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Top 25 Best Michelin Starred Restaurants in Singapore [2021 Edition]

Michelin stars are the most prestigious awards for restaurants around the world. The Michelin Guide is an award that is used by culinary experts to judge restaurants. This list of Micheline starred restaurants in Singapore serves as a guide for those who want to enjoy the best in dining in Singapore with different cuisine type and price ranges. Here are some of the best Michelin Starred restaurants in Singapore, as curated by Tropika Club Magazine.


1. Jaan by Kirk Westaway

Introduction:

JAAN by Kirk Westaway is an internationally celebrated restaurant on the highest floor of the iconic Swissôtel The Stamford in Singapore. Helmed by Executive Chef Kirk Westaway, the establishment is committed to putting a definitive mark on modern British cuisine – promising an elevated reinterpretation of British gastronomy through a modern and innovative culinary lens.

Born in South West Britain, Executive Chef Kirk Westaway channels a rooted passion for natural flavours, reminiscent of his childhood in England, into signature culinary masterpieces that are distinctively unique.

The intimate 40-seat restaurant has a sophisticated interior that features an elegant private dining room for exclusive events as well as a stunning Murano chandelier that spans the entire length of the restaurant ceiling. JAAN by Kirk Westaway’s dining experience is further enhanced by the breath-taking view of Singapore’s scenic landscape as well as the truly exquisite culinary service experience that have become the hallmark of this multi-award winning restaurant.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Seared Langoustine
    • Squab Pigeon
    • Strawberry Eton Mess
    • Cornish Turbot
    • and many more

Location: 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882 (Hotel Swissôtel The Stamford)

Contact: +65 6874 1488

Website: https://www.jaan.com.sg/


2. Odette

Introduction:

Chef Julien Royer earned unanimous acclaim with Odette, a fine dining concept that emphasizes a comprehensive experience. The interior in muted pink and grey makes a lovely prelude to a graceful meal that unfolds with culinary and artistic vision. Unique combinations and exquisite plating are matched by precise balance and contrasting flavors with occasional Japanese touches. His signature pigeon dish with seasonal garnishes is simply to die for.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Limousin Milk-Fed Veal
    • Singapore Garden
    • Turbotin ‘Pointe Bretagne’ Grenobloise
    • Confit Milk-Fed Axuria Lamb
    • and many more

Location: 1 St Andrew’s Road #01-04, Singapore 178957

Contact:  +65 6385 0498

Website: https://www.odetterestaurant.com/


3. Alma by Juan Amador

Introduction:

Having cooked in some of the finest restaurants in the region, Singaporean Executive Chef Haikal Johari creates exceptional modern-European dishes with Asian influences.

Deeply inspired by Japanese cuisine, Chef Haikal marries his training in European cuisine with hearty Asian flavours and ingredients to create titillating dishes that are exhilarating and familiar, all at once. Fresh, seasonal produce is specially flown in from different parts of the world for Chef Haikal’s exciting creations.

Alma offers a great value 3-course set lunch starting from only $65++ which is great for corporate lunches or a mid-week treat in the bustling Orchard area. Diners can enjoy exceptional ambience both in the spacious restaurant, as well as outdoors on the lounge terrace with bar.

Alma’s wines are specially curated by our experienced in-house sommelier. Their wines are shipped twice a year directly from suppliers, offering the best wine prices in the market for connoisseurs.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Boston Lobster Cappellini
    • Grilled Iberico Pork Jowl
    • Valrhona Ivoire
    • Kumamoto A4 Beef
    • and many more

Location: Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221

Contact: [email protected]

Website: https://alma.sg/


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4. béni by Kenji Yamanaka

Introduction:

A Japanese reinterpretation of authentic French cuisine with chef’s table experience, béni aims to share the blessings of a genuinely delightful food and drink, combined with impeccable service. The exclusive fine-dining establishment integrates French fine dining cuisine and Japanese produce including the Ozaki A5 Wagyu Beef from Miyazaki prefecture.

Guests are brought on an intimate and indulgent gastronomic journey through a series of courses featuring the best of the four seasons served by Chef de Cuisine, Kenji Yamanaka.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Charcoal Grilled Australian Wagyu Tomahawk
    • Sakoshi Bay Sashimi-grade Oyster
    • Asperge Blanche
    • Signature Scallop
    • and many more

Location: 333A Orchard Road #02-37 Mandarin Gallery Singapore 238897

Contact:  +65 9159 3177

Website: http://www.beni-sg.com/httpdocs/index.html


5. Burnt Ends

Introduction:

Founded by Chef-Owner Dave Pynt, Burnt Ends is a modern barbecue restaurant in Singapore’s Chinatown neighbourhood serving modern Australian barbecue and boutique wines and spirits in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.

