Creatr on Stirling Road is where you can taste a range of elevated local favourites inspired by Leon Lim (1st Runner Up of Masterchef Singapore).
Their current special item, Chilli Crab Burger & Tofu Fries (CCBWTF) is limited to only 50 takeaway boxes daily. The CCBWTF is stacked with freshly made crab cake patty (made from real crab meat), crispy egg floss, rocket leaves and tomato salad - all packed between handmade brioche buns. Top it off with their Signature Chilli Crab Sauce and there you have it, nothing like a fabulous CCBWTF to up your spirits.
Café by day, restobar by night; The Chir Café & Bar's Korean-fusion menu is packed with loads of exciting offerings.
They have dishes that are a feast for both the eyes and palate! Be sure to order their signatures like Kimchi Bacon Dubu, Spicy Seafood Tteokbokki, So-Tteok Bowl, Bulgogi Tartine, Chir Chicken Waffle and Garden Butternut Pumpkin Tartine.
The Chir Café & Bar's kitchen whips up the most delectable Korean-inspired street food and sharing plates to enjoy with soju, beer and wine!
Hathaway is a beautiful all-day cafe and restaurant at Dempsey Hill and it serves up the most refreshing menu! Choose from Pengat Pisang French Toast to Hathaway’s Big Breakfast served with Homemade Sausage and Smoked Beef Brisket from their brunch selection.
And if you love Peranakan food, you gotta try the delicious Ah Nya’s Fish Curry, a heirloom recipe. The Oktopus Bakar and Sambal Udang are perfectly grilled and packed with flavours! Book a table soon at this charming restaurant!
Located on Amoy Street, Avenue 87 is a restaurant inspired by the personal journeys of 2 Singaporean chef friends of remarkable talent and training. On offer is a Modern Asian cuisine prepared from scratch with carefully sourced regional produce.
What sets the restaurant apart is the seamless synergy of co-Chef-Founders Glen Tay and Alex Phan, and the unique brand of creativity and innovation they bring. Also special is the platform it affords to dynamic brands, producers, and talents of Singapore and the region.
Dining at Avenue 87 is a deep dive into gastronomy in which two chefs at the top of their game push each other’s boundaries to produce magic.
Avenue 87 is housed in a 2-storey heritage shophouse at 47 Amoy Street. The first level is a restaurant with open kitchen seating 24; and the upper floor is a 26-seat lounge with bar, launching in early-2021.
Chefs Glen and Alex bring to the table well-loved Asian favourites, given a creative twist using traditional and contemporary techniques. The familiar flavours of childhood, and the dishes they love to eat today, are the starting points of their innovation, the end results bringing a sense of nostalgia and comfort to the diner.
Avenue 87 serves a Modern Asian cuisine of well-known dishes transformed by the memories, travels, and professional discourse of the two chefs. Many components are prepared from scratch. The local and the artisanal are celebrated, and old and new methods explored and often combined. The results are nostalgic yet contemporary; and always comforting. The dinner tasting menu, inspired by foods that Glen and Alex loved growing up, comprises either four or six courses, with a wine pairing option specially curated by Si Hao. Glen and Alex recommend the 6-course tasting menu for an immersive gastronomic experience.
Presenting to you a new Asian-fusion concept, Route 65 is nestled in the heart of Suntec City, they welcome you to their casual dining lounge coupled with a top-notch menu, hand-crafted signature cocktails and kick-ass live performances.
Enjoy conversations over an exquisite blend of local cuisines, cool concoctions and a convivial atmosphere there, catered for light to night events.
Don’t be misled by its name! Lè Fusion on Mohamed Sultan Road is not your typical East-meets-West restaurant. Rather, be prepared to travel the world from the dinner table. The passionate husband and wife duo behind the newly-opened Lè Fusion takes inspiration from their walk through the world, fusing all of their favourite eats in one place.
