He’s returning to the city following the success of his pop-up festival restaurant Road Trip last August.
Mr Singh’s new venture – also based at the Apex Grassmarket hotel – will open its doors to the public on Monday.
The restaurant promises a “mash-up” of food styles and cultures based on the chef’s 25 years of experience.
Mr Singh said the menu would feature classics such as haggis pakora and new dishes such as fish balls, poached and fried from the Philippines.
And he revealed that the sweets menu would include offerings such as “tuck shop floats with ice cream topped with a wee bag of penny sweets and a schoosh of Red Kola, Irn-Bru or Lilt”.
Most main dishes will be light on the pocket, coming it at under £10, including his Philly sirloin steak.
Mr Singh said “I am really looking forward to returning to Apex Grassmarket, it was so much fun in August with Road Trip. It’s all about the food, so get down to the Old Town for a mash up and chow down.”
Tables will be available from noon to midnight, seven days a week.
Stuart Douglas, general manager of the Apex Grassmarket, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Tony Singh who has a fantastic