Butcher Boy is a contemporary style Asian Grill brought to you by the team at Cure Singapore located along the same stretch on Keong Saik Road.
Helmed by chef-owner Andrew Walsh, the restaurant was named after his favorite novel and movie, The Butcher Boy (1997).
Diners can look forward to Butcher Boy Bacon & Cheese Burger, Crispy Pork Belly ,United States Grain Beef Short Rib, Japanese Tender Valley Rib Eye, Crispy Fish Skin, Duck Banh Mi and more.
Award-winning head bartender Knut Randhem has concocted Asian-inspired cocktail options such as Butcher Boy Negroni (barrel-aged rum, white whisky and plum grenadine), Smoking Carriage Cocktail (Dictador 20 rum, salted caramel syrup, bitters and orange) and more.
The oldest of three malls in Tampines central, this facelift project will be the mall's first major renovation since it opened in 1995.
The 216,055 sqft mall will have 218 shop units. One of its anchor tenants is lifestyle grocer Mahota Market. It will take up about a third of Basement 1 and will feature a booth for freshly bought items to be cooked into meals such as steaks and pastas.
Another anchor tenant, cinema operator Filmgarde will introduce a new “3D immersive sound technology” across its six new movie halls, which will seat nearly 1,000 people in all.
At Wafuken, they pride themselves on serving food that deliver the most exquisite pleasure to your taste buds and is healthy for your body.
As Singapore's first sous-vide based restaurant concept, their perfectly cooked meats are where they shine - they provide some of the silkiest salmon fillets, juiciest chicken breasts, and the most tantalizing steaks you can find anywhere.
While sous-vide cooked food are mostly found only in gourmet restaurants, at Wafuken, they offer it to everyone readily at an affordable pricing. Visit their new outlet at Downtown Gallery.
At So Phô, the fresh ingredients chosen give the food its authenticity. Together with the friendly staff plus relaxing settings, the whole dining experience is enhanced. They are passionate about sharing the most original delicacies with Vietnamese food lovers.
Other than the classic Chicken or Beef Pho, you can also enjoy Grilled Beef with Mango Salad, Summer Rolls, Imperial Spring Rolls, Hanoi Fish Fillet with Lemongrass & Dill, Vietnamese Curry Chicken with Bread and many more at So Phô.
Sumo Bar Happy is a modern ramen and tachinomi sake bar in the heart of Singapore's Bras Basah arts district. They have a focus on one-cup sake and tonkotsu ramen with beef toppings.
Sumo Bar Happy is opened by the folks behind Tanuki Raw.
Oxtail, tendon, sliced cured beef, short rib, and char siew are in their Sumo Ramen bowl and will make you feel complete. Enjoy their one cup sakes paired with bowls of 48-hour simmered tonkotsu broth. Pure bliss.
An establishment by EagleWings (a popular luxury yacht charter in Singapore), nautical-themed cafe & bar EagleWings Loft features a cosy yet sophisticated ambience that is perfect for a weekend family brunch or any typical work-week meal.
On the menu: Foie Gras w/Duck Rillete, Truffle Blackbeard, Marco Polo Creamoso, Lobster Submarine, Chicken Diavola and more.
Comida Mexicana is a casual and convivial dining concept at East Coast Road that charms with its authentic flavours and great vibes. It is a sister brand to long-standing Mexican restaurant brand, Margarita’s.
Comida Mexicana (‘Mexican Food’, in Spanish) is a casual offshoot serving a concise menu of favourites and delectable off-menu creations by Vivian Wee, Director of Margarita’s since 1996, and the ‘Capitan’ of this new ‘ship’ along East Coast Road as well.
At Comida Mexicana, all the dishes are created from scratch using freshly imported ingredients from Mexico and the USA in its sauces, salsa dips and marinades.
Gaig is a new Catalan restaurant on Stanley Street where you can eat classic dishes and tapas from Barcelona, Spain.
Restaurant Gaig in Singapore is an outpost of their Michelin-starred main branch in Barcelona, which is owned by chef Carles Gaig.
Have you ever tried to drink from a "porrón"? Resembling a cross between a watering can and a wine bottle; porron is a traditional glass wine pitcher found in many regions of Spain. Have your first Porron experience with Restaurant Gaig.
Dishes like Stuffed Baby Calamari, Squid Ink Seafood Fideuan, Red Mullet with homemade pickled mushrooms & "trinxat" are sure to wow tastebuds.
Ginza Rokukakutei's first overseas venture outside Japan is now open at Odeon Towers.
Rokukakutei in Osaka has been a one-Michelin-starred specialty restaurant since year 2009. Then it opened a 2nd outlet in Ginza, Tokyo.
The concept of the restaurant is serving Kushiage (deep fried skewers) and wine pairing with selected luxury wines like their outlets at Ginza and Azabujuban in Tokyo. Think omakase style dining but with deep fried skewers.
Specialising in Tonkotsu Ramen, Ramen Hitoyoshi at Harbourfront Centre is a new addition to Harbourfront area’s many dining establishments.
The 28-seater restaurant boasts a traditional Japanese style of decor.
Ramen Hitoyoshi has three variants of Tonkotsu broth (simmered for over eight hours); Original, Garlic and Spicy.
You can choose to have a basic version for your ramen which comes with Chashu, Black Fungus and Spring Onion or a Ajitama version which is the basic version with an additional egg and the 3rd option is the “All Toppings” version which comes with all of their toppings including Aburi Belly Chashu. They serve complimentary side dishes like corn and marinated bean sprouts.
Monster Curry is a fast-growing Japanese Curry restaurant chain here in Singapore. They have a total of 10 outlets, with their Suntec City, Bugis Junction and JEM outlets being the latest to the family. These 3 outlets were established within a short 2-month period between June-July.
Be mesmerised by the distinct flavour made from fresh fruits, a unique Japanese curry with selectable spiciness level coupled with a range of assortments on a whopping plate size of 34cm in diameter!
Monster Curry’s sauce contains up to 14 different spices and vegetables and requires up to two days to cook so as to bring out the “Umami” to its fullest.
The largest mall in Northern Singapore will open to shoppers in the fourth quarter this year. Developed by Frasers Centrepoint Singapore, the mall is part of Northpoint City, the largest integrated development in the North, housing over 400 retail and dining outlets across two retail wings.
When completed, the 1.33 million square feet Northpoint City will also include the 920-unit North Park Residences, community spaces, an air-conditioned bus interchange and an underground retail link with direct access to Yishun MRT Station.
Northpoint City is expected to serve as a lifestyle, recreation and integrated transportation hub for over half a million residents from Singapore’s northern region.
With a community club, a rooftop community garden, a public library, a town plaza which is the size of 10 basketball courts and a line-up of lifestyle and retail offerings curated to serve the community, Northpoint City will be the key venue of community interaction and activities.
The Nee Soon Central Community Club will move into the South Wing of the mall by 2018 and will be the first Community Club in Singapore to be housed in a shopping mall. The Yishun Public Library will also be re-opening in the mall by the first quarter of next year.
Pursuant to the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s Community and Sports Facilities Scheme (CSFS)1, Frasers Centrepoint Singapore created additional space for community-focused services. Such community-centric tenants include The RICE Company, a performing arts non-profit organisation, as well as a childcare centre The Orange Academy.
Shoppers can expect a new, exciting and vibrant shopping experience at both the North and South wings, which will form the mall at Northpoint City. With the expected completion of its Asset Enhancement Initiative (AEI) in September 2017, Northpoint Shopping Centre will be integrated into Northpoint City and renamed as its North Wing.
In addition to a diverse range of retail offerings, the North Wing will feature over 50 food and beverage concepts, including family favourites Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice and Tenderfresh. The South Wing will have a second food court in addition to a speciality food precinct named "The Makan Town”, an education cluster, as well as other thematic shopping zones.
Drawn by the potential and scale of Northpoint City, the mall is on track to having close to 90% of its retail space leased when it opens in the fourth quarter of this year. Harvey Norman will move into a brand-new 34,000 square feet store to offer even more selections for its shoppers, while retail stalwart FairPrice will open a supermarket spanning 33,000 square feet. This will be the second supermarket in Northpoint City in addition to the existing Cold Storage supermarket, giving even more options for shoppers.
Linking the two wings of Northpoint City’s retail space will be The Courtyard at Basement 1. It will be a community space designed to allow natural light into the mall, while offering an unobstructed view of shopfronts in that area.
