Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Singapore

Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Singapore

Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Singapore

Singapore is a gastronomic paradise, offering a delightful fusion of culinary traditions from around the world. Among its diverse dining scene, one category stands out for its elegance, sophistication, and impeccable taste – fine dining. If you’re a food enthusiast with a penchant for luxurious experiences, you’re in for a treat!

In this blog post, we’re about to embark on a delectable journey through the lion city’s finest culinary establishments. From Michelin-starred wonders to hidden gems that have been whispered about by food connoisseurs, we’ll unveil the top fine dining restaurants in Singapore.

So, get ready to savor not only the flavors but also the stories behind these exceptional dining destinations. Whether you’re a local or a traveler seeking an unforgettable dining experience, this guide is your key to indulging in the best that Singapore’s culinary world has to offer.

Let’s dive in and explore these culinary gems that will surely leave your taste buds delighted and your heart content.

 


Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Singapore

  1. Labyrinth
  2. Akira Back
  3. Cut by Wolfgang Puck
  4. Odette
  5. Tamarind Hill
  6. Cheek by Jowl
  7. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon Restaurant
  8. The Halia Restaurant
  9. National Kitchen by Violet Oon
  10. EMPRESS
  11. Osia Steak & Seafood Grill
  12. Fat Cow
  13. Salt Grill & Sky Bar
  14. KIN
  15. Adrift by David Myers
  16. JAAN by Kirk Westaway
  17. SKAI Restaurant
  18. Sushi Jiro
  19. Les Amis

 

 

Restaurant Labyrinth Singapore | MediaOne Marketing Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Labyrinth 

Speciality Labyrinth by Chef LG Han isn’t just your typical dining spot; it’s a fresh take on Singaporean cuisine that’s bound to tickle your taste buds and stir up some warm memories.

Picture this: Chef LG Han, the culinary genius, inviting you to a contemporary dining journey through the heart of Singapore, all while paying homage to his beloved late grandmother.

It’s more than just a meal; it’s a heartfelt exploration of time-honored recipes, a celebration of local flavors, and a delicious walk down memory lane. Hungry for an unforgettable experience? Dive into the world of Labyrinth!

Website https://labyrinth.com.sg/
Address Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue #02-23
Telephone 6223 4098
Operating Hours Lunch | Saturdays & Sundays
12:00 pm to 2:30 pm
[Last Order 1:30 pm]

Dinner | Tuesdays to Sundays – 6:30pm to 10:00pm 
[Last Order 8:00 pm]

(Closed on Mondays)

Review 1 It’s so apt that this 1 Michelin starred restaurant is located within the Esplanade — Singapore’s National performing art centre.

Having dinner here is like being treated to the whole Singaporean experience… not only showcasing the cuisine, but our culture and way of life. Will not spoil the surprise for u, but they go all out with the props here!

If u are visiting Singapore, I highly recommend this dining experience, which is not only delicious but highly-entertaining! We left the restaurant with our bellies full and very happy.

Locals may balk at the high price we are paying for local favourites, but I think the creativity and presentation is worth a visit.

By BL

Review 2 Crazy off the hook amazing experience at Labyrinth Restaurant. Singapore is blessed with so many incredible places to eat and Labyrinth is right at the top. The food is impeccable in terms of flavour and presentation, the service is on point and close to perfection, but it is the story and creativity that is infused through the entire dinning experience that transcends the gastronomic journey. I loved every minute and can’t wait to go back for more. I now know why Labyrinth is #11 on the best Asian restaurant list for 2023, was awarded the highest climber award in 2023, and have 1 Michelin star.

By Jeremy Smart

 

 


Akira Back Singapore | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Akira Back

Speciality At Akira Back, the culinary magic is crafted by none other than the renowned Chef Akira Back himself. Picture this: modern Japanese flavors infused with a delightful Korean twist. It’s like a flavor explosion in every bite. Don’t believe us?

Well, here’s a little insider tip: you absolutely can’t miss their AB Pizza – it’s a game-changer. And if you’re a fan of juicy, tender meat, the Porterhouse is a must-try.

But that’s not all; Akira Back’s menu is a culinary journey waiting to be explored. From chilled to piping hot, they’ve got it all covered. Fresh sushi and sashimi that’ll make your taste buds do a happy dance are just some of the highlights.

So, if you’re on the hunt for a dining experience that’s both exquisite and exciting, make your way to Akira Back. It’s not just a meal; it’s a flavorful adventure.

Website www.akiraback.com
Address JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach, Level B1M
Telephone 6818 1914
Operating Hours Sun – Thurs: 12pm – 2.30pm, 6pm –10pm;

Fri – Sat: 12pm – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10.30pm

Review 1 I went with my wife during my birthday and we had the set lunch “Two good to Share”

The Tuna Salad, in my opinion too pepper on the Tuna that covers the sweetness of the tuna. The ingredients for the starters are fresh but the sauce is a bit overly sour. The main are good with the beef cheek really soft and juicy. The salmon skin is crispy and not too dry.

The Fried rice was a bit oily and too filling for 2 of us to finish. As for dessert, the ice-cream tasted really nice but I can’t identify the flavour

The Service staffs are attentive and bother to explain a bit about the food. As my table was between another 2 tables, I can’t help hearing other people’s conversations. Perhaps choosing exclusive tables inside the restaurant will be better.

Overall, a happy dining experience with good quality food.

