Last minute ideas: The 3 best gourmet restaurants for Christmas dinner

If you’re too busy working and the holiday season is elusive, do not worry, because we have a short and exclusive list of fine dishes that are still available during Christmas time for dinner between friends or between your loved ones. each. The sport of gastronomy extends well beyond the mouth to art and the human experience. Find your fast food and experiential solution among the top 3 LUXUO gourmet restaurants in Singapore.

Jiang-Nan Chun, Four Seasons Hotel

Created by Executive Chef Tim Lam, the 6-course special is available on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. The Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant prepares each component from scratch and uses only the freshest ingredients.

Inside the restaurant, the majestic oriental decor offered a royal atmosphere. Inspired by elements from the Jiang-Nan region, such as the Yangtze River and the nuances of Chinese royal palaces, this carefully decorated space is perfect for meetings of all ages and occasions.

Our favorite dish was steamed cod fillet with green ginger. The indescribable dish did not catch our attention until we tasted it. The fresh cod fillet was perfectly matched with the special blend of green ginger sauce that overflowed with flavor, while maintaining a perfectly light and balanced taste. Order the Cha Wang – sacred best tea from China – to accompany your meal. Although we expect the ginseng content to become bitter, the special blend of oolong and ginseng left a nice nectarous aftertaste with slight floral notes.

The 6-course Christmas and New Year’s set is available at a price of 188 USD. For reservations and inquiries, please contact +65 6831 7220 .

Restaurant CURE

CURE, led by chef Andrew Walsh, with many Michelin-starred restaurants, is a critically acclaimed restaurant in the vicinity of Keong Saik Street. The gourmet bistro can only seat 40 people, but boasts one of the best dining experiences in Singapore with its ever-changing menu based on the best seasonal produce, which Chef Walsh is able to get his hands on hand.

CURE claims to be a “modern urban neighborhood restaurant”, but the ambiance of this space is far from the archetypal minimalist-chic character of most cafes today. Up to the bespoke cutlery, the restaurant offers an intimate experience to the diners, marked by its festive menu.

You have the choice between a 5 or 7 course menu with optional agreement. For the main course, we recommend red snapper with Jerusalem artichokes and cereals or short pastrami of sour cream and red cabbage beef. Finish your meal with the meringue with Christmas fruit.

The 5-course menu is priced at 130 USD and the 7-course set at 160 USD, with optional wines at an additional cost. For reservations and inquiries, contact at +65 6221 2189 .

Il Cielo, Hilton Singapore

Il Cielo marries Italian gastronomy with a Japanese touch. Located at level 24 of the Hilton Singapore hotel, the Italian rooftop restaurant is led by chef Yohhei Sasaki, who has spent many years in the kitchen of the finest Italian Michelin-starred restaurants in Tuscany and Lombardy.

Chef Sasaki’s 6-course menu includes foie gras and buri (with yellow tail, Japanese daikon, horse radish and Yuzu Miso vinaigrette), a pan-fried “Aqua Pazza” with vegetables and a grapefruit sauce, Winter Turnips and Green and Red Salsa Verde Shiso), and a Roasted Veal Saltimbocca (with veal jus and mixed berry sauce, winter black truffle, winter vegetables and matcha crumble).

The six-course festive menu is priced at $ 138 SGD + per person. For reservations and inquiries, contact +65 6730 3395 .

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