourselves in a wondrous and mysterious world, distant, unfamiliar, but so dear. It is impossible to describe it in words.
- Address: 11 New Bridge Road. 90,789 90,788 Average check: $ 8.
The institution is very reminiscent of a cafe, which, according to rumors, was owned by the conditional “dad” of Kung Fu Panda (children, educate adults!), Only instead of noodles, visitors will be offered broth with many secret ingredients and herbs with a very mysterious name bak kut teh …They say that gourmets can even add a pig’s tail to the composition. One of the few catering establishments where there is a queue almost all day.
I can’t even call them fast food, since such establishments differ from ordinary cafes in about the same way as the famous “penny” (copied, by the way, from the Italian Fiat 124) from thoroughbred Audi, BMW or Mercedes.
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- Chinatown Market & Food Center (335 Smith Street, $ 15.). The signature dish of the cafe is rice noodles in a spicy (no, not so – very spicy!) Peanut sauce with pork, water spinach and … cuttlefish. Are you ready?
- Maxwell Road Hawker Center (1 Kadayanallur Street, $ 18). Pay attention to the Hainan chicken with rice and chili sauce. It is said that this dish was served even in Michelin-starred restaurants.
- Food Opera (ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, $ 5).The owners have relied on the interior and design. It here looks like another creation of Philippe Starck (Philippe Starck). But the food is simple and almost affordable. If you decide not only to come here, but also to eat, choose curry-laxa soup.
- Sabar Menanti Restaurant & Catering (48 Kandahar Street, $ 17). A kind of Singaporean buffet. At the counter, you are supposed to pick up a plate of rice, and then choose any main course. The institution is recommended by many reference books as the best in terms of price and taste, but it seemed to us too impersonal.
- Tekka Center (665 Buffalo Road, Little India, $ 0.7). In fact, this is not even a food court, but a regular (adjusted for Singaporean flavor) bakery. The bread with a thick and viscous curry sauce is delicious here, but Tekka Center cannot boast of anything else.
We will not undertake to assert that absolutely all the sights of gastronomic Singapore were included in the review, but in our opinion the best places worth visiting are indicated in it. Unfortunately, it is impossible to visit all of them in a few days, so we recommend getting a tourist visa and coming here for at least a couple of weeks.And if you do not know how this can be done, write a letter to [email protected] and ask our specialists for help. They can and should also be contacted for any questions related to doing business in this jurisdiction. For example, we did not find a respectable institution in Singapore where Russian borscht and dumplings would be served :-). We give the idea for free :-). 90,006 90,000 Singapore Food & Restaurants
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There are four cuisines mixed in Singapore: Chinese, Indian, Malay and Peranakan.
All dishes can be tasted in restaurants, fast foods, food courts and food centers, as well as beer bars.
Most popular dishes in Singapore:
HOKKIEN MEE – various varieties of rice with chicken and laksa.
CHAR KWAY TEOW – fried flat rice noodles
CRABS. The most famous is, of course, the popular Chilli Crab, which is the de facto national dish of Singapore. But among Singaporeans, Black Pepper Crabs, Crab Bee Hoon and Salted Egg Crabs are all the rage.
Fish-head curry – fish head with curry sauce was invented in Singapore in 1949. An Indian restaurateur from Kerala decided to create a South Indian-style dish for Chinese customers who considered the fish head a delicacy.
At the same time, a new wave of Indian immigration came to Singapore. They were mainly ethnic Tamils from South India. In the new country, they became workers and traders. There were even some convicts who decided to settle in Singapore after serving their sentences.
Third-generation Samy’s Curry owner Nahajoti Mahendran says that today tourists from India come to the restaurant and some are shocked by the fish’s head and curry sauce on the menu. Indeed, such dishes do not exist in their homeland!
Singapore and Malaysia have a difficult relationship. Social unrest, unemployment and anti-colonial sentiment in post-war Singapore led to the emergence of the Federation of Malaysia in 1963. It united Singapore, Malaysia, Sarawak and North Borneo under one flag.The union did not last long – Singapore left it after 23 months.
