Michelin Star Restaurants – the peak of culinary excellence, the industry standard, the crème de la crème of all restaurants, the description goes on…

The Guide Michelin ranks these restaurants based on their quality. Here are a few symbols that you should look out for, stated in the guide:


Before being awarded the prestigious star(s), restaurants that are under the radar and just starting out may be awarded the Michelin Plate.


signifies “a very good restaurant”,



are an indicator of “excellent cooking that is worth a detour”,



mean “exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey”; the crème de la crème of what the country and the world has to offer


Beginning from 1933, this guide was developed originally to direct French drivers where local amenities such as restaurants and mechanics were, especially in foreign seas. Now, this guide has been used by many serious foodies where prestigious restaurant establishments are located all over the world.

Whilst Singapore might be a young country, our culture boasts a rich and loyal food-seeking habit that many of you probably have. In this list, we present you the Michelin Star restaurants in Singapore that offers delivery in this current situation.


  1. Odette

What makes it special? Royer’s food, combined with best-in-class hospitality. The 37-year-old Frenchman sources the highest quality products from specialist artisans across the world – from Europe to Asia and Australia.


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Three Michelin-starred Odette is churning out their beloved home-dining experience, Odette at Home, to diners once again. From the beautiful Hokkaido Uni ‘Pain Perdu’, complete with brown butter, finger lime and yuzu to the ever-popular Pithiviers ‘Grande Cuisine’, diners will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the dishes here.

Odette at Home is available for islandwide delivery.

  1. Iggy’s

Overhauled in 2016, this is one of Singapore’s best known restaurants. Here, ingredients are flown in from Japan and Europe twice a week. A new kitchen team came on board in 2018, but the owner ensures his vision is carried through. Carabinero risotto, one of the all-time favourites on the menu, is still available and wonderful as ever. The wine list features a great selection of Burgundy labels, some ordered directly from the winery.


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Get a bit of Iggy’s seasonal menu delivered right to your doorstep. Besides bento boxes for a quick, fuss-free lunch while you work from home, the one Michelin-starred restaurant has also prepared a menu of roasts for the whole family, as well as a neat selection of pasta, burgers and wine to choose from.

  1. Burnt Ends

Aussie BBQ restaurant Burnt Ends has one Michelin star and is one of the most difficult restaurants in Singapore to get a table at. Chef/owner Dave Pynt has successfully introduced this simple, straightforward yet outrageously good cuisine to Singapore.

Getting a reservation at Burnt Ends on most days is like fighting a war — and you’re on the losing end. This is why we’re incredibly excited that Burnt Ends will be offering takeaway and islandwide delivery during this period, so we can finally get our hands on some of their delicious dishes once again. A good selection of a la carte dishes are available for order, but if you’re anything like us, we recommend the set meals for two, four or ten for the ultimate fuss-free experience.

  1. Shinji

Shinji by Kanesaka is Chef Kanesaka’s first venture outside Japan and it honours the same prodigious quality that made him an esteemed character in the culinary world.


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Who’s to say you can’t have good sushi at home? One Michelin-starred Shinji is offering takeaways of their quality cuts, so you won’t have to settle for anything less. The 15-piece assorted nigiri sushi mix, for instance, uses only the freshest seasonal fish and seafood, while the Special Chirashi is a decadent bowl of creamy uni, generous amounts of ikura and minced fatty tuna, topped with a mound of caviar on top of rice. If you’re addicted to uni, you can also order an entire box of Shinji’s legendary uni for yourself, complete with nori sushi rice, wasabi and soya sauce to craft your own handrolls with.

  1. Meta

Meta – meaning change, alternation, and alteration – serves up classic French-inspired cuisine with an Asian twist in a stylish setting by renowned celebrity interior designer Peter Tay.


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Following the restrictions, Meta has relaunched the popular Meta-to-go, a delivery and takeaway service for diners who want to indulge in some of their hearty Korean dishes. Besides a neat a la carte menu, the restaurant has conscientiously prepared three different set meals, including the Meta Galbi Doepbap Set, Meta Hamburg Doepbap Set as well as the Korean Heritage Menu for those who aren’t too fond of choosing.

  1. Restaurant Nouri

Who’s the chef? As part owner and chef of Nouri, Ivan Brehm boasts an impressive CV, having worked at some of the top restaurants in the world, perhaps most notably as a development chef in the experimental kitchen of The Fat Duck for four years. Nouri opened its doors in 2017, winning a Michelin star in its first year.


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Who doesn’t love a good burger? The fact that Restaurant Nouri even named theirs the Perfection Burger, well, we’re sold already.

  1. Cheek Bistro

Cheek Bistro – is a Modern Australian Restaurant located in Singapore, helmed by husband-and-wife team, Rishi Naleendra and Manuela Toniolo.


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One Michelin-starred Cheek Bistro is partnering up with their sister brand, Cloudstreet for deliveries and takeaways. The exciting lineup includes favourites like the red snapper Fish ‘n Chips with green peas and tartare sauce, but diners can also look forward to new dishes like the Kumquat and Chocolate Tart, a tangy dessert that was made in collaboration with Cloudstreet.


  1. Basque Kitchen by Aitor

Michelin One Star Contemporary Basque cuisine reinterpreted by Chef-Patron Aitor Jeronimo Orive. Indulge in Basque classics at home with the dishes from Basque Kitchen by Aitor. Here, feast on dishes like the Iberico Pork Ribs, a tender slow-cooked overnight plate that’s dressed in a beautiful honey-glaze sauce, or others like The Hake, featuring fresh, line-caught hake that’s fried and served with a classic Basque Piperrada sauce. If you’re a fan of Basque cheesecake, well, then there’s really nowhere better than Basque Kitchen to grab a slice (or the whole cake) at.


These restaurants accept diners but are extremely encouraged to make reservations beforehand since they’re very popular. Making reservations also helps you manage your expectations since their menus change often. Also, this is the best opportunity for the chefs to take note if you have any special considerations and allergies you may have before serving you the best of what they can offer.


Hope this list of the Michelin Star restaurants in Singapore that offers delivery was of help to you. Happy eating!

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