Food For Tots is the newest concept of the Food For Thought group - a self-service kids café that aims to encourage a love for Good Food in children. Situated in Asia’s first garden dedicated to children, Food For Tots draws influences from Jacob Ballas Children’s Gardens’ mission to cultivate an appreciation for the natural environment.
Inspired by its location amidst a lush landscape of flora and fauna, their eco-conscious café features an upcycled colander light installation and a potted herb wall – all in alignment with the Gardens’ mission to instil a love of nature in visitors.
Food for Tots' intimate space also boasts an interactive play area and weekly programmes for the little ones, so let the children come and play while you indulge in our all-day brunch items for all the delicious reasons.
FoodPhilo is a “American Grill Food Truck” concept with a menu featuring a wide variety of beef, chicken, pork, seafood plus over 20 types of sides.
The short form for Food Philosophy, FoodPhilo is a new 66-seater casual restaurant located in the heart of Changi Business Hub. They offer 'Design Your Own Plate' concept whereby you can customise your own well-balanced meal with a choice of one protein, one carb, one side and two vegetables.
Set in the lush greenery of Rochester Park, Thyme@Rochester serves European and Western delicacies. Not only is it perfect for date nights, it is also family-friendly as they have a kiddy play area for the little ones.
On their menu; Roasted Chicken Leg with Pumpkin Mash, Grilled Prawns with House Made Chilli Dip, Aubergine Caponata, Spaghetti con Gamberi and more.
Meats N Malts is an American diner and bar in the industrial estate of Tai Seng serving you great comfort food. They also carry an extensive list of tipples such as vodka, gin, rum, draught beer, wines, whiskies and tequila.
25 Degrees introduces a sophisticated new twist on the traditional American burger bar concept – complete with funky music in a swanky atmosphere and old Hollywood ambiance; where cool "bordello meets burger bar" décor.
Originated in Los Angeles, with a branch in Bangkok and now Singapore; this burger & liquor bar is named after the precise temperature difference between a raw and well done hamburger.
Philly Shack is Singapore’s first authentic home of the Philadelphia Cheesesteak or Philly Cheesesteak – made from thinly sliced, juicy pieces of tender rib-eye beef, caramelized onions and melted cheese on a housemade pillowy bun. Now at Clarke Quay.
Whether it is for a hunger-pang-busting lunch, after-work snack with an ice-cold beer or a late-night closer, their deliciously moreish sandwich makes Philly Shack the ideal pit stop within the lively enclave of Clarke Quay to satisfy cravings and hang out with friends and colleagues.
Also featured on the menu is a range of American comforts, including burgers and wings to sink teeth into, alongside a refreshing selection of craft beers, milkshakes and the hottest Bloody Mary in town. We must mention, that they stock an impressive 64 different kinds of hot sauces.
Privé has opened its 5th outlet in the heart of Orchard Road at Wheelock Place’s alfresco terrace. This all-day and all-night drinks and dining venue is the ideal place to sit back and watch the world go by.
With its prominent position along the pedestrian footpath, Privé is an ideal refuge from the bustle of Orchard Road. Whether you want to rest your feet after a day of shopping, grab a late-night drink with friends after a midnight movie or kick back and watch the world go by, Prive’s breezy terrace is perfect for socialising and relaxing.
Featuring a good selection of classic and specialty cocktails, beers as well as other beverage choices, the daily happy hour promotion on all housepours from 5pm to 9pm is not to be missed. The simple menu featuring burgers, local favourites, pastas, sandwiches, desserts and bar snacks is also perfect for a quick meal or leisurely indulgence.
History was made in Clearwater, Florida in April of 1983. 6 “Fun Loving” businessmen from the Midwest, with no experience in the food business were opening a restaurant with an owl as a logo, chicken wings as a feature item & cheerleaders in tank top & orange shorts. Thus Hooters was born. Their latest outlet in Singapore will be at The Sail, Marina Boulevard from 10th February 2017.
Today Hooters operates more than 500 outlets worldwide. Hooters Singapore is the 1st International Hooters outlet & the 1st Hooters in Asia, since 12 December 1996. This FUN neighbourhood restaurant promises good food and great service in a fun and friendly atmosphere! And let’s not forget the “Nearly World Famous Hooters Girls” These girls will be there to greet & serve you with a smile!!!
In between enjoying a good hearty meal and a cold glass of beer, be mesmerised by the girls spontaneously performing Hula Hoops feats and spreading the good cheer! In addition expect lots of surprises & wacky games, just the perfect place for any party celebrations. So why not dine and be entertained?