How and where the stingray with sambal sauce came from is still debated today. Some say it is a Malay dish, others say it is Singaporean. One thing is known for sure: this dish radically changed the fate of the stingray, a once unpopular fish. It is usually prepared like this: the stingray is wrapped in a banana leaf with a spicy aromatic hot chili sambal sauce.
Until televisions became common in Singapore, locals enjoyed going to the theaters for American, British, Chinese, Malay, Indian and Tamil films.
In Malay, kacang puteh means “white beans”. It is a mixture of nuts, cookies, grains, and legumes. Traditionally, it was packed in newspaper bags and sold in carts at the entrance to cinemas. Usually the carts had a few snacks: roasted cashews, steamed chickpeas, sugar-coated peanuts, and crunchy salty Indian snacks, murukku.
The local film industry survived Japanese occupation during World War II, but was crippled by VCRs and video piracy in the 1980s. Modern cinemas mainly offer their own drinks and food.You can’t buy kacang puteh here anymore.
MALA XIANG GUO
In the 1990s, the Singapore government opened the country to immigrants and foreign workers. According to government statistics, between 1990 and 2015, the population of Singapore increased by 82%: the number of citizens grew by 29%, residents – by 371%, non-residents – by 424%, with the majority of new immigrants from Malaysia, China and India. … Singaporean cuisine also changed during this time.
In recent years, mala xiang guo, a spicy fried vegetable from southwestern China, has become a popular dish in Singapore.The Singaporeans owe this to the tent owners Mao Kongfan and Wu Zhangsheng, who migrated from China’s Henan province in 2005 and opened Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo.
“We have adapted the dish to local tastes – in our version it is not so fatty and salty,” explained Mao. And if in the beginning most of their clients were immigrants from China, today they are mostly local residents.
Singapore was already a trading city in the 14th century. Orang Laut sea nomads and Chinese merchants were the first to explore this territory.In the 15th century, Singapore became part of the Malay Sultanate of Malay and developed into the largest spice market in the world. A profitable sea trade route to Southeast Asia passed through the territory.
Portugal invaded Malacca in 1511. The Portuguese held out on the island for almost a century. Unlike other European colonialists, they married locals. In 1613, as part of a punitive expedition, the Portuguese burned Singapore to the ground. He was not remembered until the 19th century, when Sir Stamford Raffles arrived on the island as part of the British East India Company.
Feng – A spicy and spicy Portuguese-Eurasian stew made from diced pork offal. Folklore chef Damian D’Silva says that to prepare a tasty dish, you need properly refined fresh offal and a set of spices. And also patience. Sometimes it takes several days to clean and cook everything properly.
Although Singapore has been a European colony for several centuries, it is not easy to find Eurasian cuisine here. Today, chefs at large restaurants are changing this trend.
Soup BAK KUT TEH
By the end of the 19th century, Singapore had developed into an important regional center. The strategic location and deep-water harbor attracted travelers, merchants and colonialists here. Workers from southeastern China toiled along the Singapore River unloading goods from flat-bottomed wooden boats. Nobody knows for sure the history of pork soup bak kut teh. Some say that it was prepared in the morning for these workers, so that the workers would have enough strength for the whole day. Others claim that the recipe came from Fujian, China.
Soup is usually eaten with boiled rice, chopped red chili in dark soy sauce and sometimes with strong oolong tea, which perfectly dissolves the fat film.
Dessert KUEH UBI KAYU
British troops in Singapore surrendered to the Japanese in February 1942. Sir Winston Churchill called it “the worst disaster and biggest surrender in British history.” Singapore was renamed “Shonon-do” – “South Island Light”. The Japanese occupation of Singapore lasted from 1942 to 1945. This period for the state became a time of difficulties and scarcity.
Kueh ubi kayu – a dessert steamed from tapioca – a starch made from cassava root, sprinkled with grated coconut. The history of this dish is probably connected with the period of occupation, when many locals survived by eating cassava, as it is easy to grow and can be harvested every three months.
