Heading to Singapore soon? Looking for places to eat? Don’t worry, I got you covered. Today I’m going to share my top 10 places to eat in Singapore! Looking for more than food, check out my Mega Guide to Singapore linked down below. Happy eating!
1. Kaya Toast- One of Singapore’s most iconic foods, kaya toast stores can be found all around the city making for an easy, inexpensive and delicious breakfast before a day out on the town.
Address: All around the city
Kaya toast and kopi.
Kaya toast and a soft boiled egg.
2. P.S. Cafe- One of our go-to brunch spots, PS Cafe has a huge variety of western and Asian brunch and dinner options. A few of my favorites are the king prawn spaghetti, the turkey cranberry sandwich and their famous truffle fries (a huge plate, so make sure to share!). While they have a few locations around the country, the one at Palais Renaissance has the most chill and down-to-earth atmosphere.
Address: 390 Orchard Road, Palais Renaissance, Singapore 238871
Club sandwich with PS fries and a turkey, cranberry sandwich with truffle fries.
3. Crystal Jade Palace- There’s lot’s of options for dim sum all over, but one of my favorites is Crystal Jade Palace for Sunday lunch. The food is super flavorful and authentic with a huge variety of dishes. Some favorites are the stir fried carrot cake with XO sauce, Teochew dumplings and deep fried yam puffs.
Address: 391 Orchard Road, #04-19, Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Singapore, Singapore 238872
An assortment of dim sum for lunch (half eaten because we were so hungry we forgot to take a picture, haha!).
Siew mai, stir-fried green beans, wanton noodle soup and pan fried carrot cake with XO sauce.
4. Dallas Restaurants & Bar- I found this place when I was out with some friends last month, and it’s my new favorite bar. The drinks are $14 during regular hours, and $12 during happy hour (and they’re generous servings). To top it off, the bar has a beautiful view of the business district (located at the Marina Bar Sands along the water), and the lights of the city are beautiful at night.
Address:2 Bayfront Ave, #01-85, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Pricing: $ (as far as drinks go)
Singapore sling and a Margarita.
The beautiful view from the bar.
5. db Bistro- We’ve been to this restaurant at the Marina Bay Sands twice now, and it was amazing both times. The cured tuna sandwich and the moules frites were some of our favorites. It’s on the pricier side, but generous servings and perfect for a nicer lunch or dinner out.
Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-48, Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Kale caesar salad, cured tuna sandwich, and moules frites.
6. Coffee Academics- Another favorite brunch spot, right in downtown Orchard. It’s a huge space with lots of different tables and seating, so it works for groups of any size. Some of my favorites are the acai bowl and the mac&cheese. The coffee is super good as well!
Address: Scotts Square, #02-01/02, Scotts Square,, 6 Scotts Road, Singapore 228209
Acai bowl, flatbread margherita pizza and cold brew coffee.
Yoghurt parfait with granola and fresh berries.
7. Wine Connection- A family favorite for dinner. Their variety of cheeses and wine is incredible, and they’re all amazing. We love doing cheese board so we get to choose the cheeses and meats we want. The salad and tartines are also so good. Some of our favorites are the comte cheese, the cheese and mushroom and pan con tomate tartines and all the salads.
Address: 11 Unity Street, #01-19/20 , Robertson Walk, Singapore 237995
Pricing: $$ (without wine), $$$ (with wine)
Platter with three cheese and two meats.
Smoked duck and portobello salad.
8. Imperial Treasure Steamboat- This place has quickly become one of our favorites, a place we bring all our guests and visitors too. The soup is a pork bone base, and adding all of the meat, dumplings and veggies makes it delicious. But the best part is the tray of 16 different condiments (including chili, garlic, spring onions, sesame sauce, peanut sauce and so much more) to make the dipping sauce.
Address: 2 Orchard Turn, #04-09/10 Ion Orchard, Singapore 238801
Pork bone soup in the pot with dumplings, veggies and other yummies.
All the condiments for the sauce.
9. Ka Soh- This place in the business district of Singapore is known for it’s fish bee hoon (I personally am not a huge fan), but all of their other food is just as worthy of being known. There’s nothing fancy about it, just hearty, down-to-earth Singapore food with Taiwanese influence. The stir-fried kway teow was SO good, we’ve been back a few times already and love it every time. There are a few funky bars on the same road, and it’s just a 10 minute walk from Clarke Quay so it’s perfect for a night out.
Address: 96 Amoy St, Singapore 069916
Stir-fried kway teow, sambal kang kong and pickles.
10. Lantern- This is definitely not a place I would go all the time (on the pricey side), but for sure on special occasions. The restaurant/bar surrounds a pool and overlooks the Marina Bay Sands, sitting right on the water side. The drinks and the food are both amazing, but pairing that with the beautiful view just puts it over the top.
Address: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Pricing: $$ (food), $$$ (drinks)
Lobster roll and fries
Stunning view of the city in the evening from the restaurant/bar at the Fullerton hotel.
‘Mega Guide to Singapore’ Post: https://swimeatlove.com/2017/11/16/top-10-things-to-do-in-singapore/