Easily overlooked on the way to and from the more popular Publico Ristorante, Marcello is actually right next to the lobby of the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay and a good place to avoid the mainstream flock for a little more peace and quiet.
Having been around since 1896, J Sheeky has established itself as a fine seafood institution after more than a century of operation.
The Dashwood Restaurant’s modern British dishes left us pretty impressed.
Scotland has plenty of great seafood to be proud of, and Ondine is undoubtedly one of the highlights amongst an embarrassment of riches.
Located in the peaceful Lyth Valley, Punch Bowl Inn doubles as the local post office, but it’s probably more popular for its food and fine real ales, though.
This seafood shack really punches above its weight, with an ever-changing menu based on what’s in season and worthy of serving to its customers.
A strong focus on smoking, curing and pickling makes this restaurant an exciting place to go if you’re looking for something different from the norm.
The barbecued king prawns were a knockout, but it’s a ‘no’ from me for the ribeye.
With prior working experiences at the likes of Raffles Grill, Pollen, and Guy Savoy, you can walk into San Bistro with high expectations – but without burdening your credit card.
You’ll want to take your time at this restaurant, because the food and view are spectacular.