Dear diners, please be aware that Tamarind Hill has a strict 'no children under 14 years of age’ policy. Limited tables are available and a deposit of $320 nett is required to secure your Valentine’s Day booking, Tamarind Hill will contact you for this after you reserve. Guests can request for indoor or outdoor seating under, however, seats are subject to availability. For group bookings of 6+, please email . Special requests are at the discretion of the restaurant.
What you won’t often find in Singapore is a restaurant surrounded by beautiful greenery, but Tamarind Hill is just that, set in the gorgeous Labrador Nature Reserve of Labrador Park. The restaurant occupies a colonial bungalow that’s laced with history and decorated with Asian sophistication. Serving authentic Siamese cuisine, Tamarind Hill is truly a beautiful place to escape from the city and take the edge off. Head over to Labrador Villa Road to see what the fuss is about.
Reminiscent of the original Tamarind Hill in Kuala Lumpur, Tamarind Hill in Singapore offers Siamese cuisine in a setting that oozes Asian character. As one of the best restaurants certainly around Labrador Hill and Labrador Villa Road, Tamarind Hill can offer diners plenty that they may not find elsewhere, largely due to executive chef Wanthana Nikonsaen. Born in Thailand, Wanthana knows a thing or two about Siamese cooking and at Tamarind Hill she uses her knowledge to create some fine contemporary dishes.
We don’t want to spoil the surprise of the menu too much, but trust us when we say that it has been crafted with love by Wanthana and her team. Quality ingredients worthy of the finest kitchens in Singapore are guaranteed every time, and around Labrador Hill, foodies return to Tamarind Hill again and again. Wanthana has best expertise in vegetable and fruit carving, alongside a keen eye for aesthetics. Everything you order will be as beautiful as Labrador Nature Reserve itself.
Great food and ambiance. You don’t feel like you’re in Singapore. Service is a little, tad little tardy for a Monday night but I love the finishing touch of having the Executive Chef coming out to greet us. What a wonderful place to go and spend some quiet time with my husband (it’s his birthday!).
What a beautiful setting, way out in Labrador Park it feels like you are in another world. We received very attentive service, the food was wonderful and reasonably priced for the surroundings. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for something special
Excellent location with great service and very good food quality. Everyone who loves the Tamarind Hill / Spring locations in KL will be happy to find them in Singapore too.
Great food, good service and beautiful interior display. Service staff provided excellent service and the food was delightfully tasteful. Will visit again. Note - best to drive or cab there.
Tamarind Hill is located in a beautiful heritage house on a hilltop just west of Sentosa island. The food is good, great wine selection from around the globe and prices are very decent indeed. Service is friendly but lacking some experience. Port wine and wine were served by someone who admitted he doesn't drink alcohol at all, that's a problem. Frequent table visits to fill up the glasses - but each time only a bit extra - also can be improved. Time between starter and main course was very short indeed which is much better than a long wait ofcourse but no need to rush lah... we loved the ambiance and tastes so wanted to have time to clean our palettes with some water and wine before diving into the mains! Overall a 5 - not a 6, but still one of the best Thai food experiences we've had in a long time!
The Tamarind Hill is undoubtedly one of our favourite restaurants in Singapore. The cuisine is original, refined and flavoursome. Helen looks after her guests with warmth and is clearly passionate about providing the best dining experience possible. We highly recommend Tamarind Hill to anyone who enjoys fine dining.
This venue is lovely- great location and attentive staff. It's very popular for big events so best to reserve if you want an intimate dinner. They have a great and tasty range of cocktials. Desserts are typically Thai and well made. We were disappointed with the main course though- the beef massaman curry (which is their speciality) was fatty, the kai lan was not leafy and consisted mainly of the stalks and the curry was not served hot (just luke warm). Service was good and obliging and the restaurant is located in an old bungalow steeped in history. We were fortunate to have a friendly member of staff, (Mamma Helen) explain it all to us. Being local, I love the old world charm of the place and everything went well for us save for the mains we ordered which could have been better in terms of quality. I was told they have Thai chefs but tasting the food, I felt it was below par and quite pricey for what we had.
We had today a lovely lunch at the Tamarind Hill. I've had earlier outstanding dinner experiences at the same venue. My definition for great experience consist of lovely company, good food and enjoyable environment. The first one was provided by us but rest was provided by Tamarind Hill. Thank you very much!
A couple of hiccups during our experience here. The Sautéed Beef came with all asparagus, no beef. Waitress said she'd order another one for us, but it never came. We had to order the Stir Fried Assorted Mushrooms with Sweet Basil twice. The entire appetiser menu was nowhere to be found? Even though we were told we should help ourselves to the appetisers & pad thai from the outdoor stations ourselves. (The only outdoor station there was for Pad Thai, salads, beef noodles & meat skewers.) We also waited 20 mins for our 2nd round of dessert; only after we enquired about it did the 2 desserts arrive. Something is wrong somewhere in the supply chain if the restaurant cannot deliver timely & adequately even when the restaurant is not completely full! Oh, & we were all quite thirsty after our meal 🤔 I'll be honest, I was only here because I won a contest & the prize was the Thaim-less 🇹🇭 brunch for 3 pax. Thankful that I won, but no I won't be back. Truthfully, the food isn't bad, although I am not sure how authentic it is. But $60++ per pax is STEEP, & the food wasn't amazing nor was the variety astounding. & this is at a pretty inaccessible (though rustic & is lovely in that sense) location. Maybe the a la carte menu would give you better value for money?
Love the ambience at Tamarind Hill. Love the decor, the scent, the peacefulness of the location. Great food with high quality ingredients and thai dishes not found at other thai restaurants. Awesome service as usual, service staff are all incredibly warm and attentive. Have been here numerous times and can't wait for the next visit. :)