With a rich culinary identity that spans over three decades, two generations, and multiple locations across and off the shores of Singapore, homegrown restaurant chain New Ubin Group is pleased to announce the opening of its third outlet, New Ubin Zhongshan Park, located along the outskirts of Singapore’s Central Business District, in the vibrant Balestier commune.
The 150-seat restaurant, residing at the ground floor of four-star hotel Ramada by Wyndham Singapore at Zhongshan Park since December 2018, is the hotel’s mainstay dining concept. This marks New Ubin Group’s first hotel restaurant, and is the second outlet the Group has opened in 2018. Earlier in February 2018, the Group opened its first upscale restaurant in the heart of the city, within the icnoic CHIJMES cluster. Prior to this, New Ubin existed as a single tze char eatery in Hillview Avenue—where it continues to reside—with previous incarnations in the rustic Sin Ming Industrial Estate, Sixth Avenue along Bukit Timah Road, Marina Country Club and Clementi.
Both openings put the family-run business on an exciting growth trajectory as it sets out to create a ‘Truly Singaporean’ tze char experience that can hold its own in any context, under the second generation leadership of chef and chief executive officer Alexander Pang, alongside founder and chief operating officer Pang Seng Meng, and the Pang family.
A joint partnership between New Ubin and HH Properties Pte Ltd, New Ubin Zhongshan Park will be jointly managed and overseen by Alexander and the hotel’s senior management, alongside, a “New Ubin taskforce” comprising of chefs and service staff from the original Hillview eatery. This is done to ensure that the motivation remains the same across all three existing New Ubin outlets – to bring a ‘Truly Singaporean’ experience that’s rooted in a confluence of hearty and innovative tze char, fresh produce and kampong-style hospitality.
On Oct 11 in year 2017, a coffee shop and wet market in Jurong West were gutted by a blaze that broke out. Residents in Jurong West can now look forward to a new two-storey market, shopping and community complex that replaces the burnt market.
Hailing from Seoul, NY Night Market at 313@Somerset brings to Singapore a taste of the cosmopolitan markets in New York City, where visitors can discover and indulge in a plethora of Korean-fusion street snacks.
Their revamped menu has over 15 NEW dishes and beverages for patrons to indulge in! Tuck into highlights such as Waterfall Cheese Steak, Budaejjigae, Avocado Steak, Bibimbap, 30cm Steak Frites, Watermelon Super Bowl and many more.
They have also introduced Korean-inspired toasts (7 choices of fillings) exclusively at this new 313@Somerset outlet.
Well known and loved by millions of people across the world, Marks & Spencer offers high quality fashion, award-winning food and stylish homeware. Their VivoCity store has gone through a major revamp and now features an all-new Food Hall & Cafe.
Founded more than a century ago and with 1,000+ stores across 45+ countries, today Marks & Spencer is one of the UK’s leading retailers. They understand the importance of Quality, Value, Service, Innovation and Trust and live by these values in everything that they do. Through constant innovation, they make their own products and tailor the shopping experience to delight customers around the world.
Home-grown seafood and crab specialist JUMBO Seafood has unveiled its newest outlet at ION Orchard.
JUMBO Seafood ION Orchard marks a milestone in the restaurant brand’s history as it is their first outlet along Singapore’s premium shopping belt.
Established in 1987 at East Coast Seafood Centre, JUMBO Seafood is best known for serving high quality live seafood cooked Singapore-style – most notably its Award-Winning Chilli Crab, complemented with golden Deep Fried Mini Buns. Live seafood tanks are proudly displayed at every outlet, exhibiting the wide selection of live crabs, lobsters, fish and other pristine catch.
Introducing new and outlet-exclusive dishes that span dim sum and pao fan (rice in broth), to seafood signatures, JUMBO Seafood ION Orchard is set to impress with quality Singapore-style cuisine in an upscale dining hall with a panoramic view of the city.
Shoppers can drop by JUMBO Seafood ION Orchard on weekdays from 11:30am to 3:30pm (last order 2:45pm) to enjoy a dim sum lunch, as well as on Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays for high tea, between 2:30pm and 5:30pm (last order 4:45pm).
For the first time, JUMBO Seafood’s Award-Winning Chilli Crab is presented in bite-sized portions as a dim sum – delicate crab meat in a sweet and spicy chilli crab gravy provides the moreish filling for the Baked JUMBO Chilli Crab Puffs and Pan Fried JUMBO Chilli Crab Buns. The former features flaky and buttery puff pastry, while the latter presents a delightful medley of flavours and textures with its soft, hand-crimped ‘hat’ top and crisp edges.
Diners can also look forward to other highly-recommended dim sum and innovative creations such as Steamed Rice Rolls with Prawns and ‘Laksa’ Sauce; cloaked in an aromatic laksa gravy are fresh prawns in silky thin cheong fan rolls; Steamed Prawn Dumplings with Black Truffle and Steamed Shiitake Mushrooms with Black Pepper Buns each hand-made bun resembles a mushroom; complete with a realistic streaky ‘cap' and reveals a robust combination of shiitake mushrooms and black pepper within.
Touting itself as the first Asian fast food joint in Singapore, Hawker's mission hits all the right spots – serving local favourites that are close to our hearts at affordable prices. Expect a quick, casual and fuss-free experience right in the heart of Marina Bay at its flagship unit at Esplanade's Annexe.
Launched by No Signboard Seafood group, Hawker offers a unique range of Singapore-themed burgers such as the ever-popular Chilli Crab, Nasi Lemak, Satay Chicken and Chicken Rice, all crafted by a team comprising a food scientist and creative chef.
Reprovisions is a new zero-waste bulk store which is now open in Jurong Point. You can even get freshly grounded nut butter (without any additional oil, salt or sugar) on the spot!
Reprovisions is a bulk food store where you can purchase various unpackaged items through the weigh-and-pay concept.
They serve your needs and cravings as they stock healthful foods such as superfoods, nuts and dried fruits, as well as eclectic indulgences such as long licorice candies and handmade chocolates. They also cater to homemakers and cooking enthusiasts with their range of spice blends, Asian mixes and staples.
At Reprovisions, they aim to provide you with items from the best sources, so you can refill and relish with them!
Singaporean street-food kiosk Hello Baby opened earlier this month in popular tourist attraction, Chinatown Street Market, serving vegan street food such as egg-free frittatas and vegan crab sliders.
Opened by the same folks who are behind vegan restaurant/bar HRVST; they are redefining and challenging your ideas of veganism. You don’t have to be vegan to eat vegan. You don’t have to be vegan to like their food. You don’t even have to like vegetables. They’re grubby, delicious and fun. Their food just happen to be vegan.
The lovely Demspey Hill is now home to Greenwood Fish Market's latest and biggest outlet. The newly-opened 8,300 sq ft multi-concept restaurant is a wholesale seafood retail market, full-bar lounge, florist and restaurant, all under one roof.
Greenwood Fish Market offers more than just fresh seafood. They offer an entire experience. Expect to find the most exquisite, gargantuan and outlandish seafood at this neighbourhood fish shop. Well-stocked with products from the waters of Canada, Holland, America, New Zealand, Australia, and even South Korea, their ice bed displays are always kept in abundance-reminiscent of fish mongers in Australia. With so many live products to choose from, each visit promises to be unique.
GRUB has established a 2nd outlet in Balestier, located within the HomeTeam-NS JOM Clubhouse in Ah Hood Road. This new joint is a poolside alfresco burger bistro, with a food truck counter concept. They are looking forward to offering the same delicious juicy burgers and ice cold beers, this time with a beautiful pool view!
Similar to their Bishan outlet, they plan to maintain their family-friendly focus and will be organizing children's activities every month.
GRUB is proud to be part of The Food Explorer Group, a home-grown brand conceptualised and run by 4 young local entrepreneurs. Having built Cookyn Inc, Singapore’s premier cooking events company, the quartet have also added redpan, a modern Singaporean bistro at Marina Square to their repertoire of ‘food exploring’ adventures.
With an ambience of intimacy and exceptional cuisine, The Boiler satisfies diners of all appetites. Go experience the seduction of the freshest seafood, greatest music and endless booze at The Boiler. Gather your family and friends and soak up the best camaraderie and dining experience ever before. They promise you tasty fingers by the end of your meal.
The Boiler is a multi-award-winning restaurant that serves up fresh seafood (known as seafood boil) together with strong bold sauces, which are infused with both local and western spices. It aims to ignite your five senses by bringing back the harmonious spirit of fresh tasty seafood and unassuming dining atmosphere all under one roof.
In 2008, the owner, a banker-turned restaurateur, was introduced to a seafood boil restaurant in L.A. by his relatives. It was love at first sight. The owner was intrigued by the rich Cajun culture and was determined to share the joy of this communal experience back to his family and friends. After countless backyard crab feasts, he finally created the flavours that boast a fusion of Asian and American spices. This secret recipe comprises 11 different spices and ingredients, which the owner himself packs up every night after the restaurant closes.
Nestled in the iconic Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall, Sinfonia Ristorante strives to deliver a fine dining experience that is accessible for all gourmands. Sinfonia Ristorante seeks to be the home where eating is always a pleasure, with quality seasonal ingredients as the basis of good cuisine. Indulge in a multi-sensorial dining experience within the majestic space, adorned with elegant decor, impressive high ceilings and Corinthian columns.
