Chef de Cuisine Seth Lai – formerly of Iggy’s and Esora – runs the show at 28Wilkie. Interpreting Japanese seasonal produce with a modern European fine-dining lens, the highly sensorial menus take you through a deeply personal journey studded with refined takes on familiar flavours.
Back in Singapore for its seventh year, the Michelin Guide has unveiled its curated list of the best places to have a meal. In 2023, a total of 55 restaurants have been conferred that elusive star – or, as the French call it, 'macaroon' – by the epicurean manual. This year, five new restaurants made the list and they will be signalled by an asterisk (*) in the list below.
The guide uses five criteria to assess these restaurants: mastery of technique; quality of ingredients; chef's personality; value for money; and consistency. The list leans towards fine-dining restaurants that offer degustation menus that often cost upwards of $100, however, it also names some hawkers and casual dining spots like Putien if you don't want to break the bank.
Alternatively, head over to this list of restaurants that earned a Bib Gourmand award, Michelin-recommended meals that cost less than $45.