Singapore’s iconic hotel, Raffles Singapore has a host of new dining experiences. BBR by Alain Ducasse continues to evolve. The unique concept takes diners on a culinary journey along the Mediterranean coast, complemented by a modern and vibrant ambience. In true Bar & Billiard Room fashion, dining at the restaurant will also be accompanied by a lively bar scene that is fun, relaxed and perfect for social gatherings.

Next is La Dame de Pic where one of the world’s top female chefs with three Michelin stars, Anne-Sophie Pic, will debut her entry into Asia. The restaurant reflects her search for aromatic complexity, combinations of flavours and powerful tastes that evoke emotions. Then there is yì by Jereme Leung, one of the most influential chefs in the modern Chinese culinary movement. Butcher’s Block is a vibrant steakhouse with focus on the world’s finest cuts of single sourced meats, showcased in The Vault, a glass meat cooler situated next to the open kitchen where meats are prepared and cooked to perfection.

Tiffin Room, which is a part of Raffles Singapore’s history since 1892, continues to celebrate the heritage and flavours of North India. The restaurant offers an evocative dining journey across the North Indian palate, from Rajasthan to Punjab to Lucknow through a refreshed semi-buffet lunch and ala carte dinner. The restored interior décor of the restaurant includes reinstating the wooden floorboards in Tiffin Room to bring back features from the early 1900s.

Tiffin Room
Tiffin Room

And yes, the Long Bar, the home of the Singapore Sling for over a hundred years, stays. Writers Bar, established as a tribute to famous writers that have come through the doors of Raffles Singapore over the years has been expanded to a full bar with bespoke craft cocktails, wines and spirits. Plus there is Ah Teng’s Café named after a famous local baker of the same name, who used to own a shop in the neighbourhood back in the 1900s.