Every mother and their daughter sport matching Hermés bags and rock the finest jewelry . Even if every mum doesn't want their family's business to be outed on Instagram, at least the daughters (whose profiles are preferably kept private) geotag this place for every food pic before they nosh. 'Grammable to the tee, it's equally pleasing to the taste buds.
Photo: Burnt Ends
For good old tapas in Chinatown, this Spanish hotspot is where everyone goes. As it's frequently booked nightly, you have to try the food. It's no secret that the rich kids of Singapore like to eat there.
White Rose Cafe
Tucked away inside the York Hotel, you will find Singapore's wealthiest dining there whenever the Penang Hawker Stall is in town.
Photo: York Hotel
Ring in happy hour at this posh rooftop bar, where you can catch amazing views of the night sky and well-dressed crowd. If it's your first time, order either a booze-laden bubble tea or moscato.
Chin Huat Live Seafood
Far away from Orchard and Chinatown, this local secret spot is known for its super fresh seafood selections and crispy rice noodle chips. Even though the rich may not be dripping in diamonds, you can't even tell that they are one of the Crazy Rich Asians unless you go to their house.
Photo: Chin Huat Live Seafood
Bummed that Hashida closed down? You can find another hot sushi joint inside the Shangri-La. Sitting pretty with a panoramic view of the skyline, you can indulge in the highest grade raw fish as you look at the cloudy blue skies. Never has eating sushi ever looked this glamorous.
Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
Famed for its Michelin Star status, who knew that this low key noodle stall is a culinary superstar? Despite its super casual settings, you have to wait up to two hours (we are NOT joking!) just to get your hands on these famous pork noodles.
On Saturdays and Sundays, expect the crowd to be at peak capacity. Among the horde, it's hard to tell who's who unless you sit all the way inside. Nevertheless, enjoy the atmosphere as you will fall in love with their eggs cocotte, Coachella crab fries and coffee.
Photo: Forty Hands
The island's most famous bougie supermarket has a restaurant where you can gobble up all of your fantasy meals. From salads, fish and wagyu beef burger, you get the freshest ingredients that feels like a piece of finely curated art. If you want to get the full experience, you can shop at the adjacent grocery store.
Just a few steps away from Dover Street Market, this dining spot is where you can find rich girls flaunting their fine jewelry, neatly done hair and polished garments. Think Sex and the City-style gatherings and less Gossip Girl cattiness. To vegetarians, you can get amazing meatless options.
Photo: COMO Dempsey
Eat, love and gossip. To put this wisely, it's drink, talk and spend. Known for its (ultra expensive) caviar cold pasta, it'll warm your heart up as you clink glasses of red wine at the side. If the crazy rich don't want to be seen in public with a massive group, they have the restaurant on speed dial for private catering.
Ring in a swanky late night with fancy tipples in hand. Echoing Soho House's members-only approach, this is where the VIPs roll with the HNWIs (a.k.a. high net worth individuals). Located within Zouk, this club is difficult to get in without a regular.
Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine
Elevate your taste buds and call your dad for his credit card details with this fine dining Teochew hotspot. Tucked away inside Ion, you will be protected from the prying eyes of plebians.
Photo: Imperial Treasure
Like Mr. Chow's in Los Angeles, the ballers flock here with their flashy Ferraris to nosh on Japanese fusion meals. If you must get the ultimate Tatsuya experience, order their famous mouth-watering chiraishi.
Vive la France! While the country already slayed its way to winning the World Cup, let's not forget about its equally influential cuisine. If you want to catch some Instagrammable action, use the chance to take photos of the delectably scrumptious meals and eye-pleasing decor.
Photo: Merci Marcel
Straits Clan Cafe
If VIPs need a lunch spot to chillax, the Straits Clan Cafe is where you'll find them in their own cave.
Photo: Straits Clan