There are a lot of great places to eat in Singapore. From small hole-in-the-wall restaurants, fast-food chains, to well-known restaurant franchises, you have a lot of variety when it comes to food.
If you’re the type who wants to try something different without breaking the bank, you should venture into budget-friendly Michelin-Starred restaurants in Singapore.
Those who eat at The Kitchen at Bacchanalia don’t forget the experience thanks to the innovative dishes on the menu.
Under German-Brazilian chef Ivan Brehm, who has worked in other Michelin-starred establishments like the Fat Duck and Per Se, customers are in good hands.
The dishes come in odd combinations but they always manage to surprise guests with its delicious flavors.
It may be scary to hear the word “fine dining” when on a budget, but Beni serves up great food at a reasonable price. The establishment serves a fusion of French cuisine and Japanese produce.
The use of different ingredients create different textures, tastes, and the like. The restaurant’s chef de cuisine, Kenji Yamanaka, takes pride in his intimate and foodgasmic meal courses.
A perfect ambiance rounds out the perfect meal. Corner House is a restaurant that serves gastro-botanica dishes centered on vegetables.
It matches perfectly with the surroundings as the restaurant is located in the UNESCO World-Heritage listed Botanic Gardens.
The Crystal Jade Golden Palace is situated in the heart of Singapore’s busiest shopping district. The Cantonese dishes are upgraded with modern flavors to tickle the palate.
They have won numerous awards, as well as a Michelin star, thanks to their delicious dimsum.
Great food doesn’t need to come from a fancy restaurant, that’s what hawker stalls like Liao Fan prove. It is another Singaporean stall to receive a Michelin star thanks to their delicious roasted pork rice.
It also sells out of another signature dish known as char siu atop rice and noodles. The owner, Chan Hon Meng, is still the one who serves the food at the stall.
Getting quality sushi isn’t only reserved for very high-end restaurants. The Tokyo-based branch of Ginza Sushi, Sushi Ichi, serves the raw Edomae style sushi the traditional way.
It only has 24-seats and a sophisticated zen-like design that harmonizes well with the food that is served. Be open to trying out new things as they have many varieties of sushi to choose from.
Singapore is a hot pot of different cultures, so it’s no surprise the food variety is wide and many. The Song of India is a Michelin-starred establishment perfect for those who are trying out Indian cuisine for the first time.
It is the only Indian restaurant to make the Michelin list thanks to their modern take on traditional spiced dishes.
Xiao Long Bao, a meat filled soup dumpling, is a constant favorite amongst Singaporeans. There are many restaurants in the city that already make their own version of the soup dumpling.
However, executive chef Cheung Siu Kong, brought new life to his version the xiao long bao by using lobster, crab-meat, and lobster brother. It is definitely a luxurious treat!
This modern Australian restaurant doesn’t have the typical burgers on their menu. Chef-owner Sam Aisbett was trained in Japan and likes to use seasonal native ingredients to create delectable dishes.
You can book a table ahead of time as there are many people who flock to this restaurant.
This is the very first hawker stall to receive a Michelin star in Singapore. In fact, people used to line up for an hour just to get a meal way before they were given the Michelin star.
It has been in business since 1932 and has moved from its original location since. However, its popularity is still the same from many years ago.
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