Lewin Terrace is a charming black and white bungalow that was once the residence of the Chief Central Fire Station on Hill Street and taking after the name from Major-General E. O. Lewin, the General Officer Commander in Singapore from 1933 to 1935. A locale with a colorful history, intertwined with Singapore’s civilian and military history. Lewin Terrace sets the scene for a destination dining experience in a beautiful historical location at Fort Canning Park.


Housed in a colonial bungalow on the outskirts of Fort Canning Park, Lewin Terrace presents a uniquely East Meets West dining experience. Expect the unexpected, fresh and innovative Japanese-French cuisine in a historic ambience, while maintaining the integrity of Omotenashi — the Japanese fine art of delivering outstanding hospitality with discretion.


For General Enquiries, please email us directly at reserve@lewinterrace.com.sg or call at 6333-9905.

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Address 21 Lewin Terrace Singapore, Singapore 179290
Access to Lewin Terrace is through the red gates to the left of the Singapore
Philatelic Museum at 23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807 and the main
entrance of the restaurant is located up the flight of stairs.
Tel 6333-9905
Website www.lewinterrace.com.sg
Email reserve@lewinterrace.com.sg
Address 21 Lewin Terrace Singapore, Singapore 179290
Opening Hours Tuesday to Sunday
Lunch:12pm – 3pm (Last reservation at 1:30pm)
Dinner: 6.30pm – 11pm (Last reservation at 9.00pm)
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