A great meal does more than just sate your appetite. It can engage all five senses, change your perspective, and amplify your passion for food.
Besides our world-class hawkers and Michelin fare, our sparkling food paradise is home to novel experiences that will redefine your perception of dining, and take you on adventures beyond the plate.
Our city’s myriad safety measures will ensure your peace of mind, as you dine in pitch darkness, feast amidst the wonders of the ocean and discover culinary adventures that delight, enchant and amaze.
Add a dose of drama to your meal with ANDSOFORTH, , a roving dining experience that fuses fantastical theatrics with delicious food. This pop-up restaurant is inspired by London’s underground dining subculture, and fuses dramatic improvisation with delicious food.
After signing up, you’ll embark on a hunt for the venue’s location, adding to the whimsy and allure of the proceedings. Past events have featured themes ranging from Norse mythology to Alice in Wonderland, spectacularly cobbled together by a creative team of set designers, chefs and scriptwriters.
For more unforgettable dining experiences, check out Absurdities, ANDSOFORTH’s latest endeavour. This omakase-style restaurant will transport you through a variety of surreal settings, from a mysterious library to a tent that evokes all the wonder of The Arabian Nights.
Email here or call +65 9129 7845.
NOX Dine in the Dark
Helmed by head chef Desmond Lee—a renowned chef and nominee of the Chef of the Year Award by World Gourmet Summit—NOX - Dine in the Dark invites its guests to experience a meal shrouded in mystery, and to gain a more mindful perspective of their senses and surroundings through dining.
Immersed in total darkness, diners will be invited to embark on a culinary journey through smell, taste, touch and sound. In a poignant reversal of day-to-day circumstance, the establishment employs visually-impaired servers to guide guests to their tables and adeptly navigate the pitch-dark restaurant.
The restaurant’s prix fixe menu dinner consists of 12 dishes, spanning over three courses, with vegetarian options for those with dietary restrictions. NOX also serves an eclectic mix of cocktails, ranging from customised drinks to a mystery tipple.
NOX – Dine in the Dark. 83 Club Street, Singapore 069451. +65 6298 0708.
Daily 6pm till late.
Editor’s Note: Ocean Restaurant is temporarily closed for refurbishment- Check out this page for reopening dates.
Feast your eyes on the wonders of the ocean while dining on the freshest seafood at Ocean Restaurant. Located within the world’s largest oceanarium at Resorts World™ Sentosa, this restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling glass panels provide diners with a front-row seat to an underwater habitat filled with aquatic creatures, including manta rays and sharks.
Besides the spectacular view of marine life, the restaurant serves up a delectable menu of fusion seafood, with dishes like Alaskan King Crab with Thai Mango Salsa and shellfish bouillabaisse with prawn wanton (Chinese dumpling).
Resorts World™ Sentosa. 22 Sentosa Gateway #B1-455 & 456, Singapore 098136. +65 6577 6688.
Daily 11.30am-2.30pm, 6-10pm.
Royal Albatross – Sunset Sail
If you’ve never experienced fine dining amid the waves, you’ll definitely want to sign up for the Sunset Sail dinner cruise on the Royal Albatross.
Perfect for couples looking to add a touch of romance to their culinary adventures, the Sunset Sail takes place aboard this four-mast, 22-sail luxury ship. This two-and-a-half-hour cruise begins at Resorts World™ Sentosa, and skirts Singapore’s southern shoreline.
Guests will be able to enjoy a magnificent view of Singapore at sunset, while feasting on a spread of dishes spanning British, local and fusion cuisine. To bask in the glorious sea view and enjoy the sea breeze, we recommend having a cocktail on the ship’s upper deck, which offers a gorgeous view of Singapore’s coastline at sunset.
Resorts World™ Sentosa. 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269. +65 6863 9585.
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You don’t have to buy a yacht or go on a cruise to enjoy dining out in blue waters with the family—Instead, make a reservation for a meal at Smith Marine.
Located between Pulau Ubin and Changi Point, this charming restaurant originally started off as a kelong (offshore wooden platform) for fishing, before evolving into a restaurant in 2015.
While you’ll be able to dine on an array of delicacies like chilli crab and black pepper prawns, the star attraction here at this establishment is undoubtedly its ‘sure-catch’ pond. Reel in your own dinner, and enjoy the fruits of your labours with the sea breeze in your hair.
Do note that you’ll have to make reservations for this restaurant three days in advance.
Pick-up at Changi Point Ferry Terminal. 51 Lor Bekukong, Singapore 499172. +65 9792 7609.
Daily 10am-7pm. Alternate Mondays off.
Le Petit Chef
For a culinary experience that combines technology with unique tastes, book a meal with Le Petit Chef.
Operating out of the mezza9 La Cave wine cellar, this immersive dining experience employs 3D projection mapping and themed music to create a whimsical meal, inspired by Marco Polo’s journey along the Silk Road.
Created with cutting edge visual technology, a hologram model of titular ‘petit chef’ will be your constant companion on this culinary adventure, transforming your six course meal into a magical adventure.
Slots for this experience are limited, so do make your bookings in advance.
Le Petit Chef at Mezza9 in Grand Hyatt Singapore. 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211.
Take a time capsule back to Singapore’s past with a visit to Yum Sing, and soak in the nostalgia of yesteryear.
Located in the bustling district of Clarke Quay, this retro-themed restaurant pays homage to The Lion City’s past, with décor and motifs that hearken back to the 60s, 70s and 80s. Think retro neon signs, old-school coffeeshop tables with marble tops and even a retail corner that’s designed to resemble a traditional provision shop.
The menu here is no less spectacular, featuring some of the most famous dishes from our food paradise. Dig into beloved staples like chilli crab, chicken rice and laksa. Round off your meal with a mug of Milo Dinosaur, which comes with a generous heap of Milo powder.
Yum Sing. 3B River Valley Road #01-06/07, Singapore 179021. +65 6261 6463.
Looking to celebrate new horizons and the reopening of air travel while dining on a sumptuous meal? Sushi Airways may well be the experience for you.
This charmingly themed restaurant is modelled to mimic the ambience of an old-school air plane, while serving up delicious Japanese staples. Pick up the ‘in-flight’ menu and choose from a selection of small plates, ranging from grilled dishes to hand rolls and sushi.
The restaurant also boasts an omakase option of between eight to 10 courses, as well as a seasonal menu that changes up on a regular basis.
Sushi Airways. 20a Baghdad Street, Singapore 199659. +65 6291 1151.
Mon-Thu & Sun 11.45am-2.45pm, 5.45-9.45pm; Fri, Sat & Eve of PH 11.45am-2.45pm, 5.45-10pm.
Zouk Cinema Club
While dancing may not be on the cards just yet, the good folk at Zouk have got you night owls covered with Zouk Cinema Club. This pop-up experience combines dining, drinks and a range of cult classic movies for an unforgettable evening.
Ideal for date nights or outings with your friends, Zouk Cinema Club utilises the legendary nightclub’s state-of-the-art sound system to deliver out of this world movie nights.
Dig into a meal of comfort food and Western classics at the Capital Kitchen—located at Zouk’s luxurious Capital Lounge—before making a beeline to the club’s main room for a silver screen escapade.
Zouk Cinema Club at The Cannery. 3C River Valley Road #01-05 to #02-06, Singapore 179022.
Fri & Sat 6-10.30pm.