Step into Mara Shabu's new cozy restaurant and enjoy the homey feeling of one of the most traditional comfort foods in Asia.
Ranging from the freshest produce to premium Wagyu beef and quality seafood harvested from local fisheries, there is something for everyone. The ingredients are as natural as they can be, with minimal processing. Just like the good old days.
Enjoy their selection of 3 soup bases: Mara, Shabu and Sukiyaki, as well as a selection of organic vegetables.
#02-K16 to K19 Pasarbella, The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road
Located along North Canal Road, right in the heart of Singapore’s CBD district and housed on the ground floor of a newly reconstructed shophouse in the oldest conservation area, Communal is a new casual American Diner and Bar serving contemporary gourmet diner food.
It is owned by American Chef Ryan Jetté, who was formerly the Executive Sous Chef of the Sentosa Resort and prior to that has also worked at top American establishments as the Chef de Cuisine of Farm at the Carneros Inn in Napa, California as well as under Thomas Keller at The French Laundry.
The décor of the room is designed with New York’s Meatpacking District in mind. Materials such as rustic bricks and steel are used to create that industrial chic look. The restaurant seats 36 and in line with the concept of Communal being an American diner, the counter takes centerstage with a long 16 seater bar facing an open kitchen. There are also four cozy booths along the bar counter for customers who prefer a more private dining option.
On the menu, Chef Ryan presents his take on classic American diner comfort foods, as well as his own culinary creations. Some of the items that are featured on the menu are the classic All-American Beef Cheeseburger, Fried Chicken with Crushed Laratte Potatoes, as well as Lobster Mac and Cheese. Signature items are the Foie Gras Torchon with Strawberries, Pistachio and Balsamic Reduction, Braised Beef Cheek with Smoked Potato Puree and Caesar Salad Soup with Bacon and Aloe Vera.
Communal also serves up hearty soups, healthy salads and delicious sandwiches. These seemingly simple dishes are elevated with specially created items such as Salad of Butter Lettuce with Kiwi, Macadamia Nuts, Parmesan Cheese and P.X.Vinaigrette, Country Ham and Cheese Sandwich on Sourdough Bread and the B.E.L.T. Sandwich, using their house cured bacon with fried egg, lettuce and tomato.
Experience excellent food that is skillfully prepared and executed by a professional.
PappaRich has around 100 outlets worldwide including Malaysia, Australia, China, Indonesia and Singapore offering you a wide choice of Malaysian Delights. You will be able to find authentic and delicious staple Malaysian cuisine.
It is designed to create a cozy ambience and feel like a trip down memory lane for a family get together; or that familiar chit chat space with friends where you banter about everything under the sun, all these awaits you at PappaRich. Indulge in all-time favorites such as Pappa Nasi Lemak, Pappa Chicken Rice, Pappa Curry Laksa, Pappa Prawn Mee and the deliciously rich and creative drinks menu that fits right to your stomach and warms right up to your heart.
By staying true to its ingredients and ensuring top quality food is served, the lavish selection on their popular menu will leave you wanting more.
Synonymous with its name, Cups N Canvas is all about the harmony of art and coffee, in a café-studio setting coupled with elements of fun, vibrancy and homeliness.
Its name was born out of an artist’s personal experience, where he often finds himself late at night, surrounded with empty cups of coffee around his work table while furiously painting away on a canvas due for submission. This sight is all too familiar for the avid artists out there.
Cups N Canvas welcomes anyone who simply enjoys artisanal coffee and good old comfort food to drop by this nesting place, located along the extended arts belt of the city. With its rustic charm as seen from its cozy interior, Cups N Canvas seeks to revive the creative and fun-loving side of you, who may be robotized by the fast-paced, mundane city-dwelling lives from time to time.
From 5 seemingly different individuals with diverse backgrounds: a compulsive artist, a star architect, a veteran designer and 2 business graduates in their early 20s, there came an uncanny desire to share their love for art, coffee and food. Hence, the idea of a café-studio began its conceptualization which came to realization when the space of an old conservatory shop house was available.
Drop by for some seriously good coffee, comfort food and have a go at your artistic potential.
Mojo is the latest lounge added to Singapore’s list of nightspots to see and be seen. Atop the second floor of a shop-house at Club Street, this sexy new baroque-styled lounge is transporting a piece of Chinatown’s past headfirst into the decadence of the twenty-first century. Clad in funky glass chandeliers and luxurious bling-ed out lounge chairs to sink into, mojo is the perfect setting for chilling out into the wee hours.
The name Mojo has various meanings depending on the context. It can refer to someone’s sexual charisma, popularised by the Austin Powers movie series. Other meanings also include magic spells, voodoo, or even a concoction of various hard-liquors.
Each piece of furniture was personally hand-picked to stick to a lavish haven for relaxed socialising after a hectic day in Singapore city. Cow hide rugs cloak the wooden floors of the shop-house while candlelight flickers over polished mirrored surfaces, making for a cozy yet alluring space. Tables and windows are illuminated from below with colour-changing LED lights, casting different vibes around the lounge as you luxuriate in the menu of tasty treats and exotic cocktails while mellow grooves play in the background.
