Bacchanalia is the hottest new restaurant in town which has just opened within the beautiful heritage building Freemasons Hall which is the headquarters for freemasons of the District of the Eastern Archipelago.
Owned and operated by the founders of the Bacchanalia Brunch, they have once again brought in a kitchen full of star chefs.
Bacchanalia is inspired by Alex Chew & Raj Datwani's time in restaurants, bars and nightclubs both in Singapore and around the world. They have made it a place you can come to for a long leisurely meal with quality food and drinks, with a progressive atmosphere that evolves through the evening.
Their chefs have experience in some of the world’s best kitchens, including a combined 12 years at Heston Bloomenthal’s The Fat Duck in UK, Mugaritz in Spain and Per Se in New York.
Be it for a pre-dinner drink, dinner or even music and drinks after dinner you will definitely enjoy yourself through the evening with their house DJ to drive the mood.
On top of their affordable gourmet meal enjoy their choice of spirits, wines, champagnes and even sake.
Food at Grub is responsible, inspired and delicious. Opened by the guys from Cookyn Inc, the place brings the same message of awesome food to be shared with friends in a warm, fun and welcoming environment. Everything that appears on your plate has been carefully thought through and weighed out to give the best balance between quality and affordability.
The place will serve simple hearty fare like chilli con carne, grilled steak and fries and a crispy fish burger. On weekends, you will get to enjoy their brunch including dishes such as French toast with garlic pork sausage and baked macaroni with bacon. Their drinks will include Liberty Coffee and Dammann Tea as well as a selection of craft beers; lPalm amber ale and Bavik pilsner.
Together with the art jamming studio, Museo is celebrating the spirit of art and creativity with its food, as well as its cocktails.
Museo has embraced the bold move of combining a luxury high tea salon which undergoes a smooth transition into a sleek bar and a casual-fine dining restaurant at sundown. Through this, you get the best of both worlds – you will not only be able to enjoy the classic range of brunch and signature teas popularized by Arteastiq alongside exquisite dinner items, but also relish their newly concocted cocktail range and exquisite dinner items at the refreshingly new seaside location: Sentosa Cove.
"The Social Painting Studio" is seamlessly integrated into the entire restaurant and bar concept as a way of further engaging you, in a way which no other bar or tea lounge has. With the magnificent view overlooking the tranquil quayside and marina vista, it provides the perfect backdrop for you to engage and explore your inner creative potential with art jamming.
The magnificent sea view, coupled with the chill-out holiday-making atmosphere and friendly staff, all play important roles in crafting Museo as the perfect haven for city dwellers to retreat from the hustle and bustle of urban life.
Kilo at Pact is a restaurant and bar with an inclination for hearty flavours and raw spaces. Its Japanese fusion menu and concrete interiors hope to make for a different dining experience on Orchard Road.
A collaborative concept between the people behind Kilo at Kampong Bugis, menswear boutique K.I.N and hair salon PACT+ LIM, this unique space is all about style, class and quality with a twist. The 3700 sq ft area located at the corner of the second level of Orchard Central is spacious with a modern contemporary interior design.
The food served is a fusion of Japanese, Vietnamese and italian, with a special menu on the weekends for brunch. The menu includes seafood ceviche, chicken skin sushi rolls and BBQ riblets.
Enjoy K.I.N. for some fashion with a global reach. This hip men’s clothing boutique offers vintage styles with a modern twist from local and international designers, including dress shirts, sleek shoes, jackets and colorful throws.
A brand new dining concept featuring an eclectic lineup of cuisine alongside an ever-changing ensemble of artistic creations, including Japanese, North Indian, Italian-Asian, Tapas and Brunch has opened on East Coast Road. Mad Nest is dedicated to titillating those tastebuds, soothing parched throats and inspiring the artist within you.
Mad Nest is also a platform where young, emerging talents are given the opportunity to shine. From their vendors to the constantly rotating lineup of artists, the nook brings together good food, copious amounts of drinks and ever-changing art works.
Accompanying the food is a well curated menu of drinks that includes signature cocktails that are created for each type of cuisine as well as a well-stocked selection of spirits, wine and beer. Set in a cosy, warmly-lit setting that boasts assorted furnishings and cement screed floors, the nest seeks to marry art with a casual dining environment. They welcome all to come forth and nestle with them.
