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Best European Restaurants in Tanjong Pagar

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A photo of Pasta Brava restaurant
4.4
Awesome(1)
Price: Moderate
• European • Maxwell
Kindly contact Pasta Brava directly if your preferred dining period is unavailable. Tables will only be held for 15 minutes after the reservation time. Pasta Brava is the definition of good pasta. It’s been on the block down Tanjong Pagar’s Craig Road for over two decades now, and this family-run Italian restaurant in Singapore shows no signs of slowing down, except to offer guests attentive service and a relaxed, intimate and all-Italian dining experience. Pasta Brava ‘s homely restaurant is split over two levels, necessary when the weekend’s hordes of diners clamour for tables – this is one of the city’s most beloved Italian joints, a restaurant whose classically-structured menu is as seasonal and colourful as those you find back in the old country.
A photo of Murray Terrace Brasserie restaurant
4.0
Excellent(0)
Price: Moderate
• European • Chinatown
Named after the 1929 original name of the building and located off Maxwell Road, the outlet is open throughout the day. The menu’s seasonal-inspired fare incorporates a Southern Euro-Mediterranean style cuisine, delivering the best grass fed meats, sustainable seafoods, organic poultry and vegetarian brasserie fare, created with health & wellness in mind. The premium wine selection forms the backbone of the beverage offering
A photo of COUCOU restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(0)
Price: Moderate
• European • Chinatown
Incredibly passionate about authentic Swiss cuisine, COUCOU in Tanjong Pagar is a restaurant making waves on Singapore’s dining scene. Renowned for its fantastic selection of meat, fish and Swiss cheeses, the menu at this vibrant Craig Road venue is a joy to behold. Signature dishes whipped up by the kitchen team include potato rösti with veal sausage, a Genevan classic of trout fillet and an unmissable cheese board. Make sure you leave some room for dessert too, as the Swiss meringues with red fruits and gruyère double cream are of the highest quality. If the idea of tucking into some authentic Swiss delicacies in a casual setting sounds like your kind of evening, we recommend rolling down to COUCOU for a good feed.
A photo of Six Senses Brasserie restaurant
4.2
Awesome(1)
Price: Moderate
• European • Chinatown
Six Senses Brasserie in Tanjong Pagar is one of Singapore's best European-style brasseries. Serving up gourmet mains in comfortable surroundings, it's a great place for a family meal or working lunch. Located in the Six Senses Hotel on Cook Street, Murray Terrace focuses on sourcing the best of everything, from grass-fed beef to sustainably caught seafood. Menus are tailored to the changing seasons so they vary all the time, but there will always be a range of exceptional lamb, pork, poultry and duck options on offer. Whether you're staying at the hotel or visiting the area to shop, booking a table here is well worth a shot.
A photo of Bar-Roque Grill restaurant
4.0
Excellent(0)
Price: Moderate
• European • Anson
Please note that should Bar Roque’s inside area be fully booked customers will be seated outside. At Bar Roque, the medieval meets modern with flamboyant 17th-century decor that has been given a trendy, contemporary update. At this stylish Baroque-inspired (Bar Roque, get it??) restaurant on Tanjong Pagar Road, located inside the Amara Hotel, you will find classic French cuisine, banquet-style cuts of rotisserie meats and a range of sharing platters, giving you the full French banqueting experience. Book a table at Bar Roque for a lavish evening out in Singapore!
A photo of Les Bouchons - Ann Siang restaurant
2.5
(2)
Price: Moderate
• European • Chinatown
Les Bouchons Ann Siang in Singapore is the best in the business when it comes to serving the ultimate French dish – steak frites. With a few branches peppered around the little red dot after the first space opened on Club Street in 2002, this restaurant on Ann Siang Road near both Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar is cosy, stylish and home to a distinctive European and French flair which we cannot get enough of. While the house specialty is undoubtedly steak frites, you’ll also find French starters, seafood and other classics alongside. Sourcing high quality meat and potatoes from France to go alongside the carefully curated wine list makes this Singapore French restaurant our go-to for an exceptional dining experience. Reservations at Les Bouchons are essential.
A photo of GAIG Restaurant Singapore restaurant
4.4
Awesome(19)
Price: Moderate
• European • Chinatown
Catalan cuisine has found a home in Singapore at GAIG Restaurant Singapore. Led by award-winning chef Carles Gaig, the menu revolves regularly, but you can expect a mix of classic Catalan dishes like Jamon croquettes or traditional cannelloni along with unique modern creations. Tapas is designed for sharing with friends and family and GAIG’s lively yet homely atmosphere is the perfect environment for this. The restaurant itself is full of charm, with lightwood tables and Catalan cookbooks adding a rustic feel. Near Telok Ayer station, GAIG Restaurant Singapore is the choice for tapas in the city, so book a table for a taste of authentic Catalan cuisine.
A photo of Frenchie Food & Wine Bar restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(0)
Price: Moderate
• European • Chinatown
Frenchie Wine Bar in Singapore is a French-inspired wine bar, but we’re sure you guessed that from the name. What the name doesn’t give away is just how much attention goes into the details of this restaurant, from the extensive wine list to the authentic French and European cuisine, including oysters, homemade foie gras terrine and brioche and the classic cheese souffle. Located on Teck Lim Road in Chinatown, Frenchie Wine Bar is the perfect spot to sit and while away the afternoon with some great food and a few glasses of exceptional wine. Space is limited so bookings are essential.
A photo of Racines restaurant
4.4
Awesome(22)
Price: Moderate
• European • Tanjong Pagar
Diners at Racines in Singapore are in for a treat, as award-winning chef Jean-Charles Dubois cooks up a menu of both French and Chinese classics. Despite being gourmet, the menu concept is playful; diners can pick their side, choosing between the same European and Asian ingredients cooked using either French or Chinese techniques. Some of the ingredients are even picked from the restaurant’s own herb garden! Watching the chefs work their magic in the open kitchen brings the experience to life, whether you’re there for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Racines on Wallich Street in Tanjong Pagar is a lively restaurant with a great concept, meaning there really is something for everyone.
A photo of Praelum Wine Bistro restaurant
4.3
Awesome(162)
Price: Moderate
• European • Chinatown
Praelum means press-beam or wine-press, a device used to extract the grape juice at the beginning of the winemaking process. Taking this device as its name, Praelum Wine Bistro reminds us that grapes come first, long before they have been vinified into the delicious libation that galvanizes the palates of so many gourmets. Situated amidst the vibrant dining community on Duxton Hill, an historic shophouse conservation area in Singapore, Praelum is all about enjoying French food and wine in an inspired ambience flanked by modern artwork and wine cellars, complete with unparalleled service. With premium cuisine and cocktails alongside its enviable selection of wine vintages, Praelum is a destination for the city’s lovers of the good life.
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