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It takes more than a month to get a reservation at this two Michelin-star restaurant. Odette Restaurant is the love and passion of chef-owner, Julien Royer. An ode to his grandmother, this fine dining restaurant is exquisite in every way. Every single detail is taken care of and transformed to complement Julien's approach and its historic location. Set in the former registration room of the Supreme Court, the elegant dining room is accentuated by soft tones and drop light fixtures. Seasonal ingredients from all across the world are the showstoppers of this modern French eatery. Every plate is a work of culinary perfection and you can catch a glimpse of the action from the glass-encased kitchen, where these artisan dishes come to form. Complement your meal with signature wines from reputed vineyards.
Nestled in the Fort Canning Park and set in a striking colonial bungalow, Lewin Terrace is an exquisitely romantic restaurant. Understated elegance can be seen throughout the restaurant where black and white tones set the tone. A fusion restaurant which celebrates Japanese and French culinary styles, this fine dining eatery will wow you with their sublime, perfect plates. A feast to the senses, it is a fabulous place to impress a date or a loved one. Special occasions such as weddings and anniversaries are the forte of this place. Be sure of a memorable dining experience at this charming restaurant.
Labyrinth is the passion of chef-owner, Han Li Guang or just LG Han, a former banker and self-taught chef. Acclaimed for its innovative Singaporean cuisine, this fine dining restaurant will wow you with their sublime dishes. Each dish has a story behind it and how they are unfolded are a delight for the diner. Compact yet stylish, this intimate diner is great for romantic dinners, pre-theater meals or group dining. Reservations are highly recommended.
Nestled in a late 19th Century building within the Raffles Hotel's complex, Bar & Billiard Room's history is an illustrious one. It is said to be the first in Singapore to employ a lady bartender in the 1920s which was a revolution in itself at that time. Oozing of refined elegance and vintage charm, its chandeliers and original pool tables add a character to this place. This fabulous old timer also has an impressive selection of carefully selected whiskeys from all over the world which includes rare varieties and limited editions. Their cocktails are heavily influenced by their single malt collection. Their Sunday Champagne buffet brunch is a popular affair among the elite in the town for its lavish spread of great seafood, meats and cold cuts. Reservations are a must at this high-end bar.
Famous for originating the Singapore Sling, The Long Bar is known to both tourists and locals alike as the place to go for this unique concoction. Like the name suggests, the interior is indeed long. Tourists generally visit this classy bar after touring the world-renowned Raffles Hotel, where it is located. Similarly, many business professionals can be seen unwinding here. The dress code is smart formal. All cocktails sold here are generally of a good standard, but most people still go for the Singapore Sling.
Gunther's serves delectable French cuisine and the low-key, elegant ambiance makes for a perfect romantic dinner. The artwork adorning the walls of the restaurant date back to the Art Nouveau times and lend a distinct character to the restaurant. Mango sorbet and the restaurant's wide range of seafood delicacies are a must try.
Rhubarb Le Restaurant is a stylish French eatery and a must visit for foodies in Singapore. The shop has a beautiful location on the fascinating Duxton Hill with nice and modern decor, where each guest is treated with special care. The eating joint offers a very satisfying French fare with a wonderful selection of French wines to accompany the food. The dishes are not only prepared with enormous effort and care, but are presented with a picture perfect look to make them look enticing. Do note that guests are not allowed with open shoes, shorts and singlets in the restaurant.
Buyan Restaurant is a rare Russian restaurant and Caviar bar in Singapore. A melting pot for Russian gastronomy and culture, this restaurant is housed in a two-story structure on upscale Duxton Hill. Its set menu allows you to sample Russian haute cuisine without breaking the bank, while the à la carte option offers much choice if you are already familiar with Russian cuisine. What makes the crowd head here in huge numbers is its Caviar Bar and an impressive selection of sparkling wines, vodkas and beers. It has served gems such as Veuve Clicquot 1841, Chateau Margaux 1877 and Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1854, perhaps the oldest of its kinds in the world!
For an Italian feast, head to Oso. Settle down in the exquisite interiors with striking lights. Chefs and owners Diego Chiarini and Stephane Colleoni dole out Black Squid Ink Risotto, Homemade Linguine with Clams and Pesto Sauce with gusto. A must try in desserts are the Tiramisu, Dark Chocolate Tart and Rustica, which are delightfully sinful. The waiters are affable and efficient, making this dining experience an absolute pleasure.
Established in 1995, this award-winning establishment is arguably one of the best French restaurants in Singapore. The classy and plush atmosphere, complete with warm lights and carpeting, is a good representation of the food served here. Come well attired, as most diners are usually dressed to kill. Expect your mouth to water over dishes like the braised veal cheek, charcoal-grilled sole fish and home-made terrine of foie gras. Vegetarian options are also available. Opt for the tasting menu if you're in the mood for a special treat, or reserve a seat at the chef's table and prepare to be dazzled. Choose from the solid selection of top French wines, limited edition ice wines from Canada or labels from Italy, Spain, Germany, Australia and California.
Admist the scenic view of the city from the level 24 of the Hilton Singapore, the award-winning restaurant Il Cielo serves the Italian delicacies to its guests. The ambiance is uptown and cozy complete with an intimate pool side. The restaurant is helmed by Italian Chef Omar Bernardi and uses only natural and impeccable organic ingredients. This restaurant has a perfect setting for a complete urban dining experience.
An award winning Iron Chef award recipient and a unique venue combine to create a truly exceptional dining experience at Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora. Using only the freshest seasonal ingredients, each dish is created with an attention to detail and true understanding of fine food. Each dish is a masterpiece. A must try on their menu is the sous-vide Salmon with roe, and the Oyster tartar with sago. Though pricey, the Chef's tasting menu is a wonderful option if you're in the mood to splurge.