By Adrian

Review 2 Really enjoyed our meal here. We got the Too Good to Share set meal and the service and the quality of the meal. The attendants were quick to rotate our plates after every course. The food itself was amazing, it was all well seasoned and fresh. We left quite full and had to even take some of the food home. We’ve had set meals before in other restaurants and this one felt very well worth the price. The space is cooled to a very refreshing temperature especially if you’ve been walking outside in Singapore it can start feeling cold after a while so it might be beneficial to bring a light sweater for those sensitive to highly air conditioned space (I enjoyed it personally haha) Looking forward to coming back in the future and trying more of their a la carte items!

By Richard

 

 


Cut by Wolfgang Puck | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant 

Cut by Wolfgang Puck

Speciality Wolfgang Puck’s outpost at Marina Bay Sands is the definition of a true, modern steakhouse. The menu presents a contemporary twist on the classic steak restaurant, featuring the world’s finest meats, poultry, and seafood, all complemented by house-made sauces and delectable sides.

An extensive international wine list offers more than 500 outstanding selections. CUT is proud to have received a One Star rating in Singapore’s first edition of the Michelin Guide, in 2016.

Website https://wolfgangpuck.com/dining/cut-singapore/
Address #B1-71 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue
Telephone  6688 8517
Operating Hours Sun to Thu: 5.30pm – 10pm
Fri & Sat: 5.30pm – 11pm
Review 1 Really enjoyed our time at CUT by Wolfgang Puck. The staff were very friendly yet still professional with thorough knowledge of the menu and wine list. Very expensive but worth every dollar. The starters had great presentation with flavours to back up their appearance. More importantly, the steak itself was very juicy and melts in the mouth.

The atmosphere is a bit noisy but still worthwhile for dates if booked in one of the booths where it is more intimate. It is probably more suitable for taking groups out. Also, do not fill up on the house bread as you will be very full by the end of the night. Highly recommend if in the Marina Bay Sands area if looking for a great steakhouse.

Pictured: SRF Bone in New York (475g) – medium rare, tempura onion rings, peewee potatoes.

By Alain Nguyen

Review 2 Had a splendid night at CUT by Wolfgang Puck, and I could said that this is one of the best steakhouse in Singapore. We were welcomed,served by the warmth and friendliness of their staff and the ambience was amazing too. For the food, it is a must try for their signature porterhouse, especially their Japanese pure wagyu was literally melting in my mouth, it placed a winner in my heart and I definitely would go back for their steaks. Finally, I truly love their desserts as well, I never had desserts which would melt my heart and leave the best impression for it.❤️ Of course, not to mention that the complementaries were nice as well. Overall, whether is the service, the food, the atmosphere, it was top-notch. You’ll get what you paid for. ☺️

By Lynn

 

 


Odette Singapore | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Odette

Speciality Step into the enchanting world of Odette Singapore, where the art of Modern French Cuisine comes to life, guided by the culinary genius of Chef Julien. At Odette, we hold an unwavering reverence for seasonality, terroir, and the exquisite world of artisanal produce.

You see, for Chef Julien, it’s not just about crafting signature dishes – it’s a profound passion for sourcing the very best produce to create an unforgettable culinary experience. We’re not just a restaurant; we’re a celebration of flavor, a journey through the senses, and an ode to the heart and soul of French gastronomy.

In every plate that leaves our kitchen, you’ll taste the essence of each season, carefully woven into our dishes to create an ever-evolving symphony of flavors. We believe that each ingredient has a story to tell, and through our creations, we share those stories with you.

From the tender, melt-in-your-mouth braised beef bourguignon to the delicate precision of our freshly shucked oysters, each bite is a revelation, a moment of pure delight. Our commitment to seasonality means that the menu is constantly evolving, ensuring that every visit to Odette is a unique experience.

Website https://www.odetterestaurant.com/
Address 1 Saint Andrew’s Road, #01-04, National Gallery
Telephone 6385 0498
Operating Hours Mon: 7pm – 9pm
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 1.30pm, 7pm – 9pm
Closed on Sundays 
Review 1 What a lovely and delicious evening out in Singapore. Service was what you would expect from a 3* establishments. All the dishes, from the butter to the pigeon, were out of this world. The staff was well orchestrated and did a great job of providing information on each dish and engaging us in conversation throughout the evening. Having been fortunate enough to dine at other 2 & 3* restaurants around the globe I would put this in my top 3 in a very close race with Mudec in Milan for number 1 and edging out French Laundry in terms of the menu. I will definitely try to secure another reservation next time I’m in Singapore.

Vegetarian options: They offer a vegetarian menu

Dietary restrictions: One of the first things they asked us was if we had any restrictions

By Scott Dawson

Review 2 Odette has always been on my to-try list and this year I was treated to a birthday dinner here!

An amazing French experience savoring the 7-course meal. We were totally impressed by the presentation as well as the flavour of each dish. Not to mention the excellent and attentive service by the crew! It was also nice of them to gift a bottle of strawberry jam for every guest.

An unforgettable meal, or rather gourmet journey at this 3-starred michelin.

By Missy

 

 


Tamarind Hill | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Tamarind Hill

Speciality Welcome to our culinary haven, where the magic of Thai and Burmese cuisine comes to life through the skilled hands of our talented Thai chefs. With a deep-rooted passion for their craft, each chef brings a touch of tradition and innovation to our kitchen, contributing their heirloom recipes to curate a rich tapestry of flavors.