With over 18 years of experience under his belt, Chef Simone Depalmas helms the culinary team of Sinfonia Ristorante. He acquired his hard-won culinary expertise while working as an executive chef in renowned hotels and restaurants. Chef Simone is a passionate advocate of using the best quality seasonal ingredients. He believes that simple dishes can be sophisticated and refined, by harnessing the natural flavours with creative culinary techniques and a keen attention to detail. Led by Chef Simone, the restaurant showcases the best ingredients with innovative culinary creations that feature balanced textures and contrasting flavours.
Greenwood Fish Market offers more than just fresh seafood. They offer an entire experience. Expect to find the most exquisite, gargantuan and outlandish seafood at Greenwood Fish Market. Visit their latest & 3rd outlet which is now open at Valley Point.
Since 2003, Greenwood Fish Market has taken pride in delighting customers through their culinary craft and seasonal menus. They import and retail exotic cold water seafood from all over the globe, including fresh oysters, swordfish, Boston lobsters, Dungeness crabs and more.
Whether you choose to enjoy these seafood in their restaurant or to purchase them from their retail section, be assured that quality is their utmost priority. Moreover, with shipments that vary from week to week, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
With New Ubin Seafood at Chijmes, you can now have a truly Singaporean experience at CHIJMES. Look forward to the same hearty cze-char dishes with innovative creations that they love and hope you do too.
Expect signature dishes like US Black Angus Rib Eye Beef with Heart Attack Fried Rice as well as Hokkien Mee Special, amidst other new creations that will only be available at their CHIJMES outlet.
New Ubin Seafood’s beginnings can be traced back to the island of Pulau Ubin itself, where a humble home served up kampong-style seafood to all who visited Ubin’s North shore, developing a reputation for serving fresh, authentic and delicious seafood in an laid-back and relaxing environment. With acquisition of Pulau Ubin by the Singapore government in year 1992, New Ubin Seafood moved to the mainland.
Hailing from Seoul, NY Night Market at Westgate brings to Singapore a taste of cosmopolitan markets in New York City where one can find a wide array of international street foods, as well as exciting Western fusion delights with a unique Korean touch.
NY Night Market brings to the table a taste of cosmopolitan markets in New York City, where one can find a dizzying array of international street foods. Of course, they’ve added their own Korean touches, so you can also expect lots of unique fusion dishes such as TOPOKKI CURRY with whipped cream, ROSTI with BULGOGI BEEF, and sautéed shrimp doused in CHEESE FONDUE sauce!
Long Beach, the restaurant with more than 70 years of history, is a household name to many seafood lovers in Singapore and overseas. Patrons can now look forward to another convenient location to enjoy Long Beach's signature Black Pepper Crab at their latest outlet, Long Beach @ Stevens.
Established in 1946 at Bedok Rest House along Old Bedok Road, Long Beach is probably one of the oldest and most popular seafood restaurants in Singapore that always seems to draw in a neverending stream of diners.
Long Beach has been conferred many culinary awards and has been recommended by all manner of TV food programs and food guides both locally and internationally.
Crabs are a must to order at Long Beach. They have more than 30 ways of cooking crabs!
Managed by NTUC Foodfare, the dual concept hawker centre offers both traditional food stalls and “hipster” cuisine not commonly found at local food centres here that will appeal to younger patrons.
Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre is the first hawker centre in Pasir Ris Town. Within walking distance from the Pasir Ris MRT station, residents of the area can expect a vibrant centre with good food at affordable prices.
With more 800 seats at the new centre; the stalls and dining area are arranged in a singular fan-shaped profile, facing the Pasir Ris Town Park, which will give patrons a unique ‘dining in a park’ experience. Various family-friendly amenities are included in this new centre, such as the availability of lowered seating for children and the elderly. There are diaper changing and nursing rooms on both levels of the hawker centre. Three passenger lifts will also make access more convenient for both patrons and stallholders. The hawker centre is a place for community bonding and social interaction for residents and visitors of Pasir Ris.
Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre is one of the 10 new centres announced by the Government in 2012.
Food For Tots is the newest concept of the Food For Thought group - a self-service kids café that aims to encourage a love for Good Food in children. Situated in Asia’s first garden dedicated to children, Food For Tots draws influences from Jacob Ballas Children’s Gardens’ mission to cultivate an appreciation for the natural environment.
Inspired by its location amidst a lush landscape of flora and fauna, their eco-conscious café features an upcycled colander light installation and a potted herb wall – all in alignment with the Gardens’ mission to instil a love of nature in visitors.
Food for Tots' intimate space also boasts an interactive play area and weekly programmes for the little ones, so let the children come and play while you indulge in our all-day brunch items for all the delicious reasons.
Taking the phrase “it’s a bit of a stretch” quite literally is Say Chiizu – the irresistibly Instagrammable Hokkaido-style cheese toast that has taken Thailand by storm with its ‘pull-factor’, and is now set to ‘pull’ in the fans from Singapore as well.
Proudly owned by Say Chiizu Pte Ltd in Singapore, the brand will open its first outlet on 15 January at VivoCity and Singaporeans can expect more stores dotted throughout the island in shopping malls such as White Sands Shopping Centre, 313@Somerset and The Clementi Mall in the first quarter 2018. Aside from takeaway kiosks, the brand will also be opening a café in central Singapore in February, this year. There are plans to open 10 outlets by the end of 2018.
A cut above the rest, Say Chiizu’s famous cheese is made with specially imported Japanese milk, thus resulting in a deliciously premium flavour. It is then mixed with a blend of fresh cheeses such as mozzarella to create the optimum texture for that unmistakable ‘cheese-pull’, while staying true to the brand’s emphasis on using ingredients with no additives or preservatives.
The brand’s commitment to making ‘your smile their happiness’ is evident in its ultra-stretchy cheese pull and bright cutesy package, modelled after one of the co-founders’ nickname ‘Bear’. Snugly wrapped in a ‘kawaii' (Japanese for ‘cute’) sunny yellow ‘bear’ sleeve with a smile made up of the Japanese words for ‘Say Chiizu’ the cheese is served between crisp slices of pillowy homemade Hokkaido milk toast while remaining invitingly melty within. Customers can expect a subtle savoury-sweet flavour in every bite that will satisfy all dairy cravings.
On Oct 11 last year, a coffee shop and wet market in Jurong West were gutted by a blaze that broke out. Residents in Jurong West can look forward to a new two-storey market, shopping and community complex that replaces the burnt market.
Built by the Housing and Development Board and expected to be ready by the end of next year; the new premises will cost an estimated S$6.2 million and a 420 sq m market with 35 stalls, a 433 sq m coffee shop on the ground floor and a hub for active ageing upstairs.
Nestled inside The Plaza on Beach Road, Uni Gallery by OosterBay is a hidden gem featuring an extensive range of Uni and premium Sashimi, scoured and air-flown from Japan, USA and Canada. It is food heaven for all uni and sashimi fanatics!
Air-flown to Singapore 3 to 4 times a week, Uni Gallery's Uni and Sashimi are of the best quality and freshness.
From Canadian Aka Uni to Higashizawa Shiro Uni and Hadate Shiro Uni, you name it all, they have them fresh at Uni Gallery. If you love Uni, you are really going to love them!
We've all had our fix of delicious Acaí in all shapes and sizes, but never quite like one by Beriwell which serves Singapore's first Acaí soft serve.
Get your taste of The Amazon, the Beriwell way - their Acaí Superswirl is dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan-friendly. Packed with nutrients, this tasty treat can be enjoyed guilt free at any time of the day!
Swing by, say hi and enjoy an Açaí soft serve at Beriwell's quaint little spot, located right in the heart of Katong.
At Beriwell, they’re all about living well and feeding your soul through colourful, flavourful and nutritious refreshments and desserts.
Sichuan Kungfu Fish is a powerhouse in the selection of deep-sea fish and ingredients to produce the best grilled fish dishes around the world. With its unique cooking techniques, combined with the accurate measurements of ingredients and nutrition practices, all dishes are prepared to give the best taste and experience to customers.
Mr Qi Chunhua, founder of Sichuan KungFu Fish, is a connoisseur of Sichuan food and has traveled all over China and the world, to perfect his craft of grilled fish. He has tasted all kinds of traditional fish dishes, continuously looking for improvement and innovation. When Qi visited the United States in the early years, the college campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology left a great impression on him.
Inspired by the ocmpetitveness and creative atsmosphere of MIT and after two years of extensive research, Qi launched a network of deep-sea fish restaurants known as MIT Catering, now Sichuan KungFu Fish.
Kampung Glam is now home to FOMO, a new hipster food court which houses 7 eateries all under one roof.
In synonymous with ‘fear of missing out’, FOMO desires to bring about a collective of various neighbourhood food kakis to satisfy any heart, soul of a true foodie.
Anchored in the heart of Kampong Glam, FOMO is a hip-styled food court which transports its patrons to feast on its unique experience for all senses. From a tropical-paradise themed ambience with Instagrammable facades, private courtyard, local and trendy affordable food choices, to craft beers and wine selections, FOMO is a vibrant destination to be at.
FoodPhilo is a “American Grill Food Truck” concept with a menu featuring a wide variety of beef, chicken, pork, seafood plus over 20 types of sides.
The short form for Food Philosophy, FoodPhilo is a new 66-seater casual restaurant located in the heart of Changi Business Hub. They offer 'Design Your Own Plate' concept whereby you can customise your own well-balanced meal with a choice of one protein, one carb, one side and two vegetables.
FiSK Seafoodbar & Market is the new consumer-focused destination for lovers of quality seafood that combines dining and retail in a single seamless ‘Seafarer to Chef’ experience in the heart of the city on Stevens Road.