Brought to you by the maestros of Pastamania, KRAFTWICH by Swissbake and Zac Butchery, Commonground is a new dining space for people from all walks of life to come together to share and build memories through enjoying good food. It is the place for one to celebrate milestones and create precious memories with loved ones over a delish meal.
If you are in a hurry and looking for a simple grab-and-go bite, head straight for portopantry™ – the lifestyle retail corner within Commonground offering fresh gourmet bites and daily staples. Catering to the fitness buffs, families and PMETs in the vicinity, portopantry™ launches first ever retail space offering a wide range of wholesome yet affordable gourmet foods, specially curated from leading food brands by Swissbake, KRAFTWICH™ by Swissbake, NYC Bagel Factory and Kühlbarra under the Commonwealth Capital Group. From pre-packed sandwiches, salads and granola muesli yoghurts made fresh in-house daily, to indulgent cakes, pastries, pies & quiches to be enjoyed with a cuppa, customers can choose to enjoy these gourmet bites on the go or to take a breather and savour them in their seated area.
Located at 1094 Serangoon Road, Platform 1094 is a restaurant exquisitely decorated as the wizarding world with warm wooden flooring and ceiling. Castle-like bricks were used for the walls together with imported tables and chairs to further enhance the entire dining experience. Food & Drinks menu were interestingly crafted to bring one into the theme.
The cuisine is modern western food with a twist of local flavors served in artistic plating. Chef’s specialty includes pork ribs and crab meat pasta. Exciting brunch menu will also be served on weekends. To complement the mains, affordably priced fine-dining likes of plated desserts will be served. The restaurant also has a wide selection of beverages from craft beers to hand-crafted coffee to Japan imported Lupicia® Tea. In addition, it will also be serving its very own concoction of smoothies and cocktails.
Gudetama Cafe, themed around the lovable and lazy Sanrio character is now at Suntec City. "Gude" describes someone or something with no energy or strength, while "tama" is from the Japanese word tamago, which means egg.
Their menu features dishes such as "I'm Cold" Smoked Salmon Benedict ($26.90), which is poached eggs, smoked salmon and mashed avocado on brioche toast, topped with yuzu Hollandaise sauce; and Rib-"I" Don't Care ($28.50), a 200g chargrilled prime Angus ribeye steak topped with creamy mushroom sauce, served with mashed potatoes and vegetables and more.
They have a merchandise area selling plushies, tumblers and keychains for as keepsakes. There is also a takeaway section for Gudetama-themed sweets.
Now at Beach Road, Fynn’s is a modern all day dining restaurant where food and drinks are at their uncomplicated best. Serving delicious wholesome foods, they playfully bring together global flavors and classic favorites in an upmarket casual setting.
Enjoy Fynn's all day dining menu or create your own lunchtime meal with their market table offering of salads, grains and sides from Monday to Friday. On the weekend, relax with their brunch menu full of savory classics and inventive sweet dishes. Or simply drop by at anytime daily for a slice of home-baked cake or decadent dessert with a cup of Common Man Coffee Roasters specialty beans.
Surrounded by Jacques Garcia’s va-va-voom design, sample local signature dishes with a cheeky twist at month-old eatery, Hot Buns And Thunder Balls, at Hotel Vagabond.
This fun joint dishes up some utterly delicious East-meets-West burgers and desserts. From the luscious mouth feel of the Slow Burn, featuring dark soy and spice braised Iberico pork belly, to the swoon-worthy crispy paneer based McDreamy Bombay style, come get a taste of Singapore's neighbourhoods - with a side of mischief.
YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant is a modern European restaurant embodied with old-world charm situated in one of the preserved pre-war colonial bungalows in Seletar Aerospace Park.
The 130-seater bar & restaurant offers spacious indoor and outdoor dining spaces; including lounge and bar seating. Located in one of the preserved colonial bungalows that used to be part of the British airbase, YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant offers dining experiences filled with old-world charm away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore city life.
Led by Chef Nicholas Cheng, the diverse and experienced kitchen team serves savoury and creative varieties of European cuisine. Taking fresh and unique ingredients from all over the world, the menu features signatures such as Tomato Feta Salad and Warm Chunky Vegetable Salad for starters, Duck Ragout Pasta for pasta, Flank Steak for main course and Spiced Chocolate Cake for dessert.
Modern Asian Brasserie styled Eating House & Bar, Ash & Char, has opened its doors.
Ash & Char Eating House & Bar delivering the usual café-suspects at lunch, transforms into an intimate diner come nightfall; delivering Asian flavors perforated with subtle nuances of charred and smoked elements in a modern diner settings. The successful mix of casual and tasty beckons you to visit with a bunch of friends.
