From fine-dining restaurants to a casual eatery, Chef Sebastian Ng now offers Singapore value-for-money rice bowls at his newly-opened concept, Mam Mam.
Featuring his signature creations such as Spice-Crusted Chicken Leg, 100-hour Duck Confit and more, the rice bowls are priced affordably to cater to the work force nearby its NUHS' location. Island-wide delivery is also available so that more Singaporeans can enjoy his creations that are woven with the familiar taste of Chinese, Malay and Indian cuisines at a more wallet-friendly price.
Chef Sebastian made a name for himself at the highly acclaimed former Restaurant Ember before opening his own restaurant, VENUE by Sebastian. Having trained at three Michelin-starred Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in London, Hotel de Mikuni in Tokyo and Credenza in Italy, he is known for his French-style cooking with touches of Asian influence. He was also awarded 'Rising Chef of the Year’ during the World Gourmet Summit.
At the very heart of Picanhas' is an empire that revels in the glory of their Queen of Steaks. A grand experience that aims to give the people what they want. Picanhas on Club Street serves two signature beef bowls which comes from a type of Brazilian cut beef that comes from the the top of the rump region of the cow, giving it its own signature and robust taste. Choose from their two signature dishes or get both - Queen of Steaks and Picanha Don.
Guzman Y Gomez's 12th outlet is now open at Our Tampines Hub! At Guzman Y Gomez, their passion is creating delicious food out of real ingredients. Up to 24 hour marinades, chip-tasting sessions and chillies really get them going! They don’t take shortcuts in their restaurants - they use fresh ingredients and authentic techniques. It’s not always easy, but it’s always worth it.
Guzman Y Gomez burst onto the Australian dining scene in 2006, a time when quality Mexican cuisine could scarcely be found Down Under. One of the earliest ‘gourmet to go’ brands in Australia, it was the brainchild of New York native Steven Marks who saw a gap in the local market for the authentic Mexican food he had been brought up with and loved so much.
With a menu built on traditional Mexican flavours made from only the best ingredients, the brand is a celebration of all things Latin – the food, the music, the art and the personality!
Madd Pizza is a local pizzeria, panetteria, and pasticceria bringing Roma-style street food to Singapore. Nestled in the eclectic and electric Haji Lane, the bustling space consists of a bar, drinking rooms, dining spaces, a takeaway counter, and even a retail shop.
In other words, there’s something for everyone, even the madd.
Made from the same high-quality ingredients found in the Italian motherland, you’ll find fresh artisanal breads baked daily, an extensive range of drinks for the high life, and authentic street food from Rome.
Helmed by their master baker Neagu Gavril Virgil who has had stints from Europe to Southeast Asia, it’ll feel like being in the heart of classic Italia itself.
And all that at prices that don’t break the bank. The catch?
A unique cohesion of 3 different atmospheres under one roof, 1-Atico sets to be the perfect host for a full day-to-night experience in the heart of the city at ION Orchard.
Animated by a luxurious array of sound, scents and lighting, 1-Atico’s space is a flexible identity envisioned to provide world-class services, gastronomic experiences & a vibrant nightlift scene for locals and tourists alike. With FLNT Bar, Fire Restaurant and Atico Lounge all under one roof, 1-Atico is rightfully Orchard's pièce de résistance.
Fire Restaurant will display Singapore’s only “Fire in the Sky” showmanship, with splendid Argentina steaks and modern presentations of authentic cooking methods.
Fire, a name that represents passion and pays homage to the powerful primal tool that creates legendary gastronomy creations. Specialising in superior standard cuts of meat grilled to perfection over a Parrilla, the dining space provides a full experience where texture, flavour and harmony is paramount - all revolving around Fire.
FLNT Bar is a charming, high-energy bar, serving a combination of Japanese Peruvian items (heavily inspired by Nikkei cuisine from Peru) and a fine selection of world-class sakes, Nikkei-inspired cocktails, etc, in an upbeat space.
Coming alive at night, Atico Lounge transforms into a radical futuristic playground. Visual compositions crowns the space, devoted to creating a surreal, immersive and psychedelic experience.
Can’t travel to Japan for your year-end holidays? Let Japan come to you instead! Gokoku Japanese Bakery has opened its 3rd outlet in Singapore at Millenia Walk. Best of all, the new outlet comes with a dedicated dine-in café space and an exclusive new menu of Japanese-inspired sandwiches made with Gokoku’s signature breads and buns.
Gokoku Japanese Bakery originates from Japan’s Kobe region, a port city known for its vibrant food culture. Founded in 1961 as a humble shop, Gokoku Japanese Bakery brings a touch of authentic Japanese food culture to Singapore, thanks to its use of premium quality ingredients and grains that are imported from Japan.
Using traditional Japanese ingredients such as brown rice and sakadane — a traditional rice yeast used widely in Japanese breads — Gokoku’s buns are baked from scratch every day using production methods and techniques straight from Japanese kitchens and bakeries. Plus, with baking sessions spread throughout the day, bread-lovers can look forward to fresh buns all day long.
The Hainan Story, a 5-in-1 multi-brand Hainanese restaurant is now open at Hillion Mall. In tribute of the early Hainanese settlers who arrived on Singapore’s shores shortly after the British, The Hainan Story wants to preserve Singapore’s colourful food heritage while offering diners a wide range of delicious, traditional favourites.
Often affiliated with the F&B industry, the Hainanese community is widely known to brew the best coffee in town while cooking up a storm in the kitchen. At The Hainan Story, this legacy continues. Through its 5 different concepts, The Hainan Story features the work of numerous Hainanese chefs — both famous and up-and-coming — who work closely together to create comforting, nostalgia-invoking meals.
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and at The Hainan Story, they think the same. There, you’ll find old-school breakfasts done just right, with traditional Hainanese toasts that boast thick, fluffy buns with a pillowy-soft centre and wonderfully crisp crust — unlike the thin, flat toasts commonly found elsewhere.
Much effort was put into the décor of The Hainan Story to replicate the look and feel of traditional shophouses located at the old Hainanese enclave. The Hainanese enclave consisted of Seah Street (Hainan First Street), Purvis Street (Hainan Second Street) and Middle Road (Hainan Third Street).
From the red wooden arched window louvres to wired pendant lamps and vibrantly coloured signages, design elements are evocative of that era.