Singapore is a paradise for food lovers. The country
is not only known to present the most delicious Asian cuisine for the weary
traveller but western food in Singapore are also showcased in the most exquisite
dishes prepared by both local and international chefs. When one hears about
Western food, steak, burgers and fries immediately come to mind. Without
further ado, here are the top places to get the tastiest and most memorable Western
food in Singapore.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck
The meat here is so good it has been steadily gaining
a loyal following. CUT is one of the best steakhouses in Singapore that offer
the most superb selection of cuts imported from the US, Japan and Australia.
Their Bone in Rib Eye and Wagyu dishes are to die for. The restaurant even has
a New York vibe going on.
db Bistro Moderne
Those who have visited and dined here will agree that
db Bistro's signature db Burger is one of the best - if not the best - burger in town. Chef Daniel
Boulud's burgers have become one of the most hyped and beloved burgers in
Singapore. db burgers are made of an astounding 1.5-inch sirloin patty stuffed
with braised short ribs and buttery foie gras. It's cooked to a perfect
medium-rare which gives it its creamy texture. These burgers are served with
crispy and fluffy fries and mustard, mayo and ketchup.
This is the place to be for those hearty weekend
brunches with family and friends. Enjoy the mouth-watering Western comfort food
here which are visited by customers who enjoy brunches over the much more
formal setup of lunches. The restaurant serves a true American breakfast with
their special Truffle Scrambled Eggs, Eggs Gloria and Goat's cheese spinach and
mushrooms in the forefront. What Hummerstons is really famous for is their set
breakfast of eggs (prepared how you like them), juicy smoked pork, garlic
sausages, large crispy bacon strips, roasted mushrooms, grilled tomato and
asparagus and toast.
Salt Tapas &
An authentic meal is not complete without finishing it off with a yummy
dessert. Australian chef Luke Mangan’s Salt Tapas & Bar is a fairly new
establishment but already boasts an assortment of the most delectable desserts.
It serves the perfect treat in the form of a sweet and tarty dessert of two caramelised
figs served with a big slice of cinnamon-y baklava alongside a tart sorbet
sprinkled with candied ginger and pistachios.
One of the most well-loved Western side dish are
French fries and Esquina prepares one of the tastiest in Singapore. Aside from
serving their signature bone marrow with snails and ox-cheek oloroso, here
tourists can order their bountiful heap of medium-cut Garlic fries with chorizo
ketchup. The fries are cooked to a balance of crisp (on the outside) and
fluffiness (on the inside) and seasoned with garlic salt and rosemary.
Valentine’s Day is a celebration of feelings, affections, and love. This is one of the few holidays that is celebrated all around the world. Which is why this is one of the busiest days for people in the F&B (food and Beverage) industry. Singapore is a common destination for a Valentine get away for couples. For a less hassle date, always remember to plan your day ahead, do researches, check out food blogs in Singapore, and do reservations as much as possible. So here’s a list of Top Valentine’s day date-worthy restaurants to help couples decide where to go. The Cliff -Experience dining with an overlooking view of sunset reflecting on South China Sea and feeling the cold air with the one you love.
Cuisine: Contemporary Address: The Beaufort Sentosa, 2 Bukit Manis Rd Singapore 99891 Opening hours: Tuesdays – Sundays, 6:30pm-12:am For Reservations: (65) 6371 1425
Au Jardin -Fine dining restaurant with a relaxing surrounding of garden. Perfect for nature lover couples!
KU DE TA -This amazing rooftop restaurant Offers a breath taking view of Singapore skyline.
Cuisine: Asian Address: SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018971 Opening Hours: Daily: &am-11pm For Reservations: (65) 6688 7688
Oushin Japanese Steakhouse -The romantic and sophisticated feels that this establishment gives out to the diners is just perfect for a Valentine’s date spot.
Cuisine: Japanese Address: 02-391/392 City Mall Suntec, 3 Temasek Boulevard Opening hours: Mon-fri: 11:30am-3pm, 6pm-10pm; Sat-Sun: 11:30am-10pm For Reservation: (65) 6884 4805
Kombi Rocks Diner -Lets travel back in time with this diner that shows a memorabilia of the pasts. Perfect for old married couples.
Cuisine: Thai and Chinese Address: 66 Chu Kang Road Singapore 545568 Opening Hours: Mon-fri: 12pm-3pm, 6pm-10pm; Sat: 11am-11pm; Sun:10am-10pm For Reservations: (65) 9008 6918
Always remember that Valentine’s day is not just for lovers. You can always spend the day with anyone you love whether it’s your parents, siblings, cousins, or friends. The most important thing is to share the day with someone that makes you happy!
It has been a while since I updated you all. There are a lot of things happened beyond my control thus I have to set my priorities. It's not that blogging is not one of my priorities no, I love to write and I love sharing my experiences to all of you. I love that we share our thoughts to each and everyone through our own separate emails. :)
I just love it, it gives me a self of fulfillment. ;)
Any how, I would like to begin with sharing our dinner date (Ryan and I). If you have been reading my posts for a while now you'll know that Ryan is my Boyfriend - my better half.
We had our dinner at TGIFridays.
This is special since we ate here a week after we knew that the company where we are employed is actually closing down.
Does it sound weird? haha Celebrating yet we already knew that we are bum all of a sudden? The answer is no, it is not like what you think, the main reason on why I am sharing this is for you all to see on how we took the news in a positive way. We always look on the brighter side, maybe it was destined to happen for us to grow, for us to realize that indeed nothing is permanent. C'mon there are a lot of jobs awaiting for us there. We just have to stay positive! ;)
So what am I trying to say here? I guess what I really like to impose is that in every situation there is always the better side. You just have to stop, think, dig it and then you'll see it is not that bad after all.
As of now, I am already employed for almost a month. I already have friends. And I am enjoying my job. Just always remember that there's always a rainbow after the rain. ;)