Mercado Spanish Food Market has hit the CBD with a splash of colours, lifting up the dull and stressful working atmosphere. Head there for a quick breakfast with their cold-pressed juices that are limited in stock as they get the bottles fresh daily.
You can choose to have a healthy lunch at Mercado as well – with its plethora of attractive food items you can feast your eyes on. You can also unwind after a hard day’s work pairing your Spanish rice bowls with Chef-Owner Jean-Philippe Patruno’s (fondly known as JP) own concoction of Sangria Punch!
Mercado is a Spanish word for “market” so the interiors of this restaurant is designed to align to the traditional markets in Spain. The food display counters boast vibrant colours of daily fresh and cooked ingredients, all tinged with the typical Spanish flavours of smokey paprika, hot chilli peppers, saffron, garlic and other assorted herbs and spices. Mercado stands out for us due to its cuisine-specific rice bowls as compared to other healthy rice bowl places where items are somewhat similar. It’s really easy to order so read on for our “step-by-step” guide.
Brez’n is the Lion City’s most recently opened restaurant serving up pure Bavarian classics and favorites. The restaurant’s name is inspired by the Bavarian word for Pretzel – the typical Bavarian sourdough bread, oven- baked to perfection and enjoyed best with a freshly poured bavarian beer.
From the same operators as ERWIN’S Gastrobar, LeVeL33, Kaiserhaus and Paulaner Brauhaus Guangzhou, and from the original founding team of Brotzeit, Brez’n is a haven for pure Bavarian warmth, honest and traditional recipes, and most importantly, the best Bavarian beer selection in town.
Former Executive Chef of Brotzeit, Dominik Ă–sterreicher, helms the Brez’n kitchen and promises to serve only the tastiest and most authentic Bavarian staples.
With centuries of beer-brewing skill, the world’s first and finest breweries are almost certainly from Bavaria and Brez’n will proudly be serving up beers from Bavaria’s leading breweries. There are seven beers on tap including Germany’s most popular Weissbier, Paulaner.
Hacker Pschorr, with origins dating back 1417 from Munich and FĂĽrstenberg, which was first brewed in 1283 in the forested mountain range of Black Forest will also be on the beverage menu. Seasonal specials like the classic Paulaner Oktoberfest bier will be available on a rotating basis.
At Brez’n, diners can now take a bite into Singapore’s first Bavarian pretzel sandwiches. Instead of the traditional sliced bread, the sandwich is composed of a soft, inviting Bavarian pretzel, or Brez’n. Diners can choose from four delicious pretzel sandwich options. For example, the hearty oven-baked Brez’n roll with succulent slices of meatloaf, topped with sauerkraut, pickles, honey mustard sauce, and a side of thick cut fries. For a lighter option, Chef Dominik suggests the honey-glazed ham Brez’n sandwich with Emmental cheese, pickles, tomatoes, crisp greens, and Bavarian sweet mustard.
The menu, with Chef Dominik’s culinary stewardship, is packed with classic Bavarian favorites. The delicious crispy pork knuckle, or Schweinshax’n, served with braised white cabbage, roasted potatoes and dark lager beer sauce, is one of the signature dishes and an absolute must-try. Chef Dominik infuses the pork knuckles with home- made brine before roasting. This gives the meat a unique pink colour, but most importantly makes it juicier, more tender and flavourful.
The main dining area, with its series of rustic furniture resembles contemporary restaurants found in urban Munich and is instantly welcoming. Diners can perch on a stool for a pint of chilled beer from one of the many leading Bavarian breweries such as Paulaner, indulge in a scrumptious meal at the smaller tables, or sit at the long workbenches for larger group gatherings. Adding a splash of color with pastel green furnishings, Brez’n reinforces a cozy, warm atmosphere with its mix of chairs and comfortable outdoor beer benches.
Baba Chews Bar and Eatery is an all-day dining restaurant in Katong serving modern and traditional cuisine from Straits of Malacca.
Baba Chews is a restaurant inspired by their neighbourhood. The name ‘Baba Chews’ takes inspiration from Chew Joo Chiat, a wealthy Chinese landowner known as the ‘King of Katong’ who in 1917 allowed the use of a road through his land for public, which is the Joo Chiat Road we know today. Various other roads and landmarks in the vicinity were also named after him, such as this very building, which was formerly the Joo Chiat Police Station (1928 – 1987).
Paying homage to this unique culture, they have put together a menu of traditional and modern cuisines from places that have influenced Peranakan cooking.
Bakerzin's newest casual dining restaurant is Nom La La, located along the north-eastern waterfront at SAFRA Punggol.