Located within Destination Singapore Beach Road, a new hotel managed by the Park Hotel Group; Folklore celebrates Singapore heritage food and the role it plays in cultural harmony in our multi-ethnic nation.
Brainchild of Chef Damian D’Silva, the menu constitutes a nostalgic homage to the food he grew up with as a child of Eurasian-Peranakan parentage. Heirloom dishes reflective of the major racial cuisines of Singapore are made from scratch, without shortcuts or compromise, using authentic - largely manual - kitchen methods.
The experience is of being a guest at Chef Damian’s family dinners around the table. Bottles of in-house-made sauces and mixes, along with giveaway recipe cards encourage home cooking, furthering Chef Damian’s ardent advocacy of preserving and propagating Singapore’s culinary heritage.
Located in The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore,La Brasserie reaffirms its leading reputation for elegant, gracious French dining in a stately landmark by the awe-inspiring Marina Bay waterfront, with its newly refurbished salons and re-focused culinary direction.
Boasting 10-metre-high floor to ceiling windows offering stunning views of Marina Bay, and Neo-Palladian architecture, La Brasserie exudes an understated opulence, which recent renovations have further enhanced. A new light Herringbone floor and colour scheme centred on a grey, burnt orange and ivory theme, along with redesigned furnishings and new drapery by Jim Thompson have visually revitalised the interior, giving it a more lively contemporary ambience while drawing in, and transforming, the brilliant ochres and purples when the sun sets.
The food of La Brasserie is a harmony of French brasserie classics and dishes that have the hallmark of ‘cuisine du soleil’. This ‘cuisine of the sun’ is the representative food of the South of France, a region that is said to be blessed with the sun for 330 days of the year. It is a cuisinecharacterised by Mediterranean flavours and a lighter touch, with ingredients that evoke the ‘essence’ of the sun.
The Autobus in cycling terminology is the name given to the group of cyclists in a road cycling race that forms a large group behind the leading peloton. It is also the name of a bespoke cycling cafe at Downtown Gallery.
The Autobus is the first of its kind in South East Asia.
It runs on a very strong ethos of serving the community with its coffee from 7am in the morning up till late at night. Focused also on serving food that are real, whole and natural. If you can pick it, pluck it, milk it, shoot it, you can eat it!
Peranakan Flavours at Tan Quee Lan Street serves authentic peranakan dishes well-loved by locals and foreign friends. They were previously located inside The Ardennes Hotel at Jalan Klapa and have relocated to their new address.
Some of their signatures include Nanas Yong Tau Foo (a Peranakan style Yong Tau Foo in pineapple coconut curry sauce) and Ikan Sumbat (a double stack of snapper fish & otah wrapped & deep fried in fish skin).
COMO Cuisine completes the gastronomic range at COMO Dempsey. With its refined and modern fare, it offers clean, contemporary flavours for the whole family. The restaurant’s all-day menu brings a light touch to the big flavours of the region, reflecting Singapore’s heritage as a culinary melting pot.
The new restaurant offers informal everyday elegance with a menu for the whole family. Previously only available as a pop-up at the Paddock Club of the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix, this fourth restaurant within the COMO Dempsey complex presents diners the opportunity to enjoy COMO Cuisine’s clean, contemporary flavours all year round.
On the menu are perennial favourites such as the Shrimp Ceviche and their Big Raw Salad. New dishes are inspired by the traditional cuisines of the Indian subcontinent. The tandoor, fired with coconut charcoal, infuses smokiness into the Lamb Kofta and transforms the tapas classic Padron peppers into a vibrant chaat.
The nutritional quotient is further boosted by a complementary COMO Shambhala menu from COMO's sister brand in holistic wellness, COMO Shambhala. The COMO Shambhala dishes are prepared with specific cooking techniques to retain taste, texture and the nutritional integrity of the ingredients, while the composition of each dish is designed to maximise both nutritional benefit and dining pleasure.
Designed with the intention of sharing good food in all its forms, The Providore Downtown aims to create an environment for people to enjoy and learn about wholesome and quality products in an inspiring space.
Operating as a cafe, deli, bakery, grocer, takeaway station, cooking studio and wine room all-under-one-roof, The Providore Downtown is a multi-concept store you should not miss.
Oh, we should mention that they have the largest walk-in cheese room in Singapore. Read more about The Providore Downtown here.
Inspired by the dynamic street food scene of Taipei, Five-Ten is a fun, casual restaurant bar founded by industry veteran Shawn Kishore (Managing Director of The Bespoken Group) and his ditzy sister Nickii, the team behind FRESH!, a 90s-themed bar and club previously at the Sultan Hotel.
Expect affordable small and large plates created by Chef Shawn Koh (previously of Salted & Hung) that feature the quintessential flavours of Taiwanese cuisine with a Southeast Asian touch, priced at $5++ and $10++ respectively.
Five-Ten has an array innovative tipples like gaoliang slushies as well as a curated selection of beers, wines, and spirits – also priced at $5++ and $10++ - to cater to the after-work drinking crowd and late night revelers.
Well-known food & beverage chain IndoChine Group has just added a new restaurant with bottle shop concept under its belt. #wtf (wine•tapas•friends) @ Holland Village is the latest addition in the IndoChine family, located at 44 Lorong Mambong and it features a fresh modern look of a tropical garden.
#wtf@ Holland Village serves a variety of delicious funky cuisine, including tapas and fresh raw vegetables for fiber and roughage that are in line with IndoChine Group’s philosophy of “nutraceutical” cuisine that has nutritional and pharmaceutical benefits.
Guests can enjoy the diverse culinary tastes of Vietnamese, Laotian and Cambodiancuisines in traditionally-prepared dishes such as homemade chicken and prawn sausage, stuffed with tiger prawns and chicken leg meat, and Gói Cuôn, Vietnamese fresh rice paper rolls. In #wtf @ Holland Village Bar’s every corner, new surprises for a sense of discovery awaits your visit.
Staying true to IndoChine’s eco-friendly practices, no endangered species such as sharks fin or Bluefin tuna will be served. In addition to the green choices made for their menu, IndoChine has gone above and beyond in support of environmental causes, even integrating policies in support of energy conservation and using renewable resources into their company’s core values.
The IndoChine Group is a unique reflection of contemporary Asian lifestyle, synonymous with authentic nutraceutical cuisine and award-winning designs. It is fast growing into an international lifestyle group that is rapidly expanding within Asia. It has also expanded the IndoChine brand further with luxury hotels and resort now in its current lifestyle portfolio.
VLV Singapore, the latest multi-concept destination in the heart of Clarke Quay has officially launched their newest dining concept, VLV Riverside.
Diners and visitors alike can look forward to a delicious spread of local ‘zi char’ fare with a touch of innovation by award-winning Executive Head Chef Martin Foo.
Overlooking the skyline of the Singapore River, this spacious 80-seater alfresco restaurant offers diners an upbeat, local dining experience without compromising on its authentic Singaporean flavours. The décor in the alfresco set up has also been interpretively designed to recreate the classic riverside dining experience, connecting guests to the bustling nightlife amidst the quiet lapping of gentle waves, and the best view of the Singapore River.
Bringing together a selection of local ala carte dishes, VLV Riverside accommodates large groups and offers the perfect setting for communal dining.
The restaurant features quintessential types of Singaporean ‘zi char’ with comfort picks of roasted and stir-fried meats like the Salted Egg Chicken, Crispy Bull Frog with Ginger and Roasted Truffle London Duck; noodles and congee dishes; fusion items like Curry Fish Head, Chinese Herb Hua Diao Prawn and Stir-fried Sambal Prawn with Petai; and not forgetting an abundance of seafood items like our national dish of the Singapore Signature Chilli Crab and Chairman’s Crab - best eaten with deep-fried mantou buns.
Singapore’s first Skewers & Claypot Cocktail Bar, Provisions, is now at Dempsey.
They serve comforting foods of South East Asia in provincial formats; in an earthen wear vessel and on a stick. Their cocktails are completely bespoke and seasonal, bringing to the table exciting infusions and concoctions with Asian herbs and spices.
A provision shop in short. They are all about remembering and bringing the best of the good ole' days back. No frills, fuss free fun brought forward through the most heartfelt South East Asian hospitality. View their menu here.
Bella Pizza opened its doors in 2007 at its Robertson Quay location and has been serving one of the most loved Italian pizzas in Singapore ever since. They have recently reopened with a fresh new look after 10 years.
