Located in the heart of glamour, in Palais Renaissance, Binary is a gastro-bar inspired by the astronomical phenomena of the binary star. Based on the concept of two, it offers a binary approach to cuisine in which guests have the option to choose from Asian or Western cooking – or enjoy both on the same plate. The items are cooked in one or the other style, so the flavours are kept true to tradition, and enjoyed separately.
The menu features Bread & Chips, Small Plates, Kebabs, Mains, On the Side, and Desserts, all offered in this unique presentation. More than 60 wine labels at superb quality-for-value prices complement the food along with sakes, cocktails, craft beers, and teas. As a place to hang out, kick back, and enjoy life’s pleasures, Binary blazes like a star on Orchard Road.
The Wine Cove on East Coast Road offers private dining spaces inspired by old European wine dungeons, perfect for formal or casual events. Their walk-in wine retail cellar boasts one of Singapore’s widest selections of European wines, complete with curated European tapas and set lunch.
New to food and wine pairings? Fret not! Their expert sommeliers are always ready to recommend a medley of small plates and exquisite wines to suit your palates.
Boeuf is all about beef & wines! A modern and contemporary bistro nestled in a conserved shophouse along vibrant Telok Ayer. Boeuf explores beef in various culinary styles. Visit Boeuf to enjoy great wines paired with amazing cuts of beef!
At Boeuf, you can discover different breeds and cuts of beef - from dry aged grass fed Welsh ribs to Argentinian Aberdeen black Angus to wagyu MB7 from Australia.
Enjoy a range of beef preparations - from beef tartar to cured Bresaola wagyu to charcoal grilled prime ribs.
And don’t miss their signature dishes - flambe asada ribeye with mezcal and slow cooked infused short ribs with celeriac puree.
Heirloom Bistro is located in the bustling borough of Holland Village, where the arts, food, wine and connection comes to life.
At Heirloom, they believe that there is something for every palate. Cosy up there for an evening of taste-tangling over fine dining, casual dinner with friends or late night drinks with an extensive wine list and alternative wines which feature female sommeliers’ who have shattered glass ceilings in the wine-making industry. You’re in for a treat.
Casa is Remy’s life journey on a plate. Inspired by his childhood and formative years as a chef, Remy celebrates the seasons through finely curated produce, highlighting seafood over meat and serving only one land animal a day on rotation basis. Having lived in unspoiled places around the world, Remy seeks to preserve the natural environment and focuses on ingredients that are line-caught, responsibly sourced, traditionally farmed, organic and wild-foraged, and bio-dynamic. These are cooked with woodfire in the traditional way to produce flavours that are clean yet bold.
At Casa, guests are made to feel like family members or friends invited to a meal, because after 20 years of travel and self-discovery, this is where Chef Remy finds Home.
At Casa, the menu embodies ‘Remy’s story on a plate’, with dishes inspired by the season, as well as events and experiences that were formative in shaping Remy into the chef he is today.
For lunch and dinner, Casa offers the 4- course Discovery menu for $118; the 6- course Experience menu for $198; and the Carte Blanche with 8-courses for $258. A selection of 16 dishes divided into four key sections are available for guests to choose from to create each menu. For lunch time only, the restaurant offers an executive menu, called ‘Trust Me’ – a 3-course at $88. All the above menus are presented with snacks and petit fours.
On weekends, there is a multi-course brunch with champagne at $198++. The courses in this fiesta-style menu are ‘Eat With Fingers’ featuring snacks; ‘Vegetal’featuring vegetable-focused dishes; ‘To Be Shared’ featuring large-format fish and meat, served with sides and condiments; and ‘Never Ending’ featuring desserts and cheese and sweet snacks.
Casa’s elegant and cosy spaces open up to blue, ivory and sage hues in natural textures that spell warm domesticity. The variety of seating options - lounge, table and booth – creates the ease and comfort of a family residence. Remy and his team see themselves as hosts welcoming their diners as family members and friends into their home – with all the warm hospitality that entails.
Casa Restaurant by Remy Lefebvre is a restaurant concept under the umbrella of Singapore- based F&B Group, Plan B Ventures Pte Ltd, which also owns El Mero Mero, Señor Taco and La Mexicana.