This self-service eatery makes a good pit stop for joggers and nature-walking types looking for sustenance on the Western and Malay menu. Dishes include nasi lemak, lamb rendang, beef bolognese and almond-crusted baked salmon. They also serve a comforting and hearty rotational special on Sundays like the slow-cooked oxtail stew.
By the good people behind Bedok's Refuel Cafe comes Fuel Plus+ in Telok Blangah.
Tucked away on Morse Road, between Telok Blangah and Harbourfront MRT stations, the light-filled cafe serves up affordable and hearty options for brunch, lunch and dessert. Enjoy the Rosti, Egg and Sausage and the Honey BBQ Babyback Ribs. Already customers have good things to say about the Bacon Aglio Olio and Soft Shell Crab Curry. Portion sizes are generous so don't fill up too quickly with drinks — go for their wonderfully balanced and robust Piccolo Latte.
After a month long closure, The BetterField at Waterloo Street has re-opened at The Treasury, just a five-minute walk from City Hall MRT station.
The sprawling compound is five times bigger than its previous location, making it the perfect place to accommodate large group gatherings. It's also good for couples looking for an affordable date night over quality eats. The menu has also been updated with new dishes, but rest assured, the old favourites are still around.
Barrio by Mex Out is the Mexican taqueria that opens a new chapter on the dynamic success of its parent brand. Everything you loved about Mex Out is now in an exciting 70-seater location right in the heart of Orchard Road.
The barrio, Spanish for ‘neighbourhood’, is a residential space for Mexicans to work, trade, socialise – in short, a hangout.
Living up to its name, Barrio by Mex Out takes on a hip, cheery space for people to take pleasure in good food and fine drink with great company. Urban but with a cool neighbourhood feel, it’s a hangout for friends, fun, and food.
Guided by its Fresh-Mex cuisine, Barrio by Mex Out guarantees authentic Mexican flavours derived from the freshest and highest quality ingredients. The restaurant features an expanded menu of fan favourites from Mex Out, complemented by new plated dishes, starters, bar snacks, tortas (a Mexican burger), and desserts. It’s a journey of healthy Mexican deliciousness – at prices that will make you smile.
Fresh-Mex is born of Mex-American cuisine, with influences from ancient Mayan and Aztec culture, through Spanish and French traditions to the modern flavours and spices of Baja California and the Caribbean. Combine this with the freshest quality meat, seafood, dairy, and vegetables you can find, and it’s little wonder people speak of Fresh-Mex food in the most salsa-licious terms!
Barrio by Mex Out makes its guacamole in-house every day using fresh avocado mashed and seasoned with lime, salt, and small amounts of red onions, jalapeno peppers, tomato and cilantro. Just the right amount of lime juice is added – key to ensuring the guacamole’s smooth texture and a slightly tangy taste. The tortilla chips too are fried and bagged in-house daily, guaranteeing that the chips are fresh, crispy, and utterly delicious.
Also made in-house daily are the salsas, using ingredients such as freshly diced tomatoes, red onions, cilantro, lime juice, salt and chillis. Some worth trying are the pico de gallo and the unique mango and pineapple salsa. And fresh-caught snapper is used in the ceviche and salad.
Many Mex Out favourites are on the menu, including the burrito wraps, burrito rice bowls, tacos and salads. The restaurant offers plated dishes, starters, bar snacks, tortas, and desserts such as the Chocolate and Chilli Brownie, for sharing. There are vegetarian options and a breakfast menu that’s available until 3pm everyday.
Urban Saloon is a modern take on the classic western saloon in the heart of bustling Singapore. Their aim was to create a distinctive cocktail bar and restaurant in various styles at one venue.
Whether you are here for a scrumptious meal, exquisite cocktails and just out to have a crazy night, this will be the place to be.
Red Dot Traffic Building. The story goes a long way back. More than a decade ago, there was a man who started as a bartender in this building. However, he was young and he was hungry. Hungry for knowledge. So he set out to seek new and exciting experiences both locally and in countries far far away. But life has a funny way of working and he finds himself back in the same building. However, this time he had a plan. A big one. To be the best establishment around. To provide an experience that everyone would enjoy.
Decked out in vibrant chinoiserie hues, Chow Fun Restaurant & Bar is a novel concept that presents a thoughtfully-crafted menu comprising over 18 Asian and Western-inspired noodle small plates; many with an inventive twist, moreish snacks and an irresistible all-day happy hour offer.
The name, Chow Fun, is a playful nod to the ubiquitous Cantonese fried noodle dish served at Chinese restaurants in America, where Singaporean chef and owner, Alicia Lin, spent 20 years of her life. The name also alludes to ‘chow’ or food, and the ‘fun’ and infectious spirit of the restaurant as it aims to become the bustling dining and drinking destination at The Grandstand.
