When I think of Singapore I think of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby and their road movies, not Wolfgang Puck.
The following is a list of great restaurants in Singapore, based on reviews.
Described as “The best food I ever ate” Keyaki – Japanese cuisine is a remarkable dining experience. Highly recommended is the 10 course fixed menu that begins with the amuse bouse which I think translates to “little bite”. One of the best Japanese restaurants in Singapore, located on the fourth floor at the Pan Pacific hotel amid a Japanese garden and stone koi pond, Keyaki is a perfect place to relax for a business lunch or casual dinner.
Wolfgang Puck has done it again, with Cut-Steakhouse. This globe-trotting master chef is unmatched in his ability to bring great food, and great locations together. I recommend the Kobe steak with mushrooms, and Baked Alaska for dessert. Located in the beautiful Marina Bay Sands, Singapore is the third location for Cut-Steakhouse. Cut offers a warm, comfortable atmosphere and was designed by Tony Chi to compliment the menu. Cut also features a private dining room, and an extensive wine selection that goes from the floor to ceiling.
Looking the finest Italian restaurants in Singapore? It has to be L’Angolo Ristorante. Superb lasagna and homemade spaghetti are just some or the scrumptious offerings here. If you want a twist on traditional thanksgiving, try the duck ragout pasta or pumpkin ravioli. Executive Chef Giuliano Dacasto began cooking at the tender age of nine, there are no better teachers than Italian grandmothers, and this is where he learned to cook his first family meal. After developing his knife skills at several two- and three-star restaurants, he paved his way to L’Angolo, where he is executive chef and he will also head the soon to open Zaffiro. Maitre d’ Michele Carbotti began his restaurant career at age 13. He worked as assistant manager and sommelier in Dubai as well as the Philippines, before coming to L’Angolo.
Fancy some chocolate? You might want to sample a few at the Chocolaterie. You will find a variety of sweet desserts to fulfil your sinful palate. Their best sellers are the salted caramel truffles and dipped macaroons. Of course if you are looking for more than just desserts, you should try their crabmeat soup and another favorite is the cheeseburger. Owned by the Les Amis group, Canele has five locations in Singapore including two on Orchard road. This is the perfect place to visit for any occasion.
Singapore restaurants consist of a wide variety of international cuisine, with over 1750 restaurants you are sure to find one to expand your palate.