Since its establishment back in 2002, Restaurant Ember has become a name synonymous with quality, known for serving up refined international cuisine and for having prestigious chef Sufian Bin Zain leading the kitchen. Drawing in gourmands from all over Singapore, you’ll find Restaurant Ember located on Keong Saik Road in the Chinatown area. A popular choice for both lunch and dinner close to historic Tanjong Pagar, booking a table at this acclaimed restaurant beforehand is recommended.
Food and service at Ember was consistently good both in standard and quality. Wish they had more cocktails to offer besides the Gin Tonic I had. I will never hesitate with future dining there! Keep it up!
A comfortable experience and service was unassuming and not pushy. We had dinner there and you could taste the small nuances in the dishes. Local ingredients were combined with 'European' cooking techniques - a fusion of sorts; which tasted good.
Have always wanted to dine here and I wasn't let down. Service was impeccable. Thoughtful without being intrusive. Food was delightful and the portion is well-balanced. Thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it.
With a focus on modern European dishes with Asian influences, Restaurant Ember is an elegant eatery with a fresh and clean design, situated in Singapore’s Chinatown, close to Tanjong Pagar. Foie gras is the perfect way to begin your meal at Restaurant Ember, and you’ll find three different choices on the menu, like foie gras with slow cooked egg, unagi and truffle sauce, or smoked eel and mango. Some of the delectable main courses on offer include pan-roasted barramundi with vine ripened cherry tomato, fine beans and clam jus, and the pan-seared Welsh lamb rack with ratatouille, couscous and thyme jus.
Finish your meal with the simple yet refreshing vanilla panna cotta with mango and coconut sorbet, or a decadent treat like the valrhona chocolate brownie with banana and peanut butter parfait. Located on Keong Saik Road in Singapore’s Chinatown, Restaurant Ember is widely loved across the city-state, a reputation helped along by its proximity to the historic neighbourhood of Tanjong Pagar, in the Bukit Pasoh Conservation Area. To make sure that you guarantee a seat, reserving ahead is advised.