A new and exciting dining establishment has opened its doors at The Grandstand on Turf Club Road. A F&B joint specialising in mussels here in Singapore is pretty rare, isn't it? Head down to Aquadisiac for some delicious mussels and more.
The newly-opened 150-seater Aquadisiac operates as a cafe in the daytime, serving up coffee and cakes to patrons. Their dinner menu starts from 5pm onwards and it is only available from Tuesdays to Sundays.
Their popular and signature Pot of Mussels comes with a free flow of crowd-pleasing Truffle Fries.
Cool and casual café vibes in a palette of pastel colours mingle with the inviting aroma of artisanal baked goods and home-cooked cuisine at The Fabulous Baker Boy, the new 70-seater café, bakery and restaurant located in the art-deco Aliwal Arts Centre.
Famed for its riveting array of fabulous cakes and now classics with a twist, The Fabulous Baker Boy presents an all-day breakfast brunch menu including artisanal baked goods in a new location that marries delicious home-cooked food with a contemporary interior at their Big Love Bakery and Soul Kitchen.
Diners are spoiled for choice with more than 14 cakes to choose from including the celebrated Ab Fab Red Velvet, a true classic from the 1950s that comes with an extra layer of chocolate ganache. Other favourites include Nutty Monkey, which is a banana coconut cake, Big Lub Carrot Cake and Lady Marmalade.
Pair popular items like TFBB’s Fried Chicken and Waffles with delicious smoothies, milkshakes, ice-cream and chocolate-based beverages. Cheese lovers will enjoy the Roast Chicken and Pesto Grilled Cheese Sandwich, which features The Fabulous Baker Boy’s house sourdough bread slices filled with a tasty three-cheese mix of cheddar, parmesan, mozzarella, roast chicken and herbed pesto.
All sandwiches are served with a piping hot mug of Roasted Tomato or Cream of Mushroom Soup, this delicious brunch menu option is sure to leave diners coming back for more to this women-empowered kitchen and bakery. Other signature brunch menu items include the Pancakes, Fab Fry Up and Duck Confit.
“Our new location is a combination of the two great passions in my life,” said Juwanda. “Food and the arts. I love entertaining on stage and at home and I am thrilled to open The Fabulous Baker Boy at the Aliwal Arts Centre.”
At Nixta, warm service, perfect margaritas and a reverance for Mexican culture and cooking are on display.
There you will find meats roasting over an open fire, salsa made by hand in volcanic stone molcajetes and fresh masa ground for their signature heirloom corn tortillas, nixtamalizes and ground in-house.
The brand new all-day dining restaurant Peppermint (formerly known as AquaMarine) welcomes you into nature's embrace with sights of greenery at every turn, and a healthful farm-to-table cuisine that offers the best flavours from around the world right to your plate.
The new all-you-can-eat concept provides a wide variety of wholesome Asian and International favourites, freshly prepared at the opened display kitchen and served to your table. With a renewed focus on conscious eating, Peppermint’s new menus include plant-based options and the use of sustainably- and locally-sourced ingredients.
Step out to the terrace and discover their very own urban farm, where herbs, edible flowers and vegetables are grown and used as garnishes, aromatics and ingredients for food as well as drinks like tea and infused water. Dine in a garden setting and savour the natural flavours of their fresh harvest.
F&B newcomer The JOMO Group will launch their first neighbourhood bar + kitchen + bottle shop ‘JOMO’ in the bustling Holland Village locale in early January 2021. This venue will be the first of five that The JOMO Group plans to open around neighbourhoods in Singapore, with the view of offering high-quality cuisine coupled with beverages at a very accessible price point.
JOMO aims to become a local hot spot for guests looking for a wide selection of drinks and dishes that are family-friendly and affordable. The concept will be that of a warm, casual, friendly neighborhood hangout with a minimalist Bar, Kitchen & Bottle Shop vibe, and a modern yet timeless ambience directed towards a simpler lifestyle.
To be open 7-days a week, JOMO will offer dine in and take-away options. The family-friendly menu will have a wide selection of dishes including aged Aussie angus burgers, deep-fried pork belly, and homemade pies all from master butchers Sidecar Handcrafted. Other highlights include a 1.2 kg meat platter with fries and coleslaw, enough for 5 people and priced at only $88 nett.
Family BBQs powered by Sidecar Handcrafted will be held every Sunday with two seating options available, 11am to 2pm and 3pm to 6pm. Orders will be taken dim-sum style, and served at tables for sharing with free-flow options of Aperol Spritz and all beer on draft for a bargain $42 nett. JOMO is bringing to Singapore chicken-salted fries that are hugely popular in Australia, a must-try on their menu.
JOMO will have over 250 wines and spirits, including 40 gins by the bottle, and 50 wines at $50 nett per bottle. JOMO’s super-dry low-carb lager beer will be available together with four beers on tap at $8 nett per pint ($6 nett during Happy Hour). Take-away 2.5L beer pouches will also be offered at $28 nett, and there will be no surcharge for take-away or in-house dining.
“Our vision was to create a more stylish F&B experience than what is typically found around neighbourhoods, yet maintain that casual vibe and sense of community we all enjoy. We also wanted to stay away from the old and stuffy and bring back the vibrant, convivial feeling to a place where you know you will have top-quality food and drinks at a fantastic place to unwind, “said Group General Manager, Steve Yallop.
“To ensure the safety of our guests, we will be working with 'Equal Strategy' to use their latest technology 'Eco Pure Room', a patented and safe, NEA approved COVID-19 killing airborne sanitiser currently used in hospitals and leading global hospitality brands,” he added.
JOMO will feature a luscious alfresco area sweeping around the building, a full retail shop experience on the ground floor and a stylish, yet minimalistic restaurant and bar on the second floor.
JOMO – Holland Village is located in a three-storey hidden gem that has distinctive window-panes and a pointed roof at the end of Lorong Mambong Road in Holland Village.
Happy Hour is from 3pm to 6pm, Monday to Saturday.
A unique cohesion of 3 different atmospheres under one roof, 1-Atico sets to be the perfect host for a full day-to-night experience in the heart of the city at ION Orchard.
Animated by a luxurious array of sound, scents and lighting, 1-Atico’s space is a flexible identity envisioned to provide world-class services, gastronomic experiences & a vibrant nightlift scene for locals and tourists alike. With FLNT Bar, Fire Restaurant and Atico Lounge all under one roof, 1-Atico is rightfully Orchard's pièce de résistance.
Fire Restaurant will display Singapore’s only “Fire in the Sky” showmanship, with splendid Argentina steaks and modern presentations of authentic cooking methods.
Fire, a name that represents passion and pays homage to the powerful primal tool that creates legendary gastronomy creations. Specialising in superior standard cuts of meat grilled to perfection over a Parrilla, the dining space provides a full experience where texture, flavour and harmony is paramount - all revolving around Fire.
FLNT Bar is a charming, high-energy bar, serving a combination of Japanese Peruvian items (heavily inspired by Nikkei cuisine from Peru) and a fine selection of world-class sakes, Nikkei-inspired cocktails, etc, in an upbeat space.
Coming alive at night, Atico Lounge transforms into a radical futuristic playground. Visual compositions crowns the space, devoted to creating a surreal, immersive and psychedelic experience.
The Fabulous Baker Boy is relaunching their multi-concept F&B brand at creative enclave the Aliwal Arts Centre in January 2021 with a bigger 70-seater space and expanded menu. Formerly located at the foothills of Fort Canning, The Fabulous Baker Boy spearheaded by owner, baker and theater actor Juwanda Hassim, has re-emerged from the initial closure and Covid-19 situation, bigger, better and more fabulous than before.
With the new location at Aliwal Arts Centre, Juwanda hopes to bring together his love for food and theatre under one roof. The multi-concept bakery, patisserie, cake shop, café, restaurant and caterer to the arts centre, is the only place in Singapore to combine all these elements under one roof and kitchen. And with a new tagline and mission statement - Big Love Bakery and Soul Kitchen, Juwanda hopes to communicate how personal and grateful he is for this project. Employing a women-empowered team of bakers and cooks, floor staff from all walks of life, delivery services of friends who are currently out of jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Juwanda is giving back to the community in a big way and in a manner only he knows how, by sharing his love for cooking and baking.
Customers can expect more at the new venue. The artisanal baked goods menu will be expanded to include a steady stream of sourdough breads, croissants, quiches, danishes and cookies in addition to The Fabulous Baker Boy’s famous range of Diva and Divo cakes named after celebrities. There will be at any one time 14 different cakes to choose from on site.