Bella Pizza means "beautiful" pizza in Italian, a name chosen precisely because it is what they aim for. Their pizzas are largely Neopolitan in style with our dough recipe developed through the course of several apprenticeships in Naples. They take pride in producing a crust that has the perfect balance of crispiness and texture yet is able to retain the juices of their fresh ingredients. And their pizza dough is prepared by hand daily on site by their experienced team of pizzaiolos.
Tapas Club is the birth of Spain’s sophisticated delicacy to the wider public, offering authentic flavours from the Iberian Peninsula.
Helmed by Executive Chef Jose Angel Alonso and One-Star Michelin Chef Manuel Berganza, Tapas Club presents diners with an exquisite palate and creativity with the richness of classic Spanish flavours.
Bonded by a close-knitted ten-year friendship, Spanish Chefs Alonso and Berganza believe in serving the cuisine that is close to their hearts. A unique cuisine which is much perceived as a fine-dining concept, both Spanish Chefs envision to offer these special flavours at a much affordable pricing in a premium restaurant setting.
Expect a seamless pairing and synergy of two great Chefs at work as they put together their experiences from Singapore and New York to produce Spanish food of the highest standard made available at only Tapas Club.
Located at an all-new wing of the mall specially built for the concept, the sprawling two-storey block is also Orchard’s largest terrace designed for all-day alfresco dining.
Situated by one of Orchard’s busiest intersections, the outdoor duplex aptly features the crossing of four different cuisines from the East and the West. Opened throughout the day from 9:30am till late, a central menu integrates each restaurant’s specialty dishes, allowing diners to order across concepts.
The ground floor of the duplex is the comeback place for burger joint &Made, and the third home of Spanish tapas bar Sabio Orchard.
With a total seating capacity of 220 people across the four spaces, the 4300 square feet venue is also ideal for private events of up to 500 people.
A joint partnership between DHM and Robinsons, expansion plans to bring the same model in different locations throughout Asia and Middle East are scheduled in the future.
Hailing from the United States, 50 Eggs Inc. was founded by renowned restaurateur John Kunkel, who owns and operates some of Miami’s most popular restaurants, such as the award-winning Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, Swine Southern Table & Bar and Spring Chicken. Kunkel also owns and operates a second Yardbird Southern Table & Bar on restaurant row at the Venetian Hotel Las Vegas, in addition to his newest concept Chica, located right next door.
Located at the South Promenade of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and set against the scenic Marina Bay waterfront, the 190-seater two-storey restaurant serves Southern U.S. classic dishes, including the famous 100-year-old recipe Lewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken, Shrimp 'N' Grits, Buttermilk Biscuits, and Butter Lettuce and Grilled Mango Salad.
Amongst the classic southern favorites, The Bird has also included as part of their menu, a Singapore-exclusive dish with an inventive spin on local cuisine – the Low Country Laksa. This dish features a skin-on snapper filet, served with Carolina gold rice pirlau, a heritage rice grain that is indigenous to South Carolina, enhanced with sweet corn and spiced pecans served with a crispy poached farm egg and a caramelized ginger and coconut broth. This dish was inspired by Kunkel’s travels to Singapore and combined with traditional southern ingredients and techniques.
Following suit to its US counterpart Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, The Bird’s extensive beverage program serves the highest quality hand-crafted cocktails, including Blackberry Bourbon Lemonade, The Bird’s Old Fashioned with Bacon Infused Bourbon, and the Watermelon Sling - alongside cocktails reflective of the Singapore culture such as The Ong Bak, The Sloe Plum Shrubble and The Japanese Porkchop, made with Yamazaki 12yr, dijon mustard, Marugoto Shibori Yuzu, unfiltered apple cider and fresh thyme.
The Bird will also boast one of Asia’s most impressive selections of bourbon and many sought- after spirits from around the globe. Among the multitude of signature bourbon options, guests will discover rare favorites such as Pappy Van Winkle, Jefferson’s Aged at Sea and rare expressions of Blanton’s.
Poke Lulu is a newly opened poke-bowls restaurant at United Square that serves a traditional Hawaiian raw fish salad.
Poke is a traditional Hawaiian seafood dish made of cubed raw fish, seasoned and topped with a variety of ingredients.
If you’re looking for a healthy meal option, a Poke bowl is always pleasing.
At Poke Lulu, you can choose from 3 different bowl sizes depending on how hungry you are and you can choose from white rice, brown rice or salad as your base. They flavour their rice with Bonito flakes and Sesame seeds, which give appetizing flavour.
A&W – which stands for “Allen and Wright” has confirmed to local press on Tuesday (4 July) that the company is on track to expand in Southeast Asia, including in Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.
According to the company's CEO, Kevin Bazner, A&W has already built an office in Singapore in 2016 to prepare for Its expansion and is currently looking for “real estate for a flagship company restaurant in Singapore”.
It’s been over a decade since the American fast food restaurant left Singapore.
A&W made its debut in Singapore in 1966 at Dunearn Road, and the first A&W drive-through opened in 1970 at Bukit Timah Road.
A&W Coney Dogs, root beer floats, and curly fries are patrons' favorite items to order. Enjoy yours when it returns to our shore in year 2018.
Centrally located with a large sheltered al fresco seating area, the newly renovated Wine Connection Bar & Bistro at Cuppage Terrace is the ideal choice for a casual dinner with friends around a nice bottle of vino.
Wine Connection is the leading chain of wine shops and wine-themed restaurants in South-East Asia. Established in Bangkok in 1998, Wine Connection has been developing expertise in importing exclusive wines from around the world, crafted Europeans beers, glassware and wine accessories for over 15 years.
An exclusive retailer through its own chain of wine shops (60 to date), Wine Connection also operates 20 F&B outlets like Wine Connection Bar & Bistro at Cuppage Terrace, integrated to its retail wine stores, offering a classic western food menu in lifestyle locations, to its urban clientele.
All 49 Seats' casual dining branches have now consolidated to become one main outlet at The Centrepoint.
A new and bigger location where they have more than 149 seats to bring all that tasty goodness of their signature Tom Yum Seafood Pasta back to you. They’re sure it’s more than just a coincidence - over 149 seats at Unit #01-49!
Satisfying your taste bud with fusion western cuisine since 2012, 49 Seats' signature Tom Yum Seafood Pasta is the most popular order amongst customers. It is a creamy, spicy and savory star pasta dish that gets you hooked with every bite.
Located at the new DUO Galleria complex at Beach Road and as Asia’s first Peruvian Cevicheria; TONO Cevicheria is a full-service restaurant serving a complete Peruvian menu.
TONO, Peruvian slang for “party”, is the first-ever authentic Peruvian cevicheria in Singapore.
Founded by Peruvian Chef Daniel Chavez of OLA Cocina del Mar, its team of Lima-trained Latin American chefs headed by Executive Chef Mario Malvez serves true-blue Peruvian ceviche and other delights from the cuisine, paired with Pisco Sour, the definitive drink of the cevicheria.
TONO Cevicheria focuses on fresh, carefully sourced ingredients with a sustainability slant, particularly seafood, and is a proud flag bearer of Peruvian culinary heritage and progress. It does all this within a party ambience of fun, happiness and Salsa, and the big-heartedness that Peruvians are known for.
Set in the lush greenery of Rochester Park, Thyme@Rochester serves European and Western delicacies. Not only is it perfect for date nights, it is also family-friendly as they have a kiddy play area for the little ones.
On their menu; Roasted Chicken Leg with Pumpkin Mash, Grilled Prawns with House Made Chilli Dip, Aubergine Caponata, Spaghetti con Gamberi and more.
Embark on a gastronomical odyssey at NAMI Restaurant and Bar, a new dining establishment located on level 24 of The Tower Wing of Shangri-La Hotel. From the kitchen comes authentic and traditional Japanese cuisine, created with refinement and precision, reminiscent of a royal feast. NAMI's menu is a celebration of the country’s four seasons, best savoured through gokan, or the use of all five senses when dining.
The cornerstone of NAMI is its Head Chef Shigeo Akiba, who hails from the Japanese city of Yokohama. With more than 30 years of culinary experience under his belt, he is first an artist and then an epicurean. Among the highlights of his career is preparing the wedding banquet of Japan’s Prince Akishinomiya and Princess Kiko, and later, their crowning ceremony. He has also had the honour of serving Emperor Akihito when he dined at the Nadaman restaurant in Tokyo.
