Grignoter, which mean nibbles in French is the latest establishment brought to you by Chef Justin Quek. He is proud to partner the Bordeaux Wine Council CIVB to create Singapore and Southeast Asia's first Bordeaux Wine Bar! Apart from exclusive drops, they also serve a whole range of rustic French-style nibbles.
Justin Quek is one of Asia’s most celebrated chefs. With his modern approach to French cuisine that melds a mastery of technique with a delicacy of touch, he singlehandedly put Singapore on the global gastronomic map. His latest baby, Grignoter, is a 100% Bordeaux wine bar collaborated with CIVB, the sixth CIVB Bordeaux wine bar globally to promote less known, artisan and affordable Bordeaux wines.
Nestled within two conservation shophouses along heritage Amoy Street and the busy Central Business District, Birds of a Feather offers a respite for the busy working professionals and residents in the area.
The concept takes inspiration from Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan, said to be one of the most laid back cities, with parks, cafes & tea houses on every city street corner, and where history meets the modern world in perfect harmony.
Known to be the home of the 3,000-year old cultural relic, the golden sunbird, found in the Jinsha ruins in Chengdu, Birds of a Feather takes on a deeper meaning to reference the four sunbirds that protect the sun to ensure endless cycle of life.
Birds of a Feather offers a contemporary Western cuisine with a pronounced Sichuan influence. Look forward to lighter options such as Roasted Chicken & Avocado Salad with Szechuan pepper, Charcoal Roasted Romaine Lettuce with Fried Tofu Cheese Ball and Sesame dressing.
Or opt for heartier options like Tofu Burger with Mapo Meat Sauce (interpreted from Mapo Tofu 麻婆豆腐), an Oriental bolagnaise of angel hair pasta, pork ragout, onsen tamago (interpreted from Cha Jiang Mian 炸酱面), or Birds Signature Burger of charcoal grilled beef patty, foie gras, cheddar, carmelised onion, with a chilli soy tapenade inspired by Szechuan Dou Pan Jiang 豆瓣酱! Food at Birds of A Feather is refreshing, vibrant and delicious.
Enjoy unique Japanese-French inspired light, fluffy and hand-crafted Halal (pending approval) petite éclairs, pancakes and plated yoghurt parfaits in a cheery, all-white setting. Savoury pancakes and snacks to complete this cloud house (Kumoya) experience.
Indulge in substantial, hearty meals at Ninja Cut – the latest concept by The Astronauts Group.
Sister outlet of the ever-popular Ninja Bowl which opened in April 2016, Ninja Cut sets itself apart on the Seah Street belt with a varied menu featuring succulent meats, fresh seafood, and all-day brunch items.
The “Ninja Cuts” section comprises beautifully cooked hearty proteins such as roast ribeye, crackling pork belly, juicy chicken, fillet of cod, tuna and whole squid; with an option of bases such as soba noodles, quinoa, a proprietary rice blend, and garden greens.
The fuss-free convivial dining concept sees customers placing their orders at the counter before the meals are prepped a la minute to serve.
Coastal Rhythm – Conveniently located at East Coast Parkway, the irresistible charm of this waterfront bistro combines with the tastiest Nanyang favourites and modern European cuisine to offer a meeting point for all water sports enthusiasts or families looking for a fun day out.
Take a break from your hectic lifestyle and immerse in the café and bar’s rustic and laid back atmosphere. For thrill seekers, pump up your adrenaline rush with Singapore Wake Park’s exhilarating cable-skiing activities.
SPRMRKT started with a simple goal: to inspire daily life. It’s what we’ve been doing since 2012, and with our newest members of the family at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) — SPRMRKT Daily and SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar — we continue to believe in the everyday made different.
The original McCallum Street branch brings together food, retail, and art, showcasing some of the finest produce and products in a cosy oasis in the heart of the central business district. Here, diners were first introduced to the supermarket experience, redefined.
SPRMRKT Daily at STPI will press on in enriching this dining and shopping experience. Incorporating a grocery-style shop into a riverside café, Daily hopes to become the go-to place in the Robertson Quay area whenever you’re on the hunt for your mealtime favourites, some handcrafted products, or just fresh, carefully-sourced ingredients.
