Cure Concepts unveils Catfish, a brand new contemporary Fish Grill & Raw Bar set to open it’s doors in April 2020 along Gemmill Lane.
Catfish will serve an Asian Fusion menu with a side of tongue-in-cheek humour. The snazzy restaurant-bar will offer a seafood-centric fare highlighting the best of Asian ingredients from the waters and the wilds, prepared through different styles and techniques alongside hand-crafted cocktails with a twist on Asian flavours. As the fifth restaurant under Cure Concepts by Chef Andrew Walsh, Catfish continues to bring delectable dishes and a signature approachable, feel-good vibe to Singapore’s culinary scene, after Cure, Butcher Boy, Bao Boy, and most recently Ember Beach Club with One and Only.
Finally, a bank that speaks your currency. Enjoy bubbly paired with oysters and bites without breaking the bank at The Oyster Bank!
Drop by after a long day for a quick dose of extravagance, without having to break the bank. Indulge in their seafood platter, treat yourself to their scrumptious rice bowls, and knock back a tipple or two (or three, nobody’s counting).
The Oyster Bank dishes out comfort food of Japanese influence, with punchier flavours to tickle the Singaporean taste bud. With raw food at the core of their offerings, The Oyster Bank’s philosophy is anchored on freshness and quality ingredients, perfectly presented in a no-frills manner and yet with a morerish twist. One bite is never enough.
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!
With the closure of its flagship tze char eatery at Hillview Avenue in June this year leaving fans scrambling into the city for their New Ubin fix; an upscale restaurant in the city centre CHIJMES cluster and a hotel restaurant in Zhongshan Park didn’t feel quite the same. Plans were already set in motion by its proprietors, the Pang family, to find a new space that could house the brand’s signature tze char eatery concept. The components were unique to its plight – an amalgamation of years of moving around oft offbeat locations, most famous of which were its Sixth Avenue, Sin Ming Industrial Estate and its latest Hillview Avenue incarnations.
The formula is as bewildering as it is exact. An off-the-beaten-path location accessible at best by car, far flung from the city and tucked away into the forgotten crevices of Singapore. It’d count the likes of paint shops and auto- repair businesses as its neighbours, and its cuisine best enjoyed in a nondescript outdoor canteen setting that has no business serving choice rib-eye cuts, kaya toast on baguette with French butter, or premium Bordeaux in Riedel glasses – but do so anyway. Here, New Ubin’s brand of rustic roots and kampong essence, which it serves its ‘Truly Singaporean’ cuisine with, fares exceedingly.
Today, that recipe has been exacted to a tee, and with all previous moves, comes with its own set of upgrades. Located on the ground floor of Space@Tampines, a commercial property along Tampines Industrial Crescent flanked by furniture showrooms and inflatable air dancers, is the 5,700 square feet New Ubin Village. The proposition is a canteen cluster that houses seven stalls, three of which its own concepts—including its back-to- basics tze char eatery New Ubin Tampines and a brand new incubator stall programme, New Ubin Test Kitchen—all enabled with modern-day technologies that allow guests to order and make cashless payments directly from their table without having to call for a physical menu or bill. A third concept is currently underway and will be announced at a later date.
The new Burger & Lobster is located in Raffles Hotel's famous Arcade, where diners will be able to enjoy a knock-out Burger & Lobster experience served alongside old-school opulence that Raffles Hotel has become hallmarked for.
As at all their venues, their mission (some say obsession) remains to make the most of quality ingredients – whether that’s the Nebraskan family-farmed beef that goes into their prime burgers, the freshest Atlantic lobsters or the premium spirits for their tempting cocktails.
The menu for Burger & Lobster Raffles features some of their all-time favourite dishes, such as their Original Roll, but also showcases a range of brand new never seen before dishes that have been carefully crafted using the freshest ingredients available in order to reflect Singapore's vibrant spirit in their own Burger & Lobster way.
Clove at Swissôtel The Stamford welcomes diners to an unforgettable gastronomic voyage. Explore some of the best global cuisines in their all-day dining buffet restaurant.
Travel across continents, lands and seas through a tapestry of aromas weaved together by an exquisite offering of native and international delights; including a sumptuous seafood selection with exciting Live and Do-It-Yourself stations. The surrounds of an earthy wooden palette with refreshing greenery basking in natural light, is the ideal social ground for a community that enjoys food. View their menu here.
Tucked away in NewGen Retail concept habitat by honestbee, lies two exciting entrants set to shake up Singapore’s dining scene and change your notion of a grocery and dining destination. Introducing oyster and seafood bar hama hama, which brings Asian-inspired small plates and progressive cocktail bar b bar - habitat by honestbee's answer to a speakeasy that's beyond their famous mirrored cul-de-sac Wine and Spirits alley.
Conceptualised by Chef De Cuisine Vincent Ng, hama hama injects a rustic elegance into its seasonal sharing menu. With oysters as the main draw, choose from nine different types that range from French to Irish, including two house specials. hama hama 'pimps' oysters with five cooking styles that range from light (a cincau-like lemon and hot sauce jelly) to a crunchy bite (breadcrumbs with mentaiko aioli).
With its white and blue tiles and gold and brass accents, hama hama is a stylish kitchen and bar for seafood lovers. The main show-kitchen at the back and counter kitchen give guests first class seats to an intimate dining experience. With the ocean’s best catch of the day, guests can start off with the Truffle Udon made with shio kombu, packed with umami goodness in a truffle oil emulsion. The Bouchot Mussels are also a must-try - Chef Vincent uses hae bee hiam (dried shrimp) powder, dehydrated and made from scratch, served with deep fried hor fun strips.
“With Singapore’s hot and humid weather, I like to present dishes that are lighter and more refreshing on the palate,” says Chef Vincent Ng. “We really wanted to put a modern spin on fresh seafood, without overcomplicating things and keeping the flavours simple and clean. Think casual fine dining with the use of Asian ingredients and European techniques. Desserts take you back in time with some nostalgia twists.
Once your appetites have been satiated at hama hama, hit up their b bar which is just a few steps away and in a hidden spot in an unassuming neighbourhood.
Four Seas Fish Grill at Great World City pairs the freshest fish which are sourced directly from both local and international seas with their flavourful signature homemade Asian sauces such as their Old Ginger Sauce, Traditional Nonya Sauce and Homemade Sambal Chilli.
Their sauces are meticulously prepared from scratch using all natural ingredients. Grilled, steamed, pan-seared or wok-tossed, their specially-curated pairings accentuate the flavour of each fish, while retaining their succulent and delicate texture. Savour the delicious wholesome goodness that is fish today!
With a rich culinary identity that spans over three decades, two generations, and multiple locations across and off the shores of Singapore, homegrown restaurant chain New Ubin Group is pleased to announce the opening of its third outlet, New Ubin Zhongshan Park, located along the outskirts of Singapore’s Central Business District, in the vibrant Balestier commune.
The 150-seat restaurant, residing at the ground floor of four-star hotel Ramada by Wyndham Singapore at Zhongshan Park since December 2018, is the hotel’s mainstay dining concept. This marks New Ubin Group’s first hotel restaurant, and is the second outlet the Group has opened in 2018. Earlier in February 2018, the Group opened its first upscale restaurant in the heart of the city, within the icnoic CHIJMES cluster. Prior to this, New Ubin existed as a single tze char eatery in Hillview Avenue—where it continues to reside—with previous incarnations in the rustic Sin Ming Industrial Estate, Sixth Avenue along Bukit Timah Road, Marina Country Club and Clementi.
