Hungary? Czech these out.
These restaurants will bring you to France, Spain, Italy and more.
Hearty French creations are made with old-school techniques (e.g., no preservatives). But its impeccable sweet treats are what earned Mad About Sucre its Best Patisserie award from Singapore Tatler.
27 Teo Hong Rd, Singapore 088334
NEXT: Le Bistrot du Sommelier
Chope’s “Chef of the Year” nominee Brandon Foo impresses with a Rillette Bar where you can savour extensive charcuterie bites.
53 Armenian St, Singapore 179940
NEXT: Saint Pierre
First dates won’t go wrong at this fine-dining “Most Romantic” contender. And vegetarians will feel the love thanks to its Nature menu.
#02-02B One Fullterton, 1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
NEXT: Brasserie Gavroche
Step into vintage Paris and let Chef Frédéric Colin woo you with his grandfather’s best recipes.
66 Tras St, Singapore 079005
NEXT: Blu Kouzina
Greek cuisine and the Lion City’s colonial architecture come together at Blu Kouzina, which brings diners classics made of the freshest ingredients, such as mezedes (small plates with tzatziki sauce), grilled lamb chops and baklava for dessert.
#01-21, 10 Dempsey Rd, Singapore 247700
NEXT: Alati Divine Greek Cuisine
Authenticity is this place’s strong suit. Even breads and sauces are made using traditional methods. Expect seafood flown in overnight from Greece.
73 Amoy St, Singapore 069892
NEXT: Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro
If you think the best place to find Swedish food in Singapore is IKEA, think again. Must-tries at Fika include the all-beef Swedish Meatballs, Korvstroganoff (sausage stroganoff) and desserts like the Lingonberry Cheesecake and Swedish Pancakes. Bonus: The eatery is halal certified.
257 Beach Rd, Singapore 199539
This modern tapas spot is led by Executive Chef Carlos Montobbio. Some authentic tapas are best left classic, like the Esquina’s Spanish Omelette, while others like the Pigeon with Forest Berries Escabeche bear testament to Chef Carlos’ culinary creativity.
16 Jiak Chuan Rd, Singapore 089267
FOC serves up unique dishes like Grilled Scallops with Soy Caviar and Watermelon Gazpacho.
40 Hong Kong St, Singapore 059679
Try the oh-so-addictive Bacalhau a Braz (salted codfish fritters) or Chouriço Em Chamas (flamed chorizo) at Singapore’s first Portuguese eatery. Yum!
6 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089820
With a stellar menu of dishes like Cold Angel Hair Pasta, Oscietra Caviar, Braised Pork Cheek Grand-Mère and more, make sure you add Gunther’s to your list of restaurants to visit!
#01-03, 36 Purvis St, Singapore 188613
NEXT: The Cliff
Diners can enjoy modern Italian fare with stunning views of the sea.
2 Bukit Manis Rd, Singapore 099891
What’s more beautiful: the food, or the restaurant? Tuck into Tagliolini with Scampi and Avruga Caviar, Scallops Crudo with Truffle and Smoked Quail Eggs and more at this fine dining gem in the heart of the city.
#05-03 National Gallery Singapore, 1 Saint Andrews Rd, Singapore 178957
This 1 Michelin Star awardee marries Japanese ingredients with Italian flavours. Whether you decide on surf or turf, you’re in for a treat.
54 Tras St, Singapore 078993
Mangia, then mangia some more! You can try endless varieties of Italian dishes at this restaurant.
Regent Hotel, 1 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249715
Austrian cuisine hops on the tapas bandwagon with small plates such as Austrian Apricot Dumplings.
96 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088517
NEXT: The White Rabbit
Housed in a romantic chapel with a lovely garden veranda, this restaurant is perfect for date night, with dishes like Lobster Bisque, Roasted Black Truffle Chicken and more that will defo impress your partner.
39C Harding Rd, Singapore 249541
This restaurant uses fresh, organic, and sustainable produce all while doling out sophisticated flavours from coastal Spain, Southern France, Italy, and Greece. Might we add: on the 40th floor of a CBD building with sweeping views of the cityscape.
#40-01 CapitaGreen, 138 Market St, Singapore 048946
NEXT: Maggie Joan’s
Mediterranean-inspired dishes take the form of Inka Roasted Fennel, Crispy Pork Belly with Turnips and Chorizo, and more. A relatively underground gem, the fact that it was nominated “Restaurant of the Year” is all the more a big, firm nod to Maggie Joan’s culinary delights.
#01-01, 110 Amoy St, Singapore 069930
NEXT: Pizza Express
Headquartered in London, its Singapore outpost is its 576th restaurant in the world. Their recipe for success? The mouth-watering array of handmade pizzas, fresh salads and pastas.
#B1-08/09 Scotts Square, 6 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228209
NEXT: Mad About Sucre
By Joshua Tan and Pinky Chng, The Finder / Updated by Melodi Ghui, June 2019
Like this? Read more food stories here.