Fine dining made fun with lesser rules. Critically acclaimed and highly celebrated chefs Richard Van Oostenbrugge and Thomas Groot opened Table65, their first restaurant outside of Netherlands. Redefining modern European cuisine, chef Oostenbrugge and Groot explores the true essence of ingredients and flavours. Presenting to you a 'no pretense' and fine-casual dining restaurant, the chefs' creative take gives visual projections on your dining plate that invokes all your senses. Be sure to not miss out on the restaurant's widely instagrammed apple dessert!
A true definition of great food meets art. Be dazzled by artistry on a plate by top international chefs from acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurants. Resident Chef Benjamin Halat’s selection of exquisite menu will treat diner to a mouth-watering experience. Indulge in inventive modern European creations that push culinary boundaries. Savour the nation's Best Dining Experience, awarded by the 2018 Singapore Tourism Awards.
At Tangerine, Thai chef Ian Kittichai aims to “cook healthy dishes that do not lack in flavour, presentation and satisfaction.” Its healthy food comes from the menu’s farm-to-table concept where ingredients are freshly sourced from farms in Singapore and Malaysia.
With dishes made from whole grains, fresh fruits, vegetables, sustainable seafood, premium free-range poultry and a whole array of spices, Tangerine is the place for nutritious and delicious food.
Offering some of the best western cuisine in Singapore, Osia Steak and Seafood Grill offers premium meats and seafood selection where it is grilled to culinary perfection in a stone hearth oven.
Featuring a Modern Australian menu curated by celebrity chef Scott Webster, the 1 Michelin starred restaurant sources their meats directly from boutique farms in Australia, ensuring only prime ingredients are used. From Wagyu Beef to Tiger King Prawns, its eclectic menu will satisfy even the most diverse palate!
Helmed by celebrity chef Hal Yamashita, Syun is the chef’s first venture outside of Japan. The contemporary Japanese restaurant offers unique food options where everyday ingredients are mixed together with rare ingredients to complement each other and bring out distinct flavours.
Try its five- or eight-course dinner menus, where you can relish in dishes such as sea urchin rolled in Ohmi beef topped with caviar or indulge in Yamashita’s exclusive sake, brewed from Japanese rice and mineral water from Mount Rokko in Kobe.