Both openings put the family-run business on an exciting growth trajectory as it sets out to create a ‘Truly Singaporean’ tze char experience that can hold its own in any context, under the second generation leadership of chef and chief executive officer Alexander Pang, alongside founder and chief operating officer Pang Seng Meng, and the Pang family.
A joint partnership between New Ubin and HH Properties Pte Ltd, New Ubin Zhongshan Park will be jointly managed and overseen by Alexander and the hotel’s senior management, alongside, a “New Ubin taskforce” comprising of chefs and service staff from the original Hillview eatery. This is done to ensure that the motivation remains the same across all three existing New Ubin outlets – to bring a ‘Truly Singaporean’ experience that’s rooted in a confluence of hearty and innovative tze char, fresh produce and kampong-style hospitality.
Home-grown seafood and crab specialist JUMBO Seafood has unveiled its newest outlet at ION Orchard.
JUMBO Seafood ION Orchard marks a milestone in the restaurant brand’s history as it is their first outlet along Singapore’s premium shopping belt.
Established in 1987 at East Coast Seafood Centre, JUMBO Seafood is best known for serving high quality live seafood cooked Singapore-style – most notably its Award-Winning Chilli Crab, complemented with golden Deep Fried Mini Buns. Live seafood tanks are proudly displayed at every outlet, exhibiting the wide selection of live crabs, lobsters, fish and other pristine catch.
Introducing new and outlet-exclusive dishes that span dim sum and pao fan (rice in broth), to seafood signatures, JUMBO Seafood ION Orchard is set to impress with quality Singapore-style cuisine in an upscale dining hall with a panoramic view of the city.
Shoppers can drop by JUMBO Seafood ION Orchard on weekdays from 11:30am to 3:30pm (last order 2:45pm) to enjoy a dim sum lunch, as well as on Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays for high tea, between 2:30pm and 5:30pm (last order 4:45pm).
For the first time, JUMBO Seafood’s Award-Winning Chilli Crab is presented in bite-sized portions as a dim sum – delicate crab meat in a sweet and spicy chilli crab gravy provides the moreish filling for the Baked JUMBO Chilli Crab Puffs and Pan Fried JUMBO Chilli Crab Buns. The former features flaky and buttery puff pastry, while the latter presents a delightful medley of flavours and textures with its soft, hand-crimped ‘hat’ top and crisp edges.
Diners can also look forward to other highly-recommended dim sum and innovative creations such as Steamed Rice Rolls with Prawns and ‘Laksa’ Sauce; cloaked in an aromatic laksa gravy are fresh prawns in silky thin cheong fan rolls; Steamed Prawn Dumplings with Black Truffle and Steamed Shiitake Mushrooms with Black Pepper Buns each hand-made bun resembles a mushroom; complete with a realistic streaky ‘cap' and reveals a robust combination of shiitake mushrooms and black pepper within.
Touting itself as the first Asian fast food joint in Singapore, Hawker's mission hits all the right spots – serving local favourites that are close to our hearts at affordable prices. Expect a quick, casual and fuss-free experience right in the heart of Marina Bay at its flagship unit at Esplanade's Annexe.
Launched by No Signboard Seafood group, Hawker offers a unique range of Singapore-themed burgers such as the ever-popular Chilli Crab, Nasi Lemak, Satay Chicken and Chicken Rice, all crafted by a team comprising a food scientist and creative chef.
The lovely Demspey Hill is now home to Greenwood Fish Market's latest and biggest outlet. The newly-opened 8,300 sq ft multi-concept restaurant is a wholesale seafood retail market, full-bar lounge, florist and restaurant, all under one roof.
Greenwood Fish Market offers more than just fresh seafood. They offer an entire experience. Expect to find the most exquisite, gargantuan and outlandish seafood at this neighbourhood fish shop. Well-stocked with products from the waters of Canada, Holland, America, New Zealand, Australia, and even South Korea, their ice bed displays are always kept in abundance-reminiscent of fish mongers in Australia. With so many live products to choose from, each visit promises to be unique.
With an ambience of intimacy and exceptional cuisine, The Boiler satisfies diners of all appetites. Go experience the seduction of the freshest seafood, greatest music and endless booze at The Boiler. Gather your family and friends and soak up the best camaraderie and dining experience ever before. They promise you tasty fingers by the end of your meal.
The Boiler is a multi-award-winning restaurant that serves up fresh seafood (known as seafood boil) together with strong bold sauces, which are infused with both local and western spices. It aims to ignite your five senses by bringing back the harmonious spirit of fresh tasty seafood and unassuming dining atmosphere all under one roof.
In 2008, the owner, a banker-turned restaurateur, was introduced to a seafood boil restaurant in L.A. by his relatives. It was love at first sight. The owner was intrigued by the rich Cajun culture and was determined to share the joy of this communal experience back to his family and friends. After countless backyard crab feasts, he finally created the flavours that boast a fusion of Asian and American spices. This secret recipe comprises 11 different spices and ingredients, which the owner himself packs up every night after the restaurant closes.
Greenwood Fish Market offers more than just fresh seafood. They offer an entire experience. Expect to find the most exquisite, gargantuan and outlandish seafood at Greenwood Fish Market. Visit their latest & 3rd outlet which is now open at Valley Point.
Since 2003, Greenwood Fish Market has taken pride in delighting customers through their culinary craft and seasonal menus. They import and retail exotic cold water seafood from all over the globe, including fresh oysters, swordfish, Boston lobsters, Dungeness crabs and more.
Whether you choose to enjoy these seafood in their restaurant or to purchase them from their retail section, be assured that quality is their utmost priority. Moreover, with shipments that vary from week to week, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
With New Ubin Seafood at Chijmes, you can now have a truly Singaporean experience at CHIJMES. Look forward to the same hearty cze-char dishes with innovative creations that they love and hope you do too.
Expect signature dishes like US Black Angus Rib Eye Beef with Heart Attack Fried Rice as well as Hokkien Mee Special, amidst other new creations that will only be available at their CHIJMES outlet.
New Ubin Seafood’s beginnings can be traced back to the island of Pulau Ubin itself, where a humble home served up kampong-style seafood to all who visited Ubin’s North shore, developing a reputation for serving fresh, authentic and delicious seafood in an laid-back and relaxing environment. With acquisition of Pulau Ubin by the Singapore government in year 1992, New Ubin Seafood moved to the mainland.
Long Beach, the restaurant with more than 70 years of history, is a household name to many seafood lovers in Singapore and overseas. Patrons can now look forward to another convenient location to enjoy Long Beach's signature Black Pepper Crab at their latest outlet, Long Beach @ Stevens.
Established in 1946 at Bedok Rest House along Old Bedok Road, Long Beach is probably one of the oldest and most popular seafood restaurants in Singapore that always seems to draw in a neverending stream of diners.
Long Beach has been conferred many culinary awards and has been recommended by all manner of TV food programs and food guides both locally and internationally.
Crabs are a must to order at Long Beach. They have more than 30 ways of cooking crabs!
