30 Best Restaurants in Singapore for Satiate Your Hunger!
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Browse through a wide range of Restaurants in Singapore like Jaan, Folklore, Les Amis, Burnt Ends, Rhubarb, Corner House, and many more.

Singapore is a hotpot of cultures and cuisines from around the world and restaurants in Singapore are a reflection of the same coming together of global foods. If you are looking for eating options on the island, you will be simply spoilt for choices. The city offers everything from traditional Asian dishes, Mediterranean and western European cuisines.

There is also no dearth of restaurants if you want to try fusion food or want to challenge your palette for something extraordinary. From old family-run institutions like Samy’s curry to the young, experimental cooking of Jaan, Singapore is filled with people offering some great food all the days of the week.

Not only do these restaurants offer delicious food but are also bringing in some excellent drinking traditions from around the world like Japanese Sake at BAM! and French wines at Odette. Also, the ambiance is as exciting as the food choices. You can choose to be seated on a rooftop bar in Singapore at Joie or in a centuries-old house at Corner House, these restaurants are bringing their best to the culinary scene of Singapore. 

Here are some best restaurants in Singapore:

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This Michelin 1-Star restaurant is one of the finest places to eat in Singapore. Headed by the British chef Kirk Westaway, the menu deals with reinventing British cuisine and presenting the freshest ingredients on the plate.

 The interior of the restaurant is also tastefully done and the service is also second-to-none. A 500-label strong wine menu which includes both Old World and New World wines only enhance the culinary experience.

Highlights: The 40-seat restaurant offers an intimate dining experience and an amazing view of the Singapore skyline.

2 Stamford Road Swissôtel, Level 70 The Stamford, Singapore 178882

Hours Open: 
Monday - Saturday: 12:00 PM–2:30 PM & 7:00 PM–10:30 PM 
                      Sunday: Closed

Type of Restaurant: 
Modern British, European

Avg Price: 
$216 for two people

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As the name suggests, Folklore is a restaurant which tells culinary tales of rich Singaporean heritage through food. Local chef Damian D'Silva who is at the helm of this restaurant shares his passion for food of the bygone era and artisanal cooking by preparing some truly wholesome dishes.

Another special aspect of chef D’Silva’s cooking is that you can enjoy mostly manual cooking which gives a feel of authentic food.

Highlights: The well-lit restaurant is open for group events and private dining apart from regular dining.

700 Beach Rd, Level 2 Destination Singapore, Singapore 199598

Hours Open: Monday to Sunday
: 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM & 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Famous Cuisine: 
Traditional Malaysian Cuisine 

Avg Price: 
$50 for two people

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Les Amis

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Les Amis denotes ‘The Friends’ in French and is truly worthy of its name. The French Restaurant led by the head Chef Sebastian Lepinoy is one of the first independent fine –dining eateries in the region. The restaurant, inaugurated in 1994 by 4 buddies, which has recently gone through a magnum renovation by Tan Kay Ngee resulting in sophisticated French architecture.

The restaurant is 2 stories and the kitchen operates on meticulous French techniques with a slight tuning of Asian flavors. 
Also, if you need a place to party, the 3 private rooms can be changed into one huge dining space for such special occasions. It can accommodate upto 70 members.

: 3 private rooms, and one Chef’s room overlooking the open Kitchen. The restaurant has two huge wine cellars with more than 3000 bottles of French wines.

: Shaw Centre, Scotts Road, Singapore 

Hours Open: 12 – 2 pm and 7 to 9:30 pm. Sunday closed

Cuisine: French 

Avg. Price: Between $100 -  $150

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Burnt Ends

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The ultimate Australian Barbeque is in Singapore. Led by Dave Pynt, this huge open kitchen dining space is an ideal haunt to hang around and enjoy some steamy and spicy Australian grilled cuisine. Dave Pynt apparently had a knack to play with fire and with the encouragement from André Chiang, he opened this fine dine.

The place displays a unique Barbeque experience featuring customized 4 tonnes, dual cavity oven fired with almond and apple woods and 3 elevation grills. If you are looking for amazing barbeque than this is one of the must-visit restaurants in Singapore.

