Top Rated Restaurants in Singapore

Here's a list of Top Rated Restaurants in Singapore recommended by our experts:

Food isn’t taken lightly in Singapore. Singapore is the food capital of Asia. It’s no secret, in fact, that food is a national pastime and obsession here – mentioned frequently in Singaporean literature. A melting pot of Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures, Singaporean cuisine reflects this ethnic diversity in many (highly delicious) ways and has attracted food lovers and keen gastronomers for long. This country is one of the richest in Southeast Asia, oozing luxury, sophistication and modernity. This does not mean, however, that you can't find affordable and delicious food in Singapore. History tells us about Singapore as a seaport with a large immigrant population. Some of the other Influences include cuisines that derive from Indonesian, Thai, Middle Eastern, Peranakan and Eurasian traditions. Locals and people from different communities often interact and eat together. Food is a unifying thread in Singapore and it explains the cheap street food flourish since the 1800s, when Singapore started to really thrive. Singapore’s famed chili crabs and other tasty crustaceans tend to come with a hefty price tag at many of the restaurants, however, and so they tend to be avoided by visitors on a tight budget. Lip smacking Hainanese Chicken, chicken rice, kaya toast, char kway teow, bak chor mee, and a vibrant plethora of delicious hawker street fare are your bet for the best value-for-money meals in Singapore. International cuisine is widely available too. Discover the many innovative dishes found everywhere from hawker stands to upscale restaurants. From the countless hawker restaurants to gourmet venues spearheaded by Michelin star chefs, you’ll soon discover that food is a vital part of Singapore’s culture. Red Star Restaurant is a middle-class restaurant started jointly by four top Singapore chefs in the 70′s. The philosophy of economical, value-for-money, and tasty food lives on in Red Star.In Red Star Restaurant, you will find that nostalgic feeling of being in an authentic yum cha house, with the waitresses pushing the dim sum carts around the place, filling the place with vibrant vibes and whiffs of dim sum. Red Star Restaurant is definitely the place to go for authentic Cantonese cuisine at a good price. Whet your appetite with a mouth-watering meal at any of these top rated restaurants in Singapore:

Sakae Sushi

Restaurant in Singapore

Sakae Sushi, 501 Orchard Road #02-13 (Wheelock Place). A fairly happy compromise of price and quality, plates $1.90 each (except red premium plates at $6.90). ...

Basillico Italian Restaurant

Restaurant in Singapore

Emphasis on fresh, seasonal and authentic Italian cuisine, Bassillico Italian Restaurant offers both a la carte and buffet options.Their three chefs are from ...

Cut By Wolfgang Puck

Restaurant in Singapore

CUT restaurant in Singapore is the third location for master chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck's critically acclaimed, award-winning Beverly Hills steakhouse ...

Restaurant Andre

Restaurant in Singapore

Art and philosophy play primary roles in Taiwanese chef Andr Chiang's eponymous 30-seat restaurant in a 19th-century terrace house in Singapore's historic China...

Singapore Zam Zam Restaurant

Restaurant in Singapore

This landmark Indian-Muslim restaurant opposite Sultan Mosque has been serving nasi biryani, murtabak, roti prata and other dishes for over 100 years. It's ...

Flutes At The Fort

Restaurant in Singapore

FLUTES Restaurant.Bar made history in 2004 when Flutes at the Fort was set up in the Fire Chief's House behind the historical Hill Street Fire Station and the ...

The Curry Culture

Restaurant in Singapore
Authentic LocalIndianNon Vegetarian

Note: Closed hours - 2.30 PM to 5.30 PM. The love of food is a great way to define the Curry Culture Experience.Traditional Indian Curries are a complex art ...

Nox - Dine In The Dark

Restaurant in Singapore

Plunge into an intriguing new world of mystery and sensation you have never experienced before, and join the culinary journey through taste, smell, touch and ...

Jaan Restaurant

Restaurant in Singapore

Derived from the ancient Sanskrit word for bowl, JAAN is an intimate, 40-seat restaurant dedicated to showcasing the finest in modern French cuisine in ...

Samy's Curry Restaurant

Restaurant in Singapore
IndianSouth Indian

Serving up South Indian specialties in a casual colonial setting, Samy's Curry is a Singapore institution. The fact that Samy's has been around for 50 years is ...

Shahi Maharani

Restaurant in Singapore
IndianNorth IndianRajasthaniMughlai

The Moghul emperors of days gone by are no more! But they have left behind them a heritage so rich in culinary extravaganza that it has been passed down ...

The Line

Restaurant in Singapore

Modern surroundings designed by Adam Tihany and stylish bites from our enthusiastic chefs, make this all-day dining restaurant the place to be. International...


Restaurant in Singapore
AsianVegetarianIndianNorth Indian

The word tandoor came originally from the Middle East with the name deriving from the Babylonian word 'tinuru' from the Semitic word nar meaning fire. Hebrew ...