Dancing Fish Signature Singapore specialises in a unique combination of Malaysian and Indonesian cuisines – and, Orchard locals can’t get enough. Perfect for catching up with friends or family, this stylish restaurant is the first space to open in Singapore, coming after huge success in Kuala Lumpur and now bringing the flavours of this iconic restaurant to Orchard Road. The talented team create balanced dishes made with fresh ingredients without any MSG or other nasties, plus the menu is brimming with a wide range of options we’re quite sure you’ll fall in love with. Aesthetically pleasing, carefully designed and award-winning, Dancing Fish Signature is a must for lovers of quality Asian cuisine. Reservations are this Singapore restaurant are essential to avoid disappointment.
As we said, the space itself is carefully designed and stylish so you’ll be seriously impressed by the effort gone into making this restaurant as beautiful as it is. With plenty of art, minimalist furniture, plants and low hanging lights, this Dancing Fish Signature in Singapore is a dining experience you don’t want to miss. Serving a combination of Malaysian and Indonesian dishes made using premium ingredients, you’ll be treated to a wide range of options that are all beautifully presented and very Instagrammable indeed… See? There’s a reason the signature Dancing Fish at this Orchard spot is as popular it is.
So, what dishes can you expect from the Dancing Fish Signature menu then? Well, first, no trip to this Singapore restaurant is complete without ordering the house special: The Dancing Fish. It’s so crispy you can even eat the bones, it comes served with sambal cobek merah and it will most definitely leave a lasting impression. You’ll also find plenty more Asian seafood dishes including soft shell crab served with chilli sambal, as well as Balinese-style crispy duck, Australian bbq beef ribs and a range of vegetarian options to boot. Located along Orchard Road in Orchard, Dancing Fish Signature Singapore is a must-visit restaurant for some of the best Asian, Indonesian and Malaysian food in the little red dot. Book now.
Excellent food and service, great environment. Dancing Fish was out of stock when we went, so we ordered the sea bass instead, which was equally delicious. Will come again.
Food was great, nicely grilled with interesting flavours. Would go back again. Water is not FOC though but free flow barley was good but expensive.
The location is convenient and ambience is great. Must give a try to the authentic Indonesian cuisine of Dancing Fish!
Enjoyed the meal with my friends esp the Gulai Pucuk Paku, tahu telur. Sambal is really shiok too. Will try the bebek goreng Bali next time.
Food was really good. Flavours were very well rounded and tasty. They know what they’re doing! Only downside is that they might be slightly short handed with servers. But it isn’t something that will deter us from returning. Overall, a very fulfilling experience for our tummies and soul!
Enjoyed the food and the service was great too! Their signature dancing fish is good, however it’s pricey for the small size.. That said, nice place in town for a group meal.
Ordered 6 dishes and 4 desserts. Taste wise was not bad but they seem to do the grilled dishes better. The beef rendang had a weird unpleasant beef smell and taste. The greenworm in the cendol was frozen. It was like biting into bits of ice.
Good and attentive service. The food was delicious and the chilli that accompany the dishes were not to spicy. Prices was alright and not too expensive. Decor was very nice with nice ambiance.
Amazing food!! Yummy! Loved all the dishes....tahu telor, cumi-cumi bakar, home style soup, omelette petai sambal matah, wok-fried pucuk patu and of course the amazing DANCING FISH!
On the whole, good food quality and service from Dancing Fish. The restaurant is also good for family and friends’ gatherings as these dishes are best shared.