F&W's travel experts searched the globe for the year's best eating experiences. Here, eight amazing spots in Singapore.
Super-formal restaurants once led Singapore's dining scene; now it's all about casual spots like this Venetian gastropub. Snails with bone marrow is a standout dish. 20 Cross St., China Square Central, #01-19; sons.com.sg
At this restaurant/party, there are compartments for shoes so guests can dance on tables. The decadent comfort food includes foie gras satay and tartare with caviar. 23A Coleman St.; bacchanalia.asia
At his new, larger restaurant, Malcolm Lee continues to preserve Singapore's hawker fare and labor-intensive Peranakan "grandmother" cuisine, like his family's coconut chicken curry. 331 New Bridge Rd.; candlenut.com.sg
This fun Southeast Asian restaurant has shared plates like pork buns and fried quail eggs, and a long craft cocktail list. 23 Ann Siang Rd.; dingdong.com.sg
More urban beach shack than restaurant, Naked Finn has lightly grilled shrimp and lobster. 41 Malan Rd., Gillman Barracks; nakedfinn.com
Former hawker-stand owner Damian D'Silva, known as Big D, cooks traditional foods like a near-extinct dish of braised pork innards. 467 Joo Chiat Rd.; immigrants-gastrobar.com
Alysia Chan studied with London's offal-happy Fergus Henderson before opening this nose-to-tail spot. Organ meat is a staple here, so locals have embraced the beef-heart salad. 18 Gemmill Ln.
Peng Loh launches big hotels and restaurants around the globe. For Burnt Ends, he hired grill-obsessed Australian Dave Pynt to cook refined barbecue. burntends.com.sg