Savor Singapore’s stunning eat-out offerings, from sensational street food to gourmet dishes
The tiny tropical island of Singapore offers a great getaway, from sumptuous hotels and stunning shopping to some of the most exciting cuisine imaginable. Its food offerings include a melting pot of cultures, traditions and flavors, ensuring that dining out is always an adventure. Whether you’re looking for traditional dishes served al fresco from street stalls, or wish to savor some gourmet fare, you’ll find it all in Singapore. Wherever you go in this sensational city, you’re in for a gastronomic adventure. Here’s a selection of some of the best eat-out choices, from food stalls offering every type of cuisine imaginable to haute cuisine that elevates dining to an indulgent art.
Market stalls and street fare
Wherever you go in this sensational city you’ll find an array of food stalls offering every type of cuisine imaginable. Here’s a selection of some of the best…
Newton Food Circus (or Center)
500 Clemenceau Avenue, North Singapore
Open every day from noon onwards, right through the night until 2am, this famous food center offers every type of food imaginable. You’ll find all sorts of satay and a really great seafood BBQ variety as well as some intoxicating Indian delights. One of the specialties on offer is the Singaporean Chili Crab. Try it… it’s almost too good to be true!
Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Center
28 Kadayanallur Street, Tanjong Pagar
This renowned Chinatown food center boasts more than 100 stalls, each providing sensational traditional Asian fare. British chef Gordon Ramsay has made it known that Stall Number Four is sublime, so give it a try. And if you get a chance, try to sample the city’s famous Chicken Rice dish here, served with the signature Chili Sauce. Delicious!
Swee Choon Dim Sum
185-191 Jln Besar, Farrer Park
This is the place in Singapore to enjoy Dim Sum. This simple establishment is open through the night, from 6pm to 6am. It’s famous for its Dim Sum varieties – you won’t be disappointed!
Although the fast food options and street food are all delicious, why not pamper yourself at least once with some fabulous gourmet fare? We suggest one of these two popular establishments…
L’Atelier Joel Robuchon at Sentosa Resort World
Hotel Michel Resort World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway
Sentosa Resort World is one of Singapore’s most famous entertainment offerings, and the food at restaurant L’Atelier Joel Robuchon is just as sublime. It’s one of 12 restaurants around the world run by French chef Joel Robuchon. But that’s not all. Those 12 restaurants boast an incredible 28 Michelin stars between them! The Singapore branch of this famous eatery won’t disappoint, we promise you. Savor miniscule portions of heaven on the restaurant’s renowned tasting menu. Each is more delicious than the previous one. And each is a veritable work of art.
Ku de ta at the Marina Bay Sands
Skypark at Marina Bay Sands North Tower 1, Bayfront Avenue
Way up on the 57th floor of the luxurious Marina Bay Sands you’ll find the magnificent Ku de ta Restaurant, home to the most popular bar in the city. Enjoy a delicious cocktail while you savor the panoramic view of Singapore below you, then head for the restaurant for an unforgettable meal. Ku de Ta’s Asian-inspired fare includes delectable delights such as blackened cod and duck done just so. Once you’ve had your food, the night is just beginning. You have free access to the Ku de Ta Nightclub, so you can dance till dawn if you desire.
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