Nestled inside The Plaza on Beach Road, Uni Gallery by OosterBay is a hidden gem featuring an extensive range of Uni and premium Sashimi, scoured and air-flown from Japan, USA and Canada. It is food heaven for all uni and sashimi fanatics!
Air-flown to Singapore 3 to 4 times a week, Uni Gallery's Uni and Sashimi are of the best quality and freshness.
From Canadian Aka Uni to Higashizawa Shiro Uni and Hadate Shiro Uni, you name it all, they have them fresh at Uni Gallery. If you love Uni, you are really going to love them!
Sichuan Kungfu Fish is a powerhouse in the selection of deep-sea fish and ingredients to produce the best grilled fish dishes around the world. With its unique cooking techniques, combined with the accurate measurements of ingredients and nutrition practices, all dishes are prepared to give the best taste and experience to customers.
Mr Qi Chunhua, founder of Sichuan KungFu Fish, is a connoisseur of Sichuan food and has traveled all over China and the world, to perfect his craft of grilled fish. He has tasted all kinds of traditional fish dishes, continuously looking for improvement and innovation. When Qi visited the United States in the early years, the college campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology left a great impression on him.
Inspired by the ocmpetitveness and creative atsmosphere of MIT and after two years of extensive research, Qi launched a network of deep-sea fish restaurants known as MIT Catering, now Sichuan KungFu Fish.
FiSK Seafoodbar & Market is the new consumer-focused destination for lovers of quality seafood that combines dining and retail in a single seamless ‘Seafarer to Chef’ experience in the heart of the city on Stevens Road.
Steeped in Norwegian heritage and at the forefront of the ‘Blue Revolution’, FiSK Seafoodbar & Market leverages on the extensive experience of its parent company, Snorre Food, and the most innovative and technologically astute harvesting systems to bring to the table and the retail counter the best of Norwegian and coldwater seafood, as well as others sourced from around the world, from an 18-meter long display and other gourmet products, some only available at the Market.
Dine-in customers can savour meals prepared by an experienced culinary team with quality ingredients highlighting culinary techniques that bring to the fore their natural flavours. Diners can choose to shop afterward at the Market for seafood, ready takeaways and Nordic products, as well as consult expert staff to create inspired meals at home. Customers can also organise private social gatherings within its beautiful Modern Scandinavian-inspired 4,000 sq ft space.
Escape city life and get into a holiday mood at Bayswater Kitchen, a seafood-centric restaurant located on Keppel Island. Featuring seasonal produce like whole fish and lobsters, this casual indoor and alfresco dining space is perfect for any social occasion.
Overlooking the Marina at Keppel Bay, Bayswater Kitchen is a celebration of all things related to the sea, from the fresh produce to the relaxing Mediterranean atmosphere. The approachable seafood-centric menu revolves around seasonality, freshness and bringing forward inherent flavours and textures. The open kitchen, raw seafood bar and live fish tanks create an approachable setting where Chef de Cuisine Jack Allibone works with sustainably-sourced ingredients, including wild-caught seafood where possible.
Emphasising the restaurant’s location and contributing to the overall laidback feel, the indoor and al fresco area are designed to offer the perfect waterfront getaway where guests can unwind and have fun.
Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar's second outlet in Singapore will be opening on 16 October, bringing to the lively Katong neighbourhood the restaurant’s signature fresh, quality lobsters at incomparable prices.
Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar takes pride in serving the finest live lobsters. Wild caught lobsters are air-flown direct weekly from the Atlantic Coast and stored in Pince & Pint’s very own cutting edge deep sea tanks. A curated range of beverages and impeccable service complement the superstars on its menu: The Lobster Roll, light and crispy rolls stuffed with hearty chunks of sweet lobster and seasoned with a house speciality mix of condiments, and the inimitable Live Whole Lobster, served with choice of either grilled or steamed versions and accompanied with sides of chef’s salad, straight cut fries and butter sauce.
The 60-seater restaurant is nestled along the charming, heritage-rich streets of Katong. Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar Katong brings with its grand opening two new additions to its communal-friendly menu.
Chomp on a different take of everyone’s favourite meat-and- patty combination, The Lobster Burger with its juicy, lip-smacking lobster patty in the middle. Or slurp away on a dish closer to the local’s palate, The Lobster Noodles.
Set within a fun and inviting ocean-themed enclave, Sea & Blue is a Continental and Korean buffet concept that presents one of Singapore’s most well-curated spreads outside a hotel setting. Launched in August 2017, Sea & Blue is making waves at its home in Marina Bay Sands by offering over 100 delectable food selections to feed every craving.
This scrumptious premium buffet features the freshest seafood, succulent roasts and a myriad of Western highlights, Japanese fare, local favourites and a large range of mouth-watering Korean dishes and desserts. Multiple 'live' cooking and carving stations dot this huge space and hungry customers will love the open kitchen concept as they watch the skilled chefs preparing their food a la minute.
The inviting entrance of Sea & Blue beckons with its nautical nuances of blue, orange and white. The wooden bottom of a boat, complete with oars, sits in the middle of the ceiling and is surrounded by ‘waves’. The maritime theme continues with five dinghy-inspired booth seats in the front of the restaurant and the walls are decorated with different creatures of the deep like whales, dolphins, fish, crabs, squid and starfish–giving diners the feeling of dining under the ocean!
The seating capacity of this cavernous restaurant totals an astonishing 350 and also consists of several private rooms and a function room.
A haven for the seafood lovers, Le Garden Seafood is an exquisite fish restaurant that started on Temple Street and has now expanded aptly to Marina Square.
With opulent booth seating and elegant decor, Le Garden provides the perfect backdrop for a romantic date or a special evening out in Singapore. Go for the seafood steampot and have it cooked right at your very own table for a communal dining experience with your loved ones.
TASTE at Raffles Holland V is an integrated retail and dining concept, complete with whole food goodnesses.
Created by the people behind Swiss Butchery (Tanglin), in partnership with the likes of Jones the Grocer and Frisch Seafood, among others; the 557 sqm space has 10 different sections, including fruit and vegetable, beverage, meat, seafood, charcuterie, bakery, cheese room and more, featuring seasonal produce flown in from France, Thailand, Japan and the US.
At TASTE, you will enter a world of epicurean delight. It is an experience that goes far beyond tasty eating - it is a lifestyle.
Shoppers can have their raw purchases cooked at two sit-down restaurants within the premise which are SENS and Otto’s Deli Fresh. They both charge a nominal cooking fee of $8/100gm.
Tradition is at the heart and soul of what is served up on your platters at K-Tower. Located along Amoy Street, K-Tower started out as a vision to bring together close family and friends to dine as one, engaging in the cooking of seafood together, and to savour the freshness of seafood.
Inspired by the “9 Layer Seafood” in the recent travels of the founders to Korea, K-Tower uniquely represents the latest gastronomical hit of the seafood tower that was recently sparked off in Korea. Keeping to the authentic Korean style of the seafood tower, fresh seafood is steamed within the tower, with varieties of seafood stacked up in tiers, where the essence of seafood trickles downwards and amalgamates in a steaming hot pot of goodness.
