Singapore’s food scene is seriously tucking into private dining, a phenomenon offering guests novelty, exclusivity and customisation that most traditional restaurants can’t.
Whichever way you cut it, this culinary concept is gaining a religious following, and in turn, creating a cadre of private chefs who are exercising more creative muscle under this newfangled ethos.
We have shortlisted four of the finest food purveyors in Singapore who may not yet be Michelin-ranked, but possess a generous serving of star quality.
A former structural engineer and architect, it’s no surprise that Atipico’s founder and chef, Matteo Pertoldi, creates visually stunning concoctions on a plate. His eye for design, coupled with his Italian and French roots, lend Atipico (meaning ‘atypical’ in Italian) its manicured, European-centric fare. Having started as a recreational supper club to meet gourmands, Pertoldi soon amassed a following large enough to spin his culinary dream into reality. Now, the business services an array of private and corporate clients, including Panerai and the Swedish ambassador to Singapore. www.atipico.sg