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Michelin Two or Three Starred Restaurants in Singapore

Your List of Michelin Two or Three Starred Restaurants in Singapore

Singapore is a food paradise, and there are many Michelin two or three starred restaurants to choose from. In this article, we will introduce you to 10 of the best Michelin starred restaurants in Singapore. From fine dining to casual eateries, there is something for everyone. So whether you are looking for a special occasion or just want to enjoy some good food, be sure to check out these Michelin starred restaurants in Singapore.

Michelin Two or Three Starred Restaurants in Singapore

#1 – Odette

Introduction:

When they opened Odette five years ago, never would I have imagined that this is where we’d be today. Running a restaurant is tough, but when you get to work alongside a stellar brigade of truly passionate individuals it’s worth every moment.

I moved to Singapore over a decade ago, a young French chef, only cooking classic French cuisine, using only French products. But life here, at the crossroads of Southeast Asia, opened my senses and gave me a renewed perspective. While we have remained French in our DNA, they weren’t afraid to adapt our recipes, inspired by our experiences from this part of the world. They learned to work with their terroir, exploring native ingredients, rare varieties of citrus and spice around the region, to sourcing from farms right here in Singapore who grow us many vegetables, flowers and herbs.

Their approach evolved considerably to infuse a sense of place through product, technique, flavour and aesthetic. This principle truly drives Odette’s cuisine today, and I can proudly say that I am much happier with their approach now than the one I had before. Through their evolution, they owe so much to their community who have supported them throughout the years. Odette would not have been if not for many of you who’ve helped grow it into what it is today.

Of course, Grand-Mère, there would simply be no Odette without you. This restaurant is my tribute to the lifelong respect you instilled in me. To my soulmate, Agnes, and my family, for wholeheartedly believing in me throughout this mammoth undertaking – thank you for being my strongholds throughout it all. To my marchands de bonheur in the kitchens, on the floor, in their offices, thank you for sharing my vision, working harmoniously with relentless dedication to deliver the Odette experience. They are thankful too for the passionate work of their artisans, who nurture our produce, make their wines and entrust us with the honour of serving them, presented with the work of their craftsmen who beautify their arts de la table. Finally, to their dear guests from Singapore and all around the world, you give them the greatest pleasure of all. Thank you for allowing them to continue what they do and for bringing life into their restaurant, their home.

Menu Items:

  • Indulgence Menu (Price $358)
    • Marukyo Uni
    • Lobster Alexandre Navarre
    • Rosemary Smoked Organic Egg
    • BBQ Kinki
    • Kampot Pepper Crusted Pigeon
    • Fukuoka White Peach Vacherin
  • Fromages affinos de chez Martine Dubois (Price $12)
  • Soupe glacee de betteraves rouges et chevre frais Pommes vertes, grenade et graines de courge (Price $15)

Location: 1 St Andrew’s Rd, #01-04 National Gallery, Singapore 178957

Contact: +65 6385 0498

Website: Website Link Here


#2 – Les Amis

Introduction:

The 3 Michelin Star Les Amis made her maiden debut back in 1994 as Singapore’s first independent fine dining restaurant.
Les Amis, the French translation of ‘Friends’, was founded by a few like-minded friends who share a love and appreciation for French culture and cuisine. This common love they shared speared the founders to open Singapore’s first independent fine dining restaurant, fashion based on the standards they experienced at the top restaurants in France. This led to the birth of Les Amis in 15 March 1994.
The restaurant’s uncompromising dedication to delivering a memorable dining experience has earned them numerous awards and recognition from guests and media alike. Today, Les Amis is now the only restaurant in Asia with the coveted “Three Pillars”, covering the three main aspects of any dining experience –
3 Michelin Stars (Food), 5 Stars by Forbes Travel Guide (Service) and Grand Award by Wine Spectator (Wine).

Menu Items:

(Lunch)

LA CARTE ÉTÉ DÉJEUNER (Price $275/ 3-course) / (Price $325/ 4-course)

(Dinner)

Le homard bleu de Normandie en coraline à l’huile d’olive vierge $105
du Château d’Estoublon

La pomme de terre roseval au caviar, condiments et simples $145

L’œuf poché en robe verte au caviar, navets glacés $155

La côte de veau de l’Aubrac, asperges vertes du Pertuis, jus court $395

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

Contact: +65 6733 2225

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – 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 30-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.