True to its belief that seafood must be enjoyed fresh and delivering the succulent juices of the ocean to your very tastebuds, K-Tower seeks to transform your dining experience when it comes to delicacies from the sea, by having live seafood tanks within the restaurant itself. As K-Tower says it, it’s all about “The goodness of the ocean, all in one steaming pot”.
Eliminating the complications of hunting down good-quality seafood, Cajun on Wheels is a new seafood chain that provides the enjoyment of premium seafood dishes in absence of any ostentatiousness. Their 2nd outlet is now at Plaza Singapura.
In true American fashion, Cajun on Wheels takes on the spirit of the gourmet food truck, catering fresh and quintessentially Louisiana-style seafood cuisine without the fuzz. Dunk those fingers into the different choices of seafood buckets great for sharing among family and friends, enjoying a delicious mess. For the on-the-goers, simply choose one of the Ocean boxes that includes a main protein and a wide selection of wholesome side-dishes.
With its mellow, refined flavours and wholesome preparation methods, Teochew cuisine requires utmost skill and attention to detail – which is why Imperial Treasure insists on importing the requisite exotic seafood and hiring the most experienced chefs to perpetuate this exceptional heritage. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine is now at ION Orchard.
At Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine, a spread of fresh seafood, marinated meats, and enticing desserts are available to patrons. The classic Steamed Pomfret in Teochew Style, melting in your mouth with a delicate sweetness, is guaranteed to win you over.
Established in 1976, Red House Seafood has built a strong reputation of pairing fresh seafood with Asian flavours. The esteemed home-grown restaurant chain's latest branch is at Clarke Quay and it will open on 16 December 2016.
Over the years, Red House Seafood has built a strong reputation for good quality, fresh seafood specialising in Asian seafood dishes and Singaporean favourites such as Crabs in Red House Chilli Stew and their Scottish Brown Crabs. Their intimate attention to flavours makes them popular amongst locals, expatriates and tourists.
Zipang is the ancient word for Japan meaning Island of Gold.
Zipang provides a modern Japanese experience in a relaxed, yet sophisticated atmosphere. It welcomes you to indulge in an impressive selection of contemporary Japanese dishes and fine drinks.
The interior uses natural and rustic materials, such as granite, marble and wood. Rose gold-plated steel bars, crimson upholstery, velvet curtains, and walls hand-painted with a gold leaf effect, create a delightful setting suitable for social and business gatherings.
A second En Sakaba restaurant has now opened on the West at JEM.
En Sakaba blur the lines between tachinomiya (standing bar) and izakaya (bar with seats), which is now popular among trendy bar hoppers in Japan’s major cities. Set in a chic but casual bistro bar setting, En Sakaba will focus on offering a variety of Japanese influenced tapas that are best paired with sake and beer.
The drink menu emphasize is on sake, and it would feature fine selection of Japanese sakes in top grade, carefully selected wines and reasonably priced liqueurs and beer. Sake connoisseurs could look forward to 30 brands of award winning sake to choose from.
NOW Noodles+ all started with the love for Kevin Khoo's aunt’s Dry Laksa and Dry Mee Siam and wanting to share the goodness of these two noodles with others.
To make up the menu, he added another signature dish – a fried Mee Tai Mak with century egg; as well as my family’s traditional Heng Hwa Noodle Soup. And for guests who do not eat meat or seafood, they cooked up a Vegetarian Mee Goreng as an option.
Using only the freshest of ingredients, they make their soup base and rempah from scratch.
The kitchen is helmed by Cordon Bleu graduate Chef Brandon who appreciates traditional family recipes yet enjoys experimenting with new flavours.
Beyond noodles, they have also created a few sweets for that happy ending to your meal.
From humble beginnings of a small hawker stall at Defu Lane to a flagship restaurant iconic Singapore Flyer, Seafood Paradise was the first restaurant by Paradise Group and had set the base to grow into a culinary selection of restaurants catering to both the local and international market. They have now opened at the iconic Marina Bay Sands.
Chief among these delectable creations is our own take on the Singapore Chilli Crab – a version that is well-received by tourists, seniors and children alike. But most celebrated of all is probably our Creamy Butter Crab made from secret ingredients known only to Paradise chefs.
The epitome of fresh seafood and great service, The Catch ensures only the freshest catch are delivered to your table! Their non-seafood dishes are just as lauded though, and advance orders are necessary for some of these delectable fare. Signatures include their Signature Roast Chicken Stuffed with Glutinous Rice, Boston Lobsters and Lala Clam Boiled In Chinese Wine.
Nested in the bustling Selegie Area but at relatively quiet just off Short Street at ground floor of Centurion Student Living, The Seafood Krub is a funky contemporary eatery whose food philosophy is to bring you quintessential barbecue seafood experience like no other - the traditional charcoal grilling way.
Behind the intricate decoration and edgy modern design is the simplest and tastiest of principles: get good food when it’s super fresh, grill it and enjoy. The style of eating is a fusion of Japanese izakaya and Thai Mookata, with personal grills at every table and a staunch focus on fresh seafood.
Check out the combination of the freshest and finest exotic seafood selection only available at The Seafood Krub – from Giant Thai Scampi River Prawns to Indonesian Sweet clam (the size of your palm) and many more. Another of their selling point is the home-made dipping sauces using redolent spices (Sweet Suki Sauce and Spicy Seafood Sauce), to tingle your taste buds.
For meat lovers, fret not! We also included meats into our repertoire. Choose from an assortment of poultry like Dak Gogi Bbq chicken to Yakitori with leeks as well as tenderizing ribeye Steak and juicy pork belly to satisfy everyone.
Get set for some awesome friend/family or bonding time with your love ones through traditional charcoal grilling and get cozy with freshly prepared seafood and meat selection in an experience like never before.
Fratelli, meaning âbrothersâ in Italian, brings you two dining experiences in one location â the all-day-dining Pizzeria and the dinner-service-only Trattoria. Helmed by three-star Michelin chefs, brothers Enrico and Roberto Cerea, whose family runs the acclaimed Da Vittorio restaurant in Italy, Fratelli aims to indulge your craving for the most authentic Italian flavours with refinement and style.
The cosy ambience of this all-day-dining restaurant makes it the perfect place to savour the gourmet pizzas, pastas, antipasti and desserts created by the Cerea brothers.
An elegant, dinner-service-only restaurant that showcases the best Da Vittorio has to offer, with the Cerea brothers pulling out the stops for dishes that make convivial dining a joy.
Head over with your family and friends and delight in generous seafood platters prepared the way you want it to be alongside a wide array of sides and desserts in the welcoming and upscale casual atmosphere. Diners can choose to dine at the restaurant or amidst lush greenery at the adjoining outdoor Beer Tavern offering more than 20 varieties of beer.
DANRO Collagen Hotpot Buffet & ç¾é¢ (Beauty) Ramen’s Signature Collagen soup bases are slow-boiled over 10 hours in 3 delicious flavors – Chicken, Pork and Salmon Miso. These soups are created by boiling Chicken, Pork and Salmon bones and skin respectively. This cooking method derives nutrients such as collagen and amino acids until they melt and are turned into Collagen Pudding.
Together with a wide range of vegetables, condiments, free flow drinks and Premium Sliced Beef, Chicken and Pork, diners can enjoy their Collagen Hotpot in an all-you-can-eat setting. Besides the Signature Collagen soup bases, there are also 6 other soup bases to choose from.
