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50 Best Restaurants Singapore Options You Should Try [2023]

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Singapore’s dining out culture recently shifted to eating in at home. With regulations still in place to tackle the Covid-19 situation in Singapore, dining out is still not possible for the next month. But, we’re not complaining as our favourite restaurants in Singapore have been pushing out food takeaway and food delivery in Singapore options during this period.

To make it easier for you, we have gathered the 50 Best Restaurants in Singapore for Takeaway and Delivery. Hence, if you are not in the mood to cook, these top restaurants in Singapore provide great and convenient options for you!

Also, if you are looking for other activities to do and entertain yourself, family members and friends at home, consider checking out our Creative DIY Home Experience Kits or Virtual Team Building Experiences. Check out the following links below for more related articles.

1. Enjoy Eating House & Bar

Enjoy Eating House & Bar - Restaurants Singapore
Enjoy Eating House & Bar – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Enjoy Eating)
Key Services:Modern Zi Char, Local food, Takeaway, Delivery
Address:383 Jalan Besar 209001
Phone:9299 1601
Operating Hours:11am to 11pm (during CB, No dine-in), 11am to 1am (Dine-in)

Enjoy Eating House & Bar was founded on the principle of making the most out of the precious moments you have by enjoying some of the greatest pleasures life can bring.

This is why Singaporean Chef-Owner Joel and his team strive every day, putting in that extra effort to present you local food as it should be – fresh, heartwarming and frickin’ delicious! One of the most highly-rated restaurants in the heart of Singapore in Jalan Besar, this is the place to go if you’re looking for flavourful, comfort food and a great time with friends and family. Enjoy Food, Enjoy Company, Enjoy Life. Order food delivery in Singapore from Enjoy Eating House & Bar today!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Distinctly local restaurant helmed by a local chef owner Joel Ong.
  2. Featuring a modern zichar-style menu with traditional flavours.
  3. All our sauces and marinades are made from scratch with no-added MSG and cooked fresh upon order to create food that we are truly proud to call our own.

Customer Review:

Enjoyed the variety of fusion food available on menu and especially love the chef Joel’s BBQ pork cheek mee kia! Those pork cheeks are so yummy I might want to do a delivery again soon. Also enjoy the chendol pudding and satay. Overall had a pleasant surprise as I did not expect much from this eatery. Thumbs up! Great food · Creative cuisine

Shirley Sng

2. EagleWings Loft

EagleWings Loft - Restaurants Singapore
EagleWings Loft – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Eagle Wings Loft)
Key Services:Delivery, Take-out, and Drive-Through
Address:9 King Albert Park, #01-14/33/34, Singapore 598332
Phone:8151 7777
Operating Hours:10am – 10pm

EagleWings Loft features a casual yet sophisticated ambience, bringing you the finest cuisines from Eaglewings’ travels around the region, that will take you on a colourful discovery of the East & West. Our signature dish “Lobster Risotto” is a fusion of the finest catch from the sea imbued with wholesome grain rice from the land. Order food delivery in Singapore from EagleWings Loft today!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Great Quality Fine-Dining Cuisine
  2. Great Value – e.g. Wagyu Burger under $20!
  3. Island-wide delivery available

Customer Review:

Had an excellent Wagyu Foie Gras Burger here. Juicy patty complemented with the soft and tender foie gras complete with caramelised onions, a slice of tomato and herbal tomato purée. My fiancée had the Wagyu Risotto and it was amazing too. Will come back after the circuit-breaker measures are over!

Facebook User

3. Fresh Fruits Lab

Fresh Fruits Lab - Restaurants Singapore
Fresh Fruits Lab – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Fresh Fruits Lab)
Key Services:Food services
Address:351 Changi Road Singapore 419818
Phone:+65 6677 6741
Operating Hours:Mon- Fri, 11am-10pm | Sat- Sun, 10am-10pm

At Fresh Fruits Lab, the menu is specially designed and handcrafted to incorporate a fruity element in many of the dishes, adding a dash of tangy excitement to our customers’ dining experience. Our specialities include our Signature Fish & chips, The Da Bomb Burger & Masago caviar Pasta. As Fresh Fruits Lab revolves around a laboratory theme, beakers are used as cups and customers get a complementary rack of juice shots served in test tubes. In addition, props are also available for customers to take photos. Order food delivery in Singapore from Fresh Fruits Lab today!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Fresh Fruits Lab’s menu is specially crafted to infuse a fruity element into our delicacies.
  2. A family friendly restaurant. We provide a section of toys for children to enjoy and play while they are dining.
  3. Our cold press juice concoctions are unique as we would mix different fruits and vegetables together to bring out the best characteristics of each fruit and vegetables.

4. The Refinery

The Refinery - Restaurants Singapore
The Refinery – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: The Refinery)
Key Services:Delicious Grain Bowls + Coffee Delivered Islandwide
Address:115 King George’s Ave #01-02 Singapore 208561
Phone:6293 1204
Operating Hours:1000 – 1930 (Daily)

The Refinery serves a variety of Japanese inspired grain bowls such as the popular Truffled Gyudon, Salmon Poke Bowl, other delish sides like the Salted Egg Yolk Onion Rings, Mentaiko Fries as well as freshly brewed coffee and teas delivered straight to your homes and offices. Order food delivery in Singapore from The Refinery today!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Freshly made each day
  2. Voted one of the best and most affordable eats by popular food blogs like Seth Lui and Eatbook
  3. Island-wide delivery available

Customer Review:

Ordered lunch from The Refinery due to the Circuit Breaker period, and I must say, their food quality standard was still the same (as good!) as the time I visited the cafe about two years back. I left out an item from the bundle meal set and they were very nice to call me up immediately to add back the missing item. The delivery came on time, the raw salmon bowl is fresh, rest of the food arrived warm and tasty, plus the service is good nonetheless. Highly recommend to anyone who craves for a good wholesome meal!

Katharine Tan

5. Orchid Live Seafood

Orchid Live Seafood - Restaurants Singapore
Orchid Live Seafood – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Orchid Live Seafood)
Key Services:Teochew Chinese Restaurant specialising on Live Seafood
Address:We have 2 branches currently:
1 Bah Soon Pah Rd S769959 (main)
16 Jalan Kelulut S809033
Phone:6756 0311 | 6484 2495
Operating Hours:11am – 230pm | 5pm – 10pm

Orchid Live Seafood started since 1999, with our signature dish Live Lobster Porridge at Orchid Country Club Driving Range. Since then, we have moved & expanded to 2 branches.

We are a Teochew Family Restaurant, with most of our dishes derived from Teochew Style cooking. We have been around for 20 years and we have been serving live seafood since we first started, with other signature dishes like Teochew Cold Crab, Signature Steven Chicken. Our priorities remain in sourcing and serving live seafood and affordable prices at neighbourhood places.

Key Differentiators:

  1. We are the first restaurant in Singapore that serve Lobster Porridge in 1999
  2. We have been around for 20 years and our recipes remain unchanged
  3. Our tanks are always filled to the brim with Live Rock Lobsters

Customer Review:

Ordered the 3 pax set for Mother’s Day during circuit breaker and it had the Lobster Porridge, Kailan with silver fish, 1 Crab, Steven Chicken and free Orh Nee. It was such a delightful dinner for our family and our first time trying it. The lobster porridge is honestly such a big portion it could feed 5 to 6 people with some side dishes. It tasted even more divine the next day when we heated it up, the sweetness of the broth really soaked into the rice grains and I just could not get enough of it. (cont.)

Google Review

6. The Forage Café

The Forage Café - Restaurants Singapore
The Forage Café – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: The Forage Café)
Key Services:Honey themed café selling honey and honey-infused foods, drinks and desserts
Address:30 Jalan Pari Burong
Phone:8869 7131
Operating Hours:10am – 10pm

Founded by 13Honey, we are Singapore’s first honey themed café. Besides selling our own honey from our honey farms, honey is also incorporated into our whole menu. You will find that honey is infused into nearly all our dishes, drinks and desserts. We believe that health is wealth, hence we substitute processed sugars for natural honey. All our foods, drinks and desserts are cooked fresh upon order, and lovingly prepared daily too. Order food delivery in Singapore from The Forage Café today!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Honey infused foods, drinks and desserts
  2. Unique drinks and desserts, amazing homemade grilled waffles
  3. We sell our own honey from our honey farm

Customer Review:

Opened by the folks behind @13honeysg, the forage café offers a variety of sweet and savoury dishes, out of which some are incorporated with honey harvested from their own farm. Drizzled with signature apple vinegar honey sauce, their Baby back ribs don and Chicken katsu don will be on my list when I’m back!

