Carrotsticks & Cravings’ third outfit is located on Stanley Street and it boasts gorgeous coastal-inspired interiors by award-winning interior designer Isabelle Miaja and provides a much-needed respite from the hustle and bustle of the business district – it is set to become the go-to spot for all-day dining from breakfast and lunch, to post-workout meals, and weekend brunches!
Customers can look forward to tucking into Carrotsticks & Cravings’ signature menu brimming with delicious and healthy signature dishes made with meticulously-sourced ingredients – a trait that the brand is well-known for, good quality coffee, as well as an outlet-exclusive breakfast platter.
Carrotsticks & Cravings strives to serve the freshest quality and wholesome dishes – this is why each and every ingredient on Carrotsticks & Cravings’ menu is carefully-sourced, and recipes are thoughtfully-conceived, to accommodate varying dietary requirements. Some dishes can be customised for customers who are vegetarian, vegan or are on gluten-free and even paleo diets. The food menu is presented under four categories; Morning Specials, Bowls, Open Herb Sourdough and Sandwiches.
The folks at Carrotsticks & Cravings are firm believers of indulging in cravings and enjoying every bite. This is why the menu also offers gluten-free, vegan and refined sugar-free dessert options in the form of cakes, tarts and other bakes.
Carrotsticks & Cravings was founded in 2017 by Melbourne-born Terri-Anne who opened the first outlet at Dempsey Hill which still remains a popular spot for many. A second outlet at Robertson Quay opened in 2018.
Common Man Coffee Roasters (CMCR), the specialty coffee roaster and café concept, has proudly launched its third Singapore outlet in the vibrant East Coast neighbourhood of Joo Chiat.
With outlets both in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, café enthusiasts can expect the established brand’s trusted stamp on quality specialty coffee, sumptuous all-day brunch fare with an elevated twist and a relaxed, easy breezy vibe that encourages lingering a little longer over your cup of joe. Fans of CMCR will find all their favourite signatures alongside food, coffee and retail offerings exclusive to Common Man Coffee Roasters Joo Chiat (CMCR JC). A dedicated filter coffee brewing bar takes pride of place at CMCR JC, providing the ideal platform to showcase the perfect brew in the making.
CMCR JC embraces community, drawing in the wider neighbourhood to access their coffee recycling programme which fashions coffee waste into usable wares. Collaborations with CMCR JC’s neighbours to feature their offerings in monthly menu exclusives are also brewing and in the pipeline.
At CMCR JC, great coffee is complemented by thoughtfully crafted comfort fare, elevated and redefined. The menu reveals a delicious, classic all-day breakfast selection, featuring sumptuous brunch favourites with a refreshing array of salads, burgers, sandwiches and mains, offered with a signature Common Man twist.
Diners will find a treasure trove of retail items from a rotating list of blends, single origins and uncommon (micro-lot) coffees to a curated selection of Loveramics ceramicware that include Drippers, Brewer's Tasting Cups and Jugs exclusively available at CMCR JC.
Answering the calls from loyal CMCR fans, CMCR JC will finally stock its retail shelves with their signature Crunchy Granola alongside a new gluten-free Cacao Granola offering. Also available is a housemade Coffee Caramel sauce that marries salted caramel with CMCR’s Espresso grounds. CMCR’s hand-soap, curated by the team at Spa Esprit, reveals an invigorating scent of Fennel, Lime and Cedar Wood. An eco-shopping bag, a collaboration with Laughing Tiger, brand patches and t-shirts will be coming soon to CMCR JC shelves.
After many years of serving aromatic brews on Upper Thomson Road, Habitat Coffee has recently relocated to King George's Avenue.
Coffee is a must at Habitat. The selected beans used at Habitat are roasted locally and specially curated for their establishment. 100% Arabica beans grinded only on demand and carefully crafted to bring you that perfect cup.
Enjoy hearty food at Habitat. A good variety of breakfast selections, Japanese fusion rice bowls, Asian infused pastas and desserts is available. You name it.
Singapore's first 2D themed café has opened its doors along Syed Alwi Road. Café Monochrome serves Asian-Western fusion mains speciality coffee, waffles, premium ice-cream, snacks, drinks and many more!
A must to visit and also to experience dining in a surrounding full of black & white sketches!
After almost 8 years in business, FFL Group is closing the doors to its signature namesake outlet and making way for a brand new outlet, Simplicité. Drawing inspiration from Parisian cafe culture, Simplicité is conceptualised with the idea of pairing Modern European cuisine with a simple yet sophisticated ambience, providing customers with an elegant dining experience reminiscent of Europe. A cafe by day and a bar by night, Simplicité offers both delicious dishes and cocktails.
Simplicité takes on a minimalistic and chic interior design, with an aesthetic that exudes a sense of refinement and elegance. Simple and clean finishes allow for the customer experience to be centered on what is most important - food, drinks and company.
The Providore at Raffles City marks the opening of the brand’s seventh outlet in Singapore and will bring the Providore brand experience to Raffles City Shopping Centre and the surrounding civic district.
Positioned on the ground floor facing Bras Basah road and the iconic Raffles Hotel, it is a stand-alone unit with the brand’s trademark greenery, cosy interiors and relaxing alfresco seating, and can be accessed from the main mall or via its Bras Basah street entrance.
At its Raffles City café, you’ll find great coffee and gorgeous food inspired by their retail product range, together with the freshest seasonal ingredients sourced from all over the world.
The inviting space features an all-day dining café menu that includes its signature dishes, familiar favourites, and healthy dining options. A selection of wines, craft beers, cocktails, light bites and platters are also available for enjoying in a relaxed, casual atmosphere.
