Do you have an office near Amoy Street? We are very envious! This quiet alley has much to offer those desiring an afternoon snack or a post-work beverage, whether it’s slurping pho or getting down and dirty with a classic cheeseburger. So the next time the throngs at Amoy Street Food Centre overwhelm you, take a trip down Amoy Street’s row of restaurants for a lunchtime adventure to remember.
|Contact Details||+65 6513 7868|
|Address||84 Amoy Street, Singapore 069903|
Food should be a pleasurable experience, and chefs Rishi Naleendra and Gareth Burnett have created a space to reflect that. They’ll savor wonderful meals like a grilled oyster with betel leaf, coconut, and finger lime, and Sri Lankan stout with licorice bread, thanks to five- to eight-course tasting menus and a broad selection of wine. What a magnificent experience!
|Address||98 Amoy Street, Singapore 069918|
Free-flowing egg Servers will pour an egg mixture into a moat surrounding the BBQ plate if desired, so you can cook it to your taste. Wang Dae Bak, on the other hand, offers a full menu of homey Korean delicacies including army stew and the crowd-pleasing kimchi pancake if you’d rather not deal with the hassle of cooking.
|Contact Details||+65 8868 4388|
|Address||88 Amoy Street, Singapore 069907|
A Michelin-starred chef’s delectable burgers made with fresh organic ingredients? Please, yes. Mauro Colagreco, a renowned Argentinian chef, has opened Carne’s first international shop on our borders. You may recognize him as the chef at Mirazur, a three-star restaurant that was named #1 on the 2019 World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. The grilled beef and double mushroom burger, as well as a juicy vegetarian burger for our plant-based friends, are among the appetizing options available at this informal eatery.
|Contact Details||+65 6226 2203|
|Address||#01-02, 92 Amoy Street, Singapore 069911|
When they really cannot get away from work for more than 10 minutes, the Japanese bento lunch is always a top choice. Pick up bento sets with sashimi, tamago egg, Japanese rice, and pickles at this Amoy Street restaurant.
|Contact Details||+65 8742 8908|
|Address||73 Amoy Street, Singapore 069892|
Cocktails and coffee? They’ve got everything covered. Step away from the bustling CBD and into Dapper Coffee’s dreamy, laid-back ambiance. It’s located on the second floor and is ideal for remote working or simply curling up in a corner to read a book. Don’t leave without having the incredible Cubanos served with plantain chips. Finish with one of the restaurant’s specialty drinks, such as the dapper shakerato or dapper cold fashioned. Come 5 p.m., the place morphs into The Spiffy Dapper, a bar that caters to late-night revelers.
|Contact Details||+65 6221 8648|
|Address||#03-01, 115 Amoy Street, Singapore 069924|
This legendary New York import (previously known as Burger Joint) recreates the original branch’s cheeseburger down to the last detail, even importing meat and cheese from the same farm in the United States. The menu isn’t comprehensive, but it demonstrates the value of keeping things simple (no foie gras or truffle oil here). Go ahead and drink one of the craft beers on tap to go with your burger.
|Contact Details||+65 8869 6520|
|Address||52A Amoy Street, Singapore 069878|
Native, a watering hole that ranked #18 on the World’s 50 Best Bars list for 2020, is a watering hole with uncommon ingredients in its customized cocktails. If you haven’t already tried one of the bar’s fantastic drinks, prepare ready for a mix that will actually taste like mother nature. It’s also worth noting that the restaurant uses local ingredients and alcohol.
|Contact Details||+65 62216124|
|Address||73 Amoy Street, Singapore 069892|
Close your eyes and imagine a cool Mediterranean sea breeze sweeping across the rustic blue and white décor of this traditional Greek taverna. Alati uses fresh vegetables collected wild in the Aegean Sea by local fishermen. Every item on the menu is lovingly and precisely produced by hand, from the beef mousaka (a traditional Greek casserole) to the tzatziki (a yoghurt-based sauce) and even uniquely Greek desserts like the lemon pavlova, according to Chef Soutsos Dimitrious’ hands-on approach to cooking (freshly baked meringue stuffed with lemon mousse and mint, topped with homemade forest fruit compote).
|Services||Modern Israeli Cuisine|
|Contact Details||+65 80285204|
|Address||110 Amoy Street, #01-01, Singapore 069930|
Following the success of Israeli diner Miznon, chef Eyal Shani (better known as a MasterChef Israel judge) has opened North Miznon. The first in Asia, the Singapore location is a contemporary, energetic space that emphasizes good food and fresh flavors. The menu changes every day – think Israeli cuisine with Mediterranean influences – and the dishes are basic yet full of textures and flavors. Naked heirloom tomatoes with olive oil and salt flowers, a roasted fennel bulb, sirloin roast beef carpaccio on the rocks, and the famous focaccia are all must-try dishes. Don’t forget to try the delicious dessert tray!
|Services||Modern European Restaurant|
|Contact Details||+65 6221 4148|
|Address||72 Amoy Street, Singapore 069891|
With globally influenced seasonal lunch sets and chef sampling evening menus, this Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant takes you on a gourmet high. Nouri is also noted for its beautifully prepared meals and a flavorful, simple menu. Even a simple bread and broth dish (rye sourdough, silken cheese, and vegetable broth) has a lot of flavors!
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