Riverside Grilled Fish æ±Ÿè¾¹åŸŽå¤–was founded in 2005 by two good friends who chanced upon the delicious traditional method of grilling fish and topping it off with Ma La sauces while travelling in Wushan Town, Chong Qing. Captivated by the robust and tantalising flavours of the Chong Qing recipes, the two friends set up their first shop in Beijing and soon became known for their unique Chong Qing styled grilled whole fishes made with the freshest ingredients and award-winning sauces.
Snaking long queues outside Riverside Grilled Fish æ±Ÿè¾¹åŸŽå¤–became a common sight. Riverside Grilled Fish æ±Ÿè¾¹åŸŽå¤– has since expanded to 54 outlets in China with Singapore being the first Riverside Grilled Fish set up outside of China in Singapore.
Recently launched, 3rd Culture Brewing Co. is a hawker stall at Maxwell Food Centre that offers another alternatives to the usual Tiger, Heineken or Carlsberg options with their selection of craft beers. The stall is definitely a great addition to the hipster meets not-so-fancy food center vibes trend
The beer stall has a selection of nine taps with three more on the way, which offers an international range of craft beers from breweries such as Brewdog, Stone Brewing Co., Panhead Custom Ales, Eight Degrees Brewing and more. You'll be able to have your hawker food fix and your craft beer cravings satisfied in one spot with prices starting from $8 for a 12 ounce cup.
The chilled-out bar is an elegant nod to the Golden Age of Cuba, and it offers some of the finest rums you can find in the city, plus stunning views of the lush greenery surrounding the enchanting, colonial-styled resort. You might forget, after a few cocktails, that this neutral-hued retreat is actually in Singapore.
Coyote is the new contender to the few Modern Tex-Mex restaurants in Singapore’s F&B scene, promising heartier, more wholesome Tex-Mex cusine experienced in a semi-fine dining design.
Coyote will be helmed by Chef Jihardi Amin, well-known in the culinary scenes of Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand for more than 19 years, who has long-honed his expertise in both local and Western cuisine. His love for Mexican food was cultivated when he was mentored by two reknowned Mexican chefs: Chef Adrian Pinto and Chef Nacian Prince. Chef Jihardi found both familiarity and exotic flavour in Mexican colour, spice and aroma.
With combined similar minds, the opportunity to head a Tex Mex restaurant was kismet. The authentic menu to be delivered in Coyote reflects the humourous and jolly side of the Chef, as he abides to “respect and love the ingredients, and cook it with your heart and soul. The food will make rainbows in your eyes”.
Fresh quality ingredients will always be a cornerstone and essential to Mexican food to bring out its utmost vibrancy. With Chef’s varied local and Western cuisine backgrounds, you can look forward to some chef’s specialties, which has a slight Asian innovation to Mexican food for the fresh twist but still keeping close to authentic Tex-Mex cuisine. Their family-friendly restaurant also welcomes children to enjoy a healthy and appetising kid’s menu. Delightful Mexican desserts unlikely to be found in a typical Western restaurant will also delight all fans of both the sweet and the savoury.
Freehouse was birthed from a thirst that could only be quenched by good beer and cider, if you're like them, you'll understand when they say the thirst is real.
At Freehouse, they like their beers and ciders full of flavor, because nothing’s worse than the taste of bad beer. So it’s only natural that they made it their life mission to bring you nothing but the best beers out there.
They’ve got 16 rotational craft beers and an extensive bottle list that covers a variety of styles and breweries from all over the world. It gets even better, their menu of soulful Asian food (can’t take the Asian out of them) is crafted specifically to complement the beers they offer.
You'll find them on the second story of a shophouse in the heart of CBD, so go on, climb those stairs to (beer) heaven, you know you want to.
Think bare-brick walls, concrete floors, beer on tap, the best of rock sounding through the system, and lots (and lots) of whiskies.
Sample 100+ variety of whiskies from around the globe - have it neat, on the rocks, or with a beer chaser. 3-4 ever-changing cocktails. Sapporo on tap. Beer pong. They also have a selection of sodas for designated drivers in the house.