Burpple review by Mr Digester

7. The Lokal

The Lokal - Restaurants Singapore
The Lokal – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: The Lokal)
Key Services:Restaurant
Address:136 Neil Road The Lokal Singapore 088865
Phone:6423 9918
Operating Hours:Monday to Sunday, 9am to 6pm

In 2014, Aussie Chef Darren Farr started The Lokal, a casual Australian Restaurant-Bar with an open kitchen concept, providing customers with honest house-made comfort food from day to night — including butter, sauces, pickles & meats all made on-site with good produce. Our name is German for “local eatery”, an influence that is explained by its proximity to Goethe-Institut Singapore and is also reflective of our diverse & worldly approach towards food. Order food delivery in Singapore from The Lokal today!

Key Differentiators:

  1. We make most of our ingredients from scratch such as butter, sauces, pickles & meat.
  2. Australian restaurant that also serves up German comfort food dishes
  3. Also serves up great drinks

8. Manna Pot

Manna Pot - Restaurants Singapore
Manna Pot – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Manna Pot)
Key Services:Bento, Packed meals, Family meals, Grain bowls, Birthday Cakes, Buffet, Mini Buffet, Tea Refreshments, Live concept Hawker stalls, Floral styling & Event thematic styling
Address:Blk 3015 Bedok North St 5 #06-16/17 Shimei East Kitchen S(486350)
Phone:6853 1568 / 9783 4844
Operating Hours:Mon-Fri: 9.00am to 6.00pm; Sat: 9.00am to 1.00pm.

Manna Pot Catering is a Halal-certified Catering Company, conceived in 2002 with a passion to provide wholesome food for the soul. We are working towards becoming a one-stop service provider with esteemed partners for your event needs. Order food delivery in Singapore from Manna Pot Catering today!

Key Differentiators:

  1. Impeccable service
  2. Remarkable food
  3. Beautiful styling

Client Testimonial:

Greetings from South View Primary School! We would like to extend our thanks to you and the team for your services rendered during the CNY period. The food quality was superb. Setup was timely and fast. Our management was very impressed and happy with the whole event. I am especially thankful for your professional expertise in the area and how swift your responses and replies were. This made the difference between you and other companies. It was a breeze working with you. Looking forward to more working opportunities with you and the Manna Pot Catering Team in future.

Ben Ang
SWB Chairperson

9. Ketomei

Ketomei - Restaurants Singapore
Ketomei – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Ketomei)
Key Services:Keto-focus meal subscription services
Phone:+65 8800 0037
Operating Hours:24 hours online subscription

Singapore’s very first keto-focused meal subscription service dedicated to providing high-quality meals to our consumers. We offer meals at an affordable price for healthier, filling, refreshing and satisfying meals for optimum value and to foster a healthy and nourishing keto lifestyle.

Key Differentiators:

  1. First keto-focused meal subscription service in Singapore
  2. Meals are specially customised by our in-house dietician and chef to enable people to meet their macros
  3. Food are chilled blast, never frozen

Client Testimonial:

This is the first time in my life I have ever been on any form of diet and the results of a keto diet are amazing. Thank you Ketomei for providing affordable keto meals during this period that I took up the personal challenge. Ketomei meals are delicious and good variety in their menu and it helped me with my target in weight loss. After 100 days, I dropped my weight from 69.8 kg to 61.1 kg and waist line from 32 inches to 28 inches. Thank you Ketomei!

Foo Jierong (Singer/Actor), on 6 weeks meal plan and 2 renewals

10. Picotin

Picotin - Restaurants Singapore
Picotin – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Picotin)
Key Services:Family-Friendly Restaurants
Address:60 Fairways Drive ,Singapore 286966
382 Joo Chiat Road ,Singapore 427622
Phone: – Peter Francis Alukka
Operating Hours:60 Fairways Drive ,Singapore 286966
Mon to Sun 7am to 12am(Breakfast only on Weekends and Public holidays)

382 Joo Chiat Road ,Singapore 427622
Mon to Friday 3pm to 1am
Sat and Sunday and Public holiday 8am to 1am (Breakfast only on Weekends and Public holidays)

There are plenty of family-friendly restaurants across Singapore, but it’s not always easy finding one that has ample space for the kids to roam around! With a fully-equipped sound system for private events, and uber-delicious grub. That’s why we’re excited about Picotin Express, a spacious spot in the East Coast and Bukit Timah serving a wide range of hearty and wholesome European dishes in generous portions.

Whether it’s a cosy family dinner, a monthly meet-up with friends, or a private party, Picotin Express is well-suited for various occasions. The setting is casual and relaxed, so it’s the perfect place to drop by after work for a well-deserved pint, or turn up in shorts for laidback brunch on a Saturday.

Think full bar, plenty of hearty offerings, snooker table, mini football, and even classic French Game of Pétanque (only in Joo Chiat Branch) for hands-on fun.

Key Differentiators:

  1. You feel like you’re anywhere but Singapore at Picotin Express Bukit Timah with its leafy al fresco setting, spacious deck and location overlooking the Champions Golf Course.
  2. An extensive menu (pastas, pizzas, starters, main courses, bar snacks, desserts) with an all-day breakfast menu for weekends and public holidays, and a customisable kids meal.
  3. Win the Singapore Top Restaurants and best family restaurant Since 2016 till 2020.

11. The Feather Blade

The Feather Blade - Restaurants Singapore
The Feather Blade – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: The Feather Blade)
Key ServicesSteakhouse
Address61 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088482
Operating Hours from 5:00PM – 6:00PM & 9:00PM – 10:00PM *Available every operating day except Fridays, Saturdays, and eve of PH 

By highlighting alternative cuts, this steakhouse deviates from the norm. The flat iron beef cut comes from the side of the shoulder and is know as the feather blade (hence the restaurant’s name). Dining tables are covered with dishes that have rich tastes and leave you the option to enjoy the meat without spending a lot of money. Order the sinful potatoes, which are deep-fried in beef fat and served with truffle butter, to add more to your meal. Don’t forget the beef-inspired cocktails like bak kwa martini, which is made with beef jerky.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Highlighting alternative cuts on their beef
  2. Dishes are infused with intensed flavours
  3. Try their beef-inspired cocktail

Client Testimonial:

The steak is really delicious and the foie gras is soft and melts in your mouth. They were kind and nice to extend my timing as I was running late. Definitely a nice place to have a meal. Would have been even better if there is a surprise complimentary dessert or drink as we were celebrating our 6 years together.

Justin Ng

12. Odette

Odette - Restaurants Singapore
Odette – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Odette)
Key ServicesFine dining restaurant, French cuisine
Address01-04, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
Phone+65 6385 0498
Operating Hours Lunch: 12.00pm to 1.15pm (last seating)Dinner: 6.30pm to 8.15pm (last seating)

When a restaurant is located within the National Gallery, one of Singapore’s most magnificent structures, you know it’s something special. Then add three Michelin stars – as well as other accolades – and you’ve got yourself a winner. Step inside Odette, the exquisite fine dining restaurant run by chef-owner Julien Royer, which is known for its cutting-edge French cuisine. Dishes are far from precious, since each relates a narrative and every component has a specific role. Plus, you can’t overlook the magnificent interior, which is complemented with alluring pastels and includes a glass-enclosed kitchen for guests to view the chefs in action.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Three Michelin star restaurant
  2. The dishes are exquisite and all prepared ingredients are important in the dishes.
  3. Good interior deign

Client Testimonial:

Superb service and food. The servers were all so knowledgeable about each dish, and also they really try their best to cater to dietary restrictions (we have someone pregnant and someone who can’t take lactose) by replacing the dishes with something else. Presentation of food is on point. It’s seriously a super filling meal and great experience. We had the $378++ indulgence menu, and added the $128++ lobster ravioli.