Given Alicia’s affinity for noodles and entertaining, she wanted to create a convivial and inviting venue for customers; a lively yet intimate space to relax with friends and bond over simple good chow and a cold beer. Furthermore, with noodles’ wide appeal and popularity, she decided to focus on using quality ingredients to present familiar and unique interpretations of classic noodle dishes at Chow Fun.
Guests may choose to dine indoors (40 seats) at the low tables or the colourful cushioned banquettes or outdoors at the alfresco area (25 seats). With such a playful and energetic space, Chow Fun is the ideal venue for casual dinner dates, family meals and all-day drinking with the buddies.
Apart from refreshed decor, the culinary team brings to the table a range of delectable Mexican-style dishes. Try the Tortilla Salad with Lime Dressing, a fresh tortilla salad with everyone’s favourite Mexican condiments like jalapeno and refried beans, or go for Mexican staples, the Chicken Enchiladas and Pulled Beef Enchiladas, both served with cheese in tortilla wraps.
FIX’s naanwich fans will be thrilled with naanwiches “re-born” in the form of Mexican Fajitas. Bringing back well-loved naanwich favourites like Chicken Achar Fajitas, and Beef Kimchi Fajitas, featuring grilled beef served on a hot plate with kimchi, a sous-vide egg and side condiments of tortilla, guacamole and a unique tomato salsa with chinchalok, these Mexican Fajitas take on a new lease of life and are bound to win hearts.
FIX will also serve up Mexican dishes in hearty portions like Chicken Pascal, a slow-cooked chicken leg in chipotle tomato sauce, Steak & Potatoes, a 200g flank steak, and a delicious tender Lamb Shank featuring braised lamb shank in mole sauce and toasted almonds.
For desserts, go for the addictive Bunuelos & Ice- cream, a crispy tortilla glazed in sticky Gula Melaka, served with vanilla ice-cream.
With a philosophy of serving food that they would serve to their own families, FIX welcomes large family bookings with dinner sets put together for varying size of diners.
Available for dinner, these sets will be served communal style with plates of starters, mains, sides and desserts – perfect for Mexican festive feasting.
Opened on the East Coast of Singapore at Goodman Arts Centre in 2012, Café Melba blends influences from Melbourne and Asia for a gourmet yet leisurelydiningexperience.The Café Melba concept is designed to be an oasis away from hectic city life, where you can relax from the stresses of the day with a great meal and friendly and attentive service. With breakfast all day (every day!) and plenty of events happening for both kids and adults, Café Melba has become a regular haunt for bookworms, foodies, parents, and music lovers alike.
D's Joint is a simple setup serving honest, Singaporean favorites and Western plates, albeit in a faux-gritty setting.
Sure, there's the usual fish and chips, pastas and burgers, but what's sending food critics here in a tizzy is his nasi lemak, with a generous portion of fried ikan kuning, omelette, fragrant coconut rice, sambal and ikan bilis. Besides this hot favorite, the menu also offers other interesting highlights like the kai fun (or street rice), rice served with chicken broth, char siew, lup cheong and shredded chicken that was a staple for coolies back in the day, and Peranakan specialty sek bak; pig offal in thick, aromatic gravy.
Located in the west of Singapore, Merriment is set in a contemporary setting in a big office building. They have teamed up with their friends at In The Brickyard (Desserts and Bakes) to provide the ultimate cafe experience.
Expect not only to satisfy your savoury cravings but also your sweet tooth with a variety of freshly baked goods, plated desserts, ice cream and milkshakes. The space is also available for events booking.
Boat Quay fixture Dallas Restaurant & Bar has opened a second outlet at Suntec City, and the place still offers diners hearty plates and a wide selection of accessible wines and beers.
While its flagship at Boat Quay is a semi-boudoir set up with ubiquitous starched table cloths and scarlet carpets, this CBD branch is a modern and trendy 162-seat space resembling a glass house overlooking the cityscape. The bar is a gleaming island, with back-lit bottles of spirits and a bare-bulb chandelier overhead. The food has none of that chi-chi vibe, however, as the restaurant sticks to honest-to-goodness grub.
At Once Upon a Thyme, they take our pastas seriously; they commit themselves to serving you quality pasta that is cooked with you in mind. By using natural herbs and healthy ingredients; by not using additives or artificial flavourings; by adhering to strict standards in their food; by not diluting sauces just to keep costs low.
South Union Park is a cosy restaurant near Kembangan MRT dishes out quality Western fare at affordable prices.
Swing by for a casual date night and go straight for the mains like the comforting Butternut Pasta — homemade tagliatelle packed with roasted squash and tossed with mushrooms and string cheese. End the meal with a sweet treat like the Apple Crumble, vanilla ice cream drizzled with salted caramel, chunky crumbles, Greek yogurt and a whole stewed apple bursting with natural sweetness.
