When Raffles Singapore’s main building opened in 1899, the entire ground floor was dedicated to dining. It was known as the Main Dining Room and boasted cool marble floors, tall French doors and elegant appointments. In 1923, a portion of the Main Dining Room was set aside as a Grill Room and it underwent a period of transformation from the 1950s when it was named the Elizabethan Grill in honour of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II to the current warm and inviting Raffles Grill.With an illustrious history and a myriad of awards bestowed through the years, Raffles Grill is well-regarded for its remarkable cuisine, fine wines and excellent service.
Experience the best of Chef Mickael’s exciting and inventive cuisine featuring a distinctive selection of fresh produce ensconced in contemporary French style. “Basically, the cuisine is modern French with light touches of Asian elements as I enjoy working with Asian herbs and spices and I also like to create beautiful presentations for my customers. The presentation, aroma and taste all add to the total dining experience,” he says. The seasonal menu now features a tapas selection in addition to the degustation and à la carte menu.
Chef: Mickael Le Calvez