Singapore's Michelin-starred restaurants: All you need to know

Chefs from the winning eateries during the Singapore Michelin Guide award ceremony on July 21, 2016. ST PHOTO: BENSON ANG
Chefs at the Singapore Michelin Guide award ceremony at Resorts World Sentosa on July 21, 2016. ST PHOTO: KENNETH GOH

Six restaurants each earned two Michelin stars and celebrated chef Joel Robuchon, whose restaurants have already earned 25 Michelin stars, can now claim another three for his Restaurant Joel Robuchon.

Here is a guide to the restaurants.

One Michelin Star

1. Alma by Juan Amador, Goodwood Park Hotel

PHOTO: ALMA

2. Bacchanalia, Hong Kong Street

Chef Ivan Brehm of Bacchanalia. PHOTO: ROBIN THANG

Address: 39 Hong Kong Street, Singapore 059678
Phone: +65 9179 4552
Website: www.bacchanalia.asia
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BacchanaliaSG/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/bacchanaliasg
Price: Three­-course lunch ($48++). Five­-course dinner ($125++), seven-­course chef's menu for dinner ($165++). There is also an a la carte menu for dinner.

PHOTO: ROBIN THANG

Signature dish: Wagyu Au Poivre Vert - Australian Blackmore wagyu striploin is gently cooked in a combination of beef jus and wagyu fat. It is then grilled and smoked, and served with a concentrated ginger and pepper infused beef glaze, Chinese mustard gremolata and an assortment of pepper berries, including the seasonal sansho pepper from Japan.
Opening hours: Lunch: Tuesdays to Fridays, 12pm - ­ 2.30pm; Dinner: Mondays to Saturdays, 6pm ­- 10.30pm

READ WONG AH YOKE'S REVIEW HERE.

3. Beni, Mandarin Gallery

PHOTO: RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA

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