Ryan’s Grocery, Singapore’s premium alternative gourmet, organic, gluten-, allergen- and preservative-free specialty foods store, has opened its second and flagship outlet at the newly revamped Great World City. The 4,000 sqft space includes Ryan’s Kitchen, its first restaurant in Singapore.
Other than the range of imported and in-house products currently carried by Ryan’s Grocery, the new store stocks an expanded variety of organic, gluten-, preservative-, and allergen-free products from Singapore, the U.S., Europe and Australia. This includes a selection of Australian native tea, snacks and wild-caught seafood, as well as boutique handmade jams, relishes and condiments.
The highlight of the store, Ryan’s Butchery, will carry NEW products such as quality dry-aged meats prepared right in the store’s dry-aging chamber, as well as an extensive range of meats including Mara Organic Beef, WX Rangers Valley’s Wagyu Beef, Five Founders Carbon Neutral Premium Beef and the winner of Australia’s Best Pork National Award 2018, Borrowdale Carbon Neutral Free Range Pork.
Ryan’s Kitchen marks the brand’s first foray into the restaurant scene in Singapore. The cosy Australian-style dining restaurant seats 40, and serves up a delightful menu prepared with quality produce as well as organic, gluten- and preservation-free products that may also be purchased at Ryan’s Grocery.
Comprising a delectable all-day menu, expect sumptuous organic steaks and burgers made with organic beef patties, wholesome salads, hearty breakfast as well as gluten-free dishes like fish and chips and fried chicken, which are prepared in a dedicated fryer. Quality coffee, tea and organic wine will also be available. Embracing the true farm-to-table concept, Ryan’s Kitchen will be able to prepare dishes with the customers’ choice of meats from the butcheryat a nominal preparation fee as well.
Little Farms has come to Holland Village! Not only bringing patrons their biggest range of over 2,000 fresh, whole foods and gourmet grocery products to date; this neighbourhood grocer also has a Little Farms Café serving up healthy dishes. Enjoy their all-day breakfast inspired menu made with the same foods and produce that they bring to their shelves. Select from a variety of salads, sandwiches and wraps made fresh daily plus Allpress Espresso coffee for your coffee craving.
Customers will be able to shop an entire display packed with dairy-free beverages & frozen desserts; gluten-free & paleo snacks and many more.
Little Farms is Singapore’s neighbourhood market, specialising in the highest quality and freshest produce, meats, seafood, dairy, grocery and more.
In opening Little Farms, their mission was to create a place that offers the freshest, healthiest, and finest groceries from trusted farmers and artisans around the world, all while delivering exceptional service. Their aim is to discover, introduce and offer products that meet their - and your - uncompromising standards. Their passion for first-rate food, value and service is only matched by their desire to share their products and knowledge with you.
You can also find Little Farms at Novena, River Valley and Tanjong Pagar.
Meat and Green Neuros, Biopolis is a healthy, quick casual dining concept in an up market technology and biotech park.
The food menu features dishes from around the region with a focus on Singaporean classics like Chicken Rice, Bakkutteh and Curry Beef in a healthy low carb grease free manner.
Meat and Green is also a modern take of local food with quality ingredients, modern cooking techniques and eclectic specials. Meat and Green is a medium priced, value for money, casual themed quick serve restaurant serving local favourites in a bemusing, innovative, tasty and healthy manner, incomparable both in quality and delivery.
The menu is either a wrap or a salad with a protein of choice along with selection of homemade (really homemade) greens and veg.
The interior of the restaurant is clad in industrial chic, chrome and white. As it is a quick serve concept there is only limited seating with major focus on takeaway.
Aerospring Gardens, the Singapore-based company whose aeroponic gardening system is proving anyone can grow their own food, will open its permanent showroom in Clementi. The multifunction showroom will be located at 120 Sunset Way #01-01, on the ground floor of the Clementi Park Condominium Clubhouse, complete with a poolside view and several Aerospring Garden units on display.
The 800 sq ft space will serve as a showroom featuring the current line of Aerospring products together with gardening accessories for your hydroponic growing needs, such as organic pesticides, accessories from Hozelock, and what may be Singapore’s most comprehensive selection of seeds. The Aerospring Gardens showroom is currently the only place in Singapore to display the full range of Franchi Seeds, the oldest family-run seed company in the world, with over 70 different heirloom, non GMO varieties, in addition to seeds from Singapore’s own Seedsmaster to round out the range.
