Looking for new places to eat in Singapore? We have rounded our favourites and picked out some of the very best restaurants in Singapore for foodies like you. From Western food to Chinese dim sum, Indian or Japanese cuisine, this is your ultimate good food bucket list. There’s also a fab mix of rooftop restaurants with great views, perfect for date night!
Best restaurant with a view for a brunch date: Stellar at 1-Altitude
Every Sunday from 12 to 3pm, this sky-high rooftop restaurant serves up a fab weekend brunch. The menu offers three price points, starting at $80 for an alcohol-free Communal Brunch menu. There’s also an a la carte brunch menu available. Add on another $80 for free-flow Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut champagne, cocktails and wine.
A popular spot for a post-work tipple or a birthday blowout, the idyllic spot is one of a handful of vantage points in Singapore that remarkably make Marina Bay Sands look small. At a nail-biting 62 floors up, the panoramic views of the city skyline truly are breathtaking. And with a menu that reaches equal heights, there really is only one word to describe it – stellar!
The experiential flair at this progressive Australian restaurant is always impressive, and their Bubbles & BBQ Sunday Brunch is nothing different. Guests can opt to take their pick from the a la carte brunch menu, with highlights including the croissant ‘Croque Monsieur’ with pastrami, bechamel and gruyere ($18) and the roasted fremantle octopus with lardo and smoked mash ($42). But if you’ve skipped breakfast for a reason, then the Communal Brunch Menu is hard choice to beat. At $80 per person, groups can customise a three-course meal from a selection of 16 starters, mains and desserts to share. The Iberico cold cuts charcuterie with sourdough and onion marmalade is a sure-win starter, whilst forks will battle for the last bite of duck leg confit, perfectly complemented by the pea and clam spelt risotto with beetroot crumb.
Top Indian restaurant in Singapore: Shahi Maharani
With its long-standing history of 23 years, this family-run spot is among the best Indian restaurants in Singapore. Dressed in traditional wood-focused décor, it’s a grand setup that almost makes you feel like you’ve been transported to the regal palaces of India.
Fans of tandoori dishes will love the savoury selection of vegetarian and meaty options cooked in a traditional clay tandoor. The Tandoori Milawat ($45.00) includes a fab assortment of meats; sink your teeth into tender chicken tikka, flaky barramundi tikka, juicy lamb kebabs and charred garlic prawns, served on a sizzling platter for good measure. Another popular starter is the Bhindi ($16): okra fritters deep-fried to perfection in an addictive batter – delightfully crisp and light, with the right amount of bite. There’s also the prawn korma ($36), which features a rich blend of cashews, cottage cheese, spices and succulent prawns. This creamy concoction is best enjoyed with a generous mound of fragrant saffron rice ($11) and a garlic naan ($8). For dessert, don’t leave without trying the kulfi sampler platter ($17), which gets you a mix of flavours for variety. It’s the perfect end to an amazing feast!
Top restaurant in Singapore for Western food: 665°F
Sitting at the top of Andaz Singapore at Level 38, 665°F is the hotel’s premium steakhouse restaurant. You can take in the rich interior inspired by classic Savile-Row tailor shops and stunning views of the Singapore skyline. Named after the temperature of the Pira oven and grill in which sits in the heart of a show kitchen, 665°F is a cosy dining experience specialising in prime cuts and sustainable seafood.
Helming the kitchen is Chef de Cuisine Wan Azhari, who has cut his teeth at five-star luxury hotels and worked alongside Michelin-star guest chefs. Top seafood picks are the Hokkaido scallops (from $32) with lemon, toasted pistachio, and espelette pepper, and the grilled king crab leg (from $45) with garlic butter. For meats, you won’t go wrong with the Rangers Valley Beef Tomahawk ($18 per 100g), perfect for sharing across the table. There’s also an amazing array of sweet treats to round up the meal; a signature is the crème caramel ($12) with Madagascar vanilla.
On weekdays, enjoy one-for-one on selected wines by the glass or bottle! Don’t miss the Magum (1500ml) deals, too.
Top restaurants for steaks: Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
The famous Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is a beautiful restaurant in Singapore with solid walnut floors and a gorgeous mahogany bar shining under the chandeliers. There’s a warm buzz around the place.
