If you’ve heard anything about Melbournian brunches and indulgent Aussie fare, you’ll know that our friends from the land down under really enjoy their food.
Which is why we’re crazy about these Australian restaurants in Singapore.
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Keep your eyes on the prize: you’re here for the Freakshakes, over-the-top milkshakes so iconic they’re trademarked. The food menu – think Freak Burger and Tropical Hotcakes – is equally extravagant.
#01-06 Raffles Holland Village, 118 Holland Ave, Singapore 278997
NEXT: Cheek By Jowl ?
This modern Aussie eatery boasts global influences that help create crave-worthy dishes like Rabbit Leg with Parsnip and Beach Herbs as well as Wild Venison with Fermented Plums and Wasabi.
21 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069620
NEXT: Whitegrass ?
In case you didn’t know, Whitegrass got the Michelin’s star of approval this year. Try the Butter Poached Quail Breast or Slow-Cooked Mangalica Pork Jowl at this gem’s beautiful digs.
#01-26/27 CHIJMES, 30 Victoria St, Singapore 187996
NEXT: Salted & Hung ?
Adventurous eaters will love the nose-to-tail dining concept as much as the bizarre (in a good way!) desserts here, particularly the Chocolate Salami with Salted Caramel Ice Cream.
12 Purvis St, Singapore 188591
NEXT: Wakanui Grill Dining ?
New Zealand meats and seafood combine with Japanese charcoal-grilling techniques at Wakanui. The eponymous Wakanui Spring Lamb is a must-try; finish with Hokey Pokey Ice Cream.
70 Boat Quay, Singapore 049858
NEXT: Flutes Restaurant Bar ?
Nestled in the peaceful compounds of Singapore’s oldest museum and lined with tall, arched windows, this romantic restaurant has brilliant contemporary Australian fare to match – go for the Pan Seared Foie Gras as well as the Seared Venison Loin, and finish with the Queen’s Chocolate Perfection Pie.
National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897
NEXT: Patissez ?
By Joshua Tan and Pinky Chng, last updated August 2017
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