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Culinary delights at Raffles Singapore

With refurbished icons and new celebrity chef concepts, dining at the Raffles Singapore will be an unforgettable experience.

Singapore’s Grand Old Lady

With refurbished icons and new celebrity chef concepts, dining at the Raffles Singapore will be an unforgettable experience.

Raffles Singapore brings together the beloved culinary establishments with new dining concepts by celebrity chefs to create a smorgasbord of epicurean delights.

Celebrity Chef Restaurants

Jereme Leung - Profile
Jereme Leung – Profile

Chef Alain Ducasse will present BBR by Alain Ducasse, his first Mediterranean sharing and grill concept in the world, while 兿 Yì by Singaporean chef Jerume Leung will be a modern Chinese restaurant on the third level of the recently restored Raffles Arcade.

Anne-Sophie Pic - Profile
Anne-Sophie Pic – Profile

Anne-Sophie Pic—one of the world’s best female chefs with three Michelin stars—will open her first restaurant La Dame de Pic in Asia, a reflection of her culinary identity.

Afternoon Tea and Delectable Steaks
The classic Raffles Afternoon Tea will be served at the Grand Lobby, complemented by a curated collection of teas and champagnes. A new steakhouse, Butcher’s Block at the Raffles Arcade will prepare and cook the world’s best cuts of single-sourced meats to perfection, and guests can seek tailored recommendations from the resident meat specialists.

A new takeaway café, Ah Teng’s Café, named after a famous local baker who had a shop in the vicinity in the 1900s will serve up premium coffee and tea, as well as homemade pastries and artisanal ice-creams.

Heritage Icons

Tiffin Room
Tiffin Room

The classic Tiffin Room will feature a new semi-buffet lunch and a la carte dinner menu, along with newly refurbished wooden floorboards that are reminiscent of the early 1900s, paired with intricately patterned wood and mirror wall panelling.

Singapore Sling
Singapore Sling

Other changes include expanding Writers Bar to a full bar with bespoke craft cocktails, spirits and wines, while furnishing it with mementeos and books to reflect its literary legacy. ◼

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