Best Restaurants to check out in Singapore this April 2023

Officially entering the second quarter of this year, gourmands and foodies look forward to a brand new season and exciting new creations that open a new chapter and highlight another season’s amazing produce. Here are the best restaurants to check out this month.


AT Feast

, Best Restaurants to check out in Singapore this April 2023

A favourite pitstop for parents and children alike, the bistro launches a new family-friendly menu that’s fresh, easy to eat, and altogether wholesome. A literal feast for the senses with a mix of Western and Asian influences, featuring a list of offerings catered even for dairy-, gluten-, nut-free, and vegan dietary preferences. Boasting comfort food using ingredients sourced locally and regionally, diners can also look forward to weekly specials such as laksa, beef rendang, a London Special fried halibut, and their popular Sunday Special roast beef.



, Best Restaurants to check out in Singapore this April 2023

Bringing beef and steak lovers another reason to rejoice, alternative steakhouse Charr’d is Singapore’s first halal restaurant to fire up the prized A5 Kuroge Wagyu beef from Japan’s Mie Prefecture. The pinnacle of Japanese beef, Mie Wagyu’s outstanding flavour is a result of the mild climate and rich environment of the prefecture. Charr’d to perfection, go for their Kuroge Wagyu A5 Ribeye steak, A5 Sirloin steak, and A5 Tenderloin steak. For an indulgent sharing platter, their Heavenly Meat Board serves up a medley of these select cuts together. Don’t forget to complement your mains with moreish sides and starters such as their mouth-watering A5 Wagyu Cubes and Truffle Fries.


Seasonal Tastes

, Best Restaurants to check out in Singapore this April 2023

Bringing back their popular Thai dinner buffet from now till the end of April, Seasonal Tastes at The Westin Singapore serves up mouth-watering flavours from different regions of Thailand and the Land of Smiles’ famed street food this season. Look forward to Chefs’ signatures such as homemade Thai pork sausage, a special lobster Khao Soi, and sous vide pork belly stew, alongside highlights like Thai-style pomelo salad with poached prawns from the Northern region, crab meat curry with betel leaf and vermicelli from the South, grilled angus beef with cucumber, mint, tomato, and spicy Thai dressing from the Northeast, as well as iconic favourites like grilled Thai marinated pork neck with Thai spicy jim-jiew sauce, roasted duck red curry with pineapple and grapes, Mango Sticky Rice, and rich, silky Thai milk tea.