Best restaurants in Singapore

Glad to be the first to write a review for this Best restaurants in Singapore. This is the much written about restaurant opened by Chef Andre Chiang, who used to helm Jaan Par Andre at the Swissotel Singapore, getting it to number 39 on the list of world’s Best restaurants in Singapore. Was waiting months for his own restaurant to open and was glad to get reservations during the first month. Both Bras and Andrieux had a profound influence on him, reinforcing the beliefs from his upbringing and highlighting the importance of the purity of ingredients in every dish. The World’s 50 Best restaurants in Singapore manifesto: Organised by Restaurant magazine, part of William Reed Media, The World’s 50 Best restaurants in Singapore list is an annual snapshot of the opinions and experiences of over 900 international restaurant industry experts. What constitutes “best” is left to the judgment of these trusted and well-travelled gourmets. We have received over 40 highly prestigious awards in the past 13 years. Our 2013 accolades, to date, include Condé Nast Traveler’s World’s Savers Award 2013 “Preservation Runner-Up” and Hall of Fame Inductee, TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice “Top 25 Luxury Hotels in Singapore” and “Top 25 Hotels in Singapore”. Best restaurant in Singapore? Andre? Iggys? JAAN? Wrong! TripAdvisor, that trusty source of user-generated reviews, currently reckons the best spot in town (out of almost 7,000 that have been reviewed) is none other than Capricci. What’s that, you ask? Our thoughts exactly. Wereviewed the place a few years back and gave it a modest three stars. SINGAPORE–(Marketwired – Feb 24, 2014) – Nahm in Bangkok has secured the No.1 spot at the Asia’s 50 Best restaurants in Singapore 2014 awards, earning the title of The S. Pellegrino Asia’s Best Restaurant. Opened in 2010, it is also named The S. Pellegrino Best restaurants in Singapore Thailand. India is well represented on the list with six entries. Leading the contingent, Bukhara (No.27) takes the title of The S. Pellegrino Best Restaurant in India. Highest Climber Award, sponsored by Zacapa Rum: Fook Lam Moon-A Hong Kong institution, the family-run Fook Lam Moon rose 29 places, from No.48 in 2013 to its current standing at No.19. William Drew, Group Editor of Asia’s 50 Best restaurants in Singapore, said: “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants continues to evolve and grow, as evidenced by the addition of 10 new restaurants to the list. These new entries highlight the creativity, variety and sophistication of Asia’s ever-changing culinary scene.” To round off this year’s blogging, I would like to stress that I am not a professional food critic. I DO NOT get paid nor ask for free foods for writing good reviews of hawkers/restaurants I visited. I/We do pay for our meals although some may be paid with promotional meals vouchers bought through third party agents/platforms. If you’re a local (in whatever country I have blogged), go try them and find out if we share similar tastes. Also, when you come across good makan in Singapore, share them with me. Singapore, a multi-racial nation of Chinese, Malays, Indians and ethnic minorities, is a food haven. One is never far from a food stall, a coffee shop or a hawker center. So what should you try? If you are a Westerner and you are in Singapore, well, do as the Romans do (as the saying goes). Eat what Singaporeans love best. A sampling of our food list would include the following: 2. Seafood: Throw table etiquette out with the wind when it comes to seafood. Seafood comprising crabs done in various styles, prawns and mussels is a finger-licking good affair. So tuck in with your fingers.