Iggy’s is named after its founder, Sommelier and Restaurateur, Ignatius Chan.
One of the top restaurants in Singapore, Iggy’s has won many international accolades and a following to match.
The cuisine is progressive modern European and incorporates ideas and ingredients from Europe, Asia and Australia. The culinary team works with Ignatius to create dishes inspired by Ignatius’ travels and dining experiences. The wine list also focuses on Burgundies, Rieslings and Champagnes.
Iggy’s relocated to the Hilton Hotel in September 2010, where it now seats 40 guests and has two private dining rooms and a dessert counter where guests can watch the dessert chef at work.
Included in the S.Pellegrino World’s Best Restaurants list since 2006, it currently holds the 28th position. Iggy’s also topped the list of the 2010/2011 Miele Guide. This is one fine dining establishment definitely worth visiting when in Singapore.