The menu is a lovely mix of the freshest seafood and meat dishes you’ll find, served with tasty, crunchy salads. The staff are knowledgeable and know exactly how to advise on the ordering – a good thing, as portions are very generous! Must-tries include the seafood platter ($55): super fresh baby lobster, lump crab and giant shrimp served with a spicy cocktail sauce. For something light and fresh, go for the Beverly Hills chopped salad ($23): a fresh mix of avocado, carrots, corn and greens such as fresh baby spinach and romaine lettuce, very finely chopped and tossed with a light sprinkle of feta cheese. Wolfgang’s is famed for its USDA Prime 28-day dry-aged steak, and a popular option is the Porterhouse Steak for Two option ($206). For sides, keep it simple with the German potatoes ($24) along with a portion of creamed spinach ($17), which is always hard to resist.
And if you somehow still have space for dessert, try the crème brûlée ($16) and chocolate lava cake ($22). There’s also an extensive wine cellar with New and Old World wines that have been carefully selected for their flavour pairing. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is a must-visit for special occasions.
Top rooftop restaurant with Italian cuisine: Dolce Vita
If you’re looking for places to eat in Singapore for your next romantic dinner, Italian restaurant Dolce Vita is a must-try. Overlooking the beautiful pool area of Mandarin Oriental Singapore, the rooftop restaurant lets you sit outdoors for a relaxing meal, or indoors where you get equally superb views of the Marina Bay thanks to the floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Throw in the delicious Italian menu, and it’s clear the Dolce Vita folks know what they’re doing; and they do it well.
Passionate about retaining the true spirit of traditional Italian cuisine, Dolce Vita features the freshest of produce and the finest seasonal ingredients, crafted into delicious creations including handmade pastas, risotto and mains. Highlights on the menu include the Risotto Mantova ($32): special Riserva Acquerello rice with roasted pumpkin, aged Castelmagno, and Cantabrico anchovies. There’s also the slow-braised and roasted Dorper lamb ($48) with Japanese eggplant purée, bell pepper salsa and red wine jus. Complete the meal on a satisfying sweet note with classic Italian desserts such as the Grandma’s oven-baked seasonal fruit tart ($14) or the iconic tiramisu ($16).
Top Japanese restaurant with amazing ambience: Keyaki
If there’s an award for the Japanese restaurant with the best ambience, it’d probably go to Keyaki at Pan Pacific Singapore. Walking to the 140-seater is already an experience in itself; the entrance is located via a sheltered walkway, which features an immaculately manicured garden and a koi pond. The beautiful setting is inspired by the minka, or traditional Japanese house, and it’ll make you feel like you’ve been transported to the land of the rising sun! The main dining area is spacious and tastefully decorated, but for special celebrations, you can consider booking one of the private dining areas or the Garden Pavilion right next door. We think this ranks as one of the most unique places to eat in Singapore!
Go for the Ten Teppanyaki ($200), a 10-course prix fixe menu with premium options like teppanyaki-style wagyu beef sirloin and lobster, along with a choice of sashimi or assorted tempura, plus fried rice, miso soup and more. The Nigiri Sushi Moriawase ($110) is another great choice for its variety; you get eight nigiri sushi, one sushi roll, steamed egg custard, a simmered dish, and a miso soup. If you’re here on a weekend afternoon (11.30am to 2.30pm), get the seven-course, kaiseki-style weekend brunch, which is a steal at $75 per person (without drinks). Make it a boozy affair by topping up $90 for free-flow champagne, beers, wines and selected sakes!
Best restaurant for affordable dim sum: Red House Seafood
Wondering where to eat in Singapore? Love dim sum and Chinese food? There’s an amazing dim sum buffet available at Red House Seafood Grand Copthorne Waterfront and Prinsep Street from Monday to Friday ($36.80 per person), 12pm to 2.30pm, and on weekends ($42.80) from 11am to 3pm. Top up $55 for 90 minutes of free-flow champagne, beer, house wines, gin and tonic and soft drinks, chilled juice and ice lemon tea. There’s also another free-flow option that excludes champagne, at a top-up of $28 instead.
