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Universal Studios Singapore Restaurants

1. Feng Shui Inn
2. Curate Cucina Pisana
3. Table65
4. Osia Steak and Seafood Grill
5. TEPPAN by Chef Yonemura
6. Syun
7. Bread Talk
8. Michael's Lounge
9. KT's Grill
10. Central Hong Kong Cafe

Restaurants in Universal Studios Singapore offer a variety of cuisines that can be enjoyed by visitors, keeping them satisfied and happy. Relish some amazing Japanese restaurants such as Syun, which offers authentic and traditional Japanese cuisine, made with fresh and high quality ingredients. For a more elegant and sophisticated experience go for Feng Shui Inn, which offers some of the best Chinese dishes in Singapore.

Experience the rare Piscan cuisine at Curate Cucina Pisana, one and only Piscan restaurant in Singapore, crowning the list of best restaurants in Universal Studios Singapore, by offering authentic Italian dishes twisted with traditional Piscan flavours. For those seeking culinary adventures beyond borders, consider checking out Singapore packages from India to explore a fusion of flavors from both Australia and Singapore.

Explore the high quality Australian cuisine, offering some juicy and tender Australian meat, such as pork, beef, etc. providing a mouth watering dining experience in a comfortable and cosy atmosphere. One can also find traditional Singaporean breads made with international ingredients and techniques, inventing over 1000 special recipes of breads.

Here is a list of the Universal Studios Singapore Restaurants:

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Feng Shui Inn

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Feng Shui Inn is a Chinese restaurant in Universal Studios Singapore, offering authentic Cantonese cuisine, innovated and crafted by Chef Li Kwok Kwong. The menu has been well crafted to suit different tastes and choices of ingredients, with lobster bisque and braised imperial bird’s nest as their speciality.Dine in a comfortable setting, decorated with a contemporary and ultra modern interior, which provides an elegant look to the restaurant based in a theme park. 

Location: Equarius Hotel, Lobby

What To Eat:
Braised imperial bird’s nest with fish maw,  Assorted seafood in lobster bisque, Stir-fried grouper with Huaishan and Luffa, and the Stir-fried Beef tenderloin with black pepper. 

Opening Hours:
Lunch: 11am (1st Seating), 1pm (2nd Seating)
                            Dinner: 6pm (1st seating), 8:30pm (2nd seating)


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Curate Cucina Pisana

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One of the most famous restaurants in Universal Studios Singapore is the popular Curate Cucuina Pisana, known as the only Pisan specialty restaurant present in Singapore. Offering delicious and authentic Italian dishes, made with fresh ingredients and traditional Pisan flavours.

A well crafted menu will greet you at Curate Cucina Pisana, where you can explore their special seafood dishes, created by Chef de Cuisine Davide Bizzarri. Relish the delectable dishes served in a comfortable and cosy atmosphere, interiored with earthy tone furniture, offering a relaxing ambience. 

Location:
The Forum, Level 1

What To Eat:
Fusilli di Pisa - Lobster Pasta, Risotto Tartufo - Mushroom Risotto, antipasto, Risotto Baccalà Prosecco e Zafferano or Punta di Petto. 

Opening Hours
: 11.30am-3pm (Lunch), 5pm-10pm (Dinner) (Close on Wednesday and Thursday)

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Table65

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Restaurants in Universal Studios Singapore now host a Michelin star modern European restaurant, offering high quality presentation skills and delectable taste. A menu especially crafted by Chef Richard van Oostenbrugge and Thomas Groot, veteran Dutch Chefs, providing innovative and modern dishes, twisted with contemporary flavours and traditional techniques.

One should definitely savour their Apple Dessert, which is known to be very famous on social media for its taste and looks. Enjoy a good meal with your loved ones in their cosy and comfortable seating arrangements, with a view of their open kitchen, offering a fresh insight of the dishes.

Location: Hotel Michael, Level 1

What To Eat:
Apple Dessert, Lobster, Caviar and Foie Gras

Opening Hours:
6pm-10pm (Monday Closed)

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Osia Steak and Seafood Grill

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One of the most loved restaurants in Universal Studios Singapore is Osia Steak and Seafood Grill, offering high quality Australian meat based dishes, twisted with modern flavours. A menu curated by celebrity chef Scott Webster, this restaurant offers dishes made with fresh ingredients and authentic Australian flavours. Bangalow Sweet Pork, Mayura Station Full Blood Wagyu Beef Striploin, and Glacier 51 Toothfish, are some of their signature dishes, providing a mouth-watering experience to you. One can explore all these delectable dishes served in a comfortable and cosy ambience, decorated with earthy tone seating arrangements.