Centrally-located, Mojo at Club Street is tucked away from crowded main streets, yet still easily accessible from all areas of the island. Nestled in the heart of Chinatown, Club Street has been home to a treasure trove of restaurants, bars, lounges, and cafeÌs, bustling with life and energy. With the introduction of the new lounge Mojo, you will have yet another funky venue to unwind after a long day at work.
Food served at the lounge stems from the Indochina region, together with some western favourites. Fresh and fragrant with herbs such as lemongrass and mint leaves, dishes served will be sure to please any gourmand.
Get to relax in the luxurious leather lounges while sipping an assortment of cocktails, martinis, shots, and beer. From classics like the Long Island Ice Tea and the Cosmopolitan to innovative creations by their master bartenders, their drinks are a representation of mojo, a perfect harmony of old and new.
Outpost 903 Gastrobar held by Alfred Toh is inspired by the portmanteau culture of gastropubs in the UK, serving quality grub in a cozy bar where you can easily connect. It's a place for friends or your family to eat, drink and enjoy; a station away from the main forces in the city.
Outpost offers a good combination of old-fashion American and British bar menu classics with a Peranakan twist in some. Accompanying its food is the wide spread of beers and a long list of bottles and wines.
Decorated in an industrial style, the 80 seater proposes a wide ranging menu. Such as bar snacks; buttermilk crispy golden chicken, bruschetta trios and spicy topshell to full-on mains like fish and chips, the 903 tripledeck burger, pork picatta and pastas.
The place has a good chillout vibe to it, filled in with the residential crowd from the condominiums and houses in the area.
The restaurant is designed with its picture-frame effect and the textural contrast creates a contemporary yet cozy atmosphere that is conducive for both social and corporate entertainment.
The typical French bistros, is the perfect for a quick and casual meal. Bistro's superbly prepared cuisine consists of rather hearty portions at its best when accompanied by wines.
Apart from the extensive selection of seafood, duck, lamb and beef choices, the menu offers a fair selection of traditional French desserts as well. Orange and Grand Marnier soufflé, creme brûlée, warm melted Valrhona chocolate and profiteroles are some of the all time favourites.
A 4-course set dinner comprising of mostly the signature dishes is available. Their signature dishes are the duck leg confit and the red wine braised beef cheeks. Not forgetting the main highlight which is the "Entrecôte de Veau"; 500g double Peter's Farm milked veal sirloin carved and served at your table by the chef himself.
Service is great for this 100-seater restaurant, but it is in the food that you will be in for a real treat. A visit for lunch or dinner will tell you the rest of the Au Petit Salut epicurean story.
Whether you are looking for a quick business lunch, the after-work happy hours with your favourite colleages, a quiet evening with your loved ones or a large party in a cozy contemporary place, PepeNero is a must! It's la Dolce vita!
PepeNero brings to you a passionate dining experience to the downtown area of SIngapore. A contemporary smart casual restaurant, they offer you a fresh take on an old country with their multi-regional fare.
We loved the raviolacci pasta filled with seafood and roe mullet, eggplant cake filled with buffalo milk mozzarella, sun dried tomatos, 24 months aged parmesan cheese cream and shaved fresh black truffle, yellow fin tuna tartar topping on spicy crab meat and the panna cotta with wild berries compote.
Coffee Stars by Dao, known as Coffee Beans by Dao in Thailand, is a café-restaurant concept that has experienced tremendous success in Bangkok. Currently with 6 outlets, the café chain will make its foray into Chiangmai and Phuket in 2011. Singapore is the first country outside Thailand to enjoy this unique and dynamic dining experience.
The idea behind Coffee Stars by Dao is that of sophistication, embodied in its signature chandelier found in every outlet. The ambience is designed to provide a casual yet elegant, cozy yet trendy, dining experience for all.
Their menu offers a wide array of authentic Thai cuisine and a spread of international desserts, satisfying their customers in every way, be it a main meal or just an indulgent tea break. Every food item is prepared with the best ingredients to excite even the most jaded palate. Their aim is to keep their customers coming back for more.
So don’t hesitate! Go on down to Coffee Stars by Dao today to enjoy a gastronomical treat and be pampered by their warm and friendly service.
Hosted by The Patio was built with the desire to offer guests the opportunity of slipping away into the cozy-warm, comfortable dining ambience of a suburban home setting, complete with the rustic, white-washed patio and charming, lush-green backyard.
Tucked away in an expansively spacious, private compound with tranquil garden landscaping and ample parking, Hosted on the Patio is ironically convenient with its location nestled right in the Central Region of Singapore. Delectable bistro cuisine marked by sizable portions and affordable prices invite guests to unwind further and relax into the enticing garden home experience.
Former Executive Chef from the internationally-acclaimed Michelangelo’s Group, Chef Dennis Sim concocts an enticing menu blending the best of suburban home-style fare with modern European cuisine.
Coupled with down-to-earth, homey service and contemporary, alfresco-style decor, our dining experience offers a desirable reprieve from the hustle and bustle of city living. Most of all, Hosted on The Patio is the perfect spot for a delightfully simple, delicious meal with family and friends – with hosting it being as easy and natural as if it were your very own patio-style home.
Cotton Bleu is a cozy, family run restaurant that serves homespun French delights with the promise of simple food cooked well.
Good value for money along with fresh ingredients and carefully blended flavours are what they believe in. A choice spot for intimate gatherings and a fabulous wine list and service to boot! C'est Tout!