Popular Japanese cheese tart shop Bake will open its first outlet in Singapore.
The cheese tarts are from Kinotoya, an established Western confectionery in Hokkaido, Japan, in 2011. They became such a hit that Bake was set up three years later in Tokyo, and specialises in selling them.
The molten mousse tart filling is made with three types of cream cheese - two from Hokkaido and one from France, and the crispy pastry is baked twice.
Bistro French Quays offers residents and visitors to Sentosa Cove’s Quayside Isle the unbeatable combination of top quality French dining, at unmistakably great value.
A play on the sensual kiss that the French are famous for, Bistro French Quays brings the romance of Paris to Quayside Isle. With an impressive menu built upon the freshest meats, fish, and seafood especially air-flown from various regions across France and the surroundings, the emphasis is on traditional authenticity, capturing the quality and flavours of home-style French cooking for all to enjoy by the marina waterfront.
Boasting a meat and seafood focused menu, Bistro French Quays covers the entire gamut of rustic small plates, wholesome soups, hearty mains, and luscious desserts. Their classics include the “French Quays” 1.2kg angus prime rib, jumbo mangalica pork chop, sautéed beef tenderloin, seafood cassoulet and lobster thermidor, and are all bound to impress. The very traditional Calvados flambé waffles and our signature raspberry white chocolate lava cake are some of the fine ways to round off the spread. Special dishes depending on the season allow their regular guests to always enjoy something new and exciting.
The folks from Lab SG have a new dessert and bakery project a few doors from their mainstay at Jalan Pisang, Sinseh: The Grocery.
Occupying a small shophouse half the size of their restaurant, the intimate space is minimalist yet cozy with whitewashed concrete walls, wooden shelf displays of trinkets like retro cookie jars and cooking memorabilia, and a corner dedicated to fancy cutlery and artisan baking goods for sale. But don't expect to get too cushy because apart from a table and a few chairs outside, there aren't any dine-in options.
Apart from the usual croissants and baguettes and focaccia, the in-house bakery here does hearty bagel sandwiches with fillings like salmon and dill, turkey bacon and egg, grilled cheese and grilled vegetable. Desserts include death-by-carbs option bagel ice cream sandwich with homemade vanilla ice cream and fruit, nut and chocolate chips. Just like their predecessors at Lab SG, they're pretty big on dessert drinks like the earl grey float that sees a dollop of their home made early grey ice cream on a root beer or Coke, virgin lychee mojitos and caramel apple fizz.
From the vibrant nightlife of Gemmill Lane comes a drinking hole, created for the sole purpose of giving everyone - and anyone - a place to quench parched throats with accessibly-priced drinks.
Welcome to Gemmills - a new all-day dining concept by the people behind Maggie Joan’s and Moosehead.
Inspired by its namesake John Gemmill - a successful auctioneer and banker in the 1840s. John donated the Gemmill Fountain, Singapore’s first public drinking fountain, and in doing so created a drinking place for all of Singapore’s inhabitants.
John’s vision to provide a readily available place to quench thirst lives on in Gemmills. Hidden in a back alley beside sister restaurant Maggie Joan’s, Gemmils is a comfortable and cosy bar, perfect to make yourself feel at home with a glass of wine in hand.
Open from 8am ‘til midnight, Monday to Saturday, Gemmills is a licensed bottle shop, offering a selection of sparkling, white and red wine from around the world along with craft beers, for either dine in or takeaway. Be spoilt by John’s Choice – a regular rotation of wine by the glass.
Apart from drinks, Gemmills aims to satiate ravishing stomachs with its daily rotations of sandwiches and tarts. It is a place to pop by, grab a coffee and breakfast or lunch, or a place to relax with drinks and snacks. By the open counter-top, find a curation of artisan cheeses, charcuterie and a range of small bites such as spiced nuts, marinated olives and duck rillettes.
Located at a quiet corner in Millenia Walk Singapore is Fumée, the new three-in-one Gastro-pub that triples up as a wine bar and deli.
Fumée is a new hospitality concept offering dining, entertainment and retail, providing a comfortable outdoor terrace to enjoy a unique dining experience. Spanning 6,000 square feet, Fumée comfortably seats 390 people on her terrace deck, dining hall, wine club and private rooms. Located in downtown Singapore in the heart of the Central Business District, customers of Fumée see her as their “Lepak (an oxford dictionary approved Malaysian expression for “relax”) Corner”, where they unwind to an uber fresh draft beer or their favourite wines (they have a decent collection of 250 international labels).
The vast indoor and outdoor space allows easy transformation from holding private functions to corporate events. The interior of Fumée features the architectural styling of where lush colours and clean lines meld into an atmosphere of complete harmony. The abundance of natural light creates a bright atmosphere in the day that turns funky at night.
The menu is designed by Chef Wilson Ang Wee Siong, whom has been influenced by his previous stint at DB Bistro Moderne and being the Sous Chef at Fordham & Grand. The cuisine reflects his relentless learning attitude to bring more unique dishes to the guests’ table with value for money as a priority.
