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Best Unspecified Restaurants in Robertson Quay


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A photo of Pixy Contemporary French Cuisine and Bar restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Institution Hill
If you’ve strolled down Mohamed Sultan Road lately, you might have noticed Pixy Contemporary French Cuisine and Bar, a new kid on the River Valley block of bars and restaurants that specialises in a delightful fusion of Singaporean, Japanese and European flavours. Treat yourself to the signature degustation menu, or take your pick from a series of beautifully plated seasonal specials, meats and desserts, designed to enhance your dining experience at this cosy and intimate space. With a wide assortment of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails available at the bar, you’re all set for a perfect evening out, so why not book ahead to snag the best seats?
A photo of Wolfgang's Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Robertson Quay
A photo of The Best Brew restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Kembangan
For those looking for a hidden gem to chill out, Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview is the place to go. And that’s all thanks to The Best Brew, its hotel bar on the first floor. Featuring panoramic views across the Singapore River, this bar and restaurant offers a one-of-a-kind setting that’s ideal for any occasion. Found on Havelock Road in Robertson Quay, this bar and restaurant is a must-visit for locals and travellers alike. Enjoy its exclusive craft beer, Tall Tale Pale Ale, that is not available anywhere else in the world, with a wide selection of delicious bar bites. And groove to live band entertainment on selected nights. So whether you’re in the mood for a beer, a cocktail or some excellent bar bites – book ahead to save your table at this riverside beer paradise today!
A photo of In Bad Company restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Institution Hill
In Bad Company in Singapore is a charming craft beer bar that serves top-quality Asian fusion dishes which locals and tourists just can’t seem to get enough of. Located in The Herencia on Kim Yam Road in River Valley, In Bad Company prides itself on being a bad influence on its customers. As they say: have one more, you’re In Bad Company. So if you’re after a fun space to share a few drinks with friends or if you want somewhere exciting to go with a special someone, then you won’t regret spending some time In Bad Company. Bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.
A photo of The Boiler - Esplanade restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Kembangan
The Boiler Singapore is all about Cajun-inspired seafood that’s cooked using a wide selection of local and western herbs and spices. Specialising in the unique American dish known as seafood boil, this stylish restaurant in Esplanade aims to ignite your senses with fresh seafood and an infectious atmosphere that features excellent music and delicious drinks alongside. While seafood is the signature here, you’ll also find several non-seafood options on the menu. This means everyone is more than catered for no matter what they prefer. Popular for very good reason, The Boiler at Esplanade is not to be missed. You’ll find it along Raffles Avenue within Esplanade Mall – bookings are recommended.
A photo of Chuān @ The Sixtieth restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Raffles Place
Located on the 60th storey of the iconic UOB Plaza in the heart of Singapore, Chuān @ The Sixtieth is a branch from the talented team behind Si Chuān Dou Hua. This spectacular dining space offers guests a 360-degree view of the city skyline, which makes for the perfect backdrop while you dine on mouthwatering Chinese fare and sip on your tipple of choice. This Raffles Place hotspot is ideal for business lunches, corporate functions and those special celebrations, and the menu is brimming with creative and enticing SiChuān and Cantonese dishes that if you’re anything like us, will have you coming back time and time again. So do yourself a favour and reserve a spot at Chuān @ The Sixtieth at Raffles Place – you won’t be disappointed.
A photo of DC Comics Super Heroes Cafe - Takashimaya restaurant
Very Good(41)
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Boulevard
For graphic novel fans in Singapore, DC Super Heroes Cafe at Takashimaya is no doubt the choice for tasty food and an experience like no other. This is a superhero paradise and boasts a themed American-style menu ranging from burgers to soups, salads, pasta dishes, steaks, seafood and pizza – each inspired by a popular DC graphic novel. The restaurant includes feature walls of your favourite superheroes and the team here quite clearly love what they do. So for a delicious and seriously fun experience, fly into DC Super Heroes Cafe at Takashimaya along Orchard Road. This is one popular spot, however, so reservations are essential to avoid missing out.
A photo of Bull and Bear restaurant
Very Good(12)
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • China Square
Bull and Bear in Singapore serves top quality European inspired cuisine, such as pizzas, steaks and even fish and chips. Located on the corner of Cross and Pekin Street in the iconic Chinatown, Bull and Bear is perfect for catching up with friends over a drink and some fantastic food after a hard days work. This chic and cosy bar and restaurant offers both in and outdoor seating where you can sit back and relax enjoying the chilled out atmosphere as you catch the latest sporting event on one of their many big screen TVs. To avoid missing out, book your table in advance.
A photo of Lantern restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Clifford Pier
Located on the rooftop of The Fullerton Bay Hotel on Collyer Quay, Lantern Rooftop Bar boasts stunning panoramic views of Marina Bay and Singapore’s glittering skyline. Indulge in the menu of international cuisine and sip on handcrafted cocktails to the soundtrack of djs spinning house music – whether it's day or night, Lantern Rooftop Bar is one of Raffles Place’s trendiest hangouts, popular with locals and hotel guests alike. To guarantee a table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
A photo of ELIZA restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Chinatown
ELIZA in Singapore is many things. It’s a hyper-stylish cocktail lounge where you can sit and listen to beautiful jazz renditions of popular music. It’s a fancy fine dining restaurant serving both classic and contemporary Shanghainese cuisine, and it’s a nightclub where you can dance to the DJ's sweet beats all night long and until the sun comes up the next day. All of which is inspired by the narrative of a post-millennial Shanghai and the story of ELIZA – a girl who rebelled against her controlling stepmother and powerful father to embark on the carefree lifestyle as a London based fashion designer who embraced jazz music and gained notoriety for designing pinstriped suits, before moving back to Shanghai to try to overthrow her father and make her claim on the family business. You can find this amazing venue on Telok Ayer Street in Raffles Place. To ensure you don’t miss out, be sure to make a reservation to guarantee your spot in advance.
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