Royer will formally accept this prestigious award on behalf of JAAN at the inaugural Asia’s 50 Best restaurants in Singapore awards ceremony on 25 February 2013, at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. It’s a very exciting time to be a chef working in Asia’s Best restaurants in Singapore industry as it continues to gain global prominence.” Additional pampering is on offer at the exclusive Regent Club, which offers complimentary breakfast, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails plus express checkout. A full limousine service, 24 hour concierge, fitness centre, hair salons, overnight laundry and dry cleaning are among the extensive list of guest amenities. Book online to enjoy exclusive dining discounts instantly. Click on your favourite Best restaurants in Singapore below to “Book a Table” now! The rest of the top 20 is a bizarre mixture of big names and never-heard-of-em spots. Check it out below. 1. Capricci 2. 10 at Claymore 3. Ristorante Amarone 4. Vida Vino 5. Carousel 6. Shinji by Kanesaka 7. Merchants Wine Cellar 8. NOX- Dine in the Dark 9. Dolce Vita 10. Noti
11. The Auld Alliance 12. MTR Restaurant 13. JAAN 14. 320 Below Nitro Café 15. Leo Café 16. 7 Adam 17. Mezza9 18. Halia 19. Buka Nero 20. Bistecca Restaurant André (No.6) is named The S. Pellegrino Best restaurants in Singapore in Singapore for the second consecutive year. Chef-owner André Chiang also picks up the respected Chefs’ Choice Award, voted for by his peers on Asia’s 50 Best restaurants in Singapore list. Singapore’s eight entries includes the new addition of Tippling Club at No. 23. One To Watch, sponsored by Peroni Nastro Azzurro: Tenku RyuGin-Located in Hong Kong, making its debut on the list at No.50, the first satellite restaurant of RyuGin Japan continues chef Seiji Yamamoto’s tradition of serving time-honoured Japanese dishes with a hearty dose of modern style. The Best restaurants in Singapore are listed in alphabetical order and not due to merits.1) Ah Yat Abalone Forum Restaurant (Chinese Cuisine) 2) Basilico Restaurant (Italian Cuisine) 3) En Japanese Dining Bar (Japanese Cuisine) 4) Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck (Chinese Cuisine) 5) Mamanda (Malay Cuisine) 6) Nagomi Restaurant (Japanese Cuisine – Menu: Omakase) 7) Summer Palace Restaurant (Chinese Cuisine) 8) Teppei Japanese Restaurant (Japanese Cuisine – Menu: Omakase) 9) Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant (Chinese Cuisine) 10) Yantra (Indian Cuisine) Taste is subjective to everyone. All opinions in my blog about food are those of my makan kakis and mine. My tastes may differ from yours just as we (my makan kakis and I) have differing views among ourselves. I know of a local family who makes it a point to check the review in the papers and food-hunting becomes the highlight of their family day. Just what is Singapore food? Briefly, it has its origin in Malaysia, Indonesia, China and India. The diversity goes beyond a certain nationality or race. Within a race itself, there are sub-sets. Take Chinese food for example. The gastronomic experience encompasses Teochew, Cantonese, Hokkien, Hainanese and the list goes on. Where to eat Chicken Rice? Loy Kee Chicken Rice – several branches.Boon Tong Kee -several branches. A nondescript stall on the 5th Floor of Far East Plaza in Scotts Road. Sun Kee on the 2nd Floor of Margaret Drive Food Centre. Wee Nam Kee at Thomson Road. Pow Sing Chicken Rice in Serangoon Garden. Lee Fun Nam Kee located at Block 94, Lorong 4, Toa Payoh. Chatterbox coffeehouse at the Mandarin Hotel. Hawker centers and food courts. Where to eat seafood? There are many seafood restaurants along East Coast Parkway. Among them are Jumbo and New Kheng Luck Restaurants. The paper wrapped process seals in the original flavours of the marinates, seasonings and the chicken pieces.