In collaboration with Michelin Guide Singapore and renowned wine authority Robert Parker Wine Advocate, Resorts World Sentosa proudly presents Art at Curate – a series of curated culinary pop-up events. Art at Curate boasts a stellar line-up of renowned Michelin-starred Chefs set to grace the Curate kitchen throughout the course of the year, in celebration of culinary art.
For its first instalment, taste the finest plates by three-star Michelin Chef, Massimiliano Alajmo of the famed Le Calandre in Padua and the world’s youngest chef to have been awarded the highly coveted distinction, with exceptional wine pairings by Robert Parker Wine Advocate’s team of respected wine reviewers.
A quaint little western cafe in an oriental shophouse. They accept any food customisation if its within their means.
Wednesdays Food Company is all about providing you with whatever request you'd like to have on your meals as long as its within their means. Bacon in your coffee? Sure. Ice cream on your chicken? Even better.
At Wednesdays, they believe in providing the freedom of having the customers make their meals whatever they want it to be.
DP Architects is an established homegrown architecture firm with five decades of international design experience, while GRUB is a young Singapore culinary company advocating quality modern local food. Through this collaboration, redpan aims to redesign the culinary experience.
Red represents Singapore and passion, and celebrates their food and design heritage; Pan refers to the culinary essential, and alludes to the crucible of this creative design and culinary experiment.
redpan is a champion of local fun dining, serving creative interpretations of modern dishes with a spotlight on local ingredients and familiar flavours.
Quality food at very reasonable prices. Always aligned to the GRUB promise that the food they serve is what they will feed their families. To feature a slice of Singapore's culinary history, in line with DP Architects' local heritage yet high standing on the international field.
Sock & Pans is a cozy place to have your pizza & kopi fix.
They serve freshly ground full-bodied local kopi brewed with traditional filter sock by a kopi Tao Chiu (master barista) and a variety of delectable thin crust pizzas (with freshly made in-house dough & sauces), as well as pastas & sandwiches.
For the pizza adventurers, try our very own bacon onion, hebi hiam and Asian pulled pork.
Surrounded by metal, pipes and wood décor, The Pipe District serves you within an industrial-themed setting with Modern European Cuisine, to name one of their bestsellers, the Himalayan Salt Block selections.
With a choice of indoor and outdoor seating, diners have the choice of cozying up onto their pipe-styled furniture with entertainment of the dart machines or why not take a seat outdoors and grab a pint or two of their Archipelago draught beers at their outdoor bar over a BPL match.
Sakurazaka is a traditional shabu shabu concept with a European flair to its cuisine. Headed by Consultant Chef Masashi Horiuchi, Sakurazaka is inspired by his Japanese heritage, European culinary roots and his penchant for refined, convivial dining.
Sakurazaka is located in the Greenwood enclave whose leafy roadways and quiet affluence bears a resemblance to the city of Sakurazaka in Fukuoka, Japan. The restaurant’s interior design combines the old and new together with open layouts and sleek contemporary lines, the traditional use of wood in the walls, ceiling, and furniture.
In Sakurazaka, find six delicious broths, from the traditional ago dashi or dried flying fish stock, pork bone, chicken and vegetarian soya milk to more European touches such as Bouillabaisse stock and beef consommé.
On offer are selections of prime Japanese and European meats, vegetables and seafood, including less common items such as Kyushu Shirobuta pork, Japanese Aomori rice-fed beef, F1 Joshu Wagyu beef, and F1 Wagyu-Holstein cross-breed beef. At the end of meal, the diner can choose to have rice cooked together with leftover broth in the pot and mozzarella cheese for a savory, delicious risotto – a European influence on the traditional Japanese way of combining rice and broth towards the end of a shabu shabu meal.
Sakurazaka also offers traditional sukiyaki, in which meat and vegetables are first cooked in a pan, followed by the addition of broth and condiments such as soy sauce, sugar and mirin, resulting in a dish sweeter than shabu-shabu. The cooked ingredients dipped into a whole raw egg.
For desserts, Sakurazaka offers kakigori, a Japanese dessert of finely shaved ice flavoured with syrup and condensed milk. Sakurazaka has re-imagined kakigori, adding refinements such as Ujikintoki Green Tea and Hokkaido Milk, as well as European ingredients to produce the sensational Port Wine and Tiramisu kakigori.
The companion to excellent food is always a superb drink. Sakurazaka offers an exquisite choice of wines, sake, and Japanese craft beers. Sakurazaka is a concept by leading fine wine merchant, Wine Culture; bringing to the restaurant a curated selection of fine wines.
