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.
The Spanish fashion label Adolfo Dominguez will open their first flagship store in Singapore at Paragon this month.
Adolfo Dominguez S.A. is one of Spain's leading and most well-known fashion groups. The Oreste-region company designs and produces a full range of clothing for men's, women's and youth segments. In addition to producing clothing, Adolfo Dominguez also produces a range of accessory items and footwear.
Founded in the 1950s as a small tailor's shop, the company remains under the control of the Dominguez family, including longtime Chairman and CEO Adolfo Dominguez, the founder's son.
Dominguez decided to extend the company's business beyond just tailoring. In 1976, He established a new clothing business, Adolfo Dominguez, specializing in high-end, although somewhat classically styled, men's clothing designs. Dominguez, then just 25, was joined by wife Elena, who became an important part of the young company's design team.
Wine importer Estima Consulting has teamed up with chef Reine Sammut to share their passion for Mediterranean cuisine and wines of character.
Set in the heritage quarter of Chinatown, Provence offers a friendly and intimate journey through authentic Mediterranean cuisine. A former protégée of Reine Sammut at La Feniere restaurant in Southern France, Chef Julienne Rocca personally looks after each dish being prepared, using the finest ingredients to deliver plates full of intensity and disarming simplicity.
The wine selection at Provence is a tribute to France diversity in wine making with bottles from Burgundy, Champagne, Rhone and Bordeaux but also from the rising regions of Loire, Roussillon, Jura and Alsace. Some gems from Italy, Spain and New Zealand are also awaiting to be discovered.
With an open kitchen and a total seating capacity of 30 guests, including a private dining room for 12, the restaurant's experience is about conviviality.
Shana, a new fashion retail brand has stepped on local shores. The brand is one of Spain’s fastest growing fashion concepts.
Their 1883 square feet boutique at JCube showcases everyday basic items to accessories ranging from footwear to mobile covers.
Enjoy digitalised catalogues on screens within the stores that will guide you through key trends of the season. New collections are added weekly, ensuring you will be neck and neck with what’s hot on the runways of Milan, London and New York.
Sabio, the Spanish Tapas place, is the latest "it" bar by the Sea.
The tapas menu uses imported and fresh seasonal produce alongside an extensive range of boutique wines, beers and spirits. With each visit you'll be greeted with a brand new experience thanks to the ever-changing array of specially sourced treats on offer.
Their interior décor was created by the design team The Stripe Collective. Mixing vibrant artwork graphics and intricate carvings to mirror the surrounding ocean blues. Enjoy beautiful traditional Spanish design details with a modern twist.
The menu specialises in grilled meat and fish cooked in charcoal ovens brought in from Spain.
Kaixo (pronounced ‘kai-sho’) is a new Spanish restaurant that offers gourmet cuisine influenced by the Basque region (Northern Spain).
The Basque region is one of the most popular regions in Europe favoured by food lovers who travel there to sample the simple, fresh tasting but innovative cuisine put up by numerous fine dining restaurants. In particular, the food that Kaixo obtains its inspirations from is the coastal city of San Sebastian which is reputed to be a food mecca, having one of the most, if not the most number of Michelin starred restaurants in a city.
Kaixo aims to provide you a convivial and energetic “3rd space” for you to enjoy affordable gourmet cuisine in a comfortable and trendy setting. The food is characterized by bright flavors and innovative combinations, typical of Basque cuisine and may make you rethink of bar food and Mediterranean cuisine.
Kaixo serves Pintxos which taste wonderful accompanied by a cold draft beer. It also serves seafood and meats in both Tapas and Mains portions, which are perfectly accompanied by its selection of Spanish wines, sparkling wines and Cavas.
With a contemporary bright and cosy design, Wine Connection has turned its old “Deli” into a splendid new Cheese Bar.
