Filed under: Dining
Fine dining in Singapore is a major national hobby. As I commented in another article, 10 Things to Eat in Singapore, in most countries, people say: "Hi, how are you?" In Singapore, they say "Hi, have you eaten?" usually followed by "What?" "Where?" and "How was it?"
I was introduced to Singaporean fine dining by Les Amis Group spokesman Raymond Lim at their decadent Les Amis restaurant on Scotts Road (above is their Ciabatta wrapped crispy egg). The restaurant is very true to the French methods of cooking and presentation, but what makes the experience so unique is the Japanese ingredients. It's not quite fusion; they're just making French food with different raw materials -- the results are delicious.
Les Amis Group owns a handful of beautiful dining venues in Singapore, including French, Japanese and Italian restaurants (the most popular European cuisine in the country). Have a look through the gallery for peeks into restaurants all over Singapore including the 2am Dessert Bar, City Space on the Swissotel's 70th floor and the sexy Scarlet Hotel.
Gallery: Fine Dining in Singapore
This trip was paid for by the Singapore Board of Tourism, but the views expressed within the post are 100% my own.