In addition to checking out edgy art at Emily Hill's long-beloved Kult Gallery, you can now have a beer or a cocktail on the same leafy compound. Located in an old house, Kult Kafe oozes a laidback house party atmosphere with high ceilings, bare walls plastered with graffti art posters, tasteful antique furniture and a roomy dance floor that also doubles as a performance venue.
On the drinks front, there's a cocktail menu by Zac Mirza (of House of Dandy and Tapow fame). Try the Kult Julep featuring rum, kaffir lime leaf and gula melaka and the Mojito featuring coconut water, fresh berries, lime juice and rum. For a greater punch, try the Spirit-driven end of the menu - stuff like like Negroni, Boulvardier and 1794. Also on the menu are regular bar staples like gin, bourbon, whisky, rum and apertifs.
For special events (and you can expect many, as one of the partners is Tom Shellsuit of Sundays at the Training Shed fame), expect outdoor seating and staging, DJs and food done by Wings World and Black Boys Cubano, though we're told Kult Kafe will soon roll out its own bar food menu.
Big Street is a local heritage style dine-in restaurant located in a 2 ½ storey conservation shop house.
The shop house is a corner unit with excellent full glass frontage where you can enjoy the view of the park from any level. Comfortable seating, entertaining music and interesting furnishing created a welcoming atmosphere for dining in and chilling out.
With WIFI readily available, you can enjoy your cuppa and the ambience while you surf the net or just catch up with friends.
One can also get to learn the history of this building through the heritage panel displayed on the wall of the staircase going to the second storey. With artistic and creative lighting, Big Street also serves as a beacon for excellent late night comfort food and ‘night cap’.
The second level and mezzanine level are ideal for hosting private functions and their culinary team will be pleased to create menus that suit your special occasions.
Among Big Street’s menu offering are some of Singapore’s top ten local favourite dishes such as hainanese chicken rice, hokkien mee, char kway teow, pepper crabs, fish head curry, satay, kaya toasts, nasi briyani and roti prata. You will also get to enjoy their creation of chilli crab in a ‘prata bag’ and a variety of delicious prata wraps.
They also have a selection of HPB endorsed healthier choice meals for the health conscious and weight watchers. Healthier oil carrying the HCS logo is used for all their food preparation.
Their café & bar counters serve gourmet coffee and teas, local flavour ice creams, a thirst quinching range of cocktails and mocktails, and a selection of red and white wines. Their service executives will be pleased to assist you with food and drink pairing if you require.
Naughty Nuri's Singapore, is a pork-rib lovers' paradise. Connoisseurs will already know about the celebrated grill house from Ubud, Indonesia.
If you happen to be craving for some finger lickin’ good grills, you need not go too far as this new development has landed in the heart of the Capitol.
Savour the well-known grilled delights the island’s legendary name in pork ribs has to offer, and more. Naughty Nuri's Singapore specializes in succulent ribs and chops, but also serves a range of dishes from ‘appeteasers’ to salads, soups, sandwiches, steaks, Asian selections, and burgers, not to mention, notorious signature martinis.
The Naughty Nuri’s brand is synonymous with communal dining with friends and family. Providing a modern take on traditional Indonesian cuisine, Naughty Nuri’s has been a resounding hit in over 10 locations around Asia with emphasis on Indonesia and Malaysia. Known for some of the best ribs in Asia, they believe that the brand will fit in well amongst Singaporeans and offer the authentic standards of an Indonesian “Wurung” experience.
This is their 2nd outlet that served delicious comfort food such as their best-sellers: beer battered fish & chips, french style escargot and chargrilled chicken.
Not only that, they also bring in more than 50 type of beer from around the World. If you are looking for a place to chill, relax and enjoy nice food pairings with a bottle of iced cold beer, this beer garden is the place for you.
Chick & Ken offers a Korean fried chicken menu and artisanal desserts.
The menu includes Singaporean inspired chicken wings coated with salted egg cream served with fresh chilli and curry leaves as well as Korean style fried chicken soaked in home-made soy glaze and fresh scallions.
Enjoy their fried sides that come as double fried spam fries with soy glaze or batter coated king oyster, shiitake and Shimeiji mushrooms tossed in garlic spice mix.