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Top 7 Unique Dining Experiences in Singapore
Whether you’re looking for a place for a date night, or a quick catchup with friends, here are some of the 10 most unique dining experiences in Singapore, from humble coffee shops to Michelin-starred restaurants.
Dine under the sea at Ocean Restaurant, located in the S.E.A. Aquarium at Sentosa. The restaurant offers a gorgeous view of the largest tank in the aquarium, home to hundreds of fish, amazing sharks and three beautiful manta rays.
The menu features both Asian and Western cuisine, featuring Drunken Abalone alongside Boston Lobster. Experience fine dining just a few feet away from some of the most awe-inspiring creatures of the deep.
Ser Seng Herbs Turtle Soup Restaurant
For those looking to try a unique delicacy, look no further than Ser Seng Herbs Turtle Soup Restaurant, which is located at Tai Thong Crescent. A historic location in the heart of Macpherson, Ser Seng has been established since the 1960s, before Singapore’s independence. The time-tested turtle soup recipe has lasted for generations, bringing joy to each and every one of its customers.
The restaurant offers its signature turtle soup, as well as other traditional Chinese soups, such as black chicken soup.
As a pop-up restaurant, Andsoforth offers you a new experience every time you visit. Have a 4-6 course meal amidst a live theatre performance, as dancers and actors twirl around you, telling stories in changing environments and costumes. Immerse yourself in the delights of music and art before you!
Andsoforth does not have a permanent location. When booking, they ask you to list your dietary requirements and contact details, and will send you the location 24 hours in advance.
Located in Kampong Glam, Sushi Airways offers something special for those of us who miss travelling right now: the chance to eat on an airplane! The interior of the restaurant is designed around a plane’s interior and serves Japanese cuisine.
Everything about the experience is designed to enhance the immersion, from plane windows to stare out at the street, to the booking receipts designed to look like plane tickets. Travel around the world!
Fans of the hit show Friends will recognise the name instantly, with its brick walls and diner-style vibes. Based on the cafe in which Rachel works in the show, Central Perk offers food and drink items named after Friends characters.
Part of the cafe also features a section designed after Monica’s kitchen from the show, another one of the main setpieces on Friends.
Nox — Dine in the Dark
A familiar name to many, Dine in the Dark has been running for over 8 years. At this restaurant, patrons will be blindfolded and eat their meal in a dark room, served by visually impaired waitstaff. These trained waitstaff will keep you comfortable and safe in this less-familiar environment.
Though originally at their Beach Road outlet, Nox will soon be moving to a new location in the CBD.
Cruise the beautiful harbour waters around Singapore on the open deck of a luxurious 22-sail, four-masted yacht. The Royal Albatross departs from Resorts World Sentosa, and is the only tall ship in Singapore.
Choose from a sunset sail dinner cruise that captures the beauty of the sky as the sun sets, or a morning breakfast cruise that gives you unique insights into how the ship sailed through the vast ocean during the golden age of the past and discoveries. Here, you can enjoy the brilliance of a City Lights Dinner Cruise with a 3-course dinner.
Whether you’re looking for a familiar environment with different tastes, or a once-in-a-lifetime fine dining experience, we’ve got you covered. The best dining experiences in Singapore don’t just place you in a foreign environment, they offer you something special, and memories that you can cherish for years to come.