Tippling Club is a wonderful restaurant that takes its guests on an unforgettable culinary journey that represents a fun and lively approach to international cuisine and drinks. Tippling Club is popular for its delicious tasting menu and fine selection of cocktails. The decor is quite interesting and reminds one of a warehouse art store while the seating of the bar is such that you get a good view of the restaurant and the scenic outdoors.
Located in Shaw Centre, Les Amis is an award-winning restaurant. Established in 1995, the restaurant is popular for serving the best French cuisine in the city. The interiors are rich, classy with warm lights, and beautiful chandeliers hanging. While you are ordering to try their braised veal cheek, charcoal-grilled sole fish, and homemade terrine of foie gras. If you wish to treat yourself and your loved ones try their tasting menu or reserve a seat at the chef's table and prepare to be amazed by the delicious dishes. Les Amis has vegetarian options available on their menu. To compliment your food choices from the solid selection of top French wines, limited-edition ice wines from Canada, or labels from Italy, Spain, Germany, Australia, and California.
Chef-owner Dave Pynt’s brainchild, Burnt Ends, brings modern Australian barbecue to Singapore. Nestled in the Chinatown neighborhood, the restaurant focuses entirely on grill-based cooking, i.e., almost every preparation here is touched by the dual-cavity brick kiln. Yet, in no way is the menu restricted or dominated by animal protein. Here, garlic shoots make as much of an appearance as the rosemary-imbued lamb, and seafood connoisseurs are delighted with the king crabs and freshwater marrons. Reserve a table at this award-winning, Michelin-star restaurant at the earliest, for a long queue of eager gastronomes is ahead of you.
Level 33 is an uptown restaurant, lounge and microbrewery serving modern European cuisine and craft beers, wines and champagnes. Located in the exquisite Marina Bay Sands, this authentic restaurant and lounge is a perfect place to spend a romantic evening. The ambiance being setup in a sophisticated manner, this restaurant gives a complete urban dining experience. If you are wondering when to visit, know that the restaurant is popular for its gourmet Saturday Brunch, Sunday Roast and a Beer Flight Prix Fixe menu.
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.
This casual, modern trattoria has become one of the more popular Italian joints in town. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows allow natural light to stream in and the décor creates a relaxed ambiance that appeals to the upscale diner as well as a younger crowd. Prego's wood-fired pizzas are freshly made and come with wide variety of toppings including seafood. The mainstays are the pasta dishes, each more delicious than the last, making it nearly impossible to choose. Meat dishes such as the pan-fried salmon with grilled veggies in basil pesto are tasty as well. Italian wine is available by the glass. This upscale version of the traditional Italian trattoria boasts all the charm and family-friendly appeal of its inspiration, yet promises a refined dining experience.
After backpacking and footslogging across the Causeway from Singapore, you will probably set foot in this eatery first, before any others. To quench your thirst, go for a beer or a fruit juice. As for vittles, try the chicken rice and noodle soup with bean curd. Then, if you have time to kill, sample the à la carte seafood as well. Once satiated, you may want to buy some Malaysian ringgit from the in-house money-changer.
Sharing a two-storey masonry structure with a driving range, this restaurant serves up popular seafood fare along with complimentary views of flying golf balls. Functional furnishings—plastic chairs and makeshift tables covered with white cloth—line the air-conditioned interiors. Besides familiar favorites like Chilly Crab, Drunken Prawns and Steamed Fish, the chefs regularly create one or two new culinary concoctions which are heavily advertised on cloth banners hung along the main road leading to the entrance. Parking space is ample. Beer and soft drinks are available.
If you’re looking for a healthy lunch, try Mescluns: Singapore’s longest salad bar. Choose from a wide variety of leafy greens, corn, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, and lean meat or seafood. Finally, squirt your creation down with a few choices of salad dressing. If you’re in the mood for something more substantial, Mescluns also offers sandwiches and soups that are just as fresh and flavorful as the salads. Take-out is available and they will deliver around the central business district on weekdays. Take note: a second outlet can be found in City Link Mall.
Perfect for an after work cocktail or casual meal, The Porterhouse Pub and Bistro offers a relaxing and inviting atmosphere. The decor can be described as rustic yet refined, with exposed wooden beams, earth tones and captivating art adorning the walls. Various brands of local and imported beer are available on tap, as well as a generous selection of whiskey, brandy, wine and other hard liquor. The cuisine features a European influence with dishes such as grilled foie gras, seafood pastas, premium steaks and more.
There is no dearth of dessert shops and pastry stores in Chinatown but one such store, which really stands out, is the Tai Thong Cake Shop. This family run cake shop, like others in the area has been in this industry for close to 7 decades. But what sets them apart from the lot is the portrayal of authentic Cantonese desserts all year long. Their focus is on bringing the traditions of Guangdong province to Singapore and give people a taste of their traditions.
The stunning Ayasofya Turkish Restaurant is the place to go if you enjoy kunefe, baklava, Mandi rice, balloon bread, hummus, and many other dishes that involve Turkish cuisine to the fullest. This restaurant, a minute's walk from Masjid Sultan, has been serving out the greatest Turkish meals in Singapore to its customers for years. There are several hues and colorful lighting fixtures present in the pleasant and welcoming atmosphere. The indoor area of this establishment boasts lovely wall paintings in addition to several traditional Turkish prints covering the furniture and the walls.