Here, we invite you to embark on a gastronomic journey that spans over 100 delectable creations. Our commitment to quality is unwavering, as we source the freshest ingredients to craft each dish with love and precision. From the moment you take your first bite, you’ll experience the authenticity and diversity that Thai and Burmese cuisine have to offer.

But it’s not just about the food; it’s about the entire experience. Our bar boasts a selection of house-infused Gins that add a unique twist to classic cocktails. If you’re in the mood for something extraordinary, our signature cocktails are crafted with the utmost care and creativity. And for those who appreciate a good wine, we’ve curated a fine collection from over 11 countries, ensuring that there’s a perfect complement for every dish on our menu.

Website https://www.tamarindrestaurants.com/tamarind-hill-singapore
Address 30 Labrador Villa Road
Telephone 6278 6364
Operating Hours Lunch 
Monday to Saturday: 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. (last order 2:30 p.m.)

Afternoon Tea
Daily:  3 p.m. – 6 p.m. (last seating at 5 p.m.)

Happy Hour 
Monday to Friday: 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Dinner
Sunday to Thursday: 6.30pm – 10.30pm (last order 9:45 p.m.)
Friday, Saturday and Eve of Public Holidays: 6.30pm – 12am (last order 10.30pm)

Sunday Brunch 
Sunday: 11.30am – 3.30pm (last order 3 pm)

Review 1 78$ pp for free flow lunch. Brought a Thai friend as I heard many good reviews about this place. But sadly the food was very salty and chicken in the green curry was rather dry and tough. Beef was tough as well. Restaurant was quite warm. Total damage 185$ after GST. There’s free parking around the corner for about 10 cars.

By Joshua Hill

Review 2 You will forget that you are in Singapore while you are here. You can be expecting tip top level of service while you enjoy your meal in the beautiful restaurant on the hill. Really love the architecture and chandeliers hanging in the bar area. The food itself I think is quite average as I had better Thai food elsewhere. Personally, I think they are a bit too heavy handed on the MSG as I usually feel very parched after eating here. Overall, I think it’s a really good place to hang out and have drinks with friends in a more secluded area of Singapore.

Parking: Free parking behind the restaurant

By Henry Gang

 

 


L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon Restaurant | mediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon Restaurant

Speciality L’Atelier, let me tell you, is like no other restaurant you’ve ever seen. Picture this: it’s a 2 Michelin Star culinary haven where the chefs are basically culinary artists, constantly cooking up new ideas and fusing flavors that reflect the very essence of the locale.

Now, when you step into L’Atelier, it’s not just a meal; it’s an immersive dining experience. What makes it so special is that you’re not just a mere diner; you’re part of the action. You’re separated from the kitchen by just a counter, and that’s where the magic happens. From this vantage point, you get to witness the culinary wizards in action, creating, preparing, and cooking up some of the most innovative and tantalizing dishes you’ll ever encounter.

So, if you’re up for a culinary adventure where your taste buds are in for a wild ride, L’Atelier is the place to be. This restaurant isn’t just about food; it’s about creating memories and indulging in a gastronomic journey that’s unlike any other.

Website https://www.joel-robuchon.com/_dev/en/restaurants-singapour-atelier.php
Address 8 Sentosa Gateway
Hotel Michael Level 1
Resorts World Sentosa, Singapour 098269
Telephone
6577 8888
Operating Hours Thu to Mon: 6pm – 10.30pm
Review 1 If you are feeling rich and hungry in sentosa, this is the place to come. Located conveniently near the monorail entrance. I got the 1for1 dinner course deal though. Look at all the mouth watering food in my photos! Each ingredient is carefully arranged and served.

Steak was juicy, pork was porky. Prawn was fresh, fish was actually tender! Dessert was visually appealing. Food actually tasted as good as they seemed! The food is prepared right before your eyes!

Ambience was great, dark but colorful. Counter seats were the best! There was even a bakery on the way out the savour the last memories at the comfort of my own home. Please come you will enjoy =)

By Zheng

Review 2 My wife and I wanted somewhere nice to celebrate our return to Singapore and, having enjoyed meals at their restaurants in Hong Kong and Bangkok previously, decided to have dinner here.

This was an enjoyable experience, with excellent service and well presented dishes. The decor was beautiful and the counter seating allowed us to watch the chefs as they prepared our food. We were sorely tempted by their discovery menu, as well as the huge Tomahawk aged steak, but the portions were just too large.

We opted for the dinner menu, at S$198 before taxes, with an additional $48 supplement to add a beef main course. The breads, as usual, were fresh and tasty. The amuse bouche of foie gras custard with Porto wine was interesting, though it was a little strange to have the foie gras as a cream. This was followed by Hokkaido sea urchin in a lobster broth, which was nice.

I liked the confit salmon and I guess my wife, who is not a fan of cooked salmon, liked the dish too. My main was duck confit, which came in a tea cup. While the duck was delicious beneath the pumpkin puree, it was unsubstantial, even with a side of the signature mashed potato. I am not a huge molecular gastronomy fan, and I really wished that the dishes were done in a more traditional way. In fact, I left the restaurant still feeling hungry. My wife opted for the grilled Kagoshima beef with Sarawak black pepper, and it was delicious, but there were only a few tiny pieces.

Dessert was dark chocolate fondant, with tonka bean sauce and chocolate sorbet. It was beautifully presented, if a little sweet. Our pot of Earl Grey tea was weak, but we loved the galette and Madelines which ended the meal.

Our main male server, as well as the other female servers,were friendly and warm, and took pains to describe the dishes.

