Singapore is renowned for its world-class cuisine, and one of the biggest indicators of a restaurant’s quality is the number of Michelin stars it has. In fact, Singapore is home to 14 restaurants that have earned Michelin stars, making it one of the best cities in Asia for fine dining.
The highest honor is three stars, which indicates that the restaurant serves exceptional cuisine and is worth a special journey. Singapore’s three Michelin-starred restaurants are Odette, Les Amis, and Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro.
Odette and Les Amis are both French establishments that serve up classic yet modern takes on French cuisine. Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro specializes in authentic Szechuan cuisine with a modern twist. Each of these restaurants has been awarded the coveted three stars due to their excellence in food and service.
There are also 11 restaurants in Singapore with one or two Michelin stars, including Burnt Ends, Labyrinth, Candlenut Kitchen, Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, Waku Ghin, Shinji by Kanesaka, Joël Robuchon Restaurant and more. These restaurants serve up some of the best dishes in Singapore from various cuisines such as French-Japanese fusion to traditional Chinese dishes.
Singapore’s fine dining scene has come a long way since its first Michelin star was awarded to Les Amis in 2016. The city now boasts an impressive selection of Michelin-starred restaurants that are sure to please any discerning diner looking for high quality food and service.
Singapore is home to 14 Michelin star restaurants including 3 with 3 stars and 11 with 1 or 2 stars respectively. It offers some of the best dishes from various cuisines such as French-Japanese fusion to traditional Chinese dishes for those looking for high quality food and service.