Singapore was a British trading colony from 1819 to 1963. The British inherited left-hand traffic, the English language and the common law system.And also the popular Epoc-Epoque curry snack. The Singapore version has a thinner crust and curled edges. Some believe that this is a variant of Indian samosa, others – Cornish pasta, and still others – Portuguese empada pie, and it appeared even before the arrival of the British. The dish is adored in Malaysia and Singapore. Ideal for a snack, especially if you’re in a hurry.
Spicy Lax Noodle Soup
By the 20th century, when Singapore raised the free port flag, sales, including overseas, increased.According to the census in 1819, a thousand people lived in Singapore, and in 1901 – more than two hundred thousand. Chinese immigrants accounted for the lion’s share (72%), followed by Malays, Indians, Europeans and Eurasians of mixed Asian and European descent. Laksa was born out of mixed marriages between
local Malay women and Chinese merchants. It is made from thick rice noodles with shrimp, fish, silk tofu and clam shells in a thick spicy broth based on coconut milk.
They were invented by Chinese immigrants from Hainan province in the 1930s. During the Great Depression, Singapore opened up new opportunities for them. They came to the country and settled in inexpensive, empty buildings, opened their coffee shops and served dishes they had invented. According to legend, Chinese chefs tried to make fruit preserves on board British ships, but they had a limited set of ingredients: coconut, eggs and pandanus leaves. Kaya’s toast is served with custard coconut jam and butter.
The best and most popular food courts and food centers in Singapore:
– Newton food center
– Lau Pa Sat food center
– Chinatown Food Street
– Food Republic food court chain
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90,000 Singapore Nightlife – Mandarin
Singapore is known as the new New York.This is mainly due to the sheer number of banking sector companies and skyscrapers. But it’s not only that. Any modern metropolis is like a big dance floor, where people are constantly moving somewhere in a chaotic rhythm. During the day, stock quotes move on the island, and at night – the lasers of nightclubs. The most important ones can be found here.
St. James Power Station
The largest center of club life in Singapore! In the building of the former power plant, built in 1927.and coal-fired, there are 11 nightclubs. It is enough to pay once for entrance – and access to all clubs is open. The main ones:
Neverland II – a premium nightclub with unique lighting and sound. The club hosts live performances.
Mono – a karaoke bar with private rooms, as well as a main hall and billiards.
The GIG – a nightclub with two bars, a point of attraction for those who want to dance to the fresh hits of RnB or TOP-40s.The club has an outdoor terrace where you can relax and gain strength to continue dancing.
Peppermint Park is an open street bar decorated with live greenery. A great place to relax from the bustle of the city.
One of the first and very popular clubs in Singapore with a capacity of up to 1500 people. According to the ratings of many publications, it is included in the list of the 50 best clubs in the world and takes the honorable 11th place. Zouk regularly hosts famous DJs, live concerts, fashion shows, short film festivals and exhibitions.The atmosphere of the club is created by its design, based on the creations of the great architect Gaudí, an exclusive analogue sound system, a multi-level dance floor and unique lighting. ZoukOut, the largest dance music festival in Southeast Asia, is held annually at the end of December. Fans of live rhythms gather in the Tanjong Beach area on Sentosa and move the night away to DJ’s Armin Van Buuren, Sven Vath, Chus & Ceballos, Martin Solveig and many others.
New Asia Bar
Stunning city view! The stylish New Asia Bar is located on the 71st floor of Swissotel The Stamford.Truly sleek, sleek and modern. The musical accompaniment is replete with a large number of hits from the TOP-40 and the old school of the 1980s. The drinks are quite expensive, but you will get an amazing and incomparable pleasure from the cityscape. You will peer into the ink of the night sky, gaze over the illuminated roads of Singapore and enjoy the night glimmer of the local river.