13. Restaurant Euphoria

Restaurant Euphoria - Restaurants Singapore
Restaurant Euphoria – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Restaurant Euphoria)
Key ServicesGastro Botanica Restaurant
Address76 Tras St, Singapore 079015
Operating Hours Wednesday to Saturday 12–2:30PM, 6:30–11PM, Tuesdat ^:30-11pm, Sunday and Monday (Closed)

A restaurant dedicated to Gastro-Botanica, a term coined by chef Jason Tan to describe his reverence for botanical ingredients; one where vegetables, fruits, herbs, spices, and even flowers take centrestage.

What’s more, while certain dishes may seem uninspired at first glance (such as the ham-and-cheese croquettes), they’re prepared with a botanical focus and served in a thoughtfully designed space with foliage-filled feature walls, onion motifs (a homage to Jason’s favorite vegetable), and plenty of natural light.

Look out for onions in all of your favorite places, peeping out from unexpected angles. The wall design’s scales are hinted, and coasters are designed to resemble the bulb-shaped vegetable.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Uses botanical ingredients
  2. Unexpected dishes prepped with a botanical focus
  3. Interior are designed botanically also

Client Testimonial:

Really loved the experience here. The service was excellent and the food unique. Chef was really friendly and came out to say hi too. Nice selection of wine in the wine list.

Hope Ang

14. Naeum

Naeum - Restaurants Singapore
Naeum – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Naeum)
Key ServicesModern Korean Restaurant
Address 161 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068615
Phone+65 8830 5016
Operating Hours Thursday 12–3PM, 6–10:30PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday ,Saturday 6–10:30PM, Monday and Sunday (Closed)

A contemporary Korean restaurant that is a homage to memory, with chef Louis Han’s personal journey incorporated into the cuisine and ambience.

Everything is inviting and well-built, from the top to the bottom. The menu changes every few months in an episodic style. The new selection will include meals that take inspiration from the Korean mountains – warm, invigorating, and hearty.

The uni somyeon, slippery and salty; as well as the charcoal jujube dessert are all highly suggested.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Feels homely and well-constructed.
  2. The episodic menu switches up every few months
  3. Charcoal jujube dessert is highly recommended.

Client Testimonial:

Spectacular taste bud adventure and journey here at NAE:UM! It’s best described as a dance party in your mouth, with every dish hitting a home run, starting from the snacks to the last item which left a wonderful lingering aftertaste – having you crave for more. Love the strong flavors and my ultimate favorite would have to be the Somyeon! Would recommend that everyone gets the Somyeon (if available). I would think that NAE:UM is almost Michelin ready – but not after a bit more fine tuning. Looking forward to ‘Episode 3’! Awesome journey Chef Louis Han and team, keep going strong with your creativity!


15. Art

Art - Restaurants Singapore
Art – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Art)
Key ServicesItalian restaurant
Address06-02, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
Phone+65 6866 1977
Operating Hours Tuesdays to Sundays 12 pm to 2 pm 6 pm to 10 pm

This elegant restaurant is all about the elevated Italian experience, as it was created by Michelin-starred chef Beppe de Vito. The magnificent five- or seven-course tasting menu, which is served in a beautiful dining room lit by candles, showcases the finest seasonal ingredients prepared to artistic perfection. After your meal, retire to the outdoor bar for drinks to complement your stay.

Key Differentiators:

  1. A michelin star restaurant
  2. Delectable five to seven course tasting menu
  3. Uses quality ingredients

Client Testimonial:

We visited ART last weekend to celebrate my wife’s birthday. We opted for the 7 course ‘omakase’ menu ($228 per diner) and was blown away by the artistry of the plating and the rich, strong flavours of the Italian cuisine – just perfect for a celebratory meal. Despite the obviously small portions of each course (typical of many fine dining experiences), we were very well fed at the end of dinner

Do check out the foyer area which offers an unblocked beautiful view of the Marina Bay Sands in the distance.

wei jie kow

16. Firangi Superstar

Firangi Superstar - Restaurants Singapore
Firangi Superstar – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Firangi Superstar)
Key ServicesCinematic restaurant
Address20 Craig Rd, #01-03, Singapore 089692
Phone+65 6304 3022
Operating Hours Monday to Friday 12–3PM, 5:30–10:30PM, Saturday 5:30–10:30PM, Sunday (Closed)

A “love letter” to India, it bills itself as a “cinematic restaurant.” Why do we enjoy it? This beautifully dressed establishment promises to be a sensory delight. First, take in the beautiful surrounds. The cuisine is a stunning reinterpretation of Indian classics, with recipes changed and experimented with in order to retain the familiar while still creating something new.

Leave your table and explore the entire interior with four thematic areas that replicate movie sets.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Cinematic interior
  2. Traditional Indian cuisine
  3. They change their cuisine each week

Client Testimonial:

The food is flavourful and scrumptious, I highly recommend the lamb it was the star dish of the night. The butter chicken waffles and dips were good too!

Thoroughly enjoyed my evening here. The hostess that brought us in was very friendly and helpful. The service staff that attended to us was also very hospitable – he gave us a tour of the different rooms and even took a Polaroid keepsake for us! The food, ambience and level of service lives up to the prices

Grace F

17. Kki Sweets

Kki Sweets - Restaurants Singapore
Kki Sweets – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Kki Sweets)
Key ServicesJapanese Inspired Patisserie
Address3 Seah St, #01-01, Singapore 188379
Phone+65 9799 2668 (Whatsapp)
Operating Hours Wednesday to Saturday 11:30AM–7PM, Sunday 11AM–5:30PM, Monday to Tuesday (Closed)

This Japanese-style patisserie, which is only available on a reservations basis, serves up delectable pastries. There are no cake stands or elaborate showcase displays, and the menu does not include photos of its desserts. Customers must rely only on the description – and their own imaginations – to order their sweets. To add to the effect, each is meticulously made to resemble a tiny work of art.

Get three to four desserts as a taste of the patisserie’s selection.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Japanese inspired patisserie
  2. Each dessert is prepared to resemble mini works of art
  3. There are no cake stand or fancy display cases

Client Testimonial:

Falling in love with this dessert place ❤️

The establishment is part of raffles hotel premise. Reservation is needed, won’t be able to walk in. Felt a kind of serenity without crowd, queue and even signboard.

We decided to go for the set and try some of everything. The portion is bite size, would recommend 2 pax to order 1 set and add on other cakes. You will have to order cakes in advance to avoid disappointment. Ready made cakes aren’t always available.

All pieces are exquisite and I like that is not sugary sweet. One can truly appreciate each piece’s distinct taste and flavour.

My personal favourites are white peach mousse + corn and lychee mousse + truffle potato mushroom. Would love to visit again to try all cakes and next seasonal set.

Went back again following week to try all cakes. They are just as good

Raine Chye

18. Nouri

Nouri - Restaurants Singapore
Nouri – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Nouri)
Key ServicesOne Michelin star restaurant
Address72 Amoy Street, Singapore 069891
Phone+65 9230 2477
Operating Hours Lunch · Wed to Sun, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Last order at 2:30 pm Dinner · Wed to Sun, 6:00 pm – 12:00 am Last order at 9:00 pm, closed on Monday,Tuesday

The eatery with one Michelin star is known for its gleaming plates in a cuisine that adapts to the seasons. However, the experience isn’t at all stuffy or formal. The open kitchen within the simple area encourages interaction with consumers, and chef Ivan Brehm draws inspiration from a variety of cuisines and cultures to breathe new life into familiar tastes. The chef’s tasting menu at Kurobuta includes Hokkaido scallop and pumpkin, as well as pigeon marmalade, all of which may be matched with a bottle of red or white wine or sake.

Key Differentiators:

  1. One Michelin-starred restaurant
  2. Minimalist space and interior design
  3. Must try unique dishes

Client Testimonial:

Had dinner at Nouri. Food was great here! It was quite a culinary journey as the chef prepared and introduced to us food from all over the world. Not common expensive food, but from remote lesser know places of the world. The pigeon was definitely the star dish here.

Service was wonderful as they tried to accommodate my wife’s food allergy at the last minute.

