Singapore is definitely a haven of local and international cuisines that every self-respecting foodie should experience; precisely the reason why many food-obsessed travellers go to Singapore to sample the wide selection of mouth-watering cuisines. 

Often featured in travel blogs and travel magazines, the country’s fusion dishes will satiate your taste buds. Conde Nast Traveller wouldn’t include Singapore in their list of The Best Food Cities in the World for nothing.

A piece of travel advice for tourists and foodies who are vacationing or on a holiday in Singapore, come up with a great list before you go on a much-deserved food trip to the country’s best dining places. Below is a short, go-to travel guide and list to a few of the best places to visit and dine in Singapore.

CUT by Wolfgang Puck

The award-winning steakhouse of excellent chef and restaurateur, Wolfgang Puck, has its third location in Singapore. Every red meat lover should have a taste of its heavenly steak and try one of their hand-crafted cocktails.

L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon

You’ve probably stumbled across this restaurant in some local or even international food and travel advice magazines, and understandably so. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon takes your culinary experience up a notch with its French delicacies, which are crafted by no other than the world’s most awarded chef, Joel Robuchon. Indulge in French classics with a modern twist. The Degustation menu is highly recommended.

Maxwell Road Hawker Centre Restaurant

If fine dining restaurants are burning a hole in your pocket, head to Maxwell Road Hawker Centre in Chinatown to sample some of the best Singaporean street food. After a day of sightseeing or shopping, go to this restaurant for a quick bite. More than 100 stalls offer healthy and scrumptious street food like egg noodles and dumplings.


Craving for some fresh and flavourful Italian dishes? Head to Etna , which is located on Duxton Road, if you want a taste of authentic Italian cuisine in Singapore. Their extensive menu of delicacies are produced from the finest and freshest Sicilian ingredients. Plus, you’ll recognise and experience the warm Italian hospitality in every table.


The most authentic Japanese sushi can be found in Shinji. Give your taste buds the indulgence it deserves by sampling some of their fresh sushis straight from their sushi counter.


So, it’s brunch time and you’re tired of the usual menu on your table. Check out Artichoke for some delicious Mediterranean dishes. Try Ful, a comfort dish that consists of pickles, eggs, sesame, and fava bean stew, and served with pita.

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