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T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - Dining -

Pub­lished since 1986, Sin­ga­pore Tatler’s Best Restau­rants has been of­fer­ing an au­thor­i­ta­tive snap­shot of the na­tion’s best din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences for more than three decades. It has as­sessed and re­flected the ex­po­nen­tial growth that our lauded din­ing scene has en­joyed—cel­e­brat­ing stal­warts along­side new tal­ent who help change the way we feast, one de­li­cious dish at a time.

The din­ing scene over the last year has been a bit of a roller­coaster ride for gour­mands, who were left ques­tion­ing what the fu­ture might bring now that some of the biggest names have shut­tered, in­clud­ing Sin­ga­pore’s only three-miche­lin-starred restau­rant, Joël Robu­chon. But we’ve gained some fine ones, too, whose stars we pre­dict will shine even brighter in the com­ing years.

Esora, for one, has only been open for a few of months and is al­ready get­ting a ton of praise— from pun­dits and din­ers alike. And af­ter a suc­cess­ful run at Iggy’s, chef Ai­tor Jeron­imo Orive has de­cided to forge his own path, serv­ing reimag­ined Basque cui­sine at the newly opened Basque Kitchen by Ai­tor. With many more ex­cit­ing ar­rivals slated for the near fu­ture, we can only wait with bated breath and ready ap­petites for what’s to come. In the mean­time, we re­main thank­ful that we’re al­ready spoilt for choice.

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