Ben Chng

19. Kotuwa

Kotuwa - Restaurants Singapore
Kotuwa – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Kotuwa)
Key ServicesSri Lankan restaurant
Address2 Dickson Rd, Level 1 Wanderlust Hotel, Singapore 209494
Phone+65 6970 7838
Operating Hours Wednesday to Friday 6–9:30PM, Saturday and Sunday 11AM–3:30PM, 6–9:30PM, Monday and Tuesday (Closed)

It is the first Sri Lankan restaurant in Singapore offering a full range of services.

Rishi Naleendra from Cloudstreet brought you this recipe, the chef leans into his heritage to prepare a flavorful, spice-scented speciality inspired by Sri Lankan street food. The eatery’s name, meaning “fort” in Sri Lankan Tamil, pays tribute to the country’s Portuguese, Dutch, and British roots.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Flavourful, spice scented meal inspired dishes
  2. First full range Sri Lankan restaurant

Client Testimonial:

Extremely pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food they serve here. Never expected much of Sri Lankan food. Some people find it spicy, but I personally think they’re alright. Prices are reasonable, service is quick and lovely, location is smart (at ground floor of Wanderlust, a legitimate hotel, in the middle of a rather messy area).

Portions are generally small, but don’t underestimate them. If it’s the first time for you as well, you order some mains, either seafood, meat, or vegetables; and you have them with a hopper, which is a fluffy pancake / thosai look-alike.

The yellow curry of sea bass is brilliant, as the curry sauce goes very well with the fish. The lamb curry is comforting and satisfying. The wambatu moju (eggplant) went really well with the other curries. Lastly, the chicken kottu (the server explained it to be like murtabuk with chicken) was mind-blowingly simple and good. Corkage is 1-for-1, or $50 a bottle.

Overall enjoyed ourselves very much, despite the 2hrs sitting limitation.

Flo Yeow

20. Cloudstreet

Cloudstreet - Restaurants Singapore
Cloudstreet – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Cloudstreet)
Key ServicesContemporary concept
Address84 Amoy Street, Singapore 069903
Phone+65 6513 7868

Cheek Bistro’s sister restaurant, Cheek by J.C. Hutson, is located in the heart of Charlotte’s NoDa Arts District and focuses on an ever-changing menu that emphasizes seasonal fruits. With lunch and dinner tasting menus that highlight picks like pickled mussel, Sri Lankan curry with Hokkaido king crab, and aged pigeon with roasted beetroot and Sichuan pepper, the contemporary vision highlights his personal and professional skill.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Evolving menu that highlights seasonal produce
  2. Contemporary menu concept
  3. Sri Lankan curry with Hokkaido king crab is a must try.

Client Testimonial:

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

21. Candlenut

Candlenut - Restaurants Singapore
Candlenut – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Candlenut)
Key ServicesPeranakan restaurant
Address17a Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249676
Phone+65 1800 304 2288
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday 12–3PM, 6–10PM

The world’s first, and only, Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant. 

It’s no easy task to be the only Michelin-starred Peranakan chef in the world, but with hard effort, a passion for his heritage, and unyielding devotion, chef Malcolm Lee was able to accomplish it. He cooks his dinner from recipes handed down to him by his family.

If you’re unfamiliar with Candlenut cuisine, start with Lee’s Taste of Candlenut menu ($78/lunch, $98/dinner).

Key Differentiators:

  1. World’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant.
  2. Lee’s Taste of Candlenut menu is highly recommended.
  3. Traditional cuisine

Client Testimonial:

My experience, It was my first time to try Peranakan cuisine and to visit this place. Food was spectacularly delicious! Celebrate a surprised birthday dinner for my best friend. The service was great, warm, friendly and attentive staffs. We was served by Mr Felix and he done a great job! (Thank you uncle Felix for making our dinner a meaningful one ) and also to Chef Malcolm! Everything was perfect! This place is highly recommended guys!

Emmielynn Danyin

22. Mott 32

Mott 32 - Restaurants Singapore
Mott 32 – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Mott 32)
Key ServicesChinese Cuisine
Address10 Bayfront Ave, B1 – 41 / 42, Singapore 018956
Phone+65 6688 9922
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday 11:30AM–3:30PM, 5–11PM

Mott 32 is a chain of Chinese restaurants with several locations throughout the country known for its cutting-edge cuisine.

At Mott 32, dining is a lavish and sensual experience. The richly adorned space – with peacock chairs, modern furniture, and apothecary drawers to lend it a sexy allure – begins as soon as you enter. Food is equally dramatic, with premium ingredients such as the renowned applewood roasted duck ( $108) cured and marinated for more than 48 hours.

Given the small quantities available each day, advance reservations for the coveted bird dish are strongly advised.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Creative Chinese Cuisine
  2. Expensive and sensual dining experience
  3. Use premium ingredients

Client Testimonial:

The food and service is marvelous. Have been here twice and they never disappoint. Really appreciate how the staff treats every guest equally for a fine dining restaurant. Truth be told I don’t eat duck, but this is the only restaurant in Singapore where the duck does not have gamey flavour.

Highly recommended to dine here for celebrations too, as they do provide complimentary desert for the occasion you are celebrating. 🙂

Eudy Oh

23. Avenue 87

Avenue 87 - Restaurants Singapore
Avenue 87 – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Avenue 87)
Key ServicesModern gastronomy restaurant
Address47 Amoy St, Singapore 069873
Phone+65 9838 8401
Operating Hours Monday to Saturday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10PM, Sunday (Closed)

This eating area is inspired by the shared history of two childhood pals and is a creative fusion of old and new.

Modern cuisine’s roadmap is frequently strewn with new experiences. However, chefs Alex Phan and Glen Tay return to their youth to inspire the menu. Indonesian cuisine has been reimagined with tastes of sambal octopus, jazzed-up fish soup, and more.

Add some Ave87 tea, an herbal brew with floral notes from chrysanthemum, rosebuds, dried longan, and candied winter melon made by itself.

Key Differentiators:

  1. A modern dining experience
  2. Local flavours turned to feature flavours
  3. Try their Ave87 herbal brew.

Client Testimonial:

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

24. Labyrinth

Labyrinth - Restaurants Singapore
Labyrinth – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Labyrinth)
Key ServicesSingaporean Cuisine
Address02-23, Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039802
Phone(+65) 6223-4098
Operating Hours Wed: 6:30-10:30pm (Last Seating: 8pm) Thu-Sun: 12-2:30pm (Last Order: 1:00pm), 6:30-10:30pm (Last Seating: 8pm) Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays

Labyrinth combines well-known Singaporean dishes with innovative new flavors in a progressive new direction, earning it a spot on the Michelin Guide’s one-star list. It is this innovative spirit that has placed it on the one-star list of the Michelin Guide. You feel as if you’ve fallen into another world when you enter the cozy, dimly-lit chamber, and the cuisine takes it a step further. Chef LG Han pays homage to the Little Red Dot by using locally sourced items transformed into delectable dishes like chilli crab ice cream and (not your common) kampong claypot chicken rice. It’s high time you ordered potstickers from us. You’ll be talking about your meal for days as a result of it.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Experimental approach in its cuisine
  2. Use locally source goods
  3. One star Michelin restaurant

Client Testimonial:

Uncle had a delightful lunch in the dark dark labyrinth. A very creative atas twist was given to uncle’s favourite local hawker dishes here. Kudos to the brilliant chef and his team for their efforts to redefine hawker food and showcase local produce. Service was great too as the staff happily entertained the musings of uncle. Definitely come here if you want to soar to gastronomic stratosphere!

Hh Ng

25. Cicheti

Cicheti - Restaurants Singapore
Cicheti – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Cicheti)
Key ServicesItalian restaurant
Address52 Kandahar Street, Singapore 198901; order online for delivery
Phone+65 6292 5012‬
Operating Hours Monday—Sunday12.00pm—9.00pm

Chi – keh-tee is the name of this lovely Italian eatery, which is one of the select few to succeed at making both pies and pastas. Start with a selection of small dishes before tucking into the wood-fired pizzas, including varieties like diavola and quattro formaggi. Are you hungry? The gnocchi’s rich truffle flavor is delicious. Complete your dinner with the delectable “crack pie” to end on a sweet note, and if you find yourself ordering another, remember that you’re not alone.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Italian inpired cuisine
  2. Wood-fired pizzas
  3. Gnicchi is a must try in this restaurant.

