So, where should you go? Here are the five best restaurants in the country you should try out:
1. Saint Pierre
1 Fullerton Road, #02-02B One Fullerton, Singapore 049213
11:30 – 3:00PM , 6:30 – 11PM – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
CLOSED – Monday, Friday and Sunday
Phone: +65 6438 0887
This one-star Michelin restaurant led by Belgian Grand Chef Relais & Chateaux Emmanuel Stroobant offers a spiritual dining experience with its European-Asian fusion dishes. Each dish is created with natural ingredients and comes with concentrated flavors that would definitely awaken your senses once you make that first bite. The restaurant’s menu changes every season and they also have ala carte and children menus you can check out if you are dining with your family.
To experience the meals of Saint Pierre, you can make a reservation through Chope or contact the restaurant directly through their hotline. For private events, you can fill up their reservation form on their site or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
61 Tras St, Singapore 079000
CLOSED – Monday
6:00 – 12:00 AM – Tuesday, Wednesaday, Thursday and Saturday
12:00 – 3:00PM, 6:00 – 12:00AM – Friday
CLOSED – Sunday
Time Differs on a Holiday
Phone: +65 6224 4188
Chef’s Table is the brainchild of Austrian Chef Stephan Zoisl, who moved to Singapore in 2013 to create a restaurant that would serve great food made from the freshest ingredients available. The restaurant features menus that uses the best seasonal ingredients and this changes every day. The restaurant aims to always serve new dishes for their guests to look forward to in every visit.
Guests would be given a selection of the ingredients they would like to try out for their meal and if they don’t like a specific produce, the Chef will take it into consideration. Dishes will either be served by Chef Zoisl himself or by Head Chef Lorenz Raich.
If you wish to try out Chef’s Table, you can book a table through Chope or Quandoo, or contact the restaurant through their hotline or email at chefstable@2015L.com. You can also fill up their inquiry form on their website to learn more about the restaurant’s menu and reservation policies for private functions and events.
3 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089589
12:00 – 2:15PM, 6:30PM – 10:00PM – Monday to Friday
CLOSED – Sunday
Time differs on a Holiday
Phone: +65 8127 5001
This new restaurant owned by Paul Longworth, Jerome Desfonds and Alice Low-Ang offers French dining with a twist as the ambiance of the restaurant would help you relax and enjoy the food they offer even more. The restaurant even has intimate dining rooms where you can view the open kitchen and watch as the chefs prepare each meal.
For those with dietary requirements, you can notify the chefs in advance so they can modify your meals. An ala carte menu is also offered for groups of two or three people.
For reservations to Rhubarb Le Restaurant, you can reserve through their ResDiary app or contact them through their hotline. You can also inquire through email at email@example.com for reservations and private events.
3 Seng Poh Rd Singapore 168891 Seng Poh Rd, Singapore 168891
6:00 – 10:00PM – Monday to Thursday
12:00 – 2:30PM, 6:00 – 10:00PM – Friday to Sunday
Time Differs on a Holiday
Phone: +65 6836 3688
Located in Tiong Bahru, this Greek restaurant offers Eastern Mediterranean cuisine prepared by Greek Executive Chef Spiros Palaiologos. All the ingredients used in each Greek meal in this restaurant are carefully selected and flown in from Greece, guaranteeing an authentic Greek experience. They even offer traditional Greek desserts like baklavas and pagoto.
The restaurant also offers a unique selection of Greek drinks which are carefully selected or recommended by the restaurant’s assistant general manager Christos Parlapanis. Aside from their Greek dishes and drinks, you can also take away popular Greek treats and wines sold in the restaurant’s deli corner.
To reserve a table at BAKALAKI Greek Taverna, you can go to their website and reserve through the Quandoo widget. You can also visit them at their branch at 3 Seng Poh Road or call their hotline.
The restaurant is an extension of the 1 Michelin Star Edo-style sushi restaurant owned by Chef Shinji Kanesaka in Ginza, Japan. Similar to its Japanese counterpart, Shinji by Kanesaka introduces old Japanese culinary dishes made with contemporary ingredients and also introduce Japanese culture and art through its décor and dishes. The restaurant features an omakase menu which is prepared by a team of Japanese chefs led by Master Chef Koichiro Oshino.
Guests would also be treated to a traditional Japanese fine dining experience as they will be served by an okami-san who will make sure your needs are met during your meal. Menus for either their lunch or dinner courses are offered in sets so you can try out a variety of sushi, sashimi and other Japanese dishes for one price.
If you wish to try out the restaurant’s signature sushi offerings, you can contact the hotlines of either the Carlton Hotel Singapore or St. Regis or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fill the reservation form at the website where you can also indicate your dietary restrictions.
Preparing food, releasing its hidden potential and making dining an experience is not an easy feat to do. If you want to try out the best, you have to know where to go. When you find yourself craving for something exquisite for yourself or your loved ones, pick up your phone and contact any one of these restaurants today!