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.
Lewin Terrace is a Japanese-French fusion restaurant specializing in both Japanese-French culinary techniques.
For couples who are looking for a romantic venue to celebrate anniversaries or host weddings, Lewin Terrace promise an impressive and memorable celebrations with your loved ones.
Lewin Terrace can accommodate up to 82 guests. The indoor restaurant is well-appointed for a total of 66 guests while our outdoor alfresco offers a seating capacity of 12 guests. The cozy bar at Lewin Terrace also provides the perfect setting for up to 4 guests.
松本 圭介 KEISUKE MATSUMOTO
和魂洋才 ”WAKON YOUSAI”
“Presenting the art found in The Louvre, which comes in a vibrant, colourful and fresh Japanese seafood and vegetables platter surrounded in a delicate and classically French sauce”. This is how Chef Keisuke Matsumoto sees his culinary world, which he celebrates through the marriage of cultures and his unique Japanese-French fusion cuisine.
Singapore’s award-winning colonial heritage restaurant Lewin Terrace is proud to officially introduce Keisuke Matsumoto as the new Executive Chef. Partnering with our most talented Chef de Cuisine, Hiroyuki Shinkai. Leading Lewin Terrace’s team to deliver a new menu and continue to excite discerning diners with unique Japanese-French cuisine that has left its mark in the vibrant Singapore food scene.
The Group Executive Chef of Tsukada Global Holdings, the parent company of Lewin Terrace in Singapore, Chef Matsumoto hails from Sendai of Miyagi Prefecture in the north of Japan. Throughout his 30 years of experience as a chef, his passion for French classical cuisine has remained steadfast. After working his way through Tokyo’s established French restaurants, he spent four years in France to master the French culinary techniques in Michelin-starred restaurants. During that time, he also learned to speak French language fluently. His immersion in the culture and cooking techniques resulted in his distinctive culinary style that made him one of the most sought after chefs in Japan.
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.
21 Lewin Terrace Singapore, Singapore 179290
Tuesday to Sunday
Lunch:12pm – 3pm (Last reservation at 1:30pm)
Dinner: 6.30pm – 11pm (Last reservation at 9.00pm)