Home Sweet Home. This phrase sounds so familiar to each of us.Indeed, the name of the club comes from the Russian word “house” and is its direct transcription. The owners of the establishment wanted to emphasize that here you can feel at home, but rather at the emperor’s house, and not in a standard apartment with a low ceiling. The establishment is decorated in the magnificent style of the Russian Renaissance, the style of palace interiors, with carpets on the floor, expensive furniture, curtains and a painted ceiling. The establishment of the club cost investors about S $ 3 million, which is quite a lot even for Singapore.The interiors are complemented by a modern HiFi sound system, beautifully illuminated bars and VIP rooms where guests can relax on suede sofas.
KU DE TA
I just want to ask: “Where are you going tonight?” – “We? In KU DÉ TA “. Where, if not to them. Situated above the upper observation deck of Marina Bay Sands Resort, this bar and restaurant is open not only to guests, but to all guests of the complex, unlike the pool. Many come for a cocktail in the evening, some stay well past midnight, when the restaurant smoothly turns into a nightclub site.A great place to celebrate the success after the casino, which, incidentally, is located in the same complex. There is a lot of soft light, champagne, elite wines and masterpiece dishes. If you want – relax. If you want – move on the dance floor.
The quieter “pier” of the nightlife is good because here you can always avoid the huge crowd of tourists. Restaurants and bars are located along the embankment, inside another galaxy of old warehouses and shops.The location is popular with people working in downtown Singapore as it is literally close to the business district. Among the restaurants on Robertson Key is Aburia , which serves perfectly cooked Japanese BBQ from specially marinated beef. Among the bars will be cozy in the Australian pub Boomarang Bistro & Bar, Malted Milk and Bar Bar Black Sheep. If you like whiskey, try the 50-year-old drink at La Maison Du Whiskey , and for wine lovers, head to Wine Connection , considered one of the most affordable bars in Singapore.
This entertainment quarter is pronounced “clarke ki” and is quite active at any time of the day. In fact, once trade was in full swing along the embankment, and hundreds of junks stood at the pier. In the mid-1970s. The Singapore government has decided to move the port to Pasir Panjang and Clark Key is now the epicenter of Singapore’s nightlife. Life is in full swing as well, but now in a different vein. On the territory of the former warehouse buildings there are clubs, bars, restaurants and cafes, about 80 establishments in total.All kinds of national cuisines of the world are collected under a single space of transparent umbrellas. From typical Asian, Japanese, Indonesian to European, Latin American and even Cuban. Drinks and entertainment are enough for everyone! In the pub alone, the MULLIGANʼ s set real records for the consumption of Irish beer during the evening. But if you want to drink beer in the atmosphere of the trading floor of the exchange, then you should visit Beer Market , where beer prices change: depending on demand, the price for a pint of certain varieties may rise, or may fall if the beer was not in demand within half an hour.The intensity of passions is as strong as that of New York stock funds in the midst of a trading day, real excitement and drive are guaranteed! You can escape passions in the more relaxed Marakesh restaurant of Arabic cuisine – hookah, delicious kebab and a good selection of cocktails. We recommend that the club public look, for example, at THE ARENA. He’s the largest on Clarke Key. Or to the popular club ATTICA . The night will pass merrily to the sounds of Hip-Hop and R & B hits.
The Dutch Village is located a short distance from the hiking trails and is one of the favorite vacation spots of young Singaporeans and expats from different countries.Numerous cozy restaurants, Italian, Australian, Japanese and Arabic cafes, whose menus boast delicious and authentic dishes. In March, an annual holiday is held in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, the audience comes dressed in national Irish costumes, and the beer flows like a river. Great atmosphere!
The elite wine bar Decanter, which is located in the luxury hotel The St. Regis Singapore, perfect for an exquisite evening with friends or for meeting important guests.In total, the collection of drinks includes more than 1000 brands of wines from all over the world. No matter how sophisticated your desire for wine selection for the evening, you can be sure that the Decanter has any wine of the year you need.
