Best Restaurants in Singapore: The city of Singapore offers an international array of culinary delights. From local dim sum to classic French fare, there is something for every palate in the city.
The Regent Singapore - A Four Seasons Hotel: Iggy's
Iggy's is an intimate dining room that serves modern European cuisine. The restaurant seats 13 persons at an open counter and up to 15 at tables in the private dining rooms. The extensive wine list focuses on Champagne, Riesling and Burgundy wines.
Concorde Hotel Singapore: Nogawa Japanese Restaurant
Touted as one of the best Japanese restaurants in Singapore, Chef Nogawa panders to the discerning palate of his faithful followers. Enjoy a Bento box set meal, air flown sashimi, freshly made sushi and hand rolls, while you watch the masters at work from over the sushi counter. Set lunch available.
Raffles Singapore: Raffles Grill
An aura of timeless elegance sets the tone for the Hotel's formal dining room. Beautifully restored to its former glory, with French windows overlooking the Palm Court, Raffles Grill captures the true essence of fine dining. A blend of classical and contemporary French cuisine, the menu at Raffles Grill is light and innovative. To complement the exquisite menu is a wine list featuring an extensive selection from the hotel's celebrated wine cellar.
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
This signature restaurant features exquisite Cantonese specialties and innovative modern presentations by Chef Fok Kai Yee and his team. Summer Pavilion is set amidst a picturesque garden, which provides an elegant backdrop for dining.
Swissotel The Stamford Singapore: Equinox Restaurant
Singapore's "highest" culinary landmark with world-class cuisine and spectacular views of Singapore, the award-wining Equinox Restaurant enchants with the most scrumptious authentic International offerings. Each cuisine is skillfully created to deliver a multi-dimensional culinary experience.
Seated in the elegant amphitheater-style restaurant, be awed by three-story high teak and rice paper lanterns, Ming-inspired wooden trellises and a luminous wall of mother of pearl.
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