Location: Festive Walk

What To Eat: 
Stockyard Beef’s colossal 1.5kg ribeye tomahawks, Mayura Station’s lucious Matsusaka full-blood Wagyu ribeye MS8+, grilled lobsters and Skull Island king tiger prawns, Hazelnut Souffle, Hot Chocolate Soup

Opening Hours:
Lunch: 11.30am-3pm
                            Dinner: 6pm-10pm 
                            (Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday)

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TEPPAN by Chef Yonemura

Restaurants in Universal Studios Singapore presents an innovative Japanese restaurant, opened by one Michelin star Chef Yonemura. Offering a modern combination of teppanyaki, cocktail mixology and flambé desserts, this restaurant serves delicious and authentic Japanese dishes. A menu well curated by the Chef, serves delectable platters made with fresh ingredients and high quality flavors, from east and west.

Dine in a cosy and elegant restaurant, offering comfortable seating arrangements for all its visitors. Mushroom Croquette with Beef Stew Sauce, Wagyu Hamburg Steak, Clam and Lobster Bouillabaisse, etc are some of their best sellers. 

Location:
The Forum, Level 1

What To Eat:
Mushroom Croquette with Beef Stew Sauce, Wagyu Hamburg Steak, Clam and Lobster Bouillabaisse, Crepe Suzette

Opening Hours:
Lunch: 12pm - 2.30pm
                              Dinner: 6pm - 10pm
                              (Closed every Tuesday and Wednesday)

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Syun

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Syun is a Japanese restaurant in Universal Studios Singapore, offering flavorful contemporary dishes, made with the freshest ingredients. Creating a menu using Western cooking techniques and Japanese contemporary techniques, the restaurant serves authentic dishes suitable for the majority of taste buds.The restaurant has a comfortable seating arrangement, decorated with vibrant interior and humble service.

Popularly known for their seafood cuisine, one must try their Sea Urchin Rolled by Wagyu Beef, a traditional Japanese dish served on a cute little golden spoon, making it social media worthy. People from around are fascinated by this kind of presentation, making it one of the most popular dishes of Syun. 

Location: Festive Walk

What To Eat:
Sea Urchin Rolled by Wagyu Beef, Wagyu Beef Sukiyaki, Kurobuta Pork, Wagyu Beef Shabu-Shabu

Opening Hours:
Lunch: 12pm (1st Seating); 1.30pm (2nd Seating)
                             Dinner: 6pm (1st Seating); 8pm (2nd Seating) 
                             (Close on Monday and Tuesday)

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Bread Talk

Bread Talk is a famous restaurant in Universal Studios Singapore, offering over 1000 varieties of unique recipes to serve you with their finest quality dishes. Here one can learn about breads like never before, made with international ingredients and traditional techniques, the place is known for their perfectly baked breads.

The restaurant focuses on tantalising a palate that can experience different textures, balanced with unique flavours and ingredients, to serve you a perfect European artisan's bread. As you enter the place a sweet aroma takes over your senses and makes you fall in love with the place. 

Location: The Forum, B1

What To Eat:
Five Blessings, First Love, Circle of Life, Singa Shake, Ah Lemak

Opening Hours:
8am - 5pm (Thursday - Sunday)

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Michael's Lounge

A fusion restaurant in Universal Studios Singapore, bringing back the traditional ‘tableside cooking’ by offering delicious dishes made with fresh ingredients. The place is perfect for spending a lazy afternoon with your family and friends, as they are known for their chic interior providing a relaxing and calm atmosphere.

With their traditional yet unique tableside cooking techniques, one will be fascinated by their caesar salad, a signature dish prepared in front of you at your very own table. Enjoy varieties of drinks in their cosy bar and relish their continental dishes filled with oozing flavours.

Location: Hotel Michael, Lobby

What To Eat:
Caesar Salad, Steak Diana Marsala and Bananas Flambe

Opening Hours:
12pm – 12am (Daily)

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KT's Grill

KT’s Grill is a Tapas and a bar, famously known for its jumbo thrills, offering platters filled with western dishes, and served with chilled beer. Providing a comfortable and casual dining experience, the place has been known for their burgers oozing with flavours, made with fresh ingredients and big portions of meals.

Served by humble staff members the place serves burgers, fries, and steak as their speciality, along with rotisserie chicken, cooked with perfection. Enjoy a hearty meal with your kids or friends and experience that tapas environment once in your life.

Location: Universal Studios Singapore

What To Eat:
Burger, Steak, Fries, Chicken

Opening Hours:
5pm-8pm

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Central Hong Kong Cafe

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An authentic Hong Kong restaurant in Singapore located in the Universal Studios, offers traditional flavours of Hong Kong, by serving almost all the famous staple food from the streets of Hong Kong. The place has been majorly known for serving Wanton Noodles, Chee Cheong Fun Hong Kong style, Beef Brisket Noodle, Rickshaw Noodle, etc. all famous rice plates of Hong Kong, made with high quality and fresh ingredients, twisted with oozing spicy flavours. The decor of the place has been inspired by the 70s Canto-pop songs and memorabilia, supported by posters of famous singers and their albums. 