ALL-DAY BRUNCH - An everyday no-nonsense lineup of traditional favourites, brunch there is served throughout the day. They recommend the Golden French Toast, Eggs Oscar and Bacon, Chicken Sausage and Eggs on Toast.
ITALIAN-ASIAN - Boasting familiar local favourites that are re-interpreted in the style of classic European cooking, try their New Asian signatures like the Seafood Laksa, Chilli Crab and Hae Mee Bisque, or sample enduring classics like the Pomodoro and Aglio Olio.
JAPANESE - Delicate shadings of flavour meet fuller Asian-infused offerings in their Japanese menu. Try their refreshing Pitan Tofu, savoury Oiishi Maki and flavourful Shiro Maguro: a cured white tuna sashimi that packs a punch.
NORTHERN INDIAN - Bound to make friendly assaults on those taste buds, they opt for healthier methods of cooking that lend a nuanced, homespun quality to the food. Signatures include their Butter Chicken, Kadai Fish, Prawn Chatpata and Paneer Saag.
The new restaurant/cafe The Mayor of Tiny Town, offers a waffle-ful experience. Be pampered by a wide selection of sweet and savory waffles accompanied by ice cream, fresh fruits, scrambled eggs and other flavorful ingredients.
Their waffle batter is freshly made from scratch every day and baked only when ordered, to create the magical rich, crispy, golden brown and fluffy texture.
Their best seller is the perfect combination of slow poached pink lady apples in cinnamon sauce, vanilla ice cream and their homemade waffles. You can also opt for the scrambled egg and ham waffle from the All-day brunch menu which includes runny scrambled eggs, waffles and fresh greens tossed in zesty orange oil.
Their inspiration of café food comes from the intriguing fusion of Chinese ingredients with Western dishes such as their salad with century egg terrain, tossed with homemade lemon ginger mint.
Do try their interpretation of the traditional Teriyaki chicken where they serve it between slices of thick toast instead. Apart from these, they serve the usual brunch suspect of Royal eggs and many more.
They serve the whole collection of Gryphon Artisan tea as well as their secret house blend of coffees made from freshly roasted (100%) Arabica coffee beans.
Café Melba, a bespoke concept owned and operated by Tadcaster Hospitality, presents an ultimate casual all-day dining experience, a tranquil escape away from the bustling and hectic city.
Located within the luscious green compounds of Goodman Arts Centre (formerly LaSalle College of the Arts), Café Melba is a blend of influences from Melbourne and Asia with interpretations of Australasian dishes. This 120 seater café aims to deliver the perennial of classics and weekend roasts; accompanied by gourmet coffees and luxurious teas.
Bringing delicious food and beverages, great coffee, amazing wood fired thin crust pizza and homemade café favourites to Goodman Arts Centre.
Check-out their brunch menu in the weekends for organic eggs and homemade bacon, and other breakkie delights.
#01-56 Block N Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road
Strangers' Reunion, the brainchild of local Barista Champion Ryan Tan, is a small cozy cafe striving to make you the best cup of coffee humanly possible.
Ryan Tan, the owner of Strangers' Reunion, is the two time and current "Singapore National Barista Champion" (2011,2012). He has also represented Singapore twice in the World Barista Championship (2011 Columbia, 2012Vienna). As for Latte Art, he is currently ranked 2nd Runner up in the World Latte Championship (2011 Maastricht, The Netherlands), he also came in first in the 2011 Melbourne Latte Art Smackdown.
The cafe uses its own signature blend of beans and from time to time, they bring in single origins from world renowned roasters.
Apart from coffee, enjoy their bistro fusion lunch items such as roast pork baguette, tandoori ciabatta and brunch items like eggs benedict, scrambled eggs with maple dijon bacon.
This icon of New York City’s culture and lifestyle has just opened a 3,200 square feet flagship store in Orchard Central, offering you the chance to experience the unique cosmopolitan vibe that has made Dean & DeLuca a household name in New York.
