Amoy Street Restaurant
If you’re looking for the best restaurants on Amoy Street, look no further!
We’ve compiled a list of the 10 most popular eateries in this district, so you can be sure to find something to your taste. Whether you’re in the mood for Chinese, Japanese, Thai, or Indian cuisine, from casual eateries to fine dining establishments, Amoy Street restaurant has got you covered.
So what are you waiting for? Start browsing our list and make a reservation today!
|Address||52a Amoy St, Singapore 069878|
|Phone||+65 8869 6520|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Saturday: 6PM–12AM|
Not only does Native come up with all of its cocktails from scratch, it also forages unusual cocktail components – such as oyster distillate, laksa leaves, and coffee chaff – from local producers and grows them on its own rooftop farm.
This bar, which features a natural-inspiration design and touches of upcycling, breathes with new, eco-friendly life. It’s no surprise that Native was one of the recipients of the Ketel One Sustainable Bar Award.
- Supporting local and regional craftsmen
- Love to work with ingredients they are familiar with
- Love to discover
Amazing experience! A must visit if you are looking for some interesting twists and creative cocktails, all made from produce sourced from Asia.
The service is outstanding, we were given a full tour with a detailed explanation of each cocktail.
We will visit again for sure to try what we couldn’t this time around !Aveenash Tewari
2. Chico Loco
|Address||102 Amoy St, Singapore 069922|
|Phone||+65 3158 3539|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Wednesday: 11:30am – 10:30pm|
Thursday to Friday: 11:30am – 11:30pm
Saturday: 5pm – 11pm
Chico Loco, a casual-chic restaurant from the Super Loco and Lucha Loco team, is another great spot to get down and dirty with Mexican foods. Head down for their new dinner menu with table service if you’ve already tried and loved their signature rotisserie chickens.
Begin your meaty meal with Taco de Mysterio, a soft corn tortilla stuffed with secret contents, then dig into their Beef Fillet Steak, a slab of porcini-rubbed Angus fillet amped up with anchi chilli mayo. As for desserts, how about crisp Churros dunked in spiced Mexican chocolate.
- Best Roast Chicken
- Largest range of frozen margaritas
- Perfect spot for a casual lunch or a hearty dinner
Excellent place on Amoy. Really enjoyed the chilled vibe.Hieu Huynh
Ordered the fish taco, quarter chicken and mango passionfruit juice.
Everything came out very quickly.
I was surprised the fish taco was only the 1 taco. Tacos should come in pairs at least at that size.
Fish was cooked perfectly and crunchy.
Chicken was cooked well and very moist. The dry rub has a good flavour.
This place understand environmentalism – no plastic to be seen, metal utensils and water in a glass bottle.
3. Basque Kitchen by Aitor
|Key Services||Fine dining restaurant|
|Address||3 Fullerton Rd, #02-01/02/03 The Fullerton Waterboat House, Singapore 049215|
|Phone||+65 6224 2232|
|Operating Hours||Tuesday & Wednesday: 6:30–11PM|
Thursday to Saturday: 12–2:30PM, 6:30–11PM
Despite its French and Spanish neighbors, the cuisine of the Basque Country bask in the limelight thanks to Chef Aitor Jeronimo’s newest venture. This Michelin-starred restaurant serves Basque classics like chargrilled Turbot with a garlic pil-pil sauce, extremely beefy txuleta steaks, and fried Guernica peppers.
Fans of Fromage shouldn’t pass up on their Artisanal Cheese Selection, which includes offbeat cheeses from across Spain’s provinces.