Additionally, Mr. Akiba has worked under Iron Chef Koumei Nakamura for five years as his executive chef. He managed the menus of all five restaurants owned by Nakamura, as well as developed the recipes for the dishes that the celebrity chef presented on the internationally popular cooking show on Fuji Television.
Some of NAMI’s signature dishes not be missed include Pan-Fried Tuna Head with Chef Akiba’s Sweet Soy Sauce, Steamed NAMI Abalone in Kimo Sauce, Miso Penshell Clam with Uni and Ikura and Japanese Saga Wagyu Beef Sirloin A4 with Kyoto Vegetables and Dashi Broth.
Greater Lot by Cedele is a collective foods store featuring a bakery, retail store and dining to support your eating choices. They’re committed to serving natural and wholesome foods, with a superfoods menu, a variety of bakes with unrefined sugar and selecting natural beverages without additives to fuel you with the freshest they can get their hands on.
Experience the food they make from scratch where they consciously integrated health, flavours and variety as they craft modern comfort dishes for everyday dining.
Helmed by Chef Ivan Brehm, Nouri at Amoy Street is rooted in the latin word for nourishment. The restaurant serves up dishes that take influence from around the world, while highlighting the similarities and connections we all share across cultures.
They have a 5-course Omakase and ala-carte orders for during lunch service and 5 or 7-course Chef’s Tasting Menu for their dinner service. Check out their menu here.
Founded by Mr Wolfgang Zwiener, New York City chain Wolfgang's Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener is set to open its 1st restaurant here in Singapore by early October at InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore is a joint venture between W Steak International Corp. and THP Global Inc.
The Singapore outlet will have around 150 seats and spans across a space of 6500sqft, and it will have an in-house aging room for their steaks, which the temperature and humidity are carefully controlled to create the distinct flavour and tenderness. The restaurant will also house a a bar/lounge.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse uses only the certified 2% USDA Prime Beef that is transported by air weekly from the US, and stored in an in-house aging room for dry aging. The meat is thickly sliced and cooked in a broiler at 1600 degrees Fahrenheit. The indulging steak is then served on a hot plate creating flavourful taste.
The original Wolfgang’s Steakhouse opened in 2004 on NYC’s Park Avenue.
Now boasting 17 locations worldwide (not inclusive of the upcoming Singapore one), this leading steakhouse has become a global sensation, recognized for its perfectly prepared 28-day, dryâaged steak. Not only does Wolfgang’s serve phenomenal Porterhouse steak, but the ambience, the expanded menu, the services and the accessibility of the locations are appealing to even the most exacting diners.
A group of Singaporeans, visited My Banh Mi Saigon (MBM Saigon) in Ho Chi Minh City and were deeply impressed with the flavourful yet healthy range of food MBM Saigon provides. The lingering taste inspired them to bring it nearer to home, by collaborating with MBM Saigon to open its first ever Asian outlet outside of Vietnam, in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar Centre.
My Banh Mi Saigon (MBM Saigon) is a family business managed by Celebrity Chef Bobby Chinn's father, Frank Chinn. Together with Vietnam’s well-known European chef Andreas Ertle who has opened restaurants globally from New York to Moscow, the specialty sauces and roasting processes of the quality meat being used by MBM Saigon was developed.
MBM Saigon is fully committed to its objective of providing its valued customers with food products representing “Wholesome, Flavorful, Value”. Since its inception, MBM Saigon has garnered numerous good reviews on TripAdvisor, and has been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2016 and is now recognised as Vietnam’s #1 Banh Mi.
Spanish restaurant chain, Pura Brasa, which started in Barcelona in 2010, has set foot in Singapore. Its seventh restaurant is now at Tanjong Pagar Centre.
Pura Brasa was created by Josper®, the internationally recognized brand of charcoal ovens, with the aim to be a place to give ideas to Josper’s customers and teach them how to implement the grills and ovens and the variety of applications they have. Eating at Pura Brasa is the best way to see how the Josper® technology works.
Apart from being based on grill and the Josper ovens, Pura Brasa’s concept goes much further: a modern place, with open kitchen, where the customer feels comfortable and relaxed while savoring a unique dining experience. A novel formula of understanding the act of eating, or simply enjoying some tapas, in a pleasant, modern and casual ambience.
‘Ami’ is the Japanese equivalent to the word ‘net’.
Fully engage your senses in a complete culinary adventure as fresh seasonal catch from Japan gets whipped up before your very eyes at Ami Ami by Kuriya Dining's Tempura and Robatayaki counters. Now at Great World City.
Helmed by award-winning Master Chef Naoki Tsuzuki from Kuriya Dining, Ami Ami features fresh seafood airflown from Japan thrice weekly and prepared in a variety of cooking styles. Enjoy freshly prepared tempura and robatayaki over the counter with the best ingredients possible.
Santap is The Black Hole Group's inaugural foray into the Little India enclave. It fits in seamlessly as the in-house café of boutique hotel, The Daulat.
With indoor and al fresco spaces which are perfect for lounging or dining, Santap's offerings are also good for those on-the-go too. With the local market at their doorstep on Madras Street, they forage the locale daily for the freshest produce – ensuring a wholesome and visual feast before you.
BAKALAKI is Greek cuisine at its best. Located in the heart of Tiong Bahru, this restaurant and taverna is the new Mediterranean hotspot in Singapore. BAKALAKI Greek Taverna enriches Singapore’s increasingly sophisticated food scene, exploring the rich culinary history and fabulous offerings of the Eastern Mediterranean.
BAKALAKI offers the best from regional producers, as traditional ingredients are sourced from authentic Greek suppliers. Taking pride in their culinary traditions, the restaurant also serves authentic seafood specialities from the Mediterranean basin that are loved by generations.
Known primarily for its rich food offering, the Greek countryside is home to some of the most sought after grapes. BAKALAKI takes a pride in serving a unique selection of Greek wines and beers, further enhancing an authentic Mediterranean experience.
At Bonchon, you will find the best ‘hometown’ super crispy yet non-greasy original Korean fried chicken cooked to perfection. Their new outlet is now at the lively, vibrant riverbank stretch of Boat Quay. Enjoy a scenic lookout while indulging in their signature wings.
Bonchon is “my hometown” in Korean, and is a global Korean comfort food restaurant brand that originated from South Korea in 2002. Founder and owner Mr. Jinduk Seo spent years perfecting the distinct cooking technique and addictive sauces that have made Bonchon Chicken the well-loved global phenomenon it is today.
At Bonchon, you can find a good variety of authentic korean comfort foods. Their specially designed menu includes their famous Korean fried chicken dishes, as well as traditional, yet modernized Korean foods to satisfy your discerning taste buds.
Blue Lotus Chinese Noodle Bar at Science Park offers a quirky and uplifting modern dining concept specialising in Northern Chinese-style dumpling and la mian.
Part of Blue Lotus Concepts International that launched the award-winning flagship Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House at Sentosa Cove in 2013, Blue Lotus Chinese Noodle Bar is the newest establishment by entrepreneur and highly acclaimed restaurateur Ricky Ng.
Some highlights of the menu; Grilled Giant King Prawn La Mian, Signature Crispy Pork Lard Truffle La Mian and Vegetarian Truffle Mushroom & Beansprout La Mian.
Try their starters such as the Tea-Smoked Egg, which is prepared using a blend of premium tieguanying tea and five spices.
Looking for a new drinking hole with your mates? Look no further than Catchfly.
Situated at the basement of 12 Ann Siang, guests can enjoy unique handcrafted cocktails late into the night at Catchfly, an American style cocktail bar with an intimate space that fuses plush interiors with industrial edges.
Headed by New York Mixologist Liam Baer, Catchfly's drink menu features contemporary twists on your classic favorites, bursting with fresh herbs and invigorating spices. Like The Honey Badger; a twist on a classic Whiskey Sour with rosemary infused Bourbon, lemon, honey, ginger and a kiss of Yellow Chartreuse. These cocktails are also perfectly paired up with their delectable small plates as well as a variety of main plates.
New at Rendezvous Hotel's Courtyard, Five Marbles Craft Beer Restaurant provides a casual, comfortable environment where everyone can enjoy and appreciate special craft beer brews.
From all over the world, their carefully curated list includes craft beer brewed right here in Singapore, Japan, Australia, USA, UK, and also ciders from New Zealand and Citra Sea Mead from London. Their craft list will be refreshed from time to time for you.