At the heart of this modern barbecue restaurant is an open-concept kitchen with a custom four-tonne, dual cavity oven and four elevation grills. Burnt Ends writes new menus daily and believes that there is magic that comes from cooking with wood. Burnt Ends has held its One-Michelin star since first awarded in 2018.

Offerings:

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  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Steak Frites
    • Bone Marrow and Togarashi
    • 45 day Dry Aged Blackmore’s OP Rib
    • The Burnt Ends Sanger
    • and many more

Location: 20 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088391

Contact: [email protected]

Website: https://burntends.com.sg/


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6. Basque Kitchen by Aitor

Introduction:

Established in October 2018 as Singapore’s first Basque-centric restaurant celebrating the country’s indigenous culture and produce, Basque Kitchen by Aitor was awarded its first Michelin Star in the 2019 edition of Michelin Guide Singapore.

Reopening in its second home within the historical building of The Fullerton Waterboat House, Basque Kitchen by Aitor begins a new chapter while staying true to its produce-driven culinary philosophy.

The restaurant showcases contemporary Basque cuisine reinterpreted by Chef-Patron Aitor Jeronimo Orive. Comprising a 38-seater dining room and a private room boasting fine views across the waterfront. Basque Kitchen by Aitor is open for both lunch and dinner, offering an exclusive tasting menu for each of the sessions.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Oxtail Rice
    • Charcoal Grilled Line Caught Hake
    • Milk-Fed Lamb from the basque Pyrenees
    • Basque Burnt Cheese Cake
    • and many more

Location: 3 Fullerton Rd, #02-01/02/03, The Fullerton Waterboat House,, Singapore 049215

Contact: +65 6224 2232

Website: https://basquekitchenbyaitor.com/


7. Les Amis

Introduction:

Les Amis is as good-looking today as it was when it opened in 1994. This singularly sophisticated and world-renowned restaurant is spread over two floors and run with impeccable attention to detail. The set menus offer French classics with the occasional Asian influence; signature dishes include blue lobster and potato salad. Round out the meal with the unmissable silky-soft baba au rhum. The stunning wine list is one of the best in Asia.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Traditional veal pâté-en-croûte with foie gras, pistachio and truffle
    • Ox tongue within a calf’s head balanced with a fresh herb salad and aromatic veal jus
    • Chef Sebastien’s signature Blue Lobster Salad
    • Chef Sebastien’s signature Dark Chocolate Tart
    • and many more

Location: 1 Scotts Rd, #01 – 16 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208

Contact: +65 6733 2225

Website: https://www.lesamis.com.sg/

8. Zén

Introduction:

Courtesy of the famed restaurant Frantzén in Sweden, this third Asian venture of the celebrity chef opens in a shophouse dates from 1926. Diners are offered an aperitif and amuse-bouche on the first floor, before the neo-Nordic, eight-course tasting menu with Japanese influences is presented on the second floor. Petit fours and coffee are served in the living room on the top floor. Reservations are mandatory, preferably made online.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Wild turbot, grilled on the bone over hot coals, Hokkaido blue mussels, steamed, grilled and seasoned with brown butter,Vin Jaune and mussel stock sauce, finished with sprouted walnuts and walnut oil, also featuring Zén prestige caviar
    • Celeriac Blini topped with Bafun Uni & Charred A5 Wagyu
    • Aged Shima Aji, apricot kosho, black radish & watermelon radish, myoga, fermented mirabelle & shiso dressing, roasted coffee oil⠀
    • Turbot, dry aged, brined, grilled over binchotan, Seasoned with lemon and cepe oil, Sauce made yoghurt whey, razor clam stock, goats butter and split with ramson oil, Lacto fermented ramson caper and grilled ramson leaves
    • and many more

Location: 41 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089855

Contact: +65 6534 8880

Website: https://www.restaurantzen.com/


9. Buona Terra

Introduction:

Buona Terra means ‘Good Earth’ in Italian. Buona Terra is an ode to the Italian love affair with food and dining. With the whole of Italy as his inspiration and larder, Chef Denis Lucchi personally handpicks the finest produce of its soil. Then, brilliantly reinventing tradition, he transforms these luscious ingredients into contemporary works of art.


