Dear diners, please be aware that there will be seatings at 18:00 and 20:45, and that no reservation is confirmed until the restaurant has contacted you directly to ask for payment of a deposit.
A bar and restaurant located inside the National Museum of Singapore, Flutes provides an elegant setting for enjoying some of the city’s finest European and international favourites, with great service and chic decor. Using the finest ingredients and the best produce, the chefs behind the scenes at this beloved dining establishment on Stamford Road whip up gourmet creations that even the pickiest food snobs can get on board with. Located close to Fort Canning Park, Dhoby Ghaut and City Hall stations, Flutes is the perfect place for a delicious dinner after a day at the museum.
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For client and great catch up is a great place to hangout
Lovely atmosphere and decorations. Great food. Attentive staff. Just FYI the room can get a little echoey and loud if too many people are talking.
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What could be better after a day spent at the museum than a meal of pan-fried foie gras or seared Atlantic scallops? Probably nothing, and the good news is that you can enjoy gourmet dishes like these among many others at Flutes, a restaurant and bar conveniently located inside the National Museum of Singapore. Featuring a terrace with outdoor seating as well as plenty of indoor dining space, Flutes provides a calm location to relax along busy Stamford Road near the Museum district and Singapore’s City Hall. Originally opened in a different location in 2004, Flutes has found a lasting home in Singapore’s oldest national museum.
Flutes offers a variety of options throughout the day, our favourite being the afternoon tea. Enjoy savoury options like duck rillette with mustard fruit chutney, caramelised onion quiche or mini prawn cocktail. Sample some of Singapore’s finest teas alongside sweets such as chocolate mousse tartlets and mini Victorian sponge cakes. Come by the restaurant for dinner and indulge in a number of European and international options: pear barley and mushroom risotto, grain-fed lamb cutlet, duck breast and beef tenderloin, just to name a few. End your meal with a slice of the decadent lavender cheesecake and take a bite out of the sweet life. Reserve a table and enjoy a gourmet meal at Flutes, best accessed from Singapore’s City Hall or Dhoby Ghaut stations.