Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024: Singapore claims nine spots, with Odette named best in Singapore

By Evan Mua March 26, 2024
Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024: Singapore claims nine spots, with Odette named best in Singapore
Nine restaurants from Singapore make the cut for the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list in 2024. Photos (clockwise from top left): Odette/Instagram, Euphoria/Instagram, Born/Instagram, Burnt Ends/Instagram

Today is one of the most exciting days for Asia’s restaurant scene: The list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for 2024 is unveiled.

This comes after the rankings for positions 51 to 100 were announced on Mar 13.

Launched in 2013, the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list is a yearly affair and spans locales ranging from the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, to Japan.

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Julien Royer’s Odette still remains the top restaurant in Singapore. Photo: Odette/Instagram

Held in Seoul’s Grand Intercontinental hotel this year, the ceremony pays homage to the region’s most outstanding restaurants and chefs, giving hardworking F&B visionaries due recognition.

Nine Singapore-based restaurants made the cut for the top 50 spots, while another eight took positions in the extended top 51 to 100 list.

Modern French outfit Odette remains top dog in Singapore, coming in at no. 10 in the 2024 edition of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.

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With a strong debut at 31, Seroja is the highest new entry for 2024. Photo: Seroja/Instagram

Stalwart smokehouse Burnt Ends ranks second in the Lion City after being promoted to no. 15 from last year’s 25.

At the same time, Seroja — a big winner at last year’s Michelin award ceremony — makes its debut at a respectable no. 31, earning itself the Highest New Entry Award.

Check out all the local entrants here:

10. Odette
15. Burnt Ends
20. Euphoria
25. Born
28. Meta
30. Labyrinth
31. Seroja
38. Les Amis
43. Lolla
53. Jaan by Kirk Westway
57. Zen
72. Thevar
73. Nae:Um
74. Peach Blossoms
75. Summer Pavilion
81. Mustard Seed
82. Cloudstreet

Beyond Singapore, Tokyo reigns supreme at this year’s awards.

It takes up five spots out of the top 50, including the top two positions. Sezanne rises to first from its second place in 2023 and Florilege jumps to second from seventh.

asia's 50 best restaurants 2024
Tokyo reigns supreme, as Sezanne is crowned the best in Asia. Photo: Sezanne/instagram

Ultimately though, Singapore emerges the most star-studded city of the year, as it takes up nine spots in tonight’s ceremony, with Bangkok coming in a close second with eight.

Here’s the the full list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for 2024:

  1. Sezanne, Tokyo
  2. Florilege, Tokyo
  3. Gaggan Anand, Bangkok
  4. The Chairman, Hong Kong
  5. Wing, Hong Kong
  6. Nusara, Bangkok
  7. Suhring, Bangkok
  8. Den, Tokyo
  9. La Cime, Osaka
  10. Odette, Singapore
  11. Sorn, Bangkok
  12. Le Du, Bangkok
  13. Mingles, Seoul
  14. Narisawa, Tokyo
  15. Burnt Ends, Singapore
  16. Neighborhood, Hong Kong
  17. Potong, Bangkok
  18. 7th Door, Seoul
  19. Fu He Hui, Shanghai
  20. Euphoria, Singapore
  21. Onjium, Seoul
  22. Logy, Taipei
  23. Masque, Mumbai
  24. Toyo Eatery, Manila
  25. Born, Singapore
  26. Indian Accent, New Delhi
  27. Mono, Hong Kong
  28. Meta, Singapore
  29. Samrub Samrub Thai, Bangkok
  30. Labyrinth, Singapore
  31. Seroja, Singapore
  32. Caprice, Hong Kong
  33. JL Studio, Taichung
  34. Mume, Taipei
  35. Villa Aida, Wakayama
  36. Ling Long, Shanghai
  37. Ando, Hong Kong
  38. Les Amis, Singapore
  39. Sazenka, Tokyo
  40. 102 House, Shanghai
  41. Mosu, Seoul
  42. Baan Tepa, Bangkok
  43. Lolla, Singapore
  44. Avartana, Chennai
  45. Goh, Fukuoka
  46. August, Jakarta,
  47. Cenci, Kyoto
  48. Anan Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City
  49. Chef Tam’s Seasons, Macau
  50. Meet the Bund, Shanghai

For more ideas on what to eat, read our stories on Bar Cicheti’s enchanting new revamp and the most exciting new openings in Singapore to explore.

Burnt Ends Bakery is on the GrabFood delivery service and offers free delivery (up to S$3 off) with GrabUnlimited.

Do explore the new GrabFood Dine-in service for awesome deals.

You can also book a ride to experience some of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants!

Evan Mua


Evan started off writing about food on Instagram, before joining outlets such as Buro and Confirm Good to pursue his passion. His best work usually comes after his first whisky shot in the morning.

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