Best new restaurants to check out in 2023: March

Good food is the safest choice to make your day, whether it’s a gathering with loved ones, a romantic date, or hanging out with your best buds.

If you’re constantly on the lookout for the best restaurants and diners in Singapore, here are the newest offerings you can look forward to in March.

New restaurants and menu refreshes in March 2023

Da Paolo Gastronomia introduces Nutella Tiramisu

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A great meal at an Italian restaurant always ends with a decadent slice of Tiramisu.

And if you’re craving for a satisfying one, you should certainly head down to Da Paolo Gastronomia, which serves Chef Founder Paolo Scarpa’s recipe.

Da Paolo’s sets itself from the others with its enticing aroma and robust flavour of a house blend espresso present in all their Tiramisus. The coffee is brewed with a Da Paolo Classico Blend of Arabica and selected Robusta coffee beans roasted in Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Italy.

The Tiramisus are available in three flavours – the all-time Classic; fragrant Pistachio; and the newly introduced Nutella, which is available only for a limited time, from now till 30 April 2023.

This features rich layers of Italian Nutella hazelnut paste and brandy-soaked Savoiardi ‘ladyfinger’ biscuits that you can’t resist.

The Nutella Tiramisu is available at S$13.90 for dine-in, from the Grab and Go retail selection, and online

Cherbaxtartyy will operate out of Baker X till 4 April

Assorted Mini Tarts

A project by Far East Organization to give budding home-baking entrepreneurs the opportunity to trial with a physical outlet and scale their business, Baker X welcomes Cherbaxtartyy from now till 4 April.

Founded by Cheryl Lim, this bakery specialises in mini tarts with various flavours, featuring tart shells and fillings that are handmade from scratch. Pick from an array of flavour options, ranging from sweet to savoury, all of them baked freshly every day.

AVENUE ONE’s favourites are the Pizza flavour and Curry and Chicken Rendang flavour, and Yam Paste is a fan-favourite that’s popular among its customers.

Address: 181 Orchard Rd, #04-29, Orchard Central, Singapore 238896
Opening hours: 11am – 9.30pm
Reservations: Walk-ins only

Revolver partners Masque in a one-night-only four-hands collaboration

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Left: Masque’s Chef Varun Totlani | Right: Revolver’s Chef Saurabh Udinia

Hot on the heels of sell-out events with the likes of two-Michelin-star Thevar and cult Japanese eatery Kai Yakitori, Revolver will be dishing out  a four-hands dinner with India’s Masque.

Masque is an ingredient-driven restaurant helmed by head chef Varun Totlani, and it’s ranked India’s No 1 restaurant and No. 21 on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022.

Sharing a common philosophy when it comes to modern Indian cuisine, Masque’s Chef Varun Totlani and Revolver’s Chef Saurabh Udinia presents a one-night-only dinner menu that promises to be memorable.

Address: 56 Tras Street, Singapore 078995
Availability: 29 March, 7pm
Price: S$398++ per person
Reservations: Call Mia at 9653 3596

db Bistro & Oyster Bar celebrates the best of bouchon Lyonnaise cuisine

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It’s celebrity chef Daniel Boulud’s birthday month and to celebrate its owner’s birthday, db Bistro & Oyster Bar invites diners to experience ‘A Tour of Lyon’, a menu inspired by Boulud’s hometown.

This spectacular three-course dinner menu that celebrates the best of bouchon Lyonnaise cuisine and is refreshed weekly to feature a different choice of starter or salad, chef’s selection of main course, and dessert special of the week.

Headlining the starter course is the pâté en croûte maison, a work of art comprising immaculate mosaics of duck, foie gras, pistachio and pickles, and the cervelle de canut, a Lyonnaise specialty of herb flecked farm cheese dip served with crisp Spring vegetables.

Diners can also opt for the salade Lyonnaise, chef Boulud’s favourite frisée salad topped with poached egg, bacon, and a drizzle of chicken jus.

For mains, indulge in time-honoured Lyonnaise dishes bearing the hallmarks of bourgeoise cuisine such as the quenelles de brochet (pike-mousse dumplings in lobster sauce) and poulet à la crème (tender chicken braised in wild mushroom cream and served with fragrant herb spätzle).

Complete the gastronomic tour de Lyon with db Bistro’s dessert of the week, which includes the l’ile flottante (floating island), a divine dessert featuring pillowy meringue floating in a pool of luscious crème anglaise with rose praline, as well as the baba au rhum, a fragrant sponge cake soaked in rum and vanilla and served with crème chantilly that is steeped in history and culture.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, #B1-48, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Availability: Whole of March
Price: S$98++ per person
Reservations: Chope

Tiffin Room celebrates Holi Festival with limited-time-only menu

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To celebrate Holi with friends and loved ones, Tiffin Room presents a delectable spread of traditional North Indian dishes inspired by India’s Festival of Colours.

Presented through a multi-course lunch and dinner experience, the menu features traditional North Indian delights that are full of flavours and colours, perfectly encapsulating the spirit of the exuberant festival.

Look forward to Thandai, a summer beverage popular in India and is always served during the Festival of Holi, this refreshing cold concoction of almond, fennel seed, black peppercorn and rose petal.

Other highlight includes an indulgent array of dishes including Murgh Badami Korma, boneless chicken leg, prepared with fresh Indian spices; Sarson Wala Gosht, a staple North-Indian dish made with tender lamb chop, served in a mustard and spinach paste, and Lobster Coconut Masala, deep-fried lobster infused with aromatic spices complemented with the creaminess of coconut.

An equally enticing vegetarian menu is also available, showcasing delectable dishes such as Bharwa Puri Chaat, Navrattan Korma, and Sarson Wale Aloo.

Both menus are served alongside Butter Naan and Laccha Parantha with a selection of colourful chutneys and achar to elevate the gastronomic experience. You can also expect a sweet ending with popular Indian desserts such as Moong Dal Halwa, a delicious bright yellow lentil pudding that is a popular confection enjoyed during Holi and Gujia, a dumpling-filled pastry with coconut and dried fruits.

View menu here.

Address: 1 Beach Road, Raffles Hotel Singapore, Singapore 189673
Availability: 2 to 16 March, 12pm – 2pm | 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Price: S$128++ per person
Reservations: Chope

KOMA Singapore has unveiled Omakase by KOMA

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KOMA Singapore has unveiled Omakase by KOMA, an elegant eight-course gastronomic experience that journeys diners through the seasons and regions of Japan.

Behold a multi-sensorial feast at KOMA’s private dining room located on the mezzanine level, and indulge in a flavour-forward omakase menu that celebrates the season’s finest produce, ranging from premium seafood to prized wagyu selections.

Available only for dinners from Tuesdays to Saturdays, the deluxe menu is priced at S$450++ per person, and guests can opt for the beverage pairing package (supplement S$150++ per person) for a truly bespoke experience. A party of at least four persons is required, and reservations must be made at least a week in advance.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, #B1-67, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Availability: Only for dinners from Tue