Nestled near the Singapore River, Lè Fusion is a chic restaurant and bar where lèisure dining meets a lègacy of culinary innovation. Lè Fusion is all about bringing 樂 (‘le’ which means ‘joy’ in Chinese) in every aspect of its journey from recipe innovation, curation of ingredients, to an exquisite culinary and other-worldly experience for diners.
A key feature of Lè Fusion cuisine is focusing on the creative use of quality ingredients to reinvent the dining experience, while preserving the DNA of Chinese cuisine. Every dish imbues a characteristic attention to detail, and surprises with a light delicate touch.
Start your course with the Imperial Double Boiled Soup, a luxe rendition of Buddha Jumps Over the Wall unexpectedly elevated by premium nu er hong rice wine and the pan-seared Rougie Foie Gras served atop an unassuming bed of Chinese glutinous rice.
Experience a melting pot of well-loved recipes and masterful cooking techniques through the main courses with highlights on Crispy Pork Roulade, Asian Crusted Provencal Lamb Rack, Tsingtao Beef Fillet, and Braised Abalone Seafood Rice.
Even its desserts are prepared with slight but impactful tweaks to regular offerings. The Lè Fusion Chendol and Panna Cotta with Sweet Glutinous promises a playful sweet finale which cannot and should not be missed.
Drinks at Lè Fusion go hand-in-hand with its Tapas menu, especially its signature Crispy Pork Belly Mantou, a special rendition of the familiar braised pork buns (kong bak bau) drawing influence from the Philippines.
With an abundance of hip cafes, indie boutiques and iconic wall murals, it’s no wonder that Tiong Bahru is a favourite haunt of many local artists, creatives and culture lovers. It is also home to Privé’s first foray into a residential neighbourhood.
Serving everything from breakfast to supper, their new all-day dining concept is a great place to grab drinks and desserts. Privé Tiong Bahru will also have a strong skew towards plant-based food options that will satisfy even the most die-hard carnivore. So go and hang out at their relaxed indoor or alfresco terrace and bring your children, everyone is welcome!
Fusing inspiration from cosmopolitan New York and the bustling night markets of Seoul, NY Night Market is one of South Korea’s fastest-growing restaurant chains. Serving up a wide array of Korean-Western comfort food and beer cocktails, NY Night Market is extremely popular among youths, young adults and families.
Mouthwatering highlights include the 50cm Baguette loaded with bulgogi beef, shredded cheese and assorted vegetables, Cream the Curry; topokki red curry topped with whipped cream, Finger Steak with homemade gorgonzola butter, and Waterfall Cheese Shrimp doused in cheese fondue on a sizzling hotplate.
Savour unique & sumptious dim sum creations at the newly-opened MASA by Black Society artisanal dim sum cafe.
MASA is a Hong Kong Cantonese as well as Taiwanese slang for the word Master. The word is very often used to describe a big corporate raider / investor. It may also be used to mean the master of the underworld triads.
From the traditional 4 heavenly kings of dimsum : Har Gau, Siu Mai, Feng Zao, Pai Guat, they evolve and bring dim sum to a fun and creative dimension, bringing it from the ordinary to extraordinaire.
This April, Fresh Fruits Lab Group (FFL) introduces their third concept outlet, Herit8ge. Conceptualised with the idea of reminiscing the yesteryears while paying homage to local flavours, Herit8ge will bring forth its take on local flavours with a modern twist.
Nestled amongst the lush greenery in Jewel Changi Airport top floor, Herit8ge takes inspiration from the 70s style while incorporating elements of contemporary Singapore. From its interior to kitchenware, the restaurant exudes subtle nostalgic touches while sporting iconic colours of porcelain - white and blue. Furnished with a combination of woven rattan and bent timber pieces, the restaurant evokes a sense of heritage while offering diners a cosy experience.
At Herit8ge, diners will be treated to a diverse assortment of familiar local dishes with a modern touch. The menu will feature dishes that reference humble local classics and reinvented with modern cooking techniques. Soak up the 1970s ambience and reminisce about yesteryears over a plate of their signature Char Siew Pork Ribs or the Bak Chor Mee Salad.
