Iggy’s is another popular restaurant in Singapore as it offers you some creative cuisine inspired from the delicate flavors from every corner of the culinary world. Located in the lavish Hilton Singapore Hotel, the restaurant provides you with some exclusive dishes like Cappellini with sakura ebi. Iggy’s offers you with a graceful gastronomic dining experience. The 42-seat restaurant provides you with a seasonal menu that largely possesses international cuisine with a touch of the Singaporean flavor.


Head Chef Aitor Jeronimo Orive is known for sourcing produce from Japan and other parts of the world to provide you with cuisines made using the freshest ingredients. Launched in 2004, Iggy’s has always been in the limelight of Singapore’s culinary scene and also forms a great part of the gastronomic culture from the day of its launch. Owned by the famous Restaurateur and Sommelier Ignatius Chan who likes to push the boundaries of the culinary scene to offer the customers with the best possible menu and wine and also to make a mark in the industry. And because of his efforts, Iggy’s is one of the first restaurants to feature in the S.Pellegrino’s list. It also has been on the Miele Guide for 3 times to be named as the best restaurant in Asia. Along with that, Iggy’s was also featured in the Foodie Top 100 Restaurants compiled by a panel of top food critics including Patricia Wells, Gael Greene, Ruth Reichl and Masuhiro Yamamoto.

With so many awards, you can be guaranteed of a larger than life gastronomic dining experience.

With that many accolades, one would expect more than a gastronomic experience.

Q In the Kitchen

Head Chef Aitor Jeronimo Orive at Iggy’s brings with him loads of experience and contemporary culinary techniques that enables him to create some of the extraordinary cuisines that you never find anywhere in Singapore. He’s known to always look for quality and fresh ingredients and mixes them in the right proportion so that every characteristics of the ingredients speaks for themselves in the final output.

Having worked with some of the best restaurants including The Fat Duck, Mugaritz and Nerua Guggenheim under some celebrated chefs in the world, Head Chef Aitor focusses largely on consistency, discipline mixed with out of the world cooking techniques to push the culinary boundaries to some extent.

Q Awards and Achievements

Michelin Guide Singapore 2017: One Star ☆

Q The Menu

9 course gatronomic menu: SGD 235++
7 course dinner menu: SGD 195++

Q Dress code, children and other policies.

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  • Tuesday12:00 - 13:3019:00 - 21:30
  • Wednesday12:00 - 13:3019:00 - 21:30
  • Thursday12:00 - 13:3019:00 - 21:30
  • Friday12:00 - 13:3019:00 - 21:30
  • Saturday12:00 - 13:3019:00 - 21:30

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  • Meals served:Lunch, Dinner
  • Cuisine Style:Modern European

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