At The Social Alley, you’ll find flavours inspired by Chinese, Japanese, Singaporean, Italian and more cuisines in their broad menu that will take your tastebuds on a gastronomic journey. Food aside, they also hope to connect people from all walks of life – their patrons will be able to build connections and establish relationships with one another.
There at The Social Alley, they stand by being socially accountable and aim to give back to society as much as they can. Hence, 10% of their profits are channelled towards the Save the Children Fund, whereby the proceeds are used to improve the lives of children through education, healthcare, better economic opportunities and more. On top of that, they pride themselves on their sustainable practices. This initiative brings them one step closer to food sustainability, food security as well as a stronger battle against climate change.
Join them for casual Western dining at great prices. Both indoor and alfresco seating are available. Enjoy wine pairings that are available by the glass from just $6++ or hop by their Wine Shop to grab a bottle for takeaways. You can even purchase a bottle for dine-in, starting from $30++. Your favourite wine-and-dine experience only at Wine Connection.
F&B newcomer The JOMO Group will launch their first neighbourhood bar + kitchen + bottle shop ‘JOMO’ in the bustling Holland Village locale in early January 2021. This venue will be the first of five that The JOMO Group plans to open around neighbourhoods in Singapore, with the view of offering high-quality cuisine coupled with beverages at a very accessible price point.
JOMO aims to become a local hot spot for guests looking for a wide selection of drinks and dishes that are family-friendly and affordable. The concept will be that of a warm, casual, friendly neighborhood hangout with a minimalist Bar, Kitchen & Bottle Shop vibe, and a modern yet timeless ambience directed towards a simpler lifestyle.
To be open 7-days a week, JOMO will offer dine in and take-away options. The family-friendly menu will have a wide selection of dishes including aged Aussie angus burgers, deep-fried pork belly, and homemade pies all from master butchers Sidecar Handcrafted. Other highlights include a 1.2 kg meat platter with fries and coleslaw, enough for 5 people and priced at only $88 nett.
Family BBQs powered by Sidecar Handcrafted will be held every Sunday with two seating options available, 11am to 2pm and 3pm to 6pm. Orders will be taken dim-sum style, and served at tables for sharing with free-flow options of Aperol Spritz and all beer on draft for a bargain $42 nett. JOMO is bringing to Singapore chicken-salted fries that are hugely popular in Australia, a must-try on their menu.
JOMO will have over 250 wines and spirits, including 40 gins by the bottle, and 50 wines at $50 nett per bottle. JOMO’s super-dry low-carb lager beer will be available together with four beers on tap at $8 nett per pint ($6 nett during Happy Hour). Take-away 2.5L beer pouches will also be offered at $28 nett, and there will be no surcharge for take-away or in-house dining.
“Our vision was to create a more stylish F&B experience than what is typically found around neighbourhoods, yet maintain that casual vibe and sense of community we all enjoy. We also wanted to stay away from the old and stuffy and bring back the vibrant, convivial feeling to a place where you know you will have top-quality food and drinks at a fantastic place to unwind, “said Group General Manager, Steve Yallop.
“To ensure the safety of our guests, we will be working with 'Equal Strategy' to use their latest technology 'Eco Pure Room', a patented and safe, NEA approved COVID-19 killing airborne sanitiser currently used in hospitals and leading global hospitality brands,” he added.
JOMO will feature a luscious alfresco area sweeping around the building, a full retail shop experience on the ground floor and a stylish, yet minimalistic restaurant and bar on the second floor.
JOMO – Holland Village is located in a three-storey hidden gem that has distinctive window-panes and a pointed roof at the end of Lorong Mambong Road in Holland Village.
Happy Hour is from 3pm to 6pm, Monday to Saturday.
The former chef of one Michelin-starred restaurant Song of India, Manjunath Mural announced that he will be opening a new restaurant called Adda.
The 70-seater restaurant will serve Neo-Indian cuisine.
Adda is Indian slang for "getting together and being in the neighbourhood" - Chef Mural's new restaurant will be in Beach Road and is slated to open in November.
