Top 10 restaurants in Singapore

Singapore is one of the favorite tourist destinations in South East Asia and one of the friendliest cities ever. It can offer you a great combination of cultural diversity, modern infrastructure and of course great cuisine. Wherever you are in Singapore, you can find a good restaurant as the people of Singapore love to cook, eat and serve. You can find a whole range of cuisines from South East Asian, Lebanese, Indian, French, Italian, and more. Here is a list of the top 10 restaurants in Singapore.

  1. Iggy’s

    Iggy’s restaurant offers a range of European, Asian and Fusion food and is located near the famous Orchard road. It offers a set lunch tasting menu which is a gastronomical delight for connoisseurs of food. The restaurant offers a varied menu for dinner and also customizes meals for vegetarian customers.

  2. Sam at Forest

    Sam at forest is named after Sam Leong, Singapore’s original celebrity chef who also owns a culinary salon in Chinatown. The food is as good as the inspiration behind it.

  3. Fifty Three

    It is a famous for its South East Asian delicacies like fried chicken oysters and soy powder. It is located on Armenian street and popularly known for its chef Michael Han. It is nestled in a double storey shophouse belonging to the1930s. The hotel is done in contemporary interiors and serves nature based cuisines.

  4. One Rochester

    This is one of the favorite gastrobar of Singapore, located at Rochester park area. It offers a pristine garden ambience and great interiors offering exquisite home dining experience with its mouth watering al a carte and communal menus.

  5. Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra

    Punjab Grill is one of the most famous Indian restaurants of Singapore. Located near the Marina Bay, if offers a great five-course meal for both vegetarians and non- vegetarians. Try this place for spicy and finger licking Indian food.

  6. iL Cielo

    Located on Orchard Road, iL Cielo is set beside the 24th storey rooftop of The Hilton Hotel. It is a quiet and romantic place to spend a splendid evening with your loved one. The famous preparations of this place are the burrata cheese with Tuscan olive oil served with fresh seasonal greens and cherry tomatoes. You also get a Roman pizza with lobster and caviar dressing. The pizza is especially famous for being almost wafer thin and is extremely savory.

  7. The Clifford

    The Clifford restaurant is set inside the Fullerton Bay Hotel, is famous for its Sunday brunch. You can enjoy the truffle oyster shooters, crepes suzette while enjoying the view of the skyscrapers outside the glass window panes. A dinner can also be a great experience with great food and great view to enjoy.

  8. Level 33

    Level 33 is located on the top floor of marina bay financial center. Diners look forward for seats that are set under the open air terrace. It is famous for its snacks such as fish and chips, strip loin with roasted garlic and wasabi.

  9. Barnacles

    One of the best restaurants while getting soaked in the South China Sea is the Barnacles. It is an open hut like restaurant where you can enjoy the cool and fresh breeze of the ocean while having a sumptuous Sunday brunch. You must visit this place if you love sea food and must try the sea food platter. You can taste fresh oysters from the sea, poached prawns, juicy black mussels, and rockfish soup along with grilled beef, pork sausages and jumbo prawns.

  10. Sky on 57
    Sky on 57 is located on the top floor of the Marina Bay Sands hotel and gives a 270 degree view of the city’s skyline. You can enjoy mouthwatering delights such as Maine lobster done in black pepper sauce, gras studded xiao long bao and delicious deserts with the favorite being, pandan flavored macaroon.

Have a mouth watering visit !!

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