Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singapore

epicure's pick of the best food and drinks from the best restaurants to eat in Singapore. We have a wide selection of categories. Let’s check it out!
02 Aug 2017

Best kueh salat in Singapore

Out of dozens of traditional kueh, one in particular has gained a modern appreciation, with a few establishments turning the three-bite snack into round cakes fit for birthday celebrations. Kueh salat has a simple two-layer composition: a bed of chewy glutinous rice topped with sweet, coconutty custard. Its colouring should be all-natural, provided by pandan leaves (or the rarer suji for a...
03 Jul 2017

Best cinnamon buns in Singapore

The origin of the cinnamon bun is a sugar-coated mystery and occasionally provokes fierce debate. Regardless of the origin and preparation, there’s no denying that these whorls of sweet, dark cinnamon in rich, buttery pastry are impossible to resist.
05 Jun 2017

Best caesar salads in Singapore

Superfoods and protein bowls are all the rage these days, but there’s something to be said about a classic caesar salad. Here’s our list of the most versatile toppings and sapid dressings in town.
28 Apr 2017

Best pasta frutti di mare in Singapore

For a nation that loves carbs and seafood, there are few things more satisfying than a perfectly cooked plate of al dente pasta brimming with fresh catch. Literally translating to ‘fruits of the sea’, this dish likely originated in the seaside villages of Italy, where fisherman cooked what they couldn’t sell and served the seafood stew with pasta. Our favourite renditions of the lip-smacking...
28 Mar 2017

Best quinoa bowls in Singapore

A convenient, all-in-one grain bowl is the trendy dine-in or takeaway option these days, hence the reason for the mind-boggling choices available. But we’re not interested in just any ordinary grain. We’re bowled over by one of the most underrated superfoods — the healthy and humble super grain — quinoa. Packed with fibre, vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients, this glutenfree South American...
01 Mar 2017

Best beef sliders in Singapore

The beauty of the cocktail hour lies not only in the pleasure of boozy libations, but also in the bar bites that are so easy to put away. Nothing beats sinking our teeth into a scrumptious beef slider while on a bar crawl. Originally defined as a thin patty of ground beef, smashed and cooked on a griddle with onions, then topped with pickles and American cheese before being sandwiched between...
31 Jan 2017

Best crème brûlées in Singapore

Delicate, yielding custard beneath a thin sheet of shatteringly crisp torched sugar topping… add to that the sweet scent of vanilla beans and toasty notes of burnt sugar crystals, and that just about sums up the definition of a sublime crème brûlée in our books. The origins of crème brûlée aren’t clear. Some reports point to Trinity College in Cambridge, England, as the birthplace of the...
30 Dec 2016

Best yam rings in Singapore

Like yu sheng, the yam ring is a uniquely Singapore dish. Its popularity has sealed its status as a tze char staple; the colourful ingredients and bountiful filling also ensure its repeat appearance on Chinese New Year menus.
01 Dec 2016

Best pecan pies in Singapore

Treacly, rich and crowned with a layer of toasted pecan halves, pecan pies are a joy to savour. And there’s more reason to do so this time of the year when it makes its appearance on many Christmas menus. A quintessential Southern festive dessert, it’s believed to have been created in the late 19th century. Variations abound and when you’ve got your hands on a scrumptious one, enjoy it with...
02 Nov 2016

Best gourmet chicken burgers in Singapore

We did all the groundwork to source out 10 best gourmet chicken burgers in our Little Red Dot.
02 Aug 2017

Best kueh salat in Singapore

Out of dozens of traditional kueh, one in particular has gained a modern appreciation, with a few establishments turning the three-bite snack into round cakes fit for birthday celebrations. Kueh salat has a simple two-layer composition: a bed of chewy glutinous rice topped with sweet, coconutty custard. Its colouring should be all-natural, provided by pandan leaves (or the rarer suji for a...
03 Jul 2017

Best cinnamon buns in Singapore

The origin of the cinnamon bun is a sugar-coated mystery and occasionally provokes fierce debate. Regardless of the origin and preparation, there’s no denying that these whorls of sweet, dark cinnamon in rich, buttery pastry are impossible to resist.
05 Jun 2017

Best caesar salads in Singapore

Superfoods and protein bowls are all the rage these days, but there’s something to be said about a classic caesar salad. Here’s our list of the most versatile toppings and sapid dressings in town.
28 Apr 2017

Best pasta frutti di mare in Singapore

For a nation that loves carbs and seafood, there are few things more satisfying than a perfectly cooked plate of al dente pasta brimming with fresh catch. Literally translating to ‘fruits of the sea’, this dish likely originated in the seaside villages of Italy, where fisherman cooked what they couldn’t sell and served the seafood stew with pasta. Our favourite renditions of the lip-smacking...
28 Mar 2017

Best quinoa bowls in Singapore

A convenient, all-in-one grain bowl is the trendy dine-in or takeaway option these days, hence the reason for the mind-boggling choices available. But we’re not interested in just any ordinary grain. We’re bowled over by one of the most underrated superfoods — the healthy and humble super grain — quinoa. Packed with fibre, vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients, this glutenfree South American...
01 Mar 2017

Best beef sliders in Singapore

The beauty of the cocktail hour lies not only in the pleasure of boozy libations, but also in the bar bites that are so easy to put away. Nothing beats sinking our teeth into a scrumptious beef slider while on a bar crawl. Originally defined as a thin patty of ground beef, smashed and cooked on a griddle with onions, then topped with pickles and American cheese before being sandwiched between...
31 Jan 2017

Best crème brûlées in Singapore

Delicate, yielding custard beneath a thin sheet of shatteringly crisp torched sugar topping… add to that the sweet scent of vanilla beans and toasty notes of burnt sugar crystals, and that just about sums up the definition of a sublime crème brûlée in our books. The origins of crème brûlée aren’t clear. Some reports point to Trinity College in Cambridge, England, as the birthplace of the...
30 Dec 2016

Best yam rings in Singapore

Like yu sheng, the yam ring is a uniquely Singapore dish. Its popularity has sealed its status as a tze char staple; the colourful ingredients and bountiful filling also ensure its repeat appearance on Chinese New Year menus.
01 Dec 2016

Best pecan pies in Singapore

Treacly, rich and crowned with a layer of toasted pecan halves, pecan pies are a joy to savour. And there’s more reason to do so this time of the year when it makes its appearance on many Christmas menus. A quintessential Southern festive dessert, it’s believed to have been created in the late 19th century. Variations abound and when you’ve got your hands on a scrumptious one, enjoy it with...
02 Nov 2016

Best gourmet chicken burgers in Singapore

We did all the groundwork to source out 10 best gourmet chicken burgers in our Little Red Dot.