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32 Restaurants in Robertson Quay, Singapore

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If you had to compare between Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay – three downtown districts that straddle the banks of the Singapore River – Robertson Quay undoubtedly comes up as the most laid-back of them all. That’s not to say there’s nothing to do here. Far from it; Robertson Quay offers restaurants, bars and other points of interest like its cousins do, but with a more refined edge. Tuck into dinner with waterfront views then head to a speciality dessert joint, before calling it a night at a wine bar – the choice is all yours across restaurants at Robertson Quay. To get started, have a look at the list of Robertson Quay restaurants on our website or app and filter by price and cuisine to find one that caters to your budget, taste and preferences. Are you ready? Let’s go!

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Dashi Master Marusaya

Robertson Quay
Japanese$$$$
5.1/690
Dashi Master Marusaya

Limoncello

Robertson Quay
Italian$$$$
4.8/6100
Limoncello

Boomarang - Robertson Quay

Robertson Quay
Australian$$$$
5.1/620
Boomarang - Robertson Quay
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Decker Barbecue

Robertson Quay
American$$$$
4.7/615
Decker Barbecue

TCC - The Pier @ Robertson

Robertson Quay
Cake & Coffee$$$$
5.3/622
TCC - The Pier @ Robertson
New

Les Bouchons - Robertson Quay

Robertson Quay
French$$$$
5.0/62
Les Bouchons - Robertson Quay

Plum & Toro

Robertson Quay
Japanese$$$$
5.1/67
Plum & Toro

Four Points Eatery

Robertson Quay
International$$$$
4.5/613
Four Points Eatery

TEN Sushi

Robertson Quay
Japanese$$$$
5.5/62
TEN Sushi

Barzaco

Robertson Quay
Italian$$$$
5.0/62
Barzaco

Bar Bar Black Sheep - Robertson Quay

Robertson Quay
Western$$$$
3.9/67
Bar Bar Black Sheep - Robertson Quay

Riverwok Modern Indochina Cuisine & Bar

Robertson Quay
Asian Fusion$$$$
4.0/61
Riverwok Modern Indochina Cuisine & Bar
New

Teppan Bar Q

Robertson Quay
Japanese$$$$
Teppan Bar Q
New

Casa Rustico

Robertson Quay
Italian$$$$
Casa Rustico

The Best Brew

Robertson Quay
Drinks$$$$
4.1/68
The Best Brew

Wolfgang's Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener

Robertson Quay
Steak$$$$
5.2/6425
Wolfgang's Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener

Dabbawalla

Robertson Quay
Indian$$$$
4.9/623
Dabbawalla

Super Loco - Robertson Quay

Robertson Quay
Mexican$$$$
5.0/6186
Super Loco - Robertson Quay

Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant

Robertson Quay
Japanese$$$$
4.5/6275
Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant

Bella Pasta

Robertson Quay
Italian$$$$
5.0/6117
Bella Pasta
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    Robertson Quay: Before the restaurant boom

    Robertson Quay may not have an MRT station situated within the precinct, but it nevertheless is an easily accessible part of town to explore by bus or foot from neighbouring hotspots Clarke Quay, Chinatown and Orchard. Perched right on the edge of the city centre, Robertson Quay is often thought of as a trendy central district where restaurants and bars stand shoulder to shoulder with premium hotels and condominiums – although that hasn’t always been the case. Back in the day, the area was characterised by swamps and mudflats, and it was only after commercial activity in Singapore had increased in the 19th century that the land was reclaimed to build docks and warehouses. Today, commerce in Robertson Quay continues to thrive, albeit in a different form, much to the delight of foodies near and far. It is home to some of Singapore’s finest F&B establishments, and they run the gamut from casual cafes to swanky cocktail bars to respectable fine-dining eateries.
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    Dining with a view at Robertson Quay’s restaurants

    Thanks to its location, the restaurants at Robertson Quay boast enviable waterfront views, guaranteed to impress your client, date or family members visiting from out of town. Variety is the spice of life, as they say, and Robertson Quay’s restaurants certainly live up to that with a broad range of cuisines from around the world. Soak up the chill riverside ambience with tacos and killer margaritas at hip Mexican outfit Super Loco, or feed your inner carnivore with a serving of traditional steak and fries at French restaurant Le Bouchons Rive Gauche. Hungry for seafood instead? The Belgian mussels at Brussels Sprouts are an absolute delight, washed down with a pint of Belgian beer, of course. Those who like their fresh catch from the sea cooked the local way should check out homegrown chain Red House’s Robertson Quay restaurant – the only one of three in Singapore that features patio seating by the river.
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    Affordable dining at restaurants in Robertson Quay

    Robertson Quay may not seem like the most obvious choice for budget eats, but there are certainly a handful of spots where you can find them, if you know where to look. At Bar Bar Black Sheep, northern Indian, Thai and western fare come together under one roof at wallet-friendly prices, leaving you with more money to spend on drinks in Singapore – known for having one of the highest alcohol taxes in the world. Nonetheless, quality wines and tapas can still be had without breaking the bank at Wine Connection, a buzzy Robertson Quay restaurant and bar that is a hit with the after-work crowd for its convivial atmosphere and fair prices. Places like these tend to fill up quickly in the evenings and on weekends, so why not book ahead for a fuss-free dining experience? With Quandoo, simply enter your preferred date, time and number of guests at the time of reservation to confirm a table for you and your crew at a Robertson Quay restaurant of your choice. It’s that easy!