The Courtyard

Raffles PlaceInternational$$$$
Very Good
4 Reviews
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About The Courtyard

Dear diners, please be aware that online bookings must be made at least 1 hour in advance. If you would like to dine on a weekday between 11:30am and 2pm, please specify when making your reservation whether you would like the curry lunch or Japanese buffet lunch.

Set inside The Fullerton Hotel’s stunning atrium lobby, The Courtyard’s light and airy ambience makes it the perfect place for a romantic date or a gathering with friends over some Asian cuisine and cocktails, with live jazz music in the evenings adding to its sophisticated appeal. As well as being famous around Singapore for its afternoon tea, also on the menu at The Courtyard in Raffles Place, you’ll find a number Japanese and Indian specialities. To guarantee a table at The Courtyard on Fullerton Square, booking in advance is advised.

See below for The Courtyard's special menus and operating hours!

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 8:00 am
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm


The Courtyard
1 Fullerton Square, Fullerton Hotel
Singapore 049178

Menu Highlights



Mother's Day - “Friendship” – Afternoon Tea

12 and 13 May, from 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.

Under the sunlit atrium of Singapore’s 71st National Monument, enjoy quality mother-daughter time with a three-tiered Afternoon Tea set for two. A delightful selection of savouries and sweets finds east meets west influences in Lobster Salad Éclair with Miso and Mustard Sauce, Duck Rillettes with Apricot Chutney in a Sesame Cone; and Red Velvet Sakura Mascarpone. The leisurely afternoon is accompanied by the soothing strums of The Courtyard’s resident Harpist.

“Friendship” is priced at S$100 nett for two adults with free-flowing premium coffee and teas. Each additional set is priced at S$50* per adult and S$25* per child^. Enjoy a glass of housepour wine at an additional S$10*, or a flute of champagne at S$20*. All afternoon tea items are replenishable.


The Courtyard's Chocolate Buffet

North Courtyard
Every Friday and Saturday
8.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.

Enter a chocolate wonderland at The Courtyard as the Chocolate Buffet makes its anticipated return. New and exciting features include a selection of savouries such as Cocoa and Spice-rubbed Baby Back Pork Ribs; Lime Risotto and Bittersweet Chocolate Arancini; and Wagyu Beef, Peruvian Chocolate and Poblano Chilli Empanadas to keep your palate primed for the array of desserts to follow. Come by the Valrhona Tasting Table to try up to 14 tablets of various cocoa contents, get upclose to a theatric display of liquid nitrogen that freezes a chocolate sphere in a flash, and make your own spiced creation at the Hot Chocolate Trolley with six types of chocolate, cardamom, chilli, orange and anise.

Afternoon Tea

South Courtyard - Afternoon Tea Set - Adult


South Courtyard - Afternoon Tea Set - Child


South Courtyard - Afternoon Tea Set - Adult

With a glass of house pour Red or White Wine

South Courtyard - Afternoon Tea Set - Adult

With a glass of house pour Champagne
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More about The Courtyard, Singapore

Afternoon Tea
Monday to Friday: 3pm to 6pm
Weekends and public holidays: 2pm to 4pm (first seating), 4:30pm to 6pm (second seating)

Chocolate Buffet
Friday and Saturday: 8pm to 11pm

Whether its for afternoon tea, a leisurely lunch or an evening spent indulging in Asian cuisine and handcrafted cocktails, with its tasteful decor, The Courtyard provides the ideal setting, attracting not only hotel guests but Singapore locals too. Catch up with friends over a spot of afternoon tea or go for one of The Courtyard’s all-day dining options like the signature Hainanese chicken rice (boneless chicken breast or drumstick served with fragrant rice, baby pak choy, chicken broth, chili, ginger and dark soya sauce) or the tempura bento box.

Tea lovers will be more than delighted with the lengthy list of teas from around the globe, while the stellar selection of cocktails, champagne and wine make The Courtyard the perfect location for a few drinks with the girls, or for an intimate dinner date in Singapore. You’ll find The Courtyard located in the lobby of The Fullerton Hotel on Fullerton Square – secure one of the best tables at this beautiful Raffles Place venue by making your reservation ahead of time!

4 The Courtyard Reviews

Very Good
4 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Good
Value for money:Reasonable value
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Paul C.a year ago · 11 reviews

We really enjoyed our afternoon tea here. The sandwiches were mostly very nice, and the friendly staff brought trays and trays of them around for us to pick our favourites from. The scones were delicious too - served warm with jam and clotted cream (yes, real clotted cream in Singapore!). The cakes were a bit of a let down for us, although this might be because there was a special selection of them; they just weren't to our taste. But overall, we had a lovely time, the staff were wonderful (especially Sherlyn - thank you!) and we would definitely consider returning.

Naina N.7 months ago · 10 reviews

The courtyard has great ambience with natural light setting within the grandeur of The Fullerton hotel. The restaurant offers Indian and Japanese buffet and an afternoon tea buffet. The Indian buffet needs improvement as most of the dishes in the main course are not upto the mark.There are vegetarian options to try in the salad and the main course . Overall they can do much better in taste and variations.

Xing Yu O.a year ago · 9 reviews

Rsvp platform was easy to use but no confirmation by the restaurant one day before. Ambience at the restaurant was great but difficult to get staff's attention.

Seraphim Y.a year ago · 17 reviews

Went for the Yayoi Kusama high tea. Super hard to get the attention of the staff. Service was kinda appalling for hotel standards. Will not revisit again.