Explore the many layers of Singapore’s multiverse of culture — on your plate. This world-renowned cosmopolitan is a unique flavour experience that lets you visit different parts of the world and times in history just by visiting different places to eat in Singapore.
Then, rest, recover and wake up for the next delectable course that awaits. Pick one of SOTC’s Singapore tour packages and book your journey for a culinary adventure.
Take a bite out of the Lion City’s most authentic cuisine with classics like chicken rice, from street vendors, Uncle Chicken Rice or the more established Maxwell. Char Kway Teow or flat noodles is another local staple which you should try at Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee or could at Hill Street Fried Kway Teow. Kaya Toast will be hard to miss, as it can be enjoyed any time of the day. Think of it as the Singaporean french toast. Tong Ah Eating House and Chin Mee Chin Confectionery are favourites to visit for this dish.
If you’re wondering where to eat in Singapore that’s a bit more-fine dining, you’re in for a treat. An exclusive ten-course fusion menu awaits at Waku Ghin, prepared by renowned chef Tetsuya Wakuda in modern Japanese-European style. Odette is a modern French classic that’s been awarded two Michelin stars. Whitegrass is Australian fine-dining, using only the freshest produce.
Reservations would have to be made in advance, so do plan accordingly.
There are many places to eat in Singapore serving ethnic delicacies, that you can discover on your visits to the various enclaves. Blue Ginger in Chinatown is an acclaimed Peranakan restaurant, Lagnaa Barefoot Dining in Little India is a spice infused treat for the senses, No Signboard Seafood is the once-hidden-gem that’s now become a chain!
All of this could easily be just your first course in Singapore cuisine. You can have amazing Malaysian at the institution that is Zam Zam, grab multiple little bites at Chinatown’s famous Maxwell Food Centre, go upscale for some fresh Thai at Tamarind Hill. It’s not just your lunches and dinners that are covered.
There are other options as to what to eat in Singapore at other joints like cafes, bars and pubs. Have your kopi at any of the coffee shops from Nylon Coffee Roasters to Chye Seng Huat Hardware. Try a craft beer at the Alchemist Beer Lab or Smith Street Taps and end the night at a top-notch bar like Atlas, Manhattan or Employees Only, where you can enjoy delicious bar nibbles to go with cocktails just as tasty.