This idyllic poolside location will also play host to various in-house events, such as presentations, workshops, and specially curated markets. The space also allows them to maintain an on-site professional, temperature controlled grow-room, giving them the ability to rear thousands of non-GMO seedlings, which are for sale to the general public, with different varieties being available every month.
The showroom will give customers and clients the opportunity to interact with the product and receive personal one-on-one service and advice from the urban gardening enthusiasts, Nadine and Thorben, themselves.
LongQing has joined the fray on trendy Hong Kong Street.
LongQing’s concrete walls are marked by street-style murals, giving it an edgier feel than most of the steamboat places we’ve been to. Soups include spicy mala, tomato, and their signature clear broth while ingredients are available a la carte or as a pre-selected set for two.
Shaburi and Kintan Buffet is a two-in-one Japanese dining concept by Dining Innovation Asia-Pacific Pte. Ltd opening at JEM, offering two restaurants at one spot—Shaburi, which specialises in shabu shabu and Kintan, with its premium Japanese BBQ. The 3527.89 sqf interior is furnished with 34 tables which can seat 62 people for Shaburi and 57 for Kintan.
Shaburi provides each guest with their own hot pot for shabu shabu. They provide a selection of side dishes such as sushi rolls, chawanmushi, chicken karaage and more. Their highlight dishes include the konbu, which is a Japanese seaweed broth; sukiyaki, which is a savoury sweet sauce served with mirin; and paitan karamiso that serves paitan collagen soup with spicy miso.
Kintan on the other hand offers dishes in yakiniku style with meats selected from U.S. and Australia, alongside a variety of more than 40 side dishes, vegetables and sauces such as spicy miso and garlic and cheese curry flavored dips.
A Poke Theory has opened in Boon Tat Street. is a very cool 60-seater restaurant offering healthy and nutritious salads reflecting the Hawaiian poke bowls.
Fresh Hawaiian poke bowls are served all day Each bowl includes a choice of four bases - their signature sushi rice, lemon herb quinoa, jasmine brown rice and romaine lettuce. This can be matched with a choice of four different flavors - original Japanese-grade shoyu tuna, spicy garlic sesame tuna, spicy mayo salmon and avocado miso salmon. Then there are a selection of toppings ranging from nori flakes to cherry tomatoes
Smoothie bowls with fantastic flavors such as maca nutter (banana, raw maca, soy milk topped with coconut, dark chocolate and roasted cashews), cacaoholic (banana, raw cacao, soy milk topped with coconut, dark chocolate and quinoa puffs) with cold-pressed juices are also offered as well as Melbourne’s popular T2 tea infusions.
GoroGoro Steamboat & Korean Buffet Restaurant is fun, affordable and yummy! They distance themselves from the more traditional and pricey image of typical steamboat buffet restaurants, providing a cozy environment for light-hearted gleeful dining experience without guests having to worry about their pockets.
Why the name GoroGoro? Well, when we are hungry, that is the sound our tummy makes. And when their delectable steamboat broths are boiling, that is also the magical bubbling sound! The brand is represented by a cute hungry monster, and each broth has its own mini mascot providing the fun element.
GoroGoro caters to different taste preferences by having six choices of bubbling broths to choose from, namely Ginseng chicken, Beauty collagen, Mala, Tomyam, Tomato and Vegetarian. Guests can expect up to 50 selections of fresh meats, veggies, drinks & korean delicacies for weekday lunch and over 70 choices for dinner and weekend dining.
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.
The latest brainchild of Celebrity Chef Emmanuel Stroobant at Ngee Ann City focuses on fresh, artisanal produce, with more vegetables and fruits, and less meat, as he believes in the adage that a healthy outside starts from the inside!
Singapore’s favourite premium meat and sausage purveyors Huber’s Butchery has moved to bigger and better premises, from its previous location at 18A Dempsey Road to across the road at 22 Dempsey Road with a 13,000 square feet space.
