29 Michelin Restaurants & Stalls In Singapore – The Ultimate Michelin Guide With Addresses, Price and Reviews
This guide is for the Michelin foodies. For your convenience, I tried to include key information of Singapore’s Michelin starred restaurants in one page.
That includes address, reservation number, opening hours, degustation prices (if available), websites and reviews (indiciated with a blue-colored link if available). Do note the prices of some restaurants, unfortunately, are likely to increase.
I suspect that most Singaporeans cannot be bothered at all about chasing stars, while I hear of foodies who are going down the ENTIRE list. Some of my friends are keen to try 2-3 of them – which they previously did not hear of and are curious about. (Actually, some can skip lah. LOL)
A friend estimated that to trek through the Michelin list, it would cost at least $2504++ for lunch, and $6602++ for dinner. Can I add, plenty of patience to queue as well?
For reviews of individual restaurants, you can refer to this link > Michelin Singapore – Restaurant Reviews
For the Bib Gourmand hawker stalls, you can use this link > 17 Michelin Bib Gourmand Hawker Stalls from Singapore
3 Michelin stars: Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey
Joël Robuchon Restaurant
Level 1 Resorts World Sentosa, Hotel Michael, 8 Sentosa Gateway Singapore 098269 (HarbourFront Station)
Tel: +65 6577 6688
Tel: +65 6577 7888
Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 2:30pm (Every Sat), Dinner 6pm – 10:30pm (Tues – Sat), Closed Sun-Mon, except Public Holidays
Joël Robuchon Restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa RWS is Singapore’s 1st and ONLY 3 Star Michelin restaurant in the Singapore Michelin Guide 2016.
Lunches are available only during Saturdays, with menu priced at $128, $148, $168++.
The $168 Menu comes with appetizer, soup, seafood main, meat main, cheese or dessert, dessert trolley and selection of petit fours. Wine pairing at $48 for 2 glasses, $68 for 3, $88 for 4.
The Dinner Menu is priced at $208, $288, $308 for the “Menu Appetit”, and $438 for a full tasting menu. A Vegetarian 8-course tasting menu is also available at $208. Joël Robuchon Restaurant (Resorts World Sentosa)
2 Michelin stars: Excellent cooking, worth a detour
41 Bukit Pasoh Road Singapore 089855 (Outram Park MRT)
Tel: +65 6534 8880
Opening Hours: 12:00 – 2:00pm, 7:00 – 11:00pm (Tues – Sun, Closed Mon, PH)
Restaurant Andre’s philosophical menu ($350++ per person sans wine) is based on an “Octaphilosophy” theme of eight dishes, representing Pure, Salt, Artisan, South, Texture, Unique, Memory and Terrior.
There is no signature dish per se, the only constant is “Memory”. Even if it is on the same day, guests may be offered different dishes for the same theme.
Price: $198++ for lunch (Wed & Fri only), $350++ for dinner (Tues-Sun). Restaurant Andre (Bukit Pasoh Road)
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
Hotel Michael, Level 1, Resorts World Sentosa
Tel: +65 6577 6688
Tel: +65 6577 7888
Opening Hours: 5:30pm – 10:30pm (Thurs-Mon), Closed Tues, Wed
The L’Atelier counter is where you can watch the chefs in full action within an open kitchen concept – as though you are watching a cooking programme.
The square counter seating is inspired by Tokyo sushi restaurants, with a sexy colour scheme of lush red and mysterious black.
Pardon us if you come across sounding ‘cheapo’, but we did notice an “Early Evening Dinner at L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon”, in which a 3-course dinner would be served at $78++ (Previously, the cost was $40++. Oh darn!) Still a value-for-money promotion, though the catch is that the meal was offered 5:30pm to 6:30pm. L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (Resorts World Sentosa)
1 Scotts Road, #02-16 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208 (Opposite HSBC Bank, Tanglin Branch)
Tel: +65 67332225
Opening Hours: Lunch 12.00pm (Last seating at 2.00pm), Dinner 7.00pm (Last seating at 9.30pm) Daily
Les Amis filled the void of fine-dining French restaurants in Singapore during the 1990s, and quickly became one of the most recognisable names in the industry. However, the group seemed to have shifted focus to their mid-tier restaurants such as Aoki, La Strada and Bistro Du Vin and casual dining concepts of Nam Nam and Pepperoni Pizza.