Parking at the basement can be confusing, as we had to go around looking for the blue lots. Thereafter, instead of following the signage and rather convoluted route for Hotel Michael, just head to Festive Walk food street, where you can find the restaurants at one end.

By Steven Lim

 

 


The Halia Restaurant | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

The Halia Restaurant

Speciality Halia, which means “ginger” in Malay, is a delightful culinary gem nestled within the lush one-hectare Ginger Garden of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Picture this: you’re surrounded by the vibrant greenery of the garden, and you’re about to embark on a gastronomic adventure like no other.

Now, let’s dive into what makes Halia truly special. This restaurant isn’t just about serving food; it’s about creating unforgettable experiences. Whether you’re planning a cozy family gathering or a lively get-together with a large group of friends, Halia has got you covered. The moment you step in, you’ll feel the warm and inviting atmosphere, setting the stage for an extraordinary dining journey.

The menu at Halia is a culinary masterpiece, a testament to their dedication to pleasing every palate. From fresh and succulent seafood dishes that transport your taste buds to the ocean’s depths to perfectly grilled steaks that are a carnivore’s dream, Halia offers a wide array of options that will leave you spoilt for choice.

Website https://thehalia.com/haliadelivery/
Address Ginger Garden inside Botanic Gardens, 1 Cluny Road
Telephone 8444 1148
Operating Hours Monday to Friday: 9am to 9pm 

Saturday & Sunday: 10am to 9pm 

Review 1 A romantic place for lovers. Surrounded by nature and good food. There’s nothing to not like here.
Amidst lush greenery and pristine forest air, it’s truly “Love’s in the air”.
You can’t help falling in love after this.
Finish the meal with a kiss 💋 to seal in the memories. ❤️.
By the way, menu is also halal.. 😊

Dietary restrictions: It’s HALAL.

By Shark

Review 2 The food here is fantastic. They are masters with flavour and use of herbs. It’s so in line with the whole experience of dining in the Botanical Gardens. For starters, the Octopus and duck are a must try. For Mains, get the scallops (they come with Barramundi). Both are great and served with beautiful balsamic vinegar (not the supermarket kind).

By Jeffrey

 

 


National Kitchen by Violet Oon | MediaOne

Fine Dining Restaurant 

National Kitchen by Violet Oon

Speciality Experience the exquisite culinary delights of Singapore at the National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore, nestled within the iconic historical City Hall building, now lovingly transformed into the National Gallery. Whether you’re in the mood for a lavish feast in our grand hall or a leisurely al fresco bite on our scenic veranda, we guarantee a dining experience that you’ll cherish for years to come.

Imagine stepping into a world where Singapore’s rich culinary heritage takes center stage, and every bite is a journey through time and taste. At the National Kitchen, we are all about celebrating the fine flavors that make this city so special.

Our grand hall is your ticket to an opulent dining experience like no other. As you walk in, you’ll be greeted by the elegant ambiance that only a historic venue like the City Hall can provide. You’ll find yourself surrounded by the echoes of Singapore’s past, beautifully melded with the vibrant present.

Website https://violetoon.com/national-kitchen-by-violet-oon-national-gallery-singapore/
Address 1 St. Andrew’s Road, #02–01, National Gallery Singapore (City Hall Wing)
Telephone 9834 9935
Operating Hours

Lunch

12PM – 3PM
(last order 2:30PM)

Dinner

6PM – 10.30PM
(last order 9:30PM)

Review 1 Experience the exquisite culinary delights of Singapore at the National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore, nestled within the iconic historical City Hall building, now lovingly transformed into the National Gallery. Whether you’re in the mood for a lavish feast in our grand hall or a leisurely al fresco bite on our scenic veranda, we guarantee a dining experience that you’ll cherish for years to come.

Imagine stepping into a world where Singapore’s rich culinary heritage takes center stage, and every bite is a journey through time and taste. At the National Kitchen, we are all about celebrating the fine flavors that make this city so special.

Our grand hall is your ticket to an opulent dining experience like no other. As you walk in, you’ll be greeted by the elegant ambiance that only a historic venue like the City Hall can provide. You’ll find yourself surrounded by the echoes of Singapore’s past, beautifully melded with the vibrant present.

By Matti

Review 2

This hidden gem inside a silent National Gallery at night has a lot to surprise you. Strongly recommend the beef randang, the roti and the chicken rice rice 🍚 😋 The vibe is great, the interior is lit, being inside a National Gallery it can’t be bad. Very reasonable price for food. But it could be quite noisy and may not be good for dates. More for big groups gathering or catching up with friends. Almost needed to shout speaking across the table.

By Carmen

 

 


Empress - Singapore | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

EMPRESS

Speciality Nestled within the historic Asian Civilisations Museum, EMPRESS isn’t just any ordinary restaurant – it’s a culinary journey waiting to be explored! If you’re on the lookout for a dining experience that’s not just about food but also about vibrant energy, then you’ve come to the right place.

Now, let’s dive into what makes EMPRESS truly exceptional. This fine-dining gem boasts a menu that’s deeply rooted in the heart of Cantonese cuisine. But what sets it apart is how it seamlessly weaves those timeless Cantonese flavors with a contemporary twist.

Imagine a dining experience where the past and present dance together on your palate. EMPRESS’s kitchen is where tradition meets innovation, resulting in dishes that are not only delicious but also artfully designed. You’ll savor flavors that have stood the test of time, yet every bite will surprise you with a modern touch.