There are more than 50 delicious-sounding items on the menu, and despite the seafood moniker there are plenty of non-fishy dishes to enjoy. Kickstart the feasting with the famous selection of assorted handcrafted dim sum comprising steamed pork and shrimp siew mai, oriental dumplings with black vinegar and chilli oil, and wild truffle mushroom dumplings, which are packed with king oyster, shiitake and umami mushrooms. Then, tuck into some of the specialty dishes that are valid for one-time order, such as the salted egg calamari, and the show-stopping deep-fried barramundi fillet with Nyonya sauce. Custard buns and baked egg tarts are the ideal light dessert to finish, accompanied by a cup of comforting glutinous rice tea, brewed to nutty, earthy perfection.
Best high tea: Sofitel Singapore City Centre
Available from 19 August to 30 November 2021, “An Artful High Tea” is a collaboration between Sofitel Singapore City Centre and The Art Faculty (TAF). The exquisite afternoon tea experience takes place at the hotel’s casual chic coffee bar Coffea, where afternoon tea-goers are presented with a limited-edition two-tiered box. This one-of-a-kind box features an artwork Selena Seow, a gifted artist from The Art Faculty, a social enterprise by Autism Resource Centre (Singapore).
The stunning gold-hued afternoon tea box features an illustration by Selena titled “Looking Through”. The talented 25-year-old artist, who is on the autism spectrum, has taken references from the heritage shophouses lining Tanjong Pagar and Neil Road – a stone’s throw from Sofitel Singapore City Centre. She used colour pencils to create the intricate piece, and the result is a vibrant image that evokes a sense of nostalgia.
The artwork shines the spotlight on the shophouses, which are treasured masterpieces of Singapore’s culturally diverse past. A bamboo frame surrounds the shophouses to highlight the city’s architectural beginnings; bamboo was a main building block used in construction work in the past. The stunning visual gives viewers a glimpse of history, while showcasing the artist’s keen attention to detail.
Open the box and you’ll find a dreamy medley of bite-sized treats specially curated to pay homage to Singapore’s culinary heritage. Start off with the savoury selection; highlights include a sambal salmon roll with caviar and fresh herbs – smoked salmon mixed with homemade sambal chilli paste, rolled neatly into a crepe wrap. For sweets, don’t miss out on Sofitel’s Portuguese egg tart, baked to caramelised goodness. Scone lovers will enjoy the aromatic pandan scones made with coconut flakes, gula melaka and fresh pandan leaves. Meanwhile, fans of durian will love the decadent durian choux pastry with vanilla; it features a fluffy choux filled with durian puree, coconut cream and gula melaka.
Book in now!
An Artful High Tea costs $108 per set on weekdays and $118 on weekends. Each set serves two people and includes your choice of Grand Cru coffee by Nespresso or TWG teas. It’s also available for takeaway on the hotel’s e-shop. To make a table reservation, email HA152@sofitel.com.
To find out more about TAF artists, visit theartfaculty.sg.
Great Italian brunch in the city: Dolce Vita
For a bellissimo brunch in the heart of the city, complete with resplendent bay-side views, try rooftop restaurant Dolce Vita in Mandarin Oriental, Singapore. More than just an Italian restaurant, it’s also the perfect spot for a birthday brunch or ladies’ luncheon as the setting is fresh and summery.
The premium produce used in the kitchen here is flown in directly from Italy, so you know you’re in for a treat. The three-hour brunch takes place from 12pm to 3pm on Saturdays, and costs $118 per person for the non-alcoholic option (including free-flow soft drinks and juices). You can take things up a notch – and why not? – by topping up $40 for unlimited “R” de Ruinart Champagne, house pour wines and beers.
Brunch begins with a selection of fine Italian cold cuts and cheeses. Cleanse your palate with the refreshing cured hamachi salad with lemon dressing, salmon roe, kumquat and radish. You can also treat yourself to oysters on ice, or a lentil soup with black truffle emulsion; or overload on carby picks like acquerello risotto with saffron, slow-cooked pork and cheese fondue, and homemade orecchiette with seafood ragout. For mains, the slow-braised lamb shank is a crowd favourite.
Make space for the array of pastries on offer. From dainty macarons and pralines to exquisite desserts like green tea coconut tart, the sinful spread makes this brunch a winner for anyone with a sweet tooth.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue
Al Fresco Dining at Duxton Hill: Latteria Mozzarella Bar
This charming Duxton Hill spot comfortably fits up to 50 guests (subject to safe distancing restrictions). There’s also an indoor setting that’s intimate enough for date nights and family dinners. In addition, if you fancy an alfresco experience on a breezy night, there’s a picture-perfect outdoor terrace that’s also popular for parties.
