Singapore’s Craig Road is recognised by its beautiful architecture and hip local businesses. Close to Duxton Hill, this area has a lot going on in terms of great food and drink. Offering exquisite wines and incredible comfort-food classics, this is the perfect restaurant for gathering family and friends for an extraordinary dining experience. Conveniently located in between Tanjong Pagar and Outram Park Stations, Kite is already one of the city-state’s must-visit new businesses.
An amazing Experience! Just take the tasting menu, it's a real Delish moment! An innovative and flavorful cuisine, a beautiful dressing. Definitely a place to discover in Singapore for foodies!
The food was presented so beautifully we couldn't bear to eat them immediately before feasting our eyes upon them! Tasty pork belly and wagyu char siew! Interesting you tiao veloute too! Service was prompt without being intrusive. Thumbs up!
Kite is one of those unique establishments where you immediately feel right at home. Situated inside of a beautiful building on Craig Road, the restaurant is simply stunning, featuring exposed white brick walls and industrial-chic design scheme. Kite specialises in under-the-radar wine labels and spirits, thereby exposing locals to beverages that otherwise wouldn’t be so easily accessible in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar.
Serving up their own take on modern comfort food, Tanjong Pagar’s Kite invites you to take a seat in their comfortable dining area and indulge in a wide variety of delicious options, with plenty of rotating specials to keep things interesting. One of the most popular menu items is the Black Spanish Pig, a succulent cut of pork served with chestnuts, apple, plum and walnuts. For seafood lovers, the Ubin Sea Bass or the Golden Snapper Sashimi are both recommended, and the Dirty Vegetables and Tomatoes and Soy keep vegetarian diners happy. Sweets such as the panna cotta with strawberries, pink peppercorn, coconut & coriander provide the perfect way to go out with a bang – make sure to reserve ahead and fly high with Singapore’s Kite.