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BEST ASIAN RESTAURANTS IN MARINA BAY SANDS

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 6 Oct 2021

 

Asian cuisine is one of the most diverse and flavourful cuisines in the world. It comprises major regional cuisines such as South Asian, East Asian, Southeast Asian, Central Asian, and more. Though there are similarities between them, such as the use of rice, curry or noodles, there are vast differences in the ingredients used and the style in which they are cooked.

Chinese, Indian, Vietnamese, or Japanese – whatever Asian cuisine you might like, you’ll almost certainly find it at Marina Bay Sands. Our list of the best Asian restaurants showcases a wide range of award-winning, fine dining restaurants, and casual dining options that serve some of the best Chinese, Japanese, Indian, and Vietnamese food that you can savour in Singapore.

 

Mott 32

 

Chinese cuisine

 

Mott 32 Singapore

One of the most unique and impressive Chinese restaurants to dine at is Mott 32. Named after 32 Mott Street in New York, where the city’s first Chinese convenience store opened in 1891, Mott 32 brings together tradition and modernity in a way like never before. The chefs at Mott 32 bring the best out of classic, time-honoured recipes by utilising the latest in innovative cooking techniques from around the world.

Their must-try dishes include the Barbecue Pluma Iberico Pork Glazed with Yellow Mountain Honey (S$48++), Double Boiled Imperial Bird’s Nest with Fresh Milk in Coconut (S$86++) and Signature Smoked Black Cod (S$56++). For a hearty meal with a bit of everything, Mott 32’s set lunches (from S$42) on weekdays and weekends feature delicious starters like Crispy Roasted Pork Belly; a selection of Dim Sum; mains such as Fried Rice with Diced Iberico Pork and Asparagus or Sticky Black Cod with Mustard Yuzu Sauce; and finally, a dessert item to end the meal on something sweet.

Mott 32 Singapore is located at B1-42-44, The Shoppes.

 

Chinoiserie

 

Chinoiserie Modern Asian by Justin Quek

If you love Chinese delicacies with a modern French twist, Chinoiserie is the place to visit. Run by premier celebrity chef, Justin Quek, Chinoiserie serves exquisite French-Asian fusion cuisine in a fine-dining setting, prepared with premium ingredients from around the world. Make your gastronomical experience even more special with their curated collection of fine and rare wines.

Chef specials include the Live Whole Maine Lobster (S$80++), Truffle Xiao Long Bao (S$25++), and Miso Cod (S$52++). For a satisfying meal, try one of their sophisticated 3-course set lunches (from S$48++) with a variety of starters and options for mains like Norwegian Nordic Salmon and Chicken en Papillote. Finally, end off the meal with your choice of dessert, from Asian flavours like Citrus Oolong – a citrus compote with oolong ice cream and Osmanthus Gelée, or Western flavours like Black Forest – a chocolate sponge layered with chocolate mousse with cherry compote and sorbet.

Chinoiserie Modern Asian by Justin Quek is located at B1-15, The Shoppes.

 

RISE restaurant

 

RISE Restaurant

Refining decades-old family recipes can be challenging, but RISE is an expert at crafting classic dishes. RISE meticulously elevates time-honoured recipes by using fresh, sustainably sourced ingredients which you can explore with their curated set menus or extensive à la carte menu. RISE’s herb garden include a variety of edible plants that are grown for use within the restaurant.

Signature dishes include the Pork Rib Prawn Noodle (S$35++) and RISE Laksa (S$25++), both staples of Chinese cuisine in Singapore. Other must-try chef specialities in Singaporean flavours include Chinese Rojak (S$12++), Lamb Shank Nasi Biryani (S$43++), and Hokkien Mee (S$35++). For locals, RISE is great for exploring familiar dishes in a new form. For tourists, RISE offers a culinary introduction to local Singaporean dishes in an accessible and elevated manner.

RISE Restaurant is located at Lobby, Hotel Tower 1.

 

Waku Ghin

 

Japanese Cuisine

 

Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda

This two-Michelin-starred restaurant by celebrity chef Tetsuya Wakuda is one of Singapore’s favourites when it comes to exploring Japanese cuisine. Dinner at Waku Ghin is crafted out of an amalgamation of Japanese culinary craftsmanship and globally sourced, fresh seasonal ingredients.

