The Michelin Guide Singapore has just announced the list of restaurants who have been awarded the Michelin star(s). This is news that has gotten everyone on the edge of their seats the past week and we bet you are just as excited to know the results as we are.
When the Michelin Guide Singapore released its Bib Gourmand Awards 2017 last week, emotions were high. While some were glad that their favourite hawker heroes are finally getting the credit and recognition they deserve; others disputed the fact that those among the list were less deserving than others.
With today’s announcement, more Singapore names will join the coveted list of Michelin-star recipients. And whether you agree with this list or not, all eyes will be on them.
Here, we share the 2017 Michelin Guide Singapore.
It is time to feast again at Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore’s 10 at Claymore. The hotel’s star restaurant always surprises us with their thematic buffet spreads. Brace yourselves, beef and seafood lovers.
For the next line-up, tuck into a lavish spread of international cuisine and savour the robust flavours of Australian beef Wagyu Tomahawk, fresh Boston lobster and three varieties of oyster.
This fit-for-a-king lineup is aptly named ‘Beef and Reef’ which beautifully encompasses the best of both land and sea, and prices start from S$68++.
But you know what? You are going to enjoy a special price because you are learning about the buffet from us. From 01 July 2017 to 30 September 2017, quote “ladyironchef-two-for-$98-beef-and-reef” upon making reservations to indulge in endless helpings of Wagyu beef, lobsters and oysters at only S$98++ for two pax!
Fancy slurping down cold, freshly shucked oysters for only S$1.99 at any time of the day? Yes, you can actually get a plate full of Canadian oysters without burning a hole in your pocket at this American bar in Clarke Quay—Oyster Co.
Situated opposite popular Central Perk Cafe (and managed by the same team), Oyster Co is the first bar in Asia to serve Budweiser on tap. Drink to your heart’s content while you indulge in affordable S$10 Western set lunches and light bites.
Located just a stone’s throw away from Outram Park MRT is Keong Saik Bakery, a nostalgic yet contemporary eatery which is the newest addition to the already vibrant food street along Keong Saik Road.
Presenting local favourites with a modern twist, Keong Saik Bakery is a suitable place to visit for breakfast or tea. Think crusty croissants, fluffy and dainty cakes and a warm, comforting cup of coffee or tea; there could be no better way to brighten your day.
Katsudon Hanakatsu at Suntec City is the newest Katsu Don restaurant in Singapore. Opened by the same team behind the popular Tendon Kohaku, Katsudon Hanakatsu specialises in Katsu Don and you can choose between the spicy and non-spicy alternatives.
If you are rushing for time and do not want to join the long queue at Tendon Kohaku, Katsudon Hanakatsu is a decent alternative.
Compared to other dining areas in the West, Sunset Way is one of the less visited dining destinations in Singapore. But lying within Sunset Way is a trove of amazing cafes, eateries and restaurants that are waiting to be discovered.
From old-school bakeries to coffee roasters and even seafood restaurants, the humble Sunset Way neighbourhood has so much to offer. It is truly an ideal place to visit for a relaxing afternoon over tea and cakes or for some quality family time over delicious food.
To get you started, here is a guide to 14 Cafes, Eateries & Restaurants To Dine At In Sunset Way.
The Slow is a gorgeous boutique hotel in Canggu, Bali and nestled on the first level of the hotel is Eat & Drink, a contemporary cafe by day and restaurant by night. Expect to see an interesting combination of culture influences from Europe, South America and Asia when you are dining there.
Swing by in the day for savoury cafe fare or drop in at night to feast on wood-grilled meats and seafood while having a cocktail or two with your companions. READ ON
Milk & Madu is a popular local Berawa family cafe in Canggu, Bali visited by many visitors for their hearty breakfast, well-cooked lunch and signature revolver coffees. For those of you who are familiar with Bali’s cafe scene, Milk & Madu is owned by the same team behind Watercress Cafe in Seminyak.
We are glad to share that the cafe did not disappoint with the overall dining experience. On top of that, diners can also get nutritious grub from Nalu Bowls—Bali’s first smoothie bowl shack—which is famous for their colourful smoothie bowls.