Dean & DeLuca is a chain of upscale grocery stores. The first one was established in New York City's Soho district.
Over its history, the chain has earned a reputation as an icon of New York City culture and lifestyle. Revered as a hub for the discovery of new culinary trends and little known culinary traditions, Dean & DeLuca is the only brand that has the cultural status and global brand awareness to be the deï¬ning brand in gourmet food retail around the world.
Besides a great selection of gourmet foods; artisanal cheeses, special sauces and charcuterie, the Dean & DeLuca store has its signature cafe, alongside an in-house bakery, for an authentic New York brunch experience.
The all-day breakfast Menu serves freshly baked goods, such as the salted caramel banana or the French toast brioche.
Preparazzi is a gourmet caterer specialised in concept events and parties. You will love their work, thanks to their original dishes, inventive ideas and bespoke creations inspired by Singapore’s exciting culinary heritage and sexy cosmopolitan lifestyle.
The caterer has been is the winner of the Martell VSOP Ultimate Start-Up Space Competition 2011. They've cooked for ambassadors, ministers, CEOs, partners, fussy bosses, chummy colleagues, happy families, kindergarden school children and the occasional health buff.
Their new Bar Gourmet serves healthy western food with an Asian twist.
Love salads? Try their duck confit with wonton crisps, or their grilled chicken with curry mustard dressing. Also available for takeaway.
Keep it fresh, for Sunday's brunch with their freshly baked breads, cakes and cupcakes from their bakery. Or have a try at their Do Truffle Eggs Benny.
Drinks wise, Preparazzi creatively concocts cocktails with local ingredients, herbs and spices, such as the Nanas Limau Pulut, a tequila-based cocktail made with pineapple, kaffir lime, and Cointreau.
If you want to know what 'Exquisite' tastes like, then head down to Private Affairs and experience their delicious symphony of flavors created alongside fine Modern European cuisine, paired with international premier wines.
The restaurant is all about being pampered and experiencing exquisite food and service. You’ll dine in comfortable and private surrounds and the team of chefs will be showcasing their skills for cooking modern European cuisine flavours.
Relocated from the rustic Joo Chiat Place, the new dining premise at 25 Boon Tat Street promises you more gastro indulgences at a decent value. Set in the elegant and chic conservation shop house in the busy CBD area, Private Affairs serves all-occasion Modern European dining with delectable set lunch, a la carte and set dinner menus.
Have a try at their Saturday brunch accompanied with special selection of gourmet tea and house blend of tea and coffees. Check out their cozy roof top bar decking out a good range of champagne, sparkling wines by glasses and beer!
Plan you own event with their team of dedicated event planners. Be it a birthday party, corporate luncheon, cocktails parties, wine dinners, product launches, or auctions.
The doors of No. 9 Rochester Park are once again open to the public. This time around however, you'll will find an entirely new dining experience at Nosh.
Nosh takes over from the Krish restaurant at its venue in Rochester Park and serves modern bistro cuisine in a distinctively unforgettable setting.
The restaurant occupies a beautifully decorated historical black and white house with an alluring open air deck where most of the dining takes place. Nosh delivers a perfect blend of music, ambiance and lush scenery, which contributes to a charming outdoor dining.
Fresh ingredients and quality produce are at the heart of a melting pot of flavours that will take you from the comforts of familiar tastes to the edge of a new and exciting culinary experience.
Starters include the Maryland Crab Cakes, a delightful combination of delicately fried fresh crab patties, red curry coconut dressing and a cucumber and apple salad. Other standouts include the Mango Avocado Ceviche.
They also feature an ample selection of vegetarian options. The Purple Potato Gnocchi for example is one of several dishes that can be made vegetarian upon request.
For mains, the Tamarind marinated beef tenderloin does not disappoint. Tender strips of lovingly marinated prime beef are accompanied by a helping of house made purple potato gnocchi and creamy braised leeks.
Desserts are not to be missed, as you will get the chance to tuck into a decadent selection of desserts that have been crafted in collaboration with award winning pastry chef Janice Wong from the 2am:dessertbar.
Find a great reason to get out of bed, to enjoy their weekend brunch!