The all-day brunch and lunch menu will also be expanded to include some new items such as Pumpkin and Ricotta Ravioli with burnt butter and sage, sourdough pizzas and hasselback potatoes with a saucy local twist will replace regular french fries. Popular favourites such as Corn Beef Hash, Chicken & Waffles and Ju’s Prawn Pasta that draw customers back time and time again will remain on the menu.
For those looking for a great cup of coffee, The Fabulous Baker Boy will be continuing their coffee supplier relationship with homegrown coffee roasters Highlander, this time round, anchoring their relationship in a more meaningful way by representing them in barrister competitions in the near future. Customers can also expect smoothies, milk shakes, ice creams and chocolate-based beverages on the new menu.
The interior design of the new F&B space will feature a country theme with simple Nordic elements incorporated to lend a natural and clean silhouette allowing for lots of natural light to stream through.
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!
Offering a completely different experience from its Esplanade branch, the new Barossa Bar & Grill at VivoCity shines the spotlight on dry-aged Australian beef and Josper oven-grilled lamb, poultry and seafood dishes. The Australian-inspired restaurant serves only the highest quality and carefully sourced meats from Australian farms.
Barossa specially curates its selection of Australian beef from four renowned brands. The Bass Strait range showcases 100% grass-fed beef — the cattle are raised on natural rye grasses and clover. Wanderer’s free-range beef offerings come from cattle that roam freely in paddocks and feed on barley. Josdale is an Australian pioneer of 100% grass-fed black angus; its cattle roam the verdant pastures of Gippsland in Victoria and are antibiotic- and hormones-free. Finally, Carrara’s array of multi-award winning wagyu is known for its superb texture and intense flavour, which are derived from first-class genetics and grain-fed for a minimum of 350-400 days. Their cattle is traced from birth to ensure biosecurity and meat safety while providing the best animal welfare.
In addition, the restaurant boasts its own dry-ageing fridge, the Dry Ager®. The bigger cuts such as porterhouse and tomahawk are aged for 50 days while the smaller cuts such as tenderloin and striploin are aged around 25 days. The natural enzymes in the meat break down some of the collagen, resulting in a tenderer texture. During the dry-ageing process, the beef also loses a percentage of its total weight due to water evaporation, which causes the flavour to become more concentrated and intense.
The restaurant overlooks the tranquil water leading to Sentosa Island, making it an ideal address for sedate sessions replete with tête-à-têtes. Perfect for casual gatherings, its special al-fresco menu features tapas from just S$6, cheese platters (from S$28) and pizzas (from S$24). Kick back and relax with offerings such as Japan Sakoshi Bay Oyster ½ Dozen, Chipotle Buffalo Wings, Truffle Fries and Char-grilled Prawns with Spicy Citrus Dressing.
Barossa carries about 10 wine labels from Australia as well as a wide selection of white and red wines from Italy, New Zealand, France and South Africa. Classic cocktails such as mojito, pina colada, amaretto sunrise and tequila sunrise are available here as well.
Allium is a 16-seater restaurant, bringing out the best in sustainable and local produce through a refined culinary style that is modern yet modest. Plant-based cuisine is Allium's secondary focus, vegans and vegetarians are always welcome.
Helmed by husband-wife duo Executive Chef Dillon Ng, formerly of The Humble Loaf and GastroSmiths, and Pastry Chef Lusiana Hendrika, formerly of Sukha Delights in Bandung, Indonesia, Allium features an ever evolving seasonal menu that showcases sustainably and ethically sourced ingredients as well as celebrates international inspiration and local roots. A tightly curated wine selection completes the experience in a perfect complement of the chefs’ creations. Experience Allium’s hospitality and culinary wonders through either a multi-course prix fixe brunch or dinner menu. Whichever experience you pick will be a gastronomic journey to remember.
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.
Moving towards Asia expansion, Jakarta-based café chain Maxx Coffee has launched its first international outpost at NUS Library. The popular lifestyle coffee chain has more than 80 outlets in 23 cities across Indonesia.
The Maxx Coffee story began with a deep passion to provide Indonesians with the best coffee and lifestyle experiences. In March 2015, their founders opened the first Maxx Coffee store in Cikarang, East Jakarta with aspirations of becoming Indonesia’s number one local coffee chain, serving wide range of specialty coffees made with freshly ground Arabica beans sourced from coffee regions in Indonesia and around the world.
They will also be opening up very soon at 5 other locations in Singapore.
A cafe by day and a bar by night, Slate is the newest addition to Purvis Street.
As a dual concept restaurant, Slate promises diners an experience like no other, with menus that change every so often. A cafe by day, Slate serves hearty brunch items that are best enjoyed with a warm cup of coffee. After the sun sets, Slate transforms into a modern bar and restaurant that serves contemporary Asian food paired with a thoughtfully curated selection of wines, craft beers and bespoke cocktails. However, the star of the show at Slate is definitely its house made products, which range from chillies, pickles and jams to butter and breads.
Frequently adding new dishes to lunch and dinner menus, the restaurant’s menu has something for everyone. Fuel yourself with Slate’s lunch menu which includes elegant twists to familiar dishes. Order the Tuna Poke Noodle Bowl to try the cafe’s unique take on your typical poke bowls.
The Blue Ginger has come a long way and has finally established their 2nd branch at the newly-revamped Great World City.
The inspiration behind their starting “blue ginger” cannot be fully explained without first sharing with you the aspects of peranakan culture. As a peranakan, the signature of a well-bred “Nonya”, or Straits Chinese lady, was how well one could cook. It was often the matriarch of the family who would bring the entire family together, over a mouth-watering spread of spicy and aromatic dishes.
Their journey of rediscovery was prompted by the fond memories of hearty feasts at grandma’s. The Blue Ginger was created simply through their desire to share their unique culture with others.
Today, the restaurant is run by a team of people who are passionate towards this end.
Rumours Beach Club in Sentosa is the only beach club in Singapore to have three swimming pools, with different pockets of spaces such as the VIP Area, Cabana Area, Beachfront Area, Indoor Area, Outdoor Area and Alfresco Area which can be sectioned off to cater for events of all sizes.
From private romantic dinners to full-fledged wild parties for party-goers, Rumours Beach Club brings in a whole new beach experience perfect for any type of get-togethers. All you gotta do is turn up, tune out, lounge on and #getbeachy.
You don't have to take a flight out because Rumours Beach Club will whisk you to Bali right here in Singapore.
Need something to share the love with? Featuring a sumptuous crustacean delicacy, Rumours' Seafood Platter from the Jimbaran grill perfect for sharing. Indulge as their platter comes with fresh Jumbo Prawns, 500g Bamboo Lobster, whole Red Snapper and whole Grade A Squid.
The popular hotpot restaurant chain Haidilao has set-up another new outlet at Marina Square and this is their first overseas branch to launch their exclusive custom-order service plus robotic servers.
From the main dining hall to your own private dining room, lose yourself in an immersive dining experience through sound and light projection, this new branch is unlike any other restaurants you’ve visited.
As a brand created in 1994, Haidilao International Holding Ltd. has developed into a world-renowned catering enterprise over the course of a two-decade development.
The first overseas Haidilao store was opened in Singapore in 2012, marking the first step in its global expansion. Since 2012, 10 stores have been launched in Singapore. In June 2019, Haidilao, widely accepted by local people and media, won the "(SPBA) Top Ten Industry Leading Brands Award of China" awarded by Lianhe Zaobao, an authoritative newspaper, in Singapore.
The 44-seater Butcher’s Block at Raffles Hotel presents a stylish and lively dining experience showcasing some of the world’s finest cuts of meats cooked with wood fire. Feast your eyes on premium meats hanging in the Meat Vault and on over 200 exciting wine labels, including a good selection of natural wines, in the Wine Library.
At Butcher’s Block, they present a truly special experience – an exclusive and communal dining journey, featuring off-the-menu specials that change daily and are only revealed on the very evening itself. Expect a sumptuous multi-course menu specially crafted and personally brought to your table by Chef Rémy Lefebvre and his culinary team, who will regale you with insights of the dishes presented. The experience will be complemented with a curated selection of 4 exquisite wines for your delight to your heart’s content, whilst being seated at the coveted 3-metre long OAK (One of A Kind) Table right in front of the open kitchen.