Highlights: Each day new menu is been added or created but the signature dishes remain as it is and served every day. Also, find Dave Pynt’s homeland special wines in the bar along with cocktails and beers.

Location: Teck Lim Rd, Singapore

Hours Open:
Tuesdays to Saturdays – 6 pm to 12 am / Wednesdays to Saturday 11: 45 am to 2 pm/ Sunday, Monday closed

Cuisine: Australian

Avg. Price: $89

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If you are in the lookout for a delicate French restaurant which serves elegant yet subtle dishes, displaying French interiors accompanied by soothing music, then Rhubarb Le Restaurant on top of the Duxton Hill is meant for you.

The place is owned by Brit Chef Paul Longworth and French Maîtred Jerome Desfonds and features two levels of dining, one for private dinner (12 seats) and the other is a 30 seated cozy dining. The restaurant also includes most sought after French Wines by Jerome. The ambiance and food make it one of the best restaurants in Singapore.

Highlights: The restaurant has an open kitchen where you can observe the chefs cooking. The lunch has 3 course set menus that have some mouth-watering dishes like Braised beef with gem lettuce, Pork Tenderloin with Caramelised apples, Red snapper fillet with tomatoes and dill etc. Location: Duxton Hill, Singapore.

Hours open: 11:45 am to 2:30 pm and 6:30 to 10 pm.

Cuisine: French (main), Western and European.

Avg. Price: $ 156

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Corner House

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Housed in the former home of the popular British botanist Eldred John Henry Corner, Corner House is a contemporary restaurant in Singapore headed by Chef Jason Tan. The menu reflects Chef Tan’s innovative Gastro-Botanical preparations which include excellent meats, seafood and botanical ingredients from across the globe.

When at the restaurant, you can enjoy their crisp onion chips, menu botanica, oignon doux des Cévennes, onion tea, sweet onion purée, wafer-thin onion tart, etc.

Highlight: Apart from delicious food, you can also enjoy an elaborate menu with 600 labels of wine.

1 Cluny Rd, E J H Corner House Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569

Hours Open: 
Tuesday - Saturday: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM & 6:30 PM - 11:00 PM
                      Sunday: 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM & 6:30 PM - 11:00 PM
                      Monday: Closed

Type of Restaurant: 
European, French

Avg Price: 
$218 for two people

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Joie (pronounced ‘joy’) is a rooftop garden of Orchard Central by Dozo Restaurant. The place specialises in modern meatless cuisine in which the owner, Mr Huang Yen Kun, and his team of chefs look to prepare a natural fare which includes freshest vegetables, herbs and fruits. The concept which is already popular in Europe and Taiwan is now being introduced to Singapore through this eatery.

With a contemporary chic ambiance with bronze light fixtures, the place is as exciting as the food. In case you are looking for a more private seating option, you can also choose one of the five private rooms which accommodate up to sixteen people.

Highlights: At the restaurant, diners can choose elaborate six-course lunches or seven-course dinners which combine European and Japanese cuisine

181 Orchard Road, #12-01 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896

Hours Open: Monday to Sunday: 
12:00 PM – 3:30 PM & 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM

Famous Cuisine: 
European, Fusion, Japanese, Taiwanese cuisine

Avg Price: 
$60 for two people

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Wild Rocket

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Wild Rocket has the ambiance of a Japanese wilderness mixed with beachside café. Chef Willin, the executive chef describes his Wild Rocket menu as Man Sin which means Modern Singapore.

He believes that the essence of true cuisine lies in the street hawker’s food. This as a concept, the chef recreated few of the street foods further by adding his culinary touch and enhanced flavors.

Highlights: The restaurant has a tranquillity of a hillside and striking resemblance of Japanese dining, tokonoma. The restaurant specializes in ala carte and 4-course menus, a wide variety of wines and finally, the signature menu, Omakase which is served only on reservation.

