New to the world of fusion cuisine? Let Lewin Terrace give you your first lesson. Combining French and Japanese cuisine, they mix the best of both worlds, utilising the most skilful techniques of both cuisines. Housed in a black and white bungalow, this restaurant is hidden away in Singapore’s Fort Canning Park by City Hall MRT. For a unique experience with a loved one or friends, Lewin Terrace goes above and beyond.
Lewin Terrace, named after Singapore’s General Officer Commanding from the years 1933-1935, Major General E.O. Lewin, is a restaurant that weaves Singapore’s rich history with a modern cuisine that would have been inconceivable in the past. Japanese-French fusion cuisine combines the ingredients and flavours of the French kitchen with the delicate, skilful presentation of Japanese cuisine. Perfect for indulging with your loved ones, this restaurant provides a culinary experience unlike any other, and it’s beautifully located inside Fort Canning Park, not far from City Hall MRT.
For dinner, guests have the choice between a set dinner menu, an a la carte menu and a vegetarian menu, plenty of choices that are out of the box at this Fort Canning Park restaurant. With an extensive wine and beverage list, guests can choose between a hot pot of green tea or a hand-selected bottle of wine to accompany their selection. It hasn’t taken long for this restaurant to gain a large following in Singapore, so it’s important to book a table ahead of time to ensure a spot in the restaurant.
Lovely and peaceful ambience. Staffs are patient in explaining the food that's being served and their recommendations are good. I personally like the scallop ala-carte dish.
Good ambience, attentive waiters. Tried the gastromonth set dinner. Food quality was good and portion was big. Value for money. Had a good dining experience.
I had some problems locating the restaurant. The restaurant has a nice atmosphere. The food and the service was good. I will go back again.