Chef Wilson uses modern French techniques paired with fresh local ingredients for Fumée’s food fare. Their in house special includes Slow Cooked Short Ribs which has been cooked for 48 hours with burdock served on a bed of creamy mash. The crowd favourite, Wagyu Cheese Burger, with patty made in house using wagyu beef, topped with Emmental cheese served in a sesame bun with fries and homemade pickles on the side.
During lunch, they also feature a sarnie line where customers can customize their own sandwiches. Their deli holds a comprehensive selection of fine cheeses and premium charcuteries.
Upon entering Fumée, your line of sight would not be able to miss the Wine Club which holds over 250 different labels of wine hailing from all parts of the world. There is also a whisky bar where the most exclusive whiskies such as the Yamasaki 25 years and Hibiki 30 years reside in.
To provide top-notch musical entertainment, every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, there is be live band entertainment featuring different hot and new local acts.
At Opus Bar & Grill, sustainable seafood and prime cuts; dry aged in-house for 14 to 36 days with our customized Himalayan salt tile cabinets, are expertly cooked by Australian Chef Nick Philip over imported charcoals for an intense depth of aroma and flavor.
The bar showcases a unique range of cocktails inspired by Asian food, accompanied by an enticing selection of bar snacks.
Bottura presents authentic Italian cuisine backed by generations worth of experience, closely following the Bottura family’s traditional cooking style.
While the Italian restaurant is seemingly modern, complete with dark steel shelves and Edison light bulbs, it cooks traditional homey food from Bologna. The expansive 144-seater restaurant has comforting dishes like tagliatelle ragu, polenta lasagne and four-cheese gnocchi, along with a a slew of pizzas with toppings like capers and mozzarella. The space also has homemade gelato with flavors like wild berries, pistachio and a blue, bubblegum-flavored gelato. The affordable restaurant also has degustation menus and a retail space where you can stock up on dry goods imported from Italy such as wines and dried porcini mushrooms.
Inspired by the craft beer and fresh seafood culture of San Diego, Draft & Craft is a unique restaurant-bar concept that serves authentic Southern Californian comfort food and specializes in craft beer, unique cocktails and artisanal cheeses.
Draft & Craft was conceptualized and founded by a couple that moved here from San Diego, who wanted to bring the freshness and easiness of Baja-influenced So-Cal dining to Singapore. The essence of So-Cal dining is fresh ingredients and is usually accompanied with a craft beer or cocktail in a casual, breezy setting. “Draft” refers to the draft gourmet beers on tap, and “Craft” refers to the craft food, cocktails and artisanal cheeses offered.
Draft & Craft serves up “Baja-style” Mexican food, which is a popular staple in Southern California because of its emphasis on fresh produce and seafood with it being typically lighter on the stomach when compared to traditional Mexican fare. Their food is mostly made from scratch, with a few components carefully sourced and selected by their chef. Highlights of the menu include epicurean versions of grilled cheese sandwiches and tacos such as the Baja Fish which consists of beer-battered and fried fish fillet, pico de gallo, fresh shredded cabbage and homemade white sauce enveloped in a warm and soft flour tortilla. In addition, Draft & Craft hopes to introduce the concept of beer and cheese pairings. The effervescence and varying flavors of different beers serves to complement a wide selection of cheeses as they bring out the subtle notes in one another. The gourmet cheese-tasting platter, as well as individual cheese wedges offered on the menu as supplemental beer pairings, were handpicked by their cheese consultant, who owns several cheese bars in Portland, Oregon.
Driven by his passion in craft beer, their beers are lovingly curated by the owner who is a beer connoisseur and home-brewer himself. Some of the offerings on tap include Stone IPA, Rogue Dead Guy Ale, Prairie Saison, and Anderson Valley Summer Solstice. The bottled beer list is constantly expanding and includes a good selection of IPAs, Trappist ales, stouts, porters and ciders.
For wine lovers, they have a selection of white and red wines carefully selected from a small and vibrant wine supplier. The wines offered are made from carefully tended vines, with minimal intervention in the cellar that is looked after by dedicated wine growers. The results are apparent- balanced, delicious and interesting wines which pair well with food. Cocktail drinkers can also choose from the craft cocktail menu that was specially concocted by the owner. The menu places a strong emphasis on fresh ingredients, such as “A Summer’s Day” which consists of champagne, elderflower liquor, and fresh cucumber honey water made from scratch daily.
Housed in a 1,000 square foot venue on the bustling Circular Road, in the heart of the Central Business District, Draft & Craft boasts an intimate setting with a capacity of 80 beer-loving patrons. Over at Draft & Craft, they hold the belief that the devil is in the details and they spare no effort in creating a great experience for you.
An airship under steam, Copper’s soul purpose is the voyage through and beyond an array of delectable cuisines, taking your taste buds into a realm beyond your wildest dreams. The moment you enter Copper on the lower deck, you will be greeted with Dr Sparks’ beef bar, which houses the largest selection of Gin on the equatorial line.
The bar has over 30 labels to choose from, also offering gourmet bar bites like the Mac & Cheese Balls and Bone Marrow Crostini.
A restaurant will be opening on the top floor specialising in grilled meats.