Talking about Peranakan food in Singapore – which is quite a form of culinary art, the popular Blue Ginger has always been considered one of the well-known restaurants in the local dining scene.
It can be an ideal intro to foreign guests to Peranakan cuisine, a unique fusion of Chinese and Malay influences known for its spicy and sour flavours.
It attracted even more attention when it earned the Michelin Bib Gourmand distinction, and continue to retain it.
The restaurant was conceived by a group of friends who wanted to create an inviting and intimate restaurant where customers can partake in a convivial dining experience over quality Peranakan fare – which at the time, was mostly prepared at home and enjoyed among family.
The main outlet is a narrow yet elegant three-storey restaurant in the CBD area, located near MRT Tanjong Pagar station.
It offers cosy and spacious dining rooms for private events and gatherings, decorated with works of local artists. Ideal for a business lunch or dinner with friends in the Tanjong Pagar area.
Its second outlet – 25 years after its flagship opened in Tanjong Pagar, is located at the recently-revamped