Drop by The Providore for a quick morning cuppa’, freshly baked pastries, or to catch up with your colleagues for lunch. It’s also the perfect spot for an afterwork drink and to chill and unwind with friends and family on the weekends over a hearty brunch or afternoon tea.
Little Rogue Coffee is another new charming café to get your caffeine fix. Located on Tanjong Katong Road, Little Rogue Coffee came about as they are inspired by the cheekiness of their little children and spurred on to start their business with them in mind. Their vision is to create an F&B business to inspire people, while bringing the local community together, one step at a time.
After months of planning and preparation, The Living Café is thrilled to be back with an updated look.
Their modern new space on Bukit Timah Road offers the perfect nook for a cosy lunch, an afternoon perk-me-up and dinner catch-up with your loved ones.
They’re also very excited to announce that they've now launched their new pantry range — Pantry by The Living Café with over 40 different products made with love - from their kitchen to yours.
Since opening in 2011, The Living Café has been at the forefront of raw and plant-based cuisine. They do not serve dairy, red meat, refined sugars, preservatives, artificial additives or colourings in any of their meals. They source high quality, organic produce where possible and combine the freshest ingredients to bring you delicious and healthy meals that we like to call food for the soul.
Located in the heart of the Central Business District, The Bravery is back in business after a short closure.
Previously located in Jalan Bear, the new space on Amoy Street was designed to offer respite from the frantic pace outside. Cosy up in one of their quiet corners and come to your senses, with the help of their coffee and freshly baked breads.
Lift your spirits with a comforting cup of cappuccino or change it up with their signature Lavender latte. Whichever you choose, their freshly baked brownies will undoubtedly prove to be a delicious pairing.
Main Street Commissary offer their customers a specialty coffee experience on Rowell Road, located in the heart of Little India.
Be sure to check out their all-day breakfast menu, led by the Breakfast of Champions. A combination of honey baked ham, scrambled eggs, roasted mushrooms and greens, rounded off with a sourdough toast. It’s breakfast for the win, and breakfast for the winners.
Cool and casual café vibes in a palette of pastel colours mingle with the inviting aroma of artisanal baked goods and home-cooked cuisine at The Fabulous Baker Boy, the new 70-seater café, bakery and restaurant located in the art-deco Aliwal Arts Centre.
Famed for its riveting array of fabulous cakes and now classics with a twist, The Fabulous Baker Boy presents an all-day breakfast brunch menu including artisanal baked goods in a new location that marries delicious home-cooked food with a contemporary interior at their Big Love Bakery and Soul Kitchen.
Diners are spoiled for choice with more than 14 cakes to choose from including the celebrated Ab Fab Red Velvet, a true classic from the 1950s that comes with an extra layer of chocolate ganache. Other favourites include Nutty Monkey, which is a banana coconut cake, Big Lub Carrot Cake and Lady Marmalade.
Pair popular items like TFBB’s Fried Chicken and Waffles with delicious smoothies, milkshakes, ice-cream and chocolate-based beverages. Cheese lovers will enjoy the Roast Chicken and Pesto Grilled Cheese Sandwich, which features The Fabulous Baker Boy’s house sourdough bread slices filled with a tasty three-cheese mix of cheddar, parmesan, mozzarella, roast chicken and herbed pesto.
All sandwiches are served with a piping hot mug of Roasted Tomato or Cream of Mushroom Soup, this delicious brunch menu option is sure to leave diners coming back for more to this women-empowered kitchen and bakery. Other signature brunch menu items include the Pancakes, Fab Fry Up and Duck Confit.
The Fabulous Baker Boy’s reopening at the Aliwal Arts Centre represents “an emotional return to twin passions'' according to baker, theatre actor and owner Juwanda Hassim, who was forced to close at his previous location in the foothills of Fort Canning mid last year after the Covid circuit breaker coincided with the ending of his lease. Now he’s back bigger, better and more fabulous than before with a multi-concept, full-service bakery, patisserie, café and restaurant.
“Our new location is a combination of the two great passions in my life,” said Juwanda. “Food and the arts. I love entertaining on stage and at home and I am thrilled to open The Fabulous Baker Boy at the Aliwal Arts Centre.”
A hideout located on Steven's Road; The Ritual strives to be a catalyst of mindfulness, self-love and mental wellness through healthy living. They want to build a global tribe of people on the same journey!
While most in Singapore live in a fast-paced and stressful environment, they want to create a safe space for anyone to practise healthy rituals that allow oneself to live a balanced life.
They've designed their menu to be simple, wholesome and most importantly inclusive. They do their best to create sauces, dips and all dishes from scratch.
Using only Himalayan salt and no artificial flavouring, they hope to bring their guests' favourites in a healthier version. Patrons can look forward to freshly baked pastries and breads, salads, protein bowls, brunch items and desserts. The Ritual also has both plant-based and gluten-free options.
Bringing to you a brand new caffè concept with a specially curated menu at Great World; tcc Art Boutique Caffè features 12 new exciting dishes and a line-up of the tcc brand’s most popular mainstays!
tcc – The Connoisseur Concerto is the leading chain of art boutique caffès boasting a fine selection of gourmet food and creative beverages – artfully curated to satisfy the senses.
d’tcc experience is about blending art with lifestyle to give our guests the space to indulge in their own time and appreciate the finer things in life. All tcc art boutique caffès have an artistic, stylish, urbane and cosy atmosphere. With ingenious combination of lighting and colours, their art boutique caffès are also recognised for their bespoke furniture and exhibits of art pieces.
At tcc, take a step back from the buzzing city life by reclining on their posh furniture and be enveloped in pure sophistication and satisfaction. Enjoy d’Life.
