Michelin-starred Restaurants in Singapore that You Should Not Miss
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After a long day of work or a crazy week of obstacles to overcome, you are someone who definitely deserves a treat! Nothing beats sitting down at a table full of delectable dishes to devour. You could go solo, or you could grab a friend, book a table for two with your other half, or set a family day out to remember.
Luckily for you, there are a great selection of Michelin-starred restaurants right here in Singapore. Our experts at Gift Hampers Singapore know a thing or two about choosing good food, so we’ve made a list of our favourite Michelin star restaurants for you to try out!
Ten Michelin-star restaurants in Singapore and signature dishes that you shouldn’t miss
Singapore is blessed with a wide variety of local restaurants that have their unique style and taste. Become a Singapore foodie – if you aren’t one already! – and check out our Michelin guide to the top ten star restaurants listed below. Each of these are under a distinct cuisine style, so you can easily narrow down to the ones you take a fancy to on that particular evening.
Singaporean: Let’s start off with Sik Bao Sin (Desmond’s Creation), 592 Geylang Road, serving you authentic Singaporean goodness in every bite. Every dish is concocted according to the traditional recipes. The bowl-licking sweet and sour pork is highly recommended as is the home-style cze char.
Cantonese: Although The Famous Kitchen, 54 Sembawang Road, is officially marked as a Cantonese restaurant, there are Teochew, Sichuan, Thai and Singaporean dishes on the menu, so it’s great for groups who enjoy different cuisines. The lobster braised bee hoon is a must-try.
Indian: Bring your kids to Zaffron Kitchen, 135-137 East Coast Road, a family-friendly Northern Indian bistro with a sleek, modern décor and an innovative iPad menu. The shahi turkey biryani and tandoori malai chicken tikka are among many guest favourites.
Street Food: One cannot simple go without trying Singapore street food. Michelin-starred Hock Hai Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Noodle, 270 Queen Street has a lot to offer. Not only is it a great bang for your buck, the curry broth is deliciously fragrant and the chicken has an intense flavour that leaves you wanting more.
Seafood: Mellben Seafood, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 is definitely a restaurant you should find time to visit. Famous for its crabs, the master chef cooks it to absolute perfection… for 15 different dishes! The classic chilli crab is one for thrill seekers, or if you’re not much of a spice person, try the creamy butter crab that melts in your mouth.
Peranakan: Taste some rare authentic Peranakan dishes at Chilli Padi, 11 Joo Chiat Place. You will feel very welcomed by the friendly, helpful staff who are ready to give you any advice on the dishes, including the wonderful kueh pai ti and ayam rendang.
Fujian: The bright, modern appeal of Putien, 127-129 Kitchener Road, makes it a very comfortable and welcoming restaurant. From November to March, look out for the signature seaweed with mini shrimps and from April to August, enjoy delicious clams that come straight from Fujian.
Japanese: Kappo Shunsui, 5 Koek Road, is a mysterious and unmissable restaurant. The secretive entrance is simply a frosted glass door and a bell. You can enjoy a fantastic selection of over 80 types of sakes and its omakase menu.
Italian contemporary: 28 Wilkie, 28 Wilkie Road, named after the address itself is an elegant dining room that was designed and styled by the owner’s wife. The menu has a modern, Japanese touch to it. The Italian sushi and wine are popular orders.
French: This classic French restaurant is sophisticated and world-renowned for its mouth-watering menu. Les Amis, 1 Scotts Road, has stunning signature dishes, from the blue lobster and potato salad to the baba au rhum.