Menu Items:

  • 4 or 5 Course Lunch Menu (Price $138++ / $178++)
    • Tomato Salad
    • Hens Egg
    • Cornish Seabass
    • Berkshire Pork
    • Strawberry Eton Mess Yogurt or Chocolate Hazelnut Coffee
  • Reinventing British Dinner Menu (Price $318)
    • Tomato Salad
    • Hens Egg
    • Cornish Turbot
    • Roasted Langoustine
    • Guinea Fowl
    • Strawberry Eton Mess Yogurt or Chocolate Hazelnut Coffee
  • 4 or 5 Course Vegetarian Lunch Menu (Price $138++ / $178++)
    • Tomato Salad
    • Hens Egg
    • Summer Vegetables
    • Baby Cauliflower
    • Strawberry Eton Mess Yogurt or Chocolate Hazelnut Coffee

Location: 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882

Contact: +65 9199 9008

Website: Website Link Here


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#4 – Waku Ghin

Introduction:

Incorporating fresh seasonal ingredients sourced from around the world with Japanese culinary craftsmanship, the refreshed two-Michelin-starred Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda reintroduces itself with new ways to enjoy its signature dining experience.

Designed by award-winning Japanese designer Yohei Akao, the revamped dining space features a minimalist design that integrates natural materials and intricate details that pay ode to nature and heritage.

Menu Items:

  • Marinated Botan Shrimp with Sea Urchin and Caviar (Price $150)
  • Gillardeau Oyster (Price $18/person)
  • Seasonal Vegetables with Olive & Spiced Chickpeas (Price $23)
  • Fried Beef Tenderloin Sandwich (Price $58)

Location: Level 2 Dining, L2-03 The Shoppes at, 2 Bayfront Ave, Marina Bay Sands, 018956

Contact: +65 6688 8507

Website: Website Link Here

 


#5 – Saint Pierre

Introduction:

Headed by Chef-Owner Emmanuel Stroobant, Saint Pierre is one of the best Michelin restaurants Singapore of timeless elegance, advancing bravely into the future with dining excellence. Its superlative cuisine, beautiful interiors, and a team of talented chefs have escalated the restaurant into the echelons of international accolades. The modern French restaurant was awarded two stars by Michelin Guide Singapore in 2019. Saint Pierre is one of the best Michelin-Star French Fine Dining Fullerton Singapore.

Saint Pierre is the story of Chef Stroobant – a culmination of his life’s search for self-knowledge. Here, Chef Stroobant leads you on his passage, through a sensual gastronomic dining experience, embodying his own journey and discoveries; where the art of fine dining is celebrated, and the rituals of the table are cherished and perpetuated.

At the heart of Saint Pierre lies essence-centric cuisine, the advanced extraction of concentrated, vital essences from the freshest natural ingredients to season dishes through the use of modern techniques and methods. Chef Stroobant’s global experiences manifest in his culinary style – a harmonious blend of European techniques with subtle touches of Southeast Asia, bringing flavours to the forefront of every dish.

Currently situated at One Fullerton with an impressive view of Marina Bay, Saint Pierre now seats an intimate 24 persons in the main dining room.

Menu Items:

SET LUNCH

3-course at $168 per person
~ wednesday to friday ~

4-course at $198 per person
~ wednesday to saturday ~

  • FIRST STARTER – MARRON
  • SECOND STARTER – CRAB
  • MAIN COURSE – BEEF or HATA
  • DESSERT – CHOCOLATE

Location: 1 Fullerton Road, #02-02B, One Fullerton, 049213

Contact: +65 6438 0887

Website: Website Link Here

 



#6 – Thevar

Introduction: Nestled in the heart of vibrant and buzzy Keong Saik, Thevar is a contemporary Indian restaurant that serves classic dishes with a unique twist with spices that will amaze your senses.

Menu Items:

Chef’s Menu (Price $238++)

Heirloom Tomato Chaat

Irish Oyster Rassam Granita

Rack Of Lamb – Korma

Mango Sorbet – Jaggery Granita & Guava

Location: 9 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089117

Contact: +65 9750 8275

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – Shisen Hanten

Introduction:

Michelin-rated Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro showcases the flavours of Szechwan cuisine in an elegant sitting, 35 levels above Orchard Road.
This Michelin-starred Szechwan restaurant features a Japanese chef who proudly carries on a family tradition that started when the first of the famed Shisen Hanten chain of restaurants opened in Japan in 1958. Grandson of Chen Kenmin who is regarded as Japan’s “Father of Szechwan Cuisine” and son of celebrity Iron Chef Chen Kenichi who is nicknamed “The Szechwan Sage,” Executive Chef Chen Kentaro brings to Singapore his grandfather’s vision of contributing to a greater appreciation of Szechwan cuisine through Shisen Hanten’s signature dishes.
Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro celebrates the seven basic flavours of Szechwan cuisine: sour, hot, sweet, bitter, aromatic and salty. Highlights not to be missed include Chen’s Mapo Doufu, Chen’s Original Spicy Noodle Soup, Stewed Fish Fillet in Spicy Szechwan Chilli Pepper, and Deep-fried Chicken in Spicy Szechwan Chilli Pepper.

Menu Items:

  • Bang Bang Ji (Price $26)
  • Szechwan-style Marinated Jellyfish (Price $16)
  • Foie Gras Chawanmushi with Crab Roe Soup (Price $36)
  • “Buddha Jumps Over the Wall” (Price $78)

Location: Level 35, Hilton Singapore Orchard, 333 Orchard Road Singapore, Singapore 238867

Contact: +65 6831 6262

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 – Shoukouwa

Introduction:

Hailing from long edomae sushi tradition, their Japanese chefs have honed their artistry and skills for years at prestigious Ginza establishments. With no more than eight seats right in front of the chef’s preparation table, their guests will enjoy direct interaction with, and personalised attention from their chefs.

Edomae sushi tradition dates back to the illustrious Edo era in Japan. Without access to refrigeration system in those days, and ice was expensive, the sushi was made with fresh ingredients from the close-by water ways, served and consumed quickly to preserve its freshness. Nowadays, edomae sushi chefs take pride in serving only the best seasonal seafood and produce, presenting diners with the purest flavours of the food with minimal cooking and manipulation. At Shoukouwa, the fresh fish, seafood and produce are flown daily to Singapore from Tokyo’s famed Toyosu Market.

The art of fine sushi is one that is contemplative and considered – like a Zen expression. The perfect sushi is a delicate balance of the quality of fish, proportion and temperature. The fish must be of the highest grade, undamaged during the catch, and very fresh. The rice for sushi is mixed delicately with a fine balance of rice vinegar – to allow for subtle taste without overpowering the slice of fresh fish. As the acidity of vinegar acts as a cooking agent, it is important for the sushi to be consumed within seconds of being served, picking with clean hand.

As a matter of proportion, the amount and temperature of rice for each sushi is different with different fish. A true sushi master chef will take the appropriate amount of rice, and press it for that just perfect time to get the right temperature to pair with each fish, to ensure the ideal harmony of taste and texture for consumption.

They further coddle you in an intimate space of tranquil elegance, to heighten your total dining experience to one of quiet meditative bliss for you to commune with this very exquisite culinary art form.

Menu Items:

Lunch (Price $320/ person)

Appetisers, Cooked Dished, Nigiri Sushi, Miso Soup, Japanese Omelette, Dessert

Dinner Omakase (Price $650/ person)

Appetisers, Chef’s Menu, Cooked Dished, Nigiri Sushi, Miso Soup, Japanese Omelette, DessertMenu Item C (Price $22)

Location: 1 Fullerton Rd, #02-02A One Fullerton, Singapore 049213

Contact: +65 6423 9939

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Zen

Introduction:

Zén is the sister restaurant to Frantzén in Stockholm and holds three stars in Guide Michelin. The tasting menu is carefully curated and based on both local and world-class ingredients.

Menu Items:

Fixed menu is SGD 580++ per guest excluding your choice of beverages. Beverage pairing, alcoholic and non-alcoholic is available.

Location: 41 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089855

Contact: +65 6534 8880

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – Cloudstreet

Introduction:

Cloudstreet presents a progressive yet sophisticated approach to gastronomy – marrying disparate cultures and influences in an exuberant expression, it champions ingredient-driven cuisine and seasonality.

Menu Items:

  • Baby Popcorn, Smoked Miso (Price $10)
  • Burrata (Price $26)
  • Lamb Ribs (Price $32)
  • Beef Cheek (Price $28)

Operation Hours:

Lunch: 12:00pm – 2:00pm (Friday & Saturday)
Dinner: 6:00pm – 9:00pm (Tuesday – Saturday)
Closed on Monday & Sunday

Location: 84 Amoy St, Singapore 069903

Contact: +65 6513 7868

Website: Website Link Here

 


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