Steeped in Norwegian heritage and at the forefront of the ‘Blue Revolution’, FiSK Seafoodbar & Market leverages on the extensive experience of its parent company, Snorre Food, and the most innovative and technologically astute harvesting systems to bring to the table and the retail counter the best of Norwegian and coldwater seafood, as well as others sourced from around the world, from an 18-meter long display and other gourmet products, some only available at the Market.
Dine-in customers can savour meals prepared by an experienced culinary team with quality ingredients highlighting culinary techniques that bring to the fore their natural flavours. Diners can choose to shop afterward at the Market for seafood, ready takeaways and Nordic products, as well as consult expert staff to create inspired meals at home. Customers can also organise private social gatherings within its beautiful Modern Scandinavian-inspired 4,000 sq ft space.
Escape city life and get into a holiday mood at Bayswater Kitchen, a seafood-centric restaurant located on Keppel Island. Featuring seasonal produce like whole fish and lobsters, this casual indoor and alfresco dining space is perfect for any social occasion.
Overlooking the Marina at Keppel Bay, Bayswater Kitchen is a celebration of all things related to the sea, from the fresh produce to the relaxing Mediterranean atmosphere. The approachable seafood-centric menu revolves around seasonality, freshness and bringing forward inherent flavours and textures. The open kitchen, raw seafood bar and live fish tanks create an approachable setting where Chef de Cuisine Jack Allibone works with sustainably-sourced ingredients, including wild-caught seafood where possible.
Emphasising the restaurant’s location and contributing to the overall laidback feel, the indoor and al fresco area are designed to offer the perfect waterfront getaway where guests can unwind and have fun.
Founded 160 years ago, Hédiard has been specializing in the art of surprising all gift recipients since and assisting thoughtful givers. Hédiard invites you to a new gourmet gifts retail experience at “LE KIOSQUE” located at Scotts Square!
Soak up a Parisian ambience while shopping among the tempting merchandise. At LE KIOSQUE, the discerning shopper can make selections in person for all sorts of made-to-order gifts, from the smaller stocking-filler item to an overflowing hamper. Guided by knowledgeable staff, you can shop confidently from tried and trusted Hédiard good items, perhaps daring to branch out into hitherto unknown flavours and products.
The art of presentation is not overlooked:
Hédiard’s signature shades of red and black set off every gift, in the form of immaculately put-together boxes secured with perfectly-tied bows. With convenient daily opening hours of 11.00am to 9.30 pm, LE KIOSQUE is set to be the go-to destination for seasonal and year-round French fare. But whether ordering online or in person at the store, customers benefit from same-day delivery throughout Singapore. The pleasure of the Hédiard experience is not just for Christmas; rather, these sumptuous gourmet delights presented in all their splendour, à-la-Française, create a memorable impression to last the whole year long!
Hypermarket chain, Giant launched Vendmart at its Tampines and IMM Jurong hypermarkets. Vendmart is the 1st of Giant's continued commitment to your shopping experience and also the concept of several vending machines retailing products from local companies.
A total of 17 vending machines are available. One even dispenses popular local favorite, Chili Crabs!
One of the goals of the Vendmart initiative is to support local start-ups and entrepreneurs by giving them an avenue to promote their brand and products.
Randy Indulgence is a healthy Cereal and Acai bar located in the bustle of the CBD at Tanjong Pagar Centre that offers great taste and superfood goodness Acai, minus the second guessing.
Be it any time of the day, Randy Indulgence will help you get it started feeling great and closing it with a sweet bang. Not to mention you can now enjoy ice cream in a healthier way with their fruit and ice cream fusion plus a dash choice cereals for the added crunch factor in your creamy snack.
There is always room for dessert when you don't have to answer to calorie calculator, and there is never a wrong time for a good snack with them!
Platform M by Ministry of Food (MOF) is a one stop food station that creates a space, evoking memories of a colonial past. It is a themed foodhall reminiscent of a heritage railway station with decorative period elements and showcases 9 restaurant concepts with 1 fruit juice concept.
A melting pot of exciting Local Delights & Coffee, Cantonese Kitchen, Korean, Japanese, Western and Northern Chinese cuisine all located in a one-stop food station.
At Plaftorm M, you can enjoy food fare from MOF's 9 food concepts which are;
Hawkerman™ is a collection of curated stories representing Singapore’s Hawker fares with the combined history of more than 130 years. In this latest concept by Tenderfresh Group, the best of the ‘street food’ recipes from across Singapore were handpicked and delivered to you at a single location.
From crispy fried farm fresh spring chicken by Tenderfresh to delicious 60’s Hokkien Mee fried with the distinctive prawn broth from Warong Kim’s, or the healthy stew of 7 key ingredients that makes up the Rainbow fillings; a heritage recipe handed down since 1977 to make their Ah Boy’s Hokkien popiah, there’s always something for everyone.
Introducing a new way to indulge in comfort food in the Central Business District; OUE Re:Store is an automated deli service at Downtown Gallery that serves up heritage food by renowned chefs along with an efficient order and pick-up system.
With a curated menu designed by renowned chefs from around Asia including William Wongso, Malcolm Lee, Sau del Rosario and KF Seetoh, OUE Re:Store offers an array of irresistible dining options available at literally, one’s fingertips.
This convenient service allows consumers to place their order along with a preferred pick up time, where their orders are then assigned to a vault personalised with their names for them to collect after – granting the CBD crowd a more efficient dining experience, away from lengthy lunch hour queues. Prices of food will range between SGD8 and SGD12.
Now you don't have to head to Busan for authentic Korean Fishcakes! Head down to ION Orchard and have a taste of Busan today at Samjin Amook.
Founded in 1953, Samjin has the longest history in fishcake industry in Korea.
For 65 years, Samjin has dedicated itself to the most efficient and high quality production system. Samjin has 3 Manufacturing Sites in Busan, Korea.
In 2011, Samjin has changed the fishcake market trend dramatically. They have turned around the public perception by starting bakery-style stores.
They redefined “Fishcake” from unsanitary street food to sanitary high quality food. Samjin supplies to wholesale markets such as Costco. Embracing their success in Korean market, Samjin looks to take the next step toward a global market.
L.A.'s hottest food truck sensation, The Lime Truck has landed in sunny Singapore!
The Lime Truck won Season 2 of Food Network's The Great Food Truck Race in 2011 and was placed on Yahoo's Top 10 Trucks In America list for three years running from 2012.
Food truck entrepreneur and celebrity chef Daniel Shemtob brings the acclaimed California-based The Lime Truck to Singapore.
Housed as a brick-and-mortar façade within PasarBella @ Suntec City, the brand’s first venture out of the United States showcases a menu centred around hip and inventive tacos along with other Latin American-inspired street food.
Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar's second outlet in Singapore will be opening on 16 October, bringing to the lively Katong neighbourhood the restaurant’s signature fresh, quality lobsters at incomparable prices.
Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar takes pride in serving the finest live lobsters. Wild caught lobsters are air-flown direct weekly from the Atlantic Coast and stored in Pince & Pint’s very own cutting edge deep sea tanks. A curated range of beverages and impeccable service complement the superstars on its menu: The Lobster Roll, light and crispy rolls stuffed with hearty chunks of sweet lobster and seasoned with a house speciality mix of condiments, and the inimitable Live Whole Lobster, served with choice of either grilled or steamed versions and accompanied with sides of chef’s salad, straight cut fries and butter sauce.
The 60-seater restaurant is nestled along the charming, heritage-rich streets of Katong. Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar Katong brings with its grand opening two new additions to its communal-friendly menu.
Chomp on a different take of everyone’s favourite meat-and- patty combination, The Lobster Burger with its juicy, lip-smacking lobster patty in the middle. Or slurp away on a dish closer to the local’s palate, The Lobster Noodles.
Set within a fun and inviting ocean-themed enclave, Sea & Blue is a Continental and Korean buffet concept that presents one of Singapore’s most well-curated spreads outside a hotel setting. Launched in August 2017, Sea & Blue is making waves at its home in Marina Bay Sands by offering over 100 delectable food selections to feed every craving.
This scrumptious premium buffet features the freshest seafood, succulent roasts and a myriad of Western highlights, Japanese fare, local favourites and a large range of mouth-watering Korean dishes and desserts. Multiple 'live' cooking and carving stations dot this huge space and hungry customers will love the open kitchen concept as they watch the skilled chefs preparing their food a la minute.
The inviting entrance of Sea & Blue beckons with its nautical nuances of blue, orange and white. The wooden bottom of a boat, complete with oars, sits in the middle of the ceiling and is surrounded by ‘waves’. The maritime theme continues with five dinghy-inspired booth seats in the front of the restaurant and the walls are decorated with different creatures of the deep like whales, dolphins, fish, crabs, squid and starfish–giving diners the feeling of dining under the ocean!
The seating capacity of this cavernous restaurant totals an astonishing 350 and also consists of several private rooms and a function room.
At Project Acai, they blend their acai manually in small batches using Sambazon Superfruit packs. While this process is certainly more time-consuming and labour intensive, as a dedicated and acai focused café, they wouldn’t choose to do it any other way. Blending frozen acai is a practice that has been in place since acai first made its way out of Brazilian shores in the late 90s, and is still widely practiced today.
Project Acai focus on offering the best flavours that the superfruit can offer. From a variety of acai bowls to deliciously thick smoothies - they've got something for everyone. Completely dairy-free and Vegan friendly with no artificial flavourings or sweeteners. Visit their 3rd and newest outlet on East Coast Road.
The acai fruit has up to 10 times more antioxidants than blueberries, is a great vegan source of essential heart fats, and also helps to control cholesterol. It's high in fibre, and low GI, allowing you to feel satisfied even with a small portion.