Website http://empress.com.sg/
Reservations reservations@empress.com.sg
Address 1 Empress Place, #01-03 Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore 179555
Telephone (65) 6777 7990
Operating Hours Mondays to Fridays
Lunch: 11.30am – 3pm 
(last order 2.30pm)
Dinner: 6pm – 10.30pm 
(last order 10.00pm)

Saturdays & Sundays
Lunch: 11am – 4pm
(last order 2.30pm)
(Dim Sum Brunch last order 3.30pm)
Dinner: 6pm – 10.30pm 
(last order 10.00pm)

Review 1 ‘Upon arrival, staff arranged a table facing the iconic Singapore river for us, not that we have asked for but we are so appreciative of his kind gesture. Food wise are well worth it. Portions are filling and delicious as well. What really stood out is the service of the staff. Shout out to our server who is ever so prompt, polite and knowledgeable in explaining the dishes and make really good recommendations.’

By Aaron

Review 2 ‘Had a wonderful dinner at Empress. It was our first time there and the ambience was romantic, food was delicious and the staffs were amazing. As it was a birthday celebration, they even slipped in a little surprise. Thank you so much for making our dinner a memorable one!’

By Jenn

 

 


Osia Steak & Seafood Grill | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Osia Steak & Seafood Grill

Speciality Welcome to the flavorful world of Osia Bar and Restaurant, a dining gem brought to life by the renowned celebrity chef and restaurateur, Scott Webster, back in 2010. Nestled within the vibrant Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore, this place is all about introducing the magic of contemporary Australian cuisine to epicureans like you.

Picture this: Osia is more than just a restaurant; it’s an experience, a culinary journey that’ll tantalize your taste buds and leave you craving for more. What’s the secret? It’s the dedication to healthy, light, and seasonally-inspired dishes. The Osia kitchen is all about using the freshest ingredients sourced from the lush landscapes of Australia, as well as the bounties of the Pacific Rim and the Asia Pacific regions.

But it’s not just about the food; it’s the entire experience. Imagine being pampered with a selection of sought-after New World wines that perfectly complement the exquisite dishes on the menu. And the service? It’s not just attentive; it’s delightful. The staff at Osia takes pride in creating an elegant yet convivial atmosphere, where you can relax, enjoy, and create lasting memories with friends and family.

Website https://www.osiarestaurant.com/
Address 26 Sentosa Gateway, Festive Walk, Resorts World Sentosa
Telephone 6577 6688 / 6577 6560
Operating Hours Lunch: 12pm – 2.30pm
Sunday Brunch: 12pm – 2.30pm
Dinner: 6pm – 10pm
Review 1 Chanced upon this place whilst looking lunch. It’s a pretty little place with a nice corner for wine and chill.

Saw it somewhere, believe it was a Michelin starred establishment sometime ago.

We started off having the Flatbread and I must say it was darn good. Interestingly it came with a tube of what looked like toothpaste, it’s Ricotta cheese. Put it on the bread + butter .. good God!

Being meat lovers both me and my wife had steak. Both of our meal came spot on, we ordered it medium and it’s done exactly that. We had it with herb butter and it was splendid.

As for the rest of the other dishes it’s as good as it can be. Overall the experience was a good one, compliments to the service team, was attentive, helpful and very efficient.

Unfortunately we did not have room for dessert today, we will come back for it the next time we are there.

By Danny Fong

Review 2 My Godsis and i enjoyed our 1st lunch experience there. Great ambience & food and excellent service. Am so glad we were there for the special bday celebration for her. We had seafood platter and steak and the food and condiments were yummilicious. Fantastic, attentive and friendly service by staff, esp Mr Junaith who attended and checked on us regularly despite having to attend to several other guests. Good recommendation on food choices. Superb and dedicated and excellent service, thank you Mr Junaith!

By Veronica Law

 

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Osia Steak & Seafood Grill | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Fat Cow

Speciality Welcome to our luxurious Japanese restaurant, where we take your dining experience to a whole new level. At our place, it’s all about savoring the finest Wagyu beef from renowned farms around the world. We’re not just a restaurant; we’re a haven for all the beef lovers out there.

Picture this: You walk in, and you’re greeted by the irresistible aroma of sizzling Wagyu. It’s not just a meal; it’s a customized beef experience that you won’t find anywhere else. You get to be the boss of your beef, choosing from a variety of Japanese preparation methods. We’re talking about Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Hobayaki, or the ever-popular Sumibiyaki, which is all about that mouthwatering charcoal-grill goodness.

But here’s the best part – we’re all about making your dining experience not just delicious but also memorable. Our chefs are true culinary artists, and they take pride in preparing your Wagyu with perfection. Every bite is a journey through the world of flavors, and we’re here to make sure you enjoy every moment of it.

Website https://www.fatcow.com.sg/menu
Address 1 Orchard Blvd #01-01/02, Camden Medical Centre
Telephone 6735 0308 / 9452 7814
Operating Hours Mondays to Sundays: The luxurious Japanese restaurant serves a handpicked selection of the finest Wagyu from reputable farms around the world

Lunch: 11.30am – 3pm (Last order at 2.30pm)

Dinner: 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Last order at 10pm)

Review 1 Well-deserving of all their accolades! The service was attentive and considerate. We had their lunch set meal that was so good value for money. It seems that every dish others ordered also looked so good. They even surprised us with a complimentary dessert for our anniversary. Will definitely be back for more!