To accompany their curated selection of 12 craft beers on tap, they have created a mouth-watering selection of dishes to complete your dining experience. Their food menu consists of signature dishes infused with craft beers as well as a variety of tantalising bar bites.
The gastronomic stretch of Hong Kong Street, lined with the city’s top restaurants and bars, has a new company in Amò, the smart-casual Italian eatery and bar by established restaurateur-chef Beppe De Vito of the ilLido Group.
Amò continues the Group’s continuous mission to elevate the Italian dining scene in Singapore, by combining Italian traditions with contemporary innovation at a high perceived value.
The menu comes in sharing portions to encourage interaction, ranging from an assortment of antipasti, salads and sides, to pre-sliced pizzas and large mains such as Spaghettoni with Boston Lobster and Tarragon, Butter Roasted Golden Chicken with Grilled Corn Custard, Grilled Octopus with Friggitelli Peppers and Calabrian Chili Vinaigrette and Grilled Angus Beef Tagliata with Sunchoke Mash. Its House Cured Meats and Cheese Platter also features a selection of specialty salami by sister restaurant &SONS.
In true Italian hospitality, a relaxed bar welcomes Amò's guests on arrival at the restaurant for casual drinks and aperitifs. The beverage list boasts an all-Italian selection of wines, beers and spirit-forward cocktails. A hot spot for social drinks and corporate entertaining, the cocktail menu concentrates on refreshing coolers that are built on classic Italian tipples while an impressive rotation of up to twenty wines are offered by the glass using the Coravin system at any time.
Taking over a sprawling shop house that had its origins as a warehouse since the 1950s, the 90-seater restaurant celebrates the heritage of its location with its post-industrial design concept.
They have a private indoor dining room, specially carved out to host intimate occasions and gatherings for 12 guests.
Unique to the unit that houses Amò is an outdoor courtyard featuring a larger-than-life hand-painted wall illustration by local artist Venetia Stravens. The charming terrace accommodates up to 40 guests for dining under the stars.
Singapore’s new destination to Look Well, Keep Well and Eat Well, Downtown Gallery, is part of the redeveloped OUE Downtown development on Shenton Way.
It is a one-of-a-kind destination for like-minded people to commune, comprising approximately 150,000 sq ft of premium retail space spread over six levels, including one basement level, housing bold new retail and lifestyle concepts. Its prominent 262-metre-wide frontage is one of the longest single retail frontages in the heart of the commercial district, creating more window display space than any comparable development. Click here to read more about Downtown Gallery.
Ever tried banana with coffee? Asia’s first affogato bar, The Affogato Bar will offer you that combination with their 'Banana Ramble'. It comes with fresh bananas and banana cake paired with aromatic double-espresso shots from Dimattima (a household name in Melbourne’s coffee scene).
What exactly is affogato? It is commonly explained as an Italian dessert consisting of ice cream topped with shot/shots of espresso coffee. This cosy cafe tucked within Bukit Timah’s quiet Cluny Court offers five different Affogatos.
Enjoy their hand-rolled bagel sandwiches too. Their newest addition is the Toasted Black & White Sesame Bagel with New Zealand Smoked King Salmon.
SAMA Curry & Cafe at the new Downtown Gallery serves authentic Japanese soup curry. Get ready to taste the furiously delicious soup curry in 30 different levels of spiciness - measured in “bears”, from baby bear to adult bear and crazy bear.
SAMA Curry & Cafe opened its first store in Hokkaido in 2004. Today, there are 10 SAMA outlets in Japan mainly in Hokkaido, Sendai, Tokyo and Fukuoka. Also available in Hong Kong and now in Singapore.
Contemporary Italian, Pizza & Wagyu Bar, LUKA, is located at Tanjong Pagar Road and only 2-week old. The restaurant exudes a fashionable and stylish vibe but casual enough for an evening with friends. Most importantly, they promise that you will have an amazing culinary experience with their affable Chef Takashi and his team.
One key and very functional interior feature of the restaurant is the eye-catching Napoletana Golden Pizza Oven "STEFANO FERRARA NAPOLI" which would be used to bake all of LUKA's specialty pizzas to perfection.
On the menu; UNI AGLIO E OLIO, PLIN AGNOLOTTI, PIZZA QUATTRO FORMAGGI, BEEF RAGU BRUSCHETTA and more.
Misato is a contemporary Japanese restaurant at Centrepoint with over 70% of their ingredients imported from Japan.
Drop by Misato and taste the difference especially in their Seafood Kaminabe Set which is a hearty combination of Live Tiger Prawns, Fresh Norwegian Salmon & Chicken accompanied by assorted mushrooms, tofu and vegetables simmered in delicious niboshi broth plus a bowl of fragrant Japanese Rice.
Opening on 30th May and situated within the ever quirky Wanderlust Hotel, Audace (short for Audacity) serves as an invitation to discover new taste experiences that push boundaries and is the brainchild of Michelin Star awarded Chef Jeremy Gillon from Le Montana in the French Alps.
The restaurant and bar will serve up sensational French Bistro fare with a contemporary touch, providing guests with a different dining experience from breakfast through to dinner.
While Jeremy's cuisine is identifiably French, his passion for travel has imbued his dishes with influences he has derived from eating and cooking around the globe.
From the people behind Sogurt, KARA Café & Dessert Bar is a welcoming space for warm encounters at Bukit Timah. As you step through the door arches, you enter a world of tropical foliage and imaginary creatures of art and begin a gastronomic journey of unusual taste pairings with savoury and sweet creations lovingly created by their handpicked chef partners.
KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar serves a lovingly created menu of comfort food: savoury grain bowls, grilled cheese toasties and artisanal soft-serve desserts - each featuring unusual flavour pairings.
A haven for the seafood lovers, Le Garden Seafood is an exquisite fish restaurant that started on Temple Street and has now expanded aptly to Marina Square.
With opulent booth seating and elegant decor, Le Garden provides the perfect backdrop for a romantic date or a special evening out in Singapore. Go for the seafood steampot and have it cooked right at your very own table for a communal dining experience with your loved ones.
Think of the Mandarin Orchard Hotel's Chicken Rice but in a lighter, fuss-free version at a quick-serve venue near you. The iconic and much beloved Chatterbox now brings you a selection of its signature flavours specially packaged for those on the go. Visit Express by Chatterbox at the new Downtown Gallery and take your pick of value meals and local favourites for dine-in or takeaway.
Blue Jasmine at the new Park Hotel Farrer Park brings you the best of Southern Thai and Esarn cuisine, in a communal and interactive way. Expect to delight in strong herbs and signature Thai flavours. A homelike concept thats fun and enriching, where you can be sure to even use your fingers to enjoy the food!
Blue Jasmine's menu will feature a wide selection of dishes, inspired by traditional flavours and Thailand’s bustling street food culture. Simple all-time favourites will deliver robust flavours with earthy herbs and fragrant spices imported directly from Thailand.
Perfect for casual get-togethers and pre dinner meet-ups, VENUE By Sebastian is one of the first few dining establishments to open at the swanky new Downtown Gallery in the heart of the central commercial district. Occupying 1,900 sqft space on the ground floor of Downtown Gallery, the 80-seat communal dining restaurant is set to inspire diners with its exciting contemporary European fare.
Helmed by Chef-Owner Sebastian Ng, former Chef-Owner of the now-defunct Restaurant Ember, and Chef de Cuisine Jonathan Lee, former Head Chef of Artichoke, VENUE By Sebastian is guided by the chefs’ beliefs in serving unpretentious yet tasty and well-balanced meals for all diners.
Curated with meticulous details over months of experimentation, the extensive menu at VENUE By Sebastian is a harmonious blend of modern European culinary techniques and quality ingredients, imbued with a refreshing touch of Asian flavours.
Running on a sharing plates concept, the lunch and dinner menus are designed to feature a mix of communal dishes in sharing portions across eight dish categories including, ‘Toast’, ‘Fritti & Greens’, ‘Pasta’, ‘Raw, Cured & Smoked’, ‘Pan, Coal & Roast’, ‘Sides’ and ‘Sweets’.
Long established as one of the most revered names in the Singapore food and beverage industry, the Coriander Leaf restaurant is back to shake up the scene with the opening of the Coriander Leaf Grill, a contemporary grill which offers delectable charcoal grilled dishes with Asian influences. These are perfectly paired up with old and new world wines, draft and craft beers, and signature cocktails.