Buona Terra is Italian food-craft at its most thoughtful and original and gastronomically refined. It is also a return to cherished basics: the conscious, unhurried enjoyment of flavours; the hospitality that makes you feel right at home; and the enduring memories that come from a truly great meal and a special experience.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu, Lunch menu, Dinner menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Aged A5 Wagyu Carpaccio, Porcini, Black Truffles
    • Chestnuts, Hazelnuts Cake, Chestnuts Ice Cream
    • Signature Cigar
    • Cuttlefish Salad Celery Melon Mint Caviar
    • and many more

Location: 29 Scotts Road, Singapore 228224

Contact: +65 6733 0209

Website: https://www.buonaterra.com.sg/


10. Labyrinth

Introduction:

Labyrinth by Chef LG Han, is a new expression of Singapore cuisine. As an avenue that boasts the produce Singapore has to offer, Labyrinth is engaged in a deeper conversation with local farmers, fishermen and fishery ports. It is an exploration of age-old recipes, and an expression of local flavours and food memories.

Chef LG Han unveils a contemporary dining experience that pays tribute to Singapore and his late grandparents, evoking a multitude of memories and emotions. A symbiosis of the farms – on soil and in water – and the kitchen, Labyrinth takes diners on an exploration through the pairing of flavours and profiles of local produce inspired by chef’s memories growing up in Singapore; challenging the myth and pre-conceived notions of Singapore.

Offerings:

  • Lunch menu, DInner menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Bafun Uni, Kaluga Caviar
    • “An Ode to Cairnhill Steakhouse”
    • Kuhlbarra Barramundi
    • “My Favourite Pasar Malam Snacks”
    • and many more

Location: Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue #02-23, Singapore 039802

Contact: +65 6223 4098

Website: https://www.restaurantlabyrinth.com/


11. Meta

Introduction:

Having moved in 2018 and settled into its current space, Meta still boasts an open kitchen for diners to interact with chefs, but its décor takes on warmer grey and wood tones. Only five- and seven-course menus are offered, but they change every three months. The Korean chef excels at reinventing Australian food with Asian – largely Korean – twists, as seen in signatures like raw oyster with ginger lemon gochujang, and perfectly cooked Jeju abalone.

Offerings:

Meta, short for metamorphosis, one-Michelin-starred is representative of the ever-changing F&B industry, as well as its culinary team’s evolutionary approach to the menu.


At the restaurant, dishes and flavour combinations are reinterpreted to reflect Chef Sun Kim’s experiences. Combining his Korean heritage, Japanese culinary techniques, and Western culinary training, Meta presents innovative and well-balanced dishes that utilise the best seasonal produce and ingredients from around the globe.

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Burnt Cheese Cake
    • Crispy Amadai, Bbq Blue Mussels, Braised Daikon, Kolhrabi and a sauce made using the bones of the fish and daikon.
    • MONT BLANC – Smoke Chestnut cream , Hokkaido milk icecream & BBQ chestnut.
    • BBQ Galbi, Morels stuffed with Gang-Doenjang. Burdock Rice cooked in a claypot , grilled Maitake mushrooms finished with a sprinkle of Garlic Crumble.
    • and many more

Location: Meta Restaurant, 1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109

Contact: +65 6513 0898

Website: https://metarestaurant.sg/


12. Terra

Introduction:

Japanese Chef-Owner Seita Nakahara is an ambassador for the unique Tokyo Italian dining experience. His reverence for two of the world’s richest culinary legacies – Japan’ s and Italy’s – shines through his dishes. His 20+-year career has taken him through the Italian kitchens of Tokyo in Japan; Tuscany, Sicily and Piedmont in Italy; and ultimately here in Singapore.


In delivering the signature terra Tokyo Italian Omakase, Chef Seita continues to push boundaries with his culinary creativity, crafting each course from hand-selected seasonal ingredients direct from Japan’s farms and producers.

Offerings:

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  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Chilled Capellini with Hokkaido Scallops and Caviar
    • Hokkaido Hairy Crab, Hokkaido Bafun Uni and Caviar Salad
    • Pan Fried Managatsuo (Silver Pomfret) with Genboku Shiitake Mushrooms, Homemade Sun-dried tomato sauce
    • Carpaccio Himemasu (Kokanee) with Homemade Shiso Green Sauce and Japanese Micro Herbs
    • and many more

Location: 54 Tras St, Singapore 078993

Contact: +65 9751 2145

Website: https://www.terraseita.com/


13. Corner House

Introduction:

Founded in 2014, Corner House is the articulation of a culinary vision by creative restaurateur and wine aficionado Renny Heng. Recognising the potential of the conserved Black and White Colonial House, he set about putting together a team that was as passionate as himself to create a distinctive destination for dining.


