Dear diners, please be aware of the following:
- For lunch, the Gastrobar menu is available at both the Gastrobar & the Restaurant.
- For dinner, the Gastrobar menu is only available at the Gastrobar.
- When booking for more than 8 pax, or if your preferred timing is not available, please contact Iggy's directly.
- Please include your HP number with your reservation.
- Closed on Sundays & Mondays.
- Dress code: No shorts, slippers & sandals
You rarely come across restaurants of a calibre like Iggy’s, so listen up. Named after owner and well-known restaurateur Ignatius Chan, Iggy’s bold and creative fusion fare is truly one-of-a-kind and groundbreaking, blending European and Asian influences in the most innovative of ways. Expect dishes built around seasonal produce of the highest quality and presented in an artful manner at this Orchard five-star gem, conveniently located at the Hilton Singapore on Orchard Road. Bookings are essential.
Not to be confused with an Australian rapper of the same name, Iggy’s is the brainchild of homegrown restaurateur Ignatius Chan, who had founded this multiple award-winning restaurant known for its bold and experimental takes on European and Asian cuisine. Don’t expect to find dishes that cater to the mainstream; Iggy’s goes only where truly adventurous gourmands tread, with its marriage of traditionally incompatible flavours drawn from a potpourri of high-quality seasonal ingredients. Iggy’s fearless approach in the kitchen ranks it consistently well among the crème de la crème of the culinary world not just in Asia, but around the world.
Tucked away on the third storey of the Hilton Singapore in Orchard, lunch at Iggy’s is usually a two- to five-course affair, while dinner features a lavish spread of six to nine dishes – all designed with the aesthetic in mind. Expect starters like homemade crispy taro chips and burnt oysters, as well as plates of pork cheek tagliatelle and Gillardeau oysters with caviar, followed by a jackfruit ice cream sandwich for dessert. In addition to that, the owner’s background as a sommelier means you can count on the best wine recommendations to go with every exquisite dish that graces your table. Experience world-class fine dining with an unconventional twist on Orchard Road at Iggy’s. The restaurant is situated close to Orchard MRT and we highly recommend that you book ahead.
Creative and exciting presentation on entres. Room for improvement on mains. Service is attentive but more personal touch will be perfect. Overall it’s a good place
Very nice place. Wonderful food. Service above average. Ambience a bit bright and A/C operated from time to time and a cold breeze on my head.
Good meal. Portions need a little work as it was quite uneven between courses. We would suggest to spread out the courses a little more evenly/predictably.
Food good. Quite creative and interesting. Service can be improved. Servers generally don't provide full details of food served unless asked. Can't explain well either.
Great service and cost ambience as always. I’ve eaten there every year for 10 years....unfortunately, the food used to be better with the previous chef.
I thought it was not very exciting and bland. Very expensive for what you get. We were looking forward to it but would not recommend. The first snack was exciting the Singapore sling but then went down hill from there I felt like the chefs were not tasting for seasoning as they were plating. The wine was very nice.
I went there to celebrate a good friend's birthday. Some hit and some miss. I would say for 2 girls, the portion was abit small, we were not full.
Good experience. Was excepting more wow factor in the food. Food was served promptly and timely. It was nice to be able to watch the kitchen prepare the food.
Don’t eat the bar! It’s still crazy $ & you face a wall. No atmosphere at all. Go to the main dining room. It is more $ but worth it. The bar is very $ for what you get (whereas I think you get what you pay for in the main dining rm at least).
Portions at the gastrobar are way more tiny than tasty. Wine was great though. General atmosphere at the gastrobar also wasn't great - we were looking into a back end kitchen / dessert station pretty much.