Big name chefs are partnering with hoteliers to turn up the heat on hotel dining. Whether you are looking for the best Singapore restaurants in Singapore or even the best Singapore restaurants with a view, we’ve got you covered. Combine the finest of meals with the best of stays at the following Singapore hotel restaurants which dish up a culinary experience that is worth staying in for.
Iggy’s continues to wow diners with its creative mix of European and Asian flavours. Many of the elegant dishes at this restaurant located at the Hilton Singapore look almost too beautiful to eat. If money is tight the set lunch at SIN$85 is an affordable indulgence.
2. Joël Robuchon Restaurant
Joël Robuchon, the world’s most Michelin-star-decorated chef, has a namesake restaurant in Singapore that is renowned for its inventive French classics. Choose dishes from the a la carte menu or settle in for the marathon 16 course degustation at Joel Roubuchon Restaurant.
3. CUT by Wolfgang Puck
CUT at Marina Bay Sands is Puck’s first venture into Asia and offers a contemporary twist on a classic steakhouse menu. If your appetite (or perhaps your budget) doesn’t stretch to the full menu there are also lighter bites such as Wagyu Sliders available.
Stylised wooden branches reach towards the ceiling at Forest, a contemporary Chinese restaurant created by local celebrity chef Sam Leong. On the last Sunday of every month Leong personally presents an intimate chef’s table dinner.
5. db Bistro & Oyster Bar
Sip a drink at the stylish bar before sampling The Frenchie, a signature burger which pays homage to this restaurant’s mix of traditional French bistro cooking and contemporary American flavours. Traditionalists dining at db Bistro can enjoy classics such as French onion soup and steak tartare.
6. Waku Ghin
Waku Ghin has four different dining rooms, each with a chef creating signature dishes such as marinated Botan shrimp with sea urchin and caviar. With a maximum of 25 diners seated at any one time, Waku Ghin created by Australian chef Tetsuya Wakuda offers a bespoke dining experience.
This modern French restaurant’s stunning interior featuring Murano crystal and a silver free-form chandelier is eclipsed by only two things: the breathtaking view of Singapore’s skyline and the exquisite food. Chef Julien Royer is able to showcase his culinary craft at JAAN with sublime results.
Disclosure: The writer wishes she had been hosted at all these amazing restaurants but sadly that didn’t happen.
If you are heading to Singapore and looking for great coffee, don’t forget to check out Tiong Bahru.