Café by day, restobar by night; The Chir Café & Bar's Korean-fusion menu is packed with loads of exciting offerings.
They have dishes that are a feast for both the eyes and palate! Be sure to order their signatures like Kimchi Bacon Dubu, Spicy Seafood Tteokbokki, So-Tteok Bowl, Bulgogi Tartine, Chir Chicken Waffle and Garden Butternut Pumpkin Tartine.
The Chir Café & Bar's kitchen whips up the most delectable Korean-inspired street food and sharing plates to enjoy with soju, beer and wine!
In the heart of Singapore, For The People is your space to recharge and reconnect.
Serving you great coffee, pastries and more, For The People also want to provide an aesthetically-pleasing atmosphere for their patrons to enjoy. For anyone looking for a welcoming space to work or study from - or to catch a break - their doors are open daily, from 9.30am to 10.00pm.
Tadcaster Hospitality Singapore which is the umbrella brand for BQ Bar, Molly Malone’s Irish Pub, The Exchange and Café Melba at Goodman Arts Centre & at Mediapolis, are thrilled to announce that their third Café Melba project is ongoing. Café Melba at Mount Sophia is targeted to open its doors to patrons in March 2021.
Tadcaster Hospitality Singapore opened their first Café Melba at Goodman Arts Centre in the East in 2012 and Café Melba at Mediapolis in the West in 2016. Over the years, they’ve made many memories in their award-winning cafes.
Beloved in Singapore for all day breakfasts, traditional weekend roasts and the best kid- friendly atmosphere in Singapore, Café Melba at Mount Sophia will continue to heighten the quality of the food, service, and branding, instilling a unique experience at Mount Sophia. In addition, they are happy to share the gourmet food packages and grocer concept as part of the café to provide the community and residents easy access to their daily needs at competitive prices.
The Fabulous Baker Boy is relaunching their multi-concept F&B brand at creative enclave the Aliwal Arts Centre in January 2021 with a bigger 70-seater space and expanded menu. Formerly located at the foothills of Fort Canning, The Fabulous Baker Boy spearheaded by owner, baker and theater actor Juwanda Hassim, has re-emerged from the initial closure and Covid-19 situation, bigger, better and more fabulous than before.
With the new location at Aliwal Arts Centre, Juwanda hopes to bring together his love for food and theatre under one roof. The multi-concept bakery, patisserie, cake shop, café, restaurant and caterer to the arts centre, is the only place in Singapore to combine all these elements under one roof and kitchen. And with a new tagline and mission statement - Big Love Bakery and Soul Kitchen, Juwanda hopes to communicate how personal and grateful he is for this project. Employing a women-empowered team of bakers and cooks, floor staff from all walks of life, delivery services of friends who are currently out of jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Juwanda is giving back to the community in a big way and in a manner only he knows how, by sharing his love for cooking and baking.
Customers can expect more at the new venue. The artisanal baked goods menu will be expanded to include a steady stream of sourdough breads, croissants, quiches, danishes and cookies in addition to The Fabulous Baker Boy’s famous range of Diva and Divo cakes named after celebrities. There will be at any one time 14 different cakes to choose from on site.
The all-day brunch and lunch menu will also be expanded to include some new items such as Pumpkin and Ricotta Ravioli with burnt butter and sage, sourdough pizzas and hasselback potatoes with a saucy local twist will replace regular french fries. Popular favourites such as Corn Beef Hash, Chicken & Waffles and Ju’s Prawn Pasta that draw customers back time and time again will remain on the menu.
For those looking for a great cup of coffee, The Fabulous Baker Boy will be continuing their coffee supplier relationship with homegrown coffee roasters Highlander, this time round, anchoring their relationship in a more meaningful way by representing them in barrister competitions in the near future. Customers can also expect smoothies, milk shakes, ice creams and chocolate-based beverages on the new menu.
The interior design of the new F&B space will feature a country theme with simple Nordic elements incorporated to lend a natural and clean silhouette allowing for lots of natural light to stream through.
Tucked away in the centrally located Marine Cove enclave, East Coast Commune is a spot of comfort amidst it all. Step inside and indulge in our selection of wholesome fare aimed at delighting both palate and soul. Look forward to specialty coffee, cold pressed juices, hearty sandwiches, fresh bakes and more.
Thoughtfully designed with its surrounding landscape in mind, the space features teal walls that create a warm and cosy atmosphere; commissioned marine-themed artwork by local artist Wu Yanrong; and a private space that doubles as both nursing and baby changing room for the comfort of bubs and their caregivers.
Committed to connecting communities through unforgettable experiences centred around food, wellness, and art, their space accommodates events and workshops. Share with them what you have in mind, by dropping them at note and they’ll figure out the best way they can collaborate with you.
This month, SPRMRKT joins a new neighbourhood – the verdant and idyllic Dempsey Hill, with an inspired space and a new cultural-culinary experience through dining, retail and art.
2012 saw the beginnings of the lifestyle F&B brand in a shophouse on McCallum Street favoured by city dwellers as an oasis to the hustle and bustle of CBD life. Eight years later, SPRMRKT has grown into a familiar neighbourhood name; from the bustling central business district to the riverside respite of Robertson Quay, quaint Cluny residential area, and now, at the heart of the Dempsey Hill lifestyle enclave.
Just like its name without the vowels, SPRMRKT is about simplicity, focusing on what matters. At the heart of it is responsibly sourced ingredients prepared meticulously to let their natural flavours shine; warm, friendly service centred on the diner; a showcase of carefully sourced gourmet brands from Singapore and around the region with the aim of giving back; and thoughtful collaborations that support young artists and creatives.