Available for both take-away and dine-in, a selection of over 40 matured farm cheeses is air-flown from Europe twice a month. You will find classics, such as Brie de Meaux, Saint Nectaire, Roquefort or Comte, from France, but also Parmiggiano Reggiano and Gorgonzola from Italy or Manchego from Spain, as well as some regional specialties: Swiss Tete de Moine, French Epoisses, or Sicilian Pecorino with black pepper.
Their a la Carte platters offer the option to create your own platter, selecting 3 to 7 items from their chef’s weekly selection, served with a crusty bread basket and assorted condiments.
If you are craving for more than “just” cheese, you won’t be disappointed with their giant salads and home-made tartines. The Camembert & Sautéed apples salad will pair perfectly with a glass of fresh Riesling, or the Flamiche tartine: Leek, Reblochon and Parma ham on a toasted slice of wholemeal bread.
Have a try at their traditional French Raclette with a modern twist. Melting cheese over potatoes & cold cuts, served with a side salad and traditional condiments.
They serve over 250 wines exclusively imported directly from vineyards around the world, a nice selection of over 20 wines by the glass and 8 beers from Belgium and Germany.
The Thai fashion label FlyNow has just reopened at Raffles Hotel Arcade, in a much larger space with a new bag range.
The revamped FlyNow boutique showcases the brand’s premium ready-to-wear line FlyNow Black Label and the demi-couture and bespoke line, spread over just shy of 1,000 sq ft.
The brand has been celebrated for its avant-garde design, sophisticated femininity and refined tailoring. Every single piece is created by the expertise and painstaking technique of Thai dressmakers.
Established in 1983 by founder Somchai Songwattana, who was only 20 years old at the time, the brand has evolved to become one of Thailand's most established fashion houses and internationally recognized labels. The success of the label is also driven by principle designer Chamnan Pakdeesuk who has been with the house since high school. FlyNow was invited to present its collection at London Fashion Week in 1996, and was acclaimed by the international press as one of the top five designers of the season. The participation brought the house to the peak of international fashion. Today FlyNow collections are available at major destinations including London, New York, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore.
It has over 60 outlets in Thailand and is now sold in over 200 stores globally; the FlyNow boutique in Singapore is its first international stand-alone store.
Their collection of leather bags and small leather goods are reasonably priced, offering more choices alongside the premium FlyNow leather hand-crafted bag range.
#02-30 Raffles Hotel Arcade, 328 North Bridge Road
Feast your eyes on the colourfully-delicious array of more than 35 tapas and pinches at the new District 10 Bar Tapas Restaurant at The Star Vista.
The pinchos, are traditionally eaten in bars in Basque in Northern Spain. These small bites skewed on long toothpicks are exquisite to look at on District 10's never-ending open bartop counter and even more tantalising to eat.
Whichever you choose, from the "Huevos Rotos" with fries and Jamon, Spanish potato tortilla, sauteed mushroom with Quail egg, "Patatas Bravas" with spicy tomato and garlic mayonnaise, "Pescadito Grito" fried anchovies, to manchego cheese and jamon croquette, you can be assured that you get authentic eats at the best value. These hearty pinchos taste even better when paired with THEIR quality yet affordable range of wines and thirst-quenching beers.
The brand's new 80-seater urban enclave marked with its signature brick walls, concrete floor, and a strong touch of sleek wooden furnishings serves some of District 10's much raved-about classics from its UE Square's outlet like, grilled argentinean rib-eye, pizza with Iberico ham rocket and parmesan cheese, Hoegaarden battered fish & chips, and rigatoni with wagyu meat balls in tomato sauce.
Party up with their resident DJ's wicked sounds with your colleagues, friends and family.
Nestled amidst 15 acres of lush tropical gardens, Waterfall Cafe is a new dining destination at Shangri-La hotel. Within the eclectic, colonial interiors lies a treasure trove of fresh seasonal produce. Savour healthy yet creative dishes inspired by Mediterranean flavours.