Stylishly designed like a community, the new Huber’s Butchery comes with free parking, a fun, tree-shaded outdoor children’s playground, edible garden of herbs and flowers and a 50-seater bistro with indoor and outdoor seating serving appetising meals for lunch and dinner.
With an easy one-way traffic shopping concept that starts on the second level, customers will immediately be greeted by the friendly staff behind the information counter. Beside the counter awaits extensive ranges of delectable cold-cuts and fresh sausages that are additive and filler free. The fresh sausages are made on site and curious customers can enjoy the interesting process through a glass window and even make special customisations of their unique individual preferences for a minimum order of five kilograms.
The Gourmet Studio, a sleek demonstration kitchen, offering comprehensive cooking classes by inhouse and guest chefs, follows right after. Alongside are the seafood and grocery departments, with exclusive products such as Zweifel potato chips, Thomy condiments, Koko Black chocolates, Tar10 sauces, Schöni Sauerkraut, Freshstock stocks and glazes, Segreti antipastos, Roza’s gourmet sauces, Farmhouse Museli breakfast cereals, Rivella soft drinks and Wellington honey.
Also situated on the second storey is an extensive cheese section, which currently has over 100 types of cheeses and is complemented by the daily baked breads and large ranges of crackers and antipasto. Come December, the selection will increase to 150, making Huber’s Butchery’s cheese range the largest in Singapore – a piece of exciting news that will certainly delight any cheese lover.
Accessing the first level of Huber’s Butchery via elevators, the doors open up to a wide selection of bottled wines and beers, occupying the shelves from floor to ceiling. Exclusive to Huber’s Butchery are the Swiss breweries Chopfab and Falken, Australian breweries Red Duck and Black Dog and American ginger ale Bruce Cost. There are also BBQ grills and accessories available for sale and soon, Huber’s Butchery will become a one-stop shop for all BBQ needs with disposable ware, charcoal, etc. The high-quality vegetables, fruits and herbs available at Huber’s Butchery are airflown chilled three times weekly, mainly from Australia.
Another Huber’s Butchery highlight is the longest meat and sausages counter in Singapore at more than 40m long. The heart and soul of the store, the fresh meat department is sectioned into beef, lamb, veal, pork, poultry and marinated meat to ensure effortless shopping. With a helpful “Meet the Farmers” feature, customers are educated on the meat’s origins, enriching them on their choices. In December, a dry ageing cabinet will be installed and an on-site customisation service will be available, allowing customers to select the number of days they would like their meat to be dry aged.
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.
Wakufen has opened a takeaway kiosk at Asia Square.
The utilize modern cooking techniques coupled with flavourful combinations of herbs, spices and quality ingredients in order to provide you with a healthy yet undeniably delicious experience. Customize your meal by selecting your protein, vegetables, complex carbohydrate and add-ons.
Their perfectly cooked meats are their pride and joy and provide for some of the juiciest chicken breasts, smoothest, silkiest salmon fillets and most tender steaks you’ll ever find.
They achieve this perfection through Sous-vide (Su-vee) cooking all their proteins. And while Sous-vide cooked food is usually only found in high end gourmet restaurants, they provide it at affordable prices and fast service. Sous-vide (French for “under vacuum”) is a method of cooking food sealed in heat safe vacuumed packs in a temperature-controlled water bath.
Dosirak offers healthy tasty, convenient takeaway and delivery Korean food with no MSG, corn syrup, pork lard or trans fat.
Take your pick from protein options such as spicy chicken, cured fresh salmon, soy sesame chicken, beef bulgogi and kimchi tofu.
Each bowl comes packed with five kinds of complimentary vegetables (bean sprouts, carrot, cabbage, mushrooms, beans) and white rice. you also top-up to switch to whole grain rice or Korean buckwheat noodles.
Starting from a coffeeshop stall in Tanjong Pagar Plaza in 2010, the 2 Cai brothers, Weili & Weisheng have moved to a small ramen restaurant in International Plaza.
Brothers Ramen specialises in a pork, chicken, fish and vegetable broth.. They are also famous for their ham-like chashu and extremely tender chicken slices which are cooked at a low-temperature water bath. Home-made noodles are made in such a way that they can be able to stay in the broth for a longer period of time without losing its original texture.
Using modern and traditional ramen cooking techniques, the brothers aim to introduce a more localised flavour.