Famous for its graceful Merlion sculpture and the surrounding coastal park, Fullerton is also a great dining destination. There are plenty of excellent restaurants along Fullerton Road, most of them overlooking the harbour. Close to some of central Singapore's finest hotels and sporting its own retail and dining complex, the area is a great option if you are staying or working in the heart of the Lion City. With coastal breezes and beautiful views, there aren't many more enjoyable experiences than dining at Fullerton restaurants.
Thanks to the Merlion, restaurants in Fullerton cater to a huge tourist crowd. If you have made the trip to the region to have your selfie taken with Singapore's iconic sculpture, why not head to one of the area's excellent restaurants afterwards? Fullerton won't disappoint tourists on the dining front. With excellent Italian and Japanese options, as well as plenty more in nearby Raffles Place, you can easily find somewhere within walking distance of the Merlion (and not too far from your hotel if you are staying near the city centre.
Anyone who works in central Singapore will find that Fullerton restaurants are the perfect venue. If you need to wine and dine clients who are in town for a couple of days, you can combine fabulous food, fine wines and a sublime setting. If you have to strategise with workmates, the tranquil harbour-side eateries in the area are just perfect. Order up some sushi to share and get down to business in a relaxed environment. And the same goes for celebrations. With some of Italy's exceptional wines available by the bottle, Fullerton's restaurants will be a superb venue for festive parties or birthdays alike.
They may be relaxed and beautifully situated, but the best restaurants in Fullerton are also some of the classiest in central Singapore. If you feel the need for a gourmet Italian meal, check out Quandoo's database and hop on the MRT to Raffles Place. When you do, superb trattorias are a short walk away. And excellent bento or sashimi could be on the menu too. If you love fine cuisine, Fullerton's restaurants are hard to beat.