Prepared with our signature collagen soup and served in a Hotstone bowl to keep it hot while you ‘slurp’ your ramen, diners can enjoy a choice of Collagen Ramen Chicken, Collagen Ramen Pork or Collagen Ramen Salmon Miso.
En Sakaba has opened in Orchard Central. Sakaba means “bar” in Japanese. The new concept will emulate En’s motto to be the gathering place where people meet and bond through gourmet food in perfect harmony. With that, the group aim to create a cosmopolitan space where patrons can enjoy great food and tipple in a convivial, relaxed atmosphere.
For those craving for carbs, a wide variety of delicious don served with fresh sashimi- grade toppings or grilled meat are worth every savour. These would be made available all day.
The drink menu emphasize is on sake, and it would feature fine selection of Japanese sakes in top grade, carefully selected wines and reasonably priced liqueurs and beer. Sake connoisseurs could look forward to 30 brands of award winning sake to choose from
Other umami-laden creations on the menu include Unagi Kabayaki (Grilled eel with sweet sauce) and Buta Kakuni Yaki (Grilled Japanese braised pork belly), grilled to perfection with a salty-sweet glaze - are especially satisfying to eat, particularly when washed down with a cold beer.
Another delight, the Kani Miso Kourayaki (Crabmeat with roe & gut grilled in shell) combine the best part of the crab, the “kani miso” and seasoned with sake in the crab shell, and grilled over small flame to reveal a rich aroma. The rich aroma of the “crab miso” intermingle with exquisite balance aroma of the “crab shell” will make this a delicacy that satiate your palate and seafood desire. Due to the rich and moreish characteristic of this dish, it will be a perfect complement with a Ginjos Sake.
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.
Recognised for its wide range of rich-tasting sauces concocted in-house, Big Lazy Chop is a Chinese bistro offering diners the experience to have their favourite dishes cooked to perfection with their preferred choice of sauce.
With choices ranging from Singapore's classic Salted Egg to Big Lazy Chop's very own Butter Champagne sauce and many more, your palate will be thankful for the kaleidoscope of flavours presented. Signatures include Black Pepper Premium Sri Lankan Crabs, Asam Curry Fish Head, Butter Champagne Drunken Spare Ribs and Milk Butter Chicken Chop.
Hong Kong's steam-potting food trend makes its way to Singapore with Steam Box, a type of steamboat that eschews conventional hot pot methods by steaming raw ingredients instead of boiling them.
Claiming to be a healthier alternative to traditional steamboats, which leaves behind a layer of fat, the steam cooking method is said to retain the food's natural juices and nutrients. The menu comprises fresh meats, seafood and vegetable, with highlights like ginger chicken thigh with wolfberry, Iberico black pork, wagyu beef, tiger prawns and egg custard buns. It also has a small selection of congee with century egg, pork rib and clams, and diners have the option of ordering dim sum dishes too.
Sen of Japan is a casual dining Japanese restaurant and bar. Their dishes are designed by Chef Nakano Hiromi, who used to head the famous NOBU at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas.
The meaning of ‘Sen’ in Japanese is fresh, we believe that the quality of each dish lies in the source of ingredients – ‘To be fresh’. Their curated menu aims to bring to the table the taste of Modernised Japanese cuisine combined with an intimate setting with spectacular views of the Singapore skyline.
Indulge in the perfect combination of sparkling wines and seafood at their contemporary European-Japanese Seafood Wine Bar. Relish freshly shucked oysters, their signature chilled seafood platters or savour the preserved natural flavours of fresh seafood done A La Plancha style on a hot grill.
Tuck into hearty, value-for-money meals at the newest concept to hit the hip dining enclave of Duxton Road - Ninja Bowl.
This is the third outlet by The Astronauts Group that also owns two other successful establishments, Chillax Café and Babette Restaurant & Bar.
Once through the doors at Ninja Bowl, the modern industrial interior invites one to explore further into the long, narrow enclave of this fascinating shophouse. The on-trend ‘unfinished’ look comes by way of concrete floor and main counter base, uncovered black metal beams overhead, wood walls and a muted colour palette; all of which lend to an unintimidating and inviting vibe.
Ninja Bowl offers CBD diners an extensive menu filled with unique all-day brunch options, sandwiches and the piece de resistance - ‘Ninja Bowls’. These bowls comprise Japanese-inspired items such as aburi chashu (torched pork belly) and yaki unagi (grilled eel) and options of padding them up with quinoa, orzo pasta, or a proprietary rice blend.
Customers simply place their orders at the counter and meals are prepped a la minute and served to the tables. Prices at Ninja Bowl are all nett cost and the restaurant does not have service charge.
Along Prinsep Street amidst the buzzing activities of the various restaurants, cafeterias, offices and schools is Captain K Seafood Tower, a new Korean Seafood concept that will surely delight seafood and shellfish lovers.
Captain K, a name cleverly coined by the founder to signify the captain of the steam-boat, steering and pioneering new culinary creations for food lovers. K implies anything Korean, and we can expect that after Captain K Seafood Tower, there will be other Captain K food outlets adding to the multitude of Korean inspired food choices in Singapore.
Conceptualized by the team and presenting Korea’s latest culinary sensation is this visually exciting Korean Seafood Tower, or Nine Layers of Steamed Shells as it may be known in other parts of Asia. It is the latest steamboat craze that is bound to take Singapore by storm.
Open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, this champagne bistro bar is French-inspired and created by an osyter lover for oyster lovers. Guest will be assured of the freshest seasonal seafood at surprisingly affordable market driven prices. Be spoilt for tastes with the complementary selection of vintage champagne by the glass. A seasonal seafood grill menu will also be available depending on the market's freshest catch.
Bistro French Quays offers residents and visitors to Sentosa Cove’s Quayside Isle the unbeatable combination of top quality French dining, at unmistakably great value.
A play on the sensual kiss that the French are famous for, Bistro French Quays brings the romance of Paris to Quayside Isle. With an impressive menu built upon the freshest meats, fish, and seafood especially air-flown from various regions across France and the surroundings, the emphasis is on traditional authenticity, capturing the quality and flavours of home-style French cooking for all to enjoy by the marina waterfront.
Boasting a meat and seafood focused menu, Bistro French Quays covers the entire gamut of rustic small plates, wholesome soups, hearty mains, and luscious desserts. Their classics include the “French Quays” 1.2kg angus prime rib, jumbo mangalica pork chop, sautéed beef tenderloin, seafood cassoulet and lobster thermidor, and are all bound to impress. The very traditional Calvados flambé waffles and our signature raspberry white chocolate lava cake are some of the fine ways to round off the spread. Special dishes depending on the season allow their regular guests to always enjoy something new and exciting.
Paradise Teochew, under homegrown F&B conglomerate, Paradise Group, will open its first downtown restaurant at Scotts Square.
With the aim to uphold the culture and essence of authentic Teochew cuisine, Paradise Teochew will serve up a robust menu of seafood, poultry and meat dishes that is sure to please the most discerning diners and Teochew cuisine aficionados alike. The restaurant will also serve up dim sum favourites to please the most discerning diners.
Hokkaido Izakaya has roots in Tokyo where its first few shops are located and with fresh ingredients specially imported 4 cities in Hokkaido.
