5 Michelin-Starred Restaurants to Visit

These award winning restaurants are a must to visit!

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1. Tsuta

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Chef Yuki Onishi, chef and owner of Tsuta started out his first ramen shop in Japan, 2012. Tsuta started receiving awards since 2013 and made it’s way to becoming the World’s first and only Michelin-starred Ramen in 2015. Tsuta only offers two types of ramen, their signature Shoyu soba and Shio Soba. Both ramen is complemented with truffle oil which is what makes his ramen so special. His soup stock is also carefully prepared with his own unique recipe and high quality ingredients. Dining at Tsuta is also an experience like no other. Read more about Tsuta here.

Where: #01-01 Pacific Plaza, 9 Scotts Road, Singapore 228210
Operating Hours: 11am to 10pm daily
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2. Terra

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Chef-Owner Seita Nakahara delivers this interesting mix of Tokyo-Italian cuisine inspired by the four seasons of Japan and a twist in Italian fine dining. Each dish created at Terra is intricately put together with the main idea that all the seasonal ingredients marries one another to create a perfect harmony. Other than their wide selection of a la carte dishes, Terra also offers their signature Omakase, a degustation menu of Chef Seita creations.

Where: 54 Tras St, Singapore 078993
Operating Hours: Monday to Friday – 12pm to 2pm and 6.30pm to 10pm, Saturday – 6.30pm to 10pm. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 6221 5159

3. Shoukouwa

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Shoukouwa serves the ultimate sushi experience where you can savour authentic dishes from Ginza, Tokyo. With only 8 seats available in front of the chef’s preparation table, customers can interact and receive personalised attention from the chefs. Serving only the freshest ingredients, Shoukouwa, has their seafood freshly delivered daily from Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market to Singapore. Each sushi is made carefully with the chef paying attention to details like the temperature and proportion of each ingredient to ensure that each dish is made perfect for consumption.

Where: 1 Fullerton Road, #02-02A, One Fullerton, Singapore 049213
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Saturday – 11.30pm to 3pm (last order 2pm) and 6.30pm to 11pm (last order 9.30pm). Closed on Mondays.
Contact Information: 6423 9939

4. The Song of India

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The Song of India offers luxurious fine dining for modern day Indian Cuisine, here in Singapore. Located in a heritage bungalow in Orchard, the whole interior of the restaurant gives off a classy and sophisticated ambience. This award winning Indian restaurant has operated for 10 years now, constantly serving and satisfying their customers gastronomical cravings. The Song of India offers not only indoor seatings, but also alfresco dining on their outdoor patio.

Where: 33 Scotts Road, Singapore 228226
Operating Hours: 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 11pm daily
Contact Information: 6836 0055

5. Alma by Juan Amador

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Juan Amador is a notable international chef. Alma, which means ‘soul’ in Spanish, provides you a place to enjoy high quality dishes with a comfortable environment where you and your friends can enjoy. Dining at Alma is an experience you’ll never forget. They pride themselves in having a casual ambience in their restaurant and provides their customers with great service. They serve Asian-influenced Spanish–European cuisine with a unique twist. Enjoy this meal created with the best ingredients and skills of the chef.

Where: Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221
Operating Hours: [Bar] Monday to Thursday – 5.30pm to 12am, Friday to Saturday – 5.30pm to 1am [Restaurant] Wednesday to Friday – 12pm to 2.30pm, Monday to Saturday – 6.00pm to 10.30pm. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 6735 9937

Source: MICHELIN Guide Singapore