At the world-renowned Iggy’s restaurant, every meal is an exquisite culinary adventure in itself. One of the more acclaimed dining establishments in Singapore (if not the most), Iggy’s has chalked up quite a number of accolades from the Who’s Who in the food & beverage industry. Having made the cut in the illustrious S. Pelligrino list of Best Restaurants in the World from 2007 to 2011, Iggy’s has also been named the Number One restaurant in Miele Guide Asia. Refine your palate with a dinner for two completely free of charge, and let all your past lousy dining experiences wash away as your meal brings you to a whole new realm of gastronomic ecstasy.
Named after founder and restauranteur Ignatius Chan, the cuisine at Iggy‘s is inspired by his travels and dining experiences. Incorporating ideas and ingredients from Europe, Asia, and Australia, the culinary team strives to create new dishes based on Ignatius’s favourite foods and food combinations.
What they say
“The service was professional- the staff were attentive, observant and anticipated nearly all our needs. The menu was equally notable. Each course was an interesting and unique blend of Japanese ingredients and flavours with European concepts. Courses like scallop sashimi with foie gras sauce and yuzu lime and char-grilled quail with white asparagus and fresh morels were surprising, delicate and refreshingly new and creative combinations.” – I.S Magazine