Now we don't have to travel to Chiang Mai, Thailand, to taste a cup of award-winning latte by Ristr8to.
Inspired by the specialty coffee culture around the world especially in Australia, the newly-opened Ristr8to at J'Forte in Tai Seng is an independently unique cult concept cafe striving to serve the best coffee in every single cup they make. They have immersed themselves in the specialty coffee cultures of many of the world's great cities, in pursuit of the perfect coffee and pass on those experience via their coffee menus.
At Ristr8to, they have taken a lot of time, pride and effort to perfect their coffee in order to provide their customers with the best cup they can, each and every time with their dedication, excellence and passion. Ristr8to's owner-barista Arnon, has won several latte art championships, including the World Latte Art Champion 2017.
Founded in 1960, Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam is a popular joint in Bangkok serving up a Thai version of Hainanese chicken rice. Their first overseas outpost is now open in Singapore at NEX and rebranded here as Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice.
This casual eatery was among those that received the Michelin Bib Gourmand award in the city’s inaugural Michelin Guide edition last year.
In their homeland, Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam is located near Bangkok’s popular shopping haven, the Pratunam District and is is very popular among tourists.
Ocha Fresh Thai in Frasers Tower serves tasty, quality Thai food that is sure to satisy the taste buds of everday foodies.
â€‹Founded by a Thai-born & Singapore-based creative director; Ocha Fresh Thai uses quality ingredients cooked the traditional way, rich full flavours from authentic spices and their very own curry pastes and sauces. They take no shortcuts and never add MSG in their cooking.
Serving Thailand since 1972, Bangkok's famous 24/7 restaurant chain Took Lae Dee is officially here in Singapore. This also marks the first time in 45 years that the brand is setting up a new branch outside Thailand.
Took Lae Dee in Singapore is set up by Hersing Culinary, the same people who brought Michelin-starred joints like Tim Ho Wan and Tsuta on our island.
On the menu: Pad Thai, Tom Yum Soup, Green Curry, Pad Krapow, Khao Kluk Kapi and more.
Enjoy comforting and authentic "Thai Boat Noodle" at Gu Thai Noodle Café's newest outlet located at Marina Square.
Thai Boat noodle also known as Kuaitiao Ruea in Thai, is a Thai style noodle dish, which has a strong flavor. It contains both pork and beef, as well as dark soy sauce, pickled bean curd and some other spices and is normally served with meatballs and pig’s liver. The soup also contains nam tok which is cow or pigs blood mixed with salt, to season the soup. The color of the soup is similar to beef noodles soup. It is commonly served in a small bowl. The other ingredients of boat noodles are garlic, fried garlic, radish, cinnamon, bean sprouts, parsley, morning glory and some paprika.
Baan Ying has 7 outlets in Thailand and they have just opened their first international outlet in Singapore!
Its Singapore branch is a 126-seater casual dining restaurant located on the 2nd floor of Royal Square at Novena and offers everyday Thai flavours as savoured by the Thai locals in a cosmopolitan setting of contemporary Thai design.
Do you know that Baan Ying has had twenty years of history?
It started when "Auntie Ying", Khun Oranuj Thareererg opened her first restaurant in the Siam Square district.
It has since expanded into many neighborhoods in Bangkok, bringing delicious food in a welcoming atmosphere, following the style of Auntie Ying.
The Baan Ying reputation makes it easy for loyal customers as well as newcomers to entrust their appetite to timeless Thai cuisine - and that is the signature of Baan Ying home-cooked meals.
Taking the phrase “it’s a bit of a stretch” quite literally is Say Chiizu – the irresistibly Instagrammable Hokkaido-style cheese toast that has taken Thailand by storm with its ‘pull-factor’, and is now set to ‘pull’ in the fans from Singapore as well.
Proudly owned by Say Chiizu Pte Ltd in Singapore, the brand will open its first outlet on 15 January at VivoCity and Singaporeans can expect more stores dotted throughout the island in shopping malls such as White Sands Shopping Centre, 313@Somerset and The Clementi Mall in the first quarter 2018. Aside from takeaway kiosks, the brand will also be opening a café in central Singapore in February, this year. There are plans to open 10 outlets by the end of 2018.
A cut above the rest, Say Chiizu’s famous cheese is made with specially imported Japanese milk, thus resulting in a deliciously premium flavour. It is then mixed with a blend of fresh cheeses such as mozzarella to create the optimum texture for that unmistakable ‘cheese-pull’, while staying true to the brand’s emphasis on using ingredients with no additives or preservatives.