Spaciously appointed for up to 46 guests, the two-storey house surrounded by nature seems purposed built for relaxation and comfort. Its wide welcoming verandas and vestibules have become beckoning nooks, whether for business hosting or intimate get-togethers, with luminous natural light during the day and the soft glow of lamps in the evenings.


Since the debut of the Singapore Michelin Guide, Corner House has been awarded one Michelin star each year from 2016. It was also listed in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2016 and ranked 42nd in 2020.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Black Pepper Lobster Capellini with Grilled Zucchini
    • French Earl Grey Tea Saumure Duck
    • Miso Scottish Salmon with Seaweed
    • Mum favourite’s Lemon Tart with Calamansi Curd and Meringue
    • and many more

Location: 1 Cluny Road Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569

Contact: +65 6469 1000

Website: https://cornerhouse.com.sg/


14. GAIG

Introduction:

This relaxed and friendly restaurant is run by the same family as its namesake in Barcelona. It serves Catalan dishes prepared the same way as they were back in the 19th century, such as cannelloni and quail Alcántara-style. The chef shops for the best produce in local markets three times a week. The wine menu has a great Spanish selection at very reasonable prices. Make sure you finish up with their unmissable Catalan crème brûlée.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Pigeon Paella
    • Mel i Mató
    • Charcoal Grilled Octopus with Cauliflower
    • Duck Foie Fras and Anchovies
    • and many more

Location: 16 Stanley St, Singapore 068735

Contact: +65 6221 2134

Website: https://singapur.restaurantgaig.com/


15. Restaurant JAG

Introduction:

In his cooking, Chef Jeremy Gillon uses 40 dried herbs from the Savoie region of the French Alps, where he spent most of his career. But unlike typical Savoyard food that is heavy and greasy, his preparations are light in flavours, strong in creative flair. Sip herby cocktails and well selected wines at the lounge area on the upper floor, before embarking on an Alps-inspired culinary adventure in the dining room on the ground floor.

Offerings:

Restaurant JAG is a 1 Michelin star french fine dining restaurant with a “No Menu” approach. The meal experience is built around the diner’s dietary inclinations using the seasons produce.

The cuisine at JAG revolves heavily around wild-forgaed Savoie herbs. Vegetables of the season take centre stage here.


The dining room at JAG is an intimate space with just 7 tables and a capacity of 26 guests.
Each experience is as unique as the diner themselves.

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Reine des Prés
    • Savoie herb Surreau, Beetroots and Sorell Butterfly
    • Braised whole leg of Pyrenees Baby Lamb served with Seasonal Vegetable
    • Angelique – Artichoke, Linseed, Pyrenees Lamb⠀
    • and many more

Location: 76 Duxton Road Level 1, Singapore 089535

Contact: +65 3138 8477

Website: https://www.restaurantjag.com/


16. Putien

Introduction:

PUTIEN began as a coffee shop in Singapore’s Kitchener Road in 2000 and has since grown into a popular chain with 71 outlets in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Taiwan and Philippines.

PUTIEN serves cuisine from the Fujian Province in China: characteristically light, down-to-earth, and flavourful food with an emphasis on fresh ingredients. PUTIEN prides itself on fulfilling its mission to create an exceptional culinary experience to diners from all over the world.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • PUTIEN “Ca Fen”
    • Claypot Yellow Croaker Soup
    • PUTIEN Sweet & Sour Pork with Lychees
    • PUTIEN Crispy Oyster
    • and many more

Location: 127 kitchener road, Singapore 208514

Contact: [email protected]

Website: https://www.putien.com/


17. Rhubarb Le Restaurant

Introduction:

A small contemporary French restaurant nestled in the tranquil Duxton Hill. Opened in 2014 by Chef Paul Longworth, Jerome Desfonds & Alice Low-Ang. In 2016, Rhubarb was awarded 1*Star in the inaugural Singapore Michelin Guide and has retained it each year since.


Serving set Lunches & Dinners, Rhubarb prides itself on not only delivering the highest standards, sourcing the best ingredients & wines but offering a wide array of value. Situated on charming Duxton Hill, Rhubarb offers comfort & elegance whilst retaining all the best characteristics of this conservation shop house.


