Places to Dine in Singapore
Collected by Allison Murray, AFAR Contributor
Singapore is a destination for celebrity chefs and discerning foodies. From five-star dining experiences to casual street food, the Pan-Asian influences in Singaporean cuisine have made dining in this city is a quintessential experience.
2 Orchard Turn, #55-01 ION Orchard Mall, 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...
124 Onan Rd, Singapore 424536
Built in 1942, this family-run bakery claims to be the oldest surviving Muslim bakery in Singapore. It is a jack-of-all-trades, turning out to-die-for Indian curry puffs and naan along with English pastries and cakes, French bread, and Malay...
47/49 Armenian Street, Singapore 179937
The Peranakans, a people unique to Singapore and its Straits neighbors, developed a fusion cuisine that combines Chinese ingredients with Malay spices and cooking techniques. The tangy and aromatic dishes often incorporate ingredients unfamiliar...
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...
20 Trengganu St, #02-01 Chinatown, Singapore 058479
An evergreen Chinese favorite, dim sum is great to snack on when visiting Singapore’s famed hawker centers or exploring the city’s Chinatown. Dim sum literally means “touch the heart,” and the authentic local offerings are...
10 Bayfront Ave, 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...
154 Rangoon Rd, Singapore 218431
Bak kut teh (or meat bone tea) is a simple, hearty, comforting Chinese soup with a peppery kick that you can dress up as simply or as daringly (add kidneys, liver, and other organs) as you like. Originally a breakfast dish, it is now eaten any...
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...
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