To complement the mains, explore their very own rendition of Singapore desserts. With that, top it off with their sock-brewed arabica coffee inspired by the traditional Singapore brewing method. Otherwise, choose from a wide selection of beverages ranging from beers to their own concoction of local-inspired cocktails.
Wonder what Masakan Tionghoa Indonesia cuisine is and how it taste like? If you haven’t heard, Kota88 at East Coast Road serves Chinese-Indonesian cuisine hailing from Jakarta’s Chinatown, Glodok.
Masakan Tionghoa Indonesia is a mix of chinese dishes with local Indonesian culinary characteristics. It all started with Chinese immigrants in Indonesia centuries ago where this traditional cooking style became an expression of their culture which is the inspirational backbone for Kota88 restaurant.
So head over to Siglap, try their creations and also signature items from the menu like the ‘Nasi Campur Babi’. The Nasi Campur Babi is a Chinese-Indonesian adaptation of combination pork rice platter that is mixed to a palatable perfection along with other traditional dishes.
The Obelisk is a newly-launched kitchen & bar concept with a menu that changes every 4 months. Currently, they feature local-European fusion food with a bespoke cocktail menu inspired by local flavours, made to pair with their dishes.
Located along Tanjong Pagar Road and just a few minutes away from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, The Obelisk offers fusion creations like Bak Chor Mee scotch egg, Chili Crab patty with steamed Chinese buns, topped with fried corn & smoked mayo and many more.
Since the beginning, Boufé has been serving classic breakfast and brunch food. Their guiding principle is to produce as many ingredients in-house as possible. Hence, all of their brioche, sourdough slices and croissants are baked right in their pastry room itself! In 2018, Boufé starts to serve fusion food items, aligned with their focus in encouraging diners to bring along their families to eat at their cafés.
All of Boufé's cakes are made using classic French recipes and techniques. To make them unique, the pastry chefs innovate by making the appearance of their cake range attractive and eye-catching! Visit their newly-launched outlet, Boufé Pit Stop in Marina Square.
Head down to the newly-launched Spagtacular in South Bridge Road to savour a hot bowl of fusion pasta.
Rich tomato meat sauce seasoned with garlic and onions and finished with a splash of wine-laced pasta: their Traditional Bolognese Pasta will be sure to entice the senses and leave your taste buds craving for more.
alittle tashi is a fresh addition to Jalan Besar that welcomes you to experience modern comfort food. In this laid-back 60-seater restaurant, a medley of global flavours is anchored by Asian roots.
IF YOU OBEY ALL THE RULES, YOU MISS ALL THE FUN
Family name ‘alittle', given name ‘tashi' (meaning ‘blessings' and ‘welcome' in Tibetan), tashi counts its deep Asian roots as its blessing, while readily welcoming diverse influences of the world.
Tashi calls the offbeat Jalan Besar neighbourhood its home, an environment that invites you to break the rules - your way. Let loose, eat with your hands and get messy, it is highly encouraged. In a city full of rules, this 1,200 sq. ft. space only has one - to have fun.
Maru is a contemporary Asian fusion restaurant located in Singapore’s Central Business District of Tanjong Pagar. Integrating the cultures of Vietnam, Japan and America; Maru is set to become a major new addition to Icon Village, located at the corner of Tras and Gopeng Streets.
Enjoy Maru’s one of a kind fusion dining experience while being charmed by their uniquely designed interior integrated from different culture.
Thier goal at Maru is to transport your mind to the bustling but relaxed street scenes of the Old Quarter of Hanoi. Steel telegraph poles with the iconic Hanoi loudspeakers are set against rustic distressed concrete and brick.
An extensive selection of Sake will be on offer, which is displayed on a 7 meter tall wall, backed with hand-made glazed circular Vietnamese vent tiles. Lighting will change from vibrant in the day, becoming a soft glow in the evenings for a more relaxed and cosy atmosphere.