Hangout Hotel, Mt. Emily

Hours open: Monday to Saturday – 12:00 to 15:00 and 18:30 to 22:30 / Sundays closed

Cuisine: Singaporean

Avg. Price: Between S$ 100 to S$ 140

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Waku Ghin

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Waku Ghin, the dream come true of Chef Tetsuya, is the one of the most beautiful restaurants of Singapore projecting the values and cuisines of Japan. The colour silver dominates the entire place including its name, Waku meaning Arise (from hot spring) and Ghin denoting Silver.

The Eatery features an in house bar, 3 private cocoon rooms and one huge dining hall. Chef Tetsuya’s management is excellent; he makes sure each room is allotted with a chef who personally oversees the requirements of customers.

Highlights: The Bar specialises in Japanese cocktails and shakes that has the authenticity of the region. Waku Ghin’s cuisine celebrated their happiness after receiving a prestigious award recently; it was ranked 39th in World’s 50 Best Restaurants.

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Hours open: Mon to Sun – 6 pm to 8:30 pm

Cuisine: Japanese

Avg. Price: $85

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BAKALAKI Greek Taverna

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BAKALAKI offers authentic Greek food and is definitely one of the top places to go if you are looking for Greek places to eat in Singapore. All the ingredients used in cooking meals at BAKALAKI are sourced from authentic Greek suppliers to bring out the best flavours. Additionally, the chefs bring in traditional culinary recipes to bring proper Mediterranean food to the table, every time.

Not only the food but the ambience of the Taverna also embraces the welcoming Hellenic sensibilities. The restaurant is accompanied by a deli which is also open seven days a week.

Highlights: Another Greek tradition that they have brought is their fine Greek wine and beer selection to complement the food menu. 

3 Seng Poh Rd, Singapore 168891

Hours Open: 
Friday - Sunday: 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM & 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
                     Monday - Thursday 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Famous Cuisine: 
Greek cuisine 

Avg Price: 
$66 for two people

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Cheek By Jowl

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Cheek by Jowl can be described as a younger sibling of the Cheek Bistro and is run by Chef Rishi Naleendra and his wife Manuela Toniolo. The playful vibe of the restaurant is reflected in its food as well as its decor. With young staff, averaging at 26 years of age, the restaurant does not shy away from experimenting and bringing in bold flavours and unconventional combinations to the kitchen.

The restaurant has earned its Michelin stars in the last few years through its culinary philosophy and excellent presentation.

The food is not just experimental but also hearty and a place where you can go for filling meals with friends and family.

Location: 21 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069620

Hours Open: 
Monday - Friday: 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM & 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
                       Saturday: 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM
                       Sunday: Closed

Famous Cuisine: 
Western cuisine

Avg Price: 
$87 for two people
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One of Asia’s top 50 restaurants, Gunther’s Cuisine dominates the flavor of France followed by Asia and Europe. If you are looking for some subtle yet tongue tickling dishes that would take you on a trip in France, then you should hunt down Gunther’s and boost your mood and taste buds.

A quirky ambiance, friendly staffs and not too heavy on the pockets, Gunther is perfect for a family celebration or an elegant business meeting.

Everyday, Chef Gunther adds a special menu to the cart which is not available in the main menu. The ingredients of the cart menu will also be displayed for your imagination. The weekday set lunch menu has a 3 coarse appetizing meal.

Purvis Street, Singapore

Hours Open: 12 to 3 pm and 6:30 to 10: 30 pm (Monday to Saturday) Sunday closed

Cuisine: French, European and Asian

Avg. Price: Starts at S$38 

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Din Tai Fung

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Din Tai Fung is one of the most renowned chains of Taiwanese restaurants in Singapore whose cuisines will take your taste buds to a joyful ride.

Din Tai Fung is an international brand and its franchise rights have been taken over by the BreadTalkGroup in 2003. Today the brand has 20 outlets in Singapore serving an equal portion of love to its customer.

Highlights: One of the busiest chain of restaurants (in spite of owning 20 branches), Din Tai Fung preserves the ultimate Taiwanese culture through its menu. Listed in the top 10 best restaurants by New York Times, Din Tai Fung specialized in dumplings and soups.

