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5 Great Places to Have Oysters in Singapore

Here’s a list of our favourite oyster bars in Singapore, from fresh and cheap oysters to high-quality oysters.

Nothing says seafood like oysters. Dress it up with mignonette sauce, lemon or have them straight up. The next time you have an oyster craving, here’s a list of where to eat oysters in Singapore. 

Greenwood Fish Market

There’s something wonderfully satisfying about eating oysters – cracking through the claw, slurping shell and savouring the freshest catch of the day. A retailer and family-run restaurant serving fresh western-style seafood cuisine, Greenwood Fish Market have become a roll-off the tongue household name within the Greenwood Avenue community. Established in 2003, the restaurant stays true to its humble beginnings of offering value to the table and is the go-to destination for your seafood fix. 7th World Oyster Festival

Date: 1st July 2019 - 31st July 2019

Greenwood Fish Market is proud to announce that their World Oyster Festival is back for its 7th year running at their Bukit Timah and Quayside Isle outlet from 1st to 31st July 2019. This year, Greenwood Fish Market have stretched their fins further than they ever have before, triumphing their record of bringing in 25 different types of oysters from across the globe. Aside from the sea breeze freshness of raw oysters, their chefs have curated cooked oyster dishes for customers to dive deeper into their gastronomic seafood adventure. They are not leaving any oysters unshucked. Click here for their full Oyster list.

Address: 34/38 Greenwood Avenue, Singapore 289236 & Quayside Isle 31 Ocean Way, #01-04 Singapore 098375.

Chimi’s $2+ Oysters on Tuesday

Craving oysters in Singapore on a Tuesday? Don’t miss out on Chimi’s $2+ oyster, with a minimum order of ½ dozen or a dozen. Pair it with their 2 for 1 margarita and you will be set for the evening.

This oyster bar in Singapore serves oysters which are fresh and generous for just $2+ apiece. They also serve some pretty decently priced alcohol during their happy hours which starts from 3 pm to 7 pm.

Address: 1 Marina Boulevard, NTUC Centre, #01-01, Singapore 018989

MO Bar at Mandarin Oriental - Champagne & Oysters Free Flow on Wednesday

Every Wednesday, guests can enjoy a special happy hour offering of two hours of free-flow New Zealand Pacific oysters and Ruinart champagne. Choose from two package offerings:

Free flow Ruinart Champagne + oysters for two hours at S$68++ (S$48++ for an hour extension thereafter)

Free flow Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champagne + oysters for two hours at S$98++ (S$68++ for an hour extension thereafter)

The Beacon $5++ for 5 on Fridays

A steal at only $5++ for a platter of 5 oysters on Fridays, The Beacon offers one of the cheapest deals on oysters in Singapore. Great for hanging out with friends and chilling over some oysters, The Beacon also offers a 1-for-1 deal for all house pour and beer from 5 pm to 9 pm. Drop by on a Friday night enjoying fresh oysters in Singapore, cheap drinks and their live band is amazing!

Address: #01-01,02,03 Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard 039594 Singapore


This restaurant began with oysters in Singapore. It started with a trip to the Hama Hama oyster farm in the Pacific Northwest, shucking fresh oysters and having them fresh. Today, the Seattle-style concept makes sure to serve us Singaporeans the freshest oysters in our vicinity. With 3 different types of USA oysters at SGD 6 - 7 each, you’re in for a treat! Drop-in during happy hours and enjoy the same oysters at SGD 2 or 3 per piece. Happy hour timings are as follow: All day on Mondays, 5 - 8 p.m. from Tuesdays - Saturdays, and 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Sundays.

Address: 18-20 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089834

Heena Paryani

21 Jul 2019, 12:00 PM

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