Luke’s Oyster Bar

Well-loved spot for a great meal that lasts well beyond you plan it to. Oysters, chops and a good bottle of wine in a classy, sleek space.

Luke’s is the place to come for a good bottle of wine, after work drinks, or a good meal with people you just plain like. With a decor inspired by classic European eateries, and a menu oozing American east cost vibes (particularly Boston-like) with seafood and oysters in abound – this is one of the most reliable spots for a great night out.

With two locations around town, this honestly has to be one of our longest-running favourite spots for a good business lunch or night out.

The original is located in the hip Gemmill Lane, tucked away at the fringe of Singapore’s business district, with lane-off-a-lane vibes.

Their Orchard space might be strangely located within the Hereen, in the revamped boutique-style department store of Robinsons. Don’t be put off by its shopping mall location though, this has to be one of the best spots on Orchard for a sleek meal to impress overlooking the iconic shopping strip.


22 Gemmill Lane, Singapore 069257
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Hours: Monday - Saturday: 12 noon - 11.30pm

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