55 Restaurants in Raffles Place, Singapore

Rolling (and eating) in Raffles Place

Originally, way back in the day, Raffles Place was known as Commercial Square, a name that makes it a little easier to assume the nature of the area. Alas, this part of Singapore is the country’s centre of commerce, retail and business. It’s where deals are agreed on and money is made. It’s also where damn good food is made, and then eaten, obviously, not just by business men and women of Singapore but by anyone with a taste for high-end dining and truly international eats. Many restaurants in Raffles Place are therefore of a certain, rather high standard, but don’t think that’s the only way to roll, no, no, because Raffles Place also has restaurants for those on a budget. Tuck in your napkins, folks, hold on to your forks – the lowdown starts now.

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Lower East Side 45

Raffles Place
Mexican$$$$
4.7/69
Lower East Side 45

Monti At 1-Pavilion

Raffles Place
Italian$$$$
4.6/6265
Monti At 1-Pavilion

Angie’s Oyster Bar

Raffles Place
Seafood$$$$
4.6/649
Angie’s Oyster Bar
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The Landing Point

Raffles Place
High Tea$$$$
5.1/652
The Landing Point

Edge Food Theatre

Raffles Place
International$$$$
5.2/6155
Edge Food Theatre

Keyaki Japanese Restaurant

Raffles Place
Japanese$$$$
5.1/6140
Keyaki Japanese Restaurant

Sear Steakhouse

Raffles Place
Steak$$$$
5.1/625
Sear Steakhouse

Stellar Restaurant at 1-Altitude (62nd Level)

Raffles Place
Australian$$$$
4.9/6105
Stellar Restaurant at 1-Altitude (62nd Level)

The Clifford Pier

Raffles Place
International$$$$
4.8/668
The Clifford Pier

Pagi Sore – Telok Ayer

Raffles Place
Indonesian$$$$
4.6/626
Pagi Sore – Telok Ayer

Kazbar

Raffles Place
Lebanese$$$$
5.2/6224
Kazbar

Town

Raffles Place
International$$$$
4.7/640
Town

City Hotpot Shabu Shabu 旺炉

Raffles Place
Hotpot$$$$
5.1/6119
City Hotpot Shabu Shabu 旺炉

Lantern

Raffles Place
Drinks$$$$
5.0/645
Lantern

The Courtyard

Raffles Place
International$$$$
4.8/616
The Courtyard

The White Rocket

Raffles Place
International$$$$
4.3/613
The White Rocket

ELIZA

Raffles Place
Shanghainese$$$$
5.0/61
ELIZA

Spagtacular

Raffles Place
Italian$$$$
5.1/611
Spagtacular

Zafferano – Italian Restaurant & Lounge

Raffles Place
Italian$$$$
4.8/674
Zafferano – Italian Restaurant & Lounge

Sushi Mieda

Raffles Place
Japanese$$$$
4.9/617
Sushi Mieda
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    Raffles Place restaurants wouldn’t be right without a little glam

    We’re not going to try and claim that Raffles Place and its restaurants are the only place you’ll find a bit of glam in Singapore. Because, well, you can find glam just about anywhere. What we do claim, however, is that in the central square, around the interchange, towards Clarke Quay or at many places along this part of the riverside, high-end restaurants in Raffles Place are relatively highly-concentrated. Try Osteria Art for exquisite Italian or Stellar Restaurant atop 1-Altitude (62 floors high, to be precise) to dine on modern Australian cuisine that we’re quite sure will surpass anything from Down Under that you’re likely to have tried before. These aren’t Raffles Place restaurants that you’re going to visit every week, but they are Raffles Place restaurants to move your jaw somewhat closer to the floor.
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    Dining high, dining wide, Raffles Place restaurants score big

    So, high-end dining, that box is ticked. But as we alluded to just now with a little mention of Australian food, restaurants in Raffles Place also cover cuisines from every corner of the globe, giving all of us the opportunity not just to dine high, but to dine wide as well. Osteria Art, as we said, is a winner for Italian, but don’t even consider overlooking other Italian options like Zafferano or Monti At 1-Pavilion. Meanwhile, Artemis Grill is unmissable if you desire flavours slightly more Mediterranean, Super Loco is your bet for Mexican, Joah is great for Korean, The Clifford Pier for a big old mix up of everything international or, for a humble, wonderfully British afternoon tea, The Landing Point is a must. Goodness, we’re almost out of breath, but moral of the story: restaurants in Raffles Place vary a lot, as you can see.
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    Keep things cheap, keep things cheerful, keep things Quandoo

    All this talk of Raffles Place, restaurants and high-end dining means it’s time for one thing: cheap and cheerful. Business and finance and commerce doesn’t have to mean pricey food, so you’d best believe there are cafes and restaurants in Raffles Place that serve breakfast for a budget or dinner for a dime. Many serve the old Singapore favourites – chilli crab, chicken rice, all kinds of laksa – and don’t forget to go looking in the shopping malls. Malls, as locals well know, are great for cheaper eating and with so many of them in Raffles Place, restaurants for you will not be hard to find. Speaking of finding restaurants for you, Quandoo is good for that. Browse, reserve, eat, review, heck, maybe even repeat. There’s fun to be had at restaurants in Raffles Place, folks, so get online, get the app, get out there. Go on, go!