Five-Star Dining in Singapore
Collected by Arwen Joyce, AFAR Local Expert
Singapore is a foodie paradise. From molecular gastronomy to celebrity chef restaurants, the city's fine dining scene rivals that of any major city. Bring your credit card and your discerning palate.
2 Orchard Turn, #55-01, Singapore 238801
For a special occasion, Luke Magnan's restaurant Salt at the top of ION Orchard is a great choice. The views are impressive and the food, an Aussie take on modern cuisine, is impeccable. Fresh Australian and local produce is showcased on an...
41 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089855
I’m used to chefs telling me they’ve made everything I’m eating: the butter, the bread, sometimes even the wine. But Singapore’s André Chiang takes the handmade ethos to the extreme at his Restaurant André. He proudly claims responsibility for the...
19 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168650
I haven't eaten pancakes since I was a kid, but when I spotted the blackberry and chocolate pancakes at the Open Door Policy (ODP) restaurant in Singapore, I thought I might revisit my childhood. After a week of eating barbecue chicken and rice...
10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Singapore 228211
Singapore has embraced brunch in a big way. One option—found at most major hotels—is a lavish, all-you-can-eat brunch with freely flowing champagne. Prices and selection will vary slightly among them. The Marina Mandarin has a pool-bar with lounge...
5 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069688
Oxwell's upstairs dining room serves refined pub fare while the rooftop and ground-floor bars lure in a strong happy hour and late night crowd. On weekend evenings, this buzzy corner of Ann Siang Hill and Club Street is closed to traffic and fills...
10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
The Shoppes at MBS feature outposts of practically every major designer label from Armani to Versace. The Shoppes are also home to a number of celebrity chef restaurants. Here you'll find Guy Savoy, Wolfgang Puck's Cut, Mario Batali's Osteria...
10 Bayfront Avenue, Level 57, Sands Skypark Tower 1, Singapore 018956
When I'm at the Marina Bay Sands I would always prefer Sky on 57 over Ku De Ta...privacy and all. I brought my parents up to the top of the Marina Bay Sands and we stayed for a number of hours sipping wine, munching on some eats, enjoying the...
30 Raffles Ave, Singapore Flyer, Singapore 039803
In Singapore, love is in the air. Many young people live with their parents, so courting is all about being out on the town. For a grand, romantic gesture, sweep your partner off his or her feet (literally) and reserve a four-course Sky Dining...
80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Part of the waterfront development that includes sister property Fullerton Hotel and dining hub One Fullerton, the Fullerton Bay Hotel opened in 2010 and touts itself as the only hotel located on the Marina Bay waterfront. Unlike its sister hotel,...
80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
When the original Clifford Pier opened in 1933, floating hawkers sold their wares out of sampans (flat-bottomed wooden boats) docked there. Today, a namesake restaurant occupies the space once given over to the pier, and it celebrates this hawker...
80 Boat Quay, Level 5, Rooftop, Singapore 049868
At the periphery of the touristy seafood restaurants along Boat Quay, on the third floor of a nondescript building with a hidden back entrance, is an oasis of calm with an enticing drinks menu and good service. Southbridge, a refined but...
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