Waku Ghin showcases the brilliance of Chef Tetsuya Wakuda in his only establishment outside of his world-famous Sydney restaurant.
Opened in 2010 to rave reviews, Waku Ghin showcases the brilliance of Chef Tetsuya Wakuda in his only establishment outside of his world-famous Sydney restaurant.
From the restaurant name, which reflects the use of silver in the kitchen, to the small wall niches that hold his works of art, the chef’s personal imprint is found throughout Waku Ghin.
The award-winning restaurant’s dining concept is based upon a multi-faceted use of space, where diners can move from room to room, luxuriating over a bespoke experience of refined cuisine and exemplary service. The 8,000 square foot restaurant features an intimate lounge at the entrance for aperitifs before guests head to the private dining rooms.
Each private enclosure is helmed by a chef, bringing forward the season’s best to the Chef’s Table. Diners then move on to the main dining room or drawing room to relax over desserts, coffee and digestifs, while soaking in the sensational floor-to-ceiling view of the Singapore skyline.
Waku Ghin’s European/Japanese menu boasts new creations sourced from the freshest ingredients from the region and beyond. Signature items include Marinated Botan Shrimp with Sea Urchin and Caviar, and Australian Wagyu with Wasabi and Citrus Soy. A 10-course degustation menu is available for dinner in this gastronomic gem of a restaurant with only 25 seats, promising a truly private and exclusive experience.
In May 2012, Waku Ghin made its debut on the coveted S. Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, landing in 39th place. This was hailed as a “rare feat” by the organizers of the prestigious guide, a nod towards its debut on the list in just under two years.
You should eat at Waku Ghin because:
- Michelin starred
- Part of World's 50 best