EAT: Singapore

Wear We Went rounds up the top restaurants to wine and dine in the food-loving city of Singapore. if you're ever visiting the little red dot, consider these authentic and delicious western dining experiences.



What happens when you put a Michelin-starred chef, an award-winning mixologist and Catalan based executive chef together? You get incredible hand-crafted cocktails and divine cuisine by FOC restaurant. Inspired by a small village in Barcelona, FOC creates a twist on classic spanish tapas. From the carefully crafted in-house cocktails such as their glorious gin and tonic, to fresh bread made daily. The restaurant is certainly worth a visit when looking for international cuisine in Singapore.


Luxe Sydney

Luxe Sydney in Singapore focuses on quality product and premium service. Luxe is the quintessential Sydney all-day dining venue, brought to Singapore. The restaurant offers contemporary Australian cuisine and is known for its decadent brunch offerings. The venue has subtle, local influences with a western feel making it a fine establishment for dining on the weekends. 


Coq & Balls

If the quirky name doesn’t capture your attention, the food and drinks at Coq & Balls will. Since 2007, the open air bar has provided patrons in Singapore with classic cocktails and mouth-watering food. From their juicy burgers to their spicy bloody marys, Coq & Balls is the perfect place for happy hour or even late night bites in the lion city.


Bread Street Kitchen

Using fresh, seasonal ingredients, Bread Street Kitchen delivers globally-inspired menus to the high standard you’d expect from a Gordon Ramsay restaurant. The menus are regularly updated throughout the year to reflect the latest seasonal produce. From bottomless London brunches to irresistible breakfasts, Bread Street Kitchen offers delicious food to satisfy your tastebuds. It’s a destination restaurant that takes its striking design cues from old and new worlds and has a distinct English vibe.