Giving you the best acai out there is important to Project Acai, which is why they have chosen to use the world's first and only Fair Trade Verified and Certified Organic acai.
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.
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.
Following JR Vending's well-received Chef-In-Box VendCafe pilot project (jointly facilitated by Spring Singapore and the Housing Board) at Anchovale Drive, you can now find their new branch at Ang Mo Kio MRT station.
VendCafe's concept is about a cluster of vending machines which dispense hot meals around the clock.
A 3rd VendCafe will follow very soon this month and it is located at Lakeside MRT station. Both the Ang Mo Kio and Lakeside VendCafes will open from 7am to 11pm daily.
Ang Mo Kio MRT station's VendCafe has over 90 food and beverage options for any hungry or curious people. The ready-to-be-dispensed meals are cooked and packaged daily at a central kitchen, and will be replenished twice a day by an on-site staff member.
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.
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.
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.
Basil By ThaiExpress is a Thai restaurant with a young and fresh take on Thai cuisine. Their dishes have a strong emphasis on fresh Thai herbs.
Staying true to their roots from ThaiExpress, their chefs in Basil have meticulously crafted a unique menu full of fresh interpretations of familiar Thai food. From the iconic Red Tom Yum Soup to the Crispy Basil Chicken Wings, Basil by ThaiExpress is bound to excite and appeal to everyone.
Tradition is at the heart and soul of what is served up on your platters at K-Tower. Located along Amoy Street, K-Tower started out as a vision to bring together close family and friends to dine as one, engaging in the cooking of seafood together, and to savour the freshness of seafood.
Inspired by the “9 Layer Seafood” in the recent travels of the founders to Korea, K-Tower uniquely represents the latest gastronomical hit of the seafood tower that was recently sparked off in Korea. Keeping to the authentic Korean style of the seafood tower, fresh seafood is steamed within the tower, with varieties of seafood stacked up in tiers, where the essence of seafood trickles downwards and amalgamates in a steaming hot pot of goodness.
True to its belief that seafood must be enjoyed fresh and delivering the succulent juices of the ocean to your very tastebuds, K-Tower seeks to transform your dining experience when it comes to delicacies from the sea, by having live seafood tanks within the restaurant itself. As K-Tower says it, it’s all about “The goodness of the ocean, all in one steaming pot”.
Eliminating the complications of hunting down good-quality seafood, Cajun on Wheels is a new seafood chain that provides the enjoyment of premium seafood dishes in absence of any ostentatiousness. Their 2nd outlet is now at Plaza Singapura.
In true American fashion, Cajun on Wheels takes on the spirit of the gourmet food truck, catering fresh and quintessentially Louisiana-style seafood cuisine without the fuzz. Dunk those fingers into the different choices of seafood buckets great for sharing among family and friends, enjoying a delicious mess. For the on-the-goers, simply choose one of the Ocean boxes that includes a main protein and a wide selection of wholesome side-dishes.
Launching soon in January 2017, ClubCo is turning co-working on its head. They are committed in providing a lifestyle working experience for individuals and businesses through the integration of cutting-edge workspaces, premium meeting rooms, versatile function areas and collaborative event spaces with their established lifestyle restaurant, cafe and bar. Instead of paying for your workspace, 100% of your membership fee can be redeemed for food, beverage and other club services available.
Membership packages are tailored to suit your requirements and deliver all-inclusive benefits in an environment that revolves around networking and learning whilst being supported by great food, coffee and drinks from their restaurant, Club Meatballs.
Serving a diverse menu revolving around meatballs where you 'choose your own food adventure', every meal can be created differently in Club Meatballs. With a happening bar, Club Meatballs is also a great spot to socialise, network or conduct your casual meetings throughout the day. You can also book parties and events in Club Meatballs where they can help you bring in bands and other entertainments to suit your requirements. All using your club membership account, so you will be cashless while ordering food and drinks in Club Meatballs.
With its mellow, refined flavours and wholesome preparation methods, Teochew cuisine requires utmost skill and attention to detail – which is why Imperial Treasure insists on importing the requisite exotic seafood and hiring the most experienced chefs to perpetuate this exceptional heritage. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine is now at ION Orchard.
At Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine, a spread of fresh seafood, marinated meats, and enticing desserts are available to patrons. The classic Steamed Pomfret in Teochew Style, melting in your mouth with a delicate sweetness, is guaranteed to win you over.
Established in 1976, Red House Seafood has built a strong reputation of pairing fresh seafood with Asian flavours. The esteemed home-grown restaurant chain's latest branch is at Clarke Quay and it will open on 16 December 2016.
Over the years, Red House Seafood has built a strong reputation for good quality, fresh seafood specialising in Asian seafood dishes and Singaporean favourites such as Crabs in Red House Chilli Stew and their Scottish Brown Crabs. Their intimate attention to flavours makes them popular amongst locals, expatriates and tourists.
Inspired by the fresh, exceptionally tasty, and dare they say, healthy varieties of Mexican food which exist, from Baja California to the Suchiate river, Mex Out will save your taste buds, and transform your appetites forever. Their 4th outlet is now at Vivo City.
Mex Out’s restaurants use only uses the the freshest quality meats, seafood, dairy, and vegetables in their food. Guacamole is made fresh in-house everyday using fresh avocado, mashed and seasoned with just the right amount of lime, salt, and small amounts of red onions, jalapeno peppers, tomato and cilantro. The pico de gallo is also made fresh daily with diced tomatoes, red onions, cilantro, lime juice and salt.
East Japan Railway Company (JR East) announces that its first overseas venture, JAPAN RAIL CAFE, will open on 4th December 2016. The new travel themed café is located on the level 1 of Tanjong Pagar Centre, the tallest building connected to Tanjong Pagar MRT Station.
Aiming to promote travel to Japan, JAPAN RAIL CAFE will provide Japan lovers with a one stop Japan-like experience including the latest Japanese products such as trendy items and convenient rail ticketing service for Japan rail passes. It will also serve as a platform to communicate unique information to Singaporeans about the less known travel destinations in Japan.
The café food menu at JAPAN RAIL CAFE adopts a combination of various F&B recipes developed by JR East Food Business (JFEB), a food subsidiary under the JR East Group owning more than 50 brands of F&B outlets in Tokyo. At the café, a range of daily Japanese food such as burger sets, sandwich sets and rice bowls will be served. Every month, a special menu will be launched featuring a few representative dishes of the monthly featured region.
Picnic is now in Wisma Atria. They are a multi-cuisine communal dining restaurant that combines the buzz and energy of a food truck park with an immersive outdoor park experience.
Taste The Flavours Of The World. Picnic's 13 food trucks and stalls span a range of both heritage favourites and contemporary dishes across a wide range of cuisines. Taste your way around the world from Japan and Korea to Italy and France.
An Immersive Outdoor Experience. Choose to dine in a flower conservatory or on a Picnic lawn under a canopy of trees! With a dynamic ambience that changes according to the weather, seasons and time of day, they promise that every visit will be unique.
Modern Asian Brasserie styled Eating House & Bar, Ash & Char, has opened its doors.
Ash & Char Eating House & Bar delivering the usual café-suspects at lunch, transforms into an intimate diner come nightfall; delivering Asian flavors perforated with subtle nuances of charred and smoked elements in a modern diner settings. The successful mix of casual and tasty beckons you to visit with a bunch of friends.
Wine, dine and party the night away on the water’s edge of Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay at Monti, the waterfront’s latest lifestyle destination.
Monti combines the best of food, drink and entertainment at the iconic Fullerton Pavilion. The sexy multi-concept space, with panoramic tunes of the entire Marina Bay, is a novel destination for more than dinner and drinks. Monti evolves from an elegant dining experience into the perfect spot for late-night cocktails with life DJ sets.
Combining personalised service, modern interpretations of Italian food, fresh craft cocktails and an unparalleled nightlife experience, Monti is the set to be the bay’s new jewel.
Zipang is the ancient word for Japan meaning Island of Gold.
Zipang provides a modern Japanese experience in a relaxed, yet sophisticated atmosphere. It welcomes you to indulge in an impressive selection of contemporary Japanese dishes and fine drinks.
The interior uses natural and rustic materials, such as granite, marble and wood. Rose gold-plated steel bars, crimson upholstery, velvet curtains, and walls hand-painted with a gold leaf effect, create a delightful setting suitable for social and business gatherings.
A second En Sakaba restaurant has now opened on the West at JEM.
En Sakaba blur the lines between tachinomiya (standing bar) and izakaya (bar with seats), which is now popular among trendy bar hoppers in Japan’s major cities. Set in a chic but casual bistro bar setting, En Sakaba will focus on offering a variety of Japanese influenced tapas that are best paired with sake and beer.
The drink menu emphasize is on sake, and it would feature fine selection of Japanese sakes in top grade, carefully selected wines and reasonably priced liqueurs and beer. Sake connoisseurs could look forward to 30 brands of award winning sake to choose from.
The black Swan is a distinctive Grand Café and Bar serving a fresh take on European bistro classics. Set in a historic Art Deco building at the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District, The Black Swan injects new life and glamour into the core of the CBD precinct.
NOW Noodles+ all started with the love for Kevin Khoo's aunt’s Dry Laksa and Dry Mee Siam and wanting to share the goodness of these two noodles with others.
To make up the menu, he added another signature dish – a fried Mee Tai Mak with century egg; as well as my family’s traditional Heng Hwa Noodle Soup. And for guests who do not eat meat or seafood, they cooked up a Vegetarian Mee Goreng as an option.
