Singapore’s Top 5 Restaurants for Wine Lovers

Best Singapore Restaurants for Wine Lovers

Among the few things that add joy and colour to life is the elixir called wine. Singapore offers a fine selection of wine restaurants and wine bars for lovers of wine. They have talented chefs who utilise the bountiful ingredients to create dishes that pair perfectly with the wines. Following is a list of fine wine establishments and bistros in the city.

Praelum Wine Bistro

The wine establishment houses over 100-250 wine labels, which are sure to win over any discerning wine lover. A sommelier can guide you in choosing from the 1000 bottles of wine collection. The bistro uses Coravin, and Enomatic wine preservation systems and the wines are sold by the glass. The bistro also offers unparalleled service and delicious food items, which are sure to leave a lasting impression. For example, you can pair the fine wines with delicious braised beef cheeks or a whole baked brie topped with roasted garlic and crushed nuts. Other dishes include scallops served with cognac beurre blanc and Tarte flambe of mushrooms, gruyere cheese and onions.

So France

This is a French bistro and wine bar located in the heart of Singapore at the Duo Galleria. This eatery offers excellent artisanal produce and bottlings of exclusive wine. You can explore the wine collection to choose a white or a red of your choice and later pair it with the delicious gourmet food offered in the dining area. Some of the pairing favourites include salted meats, fresh oysters, and baked camemberts.

db Bistro & Oyster Bar

This popular establishment is the brainchild of celebrity chef Daniel Boulud, which offers over 250 wine labels and consistently good food. The wine cellar houses many classic wines from France and showcases the impressive quality and the myriad styles of fine wines. Among the many French wines is the ethereal Burgundy and the structured Rhône. There are also many Californian wines, which date back to the mid-20th century. One is sure to find the wine that best suits their palette and can be paired with the delectable dishes offered by the bistro. The gourmet food menu consists of duck confit, seafood platter with fresh oysters, jumbo prawns and Maine lobster, among other dishes.

Wine Connection

The Wine Connection is one of the city’s favourite places to go to after work. This wine establishment has many branches all around the island, with the most popular one at the Robertson Walk. The Wine Connection at Robertson Walk has a bistro located in the courtyard, with a cheese bar and a deli that offers delicious food to be paired with fine wines.

The White Rabbit

This fine establishment is located in a conserved chapel from the 1930s. The restaurant serves modern European flavours, with dishes like the classic lobster bisque, Rangers Valley carpaccio, Alaskan king crab tagliatelle and the Brandt short ribs, which take over 36 hours to make. The restaurant boasts of a sophisticated award-winning wine list, which can complement the delectable dishes very well. One can choose from any of the boutique wines, which have been carefully sourced from across the world.

Chef Mark Dubois
Chef Mark Dubois

Mark Dubois grew up in a tinny village in the South of France where fresh ingredients, traditional recipes, and fantastic french wines are present in every house and corner. Chef Mark is specialised in Mediterranean Gastronomy, but he is more passionate about baking. Chef Mark is currently working as a hosted Chef in different restaurants around Europe.

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