Mrs. Pamelia Lee

Once a charming private house on Singapore's most important historical hill, now a place for fine dining offering dishes upon which dreams can be built.


Just a quite note to say thank you so much for a fabulous evening last Saturday. The whole evening was perfect from start to finish, and Flutes really looked after...

E C Lok

My wife had wanted to celebrate my special day at a unique place and she found Flutes at the Fort - hidden in the lush of Fort Canning. The colonial setting...

I-S Asia-City

"One of Singapore’s best."

Carmen Tan

This is an amazing restaurant with great ambience, service and food! I checked alot of reviews online before making this restaurant my dinner choice and I must say that I...

Flutes at the National Museum

A Treasure among Treasures

Flutes made history in 2004 when Flutes at the Fort was set up in the Fire Chief's House behind the historical Hill Street Fire Station and the Singapore Philatelic Museum. It took over premises that no other restaurateur at that time thought would work.   It has been associated for the past 9 years with good food, good wines and good service. It brought into the Singapore  food and beverage scene an Australian vineyard inspired smart casual dining experience which has been well received by diners

In 2013, Flutes makes a monumental move forward by moving back in time. It will take its place in a section of the original National Museum which was opened to  commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887

Elegant, colonial, iconic, rich heritage ...whichever way you look at it Flutes is no longer a hidden treasure. It is a treasure among treasures right in the heart of the city!

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