A Croissandwich is a cross between a sandwich and a croissant. Enjoy yours at The Croissandwich Shop, a new cafe at One-North and it is the perfect place to enjoy a delectable range of Croissandwiches, fresh bakes and artisanal coffee.
Try their Cheese Baked Portobello Mushroom & Guacamole Croissandwich or indulge in their Vietnamese-inspired Roasted Chicken with Pho Mayo Croissandwich which are palate and tummy pleasers.
The Croissandwich Shop also serves coffee made from Liberty Coffee Speakeasy blend.
Introducing The Palmary - Food & Friendship's first ever dining concept at 142 Owen Road, located within a three storey pre-war transitional shophouse.
The first floor houses their restaurant which serves fusion cuisine and features a super chic cocktail bar. The second floor houses their lounge where you can snack on light bites, enjoy good drinks and chill.
Greendot's 7th outlet would be opening soon at Bugis Junction. It was founded in 2011 with the intention of making healthy meat-free meals convenient, accessible and affordable to the mass.
Greendot holds a common belief that everyone can make a positive difference to the world by simply consciously choosing what they eat. By repackaging traditional vegetarian cuisine, Greendot aims to revolutionise the vegetarian industry by providing a greener, healthier alternative to conventional fast food, and also to popularise vegetarian cuisine amongst health conscious working adults.
Little Bastard. What a name for a new restaurant. There's one twist...... The exact unit number and floor level of the restaurant are not listed on their website. The restaurant has a secret unmarked entrance, which they would like you to find.
If you are looking for the Little Bastard, know that he is said to hide out at The Refinery Singapore along 115 King George’s Ave, above a secret stairwell and is only allowed to play after dark.
Little Bastard is the Son of Peaches and everyone’s favourite love child. Of Thai and Cantonese descent, make sure you’re up for a naughty exploration of Asian flavours as you follow him into the realm of culinary experimentation and cocktail mixology. This little one loves to fool around with unorthodox techniques when recreating his childhood favourites so leave your prude taste buds at the door and prepare to be corrupted with the likes of cold tom yum dip noodles and sous vide lemon barley gins.
Their menus are printed “WTF”, which means “Where’s The Food”. Duck Confit Penyet ($20++), Kaeng Phet Mu ($24++, 14 Hour Sous Vide Iberico Pork Collar with Thai Red Curry), and Duroc Pork LuRouFan ($18++) are some signature dishes on the menu.
New Kid on Beach Road is Fasta. It endeavors for everyone to enjoy sumptuous cuisine without guilt and it is also set out to complement the pace and taste-buds of the modern lifestyle.
Drawing from culinary traditions around the world, Fasta unite the freshest ingredients to create healthy, delectable fusion dishes. Catering to the hustle and bustle of modern life, they serve you the best taste in the shortest time. Fun, fast and quirky food available in the heart of the Lion City. Go on and inject a dose of gastronomic frivolity into your meal! You’ll love it.
Katto - fresh, innovative, and convenient Sashimi boxes. With their wide variety of sashimi flavours and side dishes, there's always something new to try!
At Katto, they serve up fresh and innovative food at value-for-money prices. Their cuisine is based on the sashimi bowl, but built around the idea that sashimi isn't all about soy sauce and wasabi. Stay tuned to find out more about their delicious and innovative flavours, or better yet, head down and taste them for yourselves! Their commitment to freshness is also paramount, evident in how they import their own fish direct from source, and their ample portions will leave both your tummy and wallet feeling full.
Calle Real, the Filipino fusion restaurant at Changi Business Park, has upgraded and launched a new restaurant. Comida Fiesta features a modern twist on the traditional dishes.
Highlights include their signature seafood paella for two, the famous rellenong bangus or stuffed milkfish, the lechon de carajay which includes smoked pork belly with sauce. For dessert they serve brazo de mercedes, a fluffy meringue roll with sweet custard filling. There's a Spanish wine list and a tapas menu too.