The speciality here is the fresh mozzarella selection, flown in from Italy twice a week. A must-try is the Bocconcini in Carrozza ($22): deep-fried buffalo milk mozzarella with a flavourful, peppery arrabbiata sauce. Fill up on the crab and mascarpone linguine ($30) – al dente pasta tossed in an indulgent crab meat sauce – or the vegetarian-friendly homemade gnocchi with porcini and truffle cream ($33). Prefer something meatier? Go for the slow-roasted lamb shanks with a red wine casserole and chickpeas ($38). And do make room for the raspberry and pistachio meringue cake ($16), a simple yet satisfying end to the meal.
40 Duxton Hill
Restaurant with a great view: Artemis Grill & Sky Lounge
With spectacular views across to Marina Bay Sands from its floor-to-ceiling glass windows, Artemis Grill is a stunning space for both day and night dining.
The menu is modern Mediterranean with strong French and Italian references – and you may have trouble deciding what to order. The chicken liver parfait ($22), served with rhubarb jam and brioche, is so good you’ll have to hold yourself back from licking the bowl. The colour of the seared Boston lobster ($35) pops against the vivid green of the minty sweet peas, and tastes just as good; you can also order this as a main ($70).
If you’re a meat lover, try the perfectly cooked and simply served beef striploin ($60) – it’s full of flavour, with the flame-seared outside giving way to a melt-in-your-mouth tender steak. The juicy Iberico Pork Secreto ($40) is perfectly accompanied by an apple-miso puree and pork crackle (which you will fight over with your dinner guest!). But, there are plenty of dishes for vegetarians and pescatarians, too. Make sure you order the delicious crushed potatoes ($12) as a side dish!
The team is exceptionally professional and attentive, without being obtrusive. Requests are carried out with genuine thoughtfulness and in a swift, fuss-free manner.
Great for: Both, business lunches and romantic date nights. Tip: The restaurant is very popular for large corporate gatherings, so check when you book, if this might bother you.
– Kel Flanders
Fine Dining Restaurant: La Dame de Pic
The fine dining cuisine at La Dame de Pic at Raffles Singapore showcases a clever medley of flavours, cooking techniques and the use of natural herbs and elements from locl and regional markets. These are exquisite dishes that reveal influences from the Asian region while staying true to the essence of Valence, France, Chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s birthplace. This is one splurge-worthy spot to celebrate all occasions, from anniversaries to birthdays.
Dinner starts from $248 per person, and you can opt for a wine and sake ($158) or non-alcoholic pairing ($68). We definitely recommend indulging in the Berlingots, signature pasta parcels found in all of Chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s restaurants around the world, adapted to reflect the character of each establishment. La Dame de Pic’s version incorporates an Asian flair using herb of grace, which enhances the French cheese fondue filling. Don’t miss the festive menus, too. Dinner is served on Christmas Eve, followed by lunch and dinner the next day. On New Year’s Eve, enjoy a special dinner with highlights like scallop from Normandy and Melanosporum black truffle.
Grand Lobby, Raffles Singapore
1 Beach Road
Michelin-starred Restaurant: Jag
Restaurant Jag is the perfect setup for date nights and intimate celebrations. The kitchen is helmed by Chef Jeremy, and focuses on French fine dining built around the season’s produce and the diner’s dietary preferences. Fresh, seasonal vegetables are the highlight, and are infused with wild-foraged herbs of Savoie, France. Hence, no two meals are the same here. Think of it as a surprise!
For dinner, an eight-course omakase discovery degustation menu ($223 per person) is available. You can also opt for a wine pairing ($198) for your meal.
Weekend Brunch: Edge
When: Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 3pm
What’s popping: It’s $175 per person on Sundays and $138 per person on Saturdays, for free-flow Taittinger Brut Champagne, passionfruit mojito, premium gins, red and white wines. There’s also a non-alcoholic version ($98 for adults, $49 for children on Sundays; $62 for adults, $31 for children on Saturdays), which includes unlimited servings of orange juice, ice lemon tea, coffee and tea.
The oh-so-popular Sunday brunch at Pan Pacific Singapore’s main restaurant Edge is finally back! This brunch buffet strikes the balance between being classy enough to make it feel like a special occasion, and relaxed enough so you don’t feel intimidated.