BTM Mussels & Bar by Deliciae Hospitality Management (DHM) on Duxton Hill is a casual restaurant and bar concept serving European comfort food, with the star being fresh seasonal mussels served in a variety of styles and international flavours, with crisp golden French fries; best enjoy with an ice cold beer!
BTM = “BACK TO MUSSELS”.
Inspired by chef and restaurateur Olivier’s experience in being the first to expand and popularise Belgium’s ‘mussels and fries’ restaurant concept throughout France, BTM Mussels & Bar relives that delicious chapter of his culinary story in Singapore, and celebrates the flavourful gem of the sea, showcasing its natural sweetness by preparing them in a variety of styles and flavours popular throughout Europe.
In addition to mussels and fries, BTM Mussels & Bar serves a wide selection of comfort food from the Benelux region of Europe (i.e. Belgium, France and the Netherlands), including a variety of small plates, tartes flambées and charcuterie and cheese boards, which are best enjoyed with drinks and ideal for sharing!
From to France to Singapore with love. Merci Marcel is a living & meeting space where good food meets great experience. The multi-concept French lifestyle brand has launched their flagship establishment at Palais Renaissance.
Rendez-vous over a cup of coffee, at brunch or for a quick lunch at their café chic. Savour their sharing plates and curl up on their welcoming sofas. Sip French wines or enjoy cocktails on our chic-bohemian atmosphere. Browse and shop from their carefully curated selection of wines, cheeses and boutique items. Immerse yourself in art, creativity and inspiration. Live life, la vie en Marcel.
Taikoo Lane Hotpot, is a restaurant that doles out authentic Sichuan and Cantonese hotpot broths and offerings! The concept is a brainchild of Chengdu Restaurant, which is known for its mouth-watering Sichuan cuisine. Taikoo Lane boasts a mixture of individual pots and large shared pots, so solo diners or large groups can enjoy a hotpot session anytime they have a craving.
Taikoo Lane’s version of the Sichuan Spicy Broth follows the traditional method of using beef tallow instead of oil. The beef tallow-based mala broth is much more flavourful than the oil-based renditions other hotpot restaurants in Singapore serve.
Chengdu Green Pepper Broth is another Taikoo Lane special Mala broth. Taking inspiration from Chengdu Restaurant’s best-selling Fish with Green Peppercorn Soup, the green peppercorn broth is a brand-new offering specially created by the Taikoo Lane team. Peppercorn oil and green peppercorns are Sichuan specialities, and the restaurant imports the ingredients from the province.
For diners who prefer non-spicy broths, there are offerings available such as Fish Soup Broth with Fresh Milk and Collagen Nourishing Pork Bone Soup. Both of these soups will appeal to ardent appreciators of Cantonese dishes. Able to alleviate the symptoms of excessive dampness in the internal system of our body, the nourishing fish soup broth is made with specially selected fresh fish and salmon bones. The gelatinous pork bone broth is superbly tasty and moreish — a medley of pork bones, whole chicken, pig skin and spices are cooked for over seven hours to achieve a rich and milky consistency.
Taikoo Lane offers a smorgasbord of unique hotpot ingredients. A DIY dish, the Lobster Noodles pays tribute to Hong Kong’s popular version. Simply immerse the crustacean and noodles into the broth, then mix the cooked items with the special sauce and condiments and voila! If so inclined, cook the seafood and noodles separately in different broths so that they can soak up different flavours for a truly unique dish. Living up to its name, the Magical Growing Mushrooms promises a culinary spectacle. Arranged artfully in a garden of lettuce, tomatoes and eggs, the enoki mushrooms will grow taller before your very eyes as you water it!
One of the most influential chefs in modern Chinese culinary movement, Celebrity MasterChef Jereme Leung makes his return to Singapore with contemporary Chinese restaurant, Yì by Jereme Leung at Raffles Hotel Singapore.
Nestled on the third level of the restored Raffles Arcade, Yì by Jereme Leung leverages on the art form of fine dining to awaken the appetite and the senses of guests. The restaurant delivers cuisine that takes guests on an exploration voyage to China’s vastly diverse cultural regions.
Inspired by the Chinese myth surrounding the god, Pangu which depicts the creation of Heaven and Earth, YĂ¬ by Jereme Leung uses neutral earthy materials and tones like stone and timber to embrace the main dining hall as a reflection of ‘Earth’ while the custom ceiling details references the elements of the ‘sky’. This is reflected as diners step into the main dining hall of the restaurant which seats over 60 persons.
Three private rooms are available at YĂ¬ by Jereme Leung with one room that seats 10 persons while the other two adjoining rooms fit 8 guests each. Diners who want to enjoy the ambience of the main dining hall but yet prefer more privacy will delight in the semi-private area that can accommodate two tables of 8 guests each.
Enjoy Chef Jereme’s creations like the Hundred-ring Cucumber & Poached Sea Whelk with Soy Sauce Vinaigrette – a classic dish found in China’s Northern region during warm summermonths. The dish is skilfully sliced with a hundred cuts forming a continuous spiral and served with poached sea whelk, finished off with a tangy and refreshing homemade vinaigrette.
Fried Rice with Char Siew, Pork Belly & Pickled Long Beans
Chef Jereme Leung who was raised and educated in Singapore, began his culinary career at the age of 13, starting from the kitchens of Hong Kong. Throughout his career, he has mastered all four cornerstones of Chinese cooking ranging from dim-sum, Chinese barbecue, wok-cooking to knife work. Chef Jereme continued to hone his craft at some of the most prestigious hotels in Southeast Asia which gradually led him to embark on a food pilgrimage across China in the 1990s to explore the flavours of different regions, their ingredients and cooking techniques. He moved to Shanghai, China in 2002, and since then has opened over 9 restaurants across the world. Yì by Jereme Leung will be his first restaurant in Singapore and his long-awaited homecoming.
The sky is not the limit. A full-scale revamp gives impetus to LeVeL33, elevating a sky-high concept into an apex experience for the senses.
The world’s highest urban microbrewery, LeVeL33 seamlessly melds craftsmanship, artistry and hospitality for a truly elevated experience – in all senses. Located on the apex level of Marina Bay Financial Tower 1, LeVeL33 offers three different spaces: the LeVeL33 Dining Room, LeVeL33 Social, and the Terrace; overlooking the most spectacular skyline views of Singapore.
The three spaces deliver dining genres from gourmet to casual, and ambiences from refined privacy to social revelry. Anchoring these spaces is the bar and copper brewery in the middle, where their outstanding craft beers are made with strict adherence to authentic age-old recipes and traditional techniques. The ContemBrewerycuisine developed by Executive Chef ArChan Chan is a unique contemporary beer-centric cuisine which synthesises the culinary aspect and beer brewing elements; each eatery offers a menu tailored for their individual atmosphere and service style.
As the world’s highest urban microbrewery dedicated to the fullest appreciation of craftsmanship in its beer, wines and fine food in a multi-ambience, multi-zone setting, LeVeL33 remains faithful to its core objective and promise. This extensive new revamp has served to ramp up the guest experience even further. And making LeVeL33 into Singapore’s pinnacle venue for business interaction, friendly socialisin g, romantic intimacy, gastronomic indulgence and all forms of celebratory life-affirming activity, in the pulsating heart of Singapore’s iconic waterfront.
A cozy terrace in the heart of Clarke Quay, Yin is for like-minded people to congregate. Located within The Riverhouse, Yin is an al-fresco bar by day and lounge by night, where their patrons can enjoy non-stop entertainment ranging from LIVE performances to sports, from dusk ’till dawn.
A melodious blend of tradition and modernity, Mimi at The Riverhouse in Clarke Quay fuses intriguing flavours from Sichuan, Shanghai and Mongolia with contemporary cooking techniques and distinctive presentations to create an engaging dining experience. Heavily invigorated by its past as a headquarter for secret societies, every dish seeks to convey the secrets, origins and stories of Chinese culture. Click here to view Mimi's menu.
Mimi is also a unique wedding venue choice which offers couples a complete experience of modern Chinese cuisine with a touch of cultural heritage in a 150 year old Heritage Building in the heart of Clarke Quay. Check out their Wedding Kit here for more information.
Part of the newly-opened The Riverhouse at Clarke Quay, Yang is the first upmarket International Asian Club with a distinct music and theatrical entertainment direction. Positioned to be continuous innovators in the Nightlife industry, this nightspot will be the future top-of-mind experiential nightclub identity for Asian revelers in Singapore.
