Our Muslim friends will be celebrating Ramadan soon, and the island’s top chefs are working hard to serve up delectable iftar meals to break their fast. There are a lot of options to choose from, including local and international fare, progressive Nusantara cuisine and Italian pastas and pizzas. Here are the best dining places to book now.
When the sun goes down, chef de cuisine Leon Yee and his team prepare a tantalising feast of elevated local favourites. Dig into the Black Angus beef short rib satay, which has a more tender texture and pronounced beefy flavours; fall-off-the-bone Australian baby lamb shank rendang; and grilled octopus finished with Urban Farm calamansi and sambal.
The Ramadan dinner menu is available from April 2 to May 2. Book here.