Casual fine dining restaurant Corner House is located within Singapore Botanic Gardens’ E J H Corner House, at 1 Cluny Road.
The elegant, upscale restaurant is housed in a 1910 colonial house, serving exquisite Gastro-Botanica cuisine – using French technique with global flavours, and with a focus on botanicals.
As part of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage site, botany is celebrated at Corner House in everything from visual motifs such as the logo, graphics, tableware and pictures on the wall to the incorporation of ‘botanical’ monkeys.
The name and guiding philosophy of the restaurant’s cuisine is that of Gastro-Botanica, a culinary devotion to nature, ecology, and sustainability.
Corner House is exciting on many fronts, celebrating a unique and colourful human being (botanist Eldred John Henry Corner, Assistant Director of the Botanic Gardens from 1929 to 1945), evoking the romance of a special historical location, and thrilling with superb gastronomy.
Thus, time (well) spent at Corner House becomes part of your own history, as strands of history, science, memory, art, passion, and gastronomy come seamlessly together to create an unforgettable experience in a singular setting.
1 Cluny Rd, E J H Corner House, Singapore Botanic Gardens
You can also follow the restaurant’s official Instagram account at www.instagram.com/cornerhousesg/.