is a food-lover’s paradise. From traditional Indian specialties to innovative
Spanish tapas, you’ll find an almost overwhelming array of restaurants ready to
dazzle your palate. Not sure where to begin? We’ve got a few ideas.
Wild Honey: Known for
serving breakfast all day, this Scotts Square eatery offers globe-trotting
morning plates like The Basque, The Norwegian and The Belgian.
Five & Dime Eatery:
Get your comfort-food fix at this quirky River Valley Road spot. Equally adept
at breakfast and brunch, Five & Dime serves a.m. treats such as eggs
Benedict and hot chocolate in a stylish, modern setting.
eM by the River: It’s
all about location at this Gallery Hotel restaurant. Enjoy a cup of coffee and
some hearty breakfast specialties while basking in the sunshine that glitters
off the Singapore River.
Au Jardin: This star
of Singapore’s fine-dining scene offers a more moderately priced lunch of
traditional French delights. Try the foie gras terrine or roasted Magret duck
The Dining Room: It
toes the line between brunch and lunch, but The Dining Room is a must-try for
beach-goers. Enjoy the stunning sea views over a meal of toasted brioche or
savory bean salad.
The Green Bar: More
than just a salad bar, this lettuce-rich lunch spot serves up inventive plates
like the Smoked Duck Surprise. Come for the irresistible salads, but stay for
the retro décor.
Waku Ghin: If you’re
looking for a true luxury experience, it doesn’t get much better than Waku
Ghin. This Marina Bay Sands restaurant is
chef Tetsuya Wakuda treats patrons to course after course of exquisite
Japanese-influenced dishes. Just make sure to bring your Singapore credit cards.
La Cicala: This
innovative tapas bar puts a Singaporean spin on the traditional Spanish small
plates. Try the irresistible croquetas and beyond-authentic jamón iberico de
No Menu: As the
latest restaurant from the Michelin-starred Osvaldo Forlino, No Menu excites
its patrons with a simple take on classic Italian dishes. Ask for a seat
upstairs for a peek at the imported European décor.
Ku De Ta: Perched
atop the towering Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, this laid-back lounge serves
carefully crafted cocktails to the tune of Singapore’s hottest DJs.
Drink Culture: This
night spot routinely hosts an ultra-chic crowd, but the drinks are unbeatable.
Sample the dessert-like Dawa, or kick back with a Campari mojito.
The Auld Alliance:
Surrounded by an antique library atmosphere, this high-class whisky bar serves
nearly 600 single-malt varieties. You can also try the vintage champagnes, rums