By Nichole

Review 2 It was such a lovely experience dining here! Very nice Japanese steak house with such a contemporary twist – very delicious tempura and amazing wagyu. Each bite just felt like it melted in your mouth, and I haven’t had beef that was THAT good in a while! They also gave us complimentary dessert, which was a nice way to top off the meal. Last but not least, service was impeccable and staff here took really good care of us. While it’s without a doubt on the pricey side, rest assured you are getting your money’s worth for the experience. Overall we had a fantastic time and would highly recommend this place for anyone that loves steak and/or is looking for a different yet unique dining experience in SG.

By Trish

 

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Salt & Grill Sky Bar Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Salt Grill & Sky Bar

Speciality

Meet Jake Kowalewski, a true blue Aussie at heart and a passionate Head Chef who believes in the magic of letting top-notch ingredients do the talking. Born and bred in the land down under, he’s on a mission to bring the best of Australian produce to your plate in the heart of Singapore.

Imagine this: You’re at level 55 of ION Orchard, and you’re in for a culinary journey like no other. At Jake’s restaurant, it’s not just a dining experience; it’s a celebration of flavors.

What’s on the menu, you ask? Well, we’ve got a mouthwatering showcase of Asian classics that will tantalize your taste buds. But that’s not all. We take our beef seriously – it’s not just premium; it’s the crème de la crème of Australian beef. Each bite is a testament to the quality that Jake insists upon.

And because we believe in sipping in style, we’ve curated a wine selection that boasts over 500 varieties. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or just someone who enjoys a good glass, there’s something here for everyone.

But wait, there’s more! Our hand-crafted cocktails are like works of art, each one designed to complement your dining experience. Sip on these concoctions as you take in the breathtaking views of Singapore’s skyline. Trust us; it’s a sight to behold.

Website https://www.saltgrill.com/
Address 2 Orchard Turn, #55-01 ION Orchard
Telephone 6592 5118
Operating Hours LUNCH (Mon-Fri)
11.30am-1.45pm

Brunch (Sat, Sun & PH)
11am-2.30pm

Dinner (Mon-Sun)
6pm-9.45pm

Sky bar
Drinks 11.30am-10.45pm
Bar 11.30am-9.45pm

Review 1 My friend and I have been wanting to return since our first visit a few years ago. We came with more friends this time and it was as good as we remembered. The menu is different from then but the quality of the food is consistent! We loved almost everything. Not to mention, the attentiveness and warmth of the staff – really made the whole dining experience more enjoyable

Vegetarian options: There are several vegetarian options on the menu.

Dietary restrictions: There are a few keto and gluten free options as well.

By Louise

Review 2 Overlooking Singapore CBD, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer, and the sea, the view from the restaurant was simply breathtaking. The food presentation was impeccable, and I particularly enjoyed the beef tartare as well as the burrata with ham and figs. However, I found both main dishes, the chicken breast, and iberico pork a bit on the dry side, but overall, they were still satisfactory. The service was outstanding, and I was touched by their attentiveness to my reservation note about celebrating my boyfriend’s birthday. They remembered and brought out a delicious sticky date cake with a candle and birthday wishes, creating a wonderful surprise. The overall experience was truly fantastic.

By Chelsea

 

 


Marina Bay Sands Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Adrift by David Myers

Speciality Inspired by a passion for food prepared with care and creativity, explore unique dishes meticulously crafted and thoughtfully presented by Chef David Myers and his team.

Exciting signature dishes inspired by flavours around the world include the 700g Striploin with Bone Marrow Mash, Alaskan King Crab with Avocado, Bali fish with Samphire, Lala Clams with Chilli and Barramundi with Morning Glory.

Website https://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/adrift.html
Address Marina Bay Sands, Lobby, Hotel Tower 2
Telephone 6688 5657
Operating Hours Lunch: 11:30am – 3pm (Mon-Fri)
Dinner: 5:30pm – 10:30pm (Daily)
Weekend Brunch: 11:30am – 3pm (Sat-Sun)
Review 1 It’s a fancy Spanish restaurant that is good for a date spot. It has a perfect atmosphere at dinnertime. The food was freshly cooked and good.

Yasuke

Review 2 Had a lovely time @ Adrift doing the Chef’s tasting. Evening ambience is relaxed w/ a nice warm glow to the place and our service was top notch. All the food had a nice Mediterranean/Italian spin on it with the bruschetta & Wagyu beef being major standouts. Would def recommend to anyone needing a break from the Japanese cuisine around town.

Dale

 

 


JAAN By Kirk Westaway | MediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

JAAN by Kirk Westaway

Speciality Awarded 1 Michelin Star, JAAN is an internationally celebrated restaurant in Singapore that has established itself as a gastronomic platform with a reputation for handpicking and grooming exceptional culinary talents.

Chef de Cuisine Kirk Westaway channels his deeply rooted passion for natural flavours that are reminiscent of his childhood in England. Applying the philosophy ’Reinventing British’, his perpetually evolving menu embodies a seasonal philosophy to showcase British dining in a modern, refreshing light.

Website https://www.jaan.com.sg/
Address

Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road

Telephone 6874 1488
Operating Hours Lunch: 11:45am to 2:30pm (Tuesday to Saturday)
Dinner: 6:30pm to 10:30pm (Tuesday to Saturday)
Review 1 Had a delightful lunch here, which tasted divine even though I had had a full breakfast in the morning. One of my fave dishes was the sea bass which came in a savoury and flavourful sauce that I couldn’t get enough of. The desserts – lemon and chocolate – were also a big thumbs-up.

