Kopi Tiam Singapore is quite clearly the perfect place for both locals and tourists alike. Located on level two of Swissôtel The Stamford, this charming restaurant showcases the rich flavours of local cuisine. On the menu, you’ll find comforting home-style dishes, Singaporean classics, signature curries and a whole host of other mouthwatering dishes well worth a try. This nostalgic space in City Hall is a must for anyone who appreciates delicious food and stellar service. Kopi Tiam offers a sensory dining experience you won’t be forgetting, so do yourself a favour and reserve a table – it’s located along Stamford Road, directly opposite War Memorial Park.
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Your table will be held for up to 15 minutes.
Dress code: Smart casual
Kopi Tiam Singapore is one of our favourite dining destinations in the city. Located in the heart of City Hall along Stamford Road in Swissôtel The Stamford, this Asian restaurant has locals and tourists alike weak at the knees over the delicious dishes gracing the menu. We recommend kicking things off at Kopi Tiam with some starters like the honey-mango coated prawns, chicken skewers smothered in peanut satay sauce and salted egg yolk crispy calamari. All this paired alongside a refreshing beer or bottle of your favourite wine goes down a treat – trust us.
The extensive Kopi Tiam menu offers plenty of home-style cooking packed full of flavour. We love the heartwarming herbal duck mee sua cooked with vermicelli rice noodles, duck leg and plenty of Chinese herbs; the butter prawns cooked with plenty of chilli padi, and the Teochew-style steamed whole sea bass served with salted vegetables, ginger, beancurd and chilli. Kopi Tiam Singapore also offers plenty of perennial favourites like Hainanese chicken rice and chilli crab, as well as Malay curry and a particularly tasty Singapore-style curry. Whatever takes your fancy this Asian haven will have you covered. So book a table and head to Swissôtel The Stamford in City Hall sooner rather than later.
Good food, friendly staff. We will come back again. Yes.
Fairly decent place for a meal with no frills. Not too crowded when I went over so it was a good thing that the ambience was not too rowdy.
Very good. Worth going to eat local food with good atmosphere.
Good ambience and service. Food presentation and quality pleasing. Would highly recommend this place for those who want to have a good selection of local food.
We ordered prawn noodles, laksa & satay, tasted as good as those selling in hawker centres, if you do not mind the price & prefer to dine in this restaurant for the ambience, it is recommended, but if you want to eat something similar & more economical, then you may consider going to a hawker centre instead.
Service is not bad. The Mango Cooler is good. The Hoi Fun was very very starchy. The weakness of Kopi Tiam is the inconsistency of its food quality.
I feel like their food have been slowly having less and less of the “wow” factor, and the quality just doesn’t cut it anymore. It’s really such a disappointment as it has been one of my favorite go to places for quite some time now. I hope something can be done about it 😕
We have visited because of cash voucher. If without that voucher, seriously we won't be dining here. The ambient is not attractive, the food not local enough. The service is acceptable but not fantastic. Lastly, is over pricey.
Ran out of baby chairs and there were no other babies in sight. Made us walk all the way in when restaurant was barely 30% filled. Could have been better.