The brand’s commitment to making ‘your smile their happiness’ is evident in its ultra-stretchy cheese pull and bright cutesy package, modelled after one of the co-founders’ nickname ‘Bear’. Snugly wrapped in a ‘kawaii' (Japanese for ‘cute’) sunny yellow ‘bear’ sleeve with a smile made up of the Japanese words for ‘Say Chiizu’ the cheese is served between crisp slices of pillowy homemade Hokkaido milk toast while remaining invitingly melty within. Customers can expect a subtle savoury-sweet flavour in every bite that will satisfy all dairy cravings.
Blue Jasmine at the new Park Hotel Farrer Park brings you the best of Southern Thai and Esarn cuisine, in a communal and interactive way. Expect to delight in strong herbs and signature Thai flavours. A homelike concept thats fun and enriching, where you can be sure to even use your fingers to enjoy the food!
Blue Jasmine's menu will feature a wide selection of dishes, inspired by traditional flavours and Thailand’s bustling street food culture. Simple all-time favourites will deliver robust flavours with earthy herbs and fragrant spices imported directly from Thailand.
Whole Earth is Singapore’s first and only wholesome Peranakan-Thai plant-based cuisine restaurant. They are also the first and only plant-based restaurant in Singapore to be awarded the inaugural Michelin Bib Gourmand 2016.
After two months of renovation, Whole Earth, previously a casual eatery has recently reopened as an industrial-chic 70-seater restaurant.
They continue on their mission to elevate the standard of plant-based cooking and promote it to a wider audience. Locals, expatriates and tourists adore their fresh vegetables, legumes, mushrooms and grains, dished to authentic Peranakan and Thai perfection.
Some signatures from this new restaurant; a claypot glass noodles with prawn in Tom Yum broth, Charcoal Barbeque Set (with prawn, crayfish,flower crab and squid), deep-fried fish wirh mango and many more.
Basil By ThaiExpress is a Thai restaurant with a young and fresh take on Thai cuisine. Their dishes have a strong emphasis on fresh Thai herbs.
Staying true to their roots from ThaiExpress, their chefs in Basil have meticulously crafted a unique menu full of fresh interpretations of familiar Thai food. From the iconic Red Tom Yum Soup to the Crispy Basil Chicken Wings, Basil by ThaiExpress is bound to excite and appeal to everyone.
Opening soon at Paragon is Greyhound Cafe. It is a trendy casual dining café from Bangkok that offers a trendy and creative mix of menus, great service and ambience at competitive prices.
Spanning 2,600 sq ft, the 100-seat restaurant will have a menu that is largely similar to its 11 outlets in Bangkok. It also has 11 outlets outside Thailand, in cities such as Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Beijing.
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.
'Kin Khao', meaning "eat rice", is the commonly used Thai expression "to eat". Kin Cow was borne from a double love of traditional kuay teow neua or Thai Beef Noodles, together with premium, imported beef.
With a recipe that has been passed down through many generations, Mr Ruud and his wife, Not, have preserved a long-held family tradition of selling kuay teow neua in Thailand. Kin Cow is excited to bring their special blend of herbs and spices from the streets and kitchens of Bangkok to your steamy bowl here in Singapore.
Together with their hand-picked selection of premium cuts from the pastures of Australia, the US, and Japan, Kin Cow is proud to present their souped-up version of the traditional bowl of Thai Beef Noodles.
Talay Thai is making a splash in the iconic tourist destination, Clarke Quay.
Another exciting venture by Creative Eateries, Talay Thai is one of the first Thai Tapas Restaurant Bar in Singapore. Contrary to your typical bar and grub concepts along the Singapore River, Talay Thai incorporates a twist of quirkiness and free-spiritedness in its seafood inception bringing “Talay” which means Seafood to a whole new level. The interior décor exudes a resounding punch of personality; the orchestrated harmony of the rustic blood red floors, raw rugged brick walls and ornate traditional Thai displays. And the best part - the welcoming menu, both enticing and pocket-friendly.
The stars of the delectable menu is undeniable the tapas section which boast a variety of more than 20 different premium tapas. Overwhelmed by the inviting menu? Fret not because Talay Thai has put together the Aroy Mak Tasting Platter to satisfy your curious palate. Have a taste of the clever interpretation of Sweet and Spicy Deep-fried Rice Noodle which bears a bewitching nostalgic flavour! Together with other tapas bites like Thai Grilled Chicken Skewers roasted to juicy perfection, succulent handmade Thai Fish Cakes and Golden Fried Prawn Toast, crunchy savoury Rice Crackers with Thai-spiced Prawn Ragout.
