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.
Chatterbox is one of the best places to find Hainanese chicken rice, a local favourite. In fact, the dish is the star attraction here. The chicken is firm; the rice fragrant while the ground chilli sauce with ginger provides the finishing touch. Other local favourites include the King Prawn Fried Hokkien Noodles, Chatterbox Lobster Laksa . Burgers, sandwiches and salads are also available. The wine list presents the normal fare. The vibrant Asian flavors contrast with the subtle decor of the hotel and complement its warm hospitality which ensures a pleasant experience every time you dine here.
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.
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.
Set in Palais Renaissance shopping mall in Singapore, Sushi Kimura is an upscale restaurant. It is managed by the acclaimed Chef Tomoo Kimura. The menu includes a variety of dishes like freshly-prepared sushis, sashimis, soups, grilled items and a lot more. This restaurant features sophisticated interiors, Japanese-style decor and counter-style seating arrangements. Owing to the popularity of the restaurant, it is best to book a table much in advance. Visit this restaurant and explore the unique flavors of Japan.
Located along Scotts Road in Singapore, Buona Terra is a one-Michelin starred restaurant. It is headed by the renowned Chef Denis Lucchi. This fine dine restaurant offers a range of dishes from the Italian cuisine. Patrons can choose from a selection of multi-course menus that they have to offer. Some of the dishes served here includes pastas, risotto, seafood and a lot more. This restaurant is home to a well-stocked wine cellar. Its sophisticated and light-colored decor exudes a warm and classy vibe.
Allow yourself to be swept away by irresistible sushi at the Michelin- star restaurant Ginza Sushi Ichi. Fine and fresh ingredients are sourced all the way from Tokyo every week to ensure the best quality cuisine. While two types of omakase are offered at the restaurant, Sushi Ichi has often received a mention of the sushi omakase. The ikura bowl, rice and traditional Edomae sushi are also to look out for. While the cheque may be a little heavy on your pocket, you can be rest assured of a satiating and exquisite meal being served to you.
Celebrating the flavors of nature, Esora offers Japanese cuisine in a Kappo-style setting. Seasonal cuisine is offered here and the platter presentations also feature the theme of various seasons. While you can choose between the seven and nine-course prix fixe menus, a choice of tea pairings is also available here. One of its dishes that has been greatly appreciated includes a platter featuring an autumn woodland forest. The pristine platter has a delicate balance of flavors that makes for a heartfelt gastronomic experience. Each of the platters has a story to tell and reflects a sense of nostalgia and fanaticism along with seasonal changes. This restaurant is great for those who wish to relish flavorful seasonal cuisine.