Located within 12 Ann Siang, a five-storey multi-concept establishment, there are several sections at the Coriander Leaf Grill in which you can enjoy your meal. Whether you prefer to be seated in the main indoor space or relax in its gorgeous courtyard, you will receive unparalleled attention from the excellent in-house crew, always on hand to serve you juicy cuts of steak, lamb chops and grilled hen.
Don’t miss out on the exquisite lime and chilli sorbet, or taking a few sips from the premium selection of fine wines from the restaurant’s enviable wine display wall.
When you’re done, adjourn to the rooftop of the Screening Room and enjoy a tipple while you take in the mesmerising night views of the Central Business District area and Chinatown. How’s that for a night out in Singapore?
Ramen Atelier is Singapore's first French-Japanese ramen bar serving contemporary Japanese ramen influenced by French culinary techniques and flavours.
Chef owner Andrew Ng was trained in French cuisine, and have worked in Western food establishments for more than a decade. His love for Japanese food and ramen, in particular, has brought him to merge his French culinary know-how with Japanese cooking techniques to create his ideal bowl of ramen.
Bottega at Hong Kong Street brings you an authentic Italian gastro bar & grocery experience.
Bottega (means shop in Italian), is a place where you can find the typical Italian grocery products for your everyday use, plus you can enjoy delectable dishes by their skilled chefs.
Being an importer, Bottega selects all the ingredients from passionate artisan producers for their carefully crafted Italian dishes.
Their pizza is made with Petra 3 (100% Italian soft wheat blend), which is grown using integrated farming systems and tracked from field to the stone mill, free of mycotoxins, pesticides and preservatives.
Their sauce is made with 100% Italian tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, fresh herbs and cheeses.
At Bottega, they also serve specially selected Italian beers, wine and mineral water to complement your food.
Enjoy a piece of Italy in Singapore, brought to you by Bottega.
Whole Earth is Singapore’s first and only wholesome Peranakan-Thai plant-based cuisine restaurant. They are also the first and only plant-based restaurant in Singapore to be awarded the inaugural Michelin Bib Gourmand 2016.
After two months of renovation, Whole Earth, previously a casual eatery has recently reopened as an industrial-chic 70-seater restaurant.
They continue on their mission to elevate the standard of plant-based cooking and promote it to a wider audience. Locals, expatriates and tourists adore their fresh vegetables, legumes, mushrooms and grains, dished to authentic Peranakan and Thai perfection.
There’s something about Hong Kong. Like its famous TV dramas, it keeps you in anticipation, wanting to know what the next moment brings. It is the unique Hong Kong charisma that Canton Paradise captures so beautifully – taking diners back in time to the sixties in the former British colony in a modern adaptation. Now also available at The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands.
Canton Paradise spells oriental chic with vibrant chirpy interiors akin to the bustling activity present in Cantonese eateries. A show kitchen lets diners take a peek at the chefs’ deftness at carving the roasted meats, a classic Cantonese treat amongst other all-day dim sum delights. In addition, Canton Paradise offers other traditional favourites like wanton noodles, congee, rice dishes and roast meat – an amazing assortment bound to please!
Relish the finest Cantonese fare, soak up the bustling atmosphere and pursue the love affair with the best of Hong Kong at Canton Paradise.
Sichuan is a style of Chinese cuisine originating from Sichuan province in southwestern China. It has bold flavours, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from the use of garlic and chili peppers, as well as the unique flavor of the Sichuan pepper.
Enjoy an authentic rendition of Sichuan classics at Chen’s Mapo Tofu at the new Downtown Gallery.
On the menu are set meals featuring the must-try Chen’s Signature Mapo Tofu, alongside oh-so-delicious rice and noodle specialities that are sure to hit just the right spot.
Helmed by Chef Martin Woo, SENS will whisk you away to Japan with its wide repertoire of contemporary Japanese cuisine including sashimi, sushi and teppanyaki. This unique dining concept in Singapore showcases cuisine from different regions of Japan and redefines quality dining for all palates.
Located within Taste at Raffles Holland V, SENS also has a selection of Japanese craft beers, sake and wines from breweries located across all the regions of Japan.
After an extensive two-month renovation period with a complete overhaul, Paulaner BrÃ¤uhaus; Singapore’s first and only authentic German microbrewery, is proud to re-open its three-storey bar and restaurant at Millenia Walk as Asia’s model flagship store with fresh new interiors and an updated food menu.
Keeping to the German “Geselligkeit” (sociability) concept, the updated menu of authentic Bavarian dishes is perfect with beer and for communal dining. Customers can look forward to revelling in the convivial atmosphere and the brand’s signature hospitality.
Paulaner BrÃ¤uhaus’ characteristic large polished bronze boiler; where the beer-making process begins, still takes centre-stage at the cosily-lit level one bar which boasts a seating capacity of 100 guests indoors and 150 guests outdoors, ideal for a casual gathering or after-work drinks.
On the second level, the 180-seater restaurant’s main feature; a towering sky-blue candy-striped Maibaum (Maypole) - a 16th century architectural antique, gives patrons the feeling of dining in a spacious breezy garden setting in the day, and under the stars at night.
The third level gallery floor overlooks the restaurant below and can be utilised jointly with the second level restaurant for larger scale events.
Paulaner Brauhaus’ kitchen is helmed by Executive Chef Klaus Lukarsch who has over 25 years of experience in German cuisine.
On the menu; Paulaner Trio Fish, Leberkäs Pizza, Pork Schnitzel and more. Not missing out the Pork Knuckle. They present a whole bone-in pork knuckle which is first marinated in a Bavarian spice blend, brushed with Paulaner beer, and then over-roasted for 2.5 hours to render its characteristic crispy crackling and succulent flesh. Served in a roasting pan with a side of house-made sauerkraut and semmelknödel – a traditional bread dumpling, this makes a hearty meal-in-one.
A Croissandwich is a cross between a sandwich and a croissant. Enjoy yours at The Croissandwich Shop, a new cafe at One-North and it is the perfect place to enjoy a delectable range of Croissandwiches, fresh bakes and artisanal coffee.
Try their Cheese Baked Portobello Mushroom & Guacamole Croissandwich or indulge in their Vietnamese-inspired Roasted Chicken with Pho Mayo Croissandwich which are palate and tummy pleasers.
The Croissandwich Shop also serves coffee made from Liberty Coffee Speakeasy blend.
Singapore’s first integrated Japanese Emporium, Emporium Shokuhin, has collaborated with renowned Ishizuchi Shuzo Corporation to open the world’s first Ishizuchi Sake Bar here. It is nestled within Emporium Shokuhin's The Liquor Store.
Enjoy the wonderful sakes from Ishizuchi paired with specially created Japanese-Tapas.
Art, cuisine and retail come together in a new contemporary lifestyle space called SRPS. The acronym stands for Steamroom with The Pillar and Stones, a reflection of the three concepts’ names.
SRPS comprises of a “kaffatea” room called Steamroom, a restaurant called The Pillar, and a retail and art lab named Stones.
The entire concept is spread over 5,000 square feet in Orchard Central, with its distinctive design drawing inspiration from three art movements – Memphis Milano, Bauhaus, and Brutalism.
At Steamroom, guests can enjoy coffee or a pot of speciality tea prepared with a Steampunk machine that allows for each variety of tea to be optimally brewed to suit its unique nature, so that the finest taste can be achieved.
Stones is a multifunctional art space that serves as an art lab, where aspiring artists can participate in masterclasses, workshops and jamming sessions led by professionals. Stones will also retail collections by Emporium of Modern Man (EoMM), a multi-label lifestyle and fashion company that focuses on products with a story, as well as in-house brands such as Ultramarine and In Real Life.
At The Pillar, the contemporary menu brings together the flavours of seasonal produce from around the world, and Executive Chef & Cuisine Principal Stephan Zoisl uses the taste, colours and textures of ingredients to showcase art on a plate.
On the menu; Angus Beef Tartare, Braised Beef Cheeks, Pottimaron Pumpkin Risotto. Lobster Fregola Sarda Pasta, Salmon Ochazuke and more.
The newly reopened Jade restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel unveils a refocused culinary direction and reviatalised interior, for new levels of excellenece in Chinese dining within a National Monument.
With two private dining rooms and two partitioned areas, the 120-seat restaurant of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore offers Cantonese fine dining sublime dim sum creations, fragrant soups, and signature favourites prepared by its team of master chefs.