Location: The Forum, B1

What To Eat:
Hong Kong Wanton Noodles, stocking milk tea, ginger coca cola, Chee Cheong Fun Hong Kong style

Opening Hours:
10am – 10pm (Daily)

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People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. Which are the best Japanese restaurants in Sentosa Island?

    1. Akira Back: Known as one of the best Japanese restaurants in Sentosa, Akira Back offers authentic Japanese food twisted with Korean flavours. A menu well prepared with organic and fresh ingredients, the place provides a comfortable and elegant dining experience, with sushi and sashimi as their main dishes.

    2. Syun:
    Known as one of the best Japanese restaurants in Universal Studios Singapore, the place offers fusion Japanese cuisine dishes, made with Western contemporary techniques and modern Japanese techniques. Enjoy their seafood menu especially Sea Urchin Rolled by Wagyu Beef.

    3. TEPPAN by Chef Yonemura:  
    A Japanese restaurant in Universal Studios Singapore, offering authentic and delicious Japanese cuisine made by combining teppanyaki, cocktail mixology and flambé desserts. A menu created by Michelin star chef Yonemura, is prepared with fresh and high quality ingredients. Mushroom Croquette with Beef Stew Sauce is one of their signature dishes, made with a combination of eastern and western flavours.

    4. Waku Ghin:
    A Japanese restaurant that believes in providing great culinary experience to their visitors by offering high quality and fresh dishes, filled with flavours and perfected by traditional techniques. Dine in a restaurant that is decorated by experts, making it an elegant and sophisticated place to enjoy your meals.

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  2. Which are the famous restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Akira Back: Known as one of the best Japanese restaurants in Sentosa, Akira Back offers authentic Japanese food twisted with Korean flavours. A menu well prepared with organic and fresh ingredients, the place provides a comfortable and elegant dining experience, with sushi and sashimi as their main dishes.

    2. Syun:
    Known as one of the best Japanese restaurants in Universal Studios Singapore, the place offers fusion Japanese cuisine dishes, made with Western contemporary techniques and modern Japanese techniques. Enjoy their seafood menu especially Sea Urchin Rolled by Wagyu Beef.

    3. TEPPAN by Chef Yonemura:
    A Japanese restaurant in Universal Studios Singapore, offering authentic and delicious Japanese cuisine made by combining teppanyaki, cocktail mixology and flambé desserts. A menu created by Michelin star chef Yonemura, is prepared with fresh and high quality ingredients. Mushroom Croquette with Beef Stew Sauce is one of their signature dishes, made with a combination of eastern and western flavours.

    4. Waku Ghin:
    A Japanese restaurant that believes in providing great culinary experience to their visitors by offering high quality and fresh dishes, filled with flavours and perfected by traditional techniques. Dine in a restaurant that is decorated by experts, making it an elegant and sophisticated place to enjoy your meals.

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  3. What are the best rides at Universal Studios Singapore?

    There are various rides at Universal Studios Singapore. Some of them are as follows:

    1. Battlestar Galactica:
    Human vs Cylon: Known as the tallest duelling roller coaster in the world, experience the ultimate thrill as you race with other coasters riding with you. Explore the sharp turns, dips and adventurous drops while riding the Battlestar Galactica themed roller coaster. Enjoy with your friends and family the ultimate adrenaline rush, in the battle of good vs evil. 

    2. Transformer
    -The Ride: Get ready to board on the adventurous hyper-realistic 3D ride, offering a thrilling experience for you to live like a hero, by giving you an opportunity to save the planet, as you go through the difficulties of zipping through the city streets, or crawling through the subway tunnels, making it an ultimate chasing ride, filled with twists and turns.

    3. Revenge Of The Mummy:
    Offering the ultimate thrill of your life, Revenge of the Mummy will take you on a scary ride filled with darkness, where one will experience sharp turns, tilting, climbing, and dropping, all in one high speed roller coaster.

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  4. How to reach Universal Studios Singapore?

    The best way to reach Universal Studios Singapore is through the North East Metro Line, which will drop you at ViVo City Mall, from where you will get a Monorail straight for the Waterfront Station. Follow the signs from the Waterfront Station and walk your way to the Universal Studios.

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  5. What is so special about Universal Studios Singapore?

    It is the only theme park in Southeast Asia that offers 24 thrilling rides with various numerous attractions and shows, all summed up in 7 different themed zones. The place is an ultimate destination for leisure and fun activities, with delicious dining options and accommodations.

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