Where to Eat in Singapore: 7 Popular Restaurants

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Singapore is a vibrant mix of cultures, traditions, and peoples, whose ancestors came here from different parts of the world. That is why the cuisine of this city is so varied. This vibrant metropolis is literally overflowing with tastes and smells. Check out the best restaurants in Singapore and indulge in culinary delights!

Min Jiang

Min Jiang restaurant is located on the territory of the Goodwood Park Hotel and has been famous for its excellent cuisine, exquisite atmosphere, and excellent service for over 30 years.
The facility’s menu includes a selection of hits from Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine. Here they offer a large selection of dim sums, as well as dishes cooked on the grill. Seasonal seafood deals are in effect.

The main hall, several VIP rooms, as well as a cozy playground with an open kitchen near the pool are at guests’ disposal.

  • 22 Scotts Road
  • +6567301704


The Pollen restaurant, located on the territory of the Flower Dome space greenhouse, which is part of the architectural and landscape complex “Gardens by the Bay”, invites you to enjoy impeccable cuisine, high-class service and a pleasant atmosphere surrounded by exotic vegetation.

European cuisine with a slight Mediterranean flavor forms the basis of the restaurant’s menu. For cooking, only the freshest ingredients are used here, which, in the hands of experienced chefs, turn into real works of culinary art.

At guests’ disposal are air-conditioned rooms on two floors with a total capacity of 120 people.

  • Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
  • +65 6604 9988

Burnt Ends

Burnt Ends is a small Australian restaurant in Chinatown, Singapore, with a focus on the barbecue: all meals are cooked exclusively on fire.

Slow hot roasting, grilling, charcoal cooking – the menu at Burnt Ends is updated almost daily, and the fame of local steaks and king crab has spread all over the world so that the gastronomic center has become a center of attraction for eminent chefs and those whose culinary art is a chef. Burnt Ends chef Dave Pint motivates to take the path of a restaurateur. The atmosphere here is relaxed, “friendly”, you can come, sit by the bar and meditatively observe the process on the other side of the barricades, sipping a glass of red.

  • 20 Teck Lim Road
  • +65 6224 3933

Ding Dong

Popular for its playful take on traditional Asian cuisine, contemporary restaurant Ding Dong offers Asian cuisine created by chef Miller May, promising to embark on an exciting journey full of culinary surprises and libations.

Immersed in the culture and culinary tastes of the region, Ding Dong explores modern yet nostalgic textures and ingredients, drawing inspiration from Southeast Asian flavors paired with Asian cocktails and handcrafted exclusive wines.

  • 23 Ann Siang Road
  • +65 6557 0189

The Naked Finn

The Naked Finn restaurant with a laconic interior is hidden from view in one of the old army barracks on the territory of the famous art enclave Gillman Barracks, which brings together the strongest galleries of modern art.

The restaurant is not pretentious, the atmosphere is both relaxed and lively, there are always a lot of people for lunch and dinner, so it is better to reserve a table in advance and at the same time plan a walk through the art galleries that are located nearby, for example, Ota Fine Arts.

  • 41 Malan Road
  • +65 6694 0807

Jamie’s Italian

The famous restaurant of the famous British chef and TV star Jamie Oliver! If you haven’t visited Jamie’s Italian yet, be sure to do so, the restaurant is a great place to get up close and personal with Jamie’s signature Italian cuisine. Jamie has very high standards for the quality of the products, the main idea is to use the best ingredients, including fresh local produce.

  • 1 Harbourfront Walk, VivoCity
  • +65 6733 5500

Les Amis

Les Amis from French – Friends. This is the first establishment in the Les Amis Group holding. The holding was founded by four partners who wanted to bring some French cuisine to Singapore. For many years, the restaurant has maintained its philosophy of Haute French cuisine through attention to detail and ingredients. And each team member strives to make the guests’ stay in the restaurant as comfortable as possible.

  • 1 Scotts Road, 2–16 Shaw Centre
  • +65 6733 2225
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