Known for his culinary excellence and artistry, Chef de Cuisine Leong Chee Yeng delights diners with his repertoire of signature dishes including Golden Fried ‘Man Tou’ stuffed with Chilli Crab Meat, Steamed Chilean Sea Bass with Minced Ginger and Fermented Black Bean, Simmered Egg Noodles with Boston Lobster in Spring Onion and Ginger and Shaved Coffee-Flavoured Coconut Ice with Caramel Jelly and Honey Avocado Purée.
Specialising in different types of coffees from all round the world and an option to have it brewed by different types of method like V-60 and French Press; Craftsmen Specialty Coffee is now also available at The Central.
Let the baristas bring you to a journey of coffee and educate you about the different origins and also taste profile between farms. Craftsmen Specialty Coffee also work with local artisan bakers to offer comfort food that compliments their amazing coffee.
Experience the true colours of Japanese Cuisine with 16 casual dining establishments handpicked from Japan, all in one convenient location. Japan food town is the result of a partnership between a cool Japan fund and the Japan Association of overseas promotion for food and restaurants.
At Taki Kyoto Grill & Sake, their master chef will bring you a brand new dining experience.
“Kuzushi-Kappo” is a new branch of Japanese cuisine that originated in Kyoto & it is getting popular worldwide these days. This cuisine is featured with fresh and premium quality food ingredients, handling traditional fine Japanese cuisine with a modern and casual twist.
To serve you the best, Taki imports by air the premium blacked-hair A4 ranked and above Wagyu, such as Matsusaka Beef. They carry a wide range of Japanese Sake collection, from sweet to spicy. Their crew will recommend you the best sake to match with each cuisine.
Suntec City is now home to ERGON Greek Deli + Cafe. Enjoy a handpicked selection of premium quality Greek products, artisanal coffees and wide variety of food.
At ERGON, they source products and create packaging to meet present-day requirements and standards, while preserving the values of the past. With a contemporary sensibility and usability, but traditionally high-quality.
Currently, ERGON products are available at 300 outlets in Greece; they also have a limited presence across Europe (in France, the UK, Belgium, Luxemburg, Germany, Cyprus, Serbia, Poland).
Whether it is for a short business lunch or a long leisurely dinner, at Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant you will journey through the pleasures of traditional Japanese Cuisine presented to you in fresh and exciting ways.
On the menu: Salmon & Cream Cheese Don, Bara Chirashi Don, Salmon and Salmon Roe Don, Ebizo Signature Tempura Rice Bowl and more.
Introducing The Palmary - Food & Friendship's first ever dining concept at 142 Owen Road, located within a three storey pre-war transitional shophouse.
The first floor houses their restaurant which serves fusion cuisine and features a super chic cocktail bar. The second floor houses their lounge where you can snack on light bites, enjoy good drinks and chill.
Guenpin, Japan's largest fugu restaurant chain has finally expanded out of Japan and has housed their first overseas outlet at Maxwell Chambers in Singapore.
Enjoy the Tiger Puffer fish (“Torafugu”), prepared by licensed artisans, made available at Guenpin.
Out of the 22 kinds of pufferfish that are permitted for consumption by law in Japan, the “Torafugu” is recognized as the highest grade. In order to serve this fish in its most exquisite form, Guenpin's original techniques have been patented internationally.
Hailing from Tsukiji, Niku Kappo at ION Orchard offers authentic Japanese Kappo (å²ç¹) style cuisine, and focus mainly on the Meat category of their menu.
At Niku Kappo, customers can look forward to an extensive list of almost 50 different kinds of Sake and Shochu specially imported from Japan and not sold anywhere else in Singapore. They also have a cocktail list which consists of 100 different kinds of Mojitos.
In Kappo cuisine, the dishes are prepared with meticulous effort and dedication. One of the signature dishes, Edo Yaki (æ±æ¸ç¼ã) is the original form of Sukiyaki, and uses Miso as base instead of the usual Shoyu. This dish will be freshly prepared by the Niku Kappo staff at the dining table, accompanied by an explanatory of the dish and its ingredients. The usual Japanese dishes are also given a surprising twist, like the Dancing Salad, whereby the staff mixes the salad in front of their customers.
New at Beach Road is The Masses. A casual restaurant by Dylan Ong, one of the co-founders of Saveur.
As the name suggests, they strive to provide good food to The Masses. They call their food, "Contemporary Happy Food".
So what’s "Contemporary Happy Food"?
Well, using fresh, seasonal produce and allowing recipes to be simple yet dynamic. Staying true to the ingredients and using contemporary cooking techniques to bring out the best of its form. Yet keeping prices on the easy side.
Some highlights: Aus Frementle Octopus Tentacle, Chicken Collagen Veloute, Duroc Pork Loin, Crab & Caviar Pasta, Deep-Fried Camembert and more.
ComNam Vietnamese Street Eats is back at Raffles City. With a brand new look and menu, they bring to the table some of the most iconic dishes from the streets of northern, central and southern Vietnam.
Staying true to its roots, the dishes at ComNam are inspired by traditional recipes which have been influenced by both French and Vietnamese gastronomy.
Their BÃºn tÃ´m cháº£ cÃ¡ Háº£i PhÃ²ng hails from Hai Phong — the northern coastal region known for its abundance of fresh seafood — the noodles are simmered in a flavourful seafood broth and topped with fresh giant king prawns, prawn cake slices, and pork leg slices.
63Paragon is a restaurant, bar and specialty coffee joint located at Paragon. It is the sister outlet of 63Celsius restaurant at Asia Square.
At 63Paragon, they produce honest food without borders. Seasonal ingredients are used to create dishes that draw influence and flavours from around the world.
Their food is served from three menus – breakfast, brunch and our all day lunch and dinner menu which is made up of small and large plates designed for sharing.
Their wine director has curated a exciting list showcasing New and Old World wines. Ranging from approachable Australian Cabernets and New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs to full bodied Napa Cabernets to Grand Crus from Burgundy and Bordeaux, the wines are carefully selected with a focus on sustainability, balance and vitality.
Their coffee program is curated by their Head Barista, Mr Hairol Haron.
Experience a new twist to timeless Chinese classic cuisines at Song Garden located at Mercure Singapore Bugis.
Executive Chef Wong Shea Nung who has more than 40 years of experience, leads the team. And for the dim sum section, you might want to know that Chef Leung Chi Man cares for it and formerly from the renowned East Ocean Restaurant, with 30 years of experience.
On the menu; Lobster with pumpkin purée, Sautéed asparagus with wild mushrooms in white truffle oil, Mentaiko cod fillet and more.
TASTE at Raffles Holland V is an integrated retail and dining concept, complete with whole food goodnesses.
Created by the people behind Swiss Butchery (Tanglin), in partnership with the likes of Jones the Grocer and Frisch Seafood, among others; the 557 sqm space has 10 different sections, including fruit and vegetable, beverage, meat, seafood, charcuterie, bakery, cheese room and more, featuring seasonal produce flown in from France, Thailand, Japan and the US.
At TASTE, you will enter a world of epicurean delight. It is an experience that goes far beyond tasty eating - it is a lifestyle.
Shoppers can have their raw purchases cooked at two sit-down restaurants within the premise which are SENS and Otto’s Deli Fresh. They both charge a nominal cooking fee of $8/100gm.
Housed in Malcolm Bistro, 20grams Specialty Coffee & Roastery is a transparent operation of sourcing, roasting and brewing specialty coffee alongside a kitchen serving an unabashedly gastronomically diverse fare at its finest.
At 20grams, they love making coffee, and because they love their coffee so much, they are particular about the way it is produced, prepared and presented.
One signature on their menu is the Maine Lobster Roll, stuffed with a good helping of lobster meat all within a toasted bun.
Thrive Kitchen was founded on the premise of bringing healthy, wholesome and tasty food to the community. It is tucked away in a new mall under a petite block of apartments called NeWest Condominium by West Coast Drive.
Thrive Kitchen believe that unprocessed whole foods can be made flavourful through creative cooking methods and alternative unrefined ingredients (such as coconut sugar, pure maple syrup, pure honey and dates).
They choose whole grains with higher fibre in their rice, noodle and bread dishes. They also bake with nutritious spelt, coconut and almond flours and make their own sauces in the house.
