There’s no doubt that Singapore has one of the most vibrant and buzziest dining scenes in the world, with choices that run the gamut from fine dining restaurants to casual and affordable places.
This was especially evident after the results of the recent Michelin Guide Singapore were released, where a total of 44 restaurants representing this diversity made the cut. While Les Amis and Odette, two French fine dining restaurants, were bumped up to the coveted three-star rating, more casual dining concepts were also included in the prestigious list.
One of these is Resorts World Sentosa’s one-starred table65, by Dutch celebrity chef Richard Van Oostenbrugge who pioneered the art of ‘fine-casual’ dining with his lauded Restaurant 212 in Amsterdam. He tells T.Dining: “What we strive to do is serve our guests a world-class meal, and let them have a good time while eating it.”
This is done through a focused menu that pays attention to seasons and ingredients, served in a cosy setting where diners sit comfortably at the chef’s counter and are free to banter and crack jokes with the staff.
(Related: 5 Reasons To Visit Table65)