Dietary restrictions: Not halal

By Emily

Review 2 French two star michelin restuarant. Executive chef is from England and the ingredients are mostly imported.

Had lunch and we ordered the 5 course menu.

The food was great. We enjoyed the food served. However for the main course, my spouse did not enjoy the lamb gamey taste. This is a personal preference.
For those who dislike it, the chef mentioned diners can request to change the main dish.

It was great experience. The service was pretty good and we enjoyed our 3 hours + dining in Jaan.
Will we visit them again? Perhaps

By Ashley

 

 


SKAI Restaurant | Mediaone Sg

Fine Dining Restaurant

SKAI Restaurant 

Speciality Welcome to SKAI, the ultimate dining experience that takes you to the 70th floor of the renowned Swissôtel The Stamford in the heart of Singapore. When you step into SKAI, you’re not just entering a restaurant; you’re stepping into a world of refined yet lively contemporary grill cuisine.

Our restaurant offers more than just a meal; it’s an immersion into the iconic cityscape of Singapore. Imagine savoring your favorite dishes while being surrounded by breathtaking city views that stretch as far as the eye can see. At SKAI, we’re not just about food; we’re about creating memorable moments.

Our commitment to excellence goes beyond the food. Our dedicated team is here to ensure that your dining experience is seamless, from the moment you walk in to the time you leave. We believe that exceptional service is the key to making your visit unforgettable.

Website https://skai.sg/
Address 2 Stamford Road, Swissotel Singapore 
Telephone 6431 6156
Operating Hours Temporarily closed due to COVID-19, reopening soon 
Review 1 Love the view and vibe. Food and staff are all superb! Lamb is tender, cob is cooked just right and with delicious sauce. Great place and will come back for sure.

By Hua Chen

Review 2 My wife and I went to Skai bar to celebrate our getting married a couple of days before and we were not disappointed. The view was exceptional with sights of the city skyline from the 70th floor. The service provided by service staff Fazzy and Ivy were to be commended. They were attentive, warm and welcoming, checking on us throughout our dining experience. The atmosphere was pleasant and the lighting was perfect for photos. We ordered 2 steaks, one of which were the flat iron and the other the sirloin which were cooked to perfectly to our liking. The sirloin was better than the flat iron steak which explains the price-tag. The bread which was served before our main course came with beef fat salted butter. Never tasted anything like it and it was delicious. At the end of it all, we received a photo with a Polaroid photo and a card to congratulate us for on our wedding, along with desert! All in all, I had a five star experience and will definitely be recommending this place to my friends and family. Well done.

By Adam Ho

 

 

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Sushi Jiro | MediaOne Sg

Fine Dining Restaurant

Sushi Jiro 

Speciality Home to one of the finest dining experiences in Singapore, Sushi Jiro serves up authentic Japanese cuisine specialising in fresh handpicked produce air-flown up to 4 times a week from Japan.

Renowned for exquisite Sushi and Omakase courses, Sushi Jiro’s Japanese culinary team serves up top quality Japanese seafood in authentic Japanese style. 

Website https://www.sushijiro.sg/
Address 6 Raffles Blvd, #04-600 Parkroyal Collection
Telephone 6445 3055
Operating Hours Daily: 

11:30 am to 2:30pm, 6:00pm to 10:30pm 

Review 1 Came here to celebrate my boyfriend’s birthday, the food was really nice and service was good. I requested a small birthday dessert to celebrate and it was presented really well! Thanks for the good experience and memory! We were really happy

By Sarika

Review 2 The sushi, sashimi, soup and other food are all quite good. The atmosphere is nice and the friendly staff, happy dining.

By W

 

 


Les Amis Singapore | mediaOne Singapore

Fine Dining Restaurant

Les Amis

Speciality

Les Amis, a culinary gem, first graced the vibrant dining scene of Singapore in 1994. It wasn’t just another restaurant; it was the city’s pioneer in independent fine dining.

So, what sets Les Amis apart from the rest? Well, they don’t simply serve up a “taste of France.” At Les Amis, they’re on a mission to create a holistic experience, an entire canvas of France on your plate. How do they achieve this? Let’s dive into the kitchen and uncover the magic.

Behind the scenes, a team of in-house Masters is at work, orchestrating a symphony of flavors. But they do more than just cooking; they weave a tapestry of stories around each dish, stories that celebrate the intricacies of the key ingredients. It’s not just food; it’s an immersive journey into the heart of French cuisine.

Website https://www.lesamis.com.sg/
Address 1 Scotts Road, #01-16 Shaw Centre,
Telephone 6733 2225
Operating Hours
Lunch 12.00pm
Monday to Sunday
 
Last seating at 1.30pm
Last order at 1.45pm
 
 
Dinner 7.00pm
Monday to Sunday
 
Last seating at 8.30pm
Last order at 8.45pm
Review 1
Everything was impeccable, the food was great and the portions were generous, great wine pairings and amazing service.
Toni and the team were very kind and took genuine care of us.
The Blu Lobster appetizer, their sour dough, the riz de veu and the cheese course were divine.
Highly recommended.
 
By Patrick
Review 2
Truly Michelin 3 stars! Excellent food with great creativity, best service, excellent wine pairing, and the deserts are the best. Not cheap but it is worth it!
 
By Fa Dwana

 

 


Demystifying Fine Dining: Beyond the Stereotypes

Fine dining. For many, it’s an enigma, a realm reserved for the elite and the upper crust of society. The white tablecloths, the hushed conversations, the elegant ambiance—all contribute to the perception that fine dining is a world apart from our everyday culinary experiences.