Thrive Kitchen's coffee concept comprises specialty coffee with freshly roasted beans, and they work with innovative brewing methods to create a variety of aromatic drinks.
At Henri Charpentier, they carry the same traditions and spirit from their founding in 1969.
Their flagship store is now at Tanjong Pagar Center.
Inspired by a famous 19th century French chef Henri Charpentier and his signature “Crêpe Suzette”, founder, Naoki Arita opened his first humble café in Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan in 1969.
His baking philosophy: to create sweets that bring joy with a touch of surprise. Henri Charpentier prides itself on serving indulgent, creative and authentic pastries and desserts made of the finest quality, such as the use of original cultured butter that is painstakingly developed from raw milk originating exclusively from the Konsen area of Hokkaido.
Henri Charpentier ultimately carved a name for itself as the best French patisserie brand in Japan.
What can you do with a 4,000sqft restaurant space? Put 250 seats into it and attempt to be one of the largest seating restaurants in Singapore or turn it into a lifestyle restaurant with books, grocery, music and a little space to breathe. Real Food chose the latter.
Previously located at Killiney Road, they have recently shifted to Orchard Central.
The people at Real Food spend an incredible amount of time plus effort in preparing and sourcing for good quality and ‘ethical’ food to put on their menu.
The food items may just be names to you but there are remarkable stories behind every single one of them – like the amazing but often victimised farmers and raw food producers, their struggles of believing in the food industry differently and standing by it, the meticulous process of creating real food, the emotional attachments to them, their critics, and the good people that put them together.
Their cafes' selection are free from processed ingredients (food grade or otherwise), artificial preservatives and Trans-fat. Last but not least, they are meat free.
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.
Some signatures from this new restaurant; a claypot glass noodles with prawn in Tom Yum broth, Charcoal Barbeque Set (with prawn, crayfish,flower crab and squid), deep-fried fish wirh mango and many more.
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.
A pretty long name for a restaurant indeed but it is also known to many as Hamburg Steak Keisuke.
The restaurant serves one of Japan's most well-loved national dishes, the hamburg (say han-ba-ga) steak. They have only two items on the menu being Keisuke Prime Beef Hamburg Set and Triple Cheese Prime Beef Hamburg Set. Each set meal comes with a prime US beef patty served on a sizzling hot plate with free flow of eggs cooked eight ways, and salad, rice and miso soup.
World’s first Michelin-starred ramen, Tsuta has a second outlet in Singapore at 18 Tai Seng.
Available exclusively to their new branch is their Miso Soba. Using Haccho Miso from Tokushima, accompanied with delicate porcini mushroom oil and hot sauce. The Miso Soba is hearty and packed with flavour!
Yuki Onishi, Founder of Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta, opened his shop in Sugamo, Tokyo In January 2012. The name of the shop originates from Onishi’s dream of nurturing ramen into a noodle dish that Japan will boast about. Tsuta began receiving awards from 2013 became the World’s First Michelin-starred Ramen in 2015. The Shoyu Ramen, complemented with truffle oil is one of its Signature Dishes.
Onishi learnt the art of making ramen in 1997 at his father’s ramen shop, ‘Nanae no Aji no mise, Mejiro’ after graduating from high school. He opened his own shop, Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta in 2012. He carefully selects home bred chickens, different varieties of vegetables, seafood and other natural ingredients to make the soup of his Signature Dishes: Shoyu Ramen and Shio Ramen. His artistry in combining ingredients lifts his ramen into a higher dimension.
Cafe Football at Woodleigh Park is a unique restaurant for people who love food and football. It is part of the football-themed hospitality franchises that property firm Rowsley acquired from Manchester United legends Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs in year 2015.
It was all inspired by good, honest food which brings people together, whether in the stands or at home. Cafe Football took this idea of wholesome food and turned it a unique restaurant that feeds a love for food and football.
At Cafe Football Singapore, they want to capture the essence of football in their restaurant and their menu. Football fans and foodies alike can appreciate their diverse, well-rounded menu with some subtle nods to the beautiful game.
Firebake is a restaurant at East Coast with the first full-scale woodfire bread oven in Singapore, using European historical techniques of breadmaking. Founded by veteran food & beverage consultant Konstantino Blokbergen, Firebake is a celebration of the ancient pathways of breadmaking, and the importance of human touch in the process.
Firebake’s crowning feature is its twin woodfire ovens. One dome-shaped and the other tunnel-shaped, they allow bread to be baked and selected dishes to be slow-cooked. Hand built from some 5,000 bricks by specialized craftsmen over 6 weeks; they are a primal presence and the heart of the restaurant, because around them, and in full view of diners, the ‘theatre’ of breadmaking unfolds.
In the past in old Europe, the entire community would get together and bake bread on Sunday after church. Firebake embraces this tradition and recaptures its comforting spirit in its bread craft and a food experience that is best enjoyed with breads.
On the menu are tartines and sandwiches, salads, soups, stews, grilled and smoked meats and fish, and baked desserts – all tailored to complement the sourdough breads used in the form of sandwiches, toasts, chips, croutons and bits, and breadcrumbs. The flavours are global and contemporary while techniques are again historical European, and showcase the faceted use of the woodfire ovens and stoves, and cast iron pots and pans.
With a strong heritage since 1980, Black Knight Hotpot continues to be a crowd favourite in the bustling city of Taipei, where it first originated. You can find out what the raves are all about as it has set foot here in Singapore at The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands.
With its first and only outlet in Singapore; diiners will get to savour local tastes unique to Taiwan. Specialties include the signature Chinese Sichuan Spicy Hotpot, Taiwanese beef noodles & Chinese braised dishes.
PAUL, a family bakery and patisserie founded in 1889 in France, offers a selection of country-style and fancy bread, viennoiserie (croissants, etc.) pastries, cakes and desserts, snacks and sandwiches. From April 2017, you can also indulge in their creations at the Departure/Transit Lounge of Changi Airport Terminal 1.
PAUL is a ''Maison de Qualité'' whose values have been perpetuated since 1889. It is also, and most importantly, a family concern: five generations dedicated to the taste of good bread since they opened the first bakery.
Tucked at the edge of Orchard Road within the vibrant arts enclave, Straits Cafe adds much dazzle to the heart of a heritage district. This 120-seater restaurant nestled in Rendezvous Hotel has undergone a recent facelift.
The restaurant’s new facade boasts a myriad of bold colours and geometric accents, a generous use of marble and wood furnishing, and several decorative highlights such as rustic Chinese baskets, vintage enamelware of tingkat, plates and mugs, and quirky display pieces, creating a contemporary dining setting with a touch of traditional that is sure to encapsulate a cosy dining experience for all.
Established since 1998, Straits Cafe presents an iconic buffet spread of local and international fare from the Straits Settlement of Penang, Singapore and Malaysia. Its menu features an extensive spread of fresh seafood, sashimi and signature favourites such as Nonya Laksa, Popiah, Kueh Pie Tee, Rojak and an array of durian desserts!
Haakon is a philosophy, a way of life, an embodiment of Scandinavian healthy living.
At Haakon, they understand that nourishing the body is as important as nourishing the mind and spirit.
Scandinavia, with its mountains and fjords, is the epitome of balance and tranquillity.
They know just how important it is to maintain a well-balanced diet that is in harmony with our body and the spiritual comfort that we need.
A wholesome atmosphere of fresh air, simple food, clean water and good living: Haakon is their effort to replicate, on a small scale, some of the uninhibited simplicity of healthy eating.
Værsågod! Their second outlet is now at 313@Somerset.
Their menu ranges from an enriching variety of superfood smoothies, freshly pressed juices, acai and pitaya superbowls to a delicious savoury line of smorrebrod sandwiches loaded with Norwegian smoked salmon and nutrient-rich avocado.
– Their superior smoked salmon comes straight from the fjords of Norway.
– Their plant-based “almond mylk” provides a nice vegan option that can also satisfy the lactose-intolerant.
– Their smoothies, juices and bowls are designed to provide a healthy, sustained release of energy to keep you going through the day through “clean” nutrition: with no processed sugars that contribute to weight gain and energy crashing.
25 Degrees introduces a sophisticated new twist on the traditional American burger bar concept – complete with funky music in a swanky atmosphere and old Hollywood ambiance; where cool "bordello meets burger bar" décor.
Originated in Los Angeles, with a branch in Bangkok and now Singapore; this burger & liquor bar is named after the precise temperature difference between a raw and well done hamburger.