Money no object, ruthlessly looking to wow someone? Here are some exquisite, world-renowned options available to you. Here some of the most impressive places to experience Singapore Food.
Upon entry, Sichuan Dou Hua (UOB Plaza, 80 Raffles Place) is instantly impressive – situated on the top floor of the UOB Plaza building. Sichuan Dou Hua offers authentic Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine, combining the sizzling hot Sichuan chillies and the sweet Cantonese a mix that can’t go wrong. An unforgettable one here is also a Tea Master who combines martial arts, dance and gymnastics with the traditional art of tea-pouring.
Iggy’s (1 Cuscaden Road) is a well-established much sought-after restaurant that offers a fresh menu mixing European dishes with Japanese ingredients. The 13 counter seats are high in demand so make sure to book in advance to dine elbow-to-elbow with Asia’s famous faces and top tycoons who chat with head chef Sufian Zain while he works on their dishes.
Recently placed on the New York Times’ list of the top ten restaurants in the world, Restaurant Andre (41 Bukit Pasoh Road) will impress. Through ‘Octaphilosophy’ Andre Chiang engages eight characteristics to create a holistic gastronomic experience and present to us his principles and the art of his cuisine. These characteristics are unique, texture, memory, pure, terroir, salt, south and artisan. Here you can choose from the Classic Menu (S$198) or the Octa Menu (S$288). The Octa Menu reflects the eight characteristics of the Octaphilosophy as mentioned above. The highlight of the Octa has to be the Fois Gras which poses as ‘memory’ within the chef’s art form. Designed with care and accuracy in mind, Chiang has created a warm, slick and immaculate space within this 1920s shophouse.
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