The 7 Best Fine Dining Restaurants In Singapore

Singapore is known as a wonderful place to get all kinds of cuisine. You can find Western, Asian and everything in between. There are many fine dining restaurants in Singapore and this list will show you some of the best ones so whether you are celebrating an occasion or just want to dine with friends you will have a good time at any of the spots listed below.

Artemis Grill

The seasonal menu at Artemis Grill is inspired by the Mediterranean’s unique culinary traditions.

Mediterranean cuisine, which includes seasonal local vegetables, traditional grains and legumes, fresh seafood, and grilled meats, is typical of countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. It is considered one of the healthiest cuisines in the world, with olive oil as the primary source of added fat.

You will love this place’s menu as it is vegetarian- and keto-friendly! You will also have a great selection of gluten-free dishes.

A fantastic place with a lovely view, delicious food and a great ambience, Artemis Grill is for everybody!

Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore

If meaty delights are up your street, you will be blown away by the six-course menu at Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore on Orchard Road, which boasts floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of the city for a luxurious dining experience.

The menu sees starters like seafood ceviche, goose foie gras and Hokkaido scallop taking the table. Tuck into a warm bowl of butternut squash pumpkin soup to whet your appetite. For mains, you can’t miss the signature prime rib of beef: This standing roast is aged up to 21 days for optimal tenderness and carved tableside for ultimate freshness. Or, try the baked cod if fish is more your thing.

Finally, complete the meal with something sweet. For chocolate lovers, the berry chocolate treat is ideal. Are you looking for a refreshing dessert? The strawberry lemon cake will take your breath away.

This place is great for celebrations, or even dining in by yourself. Lawry’s cut is guaranteed fabulous, full of flavour and the beefy taste is out of this world.

With every $500 bought, you’ll receive a complimentary bottle of Hecht & Bannier Languedoc Rosé as a bonus!

Meadesmoore

Are you craving a scrumptious steak? Make a reservation for any occasion at this new restaurant in Singapore. Babette’s blinis, buckwheat pancakes on a silver dish with caviar, chives, shallots, grated egg white and yolk, and crème fraiche, are the first course on Meadesmoore‘s special set menu.

Before moving on to the main course — beouf a la ficele – start with pan-roasted scallops from Norway. The steak is poached, charcoal-grilled, and served with sherry and truffle glazed vegetables such as baby carrots, zucchini, and snap peas in a beef broth. Another option for your main course is the truffle and mushroom-filled spring chicken. Finish with a red velvet eton mess, which includes cake bites, white chocolate chantilly cream, and cream cheese ice cream.

The 9-course is popular among patrons and new customers. The steak portion is pretty huge, tender and well seasoned with crushed salt.

Overall, the ambience is fantastic and great for date nights!

Rempapa

In Singapore, Chef Damian D’Silva introduces a specially curated afternoon tea, which will be available on weekends during May and June. Before moving on to the sweets, start with savouries such kong bak pau, naked curry puff, kueh pie tee, and chicken debal slider.

Rempapa makes incredible kuehs that you won’t want to miss! Kueh kosui, kueh salat, and kueh bingka, as well as abok sagu and talam pandan, are all on the menu. With your choice of coffee or tea, this mid-day treat is offered.

A family-friendly restaurant, the Chinese, Peranakan, Eurasian, Indian and Malay cuisine selections of Rempapa are sure to have something you will love and be up your alley.

10 Scotts at Grand Hyatt Singapore

Love dainty high tea sets? Spend a relaxing afternoon enjoying a three-course treat with a complimentary gold Moscato cocktail and red velvet cake at 10 Scotts. Highlights include braised Australian beef brisket, baked eggplant parmigiana, strawberry tart with lemon curd, rhubarb compote and house-made scones. Sip on brews by Monogram Tea, add on $30 for six cocktails or top up $40 for free-flow champagne and wine.

Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge

In the mood for some Italian? Check out Zafferano! This Italian brunch includes a spectacular view of the Marina Bay coastline as well as a delectable spread of main courses, appetizers, desserts, and more. Start with scallop carpaccio and octopus salad from Hokkaido before moving on to pasta dishes like lasagna. Choose from wagyu striploin, herb-crusted pork loin, and black cod for the main course. Finish the meal with desserts such as tiramisu and rum baba. Spend $30 or $60 to get unlimited booze!

New Ubin Seafood

Are you planning a large family gathering? New Ubin Seafood, a zi char hotspot, never disappoints. Choose from a variety of set menus at various locations and eat communally. House-smoked pork belly fried rice with XO sauce, lime leaf chicken, braised abalone, steaming halibut, poached prawns, and many other dishes are on the menu. You can order for pickup or delivery if you want to eat at home. Early bird bookings receive a 10% discount!

There you have it!  There are a few things that you can count on when it comes to eating in Singapore. One of those things is that there is a wealth of fine-dining restaurants in Singapore. You can find everything from Western cuisine to Asian cuisine, Thai and Indian food. If you are in the mood for something more casual then there are plenty of places that fit that bill as well.

The 7 Best Fine Dining Restaurants In Singapore: Final Thoughts

Whether it’s a romantic night out, a celebration, or just because you deserve it, we know you will have a fantastic night out at any of the best fine dining restaurants in Singapore on the above list, as we have hand-picked them based on taste, presentation, ambience and more!

And if you want to keep the celebration going after your meal, make sure you check out our list of the best places for coffee in Singapore.

Do you have suggestions to add to the best fine dining restaurants in Singapore? Let us know in the comments below!

Annie Goh

Annie Goh was born and raised in Singapore, and grew up on a steady diet of hawker food, fine dining, and everything in between thanks to her parent's passion for food and adventure. After spending the early part of her career travelling the world, Annie how now come home to share her love of Singapore with the world.

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