While we patiently wait for the restaurant to be ready; it is possible to have Adda sweets handcrafted by Chef Mural to celebrate this Deepavali season. The contact number for ordering is +65 96600290 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There’s a new place in town where diners will experience the quintessential spirit, vibe and authentic flavours of a suburban American diner and it’s located right in the heart of the Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski. Think vinyl booths, checkered flooring, tiled walls, vibrant red leather seats and a fun vintage vibe complete with neon lights. Broadway American Diner features a collection of classic American comfort food comprising hearty and freshly-grilled hamburgers, rolls and toasts, tasty mac & cheese, classic milkshakes, irresistible sundaes and good ole American pie.
Broadway is the ideal rendezvous spot for families during weekends, friends get together for social gatherings and a relaxing lunch or dinner with officemates. Just like the foods you can find in America’s favourite hangout spots, Broadway offers its own take on American staples.
The Chilli Beef Hot Dog is immensely satisfying with smoked beef sausage, chilli con carne, pico de gallo and mozzarella cheese in a hot dog bun. A crowd favourite there is the Grilled Pulled Pork Sandwich served with coleslaw, arugula, cucumbers, pickles and barbecue sauce in a sandwich roll. A must-try is also the Philly Steak Sandwich that features juicy beef steak with bell peppers, onions, mozzarella and Colby cheese in a hoagie roll. For beautifully-stacked mess, the Double Black Angus Cheese Burger promises a satisfying seating of 100% Black Angus patty, topped with American cheese, red onions, cucumber pickles and Thousand Island dressing. For the ultimate burger experience, Broadway’s BBQ Beef Burger is for a more modest, but equally satiating counterpart, with beef patty served with fried onion rings, smoky bacon, cheddar cheese and an apple butter barbecue sauce.
Those who prefer white meat won’t be disappointed with the Buttermilk Chicken and Cheese Burger that serves up fried chicken with American cheese, cabbage slaw and a honey mustard dressing, as well as the Pork Jowl Burger with pulled pork, coleslaw, green apples, arugula, Dijon mustard and a smoky spicy ketchup. The buns used at Broadway American Diner are freshly-made from natural ingredients.
Choose your sweets from Belgian Waffles that comes with strawberry compote, whipped cream and your choice of ice cream; Pancakes with vanilla chantilly, maple syrup, cinnamon sugar and ice cream of choice; French Toast complete with lime mascarpone and spiced vanilla syrup; or a Traditional American Apple Pie with a dollop of whipped cream. For an icy treat, the Sundae is the real deal with vanilla chantilly, wafer sticks, Maraschino cherries and chocolate and strawberry sauce.You also won’t be disappointed with the Banana Split, levelled up with banana espuma, banana glaze, freeze-dried banana, rum and raisins, icecream and whipped cream. Simple tastes are catered for as well with ice cream and sorbets that come in ten flavours from Madagascar vanilla bean and strawberry gelato to ondeh ondeh and chendol. Wash it all down with six variations of milkshakes that range from classic flavours like strawberry and chocolate to chendol and Milo! Floats are also for order whether you favour rootbeer, Coke or Sprite. Rally the gang and pop by for old school fun, right there at Broadway American Diner in Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski.
It all started in Taipei, when a dream of proudly bringing the best from Portugal was made true. TUGA is an authentic, genuine celebration of Portugal, through its food, wine, music and art. It’s a journey of discovery - when someone walks into TUGA, they embark on a pure immersion of Portugal. And now, again, so proudly, in Dempsey, Singapore!
Wine lovers will enjoy their curated list of Portugese wines. Be sure to place an advance reservation for their “Leitão à Bairrada” ala Portuguese Suckling Pig.
Cicada at Clarke Quay is a multi-concept dining and entertainment venue that spans two floors - on the first is an all-day dining bistro, while the second floor features a smouldering, jazz lounge (level 2 will be ready in Q2 2020).
The entire concept pivots on a Modern Asian angle - from the food, to signature cocktails on tap, and a regular live entertainment programme (showcasing top-notch Mandarin singer-songwriters and jazz musicians), Cicada blends the best of Singapore and our surrounding region to curate a welcoming space that hopes to offer a slice of elegance and tranquility within Clarke Quay.
Located at the start of the ethnic enclave of Little India, Citadines Rochor Singapore is part of Tekka Place, an intersection point of contemporary living and 19th century heritage. The integrated development features a curated mix of retail, dining, fitness and cultural options spread across four floors. Also within walking distance is the arts, heritage and design precinct of Bugis and Bras Basah. From here, it is easy to travel to other locations within the country, especially the Central Business District, thanks to the close proximity of Rochor and Little India MRT Stations.