The feast begins with a seafood platter that showcases some of the freshest picks, including seasonal oysters, Boston lobster, crayfish and black mussels. Love Japanese cuisine? Tuck into tuna and salmon sashimi, plus delicious sushi. Meat lovers will be pleased with the range of meaty options, including the grilled beef with house-made Japanese sauce and mustard, and the slowcooked beef rendang with turmeric rice. For vegetarians, there’s even a selection of plant-based dishes like the refreshing tabbouleh salad with a lemon dressing. Brunch staples are a must-try, too, especially the truffle and chive scrambled eggs with smoked salmon on sourdough toast – yum! And don’t forget the wide array of Asian options; highlights include the restaurant’s signature Nyonya laksa with baby lobster, Hainanese chicken rice, and chilli crab with deep fried mantou buns.
Remember to save space for the splendid spread of desserts, which include dainty pastries like dual chocolate verrine, chocolate sea salt tart and chocolate praline cake, assorted Nyonya kuehs, and a low-gluten selection of sweets.
Daily Champagne Brunch: House of AnLi Bistro
When: Weekdays from 9am to 3pm, and weekends from 9am to 6pm
What’s popping: A special champagne brunch at $248 for two people. It includes a bottle of Perrier Jouët Champagne Grand Brut, two glasses of freshly pressed orange or apple juice, two cups of Allpress coffee, a choice of bread (croissant, pain au chocolat or bread basket), and two brunch dishes (Eggs Benedict with spinach, salmon, ham or truffle mushroom; and organic NZ eggs cooked to your style, served with spinach, salmon, ham or truffle mushroom).
Started by the team behind furniture and homeware store House of AnLi, this super stylish bistro is bright and spacious with tall ceilings and lots of natural light peeking through, thanks to its massive bay windows. There’s a relaxed charm about the space, whether you’re having an intimate dinner with family or hosting a private party for a special occasion.
Brunch is served all day (from 9am to 3pm on weekdays and 9am to 6pm on weekends), so it’s perfect for those who want a lie-in. There’s also a wide range of mains like pastas, platters and gourmet sandwiches to choose from. If you’re bringing the littles, they’ll be pleased with the kids’ menu (for those under 10 years), which includes easy eats like bolognese pasta ($16) and chicken sausage with Belgian fries and apple mousse ($16).
Outdoor Sunday Brunches: Kwee Zeen
When: Sundays from 12pm to 3pm
What’s popping: Served on a tower, the Ultimate Sunday Brunch starts at $158 for two to three diners. Two hours of free-flow champagne is at a top-up of $68. In December, the festive brunch costs $128 per person; add on unlimited champagne for $98.
For an escape “away” from the city, Kwee Zeen at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa is a winner. With its ample space, high ceilings and dark wood furnishings, the restaurant’s resort vibes are enough to transport you to beach holiday mode. Take a seat at the alfresco dining area, which was what we did, and enjoy the sea breeze with bottomless Taittinger champagne over the course of the indulgent tower-style brunch.
As self-serve buffets aren’t allowed at the moment, the restaurant has come up with a different way to present the feast using a massive three-tiered tower. It’s clever, and dare I say, even better for a lazy diner like myself. Oh, and did I mention there’s a separate bucket of seafood on ice? Freshly shucked oysters, Boston lobsters and plump prawns made the perfect start to our meal.
Moving onto the tiers, we were wowed by the well-varied spread, which included an assortment of sushi, breakfast items like eggs benedict, and a medley of cheeses and charcuterie to nibble on. On the local front, we wiped out the slow-cooked satay beef cheek and chilli crab mantou. By the time we reached the desserts, we were stuffed but managed to stomach some pastries and pancakes, which were all delicious. There was a constant refill of bubbly and not once were our glasses empty. Don’t miss the roving cocktail station, too. That was a big highlight of our meal!
The outdoor area looks over the resort pool, so it almost felt like we were on a different island. We can’t travel just yet, but this was the next best alternative to a beach break, especially since there’s direct access to Tanjong Beach for post-brunch sun-seeking.
Champagne Brunch on Sunday: Brasserie Les Saveurs
When: Sunday, from 12pm to 2pm.
