Singapore Food Guide: Things to Eat at Duxton Hill

Singapore Food Guide: Things to Eat at Duxton Hill

It’s prime time to pay a visit to Duxton Hill!

When it comes to food spots, Singaporeans often think of Telok Ayer, Bugis and Tanjong Pagar. But did you know that Duxton is also full of amazing places to eat and drink? This often-overlooked location is chock full of one-of-a-kind eateries that promises a banging good time for you and your friends. So, what are you waiting for? Check out these five Duxton food spots you have to try at least once!

Also read: Six Senses Duxton: An Award-Winning Heritage Hotel Set to Open in Singapore

1. Lucha Loco

If you’re looking for a roaring good time and some delicious food on Duxton Hill then head on down to Lucha Loco. This festive party hub serves up authentic but elevated Mexican dishes such as wagyu beef and crab tostadas, truffle quesadilla, Mexican jerk pork ribs and more. 

As with all the best Mexican restaurants, you can never pass up on the booze when you’re at Lucha Loco. Pick from the rows of tequilas or opt for their creative cocktails. No matter the occasion, Lucha Loco never disappoints!

Address: 15 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089598

Also read: 12 Mexican Restaurants in Singapore With Delicious Food & Tantalising Margaritas

2. Fung Kee Hotdogs

A good hotdog is hard to come by but at Fung kee Hotdogs, you’ll be spoilt for choice! It doesn’t matter if you are hankering a classic smoked pork sausage or a vegan-friendly dog made from soy and mushroom, there’s something here for everyone. 

With a hotdog in one hand and a signature negroni in the other, how could your day possibly be anything but perfect? 

Address: 68 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089527

3. Xiao Ya Tou

Hailing from the same folks behind Symmetry, Xiao Ya Tou is a spunky fusion concept that rolls out spin-offs of modern Asian dishes. From chilli crab omelette to truffle roast duck to wok-fried wagyu hor fun, expect elevated flavours at every turn. 

Look out for their unique Asian inspired cocktails such as Yuan Yang laced with gin and Yakult spiked with Nigori sake and vodka.

Address: 6 Duxton Hill, #01-01, Singapore 089592

4. Unagi Tei Japanese Restaurant

Unagi is one of the highlights of Japanese cuisine and Unagi Tei Japanese Restaurant (formerly Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant) serves up only the best of the best. This Duxton eatery specialises in hitsumabushi, a dish native to Nagoya, Japan and consists of grilled eel slathered in a unique savoury sweet sauce. 

While the dishes here are on the pricier side, we promise that the grilled freshwater eels imported directly from Japan are well worth the hefty price tag!

Address: 1 Keong Saik Rd., #01-01, Singapore 089109

5. L’Entrecôte

If you’re wondering what to eat at Duxton Hill then look no further because L’Entrecôte has everything you’ll need from a French steakhouse. This no-frills establishment offers only one main dish: a stellar steak served with their secret butter sauce, free-flow fresh fries and mixed salad. eat at Duxton 

Flank your meal with a starting french onion soup and end with a molten lava cake for the ultimate dining experience! 

Address: 36 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089614

Are you hungry yet because we sure are! From quality to variety, they have it all so add these food spots to your bucket list and start munching your way through Duxton!

About Author


Elyssa is always on the lookout for something interesting to do (or eat). When she’s not out looking for trouble, she can be found at home trying out a new recipe, curled up with a mystery book, or watching a crime documentary.