Oh My Tian is a food journey that brings the customers through a showcase of passion & creativity. Norms are not what you'd expect in this culinary journey.
Step into a world of punkerland, a mixology of victorian steampunk and carnival from the terrain of their inner fantasies.
Oh My Tian depicts a realm of painted technology and displays aesthetic designs inspired by the 16th century European design of a fantasy world.
This will be another food experience that will showcase the passion through creativity as they journey along with their customers. Norms are not what should be expected in this culinary journey. Hence, customers should be prepared for an assault on the myriad of senses the moment they enter.
The food at Paper Crane is not so much defined by a cuisine but more by an intuitive and fun approach to food. Like the people behind this cosy bistro along Waterloo Street, the food is unpretentious, honest and hearty.
They cook the food we love to eat. Think hearty, robust flavours that take time to coax, homemade anything and unpretentious fare.
The menu is kept concise but there are always new offerings because they like to keep things fun for them, and interesting for their customers. Prices are affordable, with all-day deals.
However, regardless of the offering, it always reflects their obsession with taking their time to tease out flavours and making as much as they can from scratch.
The Quay Kitchen and Bar is a warm and cosy meeting place for family, friends and colleagues to gather for great tapas-style Modern American food paired with a range of beer, wine and slow pressed fruit juices.
On weekdays, allow the tensions of the day to be washed away with a game of darts paired with your favourite tipple, or simply enjoy the evening breeze while admiring the scenic river view.
Come weekends and Public Holidays, breakfast and brunch is available with an outdoor children's play-corner to keep young ones entertained.
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.
Serving the same approachable and simple food that has become synonymous with the brand, Privé is perfect for a quick breakfast or lunch during the work week or to luxuriate with the family on the weekends. At night, the colourful Boat Quay and stunning CBD skyline is the backdrop for post-work drinks or a hearty meal with friends and colleagues.
But perhaps the most distinctive part of Privé is the unique atmosphere and stunning views accorded to it by being right next to the Singapore River. No matter where you choose to sit, whether in air-conditioned comfort or at the breezy alfresco deck, waterfront views are never more than a few meters away.
Stepping into Ninethirty by awfullychocolate in East Coast Road is like visiting a long lost friend at his/her home. An immediate sense of comfort welcomes you, and your senses will be drawn to the aromatic smells wafting from the kitchen.
Ninethirty also doubles up as the flagship Awfully Chocolate store, and it is the only concept of its kind in Singapore.
It is a casual bistro that is suitable for a night out with a group of friends, or a date with your partner. It is nothing too fancy, just a simple and unpretentious space that serves a reasonably-priced menu of comforting Western food with Asian touches, chocolate cocktails as well as the most amazing chocolate desserts.
Holding three concepts within a brand; an Eating House, Café and Bar, Third Place exudes a warm and cosy ambience that is ideally suited for diners get to enjoy great tasting local delights and international cuisines.
Sporting a new character in décor and theme to give a creative contemporary feel at each unique locations, the entire package of scent, sound, sight and social identity will complete the dining experience.
Third Place is the venue where people can sit, eat and mingle to discover more about each other. Disconnect to reconnect at Third Place, the dining cove where great conversations happen.
If you are up for a casual place with fine dining delicacies drop by KINS, a modern fusion restaurant.
KINS is not an abbreviation. KINS is an expression of the brotherhood and special bond the 3 brothers shared with their parents. Founded by Desmond, Louis and Leslie, the brothers believed that the experience of dining with your loved ones is one that is truly unforgettable.
Check out the place to try out the chef's recommended dishes which includes the flavorful Tataki Tuna and Beef Carpaccio, the mouth-watering 4896 Porky, Apple Tortilla Tower, amongst others.
Especially catered for family get-togethers, the kid-friendly restaurant provides kids utensils and baby chairs for your little ones.
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore will unveil a brand new restaurant, called Colony, on 23 September 2015. Colony will take over the space formerly occupied by Greenhouse restaurant, which was closed in late March 2015 to facilitate the five-month transformation.
Located on level three, the name Colony alludes to the seafarious voyage that the British took to travel to the East Indies for trade and commerce in the late eighteenth century. Vintage maps and postcards which adorn the walls and decorative ornate leafing evoke the nostalgia of a bygone era, while eight different open concept kitchens, coupled with ‘live’ culinary showmanship, will bring diners on a multi-sensory journey through Singapore’s heritage cuisines including Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, Chinese and Western, with dishes that encapsulate the flavours from the nation’s rich colonial past.