Using only the freshest of ingredients, they make their soup base and rempah from scratch.
The kitchen is helmed by Cordon Bleu graduate Chef Brandon who appreciates traditional family recipes yet enjoys experimenting with new flavours.
Beyond noodles, they have also created a few sweets for that happy ending to your meal.
The second concept by the chef-owners of My Little Spanish Place, My Little Tapas Bar offers an authentic Spanish tapas experience along Club Street in Singapore. The bar offers homemade ‘conserves’ by the team, a solid drinks list with only Spanish wines and spirits, as well as a selection of lesser known tapas and modern interpretations.
From humble beginnings of a small hawker stall at Defu Lane to a flagship restaurant iconic Singapore Flyer, Seafood Paradise was the first restaurant by Paradise Group and had set the base to grow into a culinary selection of restaurants catering to both the local and international market. They have now opened at the iconic Marina Bay Sands.
Chief among these delectable creations is our own take on the Singapore Chilli Crab – a version that is well-received by tourists, seniors and children alike. But most celebrated of all is probably our Creamy Butter Crab made from secret ingredients known only to Paradise chefs.
FOC Sentosa – conceptualised by celebrated chef Nandu Jubany, the same man behind FOC Hongkong Street – is the island’s new beachside restaurant and bar with a pool deck and alfresco lounge chairs overlooking the South China Sea.
The thoughtfully-crafted contemporary Mediterranean dishes, comprise of cold and hot tapas dishes like the addictive Cod Fish & Spinach Caldoso Rice and Chicken Wings Sandwich, to pair with cocktails by award-winning mixologist Dario Knox.
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.
Mercado Spanish Food Market has hit the CBD with a splash of colours, lifting up the dull and stressful working atmosphere. Head there for a quick breakfast with their cold-pressed juices that are limited in stock as they get the bottles fresh daily.
You can choose to have a healthy lunch at Mercado as well – with its plethora of attractive food items you can feast your eyes on. You can also unwind after a hard day’s work pairing your Spanish rice bowls with Chef-Owner Jean-Philippe Patruno’s (fondly known as JP) own concoction of Sangria Punch!
Mercado is a Spanish word for “market” so the interiors of this restaurant is designed to align to the traditional markets in Spain. The food display counters boast vibrant colours of daily fresh and cooked ingredients, all tinged with the typical Spanish flavours of smokey paprika, hot chilli peppers, saffron, garlic and other assorted herbs and spices. Mercado stands out for us due to its cuisine-specific rice bowls as compared to other healthy rice bowl places where items are somewhat similar. It’s really easy to order so read on for our “step-by-step” guide.
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.
The epitome of fresh seafood and great service, The Catch ensures only the freshest catch are delivered to your table! Their non-seafood dishes are just as lauded though, and advance orders are necessary for some of these delectable fare. Signatures include their Signature Roast Chicken Stuffed with Glutinous Rice, Boston Lobsters and Lala Clam Boiled In Chinese Wine.
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.
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.
They believe in serving great tasting, fabulous life enhancing food & beverages that are good for you. All their food is thoughtfully sourced. This means that everything they serve will be as fresh as they can get them, as clean and nutritious as possible. Everything they serve, they are confident will be good for you. This means real food, no junk like hidden processed sugars or weird sounding unhealthy preservatives and additives.
Their smoothies, juices and bowls are designed to give you a healthy sustained release of energy, to keep you going through the day through CLEAN nutrition.
Their juices, smoothies and foods are made with high quality, life enhancing nutrients and purpose-filled ingredients, designed to meet and surpass the daily requirements for “five a day” recommended servings of fruit & vegetables.
Their salads and hot dishes have been designed for the calorie conscious - to give you the protein and nutrients you need while omitting the bad, giving you that flexibility in your diet.
Saigon Alley is the latest addition to Hidden Door Concepts, that manages the recently opened Angie’s Oyster Bar, Sear Steakhouse, Spathe Public House, among other brands.
The new Vietnamese casual concept, next to its sister outlet Nickeldime Drafthouse, is located in Novena Gardens. Its menu features comforting home style Vietnamese delights inspired by the street food of Vietnam.
The menu is inspired by the traditional recipes from Hanoi, and the colourful vibes of the streets of Saigon. The emphasis is on the modern usage of fresh ingredients, and strong flavours like mint, coriander, thai chilli, fish sauce, and many secret herbs & spices to add depth to the dishes.
Talay Thai is making a splash in the iconic tourist destination, Clarke Quay.
Another exciting venture by Creative Eateries, Talay Thai is one of the first Thai Tapas Restaurant Bar in Singapore. Contrary to your typical bar and grub concepts along the Singapore River, Talay Thai incorporates a twist of quirkiness and free-spiritedness in its seafood inception bringing “Talay” which means Seafood to a whole new level. The interior décor exudes a resounding punch of personality; the orchestrated harmony of the rustic blood red floors, raw rugged brick walls and ornate traditional Thai displays. And the best part - the welcoming menu, both enticing and pocket-friendly.
The stars of the delectable menu is undeniable the tapas section which boast a variety of more than 20 different premium tapas. Overwhelmed by the inviting menu? Fret not because Talay Thai has put together the Aroy Mak Tasting Platter to satisfy your curious palate. Have a taste of the clever interpretation of Sweet and Spicy Deep-fried Rice Noodle which bears a bewitching nostalgic flavour! Together with other tapas bites like Thai Grilled Chicken Skewers roasted to juicy perfection, succulent handmade Thai Fish Cakes and Golden Fried Prawn Toast, crunchy savoury Rice Crackers with Thai-spiced Prawn Ragout.
For the adventurous omnivores the Spanner Crab Miang Kham, a dish not commonly found in Singapore is totally worth the try! Wrapped in fresh betel nut leaves and garnished with a mix of peanuts, lime, chilli and dried shrimps, savour the impeccable balance of the freshness from the sea and the spectrum of tastes - the mild bitterness of the betel leaves, the sun-dried fragrance of the dried shrimps, a hint of heat from the chilli padi, a splash of acidity from the lime and the unique sweetness of the spanner crab. What’s an adventure without bragging rights? The Nam Plan Prawn Ceviche aka Raw Prawn Salad is one dish that you’ll want to brag about. Only the freshest ingredients can hold up to the challenge of bringing out the umami and natural sweetness the freshly shelled live prawns! The Raw Prawn Salad is a testament to Talay Thai’s commitment to serving our patrons the best of the freshest produce right from the in-store seafood gallery. Leaving the raw flavour of the prawns untouched, our chefs created the lightest and most refreshing condiments, made from Thai Spice Blends and Asian vegetables such as bitter gourd to elevate the taste of the sea on your palate.
Overwhelmed by audacious selections? We’ve got the faint-hearted soul cover with yet another unique dish that is familiar to the tastebuds. Be taken away by Talay Thai’s interpretation; Fresh Oysters with Thai Dressing, doing away with the oh-so-cliché plain old lemon and Tabasco, the Thai spices will bring out the flavour profile of the oysters like you have never tasted before. The brassy metallic undertone of the oyster tangos with the zesty yet spicy dressing. It is the ultimate dance-off right on your palette!
For a boozy kick, sister of this dish is the Fresh Oyster with Trio Granita with kaffir limoncello, citrus grapefruit and yuzu vodka granita, you don’t have to be a daredevil to enjoy this. Bringing you familiar flavours from our local streets is the Oven-roasted Stingray with Tamarind Relish, marinated with fish sauce it is without a doubt a delicious twist to your local Sambal Stingray. Delicately oven-roasted, taste the aromatized juicy stingray in its original glory or dip it with the homemade tamarind relish just for that extra kick. You will never look at the Sambal Stingray the same way again. Another twist on a familiar favourite is the Crispy White Bait. Talay Thai injects Thainess into this dish by tossing these little golden crispy goodness in Tom Yum Powder. Executed to culinary perfection, be hooked on our Crispy White Bait with Tom Yum Powder, a dish that is beer appropriate. Locking the flavourful juice of the white bait is the crispy and fluffy batter, the pinch of Tom Yum Powder brings the dish together by offering a sharp juxtaposition of flavours which will awaken your taste bud and appetite!
Keeping it classic isn't how Talay Thai is rolling into the market, going by the moniker as the “Atas Tom Yum Soup” the Tom Yum Lobster Bisque is a classy upgrade of your typical tom yum soup. This Tom Yum Lobster Bisque will knock you out with its powerful flavour punch - thickened by the richness of traditional Thai spices that delicately accentuates the freshness of the prized crustacean juices, you can be sure this is the tastiest bowl of liquid gold you can find!
Brez’n is the Lion City’s most recently opened restaurant serving up pure Bavarian classics and favorites. The restaurant’s name is inspired by the Bavarian word for Pretzel – the typical Bavarian sourdough bread, oven- baked to perfection and enjoyed best with a freshly poured bavarian beer.
From the same operators as ERWIN’S Gastrobar, LeVeL33, Kaiserhaus and Paulaner Brauhaus Guangzhou, and from the original founding team of Brotzeit, Brez’n is a haven for pure Bavarian warmth, honest and traditional recipes, and most importantly, the best Bavarian beer selection in town.
Former Executive Chef of Brotzeit, Dominik Ă–sterreicher, helms the Brez’n kitchen and promises to serve only the tastiest and most authentic Bavarian staples.
With centuries of beer-brewing skill, the world’s first and finest breweries are almost certainly from Bavaria and Brez’n will proudly be serving up beers from Bavaria’s leading breweries. There are seven beers on tap including Germany’s most popular Weissbier, Paulaner.