Elegance and Class in Clarke Quay's Oldest Establishment.
Housed within the most iconic and time-honored property in Clarke Quay, The Riverhouse is a multi-concept destination run by 1-Group comprising of an alfresco bar, modern Chinese restaurant and world-class nightclub.
Built in the 1870s along the banks of Clarke Quay, The Riverhouse began life as a thriving “secret society” house helmed by several headmen of the notorious Ghee Hok Society. The same vibrancy continues to live today in this two-storey multi-concept space housing a modern Chinese restaurant, alfresco bar and world-class nightclub – namely Mimi, Yin and Yang.
With its distinctively seductive Chinese architecture, remnants of the past are still present as the establishment pays homage to Eastern influences with top-notch Asian-fusion cuisine and monthly exchanges with the top clubs in Asia. Diners and partygoers alike can expect an immersive experience as they marvel at the sultry décor that amalgamates tradition and modernity.
Mustard Seed has evolved from a pop-up to a cosy 13-seater restaurant.
They want to provide an intimate communal dining experience, like going to a dinner party at a friend's house. They invite their guests to gather round their table over good food and drinks.
Ming Kiat is the chef and owner of Mustard Seed. A proud Singaporean, he creates an original menu based on his personal interpretation of Singapore's food. He spent his formative years working for Chef Hisao Goto at Goto Kaiseki restaurant and learnt about local ingredients and cuisine under Chef Malcolm Lee at Candlenut. Ming Kiat regards both of them as important mentors in his journey.
Mustard Seed's cuisine is rooted in Singaporean flavours and inspired by Japanese cuisine and technique. They serve an omakase style tasting menu that will change bi-monthly. The tasting menu is priced at $138 per person.
They offer a small but carefully curated drinks list featuring a selection of beers, sakes and wines that they enjoy.
MAI by Dashi Master Marusaya is a premium dashi concept restaurant by Japanese katsuobushi wholesaler, Marusaya. The 38-seater restaurant is dedicated to serving authentic Japanese dishes using superior ingredients directly imported from Japan, together with all-natural dashi made from special aged bonito and quality konbu. The Marusaya group also runs two other Japanese dining concepts in Singapore: Dashi Master Marusaya and Ten Sushi and Bar, since 2014.
Founded in 1962, Marusaya is dedicated to supplying katsuobushi for commercial use, with over 9,000 customers from food establishments including soba, udon, ramen and Japanese kappo restaurants. The dashi used at MAI is of a different calibre, as the company takes pride in its Satsuma 2-year-old hongare-honbushi, made from skipjack tuna which is dried and fermented over two years. This is unlike other katsuobushi, which is fermented only over a year. The extended period of fermentation draws out almost all moisture and concentrates the flavour of the katsuobushi, making it especially strong in umami. The aged bonito is then cooked with specially imported Rishiri kelp – one of the best categories of kelp that’s harvested around Hokkaido – for over an hour, to produce a broth that reveals sophisticated flavours, which is thoughtfully infused into every dish. It is worthy to note that besides dashi, no MSG or any other chemical seasoning is used. One can be assured of a delicious, healthy and authentic Japanese dining experience at MAI.
KOMA, a brand new Japanese restaurant and sushi bar by leading hospitality company TAO Group, is set to satiate guests with an elevated dining experience when it opens at Marina Bay Sands on 26 July.
The restaurant will offer diners with a modern interpretation of Japanese cuisine, featuring original creations by its Executive Chef Kunihiro Moroi, using fresh and seasonal produce and ingredients from Japan.
Bold and distinct interior design elements – from a striking 20 metre-long passageway flanked with orange arches that greet guests as they arrive, to a dramatic 2.5 metre-high, one-of-a-kind bell that overlooks a traditional Japanese foot bridge and reflecting pool - will complement the cuisine and lend to the modern and sophisticated vibe within the 230-seat restaurant, which includes an oversized sushi bar and a private dining room at the mezzanine. The space is designed by renowned American firm Rockwell Group, which is behind the design of several of TAO Group’s establishments, which include restaurants TAO Downtown, Vandal, Feroce and Avenue in New York.
The opening of KOMA will complete the trio of concepts launched by TAO Group and Marina Bay Sands as part of a new dining and entertainment complex at the integrated resort, along with nightclub MARQUEE which opened in April and cocktail lounge AVENUE in May this year. KOMA also marks the fourth concept opened by TAO Group in collaboration with Marina Bay Sands, which began with LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar in January 2018.
Straits Chinese Signatures at Esplanade is managed by Guan Hoe Soon Group, the oldest Nonya Restaurant in Singapore. Using secret recipes handed down thru the generations, the original taste of an authentic Peranakan cuisine has been preserved closely, using only the freshest ingredients and select choice of spices.
Straits Chinese Signatures also provide nonya catering services for special occasions. They cater a wide choice of dishes, available at great prices.
With many satisfied customers whom they had the honor of catering to, they are confident that they will delight you and your friends with an authentic peranakan affair.
Nestled within the Novena district, NUSS Mandalay Road Guild House offers an idyllic retreat from the hustle and bustle of busy city streets. Housed in an iconic two-story black-and-white bungalow, the Society’s third Guild House exudes classic colonial charm with the comfort and familiarity of modern design.
Savour the homely flavours of Colonial Hainanese cuisine amidst the elegant dining setting of The Restaurant @ Mandalay, or be surrounded by lush greenery at the outdoor patio.
They also have a spacious fitness studio. Whether you are looking for a rejuvenating yoga session, or an upbeat dance workout, gain access to this studio and other facilities that NUSS has to offer by being a member.
The Lounge Bar, located on the second floor of the beautifully restored shophouse and tucked away on 76 Duxton Road, is curating Singapore’s finest Savoie inspired cocktails. With access to over 40 herbs flown directly from the stunning French Alps, The Lounge Bar is the Lion City’s first drinking establishment offering such a dedicated selection and bringing a little slice of the alps to Asia.
“It is a great privilege to showcase the work of artisans and small batch producers as their motives are different. There are some wonderful examples of generational heritage among the selection at The Lounge Bar. This makes for a great experience for our guests, especially when we share their story, their inspiration – it always adds a little extra magic to each cocktail! – Anant Tyagi, Owner The Lounge Bar
In a league of its own, The Lounge Bar cocktail program of herb-inspired concoctions is a delicious, if somewhat potent, ode to Chef Gillon’s hand-selected herbs.
Here's a couple of the bar's cocktail creations:
Sariette – Imagine an aromatic blast of rosemary, thyme the moment you pick up this Islay led cocktail. A generous dram of Smokehead whirled around with Montenegro, Branca Mentha, Campari, Carpano Antica formula and Angostura Bitters is sublime.
Hyssop – if you’re craving a slightly bitter pour, look no further. The carefully calculated formula of this minty herb with high tannins with infused rum, St Germaine liqueor, Peychaud Bitters, pillow soft egg-white, a dash of lime juice and simple syrup – simply addictive.
Agastache – this thoughtful creation is a complex mix of this licorice, almost star anise flavoured herb, with beautifully distilled pisco. Add the slightly smokey Pierde Almas Mezcal, Aperol, whisked egg white, lemon juice, grapefruit bitters, sage syrup and you’ll reach new highs!
Visit the bar for more unique cocktails to try. In addition to the bar’s signature selection, the classics have been embraced and elevated to greater heights with the help of craft spirits.
The Lounge Bar is an intimate, elegant and warm den inviting guests to find their favourite spot and settle down with a luscious cocktail. Be it a girls night out, a romantic couples evening or whisky with the lads, the modern design suits all occasion and parties. Two chesterfield sofas have been placed for slightly larger groups while a handful of low tables is perfect for more private drinks. High stools at the bar gives guests direct view of mixologists muddling, blending and shaking away as the pour perfectly executed cocktails.
With more than 8 years under its belt, Barracuda Restaurant has now opened its doors in Singapore where Chef Ferdinand is sure to impress and please diners with his incredible menu, dedication to using quality ingredients and an ambiance that feels both exclusive and inclusive.
From the restaurant’s humble beginnings of its first opening in 2010 in Maenam Beach of Koh Samui, Barracuda has progressively gained its solid reputation as being one of the best restaurants on the island.