- Established in October 2018
- Singapore’s first Basque-centric restaurant
- Celebrating the country’s indigenous culture and produce
Unique experience for me & friend. The plating, creativity of the food and service are all top notch! No regrets having a birthday celebration here. Speechless on how amaze I am by each and every dish that is served. I will come back again for sure. Price is on the high side but if you want to have a new experience, try this out.shaun chong
4. Dumpling Darlings
|Key Services||Dumpling restaurant|
|Address||SG, Amoy St, #44, Singapore 069870|
|Phone||+65 8223 9249|
|Operating Hours||Tuesdays – Sundays|
Lunch: 11am – 3pm
(last orders at 2.30pm)
Dinner: 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Fri & Sat: 11.30pm)
(Tue – Thurs last orders at 10pm, Fri & Sat last orders at 11pm )
At Dumpling Darlings, the star attraction is without a doubt the dumplings. These doughy delicacies come from all across the world, including tongue-numbing Spicy Sichuan, East European-inspired Fried Pierogi, and Veggie Mandu with a gochujang kick. They also have a lovely trio of noodle bowls, including the Miso Mushroom Noodles, a crowd-pleaser thanks to their braised mushrooms and miso tare.
- Relaxed, compact eatery
- Serving homestyle dumpling & noodle dishes
- Fruit-inspired cocktails.
Delicious noodles and dumplings. Smoked Duck, Pierogi, and Momo were my favourite dumplings. Their side dish is free-flow, and are a great addition to your noodles.
Beverages are refreshing- Longan Osmanthus and Passionfruit Ginger Soda
Great atmosphere, great service.
Definitely worth the calories and price.Goh Cheelin
|Address||84 Amoy St, Singapore 069903|
|Phone||+65 6513 7868|
TUES—SAT 6PM ONWARDS
FRI & SAT 12PM ONWARDS
The food should be a pleasurable activity, and chefs Rishi Naleendra and Gareth Burnett have created a space to reflect that idea. You’ll enjoy delectable meals like grilled oyster with betel leaf, coconut, and finger lime, as well as Sri Lankan stout with licorice bread, if you dine at this restaurant. Talk about a taste of paradise!
- Showcase of thoughtful, expressive dishes
- Immaculate service
- Have an intimate private room
The overall dining experience is one of the best I got in Singapore. Try the mocktail pairing with the meal. There was so much effort and though in its preparation that makes it so much more interesting than just having the meal with wine. Food presentation and preparation was almost flawless.Teck Boon
6. Wang Dae Bak
|Key Services||Korean BBQ|
|Address||98 Amoy St, Singapore 069918|
|Phone||+65 6226 0450|
|Operating Hours||Daily: 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM|
Unlike most Korean barbecue restaurants that utilize gas grills, Wang Dae Bak distinguishes itself from the competition by providing charcoal grills, giving the restaurant’s BBQ dishes a distinctive smoky flavor.
Is there anything else we don’t have any gripes about? Free flow egg. You may cook the egg bath surrounding the BBQ plate by having servers pour an egg mixture into a moat surrounding it. But if you’d rather not deal with the work of cooking food yourself, Wang Dae Bak provides a hearty Korean cuisine that includes army stew and kimchi pancake.
- Charcoal BBQ
- Pocha BBQ
Awesome Korean BBQ, recommend by Koreans. It was difficult to get a reservation! Great service, tasty beef and noodle dishes, and fast flowing beer and soju! Only wish we could have continued longer. Excellent night out with friends!Michela Zanata
7. Birds of a Feather
|Address||115 Amoy St, #01-01, Singapore 069935|
|Phone||+65 9755 7115|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Thursday|
12:00pm — 3:00pm
6:00pm — 11:00pm
Saturday — Saturday
12:00pm — 3:00pm
6:00pm — 12:00am
12:00pm — 3:00pm
6:00pm — 10:00pm
The culinary scene in Sichuan is about to take off. Inspired by the Chinese folklore of the Four Sunbirds from the province of Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan, Birds of a Feather serves up delectable dishes like Sichuan Maine lobster, oxtail soup, and homestyle braised pork belly with black truffle and egg confit.
- Choice fusion dishes & cocktails
- Served in a comfy locale with leafy decor & happy-hour specials.
First time dining here after seeing so many nice reviews, and it most certainly lived up to its reputation, reviews are well deserved as well.
Ambience is warm and refreshing.
Food is absolutely delicious.
Service is amazing, everybody there are friendly and attentive.