Hokkaido is blessed with a wondrous bounty from both the sea and the land. It is world renowned for the freshness of its seafood and superb quality of beef, vegetables and dairy.
The restaurant distinguishes itself by being certified by the Hokkaido City Council to promote the city’s remarkably fresh produce. The freshest seafood and dairy are sourced from Yakumo Town while high quality beef is procured from Kamishihoro City.
The name 9999.9 or FIVE NINES refers to the finest form of refined gold, a fitting moniker considering its aim to provide gold standards of service, presentation and ingredients, all at prices that won’t leave a smoking hole in your wallet.
Taking seasonal flavors and techniques from around the continent of Europe. FIVE NINES mixes carefully selected wines and fine dining at casual price.
Hive by Wala Wala will be a huge 13880sq/ft multi-concept venue. Synonyms with Wala at Holland Village, they have the live music, sport cable and the alfresco factor.
They added a retail wine shop, deli counter, ice cream counter, cake counter, a merchandise shop and a private room. Starting at noon daily for lunch till late night supper closing at 1am. On Fridays and Saturdays till 2am.
They will be expanding the food menu serving traditional local delights, western favourites, awesome cakes and desserts. From 6pm, a yakitori counter kicks in to create an Izakaya atmosphere. Hive by Wala Wala will be equipped for events both small and big. Indoor seating capacity of 220pax. Outdoor seating capacity 160pax. They are looking to be the largest restaurant and bar in Singapore accommodating up to 600pax on a busy night.
Alati, or salt from the ancient Greek word á¼ λας, takes great pride in serving only the freshest produce wild-caught by the hands of the fishermen at the Aegean Sea. Donning its traditional uniform of blue and white, the casual and comfortable restaurant with an ambiance reminiscent of Cyclades. Everything in the menu, from the meat to the pastry to the bread, are made painstakingly and meticulously by hand.
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.
The highly anticipated Seorae Galmaegi finally lands in Singapore at Plaza Singapura . Seorae Singapore brings the signature galmaegisal - also known as pork skirt meat - to our shores for the very first time by the end of December.
Galmaegisal is found between the ribs and the belly of the pig and is a unique cut that forms only 250 grams of every full-grown pig. Said to have been served exclusively to the Royal Family of Korea in ancient times, Seorae Singapore now offers this kingly dining experience to all.
Using Seorae’s special ‘circle grilling’ technique, the galmaegisal, marinated in a delicious blend of Korean spices, is grilled to perfection. Full of rich flavours, tender and juicy, the taste of galmaegisal resembles that of wagyu beef. Amp up the flavour of the galmaegisal using the well-known Korean dipping style into onion and spicy sauces, accompanied with silky folds of egg and fragrant garlic.
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.
From the operators of D'Kranji Farmway Resort, a wide array of delectable local seafood fare awaits its patrons at their second De'Beer Seafood Restaurant at Sunset Lane, with each dish meticulously prepared using the freshest ingredients. Chef’s recommendations include Flaming Chicken, Fried 'La La' Bee Hoon and Sauna Prawns.
They hope to reach out to even more customers by locating themselves at Sunset Lane.
They hope to reach out to even more customers by locating themselves at Sunset Lane. The signature dishes are also brought to Sunset way such as LaLa BeeHoon, live crabs, Sauna Prawns and many more. Regardless if you are young or old, as long as you love to taste good food, they warmly welcome you. They continuously strive to achieve the best quality in every dish served and service provided.
At De' Beer Seafood Restaurant @ Sunset Lane, the services they provide ranges from corporate events to birthday celebrations and even simple family dinner or meet-up sessions.
To accommodate the growing number of their customers, The Fishwives which is known for providing sustainably grown gourmet food sans additives, chemicals, and genetic modification, opened its new larger outlet at Cluny Court in September.
Now with the 635 sq. ft. new store, The Fishwives owner Rebecca Forwood hopes to offer larger space to serve their customers as well as to accommodate a wider selection of ethically-produced meat and seafood alongside popular pastry offerings from homegrown Tiong Bahru Bakery.
The Fishwives was founded in Hong Kong in the early 1990s by Rebecca's mother and aunt. She then brought the brand to Singapore in 2001 where it was launched as an online shop. Eventually, the brand opened its first brick-and-mortar storefront in early 2014.
The Fishwives is a gourmet food emporium specialising in ethically and sustainably produced meat and seafood from New Zealand. The brand’s ethos revolves around being clean, green, and no nasties.
The Fishwives prides itself in being the exclusive retailer of pure BLACK, a hormone and antibiotic free grass-fed beef from Australia; Akaroa Salmon, an award-winning King Salmon product from a family-owned business in Canterbury, New Zealand; and Australia’s Oyster Coast Oysters, a group of 44 oyster farms claiming of supplying the best quality environmentally sustainable oysters.
Apart from its selection of fresh meat and seafood, they also bills itself as Singapore’s first independent store to offer freshly baked pastries by the popular Tiong Bahru Bakery. They offer a wide range of its signature bakes, including crowd-favourites croissants and Kouign Amann.
Emporium Shokuhin is Singapore's first integrated Japanese Emporium featuring a live seafood market, a beef dry-aging facility, a Japanese Gourmet Grocer and 8 unique dining concepts, all in one location as an exquisite epicurean destination.
Singaporeans' love affair with Japanese cuisine continues to grow as more purveyors bring in the freshest produce from the country.
Add one more shopping and dining place to the list - the $10-million Emporium Shokuhin at level one of Marina Square's new wing.
The 34,000 sq ft space - about the size of 28 five-room Housing Board flats - features an 11,000 sq ft gourmet grocer section. It includes tanks filled with live seafood from Japan and Europe; a customised temperature- and humidity-controlled facility for aged beef; and a wide range of vegetables, fruits and condiments.
Crab In Da Bag has opened a new outlet at the Water Sports Centre, Stadium.
True to the name, they serve up seafood tossed in lip-smacking sauces made from their very own recipes and served casual-style in plastic bundles, best enjoyed with hands – a truly multi-sensory experience!
They are the first in Singapore to serve their massive‘Caboodle Boil’ – their very own show-stopping Southern Louisiana Seafood Boil Specialty that serves up a celebration of seafood in a gigantic pot that is drained from the boil and ceremoniously yet gently poured directly on to the table for diners to enjoy.
Everyone at Crab in Da Bag is out to have a fun time, so don’t worry about the mess! Keep your phones and devices in the baskets provided (your hands won’t be clean enough to touch them anyway) and engage in real conversations with your loved ones, family, friends & colleagues – that is what real dining experience is about.
A Global Chinese concept, Lokkee (pronounced as 'Lucky') is a witty and cheeky play on favourite Chinese recipes which have been given a unique tweak to include a dash of Western influence. This genre of Chinese cuisine, often defined by chow mein and fortune cookies, is reinterpreted and elevated here through fresh, top quality ingredients, and clean flavours.
Lokkee aims to add diversity to Singapore’s restaurant landscape and celebrates the style of cuisine commonly found in Chinese restaurants dotted across major cities such as New York, London and Sydney. Created by enterprising Chinese immigrants, it is an appropriation of the food from their motherland, adapted for diners in their new environment.