Chef Ferdinand’s love for fine cuisine and enthusiasm in bringing forth true flavors with the use of top quality fresh ingredients set him apart from any restaurant on the island. Barracuda’s first shop only opened for dinner service to a small number of 18 patrons per evening. Dining at the restaurant required formal reservations beforehand and guests were served dishes from a more varied selection of menu items. Still, Barracuda held true to its name for serving its guests tastefully and artfully prepared plates at affordable prices and its presence soon came to be appreciated by food lovers near and far.
Chef Ferdinand’s innovative approach to food and dedication to his restaurant honed him awards from Thailand Tatler’s magazine voting Barracuda as “Best Restaurant” for three consecutive years from 2013-2015. Travelers and frequent diners also delighted in their experiences at Barracuda thus contributing to the restaurant’s winnings of many “Certificate of Excellence” awards on Tripadvisor.
With Barracuda’s highly favorable reviews in sight, a larger space for Chef Ferdinand’s culinary hotspot was conceptualized. The restaurant would then relocate to the area of Bophut Beach, Koh Samui, Thailand and undergo a construction of newly designed interiors to accommodate seating for 48-50 people and new ‘waiting area’ where guests to sip on trendy cocktails and aperitifs before being seated for meals.
Despite the restaurant’s external makeover, Chef Ferdinand’s primary focus remained on producing food with a modern twist of Mediterranean and Asian influences with the best ingredients as a key part to his daily work ethics and menu creations.
He now takes all of these knowledges, experiences and incredible cuisine to the tables of Singapore.
15 Stamford by Alvin Leung at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is Chef Alvin Leung’s latest gastro-adventure to rock the Lion City. The London-born chef shot to fame for his multi-faceted cuisine at three Michelin-starred Bo Innovation in Hong Kong, using rule-breaking culinary rebellion as his personal brand.
At 15 Stamford, Chef Leung has taken inspiration from his years of walking through Asia to pay humble tribute to Asian cuisine.
The stunning Freemasons Hall building which sits at 23A Coleman Street will soon be home to The Masons Table which is opening mid December.
The Masons Table will serve honest food and artisan wines set in relaxed and historical surroundings, right in the centre of Singapore.
The Masons Table serve the very best of modern European cuisine, inspired by the flavours of Italy and France. From hearty all-time favourite starters and main dishes, to signature thin-crust pizzas, to charcuterie and cheese sharing plates - there's something for everyone to enjoy. All of their dishes are designed to meld perfectly with their selection of artisan wines.
East Treasure Chinese Restaurant is another exciting new concept by ASTONS, serving an extensive menu of delectable, exquisite and value-for-money Chinese cuisine created by their Master Chef. Pairing up the freshest ingredients with modest cooking styles incredibly bring out the natural flavours of ingredients which is never too heavy on the palate and offer a more distinctive experience for discerning diners.
The casual and cosy ambience is the ideal venue to hang around with family, friends, and associates over a satisfying meal.
Bonjour! The charming & well-received Merci Marcel in Tiong Bahru has recently established their second branch at Club Street.
The new branch which also has Parisian inspired décor, boasts a space of 1,250 sq ft.
On the menu: T-bone New Zealand Black Angus wth oven baked potatoes and thick crème fraiche homemade Béarnaise sauce ($69), Duck Parmentier façon Marcel ($26) – a duck confit dish, Hokkaido Scallop Carpaccio ($29) and more.
Go Big or Go Home – and that’s exactly what the trio founders of Monte Carlo Boys bar & restaurant did!
Exposed to Monaco’s lavish lifestyle at a very tender age, William, Anthony and Julien brought their game right to the heart of the Central Business District. Being the first Monaco establishment to set foot in Singapore, owners and notorious high school buddies Julien, William and Anthony expands their empire with its rustic metal and wooden fixtures, that enhances the captivating industrial-chic lounge located at the fringe of Club Street, so fret not Instagram enthusiasts.
The Monte Carlo Boys aim to socially share their homeland’s authentic flavours and vibes with their first international venture, while glorifying their own personal life motto – “Life’s too short to drink bad beers and liquors” – and to do exactly that, they have graciously brought in their very own cultivation of luxurious and full-bodied beer. Trust in the Monte Carlo Boys when they say you’ll never have another experience that pays homage with Monegasque dining delicacies infused with heritage and passed down tradition elsewhere.
Partner in crime William Scheffer will not disappoint. This man is the living example of ‘No Risk, No Rewards’. His experiences roaming South East Asia within the past decade has cultivated certain values he treasures, so don’t mess because the 30-year-old operational expertise definitely knows how to handle his liquor as well as his patrons. “I want to be able to provide a place where people feel at home, and that can be seen here where the crew is able to utilize their strengths. That also means they would be having fun, with our food and drinks of course!”. Geared up with several successful entrepreneurial rendezvous, what William embodies can be seen in the products he distributes to well known hotels in Singapore and now here at Monte Carlo Boys.
The glue that keeps these boys in check is none other than Julien Picard. The 31-year-old real estate connoisseur splurges his substantial experience deemed with impeccable taste can be seen in the establishments outlook. Make sure to come as often to meet the busy man himself. Be prepared for a crazy night out with the bartender’s and boys’ generosity, because that’s what makes everybody come back for more.
In line with its name, Monte Carlo Boys has so much more to offer on site for all age groups to dine, host events and network all while busking in a lifestyle concept that everyone indulges in.
Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White (the chef-restaurateur and television star behind Hell’s Kitchen Australia) was the world’s youngest chef to be awarded three Michelin stars. He then ‘returned’ the stars during the height of his fame. His restaurant in Singapore, The English House, is set to open soon.
The English House is located at the two adjoining colonial buildings which used to be home to the popular bar Madam Wong’s on Mohamed Sultan Road. It will also include a hotel on the second floor, with 18 rooms slated to open when they are ready, following the opening of the restaurant.
Bistro by day, restaurant by night; .elia brings you a specially assembled menu. Find freshly made pasta and sandwiches for lunch and come night, feast on an amalgam of flavours. They promise nothing short of a fantastic dining experience.
The new .elia takes over the former grounds of Oriole Coffee Roasters at Jiak Chuan Road. It is created by the folks behind The Chillout Cafe that was situated at Labuan, Malaysia.
On the menu: Panchetta (Trenette tossed with egg yolk, brown butter and pancetta), Pulled Pork Sandwich w/Russian Dressing on Sourdough Toast, The Scampi and more.
They have a dish simply named as Potatoes. It is a brunch-only dish of grilled potatoes on mashed potatoes, peppered with bacon and caramelised onions plus a Sunny-Side-Up on top to finish.
An establishment by EagleWings (a popular luxury yacht charter in Singapore), nautical-themed cafe & bar EagleWings Loft features a cosy yet sophisticated ambience that is perfect for a weekend family brunch or any typical work-week meal.
On the menu: Foie Gras w/Duck Rillete, Truffle Blackbeard, Marco Polo Creamoso, Lobster Submarine, Chicken Diavola and more.
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.
New at Rendezvous Hotel's Courtyard, Five Marbles Craft Beer Restaurant provides a casual, comfortable environment where everyone can enjoy and appreciate special craft beer brews.
From all over the world, their carefully curated list includes craft beer brewed right here in Singapore, Japan, Australia, USA, UK, and also ciders from New Zealand and Citra Sea Mead from London. Their craft list will be refreshed from time to time for you.
To accompany their curated selection of 12 craft beers on tap, they have created a mouth-watering selection of dishes to complete your dining experience. Their food menu consists of signature dishes infused with craft beers as well as a variety of tantalising bar bites.
Lucky Bar brings the best to the West as the only cocktail bar in Holland Village. Serving up a dynamic list of craft beers and tasty cocktails along with fun bar bites, Lucky Bar is located on the rooftop of Full of Luck Club restaurant and is only accessible via the alleyway behind the restaurant.
You can order the best-selling signatures from the main restaurant to have at the bar; duck spring rolls with hoisin sauce, golden sand corn with salted egg yolk and braised pork belly bao with lettuces, pickled lotus roots and fried shallots and more.
Tucked at the edge of Orchard Road within the vibrant arts enclave, Straits Cafe adds much dazzle to the heart of a heritage district. This 120-seater restaurant nestled in Rendezvous Hotel has undergone a recent facelift.
The restaurant’s new facade boasts a myriad of bold colours and geometric accents, a generous use of marble and wood furnishing, and several decorative highlights such as rustic Chinese baskets, vintage enamelware of tingkat, plates and mugs, and quirky display pieces, creating a contemporary dining setting with a touch of traditional that is sure to encapsulate a cosy dining experience for all.