The wine list is unlike any other. Embark on a journey across the Mediterranean from the South of Spain to the coast of Lebanon. Or indulge in an extensive collection of sherries and grappas. For coffee lovers, baristas are trained to pull the perfect shot of Illy brew throughout the day.
An exclusive private dining room fitted with a show kitchen is an ideal venue for cozy dinner parties, informal gatherings or culinary workshops.
Discover their signature dishes such as the fresh succulent Atlantic cod with barle risotto, pequillo peppers, Vadoucan emulsion or the crispy pancake, made from chickpea flour, topped with spicy tomato coulis, flavourful roasted vegetables, fresh herb salad and pesto.
Level One Shangri-La Hotel, Garden Wing, 22 Orange Grove Road
Housed in the Flower Dome of the new Gardens by the Bay, Pollen will offer modern European cuisine with Mediterranean influences.
Spanning over two levels with 120 seats, this flagship restaurant will have Michelin star chef Jason Atherton as its chef director who is also behind the award-winning Pollen Street Social in Mayfair, London. There will also be a dessert bar a la Pollen Street Social with a tantalising showcase of sweet treats.
Polen's talented team of culinary chefs include executive chef Colin Clague who has worked in Caprice Holdings in UAE and Zuma in London & Dubai; and executive pastry chef Andres Lara, formerly from Iggy's in Singapore, Noma in Denmark and elBulli in Spain.
Boasting spectacular views of the Marina Bay skyline, Pollen will feature its own garden of Mediterranean herbs and vegetables for use in its dishes.
The Flower Dome, Gardens By the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
A new place at the basement of Orchard Central has recently opened. Much like Marché but featuring Mediterranean instead of the range of Western European. They offer an extensive selection of Mediterranean cuisine under one roof at affordable prices. Taste top-notch Mediterranean cuisine such as grilled meat from France, hams and paellas from Spain, seafood from Greece, fresh salads from the Med Garden and kebabs from Turkey.
What's more at Medzs, their 5% BAR houses a large range of international and craft beers from Greece, Turkey, Spain and a whole lot more!
Bilbao Restaurant and Gastrobar is a medium-sized, stylish restaurant located in the Triple One Somerset Building, the old Singapore Power building adjacent to the Somerset MRT. Bilbao proudly serves contemporary Spanish cuisine with a Basque flair and is committed to featuring local produce, naturally raised meats and sustainable seafood whenever possible.
Bilbao Restaurant and Gastrobar consists of three inter-related spaces, a Gastrobar with seating for 30 people indoors and 70 people outdoors in a fantastic terrace, a cozy formal Restaurant seating 26 and a Retail Shop for buying Spanish gastronomic products.
Chef Emilio Zamora, 44, offers 20 years of experience cooking Spanish and Basque cuisines in top restaurants in Spain and abroad. He went to culinary school near Bilbao at the prestigious school of Hospitality Management in Gadalcano VIzcaya and achieved further specialization at the INB Emilio Campuzano in Bilbao.
Let Villa Enrique (pronounced as VEEL- ya-EN- ree- ke) pamper you with first-rate service, delicious food, fine wines and great music amidst a backdrop of the natural beauty of lush, tropical greenery. Step through their gates and immediately feel relaxed and ready to have a wonderful time with them.
Bienvenidos a Villa Enrique! Welcome to Villa Enrique!
Villa Enrique, snuggled amidst a lush tropical green setting, is more than just a restaurant. It is a place to unwind, relax, eat and enjoy great friendships in a quaint and intimate backdrop. From their Spanish tapas to paella, Villa Enrique strives to offer an authentic taste of Spanish and all its flavors: food, art and live entertainment.
The recipes in their selected menu are prepared by their experienced Executive Chefs Erwin and Paulina. Therefore they have available a one-of-a-kind culinary heritage which we hope you will enjoy. There is no place like Villa Enrique to enjoy the real taste of Spain in Singapore...