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Singapore Reigns Supreme: Nine Restaurants Make Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024 List

This year’s Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list showcases establishments from 19 cities, with eight new entries. Nine restaurants on the list hail from Singapore.

SÉZANNE IN TOKYO claims the No. 1 spot at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024.

Under the guidance of Chef Daniel Calvert, Sézanne presents neo-French cuisine, blending modern classics with precision and infusing top-notch Japanese ingredients. Located on the 7th floor of the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, the restaurant draws inspiration from the namesake town in France’s Champagne region. Indulge in an exquisite dining journey featuring a wide array of rare champagne selections, artisanal sparkling wines, and vintage cuvées.

Nine restaurants on the list hail from Singapore.

Singapore’s nine entries on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 list showcase the city’s vibrant and diverse culinary scene. From French fine dining to innovative takes on global cuisines, Singapore offers a taste adventure for every palate. This recognition is a testament to the talent and dedication of Singapore’s chefs and restaurateurs, who continue to push boundaries and redefine the culinary landscape in Asia.

Odette takes the No. 10 spot on the list as the top-ranking restaurant in Singapore.

Leading the Singapore pack is the ever-exquisite Odette, helmed by the talented chef Julien Royer. Odette retains its title as the top-ranked restaurant in Singapore, showcasing its continued excellence in French haute cuisine with a focus on seasonal ingredients. Diners can expect a masterful display of technique and artistry on their plates, all complemented by impeccable service and a breathtaking ambiance.

This year’s list welcomes two exciting newcomers from Singapore.

Seroja takes the highest new entry spot at No. 31, impressing with its innovative take on modern European cuisine. Chef-owner Shane Delia creates a unique and playful dining experience, sure to tantalize the taste buds of adventurous gourmands. Lolla, helmed by chef-owner Davide Rizzi, also debuts on the list at No. 43, offering diners a taste of authentic Italian flavors with a touch of contemporary flair.

Several established Singaporean restaurants solidify their positions on the list.

Labyrinth, helmed by Chef-owner Rishikesh Muralidharan, continues to garner recognition for its progressive Indian cuisine, ranking at No. 30. Meta by chef-owner Gareth Robbs maintains its reputation for innovative and globally-inspired dishes, securing the No. 28 spot.

Other Singaporean stalwarts include Burnt Ends (No. 15) – a haven for barbecue enthusiasts – and Euphoria (No. 20), renowned for its focus on progressive Australian cuisine.

With such a strong showing on the 2024 list, Singapore’s culinary scene promises even more exciting developments in the years to come. As new talents emerge and established players continue to innovate, Singapore will remain a top destination for food lovers across the globe.