Ornate Hindu temples, goldsmith shops, sari stores and flower stalls – these are just some of the sights to be found in the perennially vibrant Little India. Revel in the bohemian vibe found in the maze of side streets and sample dishes commonly found across India. Make time to visit the 24-hour shopping mall Mustafa Centre, home to 300,000 products spanning from electronics to groceries, textiles and jewelries. For a truly local experience, head to Tekka Centre, Singapore’s largest indoor “wet market” that is chock-a-block with stalls selling fresh produce from around the region. Diagonally across the Rochor River is LASALLE College of the Arts. It is worth a visit for its striking architecture that resembles a massive black box turned inside out to retain a connection to the surrounding streets.
Business and leisure travellers will be pleased with Citadines Rochor Singapore’s variety of apartment types to choose from. These range from Studios to One-bedroom apartments. Dual-key apartments are available too, for those travelling in bigger groups.
A wide range of facilities and amenities are available to make the stay enjoyable. These include the outdoor swimming pool, Residents’ Lounge, Residents’ Kitchen, Fitness Corner, and a common laundrette.
The newly-opened Citadines Balestier Singapore sits atop of 3 floors retail spaces which offers a wide array of amenities and services. From their cosy Studio apartment for the solo traveller, to their spacious one-bedroom apartment for a couple on the go, this centrally-located Singapore apartment hotel has the right apartments that set the tone for your stay.
Unwind in the outdoor swimming pool and mingle with friends at the Residents' Lounge. There is an outdoor fitness corner to tune your body clock from any jetlag. Children can have a fair share of their fun at the children's playground and water play area. You can also hold group gatherings at their barbecue pavilion and catch up with your friends and family.
Balestier is an eclectic neighbourhood in Singapore that offers everything from a rich bowl of local laksa noodles at the nearby Whampoa Hawker Centre to a cup of latte art and soy cappuccino along the shopping belt on Orchard Road.
Take a quick 15-minute walk to the nearby Novena hub for your groceries and amenities. The Newton MRT Station is a short bus ride away and connects you to the Central Business District and the Marina Bay area.
Driven by the love for butter, Beurre (pronounced, buh) at Bukit Pasoh is to be remembered as a place of nourishment, warmth and comfort. It is where loved ones can gather and enjoy the company of one another over hearty flavours served in sharing portions, all granted by beurre.
Beurre's young talents, helming the kitchen, work the liberty-to-innovate to their advantage, breathing new life into otherwise-familiar ingredients. Yet, even as so much thought goes into the menu, accessibility for all remains the forefront tenet. As guests share the dishes, they spread and share Beurre's joy of simply serving their diners the best they can.
Located at Dempsey Road, Meat-Me Steakhouse serves up tasty steaks and wines. At Meat-Me, they are always focused on presenting the perfect meat to meet you. Their beef, aged for at least 60 days, gets roasted to excellence in the seasoned hands of their chef.
Meat-Me Steakhouse is made up of 3 sections – an indoor dining area that seats 35, an outdoor dining area for 35 pax and a bar for 6 pax.
The indoor dining area is set in a cosy and intimate atmosphere within the restaurant, decorated with modern decorative elements and is ideal for private gatherings or professional meetings. The outdoor dining area is set on a deck, surrounded by lush greenery for the tranquil alfresco dining experience, the outdoor dining section is perfect for standing cocktail, private parties or professional networking events.
The word from the bird is that this new 'rock around the clock' diner is where to be for burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, milkshakes, floats, sundaes, and ice cream, and finger-snapping fun for the whole family.
Step in and be transported to Singapore’s heydays with retro touches that extend from the furnishing and interior décor to the menu. Enjoy all these in a classic diner setting from the ‘50s complete with accent wall tiles, silestone table and counter tops, and ceramic mosaic flooring, where vintage posters and neon lights will have you reliving the best of the era.
Find this blast from the past nestled between other vibrant dining options at Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski, located right where the legendary Capitol Theatre and Capitol Building are located.
What are you waiting for, guys and dolls? Capitol Milk Bar beckons!
