Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singapore

Take a look at the below list of Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singapore 2017. Singapore is one of the most bustling cities in the world and the people there have the spending power to match it. As a consequence there are some absolutely incredible places to eat. Singaporean cuisine is incredibly diverse and contains elements from several different cuisines, a result of its vibrant history. It is influenced by Malaysian, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Peranakan, English, Portuguese, Sri Lankan, Thai and even food from the Middle East. As you can probably imagine this meshes together to create something that is quite amazing. In Singapore it is therefore probably no surprise that you can find restaurants specialising in different cuisines from around the world. This list looks at ten of the best.

List of Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singapore 2017

10. Ristorante Amarone

Ristorante Amarone Top Most Popular Restaurants in Singapore 2018

You might be in the middle of Singapore but at Ritorante Amarone you can experience the tastes of Italy, and very well made flavours at that. This regularly receives very good reviews and is a good safe bet if you fancy a taste of Europe. A good wine selection and professional table service. A safe choice if you are in need of a place to have a business lunch but also great for tourists.

9. Nox – Dine in the Dark

Nox - Dine in the Dark Top Largest Restaurants in Singapore 2017

It has been said of Nox that it is a place that everybody should visit at least once in their lives. At this innovative restaurant you rely far more on your taste buds as you cannot see what it is that you are eating. The restaurant is trying to get away from the move towards requiring ‘exquisite’ presentation. It is often said that we eat with our eyes, well we eat with our mouth and our taste buds more! This restaurant is quite expensive but the food is good and you are paying for the experience as much as anything else. The idea is that you give up your sight for one evening in order to enhance the other four senses.

8. Cut by Wolfgang Puck

Cut by Wolfgang Puck Top Best Restaurants in Singapore 2017

This is a steakhouse and an amazing one at that. If you like your meat then you will not be disappointed by this restaurant. It is suitable for both business trips and nice dinners, even though it is also sold as a family restaurant. Great quality food at good prices.

7. The Garden, Sentosa Island

The Garden, Sentosa Island Top Famous Restaurants in Singapore 2018

A super Singaporean restaurant with a diverse menu. This is an affordable restaurant and the people and service is second to none. It has super reviews and is a wonderful place to eat at. It is also not overly expensive.

6. Wine Connection Bistro at HillV2


A soon as you walk into this place you know you are in a brilliant venue. The food is second to none with people often challenging others in reviews to find a better place. The staff know their wines incredibly well also and are able to offer good advice on what to pair meals with in terms of drinks. With all this said it remains affordable.

5. Mavalli Tiffin Restaurant


If you want authentic south Indian food in Singapore then look no further than MTR. Open from 8.30am-3pm and then from 5.30 until 9.30pm this is worth a visit if you like food from the subcontinent.

4. Rhubarb

Rhubarb Top Popular Restaurants in Singapore 2018

Located in the Chinatown part of Singapore this restaurant is influenced by French and European styles of cookery and also offers gluten free food. Even foie gras is on the menu!It is very popular and quite a small restaurant so it requires prior booking. Also, it quite expensive but you are paying for the reputation and the inventiveness of the kitchen. Reviews often class it as ‘visually extravagant’. Worth a visit if you want to push the boat out. This is one of Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singapore 2017.

3. Restaurant Andre

Restaurant Andre Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singapore

Another French style cuisine restaurant that is located in the historic Chinatown. Restaurant Andre opened in 2010 and has since risen to critical acclaim. Run by owner and chef André Chiang, the dishes take on eight different characteristics – Unique, Texture, Memory, Pure, Terroir, Salt, South, and Artisan – and they may change as the seasons pass. A truly unique experience every time you visit.

2. Iggy’s at the Hilton

Iggy's at the Hilton Top Most Restaurants in Singapore 2017

This restaurant works on the basis of providing unique flavours and textures and has influences from Australia, Europe and Japan. Since opening in 2004 it has made it onto most ‘lists of places to eat in Singapore’. Chef Akmal Anuar serves up expertly balanced, light and fresh food with clean Japanese flavors, while a wine list (which is over 25 pages long) will leave you mesmerized by the unusual finds of award-winning sommelier Ignatius Chan, who founded the restaurant. The place also includes two private dining rooms.

1. Waku Ghin, Marina Bay Sands

Waku Ghin, Marina Bay Sands Top Most Famous Restaurants in Singapore 2019

At the top of this list is placed Tetsuya Wakuda’s Waku Ghin restaurant. Originally from Sydney, this restaurant has received critical acclaim and often receives rave reviews. Its menu is diverse and there are influences from both Japanese and European styles of cookery. There is a 10 course degestation menu for 25 guests which makes for an incredible and memorable experience. For an average price of $380 per person it is quite expensive but it is one of a kind cookery. It is perhaps some of the best cooking that Singapore can provide and it is well worth the experience.

This list of Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singapore 2017 has given you a diverse range of options for places to dine at in Singapore. In reality though there are thousands of options and you are just as likely to be able to find somewhere good off the beaten track as you are if you go to somewhere more well known. There is something available for everyone though, no matter your budget or preferred cuisine. That is the great thing about Singapore. In a relatively small area (although it is still a big city!) there is immense diversity. Enjoy your culinary adventure!

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