1. Luke’s Oyster Bar and Chop House

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Available at two locations, Luke’s serves up some of the freshest oysters available from the US. Sold in a dozen ($96) or half dozen ($48), these oysters hail from Massachusetts, Rhode Island and the Prince Edward Island in Canada.

260 Orchard Road

2. Angie’s Oyster Bar

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Situated at the top of the Singapore Land Tower, Angie’s offers a stunning view of the Singapore skyline. Besides tasty oysters from France, there are other seafood delights like mussels and clams served in different styles as well as small plates for you to share.

#45-01 Singapore Land Tower, 50 Raffles Place

3. Oyster Bar

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Located at Customs House in Marina Bay, Oyster Bar serves up oysters in three styles, Fresh, Spirited and Baked. They’re also got other seafood dishes like pasta, burgers and salads.

#01-01, 70 Collyer Quay, Customs House

4. db Bistro and Oyster Bar

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Get acquainted with oysters from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans at db Bistro and Oyster Bar. Fret not if oysters aren’t the only thing you want because right next to oyster bar is the dining room featuring bistro favourites proudly curated by celebrity chef Daniel Boulud and executive chef Jonathan Kinsella.

B1-48, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

5. Greenwood Fish Market and Bistro 

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This eatery and marketplace in Bukit Timah carries oysters from New Zealand, Canada and France. Besides serving up a wide array of seafood dishes, you can purchase seafood and breads from the in-store marketplace.

34 Greenwood Ave