Lokkee is designed to tap on the growing audience of well-travelled Singaporeans for whom the idea of Chinese food for a Western audience is associated with being in a buzzing cosmopolitan hub.
The upscale sister brand of ThaiExpress has undergone a major makeover and is ready to make its grand unveiling in the heart of Orchard Road. Kaffir & Lime offers an exquisite dining experience, using premium and wholesome ingredients, resulting in a new menu of sumptuous Thai cuisine yet set at affordable prices.
The former space has been dismantled, rebuilt and upholstered to provide a warm and inviting ambience. Details like the menu, plates, utensils and uniforms have also undergone a complete change. In addition, the unit is now segmented into two, with one area designed to suit groups of families and friends while another side caters to couples and business meetings. The centerpiece of the store feature 3000 pieces of orange aluminum forming a “wave” hanging from overhead.
One of the highlights in the new menu include the Crispy Soft Shell Crab with Battered Morning Glory. The morning glory, coated with our chef’s special batter of curry powder, tom yum paste and other secret ingredients, before being deep fried to a golden brown, is best savored ever-popular crispy soft shell crab dipped in our homemade Kaffir & Lime sauce.
Another signature dish is our Deep Fried Whole Seabass with Kaffir & Lime Trio Dip. Excite your taste buds with the golden brown “flying fish” dipped in sweet, savory and sour sauces.
The Massaman Curry, awarded the top dish in the world by CNN in 2011, will also be served at Kaffir & Lime with our rendition of the recipe which contains more than 20 ingredients being cooked for many hours to perfection.
They have also brought back the fan favorite Chiang Mai Chicken Wings – deep fried chicken wings sprinkled with crispy basil leaves and fragrant garlic flakes with the new menu. And of course, evergreens including the Phat Thai Seafood, Tom Yum Soup, Thai Mango Salad, Thai Basil Minced Chicken served with Jasmine Rice and many more will be served.
Two new mocktails, the Kaffir Spicy Mango Sparkle and Lime & Blood Orange Cooler, named eponymously after the revamped restaurant, will also be making their exclusive debut.
Nestled in the heart of Orchard Road, the 90-seater restaurant boasts a sushi bar as well as a tatami room. It makes an ideal address for couples, business associations, families and shoppers. Helming the kitchen team is Executive Chef John Phua, who has over 20 years of experience in Japanese cuisines. The freshest fish and seasonal seafood are specially airflown straight from Shizuoka, Japan.
You can expect premium-quality ingredients at affordable prices.The restaurant boasts a lunch and dinner menu. Savour gratifying meal sets such as Hokke Teishoku (grilled atka mackerel fish set); Kijiyaki Teishoku (grilled chicken with Teriyaki Sauce set), Gyu Niku Shogayaki Teishoku (beef with ginger sauce set); and Tai Mentaiko Yaki Teishoku (grilled sea bream with cod roe sauce set). Offerings like sashimi and sushi are available as well.
Indra Kantono and Gan Guoyi, the husband-and-wife team behind Sugarhall and Jigger & Pony, have tapped into their holiday memories for their new 40-seater seafood restaurant, Humpback, in Bukit Pasoh. Having shucked live oysters off the Washington coast, they’re channelling their newfound love for fresh seafood into a raw bar, with shells culled from coasts around the world.
The tight menu of fresh raw oysters is complemented by executive chef Polo Seah's dishes of sea life like calamari, mussels and black cod, as well as refreshing plates of beetroot with citrus and pine nuts.
Manning the bar is Sugarhall drinks maker Long Yishu. He serves white spirit cocktails created by the group's bar programme director, Aki Eguchi, while other drinks like white wines and bubblies are also on hand to lift palates in between forkfuls of seafood.
At Opus Bar & Grill, sustainable seafood and prime cuts; dry aged in-house for 14 to 36 days with our customized Himalayan salt tile cabinets, are expertly cooked by Australian Chef Nick Philip over imported charcoals for an intense depth of aroma and flavor.
The bar showcases a unique range of cocktails inspired by Asian food, accompanied by an enticing selection of bar snacks.
Ginza Kuroson sources its fresh supplies of fish and seafood directly from various fish markets in Japan. On top of having a sushi bar and robatayaki counter in the restaurant, it also serves a variety of a la carte Japanese and French dishes.
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.
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.
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.
Nestled amid 15 acres of lush tropical gardens, The Waterfall offers authentic and unique Southern Italian cuisine that combines the freshest seafood, handmade pastas and heirloom recipes from Chef de Cuisine Marco De Vincentis. Within the eclectic colonial interiors of the restaurant lies a treasure trove of fresh seasonal produce.
The restaurant's wine list is unlike any other. Choose from an extensive collection of wines to embark on a tasting journey spanning Italy. Savour Waterfall’s house wine, Nero d'Avola, which is made from the most important red wine grape in Sicily, in the unique Boccalino. Indulge in an extensive collection of sherries and grappas. For coffee lovers, baristas are trained to pull the perfect shot of illy brew throughout the day.
The latest edition to the Keong Saik district is an urban Izakaya, Neon Pigeon.
Inspired by the world of flavours found in the hidden spots of Tokyo and the underground culture of buzzling cities like New York and Hong Kong, the establishment is a vibrant social house offering great value for money and the soul of a Japanese Izakaya with a punch of urban grit.
With a selection of starters (appropriately named ‘Bird Feed’), soups, greens, seafood and meats, Japanese snacks are given a modern and in-house twist at Neon Pigeon. The Izakaya-style menu, designed for tastings, serves up dishes in ‘small’ or ‘large’ portions and you are recommended to order six to eight small dishes to share between two people.
A look at the menu and you will notice the heavy use of classic, no-frills Japanese flavours in the condiments and among the assortment of "Bird Feed", is a cold dish of Chilled Cucumber with home-mixed crushed chilli peanuts, nori (seaweed) and goma (sesame), as well as the Tsukune Sliders, an east-meets-west combo of a Japanese meatball patty and a western slider bun, coupled with pickled kyuri (Japanese cucumber) and tare (soy basting sauce) aioli.
Keeping up with the fun-sharing concept, Neon Pigeon also offers a large format dining option of Barbecued Pork Shoulder for groups of four to six. With a two-day advance order required, the hearty fare of pork shoulder is slow-cooked for 20 hours and served in a black pepper teriyaki glaze, with a ginger scallion dipping sauce, bibb lettuce wraps, steamed buns, a spring onion salad, onigiri rice cake, kimchi and pickles to complement.
Also an integral part of the concept’s underground vibe is the Neon Pigeon bar. The bar’s Japanese-inspired drinks list includes a selection of Japanese beers and whiskeys, each a representative of different prefectures, as well as a curated list of spirits and Japanese inspired speciality cocktails. These include Throw A Kyuri-Ken, a vodka-based cocktail with a refreshing touch of lemon juice, yuzu and cucumber, as well as Harajuku Girl, a mix of gin, shiso leaf, and plum bitters.
The bar also houses a selection of sake of varying fragrances and complexity, including a range of Junmai, Daiginjo, Ginjo and Honjozo sakes, that were all hand-picked from sake distilleries across Japan to complement the dishes offered at Neon Pigeon.