Location: 20 Branches, the oldest is in the Paragon Shopping Centre

Hours Open:
Mon to Fri – 11:00 to 22:00 / Sat, Sun and Public Holidays – 10:00 to 22:00

Cuisine: Taiwanese (main), Chinese and Asian

Avg. Price: Between $100 - $140

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Nouri is the place to go if you are looking for restaurants in Singapore which are breaking traditions and bringing something new to the plate. When dining at Nouri, you can expect to sample not just a single cuisine but a culmination of different but familiar flavours and ingredients from across the globe.

Every meal and every dish cooked here is made based on the philosophy that food does not exist in isolation and the chefs at Nouri tries to bring together people by eliminating the boundaries of cuisine and type of food.

72 Amoy St, Singapore 069891

Hours Open: 
Monday & Saturday 6:00 PM – 12:00 AM
                     Tuesday - Friday: 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM & 6:00 PM – 12:00 AM
                      Sunday: Closed

Famous Cuisine: 
Modern European cuisine 

Avg Price: 
$140 for two people
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Candlenut can be counted not only amongst the best places to eat in Singapore but also the world when it comes to Peranakan Cuisine. It is the world’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant. Headed and owned by Chef Malcolm Lee, the restaurant offers contemporary yet authentic Chinese food which is elevated through innovation.

With tastefully done interiors, warm hospitality and special focus given to personal dietary requirements; the restaurant have everything to make for a memorable dining experience.

The seasonal menus ensure that you get only the freshest, wholesome food.

17A Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249676

Hours Open: 
Monday to Sunday: 12:00 PM–3:00 PM & 6:00 PM–10:00 PM

Famous Cuisine: 
Contemporary Peranakan Cuisine

Avg Price: 
$66 for two people

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Skyve Wine Bistro

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Skyve Wine Bistro is the best wine bistro open all day at Singapore. The place boasts a European flair and fare. The bistro offers different menus for different purposes and time of the day such as al a carte, breakfast, brunch, lunch, bar snacks and takeaway menu.

The restaurant also possesses different styles of catering for customers to choose from. The ambience is perfect, surrounded by lush landscape that also makes a perfect getaway with your friends.

Highlights: Enjoy some amazing live music by local bands on weekends. The wine bistro has more than 70+ labels of good wine starting at $49. Enjoy lots of varieties in sea food, meat and veg, impeccable service and cosy atmosphere.

Winstedt road, Singapore

Hours open: Monday to Thursday – 12 – 11pm / Friday to Sunday – 10 am to 12 pm

$70- 100 

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NOX - Dine in the Dark

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NOX - Dine in the Dark is one of the themed restaurants in Singapore. Here, you get to enjoy your meals in pitch darkness as you are guided by visually impaired staff. This unique experience lets you appreciate food through your sense of touch and smell, rather than your eyes.

The restaurant offers some excellent local and international dishes curated with the freshest ingredients. Along with the food, you can also sample some fine signature cocktails which are customised for each individual.

Highlights: The restaurant serves some scrumptious food and mind-altering dining experience. 

269 Beach Rd, Singapore 199546

Hours Open: 
Monday to Sunday: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Type of Restaurant: 
Modern European

Avg Price: 
$116 for two people

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Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House

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Founded in the year 2015 by owner-and-managing-director Ricky Ng, Blue Lotus Concepts International is a modern Chinese and Singaporean restaurant. The place is known for its innovative take on Chinese dishes and a modern menu. The restaurant is known to take risks and push the culinary boundaries of traditional cooking and flavours to bring excellent food on the table every time.

Highlights: Its Chilli Crab Dishes are said to be some of the best on the island.

31 Ocean Way, #01 - 13, Singapore 098375

Hours Open: 
Monday - Friday: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
                     Saturday & Sunday: 11:30 PM - 3:00 PM & 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Famous Cuisine: 
Modern Chinese and Singaporean Cuisine

Avg Price:
$106 for two people
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It is known to be the best restaurants in Singapore and one of the finest in the world. It is the first restaurant in Singapore to enter in the S. Pellegrino List. The place is named after the renowned hotelier Ignatius Chan. It is quite difficult to categorize the cuisine as the menu is an array of different combinations of European, Western and Eastern dishes.