Hacker Pschorr, with origins dating back 1417 from Munich and FĂĽrstenberg, which was first brewed in 1283 in the forested mountain range of Black Forest will also be on the beverage menu. Seasonal specials like the classic Paulaner Oktoberfest bier will be available on a rotating basis.
At Brez’n, diners can now take a bite into Singapore’s first Bavarian pretzel sandwiches. Instead of the traditional sliced bread, the sandwich is composed of a soft, inviting Bavarian pretzel, or Brez’n. Diners can choose from four delicious pretzel sandwich options. For example, the hearty oven-baked Brez’n roll with succulent slices of meatloaf, topped with sauerkraut, pickles, honey mustard sauce, and a side of thick cut fries. For a lighter option, Chef Dominik suggests the honey-glazed ham Brez’n sandwich with Emmental cheese, pickles, tomatoes, crisp greens, and Bavarian sweet mustard.
The menu, with Chef Dominik’s culinary stewardship, is packed with classic Bavarian favorites. The delicious crispy pork knuckle, or Schweinshax’n, served with braised white cabbage, roasted potatoes and dark lager beer sauce, is one of the signature dishes and an absolute must-try. Chef Dominik infuses the pork knuckles with home- made brine before roasting. This gives the meat a unique pink colour, but most importantly makes it juicier, more tender and flavourful.
The main dining area, with its series of rustic furniture resembles contemporary restaurants found in urban Munich and is instantly welcoming. Diners can perch on a stool for a pint of chilled beer from one of the many leading Bavarian breweries such as Paulaner, indulge in a scrumptious meal at the smaller tables, or sit at the long workbenches for larger group gatherings. Adding a splash of color with pastel green furnishings, Brez’n reinforces a cozy, warm atmosphere with its mix of chairs and comfortable outdoor beer benches.
13% Gastro Wine is the brainchild of wine connoisseur Bruno Vaillant and award-winning chef Geoffrey Weckx, who share the common vision of creating a unique place for wine lovers who enjoy gourmet food in a comfortable environment.
After 25 years of experience in wine and gastronomy, Bruno and Geoffrey met in Singapore and decided to open a wine bar with curated wines from their favorite vineyards, together with a simple menu of imported cheeses and comfort food made from fresh quality produce.
The new Funan will feature an indoor cycling path, rock climbing and other sports facilities and a new cinema experience when it reopens.
Golden Village's new cineplex will offer a multi-sensory experience, while Kopitiam will introduce a high-tech food court called KOPItech, which will feature robotic vacuum cleaners and self-ordering kiosks, among others.
Climb Central will offer a 50-lane rock climbing facility, and its highest wall will span four floors.
Sporting culture will feature prominently in Funan, with the addition of a futsal court, gym and a flexible space that can be turned into a basketball court at night using laser projections, CapitaLand Mall Trust said.
Apart from indoor cycling lanes, there will also be bike shops, bike cafes, lockers and shower facilities for cyclists.
While a floor of the mall will be dedicated to IT products, it will also incorporate workshops and other interactive elements.
A six-storey wooden and steel structure called The Tree Of Life will be the centrepiece of the complex, and will house open spaces and studios that promote new forms of retail and learning, such as spaces for local designers and makers to showcase their craft and conduct classes.
Other new concepts include a drive-through for collection of products ordered online, and a 4,000 sq ft urban farm.
SQUE (pronounced as skew), was derived from the word skewers – the rotisserie concept. Part of the Emmanuel Stroobant Group, SQUE offers a wide variety of starters, rotisserie items, mains and desserts.
A big highlight at SQUE is its extensive list of over 250 different types of international bottled beers, as well as over 10 draught beers, arguably one of the largest selections of draught beers in Singapore.
Alchemist Beer Lab is the first beer infusion bar in Asia to house a grand total of 16 sleek and state-of-the-art towers.
While infusing beer is by no means a new process to beer makers, the beer infusion tower at Alchemist Beer Lab is a progressive and cutting edge system that allows brewers to introduce any type of ingredients into their infusions with optimal flavour extraction and fresh results. At Alchemist Beer Lab, two kinds of systems from Poland and the United States of America are used; one holding up to one-litre of beverage, and the other with a capacity of three-litres.
Conceived by the same team behind microbrewery-pub Little Island Brewing Co. located at Changi Village, Alchemist Beer Lab features a proud display of 16 visually stunning and technically advanced beerinfusion towers to offer a wide variety of infused beers. The draft beers used to infuse flavours into will all be methodically brewed at Little Island Brewing Co. by Brew Master of Little Island Brewing Co. and The Alchemist Bar, Steve Spinney, notable expert on beer in Asia and winner of three consecutive Gold Awards at the Asian Beer Competition for his “Storm Beer” creation.
Drawing inspiration from its namesake, Alchemist Beer Lab turns the ordinary into the extraordinary. Designed by architectural firm Akira Kita Architecture, also the team behind the design concepts of Esquina and Luke’s Oyster Bar & Chop House, Alchemist Beer Lab’s interior is decorated in a sleek and muted colour palette of grey, gold and black marble, and accented with wood elements to emulate an experience of the medieval times.
The kitchen is helmed by Executive Chef, John Edwards, who has thoughtfully conceived a Modern-European tapas-style menu to accompany the extensive array of drink options.
Located in a shop house along North Canal Road, PYXIEMOSS is set to shake up the neighbourhood with its brand of innovative modern European cuisine with a British and sometimes Asian slant, spearheaded by Chef Tim Ross-Watson. Open only in the evenings, the restaurant and bar is a spiffy outfit where diners can sip on intriguing ‘chef-driven’ cocktails, nibble on addictive bar snacks, and indulge in moreish small plates at wallet-friendly prices.
Using a combination of traditional and cutting edge cooking techniques and tools, Chef Tim artfully transforms simple everyday ingredients into novel dishes that highlight his creativity and bold “MacGyver” approach to food; such as upcycling usually-discarded parts of select produce to render delightfully-layered yet familiar flavours.
A name that stems from Owner & Head Chef Tim’s fascination with moss - a hardy plant that thrives and grows even in the harshest of conditions, PYXIEMOSS is derived from Pixie moss; the only flowering moss in over 12,000 species, and alludes to the establishment’s aspiration to blossom and flourish.
After 11 months of upgrading works, heartland mall Compass One in Sengkang will open its doors to the public again in September.
The mall's tenant mix will include more than 50 new retailers, as well as returning anchor tenants Cold Storage, Sengkang Public Library and Kopitiam.
To mark its reopening, Compass One will run an array of promotions and host games booths and in-mall performances for shoppers.
New tenants include IT store Challenger, optical shop Owndays and eateries Royal London Duck and Paradise Hotpot, which will complement long-term tenants such as Popular, Royal Sporting House, POSB and Pizza Hut.
The highlight of the mall will be a bigger library spread over two floors, while there will also be improved amenities such as larger common areas and a children's playground.
Takumi can be found occupying the corner of Mandarin Orchard Hotel’s fifth floor lobby right on the doorstep of Bar on 5.
Some of JiBiru's favorites can be found on the menu including Hitachino Nest White Ale, Shiga Kogen Pale Ale and Owa. They also have limited edition and barrel-aged beers such as Kuro Owa Grand Cru 2013 which has been aged in Bordeaux wine barrels, Shiga Kogen No 10 Anniversary IPA and Belgian offering Buffalo Grand Cru Barrel Aged. Sake and cider can also be found here.
Coffee roasters Nomad the Gallant have opened a sandwich and coffee shop in the heart of the CBD with a fantastically catchy and quirky name - Hungry Bazterdz!
Their simple and straightforward menu features their delicious coffee along with sandwiches like the Fat Chicken (chicken strips with garlic aioli and pickled veggies) and the Grand Poobah, a delicious six-hour braised pulled beef in jus with cheddar cheese. They also have the Falafal Marinara for the vegetarians out there.
Cafe&Meal Muji is part of Singapore's 10th Muji store, with more than 10,600 sq ft to house both the eatery and store.
Just like the first Cafe&Meal Muji at Paragon, this 70-seater cafe will have the usual deli sets, a combination of rice, soup, a hot and a cold deli, on top of the new dishes and the current favorites like roasted tea pudding, baked salmon with miso sauce and iced ryukyu chai.
That's not all that's exciting about this branch. On the retail end, there will be the usual homeware, lifestyle items and more. But you'll also be able to customize sofa covers, rugs and curtains by picking the kind of design, size, material and color that suits your fancy. And finally, and this is particularly exciting, Muji bicycles and products from the Found Muji collection that have been available everywhere but in Singapore, or so it seemed, will finally make their way to this flagship store soon.
Nested in the bustling Selegie Area but at relatively quiet just off Short Street at ground floor of Centurion Student Living, The Seafood Krub is a funky contemporary eatery whose food philosophy is to bring you quintessential barbecue seafood experience like no other - the traditional charcoal grilling way.
Behind the intricate decoration and edgy modern design is the simplest and tastiest of principles: get good food when it’s super fresh, grill it and enjoy. The style of eating is a fusion of Japanese izakaya and Thai Mookata, with personal grills at every table and a staunch focus on fresh seafood.
Check out the combination of the freshest and finest exotic seafood selection only available at The Seafood Krub – from Giant Thai Scampi River Prawns to Indonesian Sweet clam (the size of your palm) and many more. Another of their selling point is the home-made dipping sauces using redolent spices (Sweet Suki Sauce and Spicy Seafood Sauce), to tingle your taste buds.