Dishes worth exploring include the Lightly poached Octopus with Mizuna & Japanese Citrus Soya Sauce (S$28), Kagoshima Black Pork and Vegetable Gyoza (S$25++), and WG Grilled Wagyu Beef set on Rice (S$45++). You could also enjoy the degustation experience at the exclusive 10-seater Chef’s Table with fresh seafood, premium beef cuts, and seasonal specials. To accompany your meal, pick your drink of choice with handcrafted Japanese-style cocktails, meticulously sourced wines, or premium sake available on Waku Ghin’s extensive menu.

Waku Ghin is located at L2-03, The Shoppes.

 

KOMA

 

KOMA Singapore

For lovers of Japanese cuisine looking for a truly unique experience, head over to the multi-award-winning, fine dining restaurant, KOMA. Be transported to the land of the rising sun as you enter KOMA through a 20m pathway under orange arches inspired by Kyoto’s Fushimi Inari Shrine. Upon entry, you are greeted by an intimate lounge to sip on their latest creative cocktails or a glass of authentic sake. KOMA’s 2.5m tall Japanese bell, soaring high ceilings, and oversized sushi bar are fixtures that complement your memorable dining experience.

KOMA’s carefully prepared dishes are visually enticing and equally tantalising. Popular dishes include the Salmon Pillow (S$14++), the D.I.Y. Spicy Tuna (S$25++), and the deliciously tender Hobayaki Snow Aged Nigata Wagyu Ribeye (S$180++). Of course, no meal is complete without the signature Bonsai (S$17++), an entirely edible dessert that resembles the iconic Japanese plant.

KOMA Singapore is located at B1-67, The Shoppes.

 

Sen of Japan

 

Sen of Japan

‘Sen’ means ‘fresh’ in Japanese. Just like the restaurant’s name, its ingredients are meticulously vetted for quality and freshness every single day. Sen of Japan is a modern Japanese restaurant and bar that serves traditional cuisine with a contemporary touch. Their well-flavoured menu created by Nakano Hiromi, the former head chef at the highly acclaimed NOBU Las Vegas, uses a medley of fine Japanese ingredients in their sushi, sashimi, and bento sets.

Must-try specialities include Chef’s Omakase Sashimi Platter (S$188++), Aburi Sushi (S$61++), Maguro Pizza (S$38++), and Mini Wagyu Don (S$74++). On weekdays, Sen of Japan offers a set lunch menu with your choice of mains from Hon Maguro Nigiri Set (S$58++)Yuzu Kosho Black Cod Set (S$32++), and more. Set lunches are served with a chef’s appetiser, tempura, salad, miso soup and dessert.

Sen of Japan is located at L1-86, The Shoppes.

 

So Pho

 

Vietnamese Cuisine

 

So Pho

Pho (pronounced as "fur") is the fuel that runs Vietnam and its most famous gift to the culinary world at large. So Pho offers an authentic taste of Vietnamese cuisine in a cosy, contemporary setting and friendly staff help enhance the dining experience. So Pho uses the freshest ingredients to make its mouth-watering Pho, Banh Mi, spring rolls, and other Vietnamese favourites.

You can’t go wrong with the Special Flame Seared Marbled Sirloin Beef with Beef Balls Noodle Soup (S$18.80++), with a side of Mango and Papaya Salad with Crispy Anchovies (S$8.80++) and Summer Rolls with Prawns, Grilled Chicken & Chicken Ham (S$5.80++).

So Pho in Marina Bay Sands is located at L1-03/04, The Shoppes.

 

Punjab Grill

 

Indian Cuisine

 

Punjab Grill

Wine and Dine Singapore's Asian Cuisine Restaurant of the Year, Punjab Grill is a great place to fulfil your cravings for spicy, vegetarian, Indian food. Embark on a gastronomical journey with zesty, flavourful dishes inspired by gourmet capitals such as Patiala, Amritsar, and Lahore. For those with a sweet tooth, Punjab Grill offers a variety of chef-selected desserts and pastries perfect for ending your meal.

Eat to your heart’s content with dishes including Lamb Dum Biryani and Lahori Chicken Keema Masala with Punjab Grill’s Weekend Kebab and Biryani Feast (S$60++ per pax). On weekdays, tuck into a filling lunch spread with Punjab Grill’s 3-course Power Lunch Set (S$55++) that includes Murgh Tikka Lababadar, Kaffir Lime Fish Molly, and more. Lunch sets include a drink of the day, salad, and of course, Punjab Grill’s signature dessert selection. Vegetarian options are also available.

Punjab Grill is located at B1-01A, The Shoppes.


For more dining options, check out our guide to the best Japanese restaurants and best Chinese restaurants in Singapore.

 

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