Also at STPI, SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar is a place to tantalise, tease, and tempt those tastebuds. Kitchen & Bar is SPRMRKT’s first foray into a more all-rounded dining experience, presenting food of the quality of a fine-dining establishment but in an unpretentious, welcoming space that carries the familiarity of SPRMRKT’s outlets. Think ‘glocal’ New American cuisine: globally influenced, but made with local ingredients.
Taking over 20F Specialty Coffeehouse in Jalan Besar, this new kid on the block serves up great coffee in a chic but relaxed cafe setting - VXX Cooperative is now open.
You'll love this place if you're serious about your java, because these guys are too. Beans in their brew come from well-known roasteries from around the world including Nylon (Singapore), Tim Wendelboe (Norway) and Koppi (Sweden), so rest assured your cuppa will be spot on.
Baba Chews Bar and Eatery is an all-day dining restaurant in Katong serving modern and traditional cuisine from Straits of Malacca.
Baba Chews is a restaurant inspired by their neighbourhood. The name ‘Baba Chews’ takes inspiration from Chew Joo Chiat, a wealthy Chinese landowner known as the ‘King of Katong’ who in 1917 allowed the use of a road through his land for public, which is the Joo Chiat Road we know today. Various other roads and landmarks in the vicinity were also named after him, such as this very building, which was formerly the Joo Chiat Police Station (1928 – 1987).
Paying homage to this unique culture, they have put together a menu of traditional and modern cuisines from places that have influenced Peranakan cooking.
Located at Tanjong Pagar Road, this new café has it all – from burgers and pastas to coffee, tea and even alcoholic beverages.
If you’re working around the area and have exhausted all the lunch options in the vicinity, then lucky you; Hashtag 88 Café & Bar has great weekday set lunch offers where you can relish scrumptious dishes like smokey salmon sandwich, cheezy baked pork ribs and chicken kebab, that’ll be served with a cup of coffee or tea and a soup.
Club Street's Da Paolo Il Ristorante has recently renamed itself, Da Paolo HQ @ Club St with a completely new look and menu.
They have separate menus for day and night, offering a range of Italian dishes. For their day menu, they offer sandwiches like their grilled chicken breast and avocado with pesto, parma ham and emmental or if you're a pasta-lover, you could try out their pastas like the arrabbiata or their salads like marinated roma tomatoes and bocconcini.
Check out their dinner menu that offers a different set of pastas like their al fegato d'anatra which includes hommade tagliatelle and duck liver or their aragostine all'arrabbiata which serves homemade squid ink pasta and slipper lobster and more. They also offer a selection of usual bites like tomato bruschetta, calamari, truffle fries, burgers like their wagyu beef burgers and pizzas like their mac and cheese flavor.
Kyushu Pancake Singapore presents their unique menu offerings, made from the Kyushu Pancake flour base, combined with fresh fruits and dairy products to create uniquely pancake cuisines with great taste.
Only the finest natural ingredients are used in the the Kyushu Pancake flour mix. Ranging from the Wheat from Oita Prefecture, fertiliser free, Aigoma farmed Sprouted brown rice in Aya, Miyazaki, Millet from Unzen, Nagasaki, Pressed barley from Saga Prefecture, the legendary purple rice and red glutinuous rice from Kumamoto and Fukuoka Prefecture, non glutinuous rice from Kagoshima and the famed raw sugar from Okinawa and Kagoshima. Kyushu Pancake strive to merry the producers from Kyushu province to the end users by exhibiting the pride of the region in the finest products they want to showcase to the world from Kyushu, Japan. Kyuhsu Pancake wants to impress with their products and put a smile on everyone’s face and create lasting memories.
They strongly believes in maintaining the perfect balance of giving good taste and quality but without compromising the safety of their consumers. The flour mix is free of emulsifier, artificial fragrant and additives or processed starch. So, the products are good and safe for everyone, even suitable for young kids.
By the good people behind Bedok's Refuel Cafe comes Fuel Plus+ in Telok Blangah.
