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.
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.
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.
Styled in a contemporary fashion, Burnt Ends offers mouth-watering grilled preparations and refreshing beverages. Its smoked quail eggs starter is wonderfully prepared and has a rich, smokey taste. Burnt Ends is one of those few restaurants where guests can actually see the crew cooking and preparing some taste-bu-tingling delicacies. It remains open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturdays from 6p till late.
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 a long day in the city, if you wish to unwind with well-poured drinks then Southbridge is the place to be. This stunning bar has an extensive terrace which lets you soak in panoramic views of the Singapore's glittering skyline while sipping on creative concoctions, eclectic spirits and impressive wines. The lit-up bar is managed by a team of master bartenders who are known to create magic with liquor. As you sit atop the high stools awaiting your drink, cool breeze and picture-perfect vistas create just the right mood. Open till midnight, Southbridge is the spot to bring in a special occasion or spend a romantic evening. To keep your hunger in check, the place offers a scrumptious seafood menu too.
If you wish to try some delicious Japanese food, Katanashi Japanese Tapas Bar is the place to be. The restaurant is located at Boat Quay and welcomes an eclectic mix of patrons. Agedashi Tofu, Yaki Udon, Aburi Shime Saba, Maguro, Nikujaga and the beef stew are some of the must-try dishes here. And, if you do not try the Sake with your meal, the meal isn't complete after all! The Honey Cream Cheese is their most delectable dessert. Katanashi has a modern decor and is furnished with comfortable seating spaces that can accommodate larger parties as well as intimate diners.
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.
Located in the colonial Arts House complex, Restaurant 1827 is easily Singapore's most posh Thai restaurant. While the dining room has an old-world elegance, the cuisine is cutting edge and the chef uses premium ingredients with modern techniques to create exciting fusion dishes. Highlights include the pan-fried scallops in basil sauce, stuffed chicken with crab mousse, and crispy duck confit with Thai spices. To pair with your meal the wine list offers more than 60 wines available by the glass or bottle. Prix-fixe menus are offered for weekday lunch and dinner and an excellent value. Restaurant 1827 can also be booked for private events.
JUMBO Seafood Gallery is a part of the JUMBO Seafood chain and is a popular spot for seafood lovers. Their Hong Kong and Chinese style dishes have wowed many patrons and are visually beautiful as well. Savor their Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab, Lobster Salad, Prawn in Cup, Drunken Prawns, Scallop Wrapped in Yam Ring, Crispy-fried Baby Squid, BBQ King Prawns and Steamed Bamboo Clam with Minced Garlic. Reservations are recommended.
Qiji is a small, family-owned restaurant chain that offers diners a selection of Singapore's traditional dishes. From its humble beginnings as food stall at Funan Centre, Qiji has garnered much acclaim and is best known for their homemade Popiah. Located at the Funan Digitalife Mall, Qiji serves up a variety of delectable local delicacies like nasi lemak, mee-siam and laksa apart from their renowned popiah. Try to arrive early as the restaurant is often crowded during lunch hours.