For meat lovers, fret not! We also included meats into our repertoire. Choose from an assortment of poultry like Dak Gogi Bbq chicken to Yakitori with leeks as well as tenderizing ribeye Steak and juicy pork belly to satisfy everyone.
Get set for some awesome friend/family or bonding time with your love ones through traditional charcoal grilling and get cozy with freshly prepared seafood and meat selection in an experience like never before.
Craft beer bar Malthouse is now under new management.
While their fridges remain well-stocked with bottled beer, they've expanded their arsenal to include 12 taps, pouring brews from Coronado, Fourpure, Hitachino, Holgate, St Austell and new Singaporean outfit Crossroads Brewing Company. The kegs are stored in a purpose-built cold room and all beer lines are cleaned frequently to ensure that flavor is never compromised. To complement the taps, they've got all the comfort food your heart desires, from cheese and charcuterie platters to handmade pizza and steak and chips.
The RawR Kitchen is a Brewery Bistro that does comfort food like outrageous salads and pastas by day.
They then transform into their superhero form by night and become a Bistro serving their own Craft Beers and awesome Beer Battered Bites that go hand in hand.
At RawR, they believe in facing life's problems straight head on... and drowning them in Craft Beer.
Do drop by if you are in the area to take a closer look at one of the few local breweries around. They won Silver at the Southeast Asia Beer Awards, beating all other local beer breweries, so it's definitely worth the walk!
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.
Tok Panjang, where classic Nonya dishes are cooked and served by Bob and his Peranakan family from Katong.
Growing up in Joo Chiat in pre-independent Singapore, Bob had a big Peranakan family and was surrounded by the aromas of Nonya cooking. In 1985, he established Peranakan Inn Restaurant in Katong – a pioneer in the Peranakan food scene then!
Over the years, Bob’s passion in Peranakan cooking resulted in the establishment of several restaurants including House of Peranakan Cuisine at Frankel Avenue, House of Peranakan Petit at Tiong Bahru, and now they are proud to present their new café concept, Tok Panjang.
Tok Panjang - a Baba Malay term meaning long table of food, is a frequent sight in their Peranakan household during special occasions. Savour their family’s interpretation of classic Nonya delicacies laboriously prepared with choicest ingredients and love.
Fratelli, meaning â€śbrothersâ€ť in Italian, brings you two dining experiences in one location â€“ the all-day-dining Pizzeria and the dinner-service-only Trattoria. Helmed by three-star Michelin chefs, brothers Enrico and Roberto Cerea, whose family runs the acclaimed Da Vittorio restaurant in Italy, Fratelli aims to indulge your craving for the most authentic Italian flavours with refinement and style.
The cosy ambience of this all-day-dining restaurant makes it the perfect place to savour the gourmet pizzas, pastas, antipasti and desserts created by the Cerea brothers.
An elegant, dinner-service-only restaurant that showcases the best Da Vittorio has to offer, with the Cerea brothers pulling out the stops for dishes that make convivial dining a joy.
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.
Head over with your family and friends and delight in generous seafood platters prepared the way you want it to be alongside a wide array of sides and desserts in the welcoming and upscale casual atmosphere. Diners can choose to dine at the restaurant or amidst lush greenery at the adjoining outdoor Beer Tavern offering more than 20 varieties of beer.
Following a major revamp, Indian fine dining restaurant Yantra is back in business with celebrity chef Hemant Oberoi at its helm.
Yantra is a trendy and chic fine dining restaurant, offering Indian cuisine with inventive recipes and alluring flavours to stimulate the palate and gratify the senses. This exquisite restaurant is ideal for intimate events and large corporate functions with elegant alfresco seating and private dining facilities.
The open concept kitchen, a key feature of the restaurant, displays 4 large custom-made Tandoors which are impeccably laid out behind a glass enclosure. Guests can enjoy watching the chefs whip up breads and meats whilst enjoying their aperitifs. The restaurant has an indoor area of up to 7,000 square feet and an alfresco area of over 4,000 square feet.
DANRO Collagen Hotpot Buffet & çľŽé˘ś (Beauty) Ramen’s Signature Collagen soup bases are slow-boiled over 10 hours in 3 delicious flavors – Chicken, Pork and Salmon Miso. These soups are created by boiling Chicken, Pork and Salmon bones and skin respectively. This cooking method derives nutrients such as collagen and amino acids until they melt and are turned into Collagen Pudding.
Together with a wide range of vegetables, condiments, free flow drinks and Premium Sliced Beef, Chicken and Pork, diners can enjoy their Collagen Hotpot in an all-you-can-eat setting. Besides the Signature Collagen soup bases, there are also 6 other soup bases to choose from.
Prepared with our signature collagen soup and served in a Hotstone bowl to keep it hot while you ‘slurp’ your ramen, diners can enjoy a choice of Collagen Ramen Chicken, Collagen Ramen Pork or Collagen Ramen Salmon Miso.
En Sakaba has opened in Orchard Central. Sakaba means “bar” in Japanese. The new concept will emulate En’s motto to be the gathering place where people meet and bond through gourmet food in perfect harmony. With that, the group aim to create a cosmopolitan space where patrons can enjoy great food and tipple in a convivial, relaxed atmosphere.
For those craving for carbs, a wide variety of delicious don served with fresh sashimi- grade toppings or grilled meat are worth every savour. These would be made available all day.
The drink menu emphasize is on sake, and it would feature fine selection of Japanese sakes in top grade, carefully selected wines and reasonably priced liqueurs and beer. Sake connoisseurs could look forward to 30 brands of award winning sake to choose from
Other umami-laden creations on the menu include Unagi Kabayaki (Grilled eel with sweet sauce) and Buta Kakuni Yaki (Grilled Japanese braised pork belly), grilled to perfection with a salty-sweet glaze - are especially satisfying to eat, particularly when washed down with a cold beer.
Another delight, the Kani Miso Kourayaki (Crabmeat with roe & gut grilled in shell) combine the best part of the crab, the “kani miso” and seasoned with sake in the crab shell, and grilled over small flame to reveal a rich aroma. The rich aroma of the “crab miso” intermingle with exquisite balance aroma of the “crab shell” will make this a delicacy that satiate your palate and seafood desire. Due to the rich and moreish characteristic of this dish, it will be a perfect complement with a Ginjos Sake.
Ranked as one of the world’s Top Ten Best Restaurants by The New York Times, Din Tai Fung has its roots dating back to Taiwan 40 years ago. With its famous signature xiao long baos (steamed pork dumplings) and heart-warming steamed chicken soup, this authentic Taiwanese restaurant has been making waves with branches throughout the world, including Singapore, Thailand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, and USA.
Din Tai Fung’s cuisine is all about harmony. Utilising the freshest ingredients paired with a relish for simple cooking styles, the recipe selection is never too rich or heavy on the palate, and is a fresh welcome given the increasing preference for healthy cooking. With a wide selection of enticing dishes, diners are destined to tuck into flavourful creations that burst into delight with each and every bite.
With their recent expansion, Greenwood Fish Market now has a seafood restaurant in the lovely vicinity of ONE°15 Marina. The new 4,100 sq ft outlet overlooks beautiful yachts and tranquil waterfront housing, offering an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in the island of Sentosa.
They feature an open kitchen with a $70,000 wood fire oven that was customised in Australia (capable of firing up a pizza in 2 minutes at 700°C) as well as a full bar that serves Tiger, Erdinger and Guinness on tap. Accompanying the 150 seats restaurant is also a retail fish market, bakery, sashimi counter and an oyster bar.
It all began 13 years ago when Greenwood Fish Market first opened in the sleepy neighborhood of Greenwood Avenue. True to their “Sea to Table” philosophy, they continue to directly import seafood fresh from Canada, Holland, New Zealand, South Korea, and US to their kitchen in weekly shipments. Given the many sources for their produce, they have a vast selection of fresh seasonal fish, shellfish, live Maine lobsters and even Dungenese crabs. Using their very own smoker, they proudly produce in-house hot/cold smoked salmon, mackerel, sardines and pork belly to offer customers a taste that is unique to Greenwood.
If you’re stopping by, do visit their fish market as well. The take away Fish & Chips is a must try. Beyond their take away menu, they also provide an additional service where your purchase of fish can be seasoned or prepared to cater for visiting family and friends. Bring home ready-to-eat Cold Seafood Platters, Smoked Platters or even our smoked seafood and meat (produced in-house using Apple Wood from California).
They offer freshly baked European breads that are hot out of the oven at 1.30pm from their bakery. The loaves are displayed in their retail section and from 9pm onwards, you can bring home a loaf at 50% off as they do not keep day-old breads. They guarantee the freshness or money-back guaranteed.
Amidst the products that we showcase are also 120 labels of unique wines that are rarely found in supermarkets. On top of our close-to-wholesale prices, do make sure to ask our staff about the carton discounts that available as well.
Look forward to the monthly Wine Events that Greenwood will be hosting. These events are a great chance to meet and learn from the passionate wine makers and vineyard owners who make the wines that you love.
Aside from their events, they also have cooking classes as a lazy Saturday activity. Here’s a chance to learn all about seafood from the experts and also, how to prepare simple but creative fares to impress your family and friends. Additionally, enjoy a 3 course lunch to top off the entire experience.
Situated just off the chic new hotel lobby area, Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go is a perfect spot to relax, meet friends or conduct an informal business meeting.