Established since 1998, Straits Cafe presents an iconic buffet spread of local and international fare from the Straits Settlement of Penang, Singapore and Malaysia. Its menu features an extensive spread of fresh seafood, sashimi and signature favourites such as Nonya Laksa, Popiah, Kueh Pie Tee, Rojak and an array of durian desserts!
Morsels is a creative atelier serving wildly creative small plates of ingredient driven and artisanal fine eclectic cuisine, and yet one can expect a dining experience similar to dining in a friend`s home. Relocated from Mayo Street, you will find the new Morsels at Dempsey Road.
Chef Owner Petrina Loh helms the kitchen and draws from her love for the arts to create an artisanal menu that is imaginative yet comforting. Her signature structured approached coupled with a deep respect for ingredients bring about soulful food with flavors that excite the palate.
Porta Fine Food & Import Company is the doorway to an eclectic haven of modern European cuisine and inspiring epicurean treasures from around the world. Expect dishes that skillfully combine fresh produce and seasonal flavours, as well as a retail area that will inspire one to create a wholesome meal worth savouring.
Porta aims to bring to you a fresh experience every season, the focused a la carte menu will be updated every season. Each item on the menu is made from scratch and combines the use of seasonal flavours and premium ingredients.
Helming Porta’s kitchen is Executive Chef Michael Suyanto. Trained in the classical French culinary traditions, the 31 year-old Indonesian has 12 years of culinary experience under his belt. An advocate of presenting his dishes in a clean and simple manner, Michael prefers to let his cooking skills and harmonious use of quality ingredients impress.
Located at 1094 Serangoon Road, Platform 1094 is a restaurant exquisitely decorated as the wizarding world with warm wooden flooring and ceiling. Castle-like bricks were used for the walls together with imported tables and chairs to further enhance the entire dining experience. Food & Drinks menu were interestingly crafted to bring one into the theme.
The cuisine is modern western food with a twist of local flavors served in artistic plating. Chef’s specialty includes pork ribs and crab meat pasta. Exciting brunch menu will also be served on weekends. To complement the mains, affordably priced fine-dining likes of plated desserts will be served. The restaurant also has a wide selection of beverages from craft beers to hand-crafted coffee to Japan imported Lupicia® Tea. In addition, it will also be serving its very own concoction of smoothies and cocktails.
Gudetama Cafe, themed around the lovable and lazy Sanrio character is now at Suntec City. "Gude" describes someone or something with no energy or strength, while "tama" is from the Japanese word tamago, which means egg.
Their menu features dishes such as "I'm Cold" Smoked Salmon Benedict ($26.90), which is poached eggs, smoked salmon and mashed avocado on brioche toast, topped with yuzu Hollandaise sauce; and Rib-"I" Don't Care ($28.50), a 200g chargrilled prime Angus ribeye steak topped with creamy mushroom sauce, served with mashed potatoes and vegetables and more.
They have a merchandise area selling plushies, tumblers and keychains for as keepsakes. There is also a takeaway section for Gudetama-themed sweets.
Best known for their Truffle Ramen, Kanshoku Ramen's 3rd outlet is now at ION Orchard.
The creation of a fine bowl of ramen is an art which requires over 12 hours of work. Kanshoku Ramen's broth is first toilessly boiled over eight hours with filtered water without the addition of added salt and preservatives. They then pick the finest pork from Holland and have them tenderly marinated over four hours. It takes a further two hours to produce fresh Hakata style ramen in-house daily. And finally, select premium eggs from Japan are specially marinated over an hour to perfection to complete their ramen bowl.
With years of experience in ramen-making under their roof, Hokkaido Ramen Santouka brings to you their masterfully assembled ramen for all to enjoy. They have just re-opened at The Central, Clarke Quay.
The donburi (ramen bowl) of Hokkaido Ramen Santouka was specially ordered by their founder. Since each donburi has a thickness that prevents the soup from losing temperature too quickly, the aroma and delicious flavor remain intact until the moment when the customer lifts a spoonful of soup to his/her mouth. The unusual color of the donburi, remains beloved today by many customers as a symbol of Hokkaido Ramen Santouka.
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.
Hong Kong's Michelin-starred Kam's Roast will open at Pacific Plaza on Nov 19 at 1pm, even if its without their signature goose on the menu.
This is the brand's first overseas outlet. In Hong Kong, Kam's Roast Goose earned its Michelin star within four months of opening in 2014. It was started by Mr Hardy Kam, a grandson of the late Mr Kam Shui Fai, who founded the Hong Kong roast goose institution Yung Kee in 1942. In replacement of their signature Roast Goose which they are unable to serve in Singapore at current, they will have succulent Roast Duck instead.
YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant is a modern European restaurant embodied with old-world charm situated in one of the preserved pre-war colonial bungalows in Seletar Aerospace Park.
The 130-seater bar & restaurant offers spacious indoor and outdoor dining spaces; including lounge and bar seating. Located in one of the preserved colonial bungalows that used to be part of the British airbase, YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant offers dining experiences filled with old-world charm away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore city life.
Led by Chef Nicholas Cheng, the diverse and experienced kitchen team serves savoury and creative varieties of European cuisine. Taking fresh and unique ingredients from all over the world, the menu features signatures such as Tomato Feta Salad and Warm Chunky Vegetable Salad for starters, Duck Ragout Pasta for pasta, Flank Steak for main course and Spiced Chocolate Cake for dessert.
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.
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.
Following the refurbishment, the SwissĂ´tel Merchant Court has an increased number of Premier Rooms (238 rooms), Eighteen Swiss Select Clarke Quay Rooms and six Swiss Select Studio Rooms, which offer a private balcony with a view, Swiss Advantage Rooms (160) and two exclusive Swiss Executive Floors (51 rooms) including a refreshed Swiss Executive Lounge, three Suites, three Food & Beverage outlets, a column free ballroom and seven function rooms.
All rooms are well appointed and furnished with a full range of amenities to serve both leisure and business travellers alike. They include a complimentary Handy smartphone, which allows guests to surf the Internet and make IDD calls to 10 selected countries, high-speed internet access, coffee and tea making facilities, in-room safe, and a well-stocked resident’s bar. Two separate IDD phones with individual data ports are standard for all rooms. To meet the high demands of corporate travellers on the go, dedicated Work & Surf areas are available in the hotel lobby with complimentary high speed Internet access throughout the hotel.
For discerning travellers, rooms on the Executive floors provide a well-stocked resident’s bar, in-room Nespresso coffee machine, daily complimentary breakfast and evening drinks at the Swiss Executive Lounge, two separate IDD telephones, high-speed internet access, a separate data port, international plugs at the writing desk and an ergonomically designed work area to ensure optimum comfort while working.
For guests travelling with kids, the SwissĂ´tel Kids Room promises loads of merry for kids up to 12 years of age.
Decorated with toys and books, the room offers beds with adorable themed bedding and colourful clothing hangers in the wardrobe. Writing desks and chairs in fun colours are also available for children to work on their paper crafts. The bathroom comes with child-friendly amenities such as a step stool, flavoured toothpaste and vibrant coloured plastic tumblers. For toddlers, a baby bathtub and bath toys will be provided. To keep the kids entertained, the Kids Room is equipped with a selection of books and entertainment options including Xbox, Wii games, DVD players, DVD movies and kids’ channels on cable TV. For outdoor activities, kids will enjoy the water slides and wading pool located on level two of the hotel. Babysitting service is also available at a fee.
Kotobuki Izakaya is one of the finest and latest dining experience from Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant chain. Located in the heart of Orchard Road, Wisma Atria.
Kotobuki Coffee is the newest concept from Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant chain. It was curated by infusing Japanese western casual dining and Café house. Specialized in Kyoto-style cold drip and siphon coffee, it also serves palatable western food influenced by Japanese cuisine.
Established 32 years ago, Kotobuki is a Japanese dining restaurant that specialised in Kanto cuisine that is served in a causal yet elegant Izakaya style setting. It embodies in the world-renowned Kaizen principle; the passion for continuous improvement, that has placed them at the forefront of Japanese restaurant in Singapore.
At Kotobuki, service and food quality are top of priority, almost like a religion.
Kotobuki is well-known for its authentic Japanese cuisine which also a mastery on traditional Sashimi. A variety of Higawari set lunch and convenient bento take out or delivery are available. It also carries a unique collection of Sake with a list of mouthwatering Otsumami; dish that goes along with alcoholic beverages. Kotobuki Japanese restaurants housed private dining set in traditional Japanese ambience. Elevating customer dining experience with Tatami setting.
