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Where to eat in Singapore - Osteria Mozza

Osteria Mozza

Partly owned by US celebrity chef Mario Batali, Osteria Mozza serves up delicious Italian-American fare – accompanied by Batali’s choice of rock music – in a buzzing atmosphere. Make sure you reserve a table as there’s always a queue. On Sundays, there’s now a brunch that apart from serving Italian mains, focuses on baked goods made from recipes influenced by co-owner Nancy Silverton of the renowned Californian La Brea Bakery.

Insider Tip: The Italian sparkling wine Franciacorta from the Lombardy region is a tasty aperitif alternative to Champagne or Prosecco.

Where to eat in Singapore - Equinox Restaurant

Equinox Restaurant

For a fantastic view of the city, head up to Equinox Restaurant on the 70th floor of the Swissotel The Stamford hotel. From these lofty heights, the floor-to-ceiling windows offer a dazzling vista of the Marina Bay and Singapore river. Under the direction of renowned British chef Lee Bennett, previously of La Pont de La Tour in London, the restaurant serves a mix of Asian and international cuisine.

Insider Tip: On the last Sunday of every month, Equinox hosts a pink champagne buffet lunch featuring rose champagne and the theme tune of the Pink Panther playing in the lift. Join in the fun by turning up in something pink too.

Where to eat in Singapore - Waku Ghin

Waku Ghin

Ranked number 11 on the inaugural Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list by Restaurant magazine, Waku Ghin is owned by celebrity chef Tetsuya Wakuda and seats just 25, making it truly exclusive. Sit at one of the private teppanyaki counters with your own chef for an experience that’s part theatre, part cookery lesson. Signature dishes include Botan shrimp with sea urchin and caviar and Wagyu roll with wasabi and citrus soy – all perfectly matched with wine if you wish.

Insider Tip: The restaurant has just starting serving food in the bar along with its award-winning cocktails.

Where to eat in Singapore - Esquina


Top-notch tapas is not just available in Spain but in Singapore too, at Esquina. Headed by Gordon Ramsay-protege Jason Atherton, who also runs the acclaimed Pollen Street Social in London, it’s a narrow corridor of a room with just counter seats. The fantastic food includes Spanish Breakfast (slow-cooked egg, bravas sauce, potato and crispy iberico), slow roasted ox cheek and ham croquettes. There’s also a good selection of sherries and Spanish wines for a full authentic experience.

Insider Tip: There’s a no-reservations policy so if you can’t be there at 5.30pm before it opens for dinner, come at 9pm when the crowd thins out.

Where to eat in Singapore - Jiang-Nan Chun

Jiang-Nan Chun

Housed in the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Singapore near shopping mecca Orchard Road, Jiang-Nan Chun sets the standard for fine Cantonese cuisine. Hong Kong-born chef Alan Chan is the maestro behind dishes like simmered sea perch with beancurd skin and wolfberries in carrot broth, wok-fried lobster with Spanish chorizo, minced pork and eggplant, as well as exquisite dim sum. Besides the attractive, Art Deco-inspired main dining room, there are three private rooms seating six, 10 and 12 people respectively.

Insider Tip: Feast on unlimited servings of the restaurant’s 100 most popular dishes, including dim sum, at the weekend brunch. Reservations

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