They treasure special memories here at Capitol Milk Bar, that’s why they have dedicated many of their burgers to some key people from the history of the Capitol Theatre.
Like silent screen legend Charlie Chapman and his brother Sydney who visited with Capitol Theatre’s Joe and Julius S. Fisher in 1932. Then there’s Douglas Fairbanks, one of the first movie stars to visit Singapore. During his 1935 visit he came to The Capitol to watch the film David Copperfield (1935) with Lady Sylvia Ashley.
Even Hollywood’s most irresistible woman Ava Gardner made an appearance here in 1954. She was in town to promote her new film, The Barefoot Contessa and attended a private dinner right here at the Capitol hosted by the Shaw Brothers who had taken over a damaged and neglected theatre after WW11. They repaired and restored her to former glory, also adding the now iconic neon sign. And let’s not forget that fun little fellow who entertained young Singaporeans with weekly matinee cartoons every Saturday from 1933 – Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse.
Many have fond memories of the popular Magnolia Snack Bar. Opening first as the ‘Creameries Milk Bar’ in the Capitol Building in the 1940s, they served ice creams, milkshakes and cakes. It was a hit with Singaporeans both young and old for social gatherings and post-movie bites. Magnolia Snack Bar closed in the late 1980’s but we have brought back the sweetness…
Strike Me Pink was a 1936 American musical comedy starring Ethel Merman – the undisputed First Lady of the musical comedy stage. We named our take on the local classic chendol dessert “Singapore Dash” a reference to Douglas Fairbanks and his “high-speed visits” to Singapore. And, The Jungle Book as a dedication to author Rudyard Kipling who made many trips to Singapore. Imagine being in the theatre in 1942 to watch the classic on the big screen after they turned it into Technicolor action-adventure film!
Created by Singapore’s leading specialist wine retailer, Grill by 1855 The Bottle Shop is a refreshing new concept that aims to redefine wine & spirit retail, fusing it with the finest elements of grill dining.
Revel in a chic and cosy venue designed to take you through an experiential journey of wine education, shopping and dining within a single space. Crafted to suit both oenophiles and novices, you have the freedom to enjoy unadulterated wine and whisky appreciation at your own comfort. Take a bottle home to enjoy, or pick a label off the shelf to dine-in – it’s fuss-free, no frills and no corkage.
Shop a curated selection of over 800 premium wine & spirit labels and receive personalised recommendations from a team of professionals. From revered classics to modern mavericks, expect exclusive labels from France, Italy, Spain, Australia, Germany, Scotland and more.
Dine at Grill by 1855 The Bottle Shop with a special menu tailored to complement and enhance the flavours and stories of the extensive wine collection. Helmed by the chefs of the acclaimed WAKANUI Grill Dining Singapore, the delectable selection of tapas and mains exhibits the culinary team’s mastery of the charcoal grill, featuring signature ingredients synonymous with New Zealand’s Canterbury region in dishes like Lamb Chop and Ocean Beef Ribeye Dice Steak.
Hearty lunch options of Smoked Salmon with Caper White Wine Sauce and Roast Lamb Leg with Gravy also offer mall-goers a dining respite from the bustle of Orchard Road.
Patrons can also look forward to a fine wine discovery programme and exclusive tasting flights in the latter half of 2019, created with Coravin, the wine preservation system.
Flavours, tastes, sights and smells from the four corners of the world all under one roof at your fingertips. Culina at COMO Dempsey brings together all these and much more at its new flagship. Housed in a spacious high-ceilinged former British Army barracks, the over 15,000 sq ft destination curates the best foods, produce and ingredients by marques of provenance from around the globe, carefully sourced by their team of food and culinary experts just for you.
From the modern bistro to the contemporary European-inspired food market, Culina at COMO Dempsey welcomes everyone with a feast for the senses and a unique source-to-table experience.
Whether it is the comforting aroma of warm baked bread, the sizzling sound and tantalising smell of seared Wagyu steaks, the spectacular displays of ocean-fresh seafood, in-season produce and ingredients, and wine cellars or a perfectly Instagrammable selection of French patisseries and cakes, Culina at COMO Dempsey invites you to simply see, smell, taste, touch and experience.