Most of the dishes are created by the founder that has the flavors of Asian, European and Australian cuisines. The dishes have unusual names such as Bonito, Chlorophyll, etc.

Highlights: Winner of Asia’s best restaurant (thrice), Iggy’s boasts 8 unique and authentic coarse meals made with unusual combinations of flavors and spices.

Hilton Hotel, Orchard Road, Singapore.

Hours Open: 12 – 1:20 pm and 7 to 9:30 pm Monday to Saturday.

Cuisine: European, Western

Avg. Price: Starts at S $125 

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If you are looking for modern day urban dining which is both posh and relaxed, then Cure has to be on your list of restaurants in Singapore. Whether you are meeting someone for a quick bite or stopping by for a proper meal, Cure offers both, alongside excellent eating options.The restaurant offers a modern menu which is complemented by a cocktail bar which offers an informal tasting menu.

Highlights: The chef and owner of the place Andrew Walsh brings in years of experience of having worked in Michelin-starred kitchens with some of the biggest names of the culinary world. 

21 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089128

Hours Open: 
Wednesday - Friday: 12:00 PM–2:00 PM, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
                      Monday - Tuesday & Saturday: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
                      Sunday: Closed

Type of Restaurant: 
Modern European cuisine 

Avg Price: 
$141 for two people
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Osteria Mozza

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OsteriaMozza is a well-known Italian Restaurant in Los Angeles which has now set its foot on Singapore. The eatery specializes in tantalizing Italian cuisine and the bar displays more than 700 varieties of wines exclusively obtained from Italy.

The resto-bar is an American Styled Italian ambiance offering a three-course pre-theatre menu of antipasti, main course, and dessert. It has quite a few accolades under its names such as Asia’s 50 best restaurants and one of the 10 best restaurants in Singapore by the Elite Traveller.
Highlight: The only authentic Italian resto-bar in Marina Bay Sands with a beaming mozzarella in the center displaying an array of sumptuous pastries, mozzarella, burricotta and burrata cheese. The pasta is absolutely dreamy and creamy. Make a prior reservation for better service.

Location: Marina Sands Bay, Singapore

Hours Open: 5 – 11 pm every day, Sunday Lunch at 12 pm

Cuisine: Italian

Avg. Price: S$ 150

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BAM! is an Omakase-style restaurant which is a traditional Japanese dining style in which you surrender all the eating options to the chef. The restaurant transcends the boundaries of a specific cuisine as the chef Pepe Moncayo loves to experiment with colours, textures and flavours.

The restaurant itself spans across two shophouses with a warmly lit dining area,  a discreet dining area and a floor-to-ceiling Sake cellar. Sake, rice-based Japanese alcohol also plays an important role in completing the dining menu at BAM!

Driven by seasonal ingredients, the chef keeps evolving the menu to give the diners a unique experience every time. 

38 Tras St, Singapore 078977

Hours Open: 
Tuesday - Friday: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM & 6:00 PM- 10:30 PM
                       Saturday & Monday: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
                       Sunday: Closed

Type of Restaurant: 
Modern European, Western

Avg Price: 
$97 for two people
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Carousel Buffet, Royal Plaza on Scotts

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It is one of the finest International brand Buffet Restaurants in Singapore catering to a wide variety of tastes, including 7 open halal-certified kitchens. The menu contains sumptuous dishes from different parts of the world such as Asian, European, Japanese and Mediterranean. Carousal has won The Best Buffet Restaurant in Singapore for 6 consecutive years which made it enter the Hall of Fame AsiaOne People’s Choice Award.

Highlights: Enjoy signature dishes from the Chef themselves. 12 sheer pleasure giving seafood menu on the card including Japanese Sushi and Sashimi, three urban dessert counters for the sweet buffs and delicious Teppanyaki selections. Prior reservations are also welcomed.

