This modern Chinese restaurant at the newly opened Six Senses Duxton is dedicated to using organic, nourishing and sustainably-sourced ingredients in its cooking, and doesn’t use MSG and additives such as gluten and flavour enhancers.
Jaan was recently ranked 44th at the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018 for its elegant French cuisine. Located on the 70th floor of the Swissotel the Stamford with views across the entire city, a meal there is a truly memorable experience.
Restaurant Ibid is run by MasterChef Asia winner Woo Wai Leong, and specialises in what he dubs as Nanyang-style contemporary Chinese cuisine — which taps on his life experiences, and the food he ate growing up in Singapore.
Location: 18 North Canal Road
Phone: +65 9151 8698
Clan Cafe is the only eatery at private members’ club Straits Clan that’s open to the public. It’s an all-day dining venue that specialises in Asian-influenced grain bowls, salads and broths, with highlights such as kakiage, and otah sandwiches.
Opened by renowned Hong Kong chef Alvin Leung, Forbidden Duck specialises in Peking duck and slow-cooked roasted duck. Like the one served at Forbidden Duck’s flagship restaurant in Hong Kong, the slow-cooked duck comes with citrus-flavoured butterfly-shaped buns.
Location: 8A Marina Boulevard, #02-02, Marina Bay Link Mall
Phone: +65 6509 8767
Foo’d by Davide Oldani has undergone a complete overhaul and is now known as Sinfonia Ristorante. It’s helmed by Sardinian chef Simone Depalmas and offers contemporary Italian dishes made with seasonal ingredients.
Location: #01-01, Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, 11 Empress Pl
Phone: +65 6385 5588
Run by Liberty Group — a Hong Kong-based F&B company that also brought in Peking duck restaurant Forbidden Duck — Qi specialises in contemporary Sichuan cuisine. Its signature dishes include chilli oil soup, Sri Lanka crab, and spicy prawns.
Location: 8A Marina Boulevard, #02-01, Marina Bay Link Mall, Straits View
Phone: +65 6634 8277
A household name in Hong Kong, this popular cha chaan teng, or casual teahouse, has made its way to Singapore to open its first Southeast Asia branch. It will serve its signature items like milk tea, lamb chops with curry, and crispy buns drizzled with condensed milk.
Location: 3A River Valley Road, Clarke Quay, #01-03
Phone: +65 6250 9270