If you believe that the essence of dining is all about indulging in the finest cuisine with your closest companions, you will love Alma by Juan Amador. Here, a casual atmosphere and astonishing creations reveal the culinary brilliance of the highly-acclaimed three-Michelin star chef, Juan Amador. Situated on the leafy grounds of Singapore’s Goodwood Park Hotel on Scotts Road, the menu at Alma by Juan Amador reads like a roster of contemporary European dishes heavy with Asian influence. Places tend to fill up quickly at this Michelin one-star restaurant in Orchard, so wait no more and reserve a table today!
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Setting, wait staff, food, all were excellent. Definitely recommend. We had a 6 course which was ample as it included a number of specialty appetisers which were all unique and very tasty.
This is my first visit and I really enjoyed it. Totally exceptional food. Keep it up
For Asian-influenced modern European cuisine in the Orchard district of Singapore, look no further than Alma by Juan Amador – the brainchild of the eponymous Spanish-German chef with three Michelin stars to his name. Helmed by executive chef Haikal Johari, whose illustrious career saw him establish the renowned Water Library restaurants in Bangkok, Thailand, Alma (which means “soul” in Spanish) takes you to the heart of dining with extraordinary, masterful creations like the signature monkfish cheek with saffron, mussel and artichoke.
You’ll find this Michelin one-star restaurant on the tranquil premises of the Goodwood Park Hotel, a heritage building on Scotts Road in Singapore’s commercial heart of Orchard. Over 300 wine labels, including several from Robert Parker’s 100-Point list, will spoil wine lovers with a penchant for European-Asian fare at Alma by Juan Amador, so don’t hesitate to approach its amiable crew if you need a recommendation. Additionally, drinks and snacks are available at Bar@Alma and if you’re coming in a group, you might want to request the private room. Why not book ahead to save a table?