Culina at COMO Dempsey is the latest chapter in the Culina story. What began 25 years ago with the simple belief that eating well is one of life’s greatest pleasures now informs everything they do. Their team members are food lovers with a simple passion for real food. They love what they do and they love to share what they know about food. They believe in eating by the seasons as food tastes best when consumed at the right time of the year. They know that a good meal starts with great produce and they are proud to partner committed farmers and producers who care about what goes on your plate.
Carefully sourced from the four corners of the world, Culina at COMO Dempsey serves up the freshest food, produce and ingredients, and the best speciality products. New or exclusive to the house, many of these brands are of deep provenance and are held in esteem by top chefs.
Culina at COMO Dempsey now offers a fine selection of meats, seafood, bread and patisseries, and a charcuterie and cheese delicatessen. Also available are fresh vegetables and fruits, sauces, dried goods and condiments, as well as a wine cellar and the renowned Sydney floral boutique, Grandiflora.
Molten Diners is a creative eatery that brings your favourite western classics, couples with unique sauces at value-for-money prices.
Their signatures include Katsu Curry Chicken Schnitzel ($13.90), "The Twist" Lava Golden Crispy Fish Fillet (made from real Twisties corn snack, $14.90), Pumpkin Salted Egg Golden Crispy Fish Fillet ($14.90), Karala Creamy White Pepper Chicken Steak ($13.90) and more.
They say all good things must come to an end, but with endings come new beginnings too. After 23 years on Circular Road, Mag’s Wine Kitchen has relocated to the charming Keong Saik Road.
Mag’s has since 1996 been offering customers a venue for good wines, food and camaraderie. Owned by banker turned chef, Mag and her team continue to create bistro styled food with a modern twist. “The premise behind our cuisine will always be simplicity, using the freshest ingredients in the market.” said Mag.
Mag’s is a chic and intimate restaurant serving up modern French cuisine and a curated wine & sake list boasting over 150 different labels.
Newly-opened eatery & wine cellar at Bukit Pasoh; The Wine & Gourmet Friends sets the tone for a casual dining concept with exclusive boutique wines and dishes crafted from the heart.
What happens when a group of friends made up of experienced restaurateurs, consummate wine experts and talented chefs get together over good food and wine? They open The Wine & Gourmet Friends – an Asian-tapas wine bistro, founded on the belief that friendships are forged and flourish over good wines and heart-warming food!
Offering affordable wines and delicious food crafted from the heart, all within a comfortable, unintimidating environment, The Wine & Gourmet Friends is perfect for everyone: from novices to wine connoisseurs, as well food lovers to gourmands.
The 56-seater space, decked out with wide, wooden tables and comfy banquet seats is perfect for a cosy gathering. Even when the kitchen closes on Sunday, The Wine & Gourmet Friends stays open from noon to 9pm to offer guests a unique experience. Guests are invited to "Bring Your Own Food" - home-cooked or otherwise – for a day out with family and friends. Guests need only order a bottle of wine (min. 1 bottle for every 4 guests) to enjoy their meal in the comfort of the bistro.
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.
Holey Moley Golf Club in Clarke Quay will be Singapore’s first all-in-one mini golf club & bar. It is set to open from December 6.
Holey Moley Golf Club is a mini golf course and bar that turns traditional putt putt into a multi-sensory labyrinth of unique holes that’ll keep you on your toes across the craziest round of golf you’ve ever played.
And with drinks, cocktails and tunes on offer at their full service bar, The Caddyshack Bar will take care of all your off-the-green needs.
It’s Singapore's best mini golf course. Par none.
Get ready to putt your stuff! Holey Moley has the best and most unique mini golf courses in Singapore. If you’ve ever harboured dreams of being Happy Gilmore, here’s your chance. We’ve got the weirdest, whackiest, most wonderful mini golf holes – ready and waiting for you to putt loose.
Mini golf is thirsty work. The Caddyshack Bar will take care of you.
Their full service cocktail bar has a luscious list of libations. They’ve got beers, wines, mocktails, cocktails and spirits to quench your thirst.
The gourmet kitchen serves up scrumptious snacks, giant burgers, hot dogs and fries.
Bar Cicheti, new sister restaurant of five year old Cicheti, is entirely devoted to pasta and wine.