Client Testimonial:

We’ve been going to Cicheti for years and really love the food. We enjoy all of their dishes and I would absolutely encourage you to give the restaurant a try if you’ve never been there. The meatballs are good. The prawns are good. The pastas are maybe a little hit and miss. But without fail, you must order a pizza or two. They’re Neapolitan style and absolutely delightful. Despite what some reviewers say, I would not consider their menu to be authentic Italian in the sense that this is not what Italians consider Italian food, but even my Italian friends concede that the pizzas are top-notch, some of the very best in Singapore. It is a small place so do book ahead. It’s totally worth a visit.

Anton 999

26. Whitegrass

Whitegrass - Restaurants Singapore
Whitegrass – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Whitegrass)
Key ServicesFrench restaurant
Address01-26/27, Chijmes, 30 Victoria Street, Singapore 187996
Phone+65 6837 0402
Operating Hours Tuesday to Saturday 12–2:30PM, 6–10:30PM, Monday and Sunday (Closed)

Whitegrass is a fine dining restaurant with a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients and refined cuisine created by chef Takuya Yamashita. After working at two renowned French restaurants, Etude and Les Enfants Rouges, as well as the Michelin-starred Ciel et Sol, Sam Goi creates classic French cuisine with a modern twist on Japanese cuisine. These exquisite cuisines are inspired by nature.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Uses fresh, seasonal and refined ingredients.
  2. Some chefs are from Michelin starred restaurant.
  3. Exquisite dishes inspired by nature

Client Testimonial:

Fantastic dining experience at this restaurant. They have an amazing Japanese chef who serves up great dish creations. Each of their course meals were like unique artworks in their own right. The various tastes within each dish complement very well with one another. Chef was very friendly and amiable too. The waiters were very interactive and informative about the food ingredients. They also gave useful instructions on how to eat and consume the food for the best enjoyment. This is my second time here and the experience is just as great, if not better.

George Mui

27. Salted & Hung

Salted & Hung - Restaurants Singapore
Salted & Hung – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Salted & Hung)
Key ServicesNose-to-tail trend menu
Address12 Purvis Street, Singapore 188591; order online for delivery
Phone+65 6358 3130
Operating Hours Wednesdays 6pm – 10:30pm Last seating at 8:30pm Thursdays – Sundays 12:00pm – 2:30pm Last seating at 1.30pm 6pm – 10:30pm Last seating at 8:30pm Closed Mondays & Tuesdays

Salted and Hung’s chef Drew Nocente is a strong advocate of the nose-to-tail trend, which is evident in the restaurant’s menu. He uses grilling, pickling, and curing on the discarded elements of animals, from skin to entrails. It’s all about reducing waste! Everything is delectable, innovative, and most certainly not for the faint-hearted.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Nose-to-tail movement menu
  2. Chef Drew Nocente incorporates grilling, pickling and curing parts of animals.
  3. Cuisines are flavourful, creative and not for picky eaters.

Client Testimonial:

The place is a definite curiosity.

If you appreciate artistic theatre and how childhood shapes our current lives you’ll appreciate this place with the tasting menu.

Lovely food and atmosphere. Nice place to bring your partner too for a quiet night of surprise and romance.

The Australian food concept is also interesting and off the beaten path. For the adventurous who wish to try something different.

It’s also something of a bright spark among the sea of Italian, Korean and Japanese fare that litter the streets in town.

Someone mentioned there were long pauses in between dishes I believe the tasting menu is as such. It’s to give your palette time to settle and cleanse between the items.

You can always talk to your partner while you wait.

Chef Drew himself came out to check on us and we thought he is so sweet and honourable. The staff are very kind and attentive too. Efficient at the same time.

Thanks for a splendid evening.

Men in Black 2

28. Preludio

Preludio - Restaurants Singapore
Preludio – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Preludio)
Key ServicesModern dining experience
Address182 Cecil St, #03-01/02, Singapore 069547
Phone+65 6904 5686
Operating Hours Tuesday to Saturday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10:30PM, Monday and Sunday (Closed)

With a cuisine defined not by category, but by chapters, this is a contemporary meal experience.

In its first year, the chefs at Preludio were tasked with creating dishes centered on the concept of Monochrome. Now that The Preludio Story has been released, he’s gathered all of his greatest efforts into one place.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Offers modern dining experience
  2. Monochrome themed dishes

Client Testimonial:

Simply stunning restaurant with delicious food. Every single dish was beautifully crafted and explained as it was served. The preludio experience, the restaurant’s best dishes put together, will make your money’s worth. Service was absolutely lovely and so was the ambience of the restaurant. This place is perfect for a romantic meal/celebration. Preludio sets the bar for a modern european fine dining experience!

Keefe Teo

29. Artichoke

Artichoke - Restaurants Singapore
Artichoke – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Artichoke)
Key ServicesMiddle Eastern restaurant
Address161 Middle Road, Singapore 188978; order via WhatsApp for delivery
Phone+65 6336 6949 
Operating Hours Tuesdays – Fridays Dinner     1700 – 2130 Saturdays- Sundays , Lunch+Dinner  1130 – 2130 Closed Mondays

Artichoke is a laid-back, no-frills pub where you can get your grub on. Finger-licking food and good vibes abound at Artichoke, which is just the kind of place to have a great time. The most unauthentic Middle Eastern restaurant in Singapore – chef-owner Bjorn Shen’s opinion – serves delicious dishes that are great for shared dining. The Middle Eastern restaurant, Saffron Orange Café has a long list of unique and delectable dishes for you to try. Hummus and tzatziki are served creatively, Syrian skillet eggs are available, as well as the signature ‘lambgasm’ slow-roasted with spices… And there’s more. Before the night is over.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Good for good time dining experience.
  2. Least authentic Middle Eastern restaurant
  3. Laid-back pub

Client Testimonial:

Amazing bread. We had 3 bags. Hummus was so good. Mushroom skewer was seasoned and done perfectly. Great relaxed ambience and friendly staff… highly recommended.  Never had real Middle Eastern food before so can’t tell you if this is authentic but all I can say is that its really very good

Yuen Ho Chow

30. Meta

Meta - Restaurants Singapore
Meta – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Meta)
Key ServicesFrench classics
Address1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109
Phone+65 6513 0898
Operating Hours Tuesday & Wednesday 6:30pm to 11:15pm (Last seating at 8:15pm) Dinner Thursday – Saturday 6:30pm to 11:15pm (Last seating at 8:15pm) Lunch Thursday – Saturday 12pm to 3pm (Last seating at 1pm)

Meta, another one-starred restaurant on the Michelin list, creates French classics with an Asian (predominantly Korean) spin by using fresh and seasonal ingredients. The service is friendly, and the cuisine changes every day for lunch or seven times a week for dinner. Sit back, unwind, and enjoy the flavorful journey once you’ve all got situated.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Uses fresh and seasonal ingredients
  2. One star Michelin star restaurant
  3. Ever changing menu

Client Testimonial:

Superb experience. Every course, including the snacks were faultless. The Korean BBQ was outstanding. Love the nuances of flavours which went fantastically with an Asian pairing of sake. Desserts and petit fours were enjoyable to round off the meal.

K Chen

31. Allium

Allium - Restaurants Singapore
Allium – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Allium)
Key ServicesEco-conscious restaurant
Address2 Jalan Lokam #01-11 Kensington Square Singapore 537846
Phone+65 8830 6230
Operating Hours Dinner:6.30pm to 10.00pm (Thursdays to Sundays & eve of Public Holidays) (Reservation only)

A lovely eco-friendly restaurant with a straightforward approach that impresses with its simple elegance.

You might walk by this tiny restaurant without giving it a second glance, but you’ll be missing out on the flavorful dishes created by the husband-wife team who runs the business. The top cuisine of the region is showcased in its seasonal menu, which has been updated to reflect the best that the land and sea have to offer.

