Singapore Recommended Restaurants
There 100's of restaurants in Singapore offering all types of foods from all around the world. You can dine relatively inexpensiveness or push the boat our at an upmarket establishment, Singapore offers it all. Below is just a small example of restaurants available.
The distances advised below are from our flagship Hotel - The Dorsett, Singapore and are approximate and only meant as a guide
Breakfast (including Food Centres a.k.a. Hawker Centres)
Chinatown Complex Food Centre is where you’ll find the most local food starting from 1 SGD. This is old world Singapore and you’ll find tons of elderly folks sipping coffees from tiny cups and having toast with soft-boiled eggs. This is where the world’s first One Michelin Star street food stall - Very popular with the locals offering reasonably priced dishes.
Less than 4 minutes away is Maxwell Food Centre, another gem of a local food centre. Locally known as 'Hawker Centres and the ones in Chinatown are as old as time. With food prices that attract students and older people looking for decent food at a decent price. Meals from 1 SGD.
Hong Lim Market and Food Centre is a 12 minute walk from the Dorsett and houses quite a few Michelin Bib Gourmand stalls! Michelin recommendations can be a bit hit and miss but the local crowd at this food centre will attest to the quality on offer here. Meals from 3 SGD.
Lunch and Dinner
Teo Hong Road Right across the street from the Dorsett Hotel is Mad About Sucre, one of the best patisseries in Singapore, as well as having great French-inspired food. Menu around 60 SGD per head.
Keong Saik Road/Teck Lim Road area
(1) 4 minutes up the hill is Man Man Unagi Restaurant which serves pretty good grilled freshwater eel over rice. It’s real popular and you can expect a queue. About 30 SGD a head.
(2) There’s Kok Sen Restaurant on the same street as Man Man and this is a good choice serving local fare. Very busy, noisy place with a big menu, typical Chinese restaurant. They’re famous for their Large Prawn Hor Fun, a type of thick flour noodle in gravy. About 20 SGD a head.
(3) One of the best restaurants in Asia, Burnt Ends, located just across Kok Sen. This is a seriously good oven-cooked meats and seafood place with a need to make reservations ahead. You wil be looking around 80 SGD a head
(4) Right at the start of the street is a personal favorite of 'our man in Singapore', Tiong Shian Porridge. This is a great spot for supper after drinks or even breakfast, depending on how you want it. The porridge is comforting and very tasty. About 6 SGD a head.
Shake Shack doesn’t need an introduction. Their burgers are widely regarded and some believe are the best around, anywhere! You are looking at 14 SGD a head.
(1) Binomio is well-known for their tapas and solid Spanish food. Good for a night out with friends and a few drinks. About 50 SGD a head.
(2) Head to Pasta Brava for their Squid Ink Pasta and Risotto. Another popular place that probably requires reservations on weekends and dinner. About 30 SGD a head.