Their small, but confidently executed food menu is complemented by a carefully curated wine list where a selection of adventurous and less commercial labels take center stage. A charming, quaint Peranakan-tiled shophouse located at 10 Jiak Chuan Road is the perfect setting for this new & exciting setting for Chef Lim Yew Aun and restauranteur Liling Ong.
Bar Cicheti is the newest addition to the bustling Keong Saik dining enclave. An extension of sister restaurant Cicheti at Kandahar street, Bar Cicheti presents exciting and thoughtfully prepared pasta dishes alongside a well-curated, globally sourced wine list with a selection of classic craft Italian cocktails.
“There is something incredibly welcoming about popping open a great bottle of wine and indulging in a plate of pasta. Complexity and simplicity all in one sitting. We set out to create a restaurant that would welcome and draw everyone in, regardless of age or culture. Pasta is universal. their guests, Bar Cicheti will offer gluten-free pasta options, as well as many vegetarian dishes too.
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Authentic, approachable and irresistible, the menu at Bar Cicheti reads a focused list of pasta dishes with two seasonal meat and fish selections that will see an update every three to four months. Each pasta dish is prepared a-la minute, and is a culmination of traditional Italian cooking techniques, robust flavours and thoughtfully sourced ingredients.
The uniqueness of Bar Cicheti (aside from its “pasta and wine bar” offering), is its wonderful location along Jiak Chuan Road that lends itself to being the ideal meeting spot / pre-party dining joint for a group night out.
Wine is most certainly not an after thought at Bar Cicheti. Devoted to showcasing small batch producers for diners to discover, only the most interesting wines from boutique, independent vineyards are poured at Bar Cicheti. Worth mentioning as well are Bar Cicheti’s craft cocktails. Made fresh, using only the best liquors and spirits, expect to indulge in a timeless selection comprising classics such as Negroni, Americano, Bellini, Spritz and Spagliato.
Designed by Simone Konighaussen, the 42-seater Bar Cicheti boasts a confidently executed minimalist interior with touches of classic bistro elements that pay homage to 1960s Italy. Taking centerstage is the fully open kitchen where guests have the privy to watch Chef Aun and his team delicately prepare each dish.
The space lends itself perfectly for an upmarket meets casual gourmet experience. For a great night out with friends, allow dinner to continue into drinks at Bar Cicheti by savouring their extensive beverage menu and soak in the wonderful neighbourhood of Keong Siak, Chinatown.
Bringing to the fore a chic contemporary grill set in a new lifestyle and social dining destination, SKAI is located on the 70th floor of the iconic Swissôtel The Stamford and is prepped to become the go-to sky-dining establishment in Singapore.
Pairing unparalleled views of the cityscape with a curated selection of prime beef cuts and fresh seafood infused with delicate Japanese accents, Chef Paul Hallett’s signature culinary style, philosophy and techniques are showcased in SKAI’s contemporary and casually inviting setting.
SKAI features the finest produce with a respectful tribute towards Japanese ingredients; the lunch set menu comprises grains and salads, main courses and delicious desserts, while the dinner menu brings a more refined selection of sharing plates and Ishiyaki. Chef Paul lends his extensive expertise in butchery to SKAI, sourcing and curing premium quality beef, cooked to perfection in SKAI’s state-of-the-art Josper Charcoal Oven. The restaurant offers a thoughtful balance with an array of fresh fish and seafood, delivering a well-rounded dining experience to return to regularly. Winner of the Singapore Pastry Cup 2017, Chef Koo Jee brings her expertise to deliver a delicious range of desserts, as well as an exclusive afternoon pastry offering.
Inspired by Nordic simplicity, the airy minimalist space features light maple wood, soft natural hues, minimalist vertical design and organic textures to create an urban atmosphere with a residential design aesthetic. The elegant space seats 130 guests, making the casual and vibrant, yet intimate setting perfect for social gatherings.
SKAI is all set for its opening on the 3rd September. Making a booking and discover the magic of this new joint.
Kinou is a restaurant plus mixology bar and the cool new kid in Tras Street. Swing by and try their ceviches, tartares, meats, platters, wine, cocktails.
Named after the founder's mother, Kinou is more than a restaurant — it’s a concept, a place to share moments, food, and drinks.
