Last updated on February 13th, 2023 at 01:14 pm
The remarkable eating scene in Singapore is characterized by a sense of vitality, diversity, elegance, and sustainability. The vibrant city-state has flourished into a premium dining destination, and as a result, the process of planning business meetings can be somewhat overwhelming. The city-state has more than 40 restaurants that have been awarded the Michelin star, in addition to many other restaurants that have been acclaimed.
In an effort to make the research phase more manageable, we have compiled a list of eateries in Singapore that are ideal for conducting business or commemorating achievements.
Kuriya, which literally translates as “aristocratic kitchen” in Japanese, fuses both ancient and contemporary methods of cooking while employing materials that are constantly air-flown in from Osaka. The extensive menu features a wide variety of dishes, including platters of sashimi and sushi, teishoku set meals, and omakase, all of which are designed to satisfy the appetites of hungry businesspeople.
Order one of their set Lunches, such as the Sashimi Gozen (which costs $56.80), the Chirashi Sushi Gozen (which costs $58.80), or the Tokusen Sushi & Sashimi Gozen (which costs $78.80), in order to satiate your demands for sushi and sashimi.
Latteria Mozzarella Bar
At Latteria Mozzarella Bar, you may get a taste of Southern Italy thanks to the restaurant’s freshly made Italian cheeses, especially the mozzarella and burrata kinds, which are prepared in a variety of mouthwatering ways. The menu also features typical Italian meals like all-time favorite spaghetti alla carbonara; penne al pesto; buffalo mozzarella salad; and tiramisu.
The a la carte menu is the best choice for guests who want to sample a variety of the restaurant’s cheeses, such as the deep-fried buffalo-milk mozzarella served with arrabbiata sauce or the cow-milk mozzarella served with smoked salmon, zucchini, basil pesto, and salmon roe.
The cozy restaurant is housed in a historic shophouse, and it features an outside terrace with seating that offers a picture-perfect atmosphere for gatherings.
Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine
This Peking duck expert that has won several awards offers an extensive menu of modern Cantonese delights that are complemented by outstanding service and stunning decor. The Great World shop is the only location with a private Tasting Room, making it ideal for large parties interested in trying out the Tasting Set, which can be purchased for $128++ per person (by appointment only).
Dishes such as the Braised Whole Hokkaido Sea Cucumber Stuffed with Minced Pork, New Zealand Organic Soft Boiled Egg with Caviar, and Pan-fried Iberico Pork with Black Pepper are just a few examples of the exquisitely presented fare on the six-course tasting menu.
Gattopardo Ristorante di Mare
The phrase “sustainable seafood with the warmth of Italian souls” best describes the cuisine served at Gattopardo Ristorante di Mare. The restaurant has discontinued its à la carte menu in order to uphold its commitment to a route that is more environmentally friendly. Instead, it serves executive set lunch, degustation, and omakase meals that make use of natural cuisine, Sicilian vegetables, and environmentally friendly seafood.
Every two weeks, the degustation menu at Gattopardo, which is housed in a shophouse built before the war and is located in the lively Tanjong Pagar neighborhood, is updated. It has items like as seafood that has been salt-baked, arancini, Sicilian red prawns, and grilled Hokkaido scallops served with cauliflower cream and smoked caviar, among other delicacies.
Spago by Wolfgang Puck
Spago is a restaurant with a seasonal menu that features dishes influenced by modern Asian cuisine. It is located in the famous Sands SkyPark and has a breathtaking view of the infinity pool at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Executive Chef Greg Bess is in charge of the kitchen. The rooftop restaurant has recently expanded its three-course Prix Fixe lunch menu (priced at $59++ per pax) to offer customers a wider repertoire of its renowned cuisine.
This includes Roman cassoulet of “Trippa ala Romana,” an age-old recipe consisting of tangy tomato braised tripe, burrata, mint, and fragrant grilled baguette; tender Honey Miso Broiled Black Cod (priced at an additional $22++).