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.
Expect not only to satisfy your savoury cravings but also your sweet tooth with a variety of freshly baked goods, plated desserts, ice cream and milkshakes. The space is also available for events booking.
With East-West renditions of the popular Chinese pulled pork bun, there are five different types of bao on the Cantonese-inspired restaurant’s menu: salted egg yolk with prawn, braised pork, smoked duck, kung pao fried chicken and white pepper minced pork patty.
Meta serves up classic French-inspired cuisine with an Asian twist.
Meta – meaning change, alternation, and alteration – serves up classic French-inspired cuisine with an Asian twist in a stylish setting by renowned celebrity interior designer Peter Tay.
Nestled in the Bukit Pasoh conservation area, in the heart of Keong Saik, Meta is a spunky hideout in an evolving neighbourhood full of old world charm and modern buzz.
At Meta, they transform fresh and seasonal ingredients into exciting and inventive dishes.
Familiar and comforting, yet eclectic and edgy, their food aims to please the palate and pleasure the senses.
Classically-trained head chef Sun Kim cut his chops in the kitchens of Waku Ghin and Tetsuya Sydney. A native of South Korea, Sun infuses his Asian heritage into French staples, creating modern masterpieces highlighting flavours of the seasons.
Pastry chef Tammy Mah heads up the pastry team at Meta. With over 15 years of experience, Tammy brings a playful twist to her gourmet pastries, sweets and desserts. She enjoys experimenting with textures, shapes and flavours. Tammy believes that there is always room for dessert.
With a sushi bar spans over 4 meters in a spacious open concept, Tburu sushi grill captures buzzing orchard night lights and the warm afternoon sunlight that brightens up the entire space through the floor length windows.
As a contemporary Japanese Restaurant, beside the innovative and traditional sushi, it offers delectable wagyu, kurobuta and seafood from the Yaki Kitchen, handpick your daily fresh seafood at T BAR is encouraged.
Bottle Tree Park has re-opened as Orto, one of the largest privately-operated leisure parks in Singapore, covering 51,500 sqm of land in the Northern area of the island.
A treasured green lung bearing an interesting collection of tropical greenery, beds of colorful shrubs and boulders with a beautiful, scenic lake. ORTO introduces an eco-learning journey with a rich array of plants and trees. Embark on a learning escapade into nature and retreat into the fauna and flora experience with a botanical stroll.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, relax and unwind under the glorious sunshine and summer breeze. ORTO is easily accessible and conveniently located and extensive recreational and social-friendly activities in the park such as prawning, fishing and futsal makes it an ideal place for family and social gatherings. ORTO also features outdoor event venues such as The Lakehouse and The Promenade for school activities, family functions, wedding receptions, corporate events, product launches, and seminars.
The rustic yet elegant feel of the park presents a unique dining setting in this modern, urban city. Delight your senses with the serene ambience, delectable menus and gracious service in a medley of restaurants and cafes beside the lake. From scrumptious seafood to fusion cuisines, light bites or seated dining, ORTO has it all.
The Lawn is a new specialty grill & salad café in Singapore.
Where you will get to fully customize your own salad, pair your favorite perky greens to your favorite premium grills, topped with the audacious teasing flavors of their unique dressings, without a hefty bill to go along with it.
Grilled toppings on the menu include char-grilled garlic prawns, aceto balsamic beef cuts, chicken with Maple infusion and Worcestershire black pepper duck.
Dojo, a new fusion food restaurant with pork as a specialty, has opened on the bustling Circular Road.
The love of pork runs deep for the CEO Janice Tan, as her late grandfather was a pig farmer from Seremban, Malaysia. "Dojo" is inspired by Japanese training place for martial arts, it describes its commitment in perfecting the art of fusing Asian flavours and Western cuisine.
The main highlights are pork burgers. Patties are seasoned with a secret family recipe and baked daily, served Asian style sauces and only the freshest ingredients.
Expect a cool and hipster vibe in terms of design.