Their bar stays open late throughout the week and is the perfect place to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. House cocktails are made with fresh fruit and premium spirits while the wine list features a comprehensive selection of affordably priced and boutique wines alike. Cool jazz and resonant beats set the tone for a memorable relaxing night under the stars.
22 Dempsey is the ultimate dining destination that will meet all your gastronomic needs. The dining venture consists of four different dining concepts in one convenient gourmet villa.
Housed in a colonial structure surrounded by lush gardens and the backdrop of a soothing waterfall, 22 Dempsey is an idyllic escape from the hectic cosmopolitan life, where guests can feel invigorated by a wholesome meal or a refreshing cocktail.
Meat lovers will be thrilled with the quality cuts of meat carved at their tables at Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria, while diners of a more vegetarian persuasion will appreciate the garden fresh produce served at the all-vegetarian Beets. Guests desiring a fusion of Eastern and Western delights can savour the cross-continental fare and indulgent desserts at the delightful bistro-style: Addictions, the perfect venue for a laid-back weekend brunch. While patrons who seek a relaxing lounge to enjoy quality live music and knock back a few classic cocktails will find their haven at The Still.
Weather you are vegetarian or a meat lover, 22 Dempsey is the ideal destination to satisfy all your dining cravings.
Our grandmothers were right when they said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And you've probably noticed that over the years that breakfast and brunch have grown beyond the simple human need to 'break the fast' after a night's sleep. You could say that breakfast is the modern meal.
At Wild Honey they love breakfast. But they're not talking about your grandmother's breakfast. They love the limitless and delicious possibilities of breakfast - sweet, savoury, spicy, chewy, gooey, simple and elegant.
Inspired by the vast array of ingredients, recipes and breakfast traditions, you can now travel to a different destination every day. From Tunisia to Mexico to New York to California. As an example, inspired by the exotic colors, flavours, textures and traditions of the Middle East: The Syrian, starts with Wild Honey's signature brioche caramelized for a crunchy texture. Fresh, poached blood plums, homemade labne (yoghurt), a honey, saffron and orange blossom syrup, pistachios and fresh mint leaves for a beautiful way to start or finish your weekend.
Wild Honey's take on an Arabian breakfast starts with softly boiled eggs sprinkled with zataar (middle eastern spices). They then add their own house made labne (yoghurt), grilled eggplant, vine ripened tomatoes, cucumbers, black and green olives and three gorgeous dips - babaganoush, schug, and muhammara to enjoy with warm Turkish flatbread. A feast for the eyes and taste buds. Sohatein!
You might also want to try their Classic open faced egg frittata featuring finely sliced potatoes scented with summer rosemary and imported Italian white truffle oil. Finished off with a touch of mascarpone, Avruga caviar and Italian parsley for a taste of La Dolce Vita in every bite. Buon appetito!
This will be Wild Honey's second restaurant adding to their existing shop at Mandarin Gallery and boasting a unique open air balcony at Scotts Square, providing gorgeous views to Singapore's busy shopping belt.
This is the Marmalade Pantry's second outlet and as expected it has a rather familiar feel to it - similar to the flagship at ION Orchard with bright and airy spaces and soft yellow lighting but with the difference that it's not cooped up in an airconditioned shopping mall.
Tucked away at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club, it's taken over the space of the old Mimolette, which was more recently Mimo Kitchen & Bar and thre vibe is full on alfresco chic, jungle aura and colonial shindig all rolled into one.
The menu looks mouth-watering, as do all things related to The Marmalade Group and they offer brunch on weekends which is a big plus, if you're looking for a leisurely all-day gourmet experience out of the hustle and bustle of the city, with plenty of fresh air and scenic outdoor space thrown in for good measure.
The Dempsey Brasserie soft opened quietly on 24 June 2011!
Housed in sensitively restored and disjunctively re-modelled colonial barracks (built in 1867), they present classic European/New York styled Brasserie fare for weekend brunches (10.30am onwards) and every evening (5pm-1am).
TDB bar morphs into a post-prandial, pre-club experience after 10 pm!
They sincerely hope you enjoy what they have to offer and intend to extend their opening hours to include more daylight hours.