For the adventurous omnivores the Spanner Crab Miang Kham, a dish not commonly found in Singapore is totally worth the try! Wrapped in fresh betel nut leaves and garnished with a mix of peanuts, lime, chilli and dried shrimps, savour the impeccable balance of the freshness from the sea and the spectrum of tastes - the mild bitterness of the betel leaves, the sun-dried fragrance of the dried shrimps, a hint of heat from the chilli padi, a splash of acidity from the lime and the unique sweetness of the spanner crab. What’s an adventure without bragging rights? The Nam Plan Prawn Ceviche aka Raw Prawn Salad is one dish that you’ll want to brag about. Only the freshest ingredients can hold up to the challenge of bringing out the umami and natural sweetness the freshly shelled live prawns! The Raw Prawn Salad is a testament to Talay Thai’s commitment to serving our patrons the best of the freshest produce right from the in-store seafood gallery. Leaving the raw flavour of the prawns untouched, our chefs created the lightest and most refreshing condiments, made from Thai Spice Blends and Asian vegetables such as bitter gourd to elevate the taste of the sea on your palate.
Overwhelmed by audacious selections? We’ve got the faint-hearted soul cover with yet another unique dish that is familiar to the tastebuds. Be taken away by Talay Thai’s interpretation; Fresh Oysters with Thai Dressing, doing away with the oh-so-cliché plain old lemon and Tabasco, the Thai spices will bring out the flavour profile of the oysters like you have never tasted before. The brassy metallic undertone of the oyster tangos with the zesty yet spicy dressing. It is the ultimate dance-off right on your palette!
For a boozy kick, sister of this dish is the Fresh Oyster with Trio Granita with kaffir limoncello, citrus grapefruit and yuzu vodka granita, you don’t have to be a daredevil to enjoy this. Bringing you familiar flavours from our local streets is the Oven-roasted Stingray with Tamarind Relish, marinated with fish sauce it is without a doubt a delicious twist to your local Sambal Stingray. Delicately oven-roasted, taste the aromatized juicy stingray in its original glory or dip it with the homemade tamarind relish just for that extra kick. You will never look at the Sambal Stingray the same way again. Another twist on a familiar favourite is the Crispy White Bait. Talay Thai injects Thainess into this dish by tossing these little golden crispy goodness in Tom Yum Powder. Executed to culinary perfection, be hooked on our Crispy White Bait with Tom Yum Powder, a dish that is beer appropriate. Locking the flavourful juice of the white bait is the crispy and fluffy batter, the pinch of Tom Yum Powder brings the dish together by offering a sharp juxtaposition of flavours which will awaken your taste bud and appetite!
Keeping it classic isn't how Talay Thai is rolling into the market, going by the moniker as the “Atas Tom Yum Soup” the Tom Yum Lobster Bisque is a classy upgrade of your typical tom yum soup. This Tom Yum Lobster Bisque will knock you out with its powerful flavour punch - thickened by the richness of traditional Thai spices that delicately accentuates the freshness of the prized crustacean juices, you can be sure this is the tastiest bowl of liquid gold you can find!
Miss Lok is a fun contemporary asian hot pot and noodle bar serving up classic regional offerings with a modern spin.
It is not just a restaurant; but rather a crazy place where street food, cocktails and music meet to create a unique culinary experience, all with a touch of naughtiness.
Be sure to indulge in some lok lok sticks (dishes on skewers), dipped into your wide variety of aromatic broths. Mix and create your own unique dips from the open sauce bar or order some speciality dips created by Miss Lok, such as the salted egg yolk and Nam Tom dips. Check out the side dishes which are inspired by popular street hawkers fares found along the alleys of Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia and China.
Unwind over the selection of Asian craft beers or sip some sake shots with party friends or savour some freshly squeezed juices to detox before/after the big night out. If there’s still room, do order a MakPowPow, their take on the popular young coconut dessert commonly found along the streets of Thailand.
The East Bureau, an industrial chic rooftop restaurant and bar hidden in the new rooftop garden at Marina Square with a view of the Esplanade and the Bay; is helmed by the team behind the Supply & Demand restaurants at Esplanade Mall and Orchard Gateway as well as Equilibrium at Capitol Piazza.
Inspired by his childhood days running around in his grandparents’ kopitiam and his travels around Southeast Asia, Chef Samdy Kan after doing a decade of Italian cuisine goes back to his roots. A new place to hangout after work with their all day $5 nett Okinawan Orion draft beer and wide selection of creative Pan-Asian dishes. The dishes originate in Asia and are given a modern twist, this time it is East meets East, instead of the typically dull East West fusion.