Their customizable private room, Karousel, is cleverly designed with a massive round table that serves as an adjustable central element. It's one space for multiple purposes: vernissages, product launches, business meetings, cocktails, private dinners.
Recently launched at Marina One by 1855 F&B Pte Ltd, The Spot is a multi-concept venue that comprises an all-day dining, café, restaurant, bar and an accompanying cigar lounge where everything you need in a busy day has been anticipated and readied.
This is further strengthened by strategic partnerships with award-winning wine retailer 1855 The Bottle Shop and celebrated whisky marque The Macallan. Located alongside one another within a 5,000 sqft space, each partner operates autonomously but in close cooperation to create a flawless, holistic “day to night” experience.
The Spot itself occupies an area of roughly 3500-sq-ft. Its different concepts, tied together through purpose and meticulous design, create an ‘every day’ venue in every sense of the word: not only ‘morphing’ in mood and ambience to perfectly suit the time of day, but offering a full range of food, bar bites, coffee, cocktail, wine and whisky to nourish, sustain, soothe, seduce and delight you throughout the entire day – every day.
Zui Hong Lou (醉红楼), first opened as a Dim Sum Bar in 2013 and has now relaunched as a modern Asian diner and bar on 90 Club Street - packing a punch in traditional flavours of their cocktails and dishes. Created by the good people of the The Establishment who are also behind brands like Gem Bar, Nutmeg & Clove, Wanton and #FindTheLockerRoom Bangkok.
Offering modern interpretation of Chinese food with traditional cooking methods and Asian-inspired cocktails which are simple yet beautifully executed. Check out their menus here.
Meats N Malts is an American diner and bar in the industrial estate of Tai Seng serving you great comfort food. They also carry an extensive list of tipples such as vodka, gin, rum, draught beer, wines, whiskies and tequila.
Drinks & Co expands its popular casual dining concept into Holland Village, bringing its broad range of craft beers, boutique wines and artisanal spirits, at fantastic value.
Drinks & Co Kitchen Holland Village will offer guest the same delicious menu as their club street outlet, with homemade pizzas, signature platters (cheese, cold cuts, charcuterie & seafood) and a range of tapas dishes. Additionally, the venue will serve a full brunch menu.
Drinks & Co Kitchen is a great place to be with friends and make new ones! With it’s laid back, friendly and vibrant atmosphere, it’s the perfect place for a casual drink and dinner with a good mate, a celebration with friends and family, or an after work drink with colleagues; Drinks & Co Kitchen helps you celebrate life with the one’s you love.
Drinks & Co buys the finest and freshest ingredients they can find for their dishes and they also go direct to source the best wines, beers and spirits from all across the globe from ethical and responsible producers for you to pair with your meal, and offer you what they feel is a fair price.
Spizza Mercato kicks up the usual gastronomic experience by another notch, introducing the traditional Dine-In, Take-Away and Self-Collection with an added Retail all under one roof! Not only can you dine-in at the cosy Italian setting in the midst of a bustling Piazza, you can now grab-and-go your favourites on busy days by simply placing your self-collection orders online or via Spizza’s mobile app.
You can even recreate your favourite pizzas or pastas at your home sweet home with uniquely Spizza specialties, ingredients and kitchenware used at our own kitchen, available for purchase at Mercato’s retail corner.
Meet the Maud Frizon woman, a chic, feminine and mischievous personality, her feet elegantly wrapped in a pair of finely crafted high heel pumps. Watch her confidently stroll down the streets of Paris, Milan or New York. She does not follow style. She creates it.
Since the glamorous heyday of the 60's, and the opening of the first boutique in the legendary St Germain des Pres district in Paris in 1969, Maud Frizon has created sexy, unpredictable shoes, with heaps of personality.
Always feminine, often eccentric, Maud Frizon designs are recognizable by their coquettish extravagance. The woman who wears Maud Frizon revels in the knowledge that each pair of exquisite, dream-inspired stilettos, or exotic, bejewelled pumps, distinguishes her as a connoisseur of footwear.
Maud Frizon is also the brand worn by movie stars such as Catherine Deneuve, Brigitte Bardot and Sophie Marceau, and has created shoes for fashion designers Azzedine, Alaia, Claude Montana and Sonia Rykiel.