Flutes at the Fort
Flutes at the Fort Review
Frangipani perfumes the air as you ascend the steps to this former colonial residence in Ft. Canning's gardens. Built in 1908, it was home to Singapore's fire chiefs for most of the 20th century before being transformed into a modern Australian restaurant. Opt for a seat on the balcony where you can admire the garden, which twinkles with subtle fairy lights at night, or admire the exceptional photographs of Singapore. The menu changes regularly, but staples include homemade breads, lobster bisque, lamb with Parmesan crust, and Roma tomato tart. The cheese platter is one of the few in Singapore that includes quince paste. Enter from the Singapore Philatelic Museum's parking lot for the shortest walk.
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