Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singapore

Find Singapore Must Eat Restaurants - epicure picks best food and drinks from the best restaurants to eat in Singapore. Wide selection of categories available! Let’s check it out.
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.
05 Oct 2016

Best bara chirashis in Singapore

For a commoner’s dish that dates back to the early Edo period, from the Okoyama Prefecture, today’s abundant versions of bara chirashi are still humble and satisfying affairs. Loosely translated as ‘bara’, chopped fish scattered randomly over rice, this colourful bowl of goodness is the ideal comfort food for those hankering for a one-stop sashimi meal. While the assortment of raw fish varies...
03 Sep 2016

Best mac & cheeses in Singapore

Mac & cheese is the ultimate all-American comfort food. The humble dish of macaroni pasta engulfed in a thick cheese sauce has undergone various incarnations – layered with ground beef, lobster, drizzled with truffle oil or garnished with caviar. The first recorded recipe appeared in a cookbook in 1824, where the three main ingredients were cheese, macaroni and butter, all to be layered...
01 Aug 2016

Best pandan cakes in Singapore

Pandan chiffon cakes are not just a firm favourite among Singaporeans; tourists and celebrities are also known to lug home boxes of these fragrant gems when they are in the city. To perfect the cake, the eggs must be separated and whipped at high speeds to create a fluffy and light texture. The signature green hue comes from pandanus amaryllifolius leaves, which are pulverised then squeezed...
02 Jul 2016

Best mussels in Singapore

Mussels are the national dish of Belgium and absolutely essential on the table when celebrating the country's Independence Day, which falls on 21 July. The traditional preparation method is à la marinière, which consists of white wine, shallots, parsley and butter, but the Belgians have added a twist by replacing white wine with their famous Belgian beer. Two other classic versions include à...
31 May 2016

Best pork ribs in Singapore

Pork ribs is a dish you just can’t miss out on when dining at a barbecue restaurant. Baked long and slow in the oven, the piping hot racks are tender but not falling apart. American-style ribs are usually seasoned with a dry rub before they're glazed in a thick and sticky marinade typically comprising ingredients like tomato, honey, soy sauce, vinegar, brown sugar, paprika and garlic. The...
04 May 2016

Best Thai steamed fishes in Singapore

Pla neung manao, otherwise known as steamed fish with lime, is a must-have on the dining table at any Thai restaurant. Immersed in a sapid and potent sauce of chilli, lemongrass, lime slices, coriander, and garlic cloves, the fish (typically tilapia, sea bass, grouper or snapper) is scaled, scored and heated, then served over a portable furnace in a fish shaped dish. Its flesh should flake off...
31 Mar 2016

Best cold brew coffee in Singapore

Cold brew coffee, a more refreshing quencher than your usual java, is the go-to beverage of the trend-chasing millennial set. The extraction process, which is simple but protracted, involves either fully immersing the coffee beans in cold water or steadily dripping water through the beans. A much longer brew time – compared to normal coffee – of two to 24 hours, and the specific use of cold...
01 Mar 2016

Best brioches in Singapore

Brioche has its origins in France, where a good amount of rich, golden butter gives it a distinct fragrance and cake-like quality. It is typically washed with egg for a glossy appearance and baked in a classic shape of a fluted bottom with a protruding top in a brioche pan, though there are other variations like braids, rings and mini buns. The soft, flaky texture makes it perfect for bread...
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.
05 Oct 2016

Best bara chirashis in Singapore

For a commoner’s dish that dates back to the early Edo period, from the Okoyama Prefecture, today’s abundant versions of bara chirashi are still humble and satisfying affairs. Loosely translated as ‘bara’, chopped fish scattered randomly over rice, this colourful bowl of goodness is the ideal comfort food for those hankering for a one-stop sashimi meal. While the assortment of raw fish varies...
03 Sep 2016

Best mac & cheeses in Singapore

Mac & cheese is the ultimate all-American comfort food. The humble dish of macaroni pasta engulfed in a thick cheese sauce has undergone various incarnations – layered with ground beef, lobster, drizzled with truffle oil or garnished with caviar. The first recorded recipe appeared in a cookbook in 1824, where the three main ingredients were cheese, macaroni and butter, all to be layered...
01 Aug 2016

Best pandan cakes in Singapore

Pandan chiffon cakes are not just a firm favourite among Singaporeans; tourists and celebrities are also known to lug home boxes of these fragrant gems when they are in the city. To perfect the cake, the eggs must be separated and whipped at high speeds to create a fluffy and light texture. The signature green hue comes from pandanus amaryllifolius leaves, which are pulverised then squeezed...
02 Jul 2016

Best mussels in Singapore

Mussels are the national dish of Belgium and absolutely essential on the table when celebrating the country's Independence Day, which falls on 21 July. The traditional preparation method is à la marinière, which consists of white wine, shallots, parsley and butter, but the Belgians have added a twist by replacing white wine with their famous Belgian beer. Two other classic versions include à...
31 May 2016

Best pork ribs in Singapore

Pork ribs is a dish you just can’t miss out on when dining at a barbecue restaurant. Baked long and slow in the oven, the piping hot racks are tender but not falling apart. American-style ribs are usually seasoned with a dry rub before they're glazed in a thick and sticky marinade typically comprising ingredients like tomato, honey, soy sauce, vinegar, brown sugar, paprika and garlic. The...
04 May 2016

Best Thai steamed fishes in Singapore

Pla neung manao, otherwise known as steamed fish with lime, is a must-have on the dining table at any Thai restaurant. Immersed in a sapid and potent sauce of chilli, lemongrass, lime slices, coriander, and garlic cloves, the fish (typically tilapia, sea bass, grouper or snapper) is scaled, scored and heated, then served over a portable furnace in a fish shaped dish. Its flesh should flake off...
31 Mar 2016

Best cold brew coffee in Singapore

Cold brew coffee, a more refreshing quencher than your usual java, is the go-to beverage of the trend-chasing millennial set. The extraction process, which is simple but protracted, involves either fully immersing the coffee beans in cold water or steadily dripping water through the beans. A much longer brew time – compared to normal coffee – of two to 24 hours, and the specific use of cold...
01 Mar 2016

Best brioches in Singapore

Brioche has its origins in France, where a good amount of rich, golden butter gives it a distinct fragrance and cake-like quality. It is typically washed with egg for a glossy appearance and baked in a classic shape of a fluted bottom with a protruding top in a brioche pan, though there are other variations like braids, rings and mini buns. The soft, flaky texture makes it perfect for bread...