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AdstraGold MicroBrewery System (by Adstra Systems Pte Ltd, established in Singapore since 2000) offer the smallest integrated micro-brewery system that saves on retail space allocation, low capital investment, ease of start up, and with no brewery experience required, low operation overheads and yet without compromise for the consumer's demand for taditional craft and designer beers.
AdstraGold crafted microbrewery beers are tappedÂ directly from the micro-brewery tanks to maintain theÂ freshest, crispest & mostÂ bubbly sensation. It is always chilled to 1 Deg.C without additivesÂ or preservatives, and served in frozen beer mugs!
Their newÂ neighbourhood AdstraGold MicroBrewery at East Coast has now opened with a soft launch! With 2,000+ sq ft of space, it is a great chill out & partyÂ locationÂ for private & corporate functions. Live broadcast sport channels & soft music sets the ambience for meeting neighbourhood friends and a great chill out place with plenty of fresh beers, spirits and cocktails plus a sumptiousÂ weekend buffet dinner & brunch with free flow of fresh beers too!
Donoma is the newest restaurant on Keong Saik Rd, serving an urban American cuisine in a contemporary setting, filling in a modest conservative shophouse on an historical street, comfortably out of reach of the city’s increasingly glitz and glamour. The menu is grounded in a small selection of finely done standards that are use to signify upscale contemporary American cooking.
Meal types include American (New), American (Traditional), Breakfast, Brunch, Burgers, Cajun/Creole, Diners, Hot Dogs, Latin American, Sandwiches, Seafood, Singaporean, Southern, Steakhouse, Tex-Mex, Vegan and Vegetarian.
Tucked amongst the secluded greenery of Ann Siang Hill Park (ASH Park), PS Café has recently opened their fourth café in a newly renovated corner shop house. Once you enter through the park entrance, you will be greeted with a bar reminiscent of the speakeasy days of yesteryear New York or London. The second floor dining room of banquette seating continues this journey and is delightfully airy yet intimate. The attic lounge bar with a spill out terrace will put any of the surrounding execs into a pleasantly chilled mood.
Along with some of their guests’ perennial favourites from their other cafes, such as their signature salads and cakes; they have introduced not only a grill menu of aged prime meats but an appealing bar menu with tapas to compliment their new drinking establishment. A mixture of the old and the new, you will find drinks such as the Old Fashioned, Singapura Sling and the crowd pleaser, the original Vodka Cheng Teng.
Open Mondays to Saturdays for lunch, dinner and recently Saturday brunch, PS Café at ASH Park offers guests a reprieve from their daily grind in a quaint getaway in the heart of the city. Due to its location and operations, only adults and teenagers are permitted into this outlet. Whilst walk-ins for drinks and tapas are currently possible, a reservation for dining is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
Pamplemousse Bistro + Bar offers an intimate dining experience amidst the lush and charming greenery of Dempsey Hill. Chef-Owner Adrian Ling recreates modern European cuisine with an international twist. Composed and presented with largely Europen flair, each dish melds flavors from all over the world. The restaurant also carries over 80 labels of Old and New World wines categorized by style - interesting for connoisseurs yet convenient for beginners! A weekend brunch menu that features eggs done in a variety of styles is also available on Saturday and Sunday.
Le Bon Marche had recently moved out from Tiong Bahru to their new premises in Bukit Timah. The Bukit Timah outlet combines both a French bistro and a upmarket grocery store. The decor is simple with no more than 10 wooden tables. This bistro and gourmet market place which stocks gourmet grocery items such as sea salt, white truffle paste, jams and biscuits is a foodies dream. Head here for an alternative brunch or meal on the weekend.
Intimate and homely, Café Hacienda is a mere stone's throw from Hacienda. With high ceilings, lots of natural sunlight and WiFi readily available, it's a lovely place for family brunch, solo coffee sessions or dessert with your favourite girlfriends.
Café Hacienda will serve a hearty and delicious array of soups, salads, paninis, pies and home-made desserts.
With an aim to have the best coffee in the area, Café Hacienda will have its own brand and blend of fresh-roasted beans exclusively available in-store. Café Hacienda will also serve arguably the best Caesar Salad in Singapore.