In the intimate dining room with just 7 tables, guests are taken care of with special attention while watching the chefs in the open plan kitchen. With his young team, Chef Paul shares his unique approach to French Gastronomy.
Rhubarb offers a wine list based around french Regions and in addition a small selection of fine digestif.

Offerings:

  • Lunch menu, Dinner menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Confit Chicken
    • Steamed obsiblue prawns, blackened pomelo, ikura and finished with a refreshing peach vinaigrette
    • Amuse Bouche, Storm Clam, Juice Jelly, Amaranth
    • Strawberry Lemongrass White Chocolate dessert
    • and many more

Location: 3 Duxton Hill Singapore 089589

Contact: +65 81275001

Website: https://www.rhubarb.sg/


18. Braci

Introduction:

Perched on the top two floors of a charming heritage shophouse by the Singapore River, Braci is an exclusive Italian hideaway in the heart of bustling Boat Quay overlooking the river.


By Michelin star Chef-Restaurateur Beppe De Vito and Chef de cuisine Mirko Febbrile, the modern-luxe open-kitchen restaurant and rooftop bar features progressive Italian cuisine and classic cocktails reinvented through modern techniques.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Sea Urchin Tagliolini Pasta
    • Mottainai Lamb meets the embers of Braci’s Josper Grill, with Wild Garlic, micro Spring herbs and Sunchoke
    • White Asparagus with Mascarpone, Smoked Yolk and Colatura
    • Ethereal Ricotta Cheese Ice Cream tempered with a tinge of Parmigiano-Reggiano
    • and many more

Location: 52 Boat Quay, Level 5/6, Singapore 049841

Contact: +65 6866 1933

Website: https://www.braci.sg/


19. Shisen Hanten

Introduction:

Born in the Szechwan province of China, Chen Kenmin perfected his craft in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China before settling in Yokohama, Japan. Capitalising on his culinary expertise in Chinese food, he worked his way to become a culinary legend in Japan. His vision was to “make Shisen Hanten customers truly appreciate Szechwan food through all the five senses.” He passed down his legacy to his eldest son, Chen Kenichi, who himself earned wide acclaim as one of Japan’s most celebrated iron chefs.


Nicknamed “The Szechwan Sage,” Chen Kenichi expanded the family business, branching out across Japan and imbuing his personal touch to the Shisen Hanten brand by incorporating fresh new ideas into the menu offerings. His signature dishes emphasised the seven basic flavours that give Szechwan food that distinct boldness, namely – sour, pungent, hot, sweet, bitter, aromatic, and salty.


Shisen Hanten at the Mandarin Orchard Singapore is the chain’s debut outside of Japan, setting the stage for third-generation Chen Kentaro to continue his family legacy and introduce Japan’s best loved Szechwan restaurant to audiences in Singapore.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • South African 3-head Jumbo Abalone
    • Shisen Hanten Five Signature Appetisers
    • Szechwan Hot and Sour Seafood Soup
    • Stir-Fried Prawn with Mala Sauce
    • and many more

Location: Level 35, Orchard Wing, Mandarin Orchard Singapore, 333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867

Contact: +65 6831 6262

Website: https://www.shisenhanten.com.sg/


20. CUT by Wolfgang Puck

Introduction:

The bone marrow flan with mushroom marmalade at this luxurious steakhouse from Wolfgang Puck may be just as good as the LA original, but you’re really here for the eating of beef. Steaks are expertly seasoned and grilled over charcoal before being finished off under a 1200 degree broiler to leave them succulent, tender and juicy. The wine list offers over 650 labels. You can also eat at the counter in the more casual bar area.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Australian Rangers Valley Angus Porterhouse
    • Praline mascarpone bar, chocolate chiffon, mascarpone mousse, giandujua glaze, passionfruit-guava sorbet
    • Dover Sole à la Meunière, Preserved Lemon, Parsley
    • Butterscotch Apple Crumble & Banana Cream Pie
    • and many more

Location: 2 Bayfront Avenue B1-71, Galleria Level The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 018972

Contact: +65 6688 8517 

Website: https://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/cut.html


21. Garibaldi

Introduction:

Ossobuco, costoletta alla Milanese and tiramisu are some of the signature dishes here, at one of the city’s best known Italian restaurants. The affable owner, though, wants everyone to be able to find their favourite dish which is why he offers such a large, all-encompassing menu. The impressive wine list, featuring around 7000 labels, is another feature for which this cosy and contemporary-styled restaurant is celebrated.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Gratin White Asparagus with Smoked Scamorza Cheese & San Daniele Ham
    • Spaghetti “Chitarra” with Roasted Spanish Octopus Leg, Cherry Tomatoes & Broccolini
    • Roasted Hormone-Free Chicken Thigh with Truffle Mushroom Ragout and Mashed Potatoes
    • Angus Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom Ragout in Truffle Cream Sauce
    • and many more

