Snippets: Where to Eat in Keong Saik Road | Guide to the Best Restaurants to Check Out including Burnt Ends

Keong Saik, Singapore – One of the streets and precinct in Singapore where you can find a varied list of good restaurants, Keong Saik Road is a foodie street right smack in between Chinatown and Outram Park Station. From the iconic Potato Head Singapore to the highly raved Burnt Ends, here is a list of some of our top recommendations on this charming road.


Burnt Ends
One of the toughest restaurants to snag a reservation in Singapore, Burnt Ends is no stranger to accolades considering its commendable spot on the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants and Michelin Guide Singapore. Go for the counter seats, which is really the dining experience at Burnt Ends. While the menu evolves periodically, the signature dishes like the Burnt Ends Sanger remains on the menu. [Read more here…]
Where: 20 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088391


Pasta Bar
Located right beside Olivia is Pasta Bar, an Italian restaurant which serves more than ten types of homemade pasta. The main highlight at Pasta Bar is the bar area, where diners get to sit around the bar and watch the chefs at work in the open kitchen. The Tortelli shaped like wanton and filled with pumpkin over sage sauce is the must try dish here. [Read more here…]
Where: 55 Keong Saik Road, 01-05, Singapore 089158


Olivia Restaurant & Lounge
Olivia Restaurant & Lounge is a relatively new Barcelona restaurant housed within the gorgeous space of KeSa House. Run by ex Catalunya Singapore Chef Alain Devahive, expect a solid menu of Barcelona dishes with some of our favourites being the Mushroom and Truffle Croquettes, Beef, Foie Gras Carpaccio with Truffle Dressing and Roasted Meat Canelon with Parmesan Cream. The gorgeous space is another reason to head back for me. [Read more here…]
Where: 55 Keong Saik Road, #01-03, Singapore 089158


With a good reputation of being one of the best Spanish Tapas restaurant in Singapore, this shophouse restaurant offers a small and big plates concept on its menu. Expect a good mix of snacks like Iberico Croquette to mains like Grilled Spanish Octopus and Spanish Suckling Pig. Set menus are also available. [Read more here…]
Where: 16 Jiak Chuan Road, Singapore 089267


Bar Cicheti
There is this indie charm about Bar Cicheti which draws me to it the moment I stepped into the restaurant. With a concise one page food menu of Antipasti and Pasta, the selections are diverse from snacks such as the addictive Zucchine Fritti, Salvia Fritta to the homemade pastas like the Fusilli Nero, a squid ink pasta tossed with Japanese sea urchin, basil and anchovy crumb. Great dining ambience for a good evening of catch up with friends. [Read more here…]
Where: 10 Jiak Chuan Road, Singapore 089264


Kyuu by Shunsui
Located along the vibrant Keong Saik Road, just a few doors down from Wine and Chef, the restaurant offers a Ten-Course Omakase Menu at S$129++ per person, one of the most value for money options in town. It offers a variety of dishes on the omakase, instead of purely focusing on sushi. Some of the highlights are the Hokkaido rice nanatsuboshi covered with salmon roe, king crab and the fresh sashimi. [Read more here…]
Where: 29 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089136


Wine & Chef
Opened by the team behind the online wine shop, SG Wine Cellar, the team is serious about their wines. The concept of Wine & Chef is a combination of a retail wine space along with the specially curated food menu at wallet-friendly prices. Most of the dishes on the food menu are Mod-Sin inspired as the owner feels that many of their wines works really well with Asian dishes. Expect dishes like Crab Meat “Hokkien Mee” and Curry Pork Knuckle. [Read more here…]
Where: 7 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089115


The Guild 
The Guild is a collaboration between Chef Vincent “Vinny” Lauria and Young Master Brewery, Hong Kong’s highest rated and largest independent craft brewery. Food wise, there is no particular cuisine to define the dishes at The Guild, which takes its inspirations from different places, though the restaurant strives to use locally sourced ingredients where possible. Spot locally sourced oysters, pomfret and BCM Tagliatelle “Bolo” inspired by our local Bak Chor Mee on the menu. [Read more here…]
Where: 55 Keong Saik Road, #01-01, Singapore 089158


Potato Head Singapore
The most iconic landmark in Keong Saik Road has to be Potato Head Singapore, a brand which hails from Indonesia. Famous for its burgers, the charming location in Singapore has four storeys, along with an open air rooftop bar. Burgers by Three Buns, you can’t go very wrong with them if you are looking for somewhere casual to dine along this street. [Read more here…]Where: 35 Keong Siak Road, Singapore 089143


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