But What Really is Fine Dining?

Let’s clear the air. Fine dining is not just about snobbery and exclusivity. It’s an art form, a culinary experience that seeks to elevate your taste buds to new heights. Whether you’re dining in a Michelin-starred restaurant or a hidden gem in your neighborhood, fine dining is about savoring the moment and relishing the exquisite flavors.

So, what sets fine dining apart from your average dinner outing? Here are the key differences:

1. Price Points: Let’s address the elephant in the room—fine dining can be expensive. But that’s not because they want to bankrupt you. Fine dining establishments often use rare, high-quality ingredients to create unique dishes that stand out. They invest in top-notch kitchen equipment and embrace cutting-edge culinary technologies, all of which contribute to the higher cost.

2. Quality of Service: In fine dining, you’re not just served; you’re pampered. The staff is highly experienced, knowledgeable about the menu, and attentive to your preferences. It’s all about making you feel like royalty.

3. Reservations: Walk-in and find a table at a casual restaurant? Sure, that’s possible. In fine dining, reservations are highly recommended, especially during peak hours, to ensure a seamless dining experience.

4. Atmosphere and Ambiance: While casual dining spots are stepping up their interior game, fine dining takes it to another level. These restaurants meticulously design their spaces, aligning every detail with the restaurant’s theme or cuisine. From lighting to artwork and even the choice of music, it’s a holistic sensory experience.

5. Dress Code: Leave your flip-flops at home. Fine dining often enforces a dress code, which could range from formal attire to more relaxed business casual or casual elegant, depending on the establishment.

6. Menu Options: Expect an extensive and luxurious menu at fine dining restaurants. Some ingredients may be sourced from exclusive distributors, and you might even find a celebrity chef behind the scenes.

7. Overall Experience: Fine dining is not just about the food; it’s a comprehensive experience. From the moment you step into the restaurant to the attentive service, exquisite wine selection, and the constant replacement of silverware, it’s a journey for your senses.

In the end, fine dining isn’t as intimidating as it may seem. It’s an invitation to explore the world of culinary artistry, to indulge in the finer things in life, and to celebrate the joy of savoring a meal.

So, the next time you’re hesitant about stepping into a fine dining establishment, remember, it’s not just about food; it’s about creating unforgettable memories. Bon appétit!

 


Fine Dining: Not Just for the Elite Anymore

In the world of gastronomy, fine dining restaurants have often been associated with exclusivity, catering primarily to the upper echelons of society.

However, the times are changing, and the perception of fine dining is evolving. In this blog post, we’ll explore the misconception that only the wealthy are allowed to enter or dine at fine dining establishments.

The Fine Dining Experience

Fine dining restaurants are renowned for their impeccable service, exquisite cuisine, and luxurious ambiance. The white tablecloths, polished silverware, and attentive staff have long given rise to the notion that these establishments are reserved for the elite.

It’s true that fine dining comes with a higher price tag, but does that mean it’s exclusively for the wealthy?

Accessibility to All

Contrary to popular belief, fine dining is becoming increasingly accessible to a broader range of patrons. Many fine dining establishments are expanding their horizons by offering a variety of options that cater to different budgets. Here are a few reasons why fine dining is no longer limited to the rich:

  1. Lunch Specials and Prix Fixe Menus: To attract a wider clientele, many fine dining restaurants now offer lunch specials and prix fixe menus, which provide a more affordable way to experience their culinary creations.
  2. Diverse Cuisine: Fine dining establishments are diversifying their menus to include a wide range of global cuisines. This not only appeals to a broader audience but also introduces different price points.
  3. Pop-Up Events and Collaborations: Some fine dining restaurants host pop-up events and collaborations with guest chefs, making it easier for a more diverse group of people to enjoy the fine dining experience.
  4. Online Reservations: The digital age has made it simpler for everyone to make reservations at fine dining restaurants, eliminating the need for exclusive memberships or connections.
  5. Community Involvement: Many fine dining establishments are actively involved in their communities, supporting local charities and events, which promotes inclusivity.

The Joy of Fine Dining for Everyone

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Fine dining is not just about the cost; it’s about the experience. The ambiance, attention to detail, and the artistry in the cuisine can be enjoyed by people from all walks of life. It’s not just a meal; it’s an occasion to celebrate, and that celebration is no longer the sole domain of the wealthy.

In Conclusion

Fine dining restaurants are shedding their exclusive image and becoming more accessible to a diverse range of patrons. While they may still have higher price points, the experience they offer is no longer reserved for the elite.

So, the next time you consider dining at a fine establishment, don’t let preconceived notions deter you. Fine dining is about savoring life’s moments, and those moments should be open to all, regardless of their financial status. Enjoy the exquisite experience, the delectable cuisine, and the warm ambiance – it’s a celebration that should be shared by everyone.


Editor’s Note:

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Tom Koh

Tom is the CEO and Principal Consultant of MediaOne, a leading digital marketing agency. He has consulted for MNCs like Canon, Maybank, Capitaland, SingTel, ST Engineering, WWF, Cambridge University, as well as Government organisations like Enterprise Singapore, Ministry of Law, National Galleries, NTUC, e2i, SingHealth. His articles are published and referenced in CNA, Straits Times, MoneyFM, Financial Times, Yahoo! Finance, Hubspot, Zendesk, CIO Advisor.

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