Allium is a reservation-only service, so prepare ahead of time to avoid disappointment.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Eco-conscious restaurant
  2. Flavoured pack menu
  3. Changing menu according to the season

Client Testimonial:

This small establishment is run by a lovely couple duo that puts out solid quality food. I’ve never once had a bad experience with them.

Despite that they had to pivot their business model to providing deliveries during the no dine in period, food was also still exceptional. One of the places where I would strongly recommend to anyone without any hesitation! ❤️

Yeeling Lee

32. Artemis Grill

Artemis Grill - Restaurants Singapore
Artemis Grill – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Artemis Grill)
Key ServicesMediterranean food
AddressLevel 40, CapitaGreen Rooftop, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946
Phone+65 6635 8677
Operating Hours Monday Closed, Tuesday to Friday: 11:30am – 2:30pm | 5:30pm to 10pm Saturday: 5:30pm to 10pm

Artemis Grill’s varied Mediterranean cuisine is as delectable as the panoramic vistas. Are you a first-time visitor? Even if you’re on a vegetarian, gluten-free, or pescatarian diet, there’s something for everyone in the kitchen. The menu at this Artemis eatery offers a number of exquisite options. Highlights include Iberico pork chop, roasted salmon, and saffron fusilli. Don’t forget to enjoy the fresh air with a cocktail in hand on the restaurant’s outdoor patio, where a magnificent 100-year-old olive tree provides shade.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Offers panoramic views
  2. Mediterranean food selection
  3. Try their outdoor experience for better experience

Client Testimonial:

Fantastic place with lovely view, delicious food and great ambience! We were pleasantly surprised to see so many vegetarian choices and everything we ate tasted excellent. Complimentary freshly baked breads were especially delicious. In our opinion, prices are reasonable for the quality and ambience. We sat at the rooftop bar which was lovely. Thanks for the gesture of providing a cake to celebrate our special occasion. *Highly* recommend this place!

Archana Khemka

33. Burnt Ends

Burnt Ends - Restaurants Singapore
Burnt Ends – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Burnt Ends)
Key ServicesBarbecue spot
Address20 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088391; order online for delivery
Phone+65 6224 3933
Operating Hours Sunday and Monday (Closed), Tuesday 6-11pm, Wednesday to Saturday 11:45AM–11PM

This Aussie-style, modern barbecue place is frequently included on top lists for carnivores. Expect a mouthwatering barrage of delectable meats cooked in hot ovens. We’re talking about lamb chops, beef tenderloin, and the popular pulled pork brioche sandwich, of course. The contemporary kitchen serves new dishes on a regular basis, ensuring that you are always delighted upon your next visit. The joint, on the other hand, is always crowded; so make your reservations far ahead of time.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Aussie-styled modern barbeque spot
  2. Open concept kitchen
  3. Make a reservation before visiting because it is always packed.

Client Testimonial:

Great food and great service. Their beef is so delicious, other dishes are also superb. I highly recommend their Chef’s Select menu. Alcohol choice is great as well. Also I love the decor and the old school vibe.

One minor bad thing: we had to hunt for reservation for 4 months and when we finally got it we still had to wait 10 minutes outside in the heat. But it doesn’t taint the overall great impression, and they are moving to bigger place soon so it should be easier to get a reservation.

Łukasz Lamparski

34. The Butcher’s Wife

The Butcher's Wife - Restaurants Singapore
The Butcher’s Wife – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: The Butcher’s Wife)
Key ServicesGluten free casual diner
Address19 Yong Siak Street, Singapore 168650
Phone+65 6221 9307
Operating Hours Open Tues to Sun 11.30am–10.30pm

In the trendy Tiong Bahru area, a gluten-free casual cafe.

Why we like it It’s difficult to come up with a gluten-free meal that is completely devoid of items. It’s even more challenging to create a menu that doesn’t seem to have any gluten in it. The Butcher’s Wife, on the other hand, has been doing so with a tasty cuisine that makes use of fermentation methods. Sip on homemade kombucha while munching on hearty goat cheese, gnocchi, and wagyu picanha made in-house.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Gluten free casual cafe in Tiong Bahru.
  2. Uses fermentation techniques in its menu.
  3. Try their homemade kombucha

Client Testimonial:

Went out for new year/birthday dinner for our first time here. Everything we ordered was delicious and the service was excellent. Environment was relaxed and cosy. Menu wasn’t what we expected (based on name) but the flavours were totally on point and everything was perfect. Husband told them it was my birthday and the surprised me with a delicious chocolate tart and caramel ice cream dessert. The only disappointments were in the orange wine (never had t before, won’t ever again yuck) and timings. We had many different plates but felt a bit rushed through the meal and would have liked to take our time a bit more, especially given the occasion (New Years and birthday).

Overall highly recommend, will definitely return.

Sherri M

35. Min Jian

Min Jiang - Restaurants Singapore
Min Jiang – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Min Jiang)
Key ServicesRefined Cantonese and Sichuan Cuisine
Address22 Scotts Rd, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221
Phone+65 6730 1704
Operating Hours Monday to Friday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6:30–10:30PM, Saturday and Sunday 11AM–12:30PM, 1–2:30PM, 6:30–10:30PM

Beloved establishment that has been serving up refined Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine since 1982.

After closing for more than three decades, Min Jiang has reopened with a fresh interior that combines modern features with traces of chinoiserie. The dishes have all been modernized to offer steamed pumpkin ball, deep-fried stuffed dough sticks with shredded abalone and enoki mushroom, and luxurious wonton noodles topped with sweet Argentine red prawns.

In keeping with customs, Min Jiang continues to serve dim sum on a pushcart during lunch hours, which is unusual in Chinese restaurants these days.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Cantonese and Sichuan Cusine since 1982
  2. Refreshed interior with contemporary touches
  3. Offers dim sum push cart service

Client Testimonial:

Still my favourite place … for our yearly Lunar New Year lunch … every dish is nice … this year they are not serving Peking Duck … but our first try of the Camphor Tea Duck is also surprisingly delicious … the most important of all … to be able to enjoy with the family … simple lunch

lye samuel

36. Koma

Koma - Restaurants Singapore
Koma – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Koma)
Key ServicesJapanese restaurant
AddressThe Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972
Phone+65 6688 8690
Operating Hours Daily (Lunch): 11:30am – 3pm Daily (Dinner): 5pm – 12am

With a breathtaking selection of dishes to match, this Japanese eatery offers an interior that would make a film set. Expect delicate and mild tastes from the fresh seafood dishes on the menu, before moving on to sashimi, grilled kebab sticks, and Japanese wagyu delicacies. Would you like to unwind with a drink? The Koma Canary is the ideal gin cocktail for those who enjoy their gins strong.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Theatrical Japanese restaurant
  2. Offers fresh seafood dishes on the menu
  3. Koma Canary is a good choice for perfect concoction

Client Testimonial:

Food is mediocre but I’m giving 5 stars regardless because of the stunning design. Only ATLAS holds a candle to this place in my humble opinion.

We got the 3 course lunch set each and paid around $135 net. Beef short ribs were pretty good. Dessert was surprisingly filling.

Dylan Teo

37. Open Farm Community

Open Farm Community - Restaurants Singapore
Open Farm Community – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Open Farm Community)
Key ServicesFarm to table restaurant
Address130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819
Phone+65 6471 0306
Operating Hours Mon to Fri: 12pm-2:30pm | 6pm-9pm Sat & Sun: 11am-3:30pm | 6pm—9pm (Last orders 30min before closing)

Open Farm Community, located in Dempsey, is a farm-to-table eatery that features rustic greenery as its centerpiece and championizes local and regional organic produce. It not only endorses fresh food, but it also encourages sustainable living by attempting to reduce single-use plastics and water waste. Take a seat indoors to appreciate the open concept kitchen or relax at the edible garden outside. Gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian dishes are on offer, and the meals are attractively presented and delicious.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Uses seasonal ingredients from local and regional organic growers
  2. Advocates for sustanaible living
  3. Open concept kitchen

Client Testimonial:

Had a great dinner here, next time I’ll get here earlier so I can do the tasting menu. Love the farm to table concept, and the food was lovely and light and fresh. Great cocktails (I had the Blue Pea Gin drink), and then the cauliflower wings. Short rib was yummy, as were the potatoes and the pesto pasta. Refreshing coco is and mango dessert. Yum!