With Head Chef Marc Wee helming the kitchens of SPRMRKT, the all-new menus – first launching at SPRMRKT at Dempsey Hill, are thoughtful and produce-driven, highlighting vegetable-forward cuisine in the evening and café-style fare in the day. His creations start with the ingredients. The heightened necessity of sourcing and eating responsibly guides when and how he should use the freshest, quality produce picked at their best for the most flavour. Diversely prepared to bring out their intrinsic flavours, without compromising on taste.
The café-style menu has sumptuous offerings for the day, starting with breakfast and brunch items like the moreish Cheese on Toast, a wholemeal sandwich of cheddar and parmesan cheese with luscious truffle bechamel, and for something lighter, the House-made Granolatopped with seasonal fruits and honey yoghurt. A healthful yet satisfying meal that can be had on its own is the grain bowls with a choice from three variations – Tri-Coloured Quinoa, Black Barley and Aburi Salmon with organic Cambodian brown rice. Asian flavours add interest with the spicy sambal tomato option in the Prawn Pasta as well as a savoury coconut and green chilli sauce over a tender Chicken Confit. The signature Blackened Fish & Chips remains as a mainstay along with a juicy Wagyu Beef Burger. There are also vegetable-forward dishes that make delish snacks as with the Brussel Sprouts tossed with burnt corn, pomegranate, siracha mayo and sea salt, as well as the addictive Tofu Fries served with house-made garlic aioli.
Another reason to drop by SPRMRKT at Dempsey Hill is the house-baked goods fresh from the oven, enticing with their lingering aroma. The range varies daily and includes breads, pastries and tea cakes, as well as must-haves like the Olive Oil Cake and Chiffon Cake in flavours of lychee, strawberry and pandan.
Exclusive on the weekends, listen out for the ice cream man ringing the bell as SPRMRKT at Dempsey Hill brings a little nostalgia to the neighbourhood with the Durian Semifreddo Wafer Sandwich. The frozen semifreddo is house made with luscious D24 durian pulp cocooned in a crispy wafer with vanilla and caramel notes; great for on the go or at the breezy veranda.
Contemporary French cuisine brasserie Poulet has opened a new concept by the name of Poulet + Brasserie, at ION Orchard offering all-day breakfast that combine local flavours with French cooking techniques.
Their signature rotisserie chicken and prepared-to-perfection duck confit will keep you going back for more.
Following an ambitious rebranding exercise, homegrown Italian restaurant and bar operators The Cicheti Group has transformed the 1,500 sqft of prime F&B space along South Beach Tower’s retail piazza that previously housed popular modern Australian restaurant Fynn's into Caffe Cicheti. This marks the third Cicheti concept to join the group’s cohort of beloved Italian outfits, which include rustic chic trattoria Cicheti (2013) in Kampong Glam and contemporary pasta bar Bar Cicheti (2018) off Keong Saik.
At this modern-day osteria, fresh, bright flavours found up and down the coasts of Italy are served up at their uncomplicated best. By delving further into these coastal traditions, where tastes are characterised by their lightness and simplicity using the freshest ingredients that embody life along the shores, chef co-owner Lim Yew Aun expands on his culinary affinity with Italy’s diverse foodscape beyond Venice and the broader Mediterranean that’s underpinned his heartfelt brand of cookery since the first Cicheti. Best enjoyed with sommelier-partner Ronald Kamiyama’s curation of quality, quaffable wines that are fun, juicy and approachable—and a special emphasis on non-alcoholic beverages for the discerning non-drinker. The setting, dreamed up by restaurateur Liling Ong and Amsterdam-based interior designer Simone Königshausen, reimagines Fynn’s foliage-filled aesthetic with a fresh coat of dark emerald paint, light tropical prints and charming, bistro-style patio seating, lending a new lease on life to an intimate space that now inspires dining both day and night.
“We had such a good run with Fynn’s and made so many amazing friends along the way. On the other hand, we’ve established such a delicious goodwill with the Cicheti brand, and finally found our way with wines when we opened Bar Cicheti last year. We created Caffe Cicheti not to take away from what Fynn’s has built, but to continue building its legacy as part of the Cicheti family,” explained Ong, who first set up Fynn’s together with her cousin Aun in 2016, three years after they opened the first Cicheti.
Kong Cafe on Dunearn Road will appeal to coffee nerds or just anyone looking for delicious bites and an aromatic cup of coffee. Throughout the day you will find happy people there, chatting away with friends or sitting silently with their heads buried in a book, or perhaps with a laptop.
At Kong Cafe, freshness is emphasized and almost everything served there is the creation and handiwork of Hanna Mi, the brainchild behind Kong Cafe. Yes she cooks her beef bulgogi, bakes brownies & lemon ricotta cakes and makes her spicy sauce and chutney. Their falafels which you find so nutty and clean-tasting? Well, Hanna makes them from scratch! And the chutney on the plates is homemade using fresh produce. The food is amazingly wholesome and delicious, and you will fill both your tummy and your soul when you dine at Kong Cafe.
Da Paolo Dempsey offers a modern twist to traditional Italian cuisine with a live pasta making counter, Italian wood-fired oven for handstretched pizza, and an extensive wine and cocktail menu. This experiential dining guarantees that whether you’re there for gourmet shopping or to have a delectable meal, you can get an enriching insight into Italy’s vibrant food and wine culture whilst soaking up the convivial spirit.
From pasta made fresh at the pasta counter to Da Paolo’s signature Tiramisu, Executive Chef Andrea goes back to the basics of Italian cuisine, embodying the heart of his father’s, Paolo, vision when he opened his first trattoria.