Open 24 hours a day, and situated just off the chic new hotel lobby area, Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go is a perfect spot to relax, meet friends or conduct an informal business meeting over an delicious locally roasted coffee. As with the entire hotel, the café benefits from super fast, free WiFi. As entrepreneurship is actively encouraged at Hotel Jen Tanglin, the café boasts a delicious selection of artisan-roasted coffee brewed from scratch by baristas from local coffee connoisseurs, Nomad the Gallant – as well as curated teas.
With a keen eye for selecting and roasting the finest coffee beans, Nomad the Gallant have developed a reputation and local following for creating aromatic specialty coffee blends. The buzzy café also specially imports unique masala teas, such as the Chai Masala blend using fresh spices that are cracked open, and hand-blended with tea and honey.
Launched back in 2001, En Japanese dining is still a solid spot for a wide range of Japanese eats - from sushi to kushiyaki - as well has hard-to-find Okinawan food including goya chanpuru. To go alongside, they also offer a wide range of sake, shochu. Dine in a spacious (there are 100 seats, including plenty of alfresco tables) retro cool space, decked out in warm red-orange tones and Japanese curios.
Located at Boat Quay and tastefully decorated with an original Taverna theme, Gyromania welcomes everybody for a sensational and palatable journey of Authentic Greek Cuisine.
Originally the Gyro consisted of various cuts of meat (primarily lamb & pork, sometimes boneless chicken and beef) skewered on horizontal rotisseries. One of the reasons this Greek version of fast food was so popular is because the freshness - as patrons ordered the Gyro, the new layer began to cook from the rotisserie effect. So each order was fresh and the meat did not begin to cook until the next order was peeled from the cone of meat. Souvlaki has become one of the more popular fast foods in Europe and is now becoming popular in Singapore.
BoCHINche is relocating to Amoy Street with a swanky new interior and redefined menu.
Bochinche is a vibrant expression of enthusiasm, fuelled by chef Diego Jacquet’s knack for putting together bold flavours with quality products. Just like Singapore, Argentina is a mixed bag of different cultures, and daily life is inextricably woven with a love for food.
Bochinche celebrates that great passion for food and the social custom of gathering to dine, at the same time dispelling the notion that Argentinean cuisine is only about meat. The menu brims with creativity, offering an array of dishes that proudly showcase diverse produce and styles of cooking. Prepare your palate for an explosion of flavours!
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.
Recognised for its wide range of rich-tasting sauces concocted in-house, Big Lazy Chop is a Chinese bistro offering diners the experience to have their favourite dishes cooked to perfection with their preferred choice of sauce.
With choices ranging from Singapore's classic Salted Egg to Big Lazy Chop's very own Butter Champagne sauce and many more, your palate will be thankful for the kaleidoscope of flavours presented. Signatures include Black Pepper Premium Sri Lankan Crabs, Asam Curry Fish Head, Butter Champagne Drunken Spare Ribs and Milk Butter Chicken Chop.
Huang Ting embraces the philosophy of preparing extraordinary dishes from the bottom of their hearts and sharing this joy with loved ones.
You can indulge in the authentic Cantonese cuisine with a contemporary spin at Huang Ting. Elevate your gastronomical experience with the exciting menu that presents a fresh and energetic twist. Refresh yourself with assortment of cocktails and mocktails unique to Huang Ting, shaken and stirred by their very own mixologist extraordinaire.
At the helm of their kitchen is Chef Johnny Choi, meticulously serving customers with his 16 years of distinguished and illustrious culinary experience, gained from many renowned restaurants including Orchard Hotel’s celebrated Cantonese restaurant, Hua Ting. Chef Johnny and his team of highly accomplished chefs will constantly innovate and create a scrumptious experience for everyone's timeless dining pleasure.
Cool Japan Fund and the Japan Association of Overseas Promotion for Food & Restaurants will be opening Japan Food Town, a 628-seater food hall specializing in authentic Japanese cuisine.
They have curated 16 casual-dining eateries from Japan's various prefectures and cities such as Dassai Bar (Iwakuni), which is known for their fine sakes; Sato Yosuke (Tokyo), an udon specialist famous for their handmade udon that uses a 150-year-old technique; Nabe Seizan (Tokyo), an offshoot of two Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant Seizan; Osaka Kitchen (Osaka), popular for teppanyaki and okonomiyaki, and Sushi Takewaka, a 36-year-old sushi specialty shop originally from Tsukiji market. We were also told that diners can opt for healthier choice Kinme Mai rice (available at half of Japan Town's eateries), which has the nutritional value of brown rice.
Urban Saloon is a modern take on the classic western saloon in the heart of bustling Singapore. Their aim was to create a distinctive cocktail bar and restaurant in various styles at one venue.
Whether you are here for a scrumptious meal, exquisite cocktails and just out to have a crazy night, this will be the place to be.
Red Dot Traffic Building. The story goes a long way back. More than a decade ago, there was a man who started as a bartender in this building. However, he was young and he was hungry. Hungry for knowledge. So he set out to seek new and exciting experiences both locally and in countries far far away. But life has a funny way of working and he finds himself back in the same building. However, this time he had a plan. A big one. To be the best establishment around. To provide an experience that everyone would enjoy.
Drawing inspiration from the ancient concept of Kama which refers to the energy, desire and passion for life and the pursuit of the pleasure of the senses and aestheticism; Kama British Indian Company Kitchen & Bar is set to explode into the vibrant F&B scene with a buzz equal to its name. With over 20 years of experience in the F&B industry backing it, KAMA is forging ahead to wow the fussy local crowd with a brand new concept that promises to tantalise, reward and engage. The vibrant and dynamic F&B scene in Singapore will welcome an exciting new concept never perfected before until now. Come May 2016, an authentic yet contemporary British Indian Kitchen & Bar will be born - KAMA British Indian Company Kitchen & Bar.
Located strategically along the North Canal Road, a stone’s throw away from the heart of the business district, cash-rich but time-poor executives can nestle and revel in this new gem in the F&B scene.
It was here that our forefathers carved out a living and helped shape the foundation of modern Singapore. It was also here that our British colonial governors paved the way socially and culturally, perfecting the art of working and playing hard. In effect, our English predecessors showed us how to maintain a good work-life balance even before the phrase was invented.
KAMA passionately leverages off our rich historical foundation and expertly blends it with a superior understanding of the highest standards of culinary excellence and execution. Tapping into a wealth of experience both in the kitchen and the floor, KAMA’s team will surprise even the most discerning patron with its superb level of service and food quality.
Occupying a space that boasts of 100 years of history is slightly daunting but a very welcome challenge for KAMA’s team. Drawing inspiration from the original owners who started a humble bird’s nest trading business into a globally leading brand, KAMA hopes to emulate its predecessor’s vision, passion and drive.
Spanning a total of 2,500 square feet of historically-fuelled space, the interior design is soaked with colonial European, West Indies and Eastern European influences – an eclectic mix that blends perfectly together through the vision of the design team headed by Alessandro Lo Giudice who has led and managed Architectural and Interior Design firms in Italy and Singapore in the Residential and Hospitality sector and in the recent years was involved in the interiors of prestigious projects in Asia, China and Africa. As partner and designer of a Boutique Design Firm whose spirit is to keep things focused and discerning, he has inspired the concept of recent successful restaurants and F&B outlets in Singapore.
Guests can expect to enjoy privately intimate yet vibrant experiences at KAMA where they can either choose to mingle with familiar faces or conduct discreet meetings at their discretion – KAMA’s discerning and professional team provide the appropriate level of service and approach.
The second floor space is where the customer experience evolves into a more loungy and relaxed ambience. Replete with a tasteful blend of European design with Eastern motifs, the space is perfect for corporate networking and social gatherings. Guests can always rely on KAMA to be the place where they can even visit on their own and know they will meet like-minded people and enjoy not only great food, drinks and service but also immaculate company.
Eschewing the typical notion of Indian cuisine where the heavy, carbo-filled and rich curried offerings are the norm, KAMA’s menu will borrow the best of West and East in order to pamper our guests with just the right amount of every gastronomic element to enhance their experience.
The spice level is easily controlled as all dishes and curries are cooked ala minute.
Imagine tapas style bites that delights the palate and fills the tummy just right in order to enjoy handcrafted cocktails and the finest selection of beers, wines and whiskies.
At the end of the day, KAMA is a place for discerning lunch and cocktail meetings, post-office gatherings, romantic dates, happy hour sessions amongst friends, launch events and indulgent weekend brunches that never ends.
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.
Hong Kong's steam-potting food trend makes its way to Singapore with Steam Box, a type of steamboat that eschews conventional hot pot methods by steaming raw ingredients instead of boiling them.
Claiming to be a healthier alternative to traditional steamboats, which leaves behind a layer of fat, the steam cooking method is said to retain the food's natural juices and nutrients. The menu comprises fresh meats, seafood and vegetable, with highlights like ginger chicken thigh with wolfberry, Iberico black pork, wagyu beef, tiger prawns and egg custard buns. It also has a small selection of congee with century egg, pork rib and clams, and diners have the option of ordering dim sum dishes too.
Sen of Japan is a casual dining Japanese restaurant and bar. Their dishes are designed by Chef Nakano Hiromi, who used to head the famous NOBU at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas.
The meaning of ‘Sen’ in Japanese is fresh, we believe that the quality of each dish lies in the source of ingredients – ‘To be fresh’. Their curated menu aims to bring to the table the taste of Modernised Japanese cuisine combined with an intimate setting with spectacular views of the Singapore skyline.
Located in the west of Singapore, Merriment is set in a contemporary setting in a big office building. They have teamed up with their friends at In The Brickyard (Desserts and Bakes) to provide the ultimate cafe experience.