Pangea is nothing more than an “ultra-lounge” offering its guests an intimate atmosphere and attentive service. The atmosphere of an elite minority. The Singapore project has successfully expanded its brothers’ lineup in New York, London, Miami and Spain.Around the world, bars are visited by people whose names appear on the tabloids every month, celebrities from Jack Nicholson and Madonna to Prince Harry of England. The club is exclusive, occupying a small space of only 560 sq.m. The interior is made of exotic materials, including ostrich feathers and crocodile skin, and is crowned with a ceiling of 20 thousand glass spheres. The menu pleases with the variety and the presence of Cristal and Veuve Cliquot champagnes. The prices for drinks are in line with the institution’s policy – from S $ 18 for a glass of Absolut vodka and up to S $ 9000 for a bottle of Courvoisier LʼEssence de Courvoisier.
90,000 Night in Singapore: Down to Earth
Night in Singapore: from heaven to earth
Night is time to get to know another Singapore. As darkness falls, bars and clubs open, lights turn on, and the sound of music fills the center of a rapidly changing city.
The heart of nightlife is the respectable Clarke Key area.The abundance of bars and restaurants makes it a prime spot for late strolls. Bar culture in Singapore is at the highest level. And it’s not just the virtuoso mixologists who come up with the best signature cocktails in Asia – the bars here also have an exceptional atmosphere. A special Singaporean chic – sipping something exotic on the roof of a skyscraper with a dizzying view. For example, in 1-Altitude, located 282 meters above sea level, on the roof of the One Raffles Place building, which is one of the three tallest skyscrapers in the city.People come here for the gorgeous view that opens through the glass walls of the bar, as well as to taste the cocktail “Singapore sling” – a legendary drink that has become one of the symbols of the country. According to legend, it was invented by the bartender of the Raffles Hotel at the beginning of the 20th century. It contains gin, cherry brandy, pineapple and lime juice, grenadine, as well as Benedictine and Cointreau liqueurs. Today, the “Singapore Sling” is on the cocktail list of almost every establishment.
Breathtaking panorama of the city from the CÉ LA VI bar
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Another iconic high-flying establishment is the CÉ LA VI rooftop bar at the iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel.For hotel guests, admission is free, for the rest – from $ 20. According to tourists, the paid entrance fully pays off with a magical view of the bay, magnificent interior, exquisite cuisine and real masterpieces from the masters of mixology, which are the bartenders of CÉ LA VI. You can also feel yourself on top of the world in a number of other bars and restaurants located on high-rise buildings (of which there are many in Singapore), but the most popular among them are Flight Bar & Lounge, Level 33, New Asia Bar, Mr Punch Winebar.There are many interesting things “on the ground”.
Bar 28HKS – one of the area’s top attractions – has earned an excellent reputation for the professionalism of the bartenders and the incredible quality of the ingredients – the ice is crushed by hand and only organic mint is used.
Interior of 28 Hong Kong Street Bar (28HKS)
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Singapore will not disappoint fans of nightlife: the clubs here set the tone for the whole of Asia and are considered one of the best in the world.For example, the Zouk Club, which gave birth to the largest music festival in the region, which takes place in December on the beach of Sentosa Island, is always full, so queues at the entrance are in the order of things, be prepared. The establishment is divided into two parts – one with fashionable electronic dance music, where the golden youth spend their time, the other – the Velvet room – is designed for a more mature audience. Another high-profile place is Gotham Penthouse. A huge nightclub with an area of 2500 m, decorated with hundreds of candles, is invariably included in the top of the best establishments in Asia.Tourists and locals alike love to burn their nights at Attica, a two-story nightclub in Clarke Quay. Mainstream pop on the first floor, charging electronics on the second. And for connoisseurs of good old rock, there’s Thumper. Well, add to this a whole scattering of nightlife venues of various sizes in the areas of Ann Siang Hill, Holland Village, Dempsey Hill, Marina Bay and Club street. It’s always fun and crowded there.
Noisy Sky High Pit Stop party in 1-Altitude at 282 meters above sea level
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