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Top 5 Restaurants in Singapore – Sample Some Truly Mouth Watering Cuisine

Singapore is a foodie's paradise on earth. Every which way you turn, you'll find dozens of small eateries and restaurants alike, waiting to serve you delicious fare. The next time you're hungry, check out one of these 5 restaurants which are among the country's finest.

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FOC

FOC

Want to enjoy some extremely inventive, mouth-watering tapas? FOC's the place to go. Serving up fine Catalonian fare, FOC's menu features delicious morsels that are a perfect blend of haute cuisine and comfort food.

Examples of their menu items include grilled Iberico pork ribs, suckling pig terrine and squid ink paella. FOC also offers quite a few vegetarian options. Try out the tortillas with peppers and truffle, sautéed cauliflower with pine nuts and spring onion, mushroom croquettes and watermelon gazpacho with smoked olive oil ice cream.

Those with food allergies and intolerances are in luck as well. FOC has a surprising number of gluten-free menu items. Try dishes like fresh oyster with ponzu and escabeche, and free-range chicken paella. The restaurant is located at N0. 40 Hong Kong Street and is open for lunch and dinner on weekdays and Saturdays. On Sundays, it is only open for dinner.

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Odette

Odette

In the mood for fancy French cuisine? Check out Odette, a fine dining restaurant located down Saint Andrew's Road inside the National Gallery Singapore. The brainchild of chef Julian Royer, the restaurant features a glass-walled kitchen and tasteful interior décor which is centred around muted colour palettes and chic artwork.

The French sauces served at Odette are really on point in terms of richness and flavour. There isn't a traditional menu you can choose from, however, as the food is served in courses. Select between 4, 6, and 8-course meals. If you want to enjoy a classy night out, Odette is certainly a top contender among Singapore's fine dining restaurants.

The restaurant is sadly closed on Sundays and public holidays and is only open for dinner on Mondays. However, from Tuesday through to Saturday, the restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner. Odette's dinner shifts start at 07:00pm and lunch shifts commence at 12:00pm.

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Yàn

For some truly mind-blowing Chinese cuisine, make a booking at Yàn. Like Odette, this fine-dining restaurant is also located inside the National Gallery Singapore. It serves intensely flavourful Cantonese fare, and menu items include a variety of aromatic, double-boiled soups, succulent roasts and more. Yàn is open daily for both lunch and dinner. Operating hours are 11:30am – 02:30pm and 06:00pm to 10:30pm.

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Folklore

Folklore

Those who love the merging of cultures and cuisines should drop by the Folklore, one of the cosiest Beach Road restaurants in Singapore. It's located inside the Destination Singapore Beach Road hotel and serves some truly excellent Eurasian-Peranakan fusion cuisine. Menu items include dishes such as sambal buah keluak fried rice which has a rich flavour, somewhat reminiscent of chocolate. Folklore is open every day for both lunch and dinner between 12:00pm and 02:30pm and from 06:00pm to 09:30pm.

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Burnt Ends

Feeling like some smoky Australian barbie? Book a table at Burnt Ends. Located on Teck Lim Road, this restaurant serves some truly lip-smacking food. Featuring custom-made grills, Burnt Ends does a range of roasts and grills using coal and aromatic woods such as almond and apple wood.

As you can expect from a restaurant that specialises in BBQ, the meat is the main highlight of the restaurant. However, what's really impressive is that Burnt Ends is so good, that it's also famed for its veggie menu items. These include dishes such as burnt leeks which are served with brown butter and hazelnuts.

The restaurant is open from Tuesday through to Saturday. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Burnt Ends is only open for dinner. However, on Fridays and Saturdays, you can head there either for lunch or dinner.

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