Embark on a gastronomic adventure at the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2023

Motorsports meets Michelin-starred dining

Guests at the Formula 1 Paddock Club™ can expect a sensational epicurean experience over at the new The Atrium facility, where they can dine at pop-up celebrity chef restaurants Dani García from Spain, Pavyllon by Yannick Alléno from France, Clare Smyth from the UK, and Cedric Grolet from France. They can also savour clean, contemporary flavours from COMO Cuisine, modern European cuisine from Culina Bistro, refined Peranakan cuisine from the Michelin-starred Candlenut, and Osaka-style cuisine from Ippoh Tempura Bar by Ginza Ippoh. Barcelona's hottest bar, Paradiso will also keep guests fuelled throughout the race weekend.  

Over at Twenty3, the exciting culinary line-up includes Switzerland's Ecco Ascona by Chef Rolf Fliegauf, Spain’s Amelia by Chef Paulo Airaudo, Thailand’s POTONG by Chef Pam, Japan’s Takagi by Chef Takagi Kazuo & Teruzushi by Chef Takayoshi Watanabe, and Singapore’s Dessert by Odette.

Locally based Michelin-starred restaurants, such as Saint Pierre, Claudine, and Buona Terra are also featured at other hospitality facilities at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. 


Dani García - Debut

One of Andalusian's best chefs, three-Michelin starred Dani García fuses traditional products with international techniques and ingredients. His authentic and passion for serving up Spanish gastronomy has won him fans from all over the world.

Pavyllon – Debut

One of the world's finest chefs, Yannick Alléno holds 15 Michelin starts across 14 global restaurants. Renowned for reinventing modern French cuisine with dishes rooted in French gastronomy, diners will get to savour-his signature dishes alongside stunning views of the track.

Clare Smyth – Debut

The first and only British female chef to be awarded three Michelin stars, Clare Smyth will delight with contemporary creations that are works of culinary art. Her strength lies in focusing on the experience and the creation of modern dishes with exquisite flavours and textures.

Cedric Grolet – Debut

Award-winning French pastry chef, Cedric Grolet will delight with his re-interpretation of traditional French desserts. Indulge in a range of exquisite modern creations inspired by fruits and flowers.

Paradiso – Debut

Sip to show-stopping mixes by Barcelona's hottest bar, Paradiso. Ranked as one the World's Best Bars in 2023, indulge in tantalising tipples which include The Great Gatsby (an intense and mysterious cocktail, an ode to the 1920s in USA), The Cloud (a cocktail shaped and textured like a cloud and inspired by a specific meteorological phenomenon), Bacco per Bacco (a liberating cocktail for all palates that pays homage to the Roman divinity of wine) and many more.

Ecco Ascona by Chef Rolf Fliegauf – Debut

Rolf Fliegauf of Switzerland’s two Michelin-starred Ecco Ascona will showcase his Mediterranean-inspired ‘purist aroma cuisine’ – where every ingredient retains its own flavour. Once the youngest two-starred chef in Europe at the age of 29, Chef Fliegauf is an expert at combining the natural flavours and textures of seasonal products.

Amelia by Chef Paulo Airaudo – Debut

Argentinian born chef Paulo Airaudo of two Michelin-starred Amelia from San Sebastian, Spain, started the restaurant in 2017. Chef Airaudo will be serving up Amelia’s creative cuisine that combines the essence of Basque gastronomy with subtle Italian and Asian influences.

POTONG by Chef Pam – Debut

The youngest and first female chef to receive both a Michelin star and Michelin Thailand Opening of the Year Award, Chef Pam (Pichaya Utharntham) will bring her multi-award-winning restaurant POTONG from Bangkok to Twenty3. Renowned for its progressive Thai-Chinese cuisine, each dish embodies the five-element philosophy of ‘Salt, Acid, Spice, Texture, and Maillard Reaction’.

Takagi by Chef Takagi Kazuo & the debut of Teruzushi by Chef Takayoshi Watanabe

Returning for a fourth edition, Takagi Kazuo of Japan’s two Michelin-starred Takagi will showcase the beauty of Kyoto and the seasons through his delicately prepared dishes. Guests can also look forward to one of Japanese culinary sensation Takayoshi Watanabe of Tokyo’s Teruzushi restaurant, which is known for its combination of jaw-dropping theatricals with top quality sushi and seafood.

Dessert by Odette – Debut

Three-Michelin starred Odette is a timeless fine dining destination helmed by award-winning Chef Julien Royer. Inspired by his grandmother, Odette, savour modern French cuisine guided by a lifelong respect for seasonality and artisanal produce.

Chef Louisa Lim and Chef Julien work closely together to re-imagine desserts bound to satiate both Eastern and Western palates. Her ability to meld contrasting flavours together and create well-balanced desserts has clinched her the title of Asia's Best Pastry Chef in 2023.

In addition to the stellar gastronomic fare, guests can look forward to a weekend of hot racing action and entertainment throughout the Circuit Park.

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