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Iggy's

94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What is arguably Singapore's best restaurant is now housed at the Hilton International after a long run at the Regent. — Lonely Planet

With the British Restaurant magazine ranking it one of the world’s top 100 restaurants in 2006, the 28-seat Iggy’s is no longer the best-kept secret on Singapore’s restaurant scene. — Insight Guides

Deliciously exclusive, Iggy's invites gourmands to dine at one of only six tables. — Frommer's

Proprietor and culinary star Ignatius Chan proves that great food needs only the simplest backdrop to generate global buzz. — Condé Nast Traveler

It all makes for an exciting, sometimes surprising meal at this intimate 28-seat restaurant, which serves prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner and an à la carte menu during the evening at the bar. — Forbes Travel Guide

Les Amis

French 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Still the fine dining stalwart in Singapore. — Time Out

Tantalizing tasting menus: a four-course spread for lunch and five- to seven-course feast during the evening. Individual courses change with the season. — Forbes Travel Guide

Mingle with Singaporean tycoons and celebrities at the island's finest French restaurant. — Fodor's

In this city obsessed with all things new, the timelessly elegant Les Amis, founded in 1994, has retained its lofty position as a Singapore French fine dining institution. — Gayot

Les Amis, sister restaurant to Au Jardin and Casa Verde, is the culinary embodiment of high-society Singapore. — Concierge

The Blue Ginger Restaurant

Chinese 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in an attractive shophouse, Blue Ginger is one of the few restaurants in Singapore that specialises in Peranakan food. — Lonely Planet

Come to this beautifully restored shophouse for such well-prepared Malaysian/Chinese. — Fodor's

In a smartly renovated shophouse, this trendy Nonya restaurant has become a firm favourite thanks to such dishes as ikan masal asam gulai. — Rough Guide

Occupying a restored Chinatown shophouse with antique stained-glass windows, Blue Ginger specializes in the distinct local cuisine called Peranakan, a mix of Chinese and Malaysian... — Condé Nast Traveler

Blue Ginger specializes in the distinct local cuisine called Peranakan, a mix of Chinese and Malaysian influences. — Concierge

Samy's Curry

Indian 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A Dempsey institution, Samy's opened in 1950 and has been on this particular spot since the 1980s. — Lonely Planet

Samy's Curry has a charming and casual feel that's distinct from the more upscale ambience typical in Dempsey Hill. — Fodor's

There are many places in Singapore to get good southern Indian banana leaf, but none quite so unique as Samy's, out on Dempsey Road. — Frommer's

Housed in a colonial-era hall with ceiling fans whirring overhead, Samy’s is an institution that’s been serving superb banana- leaf meals for decades. — Rough Guide

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Din Tai Fung

83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This outlet of Din Tai Fung – Taiwan's oldest dumpling and noodle chain – was the first to open in Singapore. — Lonely Planet

Famous for excellent-quality dim sum at an affordable price, this eatery has become a standard for Singaporean Chinese. — Frommer's

This Taiwanese chain is respected the world over for its juicy, impossibly delicate xiao long bao (dumpling-like steamed buns). — Fodor's

Originally founded in Taiwan, Din Tai Fung is a casual Chinese restaurant serving traditional dim sum, rice, and noodle dishes. — Travel + Leisure

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The White Rabbit

79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A beautifully refurbished church with a high ceiling and stained-glass windows is the setting for this restaurant serving fine modern European cuisine. — Rough Guide

The kitchen takes an artsy, nouveau approach to a menu heavy on meat, seafood, and pasta. It does get (very) busy, so call ahead for reservations. — Fodor's

Find the light in tweaked Euro comforters like tagliatelle with Alaskan king crab and 36-hour short ribs with ruby port glaze. — Lonely Planet

It's not often that you dine in a restored chapel. The White Rabbit, located in the old British Dempsey Hill barracks area, has a French-influenced menu, with Wagyu beef carpaccio and... — Afar Magazine

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Casa Verde

Cafés 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This al fresco cafe set in the island’s most central and bucolic green space starts every morning with comforting breakfasts like corn beef hash. — Gayot

This alfresco café in the Singapore Botanic Gardens is a favorite of the city's locals and visitors. — Condé Nast Traveler

Two of the city's top tables—Les Amis and Buko Nero—joined forces to open this alfresco café in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. — Concierge

The most popular place to eat at the Botanic Gardens, family-friendly Casa Verde has a pleasant fan-cooled outdoor seating area and does decent Western grub. — Lonely Planet

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Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Chinese 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A chain of Ya Kun outlets has mushroomed across Singapore, but this one, with terrace seating alongside it, is by far the most atmospheric and is the closest geographically to the 1944 original. — Lonely Planet

Since 1944, this chain of air-conditioned kopitiams, Singapore's answer to coffee shops, has been a breakfast and lunch favorite among those not counting calories. — Concierge

This quick-stop coffee shop—an outpost of a 65-year-old chain—specializes in “toast sets,” or mini-sandwiches. — Travel + Leisure

Now a ubiquitous chain, Ya Kun started out in the prewar years as a Chinatown stall offering classic kopitiam breakfast fare. — Rough Guide

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Long Beach MAIN Seafood Restaurant

79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of the best places for fresh seafood of all kinds: fish like garoupa (grouper), sea bass, marble goby, and kingfish, and other creatures of the sea, from prawns to crayfish. — Frommer's

Cracking into a chili or a black-pepper crab is one of those signature Singapore dining experiences, and there may not be any place that does it better than Long Beach. — Fodor's