Location: 36 Purvis Street #01-02 Singapore 188613

Contact: +65 6837 1468

Website: https://www.garibaldi.com.sg/?lang=en


22. Yen Yakiniku

Introduction:

Top-notch cuts of Japanese Wagyu dominate this menu with occasional U. S. and Australian offerings. Eschewing the more expensive A5 grade that some find overly greasy, the head chef (who used to work for the famous Da-Wan in Taiwan) prefers A4 beef for a balance of fat and meat. He also recommends oyster blade, ox tongue with grated onion, and Carabineros shrimp done two ways – all grilled to perfection by the chefs in front of your counter seat.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Iberico Pork Jowl
    • A5 Wagyu Cuts
    • A5 Omi Intercostal
    • Wagyu Fat Fried Rice
    • and many more

Location: 15 Ann Siang Road Singapore 069695

Contact: +65 6221 6380

Website: https://theyengroup.com.sg/


23. Iggy’s

Introduction:

Offering an elegant and intimate gastronomic dining experience, Iggy’s 32-seat restaurant offers a highly seasonal menu that reflects the dynamism of the international culinary scene by way of the Singaporean palate. Their menu focuses on using the freshest seasonal produce from Japan and around the world.

Established in 2004, Iggy’s has been at the forefront of Singapore’s fine dining gastronomic culture since its inception. Restaurateur and sommelier Ignatius Chan seeks to continuously push culinary boundaries to provide delicious food and wines through his namesake restaurant, Iggy’s. 1* Michelin Guide Singapore, since 2017

Offerings:

  • Lunch menu, Dinner menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Black Forest dessert
    • Duck à l’orange
    • “Super Mario” choc-shroom dessert
    • Slow cooked whole jade tiger abalone, pigeon jus glaze, sautéed green dragon vegetable, topped with ribbons of Manjimup black truffles
    • and many more

Location: 581 Orchard Rd, Level 3 Hilton Hotel, Singapore 238883

Contact: +65 8188 3200

Website: https://www.iggys.com.sg/


24. Candlenut

Introduction:

The world’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, Candlenut takes a contemporary yet authentic approach to traditional Straits-Chinese cuisine. The restaurant serves up refined Peranakan cuisine that preserves the essence and complexities of traditional food, with astute twists that lift the often rich dishes to a different level.

Helmed by chef Malcolm Lee, Candlenut is committed to continually create inspired and elevated Peranakan dishes using the freshest seasonal produce available.

Offerings:

  • Lunch menu, Dinner menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Aunt’s Caroline Babi Buah Keluak
    • Sambol Sotong
    • Chef’s Mum’s Chicken Curry
    • Ikan Chuan Chuan
    • and many more

Location: Block 17A Dempsey Road, Singapore 249676

Contact: 1800 304 2288

Website: https://www.comodempsey.sg/restaurant/candlenut


25. The Famous Kitchen

Introduction:

In 1979, Jeff, Jenny and their mother started a zichar seafood eatery specialising in scrumptious local-style seafood. In 2007, Changi Teochew Kitchen was established in Changi Village offering authentic Teochew delights. In 2008, Jeff and Jenny decided to rebrand the restaurant and it was renamed Famous Kitchen focusing on Nanyang cuisine and scrumptious seafood creations. The restaurant moved to Upper Thomson in 2009. In 2010, Famous Kitchen moved to its current location at Sembawang Road, Hong Heng Mansions.


After spending 19 years in China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan and Korea , Jeff decided to return to Singapore to concentrate on the operations of Famous Kitchen. Many of the dishes were inspired by Jeff’s travels around the region and were adjusted to cater to the palates of Singaporeans.
Over the past 11 years, the restaurant has garnered many accolades and one of the notable ones was being recommended by the Michelin Guide 2019.

Offerings:

  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Braised Fish Maw with Sea Cucumber in Claypot
    • Yam Ring with Scallops
    • Traditional Fish Head Curry in Claypot
    • Crab with Creamy Salted Egg
    • and many more

Location: 54 Sembawang Road, Hong Heng Mansions, #01-01Singapore 779085

Contact: +65 6636 8333

Website: https://famouskitchen.com.sg/


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