Tucked away on Morse Road, between Telok Blangah and Harbourfront MRT stations, the light-filled cafe serves up affordable and hearty options for brunch, lunch and dessert. Enjoy the Rosti, Egg and Sausage and the Honey BBQ Babyback Ribs. Already customers have good things to say about the Bacon Aglio Olio and Soft Shell Crab Curry. Portion sizes are generous so don't fill up too quickly with drinks — go for their wonderfully balanced and robust Piccolo Latte.
GOURMETbus, a new service that lets you soak in the views of the city while you dine on board, is the brainchild of tour operator Big Bus Singapore City Sightseeing, best known for its amphibious DUCKtours rides here.
A first-of-its-kind dining concept in Asia, the GOURMETbus combines scenic city tours with the enjoyment of a specialty lunch or dinner. All of this on board a luxury coach designed with the aesthetics of a restaurant - sans kitchen - and featuring the very latest technology.
From family-friendly cafes to cutting-edge clubs, Tadcaster Hospitality creates and manages unique restaurants, bars, and clubs in Singapore, Australia, and the Philippines. Café Melba at Mediapolis is the seventh concept of Tadcaster in Singapore.
Opened on the East Coast of Singapore at Goodman Arts Centre in 2012, Café Melba blends influences from Melbourne and Asia for a gourmet yet leisurelydiningexperience.The Café Melba concept is designed to be an oasis away from hectic city life, where you can relax from the stresses of the day with a great meal and friendly and attentive service. With breakfast all day (every day!) and plenty of events happening for both kids and adults, Café Melba has become a regular haunt for bookworms, foodies, parents, and music lovers alike.
Open all year long (including on Weekends and Public Holidays), Café Melba at Mediapolis is meant to be a relaxing reprieve from business park surroundings, perfect for unwinding from the hectic work day with a pint, grabbing an enjoyable dinner before a performance at Mediapolis state-of-the-art theatre or a quick meeting in a calm environment. With a bridge straight to Tanglin Trust School, parents will be able to pop over for lunch or a coffee while waiting for their children to finish up for the day.
Tadcaster’s New Zealander Chef Kacey Whaitiri-Roberts gained experience working alongside renowned Chefs such as Michelin Star Chef Gordon Ramsay in London and Chef Emmanuel Stroobant in Singapore. Kacey joined Tadcaster Hospitality in 2011 as the Group Executive Chef. He is working closely with Singaporean Chef Kenneth Tan, Tadcaster’s Group Chef de Cuisine. Kenneth worked at Picotin, one of Emmanuel Stroobant’s concepts, as Chef de Partie and restaurant Les Amis as Senior Chef de Partie before he joined Tadcaster Hospitality as Group Chef de Cuisine.
Open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, this champagne bistro bar is French-inspired and created by an osyter lover for oyster lovers. Guest will be assured of the freshest seasonal seafood at surprisingly affordable market driven prices. Be spoilt for tastes with the complementary selection of vintage champagne by the glass. A seasonal seafood grill menu will also be available depending on the market's freshest catch.
At Populus, a sense of welcome, service and shared experience is at the heart of all they do. Their ethos is simple: boldness alongside refinement, precision underpinned by passion. They are purveyors of pleasure.
Their food & drink is honest and inviting, delivered with style, panache and occasional moments of enchantment.
NUVO, which was previously located at Marina Square, has open in a new location. The Italian-Japanese contemporary restaurant is situated at its new home, located at the forefront of Customs House and set against the scenic Marina Bay skyline. The Kitchen + Bar welcomes diners with an updated menu, a plethora of drinks and a refreshed concept.
Helmed by Caerus Holding’s Group Executive Chef, Mark Richards, whose experience has brought him to work with in culinary cities such as Melbourne, Sydney, Bangkok and Hawaii; Chef Mark’s expertise and interest lies in the modern cuisine, where he combines elements of modern techniques on traditional dishes.