Indulge in authentic Italian gelato, handstretched wood-fired pizza, hearty brunch, quality cuts & cheese, complemented with an extensive wine and cocktail list.
Inspired by the Italian Mediterranean, feel energised by Da Paolo Dempsey's vibrant tones and earthly elements with iconic maiolica tiles.
Da Paolo Dempsey is a perfect space for early morning breakfast date with friends or a lavish dinner with loved ones.
Currently in soft-launch phase and operating on a pay-as-you-wish concept until early August, Elixir Boutique Roasters is a local boutique coffee roaster and take lots of pride in every cup that they serve, from bean to bar.
For starters, they have a dark roast Melbourne-style blend and two Single-origin coffees in their hoppers. Swing by and order a fresh cuppa of aromatic brew.
You can savour Elixir’s house-roasted coffee, brunch and lunch menu for a price you deem it’s worth! They are placing the decision in your hands.
Two Bakers is an artisanal bakery cafe that serves specialty coffees as well as bespoke French and American pastries that are lovingly handcrafted and baked fresh daily.
Inspired by time-honoured recipes, Two Bakers have created numerous best-sellers including a delightfully moist carrot cake, dainty éclairs with dark chocolate and salted caramel fillings, and Le Chocolat Noir, a beautifully-glazed mousse cake with hazelnut praline on a crispy feuilletine base. Specialising in artisanal 3D fondant cake artworks, Two Bakers are able to conceptualise, design and customise any cake of desire for that special occasion.
Using only French butter and top-notch ingredients for their pastries as well as good ol’ fresh cream whipped up from scratch, Two Bakers firmly believe in delivering high quality and authentic cuisine that is good for the soul.
In addition to their sweet desserts, Two Bakers also offer savoury fare on the menu including chunky beef stew that is fork-tender and immersed in a rich tomato broth, an Asian pulled-pork sandwich ala ‘Tau Yu Bak’, daily-special comfort soups as well as other specially curated recipes.
There is always a surprise on the menu which keeps Two Bakers’ customers coming back for more.
JAM draws the modern Asian family table into Siri House, introducing diverse flavours and influences to their shared plates. Led by Ming Tan (Lolla, Park Bench Deli) and Jeremy Cheok (Garang Grill), familiar, quality produce are delivered with signature twists, while service forgoes formality for genuine warmth and hospitality. Sunday Punch’s Mark Tay and Yap Hwee Jen elevate the dining experience with a sophisticated bar programme, comprising a line-up of distillates and spirits developed in-house.
Refined, playful and deliberate, JAM at Siri House celebrates the gathering of kith and kin, and their enjoyment of great food, at its heart.
Walking On Sunshine (WOS) is the newest and one of the biggest beauty destination in Singapore. Not only a beauty destination but also an oasis to connoisseurs of food. WOS plunges you into a whole new experience in beauty and dining.
Walking on Sunshine plunges you into the atmosphere of nature and brings you a total new concept of dining and beauty. In WOS, they serve healthy food and desserts using freshly picked and natural ingredients.
At the same time WOS is a beauty salon with TOP-notch hair stylists for customers who wish to have a Korean hair make-over. On top of that, they also have an unique photo studio with wide range of authentic hanboks (traditional Korean apparel) for customers to choose from.
Step into an exciting world of flavours and a journey of discovery at Walking On Sunshine at Orchard Central. Experience a gastronomic journey like never before adorned with a relaxing feel. Savour in a taste bursting with flavour with WOS's brunch menu, salad and paninis. View their menu here.
You can also read more about their interesting & specially-curated retail offerings here.
Birdy's is a neighborhood kitchen and bar in Upper Thomson. They serve the regular meals, coffee, craft beers, wines and everything in between, with an emphasis on quality without the frills.
View their mouth-watering menu items here. One of their must-try food items is the Slow Cooked Pork. 12-hr braised pork belly with duck fat potato and kecap manis (Indonesian Sweet Soy Sauce). This crowd pleaser is only available on their evening menu from 4PM.
Situated in the heart of Katong, The Communal Place serves an array of dishes of which are mostly catered for “Communal” dining and gatherings, they hope to bring back the memories together with their loved ones through their affordable and communal dining concepts.
Embarked on with the heart for bringing people together; The Communal Place creates the perfect setting for families and friends to gather, something that we tend to lose through the digital world. They do not provide WIFI connectivity in their establishment.
Serving an array of Western-Fusion cuisine splatted with a touch of homeliness, they promise to connect people with every meal.
Since the beginning, Boufé has been serving classic breakfast and brunch food. Their guiding principle is to produce as many ingredients in-house as possible. Hence, all of their brioche, sourdough slices and croissants are baked right in their pastry room itself! In 2018, Boufé starts to serve fusion food items, aligned with their focus in encouraging diners to bring along their families to eat at their cafés.
All of Boufé's cakes are made using classic French recipes and techniques. To make them unique, the pastry chefs innovate by making the appearance of their cake range attractive and eye-catching! Visit their newly-launched outlet, Boufé Pit Stop in Marina Square.
Singapore will not be short of new & upcoming cafes. Another cosy one by the name of Löwe'f Artisanal, has recently started on Queen Street.
The people at Löwe'f Artisanal spent many years creating beautiful tasting food for their family and friends. Finally, their doors are open to discerning foodies to feast and appreciate life at it's finest with them.
On the menu: Westcombe's Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Citrus Salmon Sandwich, Queen Street Chicken Burger and more.
Schmear is an authentic New York Delicatessen at Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove serving up homemade hand-rolled bagels and other New York favorites.
Schmear sources only the freshest and highest quality ingredients to provide you with nutrient rich, balanced meals without compromising taste.