Location: Royal Plaza, Scots rd, Singapore

Hours open: BF 6:30 to 10:00/ Lunch-12:00 to 14:00/ High Tea- 15:30 to 5:30/Dinner – 18:30 to 21:30

Cuisine: Buffet Asian and the Mediterranean

Avg price: Dinner starts at S$ 89.45 

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Restaurant ANDRE

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It’s been only 5 years, yet the Restaurant André has melted hearts of many visitors. In the elite gastronomy worldAndrés sophistication, elegant dishes, unique character and philosophy has surpassed other 10 year old eateries’ reputation. The place is led by André Chiang who is also a chef here.

The restaurant has lavish 8 course menu exclusive of wines, desserts and bouches that parades the chef’s proficiency in multi-faceted cuisine. The dishes’ main ingredients and techniques is dominated by French essence but is topped with Chinese, Taiwanese and European aromas and flavours.

Highlights: Set in one of the shophouses of Singapore’s China Town, the restaurant also includes an array of artefacts for sale such as art pieces, handcrafts, French wines and handmade clay figurines by the master Chef Chiang himself.

Location: BhukitPasohrd, Singapore.

Hours Open: Monday to Sunday 7 – 11 pm and 12 – 3 pm (Wednesdays and Fridays lunch).

Cuisine: French and Mediterranean.

Avg. Price: S$ 350 (dinner) and $ 198 (lunch) 

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Shinji by Kanesaka

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Shinji by Kanesaka is owned by 1 Michelin star Chef Shinji Kanesaka whose Tokyo-based Edo-style sushi restaurant is loved and appreciated across the globe. His desire to share age-old Japanese culinary traditions with the world also reflects in this restaurant in Singapore. Not only the food but the ambience of the restaurant is also true to old Japanese style restaurants with a carefully woven foundation of key elements.

The well-being of the guests is entrusted into the hands of Okami-san who makes sure that the diners are cared for, just like in traditional Japanese restaurants.

The restaurant is run on the Omakase menu which means that the menu is selected entirely by the chef. 

76 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189558

Hours Open: 
Monday - Saturday: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM & 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM
                      Sunday: Closed

Famous Cuisine: 
Japanese Cuisine, Omakase Dining

Avg Price: 
$325 for two people
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Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck Restaurant

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When looking for places to eat in Singapore, Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck is a name that must be ticked off the list. Largely known for its classic preparation of the roasted Peking duck whose recipe goes back to the centuries-old Emperor’s imperial kitchen; the restaurant serves several iterations of this popular dish.

 The restaurant which was opened in 2004, now has more than 20 branches in places like Singapore, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Incheon and London.

Apart from the duck, the restaurant also serves a plethora of iconic Chinese delicacies which are prepared using authentic techniques.

#05-42/45, Paragon, 290 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238859

Hours Open: 
Monday - Friday: 11:30 AM – 2:45 PM & 6:00 PM–10:00 PM
                     Saturday: 11:00 AM – 2:45 PM & 6:00 PM–10:00 PM
                     Sunday 10:30 AM – 2:45 PM & 6:00 PM–10:00 PM

Famous Cuisine: 
Asian, Chinese Cuisine

Avg Price: 
$54 for two people

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Hajah Maimunah

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Hajah Maimunah Restaurant was established in the 90s and is known for its traditional, Kampung-styled menu. It has a vast variety of dishes to choose from; especially the Sundanese Grilled Chicken, Lemak Siput and barbequed fish and a selection of over 40 dishes.

The restaurant also serves traditional dessert and Kuihs. The ambience of the restaurant is also rustic which matches the culinary offerings of the place.

Highlights: You can book the restaurant for their catering services to get the same excellent taste at your preferred venue.

11 Jln Pisang, Singapore 199078

Hours Open: 
Monday - Saturday: 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
                      Sunday: Closed

Famous Cuisine: 
Kampung-style Cuisine

Avg Price: 
$9 for two people
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With 2 Michelin stars under its belt, Odette is a favourite place for a Romantic Dinner in Singapore. Specialising in contemporary French cuisine, it uses seasonal and artisanal ingredients to produce some of the most beautiful dishes, both elegant and delicious, for its customers. Odette is also ranked number 9 in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Highlights: If your partner is an art lover who loves food, this will be the perfect place you bring them to since it is located in the National Gallery of Singapore.

