Top 10 (New) Restaurants in Singapore


Offering quality Argentinean fare by chef Diego Jacquet, Bochinche’s creations—such as braised pig head croquettes with quince and grilled octopus and tuna mayo—are best shared and washed down with Latin-inspired concoctions like the Chimichurri Bloody Mary.  

Bull and Butcher

The brainchild of Trilogy Hospitality, the 120-seater Bull and Butcher serves classic steakhouse fare like Australian wagyu beef rib eye, as well as seafood delights such as Mediterranean sea bass, irresistible desserts, and a wide selection of Australian vino labels.


Local chef Malcolm Lee is the mastermind behind this Peranakan (Straits-Chinese) restaurant at Dorsett Singapore. Expect homemade, wholesome comfort food and try dishes like beef rendang (spicy beef chunks) and kueh pie tee (pastry tart filled with prawns and vegetables).

Ding Dong

Crafted by chef Ryan Clift of the ever-popular Tippling Club, the menu at Ding Dong brims with rustic Southeast Asian treats, paired with unique Asian cocktails and boutique wines, which can be enjoyed at the bar on the second level.

Hashida Sushi

The son of master sushi chef Tokio Hashida heads Hashida Sushi, the first overseas offshoot of the well-known Tokyo outlet of the same name. Indulge in seasonal nigiri sushi and other Japanese specialties (like cold sake) at this Zen, sophisticated space. 

Lime House

As Singapore’s first Caribbean eatery, Lime House’s dining concept is simply refreshing. Feast on hearty portions of Caribbean classics like curry goat with rice and peas, and unusual desserts like the deconstructed pina colada, which consists of coconut custard with pineapple compote and lime sherbet.

Pidgin Kitchen & Bar

Bite into not-so-ordinary Southeast Asian grub by chef-owner Adrian Ling. Treat your tastebuds to innovative creations like foie gras with rojak sauce (sweet-spicy peanut gravy), risotto served with frog legs, and kaya (coconut jam) bread and butter pudding.

Tamashii Robataya

Recently opened Tamashii Robataya believes in using only the finest Japanese ingredients available. Whet your appetite by watching chefs whip up your orders, from grilled meat to rice bowls topped with fresh seafood, before tucking in with a cup of Japanese sake.

The Black Swan

This swanky restaurant oozes a ‘Great Gatsby’ vibe and boasts a perfect mix of old and new. Order American classics with a modern twist, such as beef tartare and baked bone marrow, as well as drinks like the Golden Parachute—Black Swan’s rendition of an old fashioned, concocted with 15 year old bourbon, manuka honey and apricots.

The Market Grill

Inspired by old-school New York diners, The Market Grill serves up perfectly grilled meat and seafood made with the specially imported “woodstone” charbroiler. Must-tries include the chargrilled whole lobster, CW cod fish burger, and the wagyu rump.