Melissa Eisner

38. The Coconut Club

The Coconut Club - Restaurants Singapore
The Coconut Club – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: The Coconut Club)
Key ServicesNasi Lemak restaurant
Address28 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069708
Phone+65 6635 2999
Operating Hours Monday 11am-3pm, Tuesday to Sunday 11AM–3PM, 6–9:30PM

Another one of our favorites is the high-end nasi lemak that’s well worth the hefty price tag.

You know a restaurant is doing something right when it still attracts long lines of people every day despite charging $14.80 per dish and selling foods that are generally valued at $2. The Coconut Club’s nasi lemak is a flawless example of a Malay classic. Rice is flavored with coconut milk from only one farm in Sabak Bernam, Malaysia.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Expensive price
  2. Premium Nasi Lemak
  3. Try their Kueh Platter

Client Testimonial:

The standards are still as great as before – in terms of food quality and service. Coconut rice was really fluffy and fragrant. Definitely not your usual Nasi Lemak rice which can be pretty oily. Heard their coconut milk is squeezed in house as well! Portion is also just about nice. Chicken breast was amazing with a tinge of lemongrass and turmeric. Rendang was my absolute favorite. Very tender with aromatics of coconut, chiles, and spice. Great balance. Special shoutout to fantastic staff Fifi for being such a great host. Friendly, entertaining and extremely helpful. Thank you! You made a huge difference to our dining experiences!

Xin Hao

39. Skai

Skai - Restaurants Singapore
Skai – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Skai)
Key ServicesContemporary grill house
Address2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882
Phone+65 6431 6156
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 3–5PM, 6–10:30PM, Saturday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10:30PM

A contemporary grill house is located on the 70th floor of the Swissotel Stamford.

Skai overlooks the civic area from Padang to Marina Bay, and Executive chef Paul Hallett is also a butcher and self-proclaimed steak lover, so it’s no surprise to see 10 types of rare beef, such as the Saga Wagyu tenderloin ($155), on the menu.

Are you looking for a more relaxed dining experience? The Skai High Tea, which includes tiny morsels, sweet goodies, and of course incredible views, is a more laid-back supper.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Overlooks the civic district down from the Padang to Marina Bay.
  2. Chef Paul Hallett is an expert butcher
  3. You will be no surprise to see 10 types of butcher

Client Testimonial:

Went for night tea – great experience from booking through to enjoying!

Great variety of bite size treats and many teas to choose. Also added a champagne experience, place is amazing with one of the best views in town. Service is very friendly polite and attentive

Matt Clarke

40. Siri House

Siri House - Restaurants Singapore
Siri House – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Siri House)
Key ServicesBangkok cusines
Address8D Dempsey Rd, #01-02 Dempsey Hill, Singapore 249672
Phone+65 9487 1552
Operating Hours Tues – Thurs, Sun: 11:30 – 22:00 Fri – Sat: 11:30 – 23:00

To showcase art, design, items – and a lot of delicious food, a collaboration between a team of chefs and one of Thailand’s largest property developers was formed. Have you ever wanted to try what it’s like to dine in a posh condo owned by Bangkok’s super-rich? Siri House gives you a taste of that luxury experience — all without leaving Singapore. The food at Bar Ristorante is lighthearted, delightful to eat, and absolutely mouth-watering, like the pappardelle dish with prawn and lobster heads that makes an intoxicating bisque-like sauce.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Partnership between a team of chefs and Thailand’s property developers
  2. This restaurant will give you a taste of Bangkok’s super rich cuisine
  3. The food is delicious and fun to eat.

Client Testimonial:

We’ve been back for brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner! Absolutely delicious food, excellent service, cozy dining areas!

Photo credit goes to Flower for these food pics from our Jan 2 BRUNCH 🙂

Georgene Ang

41.  Indocafe

 Indocafe - Restaurants Singapore
 Indocafe – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Indocafe)
Key ServicesPeranakan food
Address35 Scotts Road, Singapore 228227
Phone+65 6733 2656
Operating Hours Tuesday to Sunday Lunch: 12pm to 2.30pm (Last order 2pm) Dinner: 6pm to 10pm (Last order 9:30pm) Closed on Mondays

Indocafe is a cozy eatery in Singapore that creates excellent Peranakan cuisine in an elegant, black-and-white colonial home along Scotts Road. From appetizers such as deep-fried five-spice minced pork roll, move on to signature entrees like chicken buah keluak and wagyu beef rendang. End with the classic dessert of bubur cha cha (yam, sweet potatoes, and bananas in coconut milk) or chendol coconut ice cream.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Ayam buah keluak and wagyu beef are its signature mains.
  2. Located in black-and-white bungalow
  3. Try their traditional dessert of bubur cha cha.

Client Testimonial:

Have always wanted to try the for here and I’m glad I finally did. I think I prefer the for here than VO. The fried fish is something unique and it’s an absolute delight. Love the prawn and soup too. Almost everything is great. Will definitely be back again.

Patrick Poh

42. Luke’s Oyster Bar & Chop House

Luke's Oyster Bar & Chop House - Restaurants Singapore
Luke’s Oyster Bar & Chop House – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Luke’s Oyster Bar & Chop House)
Key ServicesNew York style restaurant
Address22 Gemmill Lane, Singapore 069257
Phone+65 8125 5256
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday 12–10PM

This New York-style restaurant, which was founded by Boston culinary genius Travis Masiero, specializes in excellent seafood and meats. Oysters come directly from the Eastern Seaboard of America, ensuring that you’re slurping the best of the lot. One of New York City’s finest burgers is at this place. Warm chocolate chip cookies with a stout milkshake for a boozy finish.

Key Differentiators:

  1. New York Style restaurant
  2. Oysters are sourced directly from Eastern seaboard of America
  3. The burgers are one of the city’s best

Client Testimonial:

Amazing meal with great food and service. The corn bread at the start of the meal was served warm and it tastes really good! The oysters were fresh and plump but slightly too salty for my liking. The beef was really good and the restaurant portioned it out for us as 2 of us was sharing it. The clam chowder was slightly too thick but it tastes nice. Scallops were very well cooked and the coleslaw was crunchy and refreshing. Crab cakes were good too and I could taste the real crab meat in them. For sides, we got lobster mac& cheese and I liked that it came topped with biscuits which gave it an added crunch.

Janice Mok

43. Esora

Esora - Restaurants Singapore
Esora – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Esora)
Key ServicesModern Japanese Kappo Cuisine
Address15 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 238964
Phone+65 8533 7528
Operating Hours Wednesday 6–10:30PM, Thursday 12–10:30PM, Friday – Sunday 5:30–10:30PM. Monday and Tuesday (Closed)

Esora is a sensory experience. Shigeru Koizumi, the chef-owner of this restaurant, creates kappo-style cuisine with extreme accuracy. To produce the ideal dining experience, he melds contemporary cooking methods with a dedication to freshness.

The menu is constantly evolving, based on the micro-seasonality of ingredients, so you never know what you’ll get.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Finest degree of Japanese Kappo Cuisine
  2. Chef-owner Shigeru aims to create the perfect dining experience.
  3. The menu changes almost every week.

Client Testimonial:

Excellent winter menu, plating is so beautiful for all dishes, food tasted good and service was great too!

I had wine and sake pairing as well.

Overall a very good meal, will definitely return again!

Sharon Chan

44. Fat Cow

Fat Cow - Restaurants Singapore
Fat Cow – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Fat Cow)
Key ServicesJapanese steakhouse
Address01-01/02, Camden Medical Centre, 1 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248649
Phone+65 6735 0308
Operating Hours Monday – Sunday 12pm – 3pm 6pm – 10.30pm

Sink your teeth into a platter of exquisite wagyu beef at this renowned (and pricey) Japanese steakhouse. Fat Cow, nestled in a inconspicuous spot, is recognized for offering guests a taste of Japan’s greatest beef from various prefectures, including Ohmi from the Shiga prefecture. Best of all, you can personalize your meal with shabu shabu or charcoal-grilled cooking methods.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Famed and pricey Japanese steakhouse
  2. This restaurant is known for giving the taste of Japan’s finest beef
  3. You may customise your dining experience

Client Testimonial:

Had an omakase meal and the overall experience was fantastic. The ambience of Fat Cow and the interior setup were great. Upon entering, you were warmly welcomed and ushered to your seats by the waiter/waitress. They were great at introducing and having small chats to make you comfortable.