Cuisine: French

Location: 1 St. Andrew’s Road, National Gallery, Singapore

Hours Open: Monday: 19:00 to 21:00
                       Tuesday to Saturday: 12:00 to 13:30, 19:00 to 21:00
                       Sunday closed

Avg. Price: $215 for two people

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Samy's Curry

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Samy’s Curry is the restaurant to go if you are looking for traditional cooking with well-loved recipes and trusted flavours. Established in the 1960s by Chef Mr M. Veerasamy, the restaurant is still a family-run establishment but with many accolades under its name.

Highlights: The delicious food, friendly service and unmatched hospitality have been attracting customers from across the island for more than half a century and the dishes like their Masala Chicken, Fish Head Curry, Fish Cutlet and Mysore Mutton remain all-time favourites amongst loyal customers.

25 Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249670

Hours Open: 
Wednesday - Monday: 11am–3pm, 6–10pm
                     Tuesday: Closed

Famous Cuisine: 
Indian Cuisine

Avg Price: 
$23 for two people
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National Kitchen by Violet Oon

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If you are looking for Asian gourmet restaurants in Singapore, then there is no better place to be than at National Kitchen by Violet Oon. The restaurant brings you some of the best foods inspired by Nyonya, Chinese, Indian and Malay kitchens. The restaurant offers an apt environment whether you are dining with family or supping with friends.

Their meals are prepared using only the best and finest quality ingredients and are served by sophisticated staff. 

1 St Andrew's Rd, #02–01 National Gallery, Singapore 178957

Hours Open: Monday to Sunday: 
12:00 PM–5 PM & 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Famous Cuisine: 
Nyonya and Singapore cuisine

Avg Price: 
$49 for two people

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  1. What are the best Restaurants in Singapore for families?

    1. Open Farm Community: Located at Dempsey, this establishment features a popular café that specializes in regional cuisines but serves them with a twist. Popular amongst local families to tourists alike, here you can have BBQ chicken, coconut laksa, fish pie and lasagne.

    2. Buffet Town: A big and bustling place, this restaurant offers plenty of food dishes in unlimited amounts, including seafood, grilled Japanese dishes, pizzas, salad, and desserts. It also has a play area for kids and arranges parties for them.

    3. Trapizza: Located on Siloso Beach, Trapizza is an ideal destination to have Italian dishes with your family. From thin-crust pizzas, pasta, salads, snacks to desserts, you can savour a range of dishes while enjoying exotic beach views.

    4. The Picnic Urban Food Park: Situated away from the city's hustle-bustle, this place is great to enjoy scenic and peaceful dining with your family. The food park is slightly themed on Alice in Wonderland and has 13 food trucks serving a diverse range of multi-national dishes, including Korean rice bowls, Mexican tacos, Singaporean snacks, and some tasty cupcakes. Visit this place at any special events organized by the park to have a remarkable food and fun experience.
  2. What are the famous Restaurants in Singapore for couples?

    1. The Lighthouse Restaurant and Rooftop Bar: A perfect place for a romantic date dinner, it serves a range of Italian and European dishes and beverages. Book a window-side table at this restaurant and relish your favourite delicacies while enjoying amazing sunset sceneries.

    2. NOX
    - Dine in the Dark: Decorated in a literal pitch-black hue, this place offers a wonderful location to enjoy a romantic dinner amidst a dynamic mysterious ambience. Open from 9:00 am to 10:30 pm, this restaurant is a must-try for its diverse range of dishes, including Bacciferous, Milotini, and Tiramisu.

    3. Flutes Restaurant & Bar:
    A hot favourite amongst couples and youngsters, this place offers modern European gastronomy along with a lively ambience. It features exceptional food, a customer-driven mindset, and romantic essence. The wine selection of the restaurant is another highlight that adds to its appeal and charm.

    4. The Cliff:
    An ideal place to dine with your beloved for a romantic evening, the Cliff offers great food, a fascinating ambience and majestic views of the sea. The restaurant features al-fresco dining and drinking facilities for couples for a quiet and intimate dining experience.