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Top 3 Fine Dining Restaurants in Singapore

One simply cannot visit or live in Singapore and not at least experience one of the reasons it is so famous for … the food! And what better way than to go all out with the best of the best. I’m talking about the top restaurants in the country. And if you’re thinking that this food trip is going to burn a hole into your pockets, that’s where you’re wrong. There are a lot of ways to pay less for a high class meal. Discount cards can go a long way if you know where to find it. Use them enough, and who knows, you might even get enough points to earn loyalty rewards that can take you to a trip overseas or a luxurious pampering of the senses!

One way to avail of these discounts is to purchase the EAT SHOP PLAY book set. With more than 500 pages in this book, you will find a wide array of coupons, vouchers and loyalty deals inside, and will definitely get more than your end of the bargain. Purchasing an Eat Shop Play copy gives you a chance to choose between more restaurants than you can think of.

Getting on with our gastronomic top picks, it’s difficult to select just a few when there is such a diverse variety all over the country. But, according to plenty of researches done online, through word-of-mouth and by recommendations from friends, visiting tourists and the locals themselves, here are the 3 favourite fine dining restaurants in Singapore in no particular order:

  1. The Equinox Restaurant at Swissôtel The Stamford

Overlooking the city with its full height glass windows, the Equinox is one of those few versatile places where you can either celebrate an anniversary, take a client out on a lunch meeting, or just hang out with your friends. The rates are pricey but definitely worth it.


  1. Restaurant Andre at Chinatown

It’s no wonder that this restaurant is often found at the top lists of fine dining food havens. Andre Chiang, owner of Restaurant Andre, is a former chef at Swissôtel. For the first timer still testing it out, try the lunch menu. It’s less expensive than the dinner. I hear the dinner is more ambitious though.


  1. Gunthers at 36 Purvis St.

The location is interesting, set in between a mixture of traditional and modern restaurants. With only a few tables, Gunther’s promises to be both intimate and private, for those of you searching for a romantic place to take a date. Try their signature dish, caviar. Reservations are recommended.

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***image taken from: Swissotel