Whats popping: Brunch without drinks costs $138 per person and $75 per child. For free-flow wines, the brunch costs $168 per person. Champagne lovers can opt for unlimited Champagne Barons de Rothschild Brut NV ($198), Barons de Rothschild Rose NV ($288), Champagne Barons de Rothschild Blanc de Blancs NV ($338), or Champagne Barons de Rothschild Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2008 ($548).
Plated brunches have never been so much fun and most of the menu is served automatically (depending on dining preferences and any food allergies of course which is asked on arrival). The choice here at The St. Regis Singapore’s Champagne Brunch is amazing and once you’ve selected your accompanying drink package, you’re set to go. First course was a fresh seafood platter (Plateau de Fruits de Mer), which featured beautiful Alaskan king crab, oysters (French, of course), Manila clams and mussels all served with lemon wedges, spicy chilli and Thousand Island sauce. Entrees came next with tasting portions of chicken caesar salad, burrata, Bayonne ham and rock melon, duck rillettes, and chirashi donburi: a rice bowl filled with salmon, tuna, octopus, cucumber, tamagoyyaki and salmon roe.
You choose your main courses too; we opted for the seared beef tenderloin served with mashed potatoes and French beans, plus a pan-seared toothfish with chorizo bell peppers and baby artichoke. Chef’s specials and ‘Entrée Chaude’ items were also served throughout the brunch. We especially loved the marinated salmon buckwheat blinis, the beef tartare and grilled Boston lobster with garlic parsley butter.
Dessert was fab, too. The chef brings out the trolley to your table so you can sample the gorgeous cakes, along with a yum cheese platter, without leaving your seat. The freshly flambeed Crêpes Suzette was a delight as well. A real Sunday treat!
Initially, we weren’t sure what to expect with this different style of brunch. After trying it, we ended up preferring it as all the dishes were served in perfectly sized portions, so we got to try more food than we normally would at regular buffets.
Free flow brunches: Beach Road Kitchen
When: Sunday, 12 to 2.30pm.
What’s popping: The brunch is priced at $108 per adult and $48 per kid. Top up $60 for free-flow champagnes, beers and wines. During the festive period (from 29 November to 3 January 2021), the Sunday brunch is priced at $178 per person (with unlimited drinks).
While a part of me misses the Instagrammable expanses of seafood and up-close selection of roast meats at the old-style buffet brunches, there is something leisurely about being brought small plates of food in a regular fashion – and it puts an end to the terrible piled-high plate of “a little bit of everything.”
Beach Road Kitchen is named after the markets that used to stand on this site since the 1870s, and there is a strong focus on local foods as well as fresh seafood and salads. The cold seafood platter was super fresh and the crab (which is normally too complicated for me) was perfectly cracked and accessible. The kids loved the pizza (served by the slice so you don’t over order), handmade wagyu tortellini, as well as local highlights like chicken rice and laksa. We ordered multiple plates of the grilled meats; the pork belly was especially good – the crackling was melt-in-the-mouth crispy.
Trolleys offered items like sushi and sashimi, a whole fish baked in salt, and cocktails. We enjoyed a rosemary gin concoction and a surprisingly zesty twist on a Blue Lagoon. Individual cakes and desserts were served as a sampler platter and the kids loved the soft-serve ice cream while we had some cheeses.
This is a lovely casual brunch with friendly staff in a light and bright location. Definitely a place to bring the kids, enjoy a couple of hours of conversation and relax.
Top tip: If you’re a Marriott Bonvoy member, a 30 percent discount on the non-alcoholic package makes this a very affordable Sunday brunch!
Italian Restaurant at Holland Village: La Nonna
This modern trattoria sits at the heart of Holland Village. With a name that means “The Grandmother’ in Italian, La Nonna serves hearty and honestly good Italian dishes – much like how Grandma would have cooked them, and in a unpretentious atmosphere.
There are some great weekday lunch offers (11.30am-2.30pm); these include a three-course set lunch for $26, and one-for-one specials, also on takeaway orders. And on Sundays (except public holidays), children aged three to 10 years dine for free; each child receives a free eight-inch pizza or small pasta with every accompanying adult.
Happy Hour is another great time to visit; you can enjoy a Prosecco Promo for $35 (750ml) with a complimentary side of assorted Italian sausages, bruschetta, calamari or arancini, while draught beer is just $10 per pint, and a glass of wine just $8!
La Nonna offers island-wide delivery for a flat fee of just $6.
26/26B Lorong Mambong
6468 1982 | lanonna.sg
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