Restaurant in Singapore
Wandering in Singapore isn’t really complete without tasting its colorful dishes. Varying from the traditional Singaporean dishes to the sophisticated mixture of east meets west delicacies are all available in one of the smallest countries in the world. To boost your appetite while traveling to Singapore, don’t miss out on the chance to taste the foods in these highly recommended restaurants on Tripcetera.
12 Best Restaurants in Singapore
1. Burnt Ends
Burnt Ends is no doubt one of the best restaurants in Singapore and has been maintaining its position in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant. Its reputation has been spreading widely for its month-long or longer waiting list. The restaurant offers a gourmet barbeque that will leave every meat lover craving for more. One of its signature dishes is the sanger burger, or you can try its ever-changing menu of beef, fish, or lamb roasted, grilled, or smoked in 4-tonne wood-burning kiln.
If you’re looking for a Michelin Starred restaurant in Singapore, try Candlenut – a rising Peranakan restaurant that has been receiving attention. The dishes are the childhood taste of Chef Malcolm Lee which combines traditional recipes and modern twist to win the modern people’s heart of Singapore.
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3. Corner House
Corner House is preserved by the UNESCO World Heritage as this house used to be owned by British botanists during the 20th century. Now, Corner House is headed by Chef Jason Tan who puts all creativity in his food. Find the “Discovery Menu” where you can see the creativity of Chef Jason Tan and his team create a menu such as Cevennes Onion that needs several preparations, Maine lobster, or Japanese Toriyama beef.
4. Sushi Kimura
Are you a big fan of sushi? Then don’t miss out on the chance to try Michelin-star sushi in Singapore, Sushi Kimura. The original Japanese dishes are brought out to the guests in omakase-style by Chef and owner, Tomoo Kimura. Chef Tomoo has at least 20 years of experience in sushi, therefore, don’t hesitate to try his parade of seasonally Japanese small plates while enjoying the choreography of preparing sushi from the master himself.
Situated at the Stamford Road, Jaan has the best mesmerizing view of the Singapore Skyline. Jaan offers a British-inspired menu by Chef Kirk Westaway. Jaan boasting the delicacies of British and turned it into his Reinvention British creation. The dishes include English Garden that is comprised of 36 ingredients and Scottish langoustine, to pair with wine for the best experience of British culinary heritage.
6. Hajah Maimunah
Craving for authentic Malay food? Try Hajah Maimunah Restaurant, a family-run restaurant that serves kampong-style food with traditional cooking methods. At Hajah Maimunah, you will be served the intertwined taste of Malaysia and Indonesian food. Choose many from the at least 30 different dishes ranging from the renown rendang, sayur lodeh, to everyone’s favorite, grilled spicy chicken.
7. New Ubin Seafood
New Ubin Seafood is a must for those who crave for fresh sea delicacies. Serving various mix of cook, New Ubin Seafood has managed to win the local hearts. Especially with its “heart-attack fried rice” – fried rice cooked with beef fat. Try to combine the signature fried rice with the medium-rare rib eye to get the best taste. Other choices include foie gras egg special or pan-seared foie gras with a soft-boiled egg.
Meta is the creation of Chef Sun Kim, a Korean chef who combines the style of modern European cooking with a touch of Asian taste especially Korean dishes from his hometown. Meta has received one Michelin Star and is now part of the 20 best restaurants in Singapore. The menu changes to guarantee the freshness, but Korean touch will always be on the menu such as a beef tartare riff on Korean bulgogi.
Iggy is one of many Singaporeans’ favorite restaurants to go to. Iggy’s serves a mix of Europe, Australia, and Japanese dishes. The combination of these culinary creations has made Iggy’s popular among the locals for its unique dining experience. Capellini with sakura ebi, tuna belly with pinot noir is only a few among the unique menus in Iggy’s.
10. Waku Ghin
Located in Marina Bay, Waku Ghin is been attracting many good reviews since it opened in 2010. Waku Ghin uses fresh ingredients to create European/Japanese dishes. When having meals in Waku Ghin, the restaurant limits its guests to a maximum of 25 people, making your dinner as exclusive as it can get. Guests will be taken from room to room with unique enclosures and served with perfection menus such as marinated raw Botan ebi shrimp and caviar.
Odette is a French dining restaurant where you need to reserve and wait up to 2 weeks in advance. Headed by and co-owned by Julien Royer, Odette has managed to bring out his creativity on every dish of his hometown such as sorbets, meringues, and crumbles. The elegant look of the dining room also adds to its delicate ambiance.
12. The Tippling Club
Ever wondered how ultra-modern gastronomy food taste like? Try The Tippling Club, a restaurant and bar, headed by Chef and owner Ryan Clift. Part of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, people are flocking to The Tippling Club to see the culinary team prepare the food. The experience is balanced with unique food such as miniature cheesecake bottled up in prescription bottles or omelet with smoked eel and caviar.
Featured Credit Image : Erwin Soo from Singapore. [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)]
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