Chef de Cuisine Sebastien Lepinoy, who is protégé of Joël Robuchon, joined the restaurant in 2013. The Dinner Degustation Menu ($295) includes Oscietra Caviar from Kaviari with Cold Angel Hair and Sherry Vinegar, and Pan Seared Foie Gras and French River Eel accompanied by Cherry Fruits.
A more affordable Lunch Express ($65) which can be served within 45 min is available. Les Amis (Shaw Centre)
1 St. Andrew’s Road #01-04 National Gallery Museum Singapore, Singapore 178957 (City Hall MRT)
Tel: +65 6385 0498
Reservation Hours: 12pm – 1:45pm Lunch, 6pm – 9:45pm Dinner, Mon Dinner Only Closed Sun,
French Chef Julien Royer must be one of the brightest culinary young stars around, even on an international platform.
A 4-course menu for lunch is at $88++, 6-course $128++, while the 8-course tasting menu is priced $188++. Vegetarian option is available. (6 and 8 course lunch available on Saturdays at $148++ and $208++.)
For dinner, a 6-course is at $208++, 8-course $268++. (6 course dinners only available from Mondays to Thursdays.)
Some of Chef Julien’s signature favourites from JAAN have resurfaced at Odette, such as the 55’ Smoked Organic Egg, though not without modifications. His style has become more distinctive in Odette, with an interplay of textures, balanced subtlety, with use top quality ingredients to create pieces of culinary art. Odette (National Gallery Singapore)
Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Orchard Wing Level 35, 333 Orchard Road Singapore 238867
Tel: +65 6831 6262
Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 3pm, last order 2:30pm, Dinner 6pm – 10pm last order 9:45pm www.shisenhanten.com.sg
Akasaka Szechwan Restaurant, or Shisen Hanten as it is popularly known in Japan, was started in 1958 by the late Chen Kenmin who is regarded as Japan’s “Father of Szechwan Cuisine.”
Signature dishes emphasise the seven basic flavours that give Szechwan food that distinct boldness,
namely – sour, pungent, hot, sweet, bitter, aromatic, and salty. Ala carte and dim sum menus are available.
Raffles Place One Fullerton, #02-02B, 1 Fullerton Road Singapore
Tel: +65 6423 9939
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:300am – 3pm last order 2pm (Tues – Sat), Dinner 6:30pm – 11pm last order 9:30pm, Closed Mon
Japanese Shoukouwa achieved 2-stars in 4 months of operation. Is that a record?
The 8-seater sushi restaurant at is a venture between the founder of Hong Kong’s 3-star Michelin Sushi Shikon and the Emmanuel Stroobant restaurant group.
A Mio Lunch Menu ($180 per person) includes appetiser, nigiri sushi, miso soup, Japanese Omelette and dessert. For Omakase available during dinner, there are the Miyabi ($320) and Hana ($480) options. Shoukouwa (One Fullerton)
1 Michelin star: A very good restaurant in its category
Alma by Juan Amador
Goodwood Park Hotel 22 Scotts Road Singapore 228221
Tel: +65 6735 9937
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2:30pm (Wed-Fri), 6pm – 10:30pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun
The menu is divided into ‘Traditionnel’ and ‘Evolucion’ where you get more adventurous fusion dishes on the later.
Prices of the ‘Surprise Menu’ are not steep considering its accolades, location and setting – 4 courses ($68), 5 courses ($88) and 6 courses ($108). Alma by Juan Amador (Goodwood Park Hotel)
Mandarin Gallery, #04-16, 333A Orchard Road Singapore 238897 (Orchard MRT)
Tel: +65 6235 2285
Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 3:00pm Last seating 2pm, Dinner 7pm – 11pm Last seating 9pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun
“Japanese reinterpretation of authentic French cuisine with Chef’s Table Experience”.
3-Course Lunch at $58++, 6-Course Lunch Degustation at $128++, 7-Course Dinner Degustation at $238++.