Chef Mark is supported by Chef Leslie Chew, NUVO’s restaurant chef who has many years of experience in the hotel and hospitality industry. Chef Leslie has worked for a variety of five and six star luxury hotels around the world in hotel chains such as the Grand Hyatt, Four Seasons and Hilton Hotel. His expertise lies in international cuisines, while his passion is for natural cooking, a style which requires an innate understanding of each ingredient in order to bring out its natural flavours with minimal or no seasoning.
A.R.C. Coffee was founded on the beliefs that the coffee experience extends beyond the consumption of a cup of coffee. Aiming to incorporate elements of coffee-making, roasting and learning; the idea of having an Academy, Roastery and Café in a single workspace was born. A.R.C. coffee aims to be the link that will complete your coffee experience, bridging the gap of your coffee appreciation from bean to cup.
The Academy is where classes ranging from coffee appreciation to basic latte art will be taught in the in-house training room. Classes are tailor-made to suit your different needs.
The Roastery is responsible for creating blends and roasting single origins to unlock flavours in the coffee so that you get to enjoy the best out of each individual coffee that we offer.
The Café is where patrons will be able to enjoy the selection of espresso beverages and brewed coffee that we have. We have a full menu that provides all-day dining options for those looking for a bite, we take our food seriously and understand that good coffee and good food go hand-in-hand.
Oh My Tian is a food journey that brings the customers through a showcase of passion & creativity. Norms are not what you'd expect in this culinary journey.
Step into a world of punkerland, a mixology of victorian steampunk and carnival from the terrain of their inner fantasies.
Oh My Tian depicts a realm of painted technology and displays aesthetic designs inspired by the 16th century European design of a fantasy world.
This will be another food experience that will showcase the passion through creativity as they journey along with their customers. Norms are not what should be expected in this culinary journey. Hence, customers should be prepared for an assault on the myriad of senses the moment they enter.
The new retro-chic, Jinzakaya by award-winning Les Amis Group, is tucked in a pedestrian backstreet off Rangoon road beside sister concept Sushi Jin. Whilst Sushi Jin exudes luxuriousness with delicate Japanese food in a finer setting, JINzakaya is a riot of fun that transports one back to old Tokyo train station taverns.
Immerse in this casual laid-back Japanese izakaya where one can enjoy an eclectic mix of affordable set lunches, sharing plates and assorted yakimono (grilled items). The dinner menu takes on a more Izakaya identity, offering an assortment of grilled skewers and mains to choose from.
JIinzakaya is ideal for a fun-filled weekend in a buoyant atmosphere of animated laughter or a casual space on weekdays for workers to decompress among colleagues.
The Quay Kitchen and Bar is a warm and cosy meeting place for family, friends and colleagues to gather for great tapas-style Modern American food paired with a range of beer, wine and slow pressed fruit juices.
On weekdays, allow the tensions of the day to be washed away with a game of darts paired with your favourite tipple, or simply enjoy the evening breeze while admiring the scenic river view.
Come weekends and Public Holidays, breakfast and brunch is available with an outdoor children's play-corner to keep young ones entertained.
Kitchen by Food Rebel is a health food café in the CBD / Telok Ayer area serving organic & local produce.
They are a fully inclusive cafe offering real food, with the highest quality ingredients to meat lovers, vegans, vegetarians and those with food intolerances. Hot tummy warming specials are served daily in addition to superfood salads & sandwiches, smoothies and functional teas.
Catering for dine-In, takeaway and grab & go options, Kitchen by Food Rebel is also a space to raise awareness and provide education on the power of food and nutrition on our health. Regular workshops and events taking place on site are posted on their website.
Customised meal plans and large order delivery can also be arranged by calling and booking ahead.
The Food Rebel team are passionate about functional, healthy, reinvented local and international cuisine that’s uncomplicated and delicious. They choose their ingredients very carefully, therefore hormone & antibiotic free meat is served with organic and locally sourced vegetables and super foods. Gluten-Free options are available, no MSG is used in any of their meals, purified water is used in all of their cooking and of course artificial additives are completely off the menu.
Simple, fresh ingredients are the key to their food preparation. They lovingly create nutritionally dense meals which retain all of their goodness and have the ability to keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer. The Food Rebellion has started in the Kitchen!