Their drink menu comprises of espresso, cold-pressed juices and smoothies, in addition to a selection of over 35 craft beers, wine and champagne. Stop by for an unforgettable NYC experience with Schmear.
Crackerjack, an all-day dining concept (8am to 12midnight) at Tanjong Pagar Road is by the people behind 28 HongKong Street and Proof & Company Spirits.
You will find a good selection of Highballs and other creative mixologies, but of course. Flat White here uses a double-shot espresso from locally-roasted beans by 2Degrees North Roasters. For food; Moroccan style Chermoula Chicken, Mojo Brandt Bavette Steak Salad, House Bone Broth, Lentil Mushroom Scotch Egg and more.
Discover a new retail and dining experience at Level 3 of Tanglin Mall.
House of AnLi Store & Bistro welcomes you in a unique homey setting; to showcase their ready-to-buy in-store home collections and to serve you honest, home style food based on their family's original recipes.
Founded in 2010 by Belgian Designer Anne-Jean Liétaer, House of AnLi carries unique blend of quality Home Decor products from exclusive European labels including: French artsanal cutlery, mouth blown glassware, Portuguese tableware, Flemish tapestries and quirky wireless lamps. House of AnLi also proposes expert bespoke interior services, using its beautiful Belgian linen.
A new addition to House of AnLi’s universe is its cozy bistro nestled at the rear of the store, which brings a fresh dining experience and a bright space for shoppers to relax and unwind in a homely environment
Enjoy Allpress coffee made on a La Marzocco coffee machine, freshly baked pastries and more.
By the same people of Wheeler's Yard, Wheeler’s Estate at Seletar Aerospace Park comprises of 6 components – Restaurant, Café, Bar, Events, Picnic and Cycling.
Wheeler's Estate is where life, play and cycling meets. Set amidst rustic vibes that blend with lush, abundant nature at every corner, it’s the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life. Built and designed to create open, communal spaces – the 2-acre wide former British military airbase-turned heritage building will present you with an experience of a whole new world.
Dine in airy, spacious verandahs, soak up live tunes by the bar, hold a private solemnisation in an exquisite glass house, relax by the lawn with a picnic, or explore our community on foot – or two wheels. At Wheeler’s Estate, there’s something for everyone.
Shop Wonderland is an uber cool concept joint comprising of a cafe and floral studio. They have recently shifted from Haji Lane to Telok Ayer.
The people behind Shop Wonderland is Wonderland for Detailed Planners which was founded in year 2010 and has grown from strength to strength - from being the sole Tiffany chair provider with the largest volume and variety of colours in Singapore, to introducing the concept of aesthetic styling at weddings and events, and now operating Shop Wonderland which is their flagship store.
Today, the sole focus is to continually drive the vision for good aesthetics through Shop Wonderland, which has become a one-of-kind destination for those seeking a floral and botanical-inspired space.
Drawing inspiration from the worlds of international florists and event stylists, they strive to create a beautiful environment where their customers can spend their day in a space that fuels their passion for florals and aesthetics.
International award-winning and dynamic specialty coffee from Hong Kong, The Coffee Academïcs, will have their second outlet on the basement level of Raffles City Shopping Centre in December 2016.
The Coffee Academïcs sources the best Arabica coffee beans from all over the world. Its roasted coffee have scored 92-94 from the World Coffee Review – a “Robert Parker” of the coffee world – achieving the distinct honour of being ranked highest in Asia and top 3 in the world. On their menu; The Mess, inspired by English breakfast served with a 63°C egg atop sauteed spicy chicken sausage with crispy baby potatoes, pencil asparagus and buttered corns kernels. Chicken Poultry Terrine, a french inspired chicken liver terrine made with poultry and pork with spices and port wine. Served on the side with toasted bread, cornichons and yuzu marmalade.
Botanist is a new addition to Neil Road for cafe goers.
Botanist is a cafe that serves aromatic cuppa and delicious grub, brought to you by the same team behind Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters, Alchemist and Knockhouse Supply Co. Expect no less of the quality of their coffee brews.
Indulge in substantial, hearty meals at Ninja Cut – the latest concept by The Astronauts Group.
Sister outlet of the ever-popular Ninja Bowl which opened in April 2016, Ninja Cut sets itself apart on the Seah Street belt with a varied menu featuring succulent meats, fresh seafood, and all-day brunch items.
The “Ninja Cuts” section comprises beautifully cooked hearty proteins such as roast ribeye, crackling pork belly, juicy chicken, fillet of cod, tuna and whole squid; with an option of bases such as soba noodles, quinoa, a proprietary rice blend, and garden greens.
The fuss-free convivial dining concept sees customers placing their orders at the counter before the meals are prepped a la minute to serve.
From family-friendly cafes to cutting-edge clubs, Tadcaster Hospitality creates and manages unique restaurants, bars, and clubs in Singapore, Australia, and the Philippines. Café Melba at Mediapolis is the seventh concept of Tadcaster in Singapore.
Opened on the East Coast of Singapore at Goodman Arts Centre in 2012, Café Melba blends influences from Melbourne and Asia for a gourmet yet leisurelydiningexperience.The Café Melba concept is designed to be an oasis away from hectic city life, where you can relax from the stresses of the day with a great meal and friendly and attentive service. With breakfast all day (every day!) and plenty of events happening for both kids and adults, Café Melba has become a regular haunt for bookworms, foodies, parents, and music lovers alike.
Open all year long (including on Weekends and Public Holidays), Café Melba at Mediapolis is meant to be a relaxing reprieve from business park surroundings, perfect for unwinding from the hectic work day with a pint, grabbing an enjoyable dinner before a performance at Mediapolis state-of-the-art theatre or a quick meeting in a calm environment. With a bridge straight to Tanglin Trust School, parents will be able to pop over for lunch or a coffee while waiting for their children to finish up for the day.