Definitely worth the price, 10/10 recommend and will definitely return again.Zheng JiaCheng
8. Avenue 87
|Address||47 Amoy St, Singapore 069873|
|Phone||+65 9838 8401|
|Operating Hours||Monday & Tuesday: 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10PM|
Thursday to Saturday: 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10PM
Modern cuisine is frequently characterized by strange sights and unusual twists. But at Avenue 87, Alex Phan and Glen Tay are driving things in a new direction – the friends go on a trip down memory lane at their modern-Asian restaurant.
Avenue 87 is the spot where old and new methods are combined and explored in order to create a comfortable cuisine that is both nostalgic yet contemporary. Many components are made from scratch. The area’s traditions, travels, and professional discourse influence each dish. The memories, experiences, and conversations of the chefs have transformed many well-known recipes.
- Local in heart
- Avenue of taste
- Co-founded by Alex Phan and Glen Tay
Food was excellent, service was superb. My friend and i shared the Christmas menu and a regular lunch menu. They made sure we had our own platter each time so we could sample from both, and took notice to change the platter regularly. Excellent quality of food for the price! At the end, the Christmas menu was entitled to a free gift, but they offered the gifts to both of us. Very sweet of them. Highly recommended!! ⭐Shilsy Wilsy
9. Hashida Singapore
|Key Services||Japanese restaurant|
|Address||77 Amoy St, Singapore 069896|
|Phone||+65 8129 5336|
|Operating Hours||Wednesday to Sunday:12–3PM, 7–10:30PM|
Along Amoy Street, in the city’s historic core, it is the little things that impress at Kenjiro “Hatch” Hashida’s third, and most recent, iteration of his eponymous restaurant.
The interior is graced with elegant fixtures and personal touches, which begins the journey. Enter through the torii gates and take a seat in one of three dining rooms, each with its own distinct atmosphere. In the eight-seater room, a traditional detached roof peeks through, while an ancient 200-year-old sakura wood beam frames.
- Explore a multitude of inventive creations
- Served in signature omakase-style
- Celebrity Chef Kenjiro ‘Hatch’ Hashida
Very very good meal and pleasant experience. Every dish was well prepared , balanced and refined. Little details from the use of Gin pepper on Sushi to caramelized sauce on their signature Monkfish liver has demonstrated effort to bring the flavors to a next level. Service was top notch – other than very attentive staff, the restaurant was also very generous to offer sampling of three sake before I picked my preferred choice. Go Hashida, you won’t regret.Vivian Yeo
10. The Flying Squirrel
|Key Services||Japanese restaurant|
|Address||#01-02 92 Amoy St, Singapore 069911|
|Phone||+65 6226 2203|
|Operating Hours||Lunch Monday to Friday:|
11.30am-3pm (last order 2.30pm)
Dinner Monday to Thursday:
5.30pm – 11.30pm (last order 10pm food, 11pm drinks)
Dinner Friday & Saturday
5.30pm – 12am (last order 11.30pm)
With its secret entrance (you must enter via the side alley), exposed brick surfaces, and tiny square windows, the trendy restaurant at Amoy Street has a cool, subterranean atmosphere.
The Flying Squirrel is a popular lunch and dinner haunt that serves Japanese-inspired dishes including sashimi, handmade sushi, and bento lunches, as well as truffled ebi fry, uni shooters served with sake and yuzu ponzu, and a wagyu burger pâté.
- Hidden Sushi Bar
- Inspired by the love of travel, coffee, art, music and Japanese food
- Humbly-sized, hole-in-the-wall hideout
Great dining experience. Wonderful friendly and casual service. Not too stuffy. Small space but more spacious than most izakaya due to social distancing. Love the details given on the food. Proper sushi rice was used. Great ingredients and handled well. The surprise star of the night was the vegetarian sushi platter – such great care was given to simple and noble ingredients reflected the chef’s love and ingenuity.KC LEE
Amoy Street Restaurant
The diversity of restaurants on Amoy Street is legendary, with cuisines from all over the world on offer. Amoy Street has a restaurant that will suit your palette whether you’re in the mood for Chinese, Japanese, Thai, or Indian cuisine. There may be a lot of great alternatives to select from when it comes to dining.
We hope you have found your next destination for your upcoming family dinner or friend’s night out!
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