331 New Bridge Road #01-03 Dorsett Residences Singapore 088764 (Outram Park MRT)
Tel: +65 8121 4107
Opening Hours: 12:00pm – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:00pm (Mon – Fri), 6pm – 10pm (Sat)
Candlenut led by Chef Malcolm Lee prides itself in serving inspired dishes with authentic flavours. Food served has a Peranakan base, but Western form of presentation and interpretation for some.
All their rempahs (spice pastes) though, are still made from scratched, cooked for long hours.
Dinner goes for a fixed price of $65 per head, while ala carte items are available for lunch and takeaways.
The Peranakan signature of all signature dish, the Buah Keluak ($28) is done in classic “Malcolm Lee” style. The ‘black gold’ fillings of the buah beluak (black nuts) are only extracted after they are soaked for a minimum of 5 days. Candlenut (New Bridge Road)
1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, EJH Corner House, Singapore 259569
(Drive in from Nassim Gate, Park at Carpark A or B)
Opening Hours: 12-2:30pm, 6:30-10:30pm (Tue-Sat), 11:30am-3pm, 6:30-10:30pm (Sun & PH), Closed Mon
The Gastro-Botanica cuisine created by Chef Jason Tan would a shoo-in for one of the best fine dining meals I had in Singapore. I won’t deny that there is this element of support for a young and talented Singaporean chef.
Located in the black-and-white bungalow EJH Corner House within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Chef Jason’s cuisine could be described as French with some twists inspired from food from his growing up years and travels. There was also inclusion of strong botanical elements – sustainably-sourced seasonal produce and vegetables, due to its unique location.
Lunch Discovery 5 courses at $98++, Menu Gastronomic $178++, Discovery Menu at $248++. Corner House (Botanic Gardens)
Crystal Jade Golden Palace
Paragon Shopping Centre, #05-22, 290 Orchard Road Singapore 238859
Tel: +65 6734 6866
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 3pm (Mon – Fri), 11am – 3:00pm (Sat), 10:30am – 3:00pm (Sun)
Dinner 6pmm – 10:30pm (Mon – Fri), 6pm – 10:30pm (Sat), 6pm – 10:30pm (Sun, PH)
One of Crystal Jade’s top tier restaurants, serving Cantonese and Teochew specialties. Set menus range from $48 to $178 per person
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Galleria Level, B1-71, 2 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018956
Tel: +65 6688 8517
Opening Hours: 6pm – 10pm (Sun – Thurs), 6pm – 11pm (Fri – Sat)
CUT by Wolfgang Puck offers the finest range of beef selections grilled over hard wood and charcoal, with choices of Australian Angus, Wagyu selections from across the USA, Australia and Japan, and true Japanese A5 Kobe Beef from Hyogo Prefecture.
Equarius Hotel, Resort World Sentosa
8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island (Harbourfront MRT)
Tel: +65 65776688
Opening Hours: Lunch: 12pm – 230pm, Dinner: 6pm – 1030pm, Sunday Lunch Special Menu 12pm – 3pm
Forest 森 at Equarius Hotel is known for its 8-course and 10-course Discovery Menu, and “theatre kitchen” where you can catch the chefs in action.
Local celebrity chef Sam Leong helming it needs little introduction, bringing contemporary Chinese fine dining to a distinctive arena – with Western and Thai influences. Forest (Resorts World Sentosa)
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles 大华猪肉粿条面
466 Crawford Lane, Tai Hwa Eating House #01-12 Singapore 190465 (Lavender MRT)
(Behind Immigration and Checkpoint Authority Building)
Tel: +65 6292 7477
Opening Hours: 9:30am – 9:00pm (Closed on 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month)
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles is commonly known as the best Teochew style Bak Chor Mee aka minced pork noodles in Singapore.
Here’s the ‘magic’: Al dente springy noodles tossed in a savoury vinegary sauce, filled with tender pork and liver slices, minced pork, dumplings, and a sprinkling of fried sole fish.