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StraitsKitchen

79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Can't stand the thought of braving crowds and brutal heat to sample Singapore's famous food stalls? Street-food style has taken up residence indoors at the Grand Hyatt. — Condé Nast Traveler

A favorite first stop for newly arrived visitors to Singapore, this seemingly endless buffet runs the global gamut. But the emphasis is on indigenous dishes, some prepared by actual... — Gayot

Better value at lunch than dinner, buffet-style StraitsKitchen is the Grand Hyatt's upmarket take on the hawker centre, serving up scrumptious regional classics. — Lonely Planet

Can't stand the thought of braving crowds and brutal heat to sample Singapore's famous food stalls? Street-food style has taken up residence indoors at the Grand Hyatt. — Concierge

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Imperial Restaurant

Chinese 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This culinary address is a must for foodie travelers with a sense of adventure. — Concierge

A Chinese herbalist at this cavernous dining hall is sure to have a remedy or two in mind; in fact, more than 100 dishes with specific therapeutic goals have been created here. — Fodor's

Located in new premises, it still retains the scorpions on the menu and the in-house Chinese physician who checks your pulse. — Lonely Planet

Bring an open mind as much as an appetite to Imperial Herbal Restaurant. — Gayot

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Original Sin

Vegan and Vegetarian 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Plenty of meat-eaters also head to this casual Western-style vegan and vegetarian restaurant for its hearty Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. — Fodor's

Quality vegetarian Mediterranean and Asian fare, everything from Thai green curry to mushroom and asparagus polenta with truffle oil. — Rough Guide

This cozy place is a perennial favorite with Singapore's expatriate population. — Frommer's

This is the most popular of a string of fine-dining options on this quiet residential street. — Lonely Planet

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Joel Robuchon Restaurant

79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Joël Robuchon Singapore serves an exquisite array of French cuisine every bit as luxurious as the setting in which it is savored. — Forbes Travel Guide

French chef Joel Robuchon has brought a branch of his eponymous restaurant to Singapore at the Hotel Michael in Resorts World Sentosa. — Gayot

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Nude Seafood

Seafood 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This casual restaurant has plenty to deserve a recommendation — Time Out

This location is no longer in operation. Sashay over a transparent catwalk, above illuminated running water, toward a 20-meter-long aquarium. Welcome to... — Fodor's

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The Banana Leaf Apolo

Indian 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This humble curry house in Little India may well be the most famous restaurant in Singapore. — Condé Nast Traveler

The “South Indian vegetarian meal” is a steal, a huge thali of rice, poppadoms, two main curries and several side ones, plus a dessert, for just S$8. — Rough Guide

Singapore's great culinary tradition has more to do with the city/state's position as a global financial power than it does with any unique cultural heritage. Before it became the most... — Afar Magazine

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Saint Pierre

78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Framed by a forest of spinnakers and a space designed by local outfit Terre Design, the new Saint Pierre features a lush mod-European surf and turf menu. — Wallpaper

Belgian chef-owner Emmanuel Stroobant whips up what is widely regarded as some of the best foie gras dishes in this smart, award-winning modern French restaurant. — Insight Guides

Belgium-born owner-chef Emmanuel Stroobant's Saint Pierre, located by the W Singapore Sentosa Cove hotel, offers such dishes as 36-hour braised Iberico pork cheek. — Gayot

Saint Pierre is widely considered one of Singapore’s finest restaurants thanks to Stroobant’s innovative take on French and Japanese cuisine. — Travel + Leisure

The modern French menu is often inspired, and though the six types of foie gras might test the patience of animal lovers, it pulls in the crowds. — Lonely Planet

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Waku Ghin

78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a city flush with critically acclaimed fine-dining restaurants from some of the food world’s most decorated chefs, Waku Ghin just might be the best of the best. — Forbes Travel Guide

The refinement and exquisiteness of the 10-course degustation menu by acclaimed chef Tetsuya Wakuda is nothing short of breathtaking. — Lonely Planet

The experience is exactly what you expect of a celebrity chef restaurant: a well-paced exquisite 10-course degustation menu created with the freshest ingredients. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Restaurant Andre

French 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Based on eight primary characteristics: Unique, Texture, Memory, Pure, Terroir, Salt, South, and Artisan, Chiang's definitive gourmet style defies description. — Condé Nast Traveler

I’m used to chefs telling me they’ve made everything I’m eating: the butter, the bread, sometimes even the wine. But Singapore’s André Chiang takes the handmade ethos to the extreme at... — Afar Magazine

Already admired and respected around the world for its sophistication, maturity, unusual philosophy and unique character. — The World's 50 Best Restaurants

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Sin Huat Eating House

Seafood 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's very expensive, usually busy, and the service is notoriously rude, but as much as you're itching to criticise it, the food is fantastic. — Lonely Planet

There's no menu at Sin Huat Eating House and, unless you ask in advance, you won't know how much your seafood feast will cost until the check is plunked down on the faded plastic table. — Fodor's

Sin Huat is a wonderland of fresh seafood—notably the Crab Bee Hoon. — Travel + Leisure

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Sabio by the Sea

78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Their pulpo a la gallega (octopus tentacle cooked in paprika, olive oil, and lemon) is charred in its in-house charcoal oven and the marinated pig shoulder is not to be missed. — Condé Nast Traveler

Spanish-owned and -run, this elegant but tiny restaurant serves delicious tapas, including excellent pan-fried calamari, tender grilled lamb cutlets and aged ham from acorn-fed pigs. — Rough Guide

Some tapas are better than others; winners include the garlicky mushrooms (ask for bread to mop up the jus) and fluffy croquetas stuffed with gooey Manchego cheese. — Lonely Planet

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