Most Expensive Restaurants to Dine in Style in Singapore



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Here in Singapore, we take our food seriously. We enjoy dining out, and every event or celebration has to involve food. Fortunately, the dining experiences and the good food available in Singapore can satisfy even the most demanding palettes. 

Top restaurants in Singapore

Singapore is a melting pot of people from different backgrounds and cultures, who bring their food and their culture here. So there are always new things to try. This article outlines some of the most popular and most expensive restaurants where you can visit for a special occasion or just treat you and your loved one. Do note that you will need to make a reservation to get in and get your credit cards ready.

Waku Ghin

Finding nice Japanese food in Singapore should not be a difficult task. Thanks to Waku Ghin, which offers a degustation menu with ten courses. And whether from

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Meet Andre Chiang, the celebrity chef who gave up his Michelin stars in Singapore and moved back to Taiwan to train the next generation of chefs

Chef Andre Chiang laughing in the kitchen of his Singapore restaurant

Chiang in the kitchen of Restaurant Andre. Courtesy Netflix

  • André Chiang is the only Chinese-born chef listed in the World’s Best 50 Restaurants.

  • His Netflix film, “André and His Olive Tree,” is the top-grossing documentary in Taiwan for 2021.

  • He’s now devoting himself to shaping the next generation of young chefs in Taiwan.

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At Restaurant André in Singapore, nothing was left to chance, and nothing was out of place.

The menus were hardback novels inscribed with Chef Chiang’s sketches. Chairs were placed at a perfect 45-degree angle to the table. Dishes were presented in line with Chiang’s trademark Octaphilosophy and represented his chosen eight elements of food: texture, memory, pure, terroir, unique, salt, south, and artisan. Food lovers from as far away as Germany and Brazil would fly to Singapore for a taste of Restaurant André’s S$450 ($333) degustation menu.

In the

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How Singapore street food got recognized as a UNESCO treasure

Some civilizations chronicle their pasts with art or books. Others pass on history orally through folklore. In Singapore, the tale of how a humble fishing village in Southeast Asia evolved into a buzzing modern metropolis often comes in spoonfuls of peppery pork rib soup or bites of fried egg noodles at its hawker centers.

Across the city-state, the ubiquitous open-air food complexes are packed with closet-sized stalls, manned by hawkers—businesspeople who both cook and sell fare from Hainanese-style chicken to Peranakan laksa (lemongrass-coconut noodles). For visitors, hawker centers might just seem like jumbo food courts: Follow your nose or the longest line, then pay a few Singapore dollars for a trayful of chow to enjoy at a shared table.

For Singaporeans, hawker culture is about more than just a good meal. These food centers are beloved institutions exemplifying the country’s melting-pot culture, places where people of Chinese, Indian, and Malay

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Keyaki Restaurant in Singapore Transports Guests to Kyoto, Japan

With travelling out of the picture right now, many of us are looking for unique ways to quench our wanderlust. Make your way to Keyaki Garden Pavilion located in Pan Pacific Singapore to get a little slice of Kyoto, Japan – all without having to leave the little red dot. 

The private dining space overlooks a tranquil Japanese garden with a koi pond and a flowing stream to boot. It has a maximum seating capacity of 60. 

Scenery that will transport you to Kyoto

There, you can enjoy a sumptuous repast while revelling in the refreshing scenery. Pay attention to how the garden reflects harmony with nature and get a sense of the palpable serenity. Plus, feast your eyes upon the intertwining koi pond. It is a recurring feature in many gardens in Japan and the presence of it at Keyaki Garden Pavilion certainly adds on to the allure of

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