Each bowl is priced at $5 – $10. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles (Crawford Lane)
Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle 香港油雞飯麵
Blk 335, Smith Street #02-166, Chinatown Food Complex, Singapore 050335
Opening Hours: 10:30am to 7:00pm (Mon – Tues, Thurs – Fri), 8:30am to 7:00pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Wed
One of the 2 hawker stalls on this list. Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle sells Soya Sauce Chicken Rice, Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle, Roasted Pork Rice, Char Siew Rice, and Char Siew Noodles are unbelievable prices of $2 – $3. Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle (Chinatown Food Complex)
2 Stamford Road, Level 70, Equinox complex, Swissotel the Stamford, Singapore 178882 (City Hall MRT)
Tel: +65 9199 9008
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2pm (Lunch Mon-Sat), 7pm – 10pm (Dinner Daily except PH)
The word ‘Jaan’ is derived from the ancient Sanskrit word for ‘bowl’. With the departure of Chef Julian Royer, JAAN did have a void and big shoes to fill, but Chef Kirk Westaway managed to helm his own with a modern take on French cuisine.
Lunch 3 Course $78 (including coffee). 5 Course Menu $198 (Wine Pairing $130); 7 Course Menu $238 (Wine Pairing $190), Krug Dinner Pairing Artisanal Cuisine $498. Jaan (Swissotel the Stamford)
Chijmes #01-24, 30 Victoria Street Singapore 187996
Tel: +65 6339 3822
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm
Lei Garden serves dim sum and Cantonese style dishes.
Resorts World Sentosa #02-140/141, 8 Sentosa Gateway Singapore 098269
Tel +65 6577 6560
Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 2:30pm, Dinner 6pm – 10:30p
Led by Australian Celebrity Chef Scott Webster and local Chef de Cuisine Douglas Tay, the energy inside Osia Steak and Seafood Grill is quite infectious, with an open-kitchen where chefs present Western dishes using fresh Australian produce.
For steak lovers, I would recommend the Grainge Black Angus Beef Tenderloin with Red Wine Sauce – tender and well-executed.
127 Kitchener Road (Desker Road Conservation Area) Singapore 208514
Tel: +65 62956358
Opening Hours: Lunch: 11:30am – 3pm, last order 2:30pm; Dinner: 5:#0pm – 10:30pm, last order 10pm< www.putien.com
Putien has come a long way from its early days when it was still a zhi char style shop along its original location at Kitchener Road.
The Heng Hwa Bee Hoon ($8.90), Lor Mee ($8.90), Mee Sua ($8.90), Stir-fried Yam ($11.90), Bamboo Herbal Prawn ($5.90), and Sweet & Sour Pork with Lychees ($12.50) are some of my must-orders since the good old days.
Especially the Heng Hwa Bee Hoon, cooked in pork bones and old hens stock with simple ingredients like peanuts and clams, garnished with strips of seaweed and crunchy peanut.
Rhubard Le Restaurant
3 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089589
Tel: +65 81275001
Opening Hours: 12pm to 3pm, 7pm to 10.30pm (Mon to Fri); 7pm to 10.30pm (Sat), Closed Sun
This Duxton Hill restaurant is helmed by Chef Paul Longworth, who has built a positive reputation over at Au Petit Salut.
You may not find ‘rhubarb’ used extensively in the menu though, just over at one of the mains of Pigeon ($64) as a rhubarb and rose puree, and sorbet in their dessert, called well, Rhubarb& ($18). Rhubarb Le Restaurant (Duxton Hill)
Shinji by Kanesaka (Raffles Hotel)
Raffles Hotel #02-20 1 Beach Road (via Seah Street lobby) Singapore 189673. Branch at St Regis Singapore
Tel: +65 6338 6131
Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm (Lunch), 6pm -10.30pm (Dinner), Closed Sundays
Watching the skilled Japanese chefs at work feels like an art, orchestra, and performance at the same time.
Tucked away at the iconic Raffles Hotel, Shinji by Michelin-starred Chef Shinji Kanesaka is an Edo-style sushi restaurant, serving sashimi and sushi at the most superior quality at an intimate setting. Probably one of the best you can get outside Japan at this part of the world.
