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Portuguese Restaurants in Singapore

 Sample the finest Portuguese cooking in Singapore’s restaurants

During the Age of Exploration, Portuguese sailors regularly visited Southeast Asia, setting up trading posts in Indonesia and places like Macau. Given that long history of links between Portugal and the region, it's not surprising that Portuguese cuisine was introduced in this part of the world, resulting in some truly excellent Portuguese restaurants in Singapore. That's great news for gourmet dining fans in the little red dot. From fresh fish and succulent meat to decadent desserts, Singapore's Portuguese restaurants offer something that all diners will adore. Book now with Quandoo to explore what Portugal's gastronomy has to offer.

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The Berlin Bar and Restaurant

The Berlin Bar and Restaurant

City Hall
European$$$$
4.6/670
The Berlin Bar and Restaurant
Chef's Table by Chef Stephan Zoisl

Chef's Table by Chef Stephan Zoisl

Tanjong Pagar
European$$$$
5.6/652
Chef's Table by Chef Stephan Zoisl
Brine

Brine

Bugis
European$$$$
5.1/656
Brine
Alma by Juan Amador

Alma by Juan Amador

Orchard
European$$$$
5.2/617
Alma by Juan Amador
Tree Lizard

Tree Lizard

Dempsey
European$$$$
4.2/637
Tree Lizard
NOX – Dine in the Dark

NOX – Dine in the Dark

Bugis
European$$$$
5.2/627
NOX – Dine in the Dark
Wheeler's Estate

Wheeler's Estate

Seletar
European$$$$
4.8/69
Wheeler's Estate
Rebel Chefs Bistro & Bar

Rebel Chefs Bistro & Bar

Katong
European$$$$
5.2/621
Rebel Chefs Bistro & Bar
The Tavern

The Tavern

River Valley
European$$$$
4.6/624
The Tavern
Boca

Boca

Telok Ayer
European$$$$
4.4/621
Boca
Glasshouse by DHM

Glasshouse by DHM

Orchard
European$$$$
4.8/610
Glasshouse by DHM
Xperience Restaurant

Xperience Restaurant

Raffles Place
European$$$$
4.9/67
Xperience Restaurant
The Fine Line

The Fine Line

Holland Village
European$$$$
4.7/69
The Fine Line
Pool Grill

Pool Grill

Orchard Road
European$$$$
5.0/67
Pool Grill
Porta

Porta

Clarke Quay
European$$$$
4.6/68
Porta
King Ohmii

King Ohmii

Robertson Quay
European$$$$
4.5/62
King Ohmii
Tablescape

Tablescape

City Hall
European$$$$
4.7/63
Tablescape
The Carvery

The Carvery

Alexandra
European$$$$
The Carvery
5 Senses

5 Senses

Bedok
European$$$$
5.2/647
5 Senses
House of Commons

House of Commons

Little India
European
5.0/62
House of Commons
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    Try delicious Portuguese seafood at restaurants in Singapore

    One of the best things about the cuisine of Portugal is the way their chefs understand how to use seafood. The country is famous for salt cod (bacalhau), which tends to be served with thin cut chips, as well as healthy grilled platters featuring sardines, squid and octopus. But there are lesser known delicacies to explore as well, such as monkfish and eel soup. If you love seafood, Singapore's Portuguese restaurants should be at the top of your dining to-do list.
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    The meat dishes are fantastic at Singapore's Portuguese restaurants

    There may not be many Portuguese restaurants in Singapore right now, but it's a cuisine that looks ready to lift-off. Part of that is down to their seafood, but Portugal's meat dishes are just as enticing. Many people don't realise it, but Portugal gave birth to Piri Piri sauce, which is often served liberally with grilled or fried chicken. There are also some hard to resist smoked ham varieties, an endless list of sausages and – the crown jewel of Portuguese cooking – delicate, flame grilled Mirandesa steaks. Especially for those carnivorously inclined, Singapore's Portuguese restaurants are the place to go.
  3. 3.

    Celebrate and relax at Singapore's Portuguese restaurants

    Portuguese restaurants in Singapore are dotted all throughout this vast and bustling city, and make the perfect spots to relax after a day spent exploring and sightseeing, for special family occasions, or if you’re in town on business, they make the ideal location for a post-conference dinner. With some gorgeous wines and delectable desserts like Portugal's famous custard tarts pasteis de nata), you’ll be in culinary heaven no matter where you dine, that’s for sure. Book a Portuguese eatery today to enjoy one of Europe's delectable culinary traditions.