Housed in a stunning heritage building along the Singapore riverfront, VLV Singapore is an effortless blend of stylish modernity and tradition. Within its historic walls is a world-class culinary and entertainment oasis; stylish Chinese dining and glamorous club lounge takes centre stage, while a charming alfresco bar and a festive seafood enclave by the river completes the sensuous experience.
Dine at the Chinese restaurant and savour a masterful menu of modern Chinese cuisine by an award-winning culinary team. A comprehensive, top-notch selection of premium wines and alcohol are specially curated to create that perfect palate of taste. Wine, dine and host your private event amidst a century-old structure with a contemporary setting enhanced with oriental flair.
Immerse yourself in the chart-topping beats at the 7000 sq ft Club Lounge, where our resident DJs helm the booths crafting unforgettable party nights. Asia’s leading nightlife destination, VLV Club Lounge is equipped with the leading-edge light and sound technology for a transformative party atmosphere while our luxurious booth seats make available an intimate party space for our VIPs to entertain in comfort. Our all-day bar menu is served from the Restaurant to complement VLV signature cocktails and spirits, delivering the perfect nosh and tipple to carry you from day to night.
Head to the VLV Courtyard where shooting the breeze with your tipple of choice in Singapore’s balmy tropical weather is your kind of style. Relax and chill out at the al fresco bar with delicious light bites and exquisite cocktails. For an alternative dining option, the Riverside is the perfect place to enjoy the freshest live seafood, while overlooking the once-busy river mouth of the grand Singapore River.
VLV Singapore, a peerless global destination for the lifestyle connoisseurs.
Braci is a modern, casual-luxe Italian open kitchen restaurant and a chic rooftop bar.
Perched on the top two floors of a newly-restored heritage shophouse by the Singapore River, Braci is the newest modern Italian restaurant and rooftop bar by renowned restaurateur Beppe De Vito. An exclusive Italian hideaway in the heart of bustling Boat Quay overlooking the river, the casual-luxe 16-seater open-kitchen restaurant and 30-seater bar features progressive Italian cuisine and classic cocktails that are reinvented through modern techniques.
With a name that literally means ‘ember’ in Italian, Braci’s menu is inspired by charcoal, the main cooking method, and draws upon this most primitive form of cooking to re-define and uplift classic Italian cuisine through the use of the Josper oven and the Japanese shichirin grill.
French - Japanese Tapas Restaurant and Bar, Le Binchotan, has opened on Amoy Street.
The menu is a collaboration by Chef Atsuhiko Hagiwara, as well as the Singapore Head Chef, Jeremmy Chiam. The restaurant specializes in meat and seafood grilled over bincho-tan (or white charcoal).
Foie gras shavings with oden-style daikon, wagyu striploin infused with port wine and ume plum liqueur, and Japanese red bream atop cold-smoked eggplant with a dash of shoyu are just some of the favorites from the menu.
Joining the cluster of cool boutique hotels, cafés and restaurants at this gritty part of Little India, Jalan Besar is now home to a new wellness concept. Launched by Prime Group International, the company behind Prime Supermarket, Mahota Commune is a trendy space at Kitchener Complex.
The store aims to promote healthy living through a grocer offering organic produce and health food products, a restaurant and café and a traditional Chinese medicine clinic, all located within a shared space. Besides shopping and dining options, there are wellness activities such as yoga sessions, free weekday meditation classes and free Sunday morning walks around the neighbourhood The store also hosts wine tasting sessions as well as symposiums and pop-up markets.
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.
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.
This high end offshoot of famed Tokyo establishment Hashida Sushi is set for a big revamp. The restaurant is moving upstairs to a unit previously occupied by sister teahouse Hashida Garo.
The new space will be larger, with two private dining rooms (seating seven and 15) as well as a 15-seater main dining room. The place will offer the same exceptional sushi menus crafted by food personality Kenjiro Hashida (or “Hatch” as he’s often known), a charismatic chef who trained at prestigious cooking school L’Ecole Tsuji Tokyo.
In Tokyo and located in Kachidoki, a stone’s throw away from the world famous Tsukiji fish market, Hashida Sushi is one of Japan’s premier gourmet sushi restaurants – currently headed by Master Sushi Chef, Tokio Hashida.
This inventive haute dining establishment at the Mandarin Gallery features premium grade and authentic Japanese sushi, served omakase style in a luxurious, intimate and authentic Japanese setting. By integrating top-of-the-line food and service offerings with a philosophy to impress, Hashida Sushi Singapore promises to create an unforgettable lifestyle dining experience served to privileged dining connoisseurs.
You may be familiar with 5th Quarter, the dramatic and meaty restaurant located at Hotel Vagabond specializing in Australian-Italian charcuterie dishes by executive chef Drew Nocente. After closing temporarily on April 1 for a revamp, it has now unveiled its new space and name, Salted & Hung, at Purvis Street that can seat up to 45 inclusive of 10 counter seats and 35 table seats.
While it's now known as Salted & Hung, nothing much has changed but its location, and the menu is a rehash of popular 5th Quarter plates like beef tongue, onion and wasabi, chocolate salami, and salt and pepper tripe.
Creating a unique and exceptional experience for each guest, UsQuBa derives its name from the Gaelic Usquebaugh, meaning Water of Life, or simply, whisky.
Chef Guven joins UsQuBa with his love and familiarity of Scottish ingredients, and adds his own unique creativity. He will take the highest quality Scottish produce, prepared with French technique, and will add an Asian twist.
Restaurant Manager Mark Mottram brings a well-developed knowledge of Scottish food, gained from working in Edinburgh and Glasgow over the last few years. Having run his own restaurant previously Mark is keen to provide a level of service that is unsurpassed in Singapore.
Young Bar Manager Fong Chan Teng developed a passion for Whisky after tasting a Macallan 25 Years Old Sherry Oak. With a twist of fate, he joined La Maison Du Whisky as Bartender and shortly after was in charge of the Bar. It was during this period that he followed his passion and developed a real in-depth expertise in everything to do with Whisky.
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!
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.
Boat Quay fixture Dallas Restaurant & Bar has opened a second outlet at Suntec City, and the place still offers diners hearty plates and a wide selection of accessible wines and beers.
While its flagship at Boat Quay is a semi-boudoir set up with ubiquitous starched table cloths and scarlet carpets, this CBD branch is a modern and trendy 162-seat space resembling a glass house overlooking the cityscape. The bar is a gleaming island, with back-lit bottles of spirits and a bare-bulb chandelier overhead. The food has none of that chi-chi vibe, however, as the restaurant sticks to honest-to-goodness grub.
Nested in the metropolis heart of CHIJMES, encompassing alfresco, restaurant, bar and nightclub. It is set to give a variety of experiences. It embodies an ideal venue to start and end a night under one roof. So gear up as their Djs fill the atmosphere with different genres of tunes in various areas.
After a year-long renovation that saw a series of new restaurants and new spaces created, the InterContinental Singapore is finally ready to open its doors and display its new look to the public.
Taking full advantage of its location in one of Singapore’s strongest cultural districts, the hotel, first built in 1995, is now back with a fuller sense of its place in the Bugis area. This means there is a stronger emphasis on heritage with highlighted Peranakan influences in the Main Tower of the hotel.
One of the main points of the renovation was to firmly establish and connect the hotel to its surrounding areas. Bugis is one of Singapore’s prime heritage locations and a strong centre point for the arts and culture. Elements of this was incorporated into its design even back in 1995, so that the facade of the hotel closely resembles a three-level shop house.
With its Peranakan architectural influences also comes the culture’s strong sense of hospitality. Spaces throughout the lobby and lobby lounge are designed to be inviting. The Concierge Lounge, located in the lobby area, takes on the feel of a Peranakan living room — a place where traditionally hospitality begins. To this end, special artefacts and mementos are placed around the areas to give guests a sense of the area’s art and culture.
The hotel is made up of two towers, the main building and the heritage wing which had been previously renovated in 2011. For this renovation, the main focus was the lobby lounge area, restaurants as well as the rooms and suites.
Rooms and suites also take on a strong Peranakan appeal as well as touches of the shophouses in the area. Colours, patterns, even the air vents were inspired by those found in old Singapore houses. The suites, their renovation only just completed recently, are larger spaces with sitting rooms. Located on the 16th floor, the suites include living room areas and separate bedrooms.