The Omakase Wa ($300) includes appetiser, assorted sashimi, assorted cooked dishes, sushi, soup and Japanese fruit while the upper tier is at $450. Shinji by Kanesaka (Raffles Hotel)
Shinji by Kanesaka (St Regis Hotel)
The St Regis Hotel Lobby Level, 29 Tanglin Road
Tel: +65 6884 8239
Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm (Lunch), 6pm -10.30pm (Dinner), Closed Sundays
$250 for Omakase lunch; $220/$300/$450 for Omakase dinner
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, Level 3, 7 Raffles Avenue Singapore 039799
Tel: +65 6434 5286
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 2:30pm (last order 2:15pm) Daily
Dinner 6:30pm – 10:30pm (last order 10:15pm) Daily
Reserve Online Now – Summer Pavilion
The experience of dining at Summer Pavilion is akin to “dining in a garden”. Executive Chinese Chef Cheung Siu Kong helms the kitchen and aims to excite palates with a repertoire of exquisite, contemporary Cantonese cuisine.
Highlights on the menu include the Double-Boiled Sea Whelk Soup with Fish Maw and Chicken served in a Whole Coconut ($48 per person); Braised Four-Head South African Abalone ($65 per person); Poached Rice with Lobster ($20 per person); and Braised Estuary Grouper with Dried Beancurd Skin (market price). Summer Pavilion (Ritz-Carlton, The Millenia Singapore)
Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, #01-04, 320 Orchard Road Singapore 238865
Tel: +65 6235 5514
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2:30pm, 6pm – 11pm (Tues – Sun)
Helmed by Executive Head Chef Masakazu Ishibashi, Tuna and Uni are the restaurant’s speciality. The restaurant procures wild-caught blue-fin tuna directly from Hicho, a tuna specialty store in Tokyo’s renowned Tsukiji market.
Lunch at $70, $120, $150, $170 and $240 for an Omakase meal. Dinner priced at $220, $290 and $390 per person.
Terra Tokyo Italian
54 Tras Street Singapore 078993
Tel: +65 6221 5159
Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 2pm (Mon – Fri), Dinner 6:30pm – 10pm (Mon – Sat)
Not to be confused with another rooftop restaurant with the same name, this Terra focuses on a Tokyo-Italian dining concept specialising in Italian cuisine influenced by the 4 seasons of Japan.
The Set Course goes for $98, while Terra’s recommended degustation menu will be Chef Seita Nakahara’s Omakase, priced at $128, $168 or $208.
Specialities include home-made Bottarga, cured in-house, using only fresh mullet roe, prized for its refined ocean-salty flavour; and Acqua Pazza (literally translated to Crazy Water), an Italian seafood soup with poached fish and other treasures of the sea.
The Kitchen at Bacchanalia
39 Hong Kong Street
Tel: +65 9179 4552
Chefs Ivan Brehm & Mark Ebbels were from the Michelin-starred The Fat Duck, combining taste, aesthetics in dining, using vegetables responsibly sourced from Cameron Highlights.
The Song of India
33 Scotts Road, Singapore 228226
Tel: +65 6836 0055
Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm Daily
Reserve Online Now – Song OF India
The Song of India has an interior which classically beautiful, with large framed drawings, big comfortable furniture, and golden curtains. Set menus (vegetarian and non-vegetarian) and buffets are available. The Song of India (Scotts Road)
The Shoppes Atrium 2, Marina Bay Sands #02-02 (via escalator opposite Artbox Level 2), 10 Bayfront Avenue Singapore.
Tel: +65 6688 8507
Opening Hours: 6:00pm and 8:30pm (Two seatings)
Opened by Celebrity Chef Tetsuya Wakuda, ‘Waku’ is to ‘spring forth’ and ‘ghin’ means silver which happens to be his favourite colour.
Waku Ghin at Marina Bay Sands can be considered Chef Tetsuya’s dream ‘playground’, a 10,000 square feet expensive space, meant to serve maximum of 25 customers at one time.
The 10-course degustation menu has very hefty price tag of $450++ per person, noting that most of the ingredients used – trout, lobster, wagyu, caviar, the expensive luxurious types. Waku Ghin (Marina Bay Sands)
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