Award-winning New York based designer, Tony Chi, who possesses worldwide renown for designing some of the world’s most spectacular hotels and restaurants, is responsible for Colony’s novel concept, which manages to encapsulate elements and influences from both the East and West, and presenting them in a modern manner that is both meticulously composed and subtly orchestrated.
Robert Louey Design fashions the guest experience through vintage inspired restaurant collateral and packaging, while the butler style uniforms designed by Mineo San of Art Marginal reflect the service philosophy of the restaurant. The air of conviviality reminiscent of the all-day soirées onboard ships that noblemen and their families took from England to the East Indies, will be enhanced by music from Morton Wilson of Schtung Music.
1933 invites you to step into a time portal and take a trip back to the 1930s where cultures converged. Enjoy the finest renditions of 1930s cuisines such as Hainanese Kampong Chicken Rice and Nanyang Curry Chicken in a bread bowl, as they marry Asian flavours with Western influences for a unique Southeast Asia regional style.
Our signature milkshakes is your ticket to the 1930s Magnolia Snack Bar at Capitol. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and forge new identities at 1933.
The menu focus is primarily East Coast favourites (Maryland crab cakes, New England clam chowder) and classic American fare (US grain-fed steaks, ribs and regional seafood) prepared the traditional way on a grill.
The Josper charcoal grill will impart the traditional outdoor BBQ flavour to many of the featured menu items.
Bringing you the outdoor BBQ experience indoors!
You will not have to think twice where to catch your Sunday Night Football!
Offering one of the largest al fresco dining areas along Orchard Road and a private room with attached entrance and balcony, RedBank is also the perfect venue for events.
They offer Western comfort food and large format dishes designed specially for sharing.
It is a multifaceted space with indoor and outdoor bar and dining sections ideal for social gatherings, screenings of sports matches, after-work drinks, as well as weddings and other special occasions.
Open Door Policy, Tiong Bahru’s favourite neighbourhood hangout, is launching a globetrotting new menu by Head Chef Daniele Sperindio and a revamped interior.
The new menu draws inspiration from far and wide throughout Asia, Latin America and Europe and has been streamlined to offer a focused selection of key dishes created in a collaborative effort between Chef Daniele and Chef-owner Ryan Clift of Tippling Club.
The new dishes are surprising yet familiar, boasting a higher level of complexity with more premium-quality ingredients, innovative and well-layered flavour profiles, and interesting presentations — while staying true to the modern bistro’s style of fusion European, Western and Asian flavours.
Standout items within the menu include the Kale Broth, a healthy starter poured table-side over crispy kale, smoked quail eggs and extra virgin olive oil “caviar”; Guacamole Risotto, with fresh chilli, slow-boiled hen egg and crème fraîche borrows its flavours and cheeky tortilla chip garnish from Latin America; a lean cut of Australian Kangaroo Fillet served agrodolce-style in a vinegar jus and accompanied with roasted Brussels sprouts with pine nuts and baby onions, and sautéed warrigal greens. Regulars will be pleased to find that the menu also features a number of amped up bistro classics, such as the quintessential Braised Beef Cheek is slow-cooked for 48 hours then served with velvety black truffle mash, roasted mushrooms and rich red wine jus.
An all new selection of Natural Wines have been introduced to the menu — made with minimal chemical and technological intervention during the growing and winemaking process, these wines are farmed organically without and produced without adding or removing any naturally occurring elements. Natural Wines are an ideal complement to the new dishes at ODP for a wholesome dining experience focused on premium ingredients.
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.
Featuring a spread for lunch & dinner that represents the essence of European cooking with an exclusive charcoal grilled Tapas menu; and like any good European restaurant, SELA has a wide range of wines to select from - all the better to go with the fine food that will definitely entice your palette. If wine isn't for you, SELA also has a few hard-to-find Japanese craft beers.
Set in the heart of Singapore in Seah Street, right next to Raffles Hotel, SELA's friendly wait staff will be happy to make your dining a pleasurable event.
32 Seah Street
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The Singapura Club is a heritage-style vintage bistro, taproom and an all day communal leisure dining concept serving with the heritage-style decor meets a menu that fuses local and western items, with club signature dishes including Kampung Fried Rice.
Dojo, a new fusion food restaurant with pork as a specialty, has opened on the bustling Circular Road.
The love of pork runs deep for the CEO Janice Tan, as her late grandfather was a pig farmer from Seremban, Malaysia. "Dojo" is inspired by Japanese training place for martial arts, it describes its commitment in perfecting the art of fusing Asian flavours and Western cuisine.
The main highlights are pork burgers. Patties are seasoned with a secret family recipe and baked daily, served Asian style sauces and only the freshest ingredients.
Expect a cool and hipster vibe in terms of design.