Tadcaster’s New Zealander Chef Kacey Whaitiri-Roberts gained experience working alongside renowned Chefs such as Michelin Star Chef Gordon Ramsay in London and Chef Emmanuel Stroobant in Singapore. Kacey joined Tadcaster Hospitality in 2011 as the Group Executive Chef. He is working closely with Singaporean Chef Kenneth Tan, Tadcaster’s Group Chef de Cuisine. Kenneth worked at Picotin, one of Emmanuel Stroobant’s concepts, as Chef de Partie and restaurant Les Amis as Senior Chef de Partie before he joined Tadcaster Hospitality as Group Chef de Cuisine.
Located in the west of Singapore, Merriment is set in a contemporary setting in a big office building. They have teamed up with their friends at In The Brickyard (Desserts and Bakes) to provide the ultimate cafe experience.
Expect not only to satisfy your savoury cravings but also your sweet tooth with a variety of freshly baked goods, plated desserts, ice cream and milkshakes. The space is also available for events booking.
A quaint little western cafe in an oriental shophouse. They accept any food customisation if its within their means.
Wednesdays Food Company is all about providing you with whatever request you'd like to have on your meals as long as its within their means. Bacon in your coffee? Sure. Ice cream on your chicken? Even better.
At Wednesdays, they believe in providing the freedom of having the customers make their meals whatever they want it to be.
Nestled In the heart of Orchard Road where the hustle and bustle of city life is fast and frantic, Arteastiq, a boutique tea house, offers an oasis of a venue.
The name is a portmanteau of art and tea, where adjacent to the premium tea lounge is an art jam studio. The whole concept of social interaction through the expression of painting and gathering whilst overlooking the busy life of orchard road from above is truly an exquisite experience.
The da bang is one of the most chic and rustic café bars, nestled in the busy business district of Singapore.
They have combined the best of both worlds - Korean brunch cafe by day and Korean Mexican Bar at night.
The da bang encompasses the full experience of the delightful aroma of freshly prepared coffees complemented with great music and mystic ambiance. So stop by, relax and dig into something new and awesome!
Roots Kitchen Bar has opened its doors at 30 Dickson Road for brunch, lunch and dinner, serving fine European food at casual dining prices.
Fresh ingredients, hot pans, and sharp knives are Derek, David and Andy’s beliefs in bringing delicious food to the table.
Diners are eating top table food at accessible prices. They are often delightfully surprised by the juxtaposition of seriously good food served in a relaxed no-airs restaurant and a $$ menu.
With its chef trained and grounded in fine cuisine, soups are mirepoix-prepared from scratch, as with the sauces, stocks, and jus where roasting, sautéing and blending are de rigueur in their preparation.
Whether it is the medium done London Broil Flank or Poached Egg Pancetta Carbonara, multiple techniques are used to retain the original flavours of the ingredients, fragrance of the vegetables, and to deliver the desired texture of the dish.
These made from scratch, no pre-mix approaches are what brought the chef and three partners from different backgrounds together. Alvin Tan hailed from 8 years cooking in fine French and European kitchens; Derek Ong has F&B management experience, whilst David Lim and Andy Li are from Design, IT & communication worlds respectively. A common thread runs in their diversity: they all love food, honest unpretentious, delicious food at decent prices.
A space became available in the relatively untapped but emerging nosh locale of Little India, especially with the much anticipated opening of the Rochor MRT Station.
The three foodies saw the potential for a landmark restaurant, firmed up the restaurant concept and exactly one month later, the new generation eatery, Roots Kitchen Bar, was born.
Behind the scene, renovations began immediately. With a classic brick & mortar decor, walls were peeled at the corners and lined by iron grills and edgy lighting frames. The undressed tables and service evoke a casual, friendly atmosphere. With rustic cellar vibes, the place beckons ‘Welcome’ to diners where they can feel right at home having a meal or drinks.
Roots serves fine European fare at casual dining prices, sans service charge or GST. On the menu, the star starter is the Mushroom Leek Fondue Soup which has diners asking for seconds. The Crabmeat Linguine in Lobster Bisque has very quickly become diners’ favourite pasta order. The Nagano Pork with Braised Cabbage side fights nose to nose with the London Broil Beef Flank in winning over meat lovers’ hearts.
For dessert, the Banana Bailey is the Chef’s unique take on the humble bread and butter pudding which has invariably garnered ‘must try’ recommendations from guests.
At the helm of the kitchen, Chef Alvin Tan, began his culinary career in the fine dining kitchen of Les Amis au Jardin, on to the Boathouse at the Fullerton where he started as chef de partie and quickly rose to be chef-in-charge. He was then headhunted out of Singapore 2 years ago to Velassaru, Maldives, where he was in charge of a signature restaurant.
Using many textured materials; Pebbles, Gravels, Wood, Bricks and Grass Patches. Flavour Flings brings you a pretty Zen and Natural cafe experience to its guests.
While dining in an Eco-setup, Chef Shawn, an Alumni of The Culinary Institute of America, Singapore, buzzes around the kitchen, presenting modern American and French all day breakfast and brunch delights. You will be surprised to see many American and French classics, and also some twists around many flavours, ingredients and presentation.
A Global Chinese concept, Lokkee (pronounced as 'Lucky') is a witty and cheeky play on favourite Chinese recipes which have been given a unique tweak to include a dash of Western influence. This genre of Chinese cuisine, often defined by chow mein and fortune cookies, is reinterpreted and elevated here through fresh, top quality ingredients, and clean flavours.