Specially designed by US-based EDG Interior Architecture + Design, the Neon Pigeon space at The Working Capitol building on Keong Saik is built to own the vibe of a hidden spot off the main street only known to the locals, as a veiled corner of an urban metropolis. The exterior shows only a fluorescent pink pigeon, lit when in business, while the interior is paved with raw elements of steel and bricks that are softened with sophisticatedly designed wood finishing, giving the social hangout an urban grit with comfort and familiarity – an atmosphere reminiscent of Shibuya district in Tokyo or East Village in New York. A semi-open concept kitchen is also featured, with the action in the kitchen open for a close-up view.
A final and crucial touch to the space is the loud graffiti work plastered on the walls of the interior that gives the restaurant a touch of the underground New York City vibe. The team had specially commissioned local visual artist, ZERO to create these murals.
FYR Cycene Ond Drinc (pronounced as FIRE Kitchen And Drink) is the newest casual dining restaurant in central business district.
Against the backdrop of Chinatown’s historic allure, FYR promises an intriguing experience that harks back to a simpler time. Rustic décor and storied wall murals lend the restaurant a distinct olden-day charm. Even its moniker is as old as time — it is the etymology of fire. Fire is one of the most important elements in life, especially in cooking. They aim to peel back the layers of complexity to produce food that can bring you a lot of joy.
All of FYR’s cuisines and dishes are whipped up using the Josper Charcoal Oven. This culinary practice pays tribute to a time when food was cooked atop wood chunks and over a roaring fire. The chefs of FYR use lychee wood, which gives the dishes a wonderful smoky note that is tinged with sweetness.
FYR purveys an array of authentic, modern cuisines that perfectly captures the European culture. The chefs opt for herbs and spices found in the Southeast Asian region and use them to enliven the dishes. The dishes, varying from grilled meat to seafood, will be an instant hit with Singaporeans, who possess an inclination towards spicy food.
Some of the mainstays at FYR include: Baked Freshly-Shucked Oysters: noble sweet paprika, roasted garlic, chilli padi, spring onion and calamansi all lend a distinctive quality to the fresh and succulent oysters. Grain-fed US Holstein Cow Ribeye 365 Days: this glorious slab of ribeye, cooked to perfection, comes with house salad with java curry dressing and a choice of either buttered cassava or mashed potato.
Whole Maine Lobster: this gigantic lobster, sprawled across the plate, is bound to turn heads. The aroma of the shallot lemongrass béchamel will also waft through the air and whet appetites. Seafood Linguine: tossed with al dente pasta is a potpourri of seafood ingredients as well as lobster bisque, laksa leaves and Thai basil.
Wash these great cuisines down with FYR’s special concoctions. The Apple Rosemary is a delightful blend of fresh apple juice, fresh rosemary and infused lemon syrup. The tangy Lime and Mint is a mix of fresh lime, mint leaves and mint syrup, and will help to cleanse palates.
The Ginger Lemongrass, made with lemon tea, fresh ginger and lemongrass, will help to invigorate senses. The sweet Hibiscus Mint features hibiscus tea, fresh apple juice and infused mint syrup.
Another unique concoction that FYR offers is Grilled Fresh Fruit Juice – expect a rich and caramelized flavour as the bartenders grill the seasonal fruits before juicing. Merrymakers can also quaff the restaurant’s fine selection of red and white wines.
9Goubuli, a celebrated dining establishment in China, is opening its very first international outlet at Marina Bay Sands.
Steeped in history, with the original recipes dating back to 1858, Goubuli gained global fame over time for its baozi – the delicate handmade steamed buns with a soupy filling using half leavened dough and bursting with flavours from the North of China.
Goubuli in Tianjin already has a steady fan-base and is a must amongst visitors to the city, including global dignitaries and leading entertainment personalities.
Enjoy a comprehensive menu serving up hand-crafted buns, dumplings by the team of Baozi Masters and traditional soup, handpulled noodles, Cantonese roast and seafood dishes prepared by seasoned Chefs.
You will also be impressed with staples such as the Steam Xiao Long Bao, Pan-Fried Buns with Pork Stuffing, Onion Pancake and Shanghainese Wonton in Red Oil Vinegar.
The 3,811 square feet restaurant is designed to cater for family dinners, corporate functions or a quiet meal for a small group. The three private dining rooms are perfect for a celebration during the festive seasons or special occasions. The culinary team is also open to customizing menus to suit different palates. 9Goubuli’s warm ambience is completed with dark wooden motif wood paneling, oriental furniture, marble-top tables and beautiful table-setting.
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.
Tangerine raises the bar in spa cuisine with celebrity chef Ian Kittichai exploring new vistas in spa gastronomy.
His creations are inspired by both Asian and Western cuisines, with an emphasis on healthy, tasty meals brimming with robust flavours and aromas.
Enriched with the wholesome taste of fresh fruit and vegetables, whole grains, sustainable seafood, premium free-range poultry and grass-fed beef, every dish is carefully crafted by Chef Kittichai to nourish the body and titillate the senses.
Designed by Hui Designs, it showcases painted wooden wall panels in coastal blue, brightly coloured tiles, oak wood and ‘old-world’ checkered vinyl tiles flooring, juxtaposed with cane furniture, baskets, bamboo blinds, nautical-themed artwork and palm trees.
The new space is modern and enticing and highlights how coastal touches can meet "old-world" tropical charm to compliment the natural setting. The Waterfront Bar now takes on a more seafood-focused menu with oysters and succulent seafood at the helm.
During the day, it is the perfect spot to escape the heat and refresh with a cold flute of champagne as you admire the yachts, while at night it transforms into a breezy alfresco bar complete with a starry canopy perfect for chilling out pre or post-dinner. Enjoy only the freshest and most in-season oysters sourced from France all the way to New Zealand.
With an eye on always exciting the palate and broadening horizons, Waterfront Bar will also bring in seasonal oysters with unique flavour profiles from all over the world so you will always have something new to look forward to. Aside from oysters, the menu showcases lobsters, crabs, calamari and fish as well as other nonseafood delights and desserts. Special seafood platters featuring the freshest catch are also available during weekend brunch.
To complement the seafood, Waterfront Bar also offers an extensive selection of boutique champagnes as well as classic cocktails, wines, beers and spirits.
Joo Bar is the latest trendsetting addition to a vibrant F&B scene – a sleek, casual and inviting venue within a three-storey heritage shophouse along Tan Quee Lan Street.
Ingeniously created by Singaporean aficionados of Korean culture and food; Jamie and Kristin Lim, Joo is born from a desire to offer top notch modern Korean bites and creative drinks in a space that exudes a laid-back vibe with a tasteful dose of edginess.
Key highlights are its fantastic house brew makgeolli and quality Korean fare by Head Chef Kim Chang Heon with delights such as slow roasted mangalitsa belly; Joo bossam; Kimchi chicken potpie and Seafood Gochujang risotto!
Other creative drinks include Grape Soju Mojito and Yucha Makgeolli Slush.
They are recognised for their fusion style meals with a slight twist of local flavour. The menu features the best selling dish, Tom Yum Seafood Pasta, which has made their dining a must go to place for spicy savoury flavour while Smoked Duck Pasta remains one of the most talked about smoked duck related dishes in the market.
There is a total of 10 signature dishes to try which gives you a reason to come back often for different food experience.