Kick back after work with cocktails such as the 1932 Revolution, a mellow coffee cocktail made with Plymouth Gin, Mozart Dark Chocolate Liqueur, Lillet Blanc And Thai Coffee Syrup; or The Kebun, a Balinese inspired woody yet floral conoction of Angostura Rum, Cinnamon Syrup, Jasmine Tea Syrup, Fresh Lime And Floral Bitters.
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.
CHAVANA will be making its debut in Singapore this October for its inaugural showcase, following its phenomenal success in Hong Kong.
The Signature collection is the perfect synchrony of colors, geometric designs and delicate workmanship, unique with its tri-colored scheme. Rubies, Sapphires and Emeralds are used to create endless geometric fantasies.
The Heritage collection takes you on a journey through time to the world’s cradles of civilization from Egypt to China. Every piece of this exclusive collection has its own story to tell and offers a new way to perceive the world.
The Black Deco collection is ideal for the contemporary woman who values her individuality. With the geometric designs and striking combination of diamond and onyx, this collection offers the must-haves which are casual yet elegant, feminine yet strong, traditional yet visionary.
Established in 1994, BritishIndia is a lifestyle brand that currently has over 40 outlets across Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. Created for the tropics and inspired by the grand romance of the Colonial era, they offer timeless designs created with the philosophy of comfort and effortless dressing for both men and women in mind.
They currently have 6 main lines: Classic, New Classic, Pure, Traveler, Adventurer, Travel & Yoga; each line offering a different story to suit various occasions of contemporary tropical lifestyle.
In addition to the breadth of their collection, they are also known for our depth in sizes flattering figures of many shapes.
Rabeanco was created in 2004 out of its founders' passion for leather craftsmanship and their desire to make luxurious accessories widely accessible. It is a fashion accessories brand that takes pride in its leather expertise, design philosophy and personalised services.
Rabeanco opened its first store in Hong Kong and the brand thrives across boundaries with growing presence in Belgium, China, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan.
Situated in the heart of the bustling Singapore, with chilled and cozy ambiance, you are assured of having one of the finest Thai cuisine.
Thai in Town is a Thai restaurant that combine both modern and traditional Thai cuisine. They do not only pay attention on how their dishes taste, but also concerned about how it looks, how it smells and how it fits in with your taste.
The place to see and be seen. Come and let your taste buds escape to Thailand and experience its amazing cuisine.
Celebrity Chef David Thompson’s Long Chim transports you to the streets and markets of Bangkok, with added refinement.
Recently awarded the No. 1 spot on San Pellegrino’s Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 and 13th on World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 for his restaurant in Bangkok, Long Chim is Chef David Thompson’s first venture into casual dining.
The internationally acclaimed chef, restaurateur and cookbook author has crafted a tantalising menu that combines traditional street food and contemporary flavours, with a restaurant concept reminiscent of the vibrant streets of Bangkok. Rediscover Thai cuisine with beef with holy basil, chicken pilaf with turmeric and cardamom, and more.
Their new premises will offer more space for their cooking studio and greater flexibility for private dining. Their signature cuisine along with a wider range of menus will be available with the expansion of their offsite catering arm.
Coriander Leaf features an exciting Pan-Asian menu, which embraces highly flavorful dishes from Lebanon, Iran, Pakistan, India, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam and a well-developed range of interpreted dishes.
Coriander Leaf’s highly popular cooking classes cover over 15 different cuisines.
The Drinking Market Kitchen + Bar is the first Asian-influenced kitchen & bar concept in Singapore where you can come together for the love of great food and drinks.
An extension of the existing Jane Thai Restaurant in Orchard Towers, the management are exploring into other areas within the food and beverage industry other then just traditional restaurants per se. TDM continues to provide quality and affordable Thai food and drinks in Singapore.
This is the perfect venue for week day lunch or after work drinks with colleagues and a great spot to catch up with friends and family over a hearty meal on weekends.
The ingredients for Sushi Express’ dishes are sourced from numerous places of origin, some from points around the world and where practical, locally.
Their mix of food may include tuna from Norway or Canada, shrimp from Thailand, scallop from Japan and rice from California. Their strong buying power and careful selection allows them to offer quality sushi at very affordable prices. Each plate is delivered directly from their chefs to your seat via conveyor, so you may observe each item and pick as you like, with all plates available at one low price.