Lokkee aims to add diversity to Singapore’s restaurant landscape and celebrates the style of cuisine commonly found in Chinese restaurants dotted across major cities such as New York, London and Sydney. Created by enterprising Chinese immigrants, it is an appropriation of the food from their motherland, adapted for diners in their new environment.
Lokkee is designed to tap on the growing audience of well-travelled Singaporeans for whom the idea of Chinese food for a Western audience is associated with being in a buzzing cosmopolitan hub.
Nestled in Singapore's most popular beach at East Coast Park, Sunrise Bistro & Bar offers diners a quaint place to chill with its repertoire of cuisine, an extensive wine list and a good mix of small bites and sweets.
Helmed by its co-founder and chef with an impressive 22-year culinary experience, Mr Vincent Teng is affectionately known for his specialised skills in Sous Vide cooking, casual French fare cooked with a contemporary twist and a fine blend of creativity peppered with Asian flavors.
If you are in search of hearty casual French fare and extremely well-priced wines, mark Sunrise Bistro & Bar down on your TO-VISIT list.
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel is elevating the experiences of all guests by re-opening the Pool area on Level 5. Updates include newly refurbished pool terrace rooms accompanied with a private terrace area, new pool side cabanas along the outdoor swimming pool, refurbished pool pavilion as well as the award-winning Pool Grill restaurant.
From the moment you progress to Level 5 of this luxury hotel, you will be captivated by a breathtaking tropical oasis of tranquility, where nature, Asian architecture and a picturesque landscape, bring together the harmony of resort-style and city living.
Enter into a gastronomic haven at the refurbished, alfresco Pool Grill restaurant, conveniently located by the pool. Whether you are planning a relaxing lunch or a romantic dinner, catching up with friends over Sunday Brunch or chilling with a refreshing cocktail by the pool, this restaurant exceeds all expectations with an extensive food and beverage menu.
Boasting a new selection of tasty Western treats, perfectly grilled meats and our signature table-side Caesar salad, a la carte highlights include Seared Lamb Loin, inspired by a traditional Wellington; Fresh Tuna with Balsamic Syrup & Garlic Skordalia; Seafood Platter of Oysters, Crab Legs, Live Prawns and Boston Lobster; Rare Yellow Fin Tuna Tataki with Compressed Watermelon, Goat Cheese Mousse, Chia & Flax Seeds; Chilled Honey Melon Soup with Poached Prawns & Serrano Ham; Banoffee with Toffee & Banana; and more.
Brunch highlights include Specialty Eggs (cooked any style) with Smoked Cod Fish, Avocado, Chilli Tomato Salsa, Coriander Verdi & Fried Tortilla Bread; Singapore Chilli Crab Omelette with Onion, Coriander, Tomato & Hash Brown; Marriott Club Sandwich; Iberico Pork Cutlet with Fig & Onion Compote, Charcutiere Sauce; premium cheeses; and more.
Spacious and welcoming, the 42-sqm Pool Terrace room boasts intuitively-designed details, cleanlines and soothing hues to create a cozy, brilliant stay right in the heart of Singapore. Each guest room is equipped with thoughtful state-of-the-art furnishings, including a 46-inch Full-HD Smart TV, plush bedding, floor-to-ceiling windows, a bath tub, an extended vanity area and more. As the sun rises, step out onto your very own veranda that opens up to stunning views of the glittering, refurbished swimming pool. Alternatively, chill under the enchanting starry night sky as you sip on cocktails in the comforts of your veranda.
The perfect home within a home, the indulgences on Level 5 are not only endless, they are all within easy reach. Relaxation comes easy with direct access to the hotel’s renovated swimming pool that is lined with new, stylish cabanas and deck chairs.
Flock has recently launched it's new outlet at Ghim Moh.
A family run cafe, Flock's atmosphere is deliberately relaxed. Starting from their love of good cafes, good food and good atmosphere they seek to let their customers feel what they love so much about relationships.
Coupled with their selection on music and modern industrial decor, they're sure that you will definitely feel at home.
Open from sunrise to sunset, in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, bring your family, friends and pets.
In the comfort of the surrounding nature, they invite you to kick start your day with their sumptuous brunch menu not forgetting their robust combination of fruit juices, leaving you spoilt for choices. Breakfast is served until 5pm.
As the sun sets, they invite you to sit with the company of friends, indulge yourself with their delightful dinner menu you immerse in a savoury experience.
Tucked away in Gillman Barracks is Red Baron, a new cafe/ bar concept operated by the good people behind Artistry.
A bakery and cafe in the Gillman Barracks serving up Liberty Coffee and craft beers on tap. All day breakfast, salads, sandwiches and pastas available. Breads, cakes and tarts are baked in-house, including the popular Lemon Meringue tart and Salted Caramel & Dark Chocolate tart.
Go for their French Toast — toasted brioche heaped with caramelised bananas, sopped in gula melaka sauce, and finished with a sprinkling of dessicated coconut.
Enjoy French wines and sharing platters at very affordable prices. An extension of L'Entrecôte The Steak & Fries Bistro, the laid-back and authentically Parisian ambience is a great place for you to unwind after a hard day at work.
Chef Damien le Bihan has specially curated their authentic French menu of cheese platters, pâté de campagne, foie gras, smoked fish platter, croque monsieur and tartines. French-styled brunch are available on weekends, where the menu includes vienoisserie, egg Benedict and cereals.
Chef Damien le Bihan has specially curated their authentic French menu of cheese platters, pâté de campagne, foie gras, smoked fish platter, croque monsieur and tartines. French-styled brunch are available on weekends, where the menu includes vienoisserie, egg Benedict and cereals.