Experience modern Indian cuisine with an innovative interpretation by renowned Chef Patron Abhijit Saha. Saha’s menu offers an array of eclectic flavours originating from the rich culinary tapestry of various Indian regions, recreated with a twist.
SAHA by award-winning Chef Abhijit Saha presents Regional Indian cuisine with modern techniques of avant-garde gastronomy and international aesthetics.
With a name inspired by the Singapore international dialling code, the new-look all day dining restaurant will open to diners for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Authentic South-East Asian cuisine in abundant portions will be showcased in the vibrant restaurant with a modern market look and feel.
The new All Day Dining Restaurant is open from breakfast through the day. Lunch is an eclectic mix of Deli style food, a large element of plant and soil based foods, with a strong focus on South East Asian taste profiles and dishes. Weekday lunch is an eclectic mix of deli style food ideal for business lunches. A strong focus on plant and soil based dishes are amongst the buffet spread, for those looking to lighter and healthier options.
Hooked! - Seafood Dinner from is on from Thursday to Saturday, the daily South East Asian selection will be enhanced with fresh Fin de Claire oysters, sushi and sashimi, tiger prawns, Boston lobster and Sri Lankan crab. plus hot dishes such as soup-baked cumin red mullet, lobster bisque and poached sweet clams.
There is an option of take away, one plate prix-fix, or a full experience of the food spread, all set in a modern market style environment. The main focus will be on South East Asian cuisine. Authentic and robust flavors, artisanal displays with large and abundant portions, in keeping with farmers market feels.
Sunday Brunch is the highlight of the week, with free flow Champagne, wine, beer and cocktails, accompanied with a live DJ performance jazzing up the weekend. Unlimited platefuls of the freshest seafood including Oysters, a whole tuna sashimi, and hand carved meat cuts, 5 types of smoked salmon, premium Iberico ham, and the signature Sunday Roast with a whole Chicago Bull leg.
In keeping with the Hotel Jen Tanglin's philosophy of the ‘little details done well’, a breakfast take-away is also an option for busy diners as well as a one plate prix fixe during lunch.
The Singapore branch of famous American-Eclectic New York City bakery and restaurant with Southwestern accents has recently opened.
Clinton Street Baking Company, Singapore is comfortable and cosmopolitan. In the morning, it smells like blueberry muffins and fresh ground coffee. Throughout the day, there is the scent of buttermilk fried chicken and vanilla waffles, pancakes and maple butter. All day and night, it sounds like Latin-southern-blue note jazz with a New York vibe that you can feel the second you walk in.
When they began, Neil and Dede were a small wholesale baking company with a storefront and a few loyal neighborhood customers who lingered over coffee and muffins and tapped out on their laptop keys (before smartphones were born).
These days, most folks know Neil’s pancakes are voted best in the city, but it’s his savory roots that ground the menu and make them proud. People call it “comfort food,” but what they are dishing out is American Classics made with the highest quality ingredients, locally sourced -- whenever possible -- with lots of love (and butter).
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore will unveil a brand new restaurant, called Colony, on 23 September 2015. Colony will take over the space formerly occupied by Greenhouse restaurant, which was closed in late March 2015 to facilitate the five-month transformation.
Located on level three, the name Colony alludes to the seafarious voyage that the British took to travel to the East Indies for trade and commerce in the late eighteenth century. Vintage maps and postcards which adorn the walls and decorative ornate leafing evoke the nostalgia of a bygone era, while eight different open concept kitchens, coupled with ‘live’ culinary showmanship, will bring diners on a multi-sensory journey through Singapore’s heritage cuisines including Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, Chinese and Western, with dishes that encapsulate the flavours from the nation’s rich colonial past.
Award-winning New York based designer, Tony Chi, who possesses worldwide renown for designing some of the world’s most spectacular hotels and restaurants, is responsible for Colony’s novel concept, which manages to encapsulate elements and influences from both the East and West, and presenting them in a modern manner that is both meticulously composed and subtly orchestrated.
Robert Louey Design fashions the guest experience through vintage inspired restaurant collateral and packaging, while the butler style uniforms designed by Mineo San of Art Marginal reflect the service philosophy of the restaurant. The air of conviviality reminiscent of the all-day soirées onboard ships that noblemen and their families took from England to the East Indies, will be enhanced by music from Morton Wilson of Schtung Music.
The newly refurbished The Club is poised to reopen its doors after undergoing a nine-month extensive refurbishment. The Club’s newly defined spaces are set to be the latest luxury boutique setting encapsulating luxurious rooms and five exciting food & beverage – all under one roof.
Upon reopening, the fresh new look will bring travellers and locals alike under one interconnected mix of rooms, restaurants, bars and rooftop venues. Planned as an ideal destination getaway to Ann Siang Hill, the once traditional home of exclusive social clubs will be a prime hotspot to revive the spectacular landscape of the venue’s rich diversity and historical roots. Encompassing a total guest experience from the first encounter until the last, The Club invites guests to mingle and stay throughout with its multitude of offerings from day to night.
The Club resides in a heritage building which features 20 well-appointed rooms including two suitesand five unique restaurants and bars. The tastefully decorated rooms and suites are lavish in style and comfort to capture the essence of pure luxury.
Housing five restaurants and bars under its roof, The Club consists of several new wine and dine concepts. Soon to join the highly acclaimed B28 underground whisky bar, guests can expect to see an impressive lounge café & bar, a graceful champagne yard, a second restaurant by The Disgruntled Chef, and the first Peruvian themed rooftop bar in Singapore. The Club’s new interconnected culture easily bridges the way to experience these unique offerings personally, capturing the energy and essence of each venue.
They offer Western comfort food and large format dishes designed specially for sharing.
It is a multifaceted space with indoor and outdoor bar and dining sections ideal for social gatherings, screenings of sports matches, after-work drinks, as well as weddings and other special occasions.
Serving a mix of robust, country-style Cajun seafood and the distinctive richness of Creole cuisine. Dancing Crab is a refreshing, American counterpart to Singapore's equally famed preferences for seafood, shellfish and rich flavors. Backed by one of Singapore's oldest seafood restaurant leaders, TungLok Group, Dancing Crab sources their shellfish from the same vendors used at the group's best seafood restaurants, offering a range from Boston lobster to Dungeness crab.
New Orleans, Louisiana is known for its happy atmosphere, lively music, and high spirits. Dancing Crab brims with life, bringing the same emphasis to its colorful location at The Grandstand, welcoming its guests to eat, drink, and be merry.
The latest, salubrious addition to the Craig Road stretch is PerBacco — an elegant Italian wine bar and restaurant helmed by chef-owner Marco Violano. In Italian, the word ‘PerBacco’ refers to Bacchus, the god of wine and good times and is also used as an expression of pleasure and surprise. It is, indeed, an apt name for an establishment that prides itself on offering an authentic, top-notch Italian bar and dining experience.
The long, spacious bar overlooks the charming street and offers an al fresco feel thanks to high chairs and tables arranged right by its large windows. Here, amid brick-lined walls and dark wood furnishings, Chef Marco offers an impressive range of whiskeys, rums, unpasteurised beers, Italian wines and other spirits, and a list of six classic cocktails including the Manhattan, Negroni, and Spritz. The cocktails are always made to perfection with premium spirits such as Fords London Dry Gin, High West Rye Whiskey and Bottega Gold Prosecco.
To accompany the drinks is a list of premium Ciccheti (Italian bar bites to share) that Chef Marco imports from Italy and stores in a beautiful cold room that forms part of the restaurant’s décor. There are cold cuts like Parma ham aged between 12, 24 and 36 months; mild and sweet small-batch salamenostrano; pure pork salame from Felino, a small town located in the Baganza valley; unctuous salame Milano; and soppressata, a dry salami native to Tuscany and Liguria. These are cut using a beautiful, traditional Tamagnini ham hand slicer brought in from Parma, Italy.
On the menu are refined classics from the Mediterranean, including Chef Marco’s signature homemade spaghetti chitarre (guitar spaghetti, in reference to the guitar-like tool used to make the noodles) with scampi and clay pot fregola (pasta made from semolina, similar to Israeli couscous) with fresh lobster.
Chef Marco makes it a point to import the finest ingredients from around the world, including beef from Kobe, Japan and lamb from New Zealand, which he cooks to deft perfection in his mixed grill. He also brings in seasonal vegetable, fruit and seafood such as mussels and clams from Italy twice weekly.