Chefs were great and clear with their presentation of each dishes. Little do I need to say, every dish served were fantastic (dish with beef definitely a mind-blown). We were fully stuffed.

Aside from its inaccessible location, the food and service overpowered the fact that you definitely have to give it a try.

Amy Fu

45. Coucou

Coucou - Restaurants Singapore
Coucou – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Coucou)
Key ServicesClassic Cuisine
Address9 Craig Road, Singapore 089669
Phone+65 6226 0060
Operating Hours Mon – Sun: 12.00pm – 2.15pm 6pm-10.15pm (Last Food Order)

Step into Coucou, and you’ll be whisked away to a warm ski chalet. The Swiss company is decorated with quirky cuckoo clocks (a homage to its name), pleasant lighting, and oak furniture, as well as serving classic food. The cuisine, like the ambience, is on point. The choice of rosti and fondue for two is a must-try. Swiss ingredients are also evident in desserts such as Ovaltine (which originated in Switzerland) mousse with lakerli served in a cup.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Cosy ambiance and place
  2. Great place for an intimate dining experience
  3. Desserts like Ovaltine is highly recommended

Client Testimonial:

I had made dinner reservations for a table of 4 pax. I requested for a nice indoor table. We were punctual and promptly escorted to our table which was lovely. The menu is quite elaborate and we were really lost and spoilt for choice. We requested the host to help us choose some dishes. We ordered a bunch of items – the original Swiss fondue for 2 pax, half meat platter, Rosti with ham, cheese dome, a bottle of nice red wine and we ended with a deliciously sinful chocolate fondue. To be honest we were completely stuffed with the amount of food we ordered and managed to finish all the food. The bread was nice too and the flavour of the melted cheese was amazing. We felt like we were in Geneva enjoying delicious swiss food. We would love to dine here again. The staff was super friendly and nice to us. 10/10

For the food, the ambience and the service.


46. Lolla

Lolla - Restaurants Singapore
Lolla – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Lolla)
Key ServicesCasual Restaurant
Address22 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069702
Phone+65 642312 
Operating Hours Lunch: 12noon to 2:30pm (12noon to 3pm on Sundays)Dinner: 6:00pm to 11:00pm (6:00pm to 10:30pm on Sundays) We are open on public holidays except New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year, Hari Raya Puasa and Christmas Day…

Casual restaurant along Ann Siang Road with seasonal Mediterranean cuisine in small plates for sharing.

Watch the chefs prepare your food right in front of you at a dining bar, or opt for the communal table one floor below to pass the plates around. Dishes of hand-torn pasta and grilled octopus will keep everyone at the dinner table happy. 

Key Differentiators:

  1. Offers seasonal Mediterranean cuisine
  2. Open kitchen experience
  3. This restaurant is famous for its sea urchin pudding.

Client Testimonial:

Great food — we just kept ordering!! Everything was delicious and paired so nicely with their wines. My favourite dishes were the tomato salad ( so refreshing!), the sea urchin pudding (so yummy), the pastas was really good & so were the doughnuts!

Kerry Lau

47. The Summerhouse

The Summerhouse - Restaurants Singapore
The Summerhouse – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: The Summerhouse)
Key ServicesFarm-to-table cuisine
AddressSeletar Aerospace Park, 3 Park Lane, Singapore 798387
Phone+65 8809 5840
Operating Hours THE SUMMERHOUSE Brunch: Sat, Sun & PH 11:30AM to 3PM Last order at 2:30PM Dinner: Mon, Wed to Sun, Eve of & PH 6PM to 10PM Last order 9:30PM

If you’re looking for something more low-key, check out the peaceful countryside where Seletar Aerospace Park is located. The Summerhouse, one of its most popular eateries, is focused on sustainability since it uses food from their edible garden and a farming collective. While you eat the farm-to-table cuisine, enjoy an exclusive private dinner in the beautiful air-conditioned garden domes with views of fresh air and lights sparkling overhead.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Good in sustanaibility
  2. Uses fresh from the garden ingredients
  3. You may try their exclusive private dining experience

Client Testimonial:

I went to this place first time and the place is really lovely. Booked the garden dome for dinner and we had few courses which tasted incredible. I had Vicky as a table attendant. He was very knowledgeable about the food ingredients which made all dishes more interesting. He was very warm and helpful. Everything here is just perfect. Highly recommended.

Petite Pear

48. Flutes

Flutes - Restaurants Singapore
Flutes – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Flute)
Key ServicesEuropean dishes
AddressNational Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
Phone+65 6338 8770
Operating Hours Weekday Lunch     (Tue-Fri) 11.30am till 2.30pm (Last Orders 2pm) Saturday and Public Holiday Brunch 11am to 2.30pm (Last Orders 2pm) Dinner (Tue-Sat) 6.30pm till 10.30pm (Last Order 9 pm),We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Reservations are recommended.

Who would have guessed that the country’s oldest museum has a fantastic restaurant? Flutes, which has been open for over a decade, exudes all of the plushness in its vast, high-ceilinged dining room. The food is just as excellent as the ambience. The tasting menu includes exquisite European dishes like roasted bone marrow and beef tartare, beef striploin and tiger prawns, among other things.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Located in the country’s oldest museum
  2. Gives plush vibes in its grand dining room
  3. Features lovely European dishes

Client Testimonial:

We had an excellent time having dinner here. The food is delicious and service is attentive and quick. The wine and sake selection are all great, and we enjoyed the white, red wine and sake. Dining environment is comfortable and overall great dining experience.

Jackson Seng

49. Publico Ristorante

Publico Ristorante - Restaurants Singapore
Publico Ristorante – Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Publico Ristorante)
Key ServicesItalian restaurant
AddressIntercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay, 1 Nanson Road, Singapore 238909
Phone+65 6826 5040
Operating Hours MONDAY – THURSDAY 12:00PM – 10:30PM FRIDAY 12:00PM – 11:00PM SATURDAY 12:00PM – 11:00PM SUNDAY 12:00PM – 10:00PM

Locarno’s delicious Italian riverside restaurant is well-known for its wood-fired pizzas. We’re still in love with the tartufata, diavola, and prosciutto pies to this day. The homemade pastas are also worth a try. Spaghettio is a delicious dish made with spaghetti and sauce, black truffle tagliatelle, and foie gras risotto. If you’re a meat-lover at heart, enjoy the bistecca ribeye or Iberico pork secreto before washing it down with cocktails, fizzes, or draughts.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Italian riverside restaurant
  2. This restaurant is know for its wood-fired pizzas
  3. Bistecca ribeye or the Iberico pork are highly recommended.

Client Testimonial:

very attentive service staff. their pizza is very nice. the crust is good, i like the way they make it. crispy outside, and chewy inside. drinks were on point. a fair price for the ambience and fresh food.

Go Shaman

50. Esquina

Esquina- Restaurants Singapore
Esquina- Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Esquina)
Key ServicesFine dining restaurant
Address16 Jiak Chuan Rd, Singapore 089267
Phone+65 6222 1616
Operating Hours Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday 12–2:30PM, 6–10:30PM Thursday and Friday 12–2PM, 6–10:30PM, Monday and Sunday (Closed)

The best of Spanish and Catalan tastes are on display in delicate small plates that exude elegance. chef Carlos Montobbio, who has worked in Michelin-decorated kitchens like El Celler de Can Roca and Zuberoa in Spain, has raised Esquina to new heights with cuisine that embraces Mediterranean warmth.

Key Differentiators:

  1. Michelin-decorated kitchens
  2. Best of Spanish and Catalan flavors
  3. Try their oozy Basque cheesecake

Client Testimonial:

Great experience, we were seated by the road side and was windy.

The staff was v attentive and quick. I really enjoyed the lettuce starter, as well as the lobster prawn paella.

My friends enjoyed the bread and the wine choice was excellent.

Will be back!

Vicky Chen Tan Hui Ying

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