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With some of the region’s best restaurants and a dining scene that is rich in diversity, Singapore has become one of the world’s culinary capitals.

Connoisseurs of haute cuisine will be happy to know that a growing number of world-class celebrity chefs have been setting up shops here, such as 26-Michelin-starred Joël Robuchon with L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon and Joël Robuchon Restaurant. For some Asian flavour, head to Japanese restaurant Waku Ghin, by Tetsuya Wakuda, one of Australia’s finest chefs.

Culinary hotspots in Singapore

Often hailed as one of the best restuarants in the city, Restaurant Andre by Taiwanese-born chef Andre Chiang is a must visit for fans of high-end French cuisine. For those looking for more local flavours, there is also a myriad of upscale Chinese and Indian restaurants to savour. Or head to one of the many Gastropubs that have popped up if you fancy a craft brew with a hearty meal.

Culinary hotspots in Singapore

But what’s a good meal without dessert? You can stop at one of the many dessert spots that have opened in Singapore, such as 2am:dessertbar. Run by young but lauded Cordon Bleu-trained chef Janice Wong, the eatery serves up delectable concoctions. The perfect way to end a day wining and dining in Asia’s food paradise.


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