Bottles & Bones are a bistro bar serving up the juiciest of meats and the craftiest of beers. Now Open at Chevron House!
Caerus Holding is proud to present its newest concept bistro, Bottles & Bones. The tongue-in-cheek F&B venue is set to take on the CBD crowd with its conscious dining options and wide selection of craft beers and alcohol.
An open concept kitchen takes centre stage at B&B so you can watch their chefs in action as they fry, broil, roast and mix your food. The design also features raw elements of wood, metal and incandescent light bulbs. This establishment exudes a relaxed charm that is perfect for post-work nibbles and drinks.
Artisanal coffee is still very much craved for in the Jalan Besar neighbourhood, and 20F Specialty Coffeehouse displaces a 60-year-old clinic to quench that thirst.
The shadowy shophouse café brews Liberty Coffee roasts to order on its La Marzocco machine and its many iced drinks are a point of distinction. Dark chocolate sorbet with salted caramel ice cream and cold milk is a lush option, while a hot day might call for a coconut and lychee ice cream shake, mixed berries with chia seeds and mint, or iced matcha latte. After dark, cocktails like vodka, Kahlua and Frangelico espresso martinis, and gin-addled Tea for 2 can be ordered.
Plates like duck confit, mixed berries sorbet and fresh strawberries on waffles, and pulled pork Benedicts on house-baked brioche depart from regular café fare – but the rest of 20F's brunch and dinner menus feature the usual suspects: smashed avocado on toast, ribeye burgers, as well as pastas with shredded pork and prawn and poached egg.
Whether you are looking to indulge in delicious meals and late-night snacks, or live entertainment ranging from seductive two-piece bands to some of the island’s best DJs pumping out high-energy sets, they’ve got you covered. Best of all, they can be enjoyed with their inventive twists on beers, spirits and cocktails which will wow with their presentation and tastes.
Comfortable outdoor seating puts you in the heart of Clarke Quay and is the perfect for a spot of people watching while you enjoy your food and drinks. Step inside and relax in the seated area or hang out at their large U-shaped communal bar area where you can sample the extensive Vodka list curated from all over the world. If beer is more your thing, you can order a personal keg delivered directly to your table.
As the night progresses, the atmosphere at Privé Clarke Quay steadily gains momentum. The high-energy live band which has been belting out all your favourite songs from the stage is now taken over by a DJ who quickly pumps up the energy so you can dance the night away. Enjoy a world-class nightclub feel equipped with state of the art sound and lighting, without the pretentiousness of a typical nightclub.
For a more laid-back atmosphere, head over to the Privé Lounge at the end of the stage where you can socialize with friends over their unique take on bottle service as you luxuriate on our cosy sofas. Let the conversation flow as you sample their specially curated list of spirits presented with a unique and individual set of mixers and garnishes to accentuate the inherent quality of each sip.
Roots Kitchen Bar has opened its doors at 30 Dickson Road for brunch, lunch and dinner, serving fine European food at casual dining prices.
Fresh ingredients, hot pans, and sharp knives are Derek, David and Andy’s beliefs in bringing delicious food to the table.
Diners are eating top table food at accessible prices. They are often delightfully surprised by the juxtaposition of seriously good food served in a relaxed no-airs restaurant and a $$ menu.
With its chef trained and grounded in fine cuisine, soups are mirepoix-prepared from scratch, as with the sauces, stocks, and jus where roasting, sautéing and blending are de rigueur in their preparation.
Whether it is the medium done London Broil Flank or Poached Egg Pancetta Carbonara, multiple techniques are used to retain the original flavours of the ingredients, fragrance of the vegetables, and to deliver the desired texture of the dish.
These made from scratch, no pre-mix approaches are what brought the chef and three partners from different backgrounds together. Alvin Tan hailed from 8 years cooking in fine French and European kitchens; Derek Ong has F&B management experience, whilst David Lim and Andy Li are from Design, IT & communication worlds respectively. A common thread runs in their diversity: they all love food, honest unpretentious, delicious food at decent prices.
A space became available in the relatively untapped but emerging nosh locale of Little India, especially with the much anticipated opening of the Rochor MRT Station.
The three foodies saw the potential for a landmark restaurant, firmed up the restaurant concept and exactly one month later, the new generation eatery, Roots Kitchen Bar, was born.
Behind the scene, renovations began immediately. With a classic brick & mortar decor, walls were peeled at the corners and lined by iron grills and edgy lighting frames. The undressed tables and service evoke a casual, friendly atmosphere. With rustic cellar vibes, the place beckons ‘Welcome’ to diners where they can feel right at home having a meal or drinks.
Roots serves fine European fare at casual dining prices, sans service charge or GST. On the menu, the star starter is the Mushroom Leek Fondue Soup which has diners asking for seconds. The Crabmeat Linguine in Lobster Bisque has very quickly become diners’ favourite pasta order. The Nagano Pork with Braised Cabbage side fights nose to nose with the London Broil Beef Flank in winning over meat lovers’ hearts.
For dessert, the Banana Bailey is the Chef’s unique take on the humble bread and butter pudding which has invariably garnered ‘must try’ recommendations from guests.
At the helm of the kitchen, Chef Alvin Tan, began his culinary career in the fine dining kitchen of Les Amis au Jardin, on to the Boathouse at the Fullerton where he started as chef de partie and quickly rose to be chef-in-charge. He was then headhunted out of Singapore 2 years ago to Velassaru, Maldives, where he was in charge of a signature restaurant.
Led by award-winning artisan baker, Eran Mayer, Artisan Boulangerie Co. is a contemporary bakery with a remarkable French influence, employing artisanal techniques with natural ingredients of the highest quality. Starting with the flour that is imported directly from a traditional flour mill outside of Paris to carefully sourced and selected produce from the best farms around the world. They bake their breads fresh daily with a taste unlike anything you’ll find in Singapore.
Artisan Boulangerie Co. has five outlets around the island and we are pleased to bring some French flair to the East Coast of Singapore.
Buttergrill is a new restaurant created by a few food enthusiasts who wanted to bring the best recipes to everyone.
Their concept team believed in finding the best ingredient, which are meticulously sourced from producers that share their ethos and the same satisfaction in what they do.
Their menu is all about creating butters that are tried and tested in their recipes. Butter is one of the oldest and most natural foods on the planet that has been a delicious part of the human diet for many years. With their special recipes, butters are now combined with current, innovative ideas and a twist to the taste, creating flavorful butters, which they take enormous pride in.
Admittedly, they are little obsessed. They spend their time researching and experimenting different cooking methods to bring out the most exquisite characteristics in their butters. Finally after many challenges and trial, grilling is the best for savoring the flavor and essence of butter. They serve their food, grilled using chosen butter to enhance the palate and want to get people as excited about food as they are.
Mon Bijou serves French pastries and desserts with a local twist and is the latest food & beverage brand by Millennium Hotels and Resorts.
Find a favorite from our all-day dining menu and a “Grab-and-Go” take-away counter. The open-concept seating bistro is also decked in classic earthly tones and has a glass panelled kitchen where diners can watch their meals prepared à la minute.
Artisan mastery at its finest, Mon Bijou’s desserts sport a bejewelled theme while take-away packaging dons pastel shades of green, pink and yellow and resemble jewellery boxes. From gemlike decorations to chocolate diamonds, dessert lovers can expect luxe offerings at affordable prices.
Nestled in Singapore's most popular beach at East Coast Park, Sunrise Bistro & Bar offers diners a quaint place to chill with its repertoire of cuisine, an extensive wine list and a good mix of small bites and sweets.
Helmed by its co-founder and chef with an impressive 22-year culinary experience, Mr Vincent Teng is affectionately known for his specialised skills in Sous Vide cooking, casual French fare cooked with a contemporary twist and a fine blend of creativity peppered with Asian flavors.
If you are in search of hearty casual French fare and extremely well-priced wines, mark Sunrise Bistro & Bar down on your TO-VISIT list.
Lounge café and bar, Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s has officially opened at the newly refurbished luxury boutique hotel, The Club. Located at the centre of this restored heritage building, Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s brings visitors through an all-day dining adventure. Poised as the living room and the starting point at The Club, the cafe features a unique concept catering to all diners at different times of the day.
Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s day to night dining experience offers a variety of menu options, that changes alongside the venue’s personality, presenting a distinctive atmospheric change throughout the day. Diners can expect to start the day with sumptuous breakfast tems in the ‘AM’, local gourmet main course items at ‘MM’ (mid-morning), and wine and dine items in the ‘PM’. Serving up a variety of brunch items with the usual suspects like bagels, eggs, pancakes, and toast, the all-day breakfast is a perfect fit for guests to start their day at.
While there in the mornings, be sure to savour the cafe’s signature ‘Maxwell’s Breakfast Fry Up’ featuring mouth-watering pork sausages, country-style baked beans with streaky bacon served with seared mushroom and fresh toast. Accompanied with a selection of Australia’s finest coffee beans from Sarnies, Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s lively chatter in the mornings centres around the latest happenings in the Ann Siang Hill area.
The cafe gradually changes once mid morning hits, welcoming the lunch time crowd with a variety of items including its take on the local bites. With 14 main course items to choose from, this little gem in the mid-mornings is a great place for its naturally flavorful food, with generous portions and interesting local creations. Expect culinary infusions such as the Wok Breath Waygu Beef featuring the wok-fried hor fun rice noodle with a rich XO sauce, silver sprouts and Waygu beef slices. Other specialties include The Club Burger, Maxwell’s Sandwich and the Lamb Rendang.
The Daily Roundup is the first café concept of The Lo & Behold Group. The menu focuses on classic crêpes and galettes with a uniquely tailored beverage programme to complement the distinctly light food offering.
Situated along Keong Saik Road at the foyer of The Working Capitol - a co-working hybrid space serving the community of budding entrepreneurs and knowledge workers - The Daily Roundup is a partnership between The Lo & Behold Group and The Working Capitol.
‘The Daily Roundup’ suggests a constant and routine meeting of minds that are denotative of The Working Capitol’s philosophy, while simultaneously alluding to the circular shape of an unfolded crêpe.
The Daily Roundup’s menu is timeless and impeccably focused – simple classics accentuated with distinctly premium ingredients. These include, but are not limited to flours sourced from the birthplace of crêpes - Brittany, France; black pepper mignonette from Indonesia and cherry vine tomatoes from Holland.
Made with 100% organic buckwheat flour, the savoury classics include the Complète or Complète Chorizo - consisting of artisan ham or Ibérico chorizo, French Comté cheese and a sunny side up. Other classics include the Scottish Smoked Salmon served with a crumbled hardboiled egg, homemade crème fraîche with cream cheese and capers; and Burrata consisting of incredibly fresh Italian burrata, juicy cherry vine tomatoes, arugula salad and homemade pesto.
The sweet crêpes are made with premium wheat flour, infused with artisanal butter by Jean-Yves Bordier. The menu features the traditional Lemon Butter Sugar, but also thoughtfully created specials such as Yuzu Butter, an Asian twist on the aforementioned classic. The sweet crêpes selection features delectably rich homemade sauces drizzled over the crepes, including Salted Caramel and Hazelnut. The sauces are The Daily Roundup’s very own recipes, made in-house daily.
Other gastronomic delights include specialty salads and soup - Salad Printemps with fresh mango, asparagus and avocado, Quinoa Spinach Salad with Moroccan spices, blue cheese and grapes and Chilled Gazpacho topped with diced celery and cucumber.
Contemporary Australian restaurant Luxe – a Sydney-based culinary concept that’s found its way to our shores.
The space is light and airy, and the atmosphere’s convivial. The minimalist, Scandinavian design and the whole white-and-green colour scheme blends perfectly with the restaurant’s brass accents. With a comfy lounge section and a spacious bar area at the front of the restaurant, Luxe offers light after-work mixes like the Palm Beach (a spritzer of Sipsmith Summer Cup, Riesling, pineapple gum, and hibiscus water) and the refreshing tamarind margarita right before diving into the food.
The lunch and dinner menus are precise (around six entrees and six mains to choose from), so you’ll have an easy time picking out whatever catches your attention. Starters like the pork sausage roll with fennel salad and the handmade buffalo mozzarella ravioli, not to mention buttery sausage roll, and the creamy buffalo mozzarella ravioli is the ultimate comfort food. For mains, the uncomplicated Luxe Burger will steel your heart with its perfectly-cooked grass-fed beef patty topped with melted cheese and spicy mayo.
The Bar & Billiard Room at Raffles Hotel marks a new era with its return to a storied and sophisticated, yet relaxed bar and lounge specialising in whisky, original and imaginative cocktails, craft beers and high quality cigars.
Noted as the oldest existing bar in its original location in Singapore, the Bar & Billiard Room will now present up to 400 curated whiskies alongside an entirely new cocktail list and bar menu.
With a beautiful room and outdoor covered terraces, the unique and historic setting at Bar & Billiard Room naturally lends itself to the new evolution. The Bar & Billiard Room will also serve as an everyday meeting place as well as for special occasions.
Christoph B. Nyfeler shares his 16 years of whisky experience as Raffles Singapore’s Resident Whisky Expert. Of the 400 hand selected whiskies, many are limited editions and directly imported for the bar. The whisky list boasts a strong Scottish presence with a good selection of American bourbons and Japanese whiskies rounding off the collection.
To add special interest, Christoph will host whisky events such as whisky appreciation masterclasses and whisky dinners regularly. He can also create exclusive whisky pairing menus for groups and corporate events of up to 20 people. You can share your individual taste preferences with Christoph who will then customise a dinner menu where courses are paired with different types of single malt whiskies.
Equal attention has been given to the new whisky-led cocktails created by Raffles Singapore Restaurant and Bar Operations Manager Randolph Velasco and his award-winning bartenders. With special skills and knowledge of infused liqueurs and house-made bitters, the team have based the bar’s new concoctions on classic cocktails with a modern twist in Menu highlights include the BBR 1896, a nod to the year the Bar & Billiard Room was established. The complex cocktail is a delight for the senses; the bourbon is first fat-washed in butter for a creamy mouth feel and savoury flavour, mixed with Angostura bitters, smoked with chamomile tea leaves for a subtle, floral aroma and finally garnished with a slice of orange peel.
The Old Nick was a favourite tipple for navy officers who needed some liquid courage before heading out to sea. The Bar & Billiard Room’s version is a combination of Scotch whisky, thyme liqueur, Dom Benedictine, orange and lemon bitters. The comprehensive cocktail menu encompasses other base spirits such as gin, tequila and vodka as well. Look forward to the Miss “H”, Randolph’s take on the ubiquitous martini featuring kiwi, Cointreau, lime, and muddled kiwi fruit.
Bar bites include a selection of sophisticated nibbles and more substantial sharing plates. An array of cold and hot dishes can either be enjoyed as an accompaniment to drinks or as full-fledged meal. Menu highlights include Crabmeat Cigars, shredded fresh crab meat wrapped in vine leaves.
For a sweet finish in keeping with the bar's theme, Chocolate Whisky Stones are available in three different flavours – dark, milk and white chocolate. The chocolate is first melted down and infused with whisky before being placed in moulds to resemble the whisky stones commonly used to chill the spirit without diluting the drink.
The Bar & Billiard Room also houses one of the five original billiard tables from the turn of the century and you are invited to have a game over drinks. On Friday and Saturday evenings, the bar will feature live jazz.
Small Plates Restaurant by night. Bakery Café by day - The Snack Culture Company creates exquisite bites of culture, inspired by cuisines of the world.
Their Small Plates Restaurant presents a unique ‘Around The World in 9 Small Plates’ Degustation Dinner every Friday and Saturday nights.
Enjoy the bakery cafe which serves coffee, drinks, gelato, desserts, cakes, buns. Come try some of their creations such as Beef Bulgogi Buns, Ayam Buah Keluak Buns, Chendol Gelato and Chendol Panna Cotta.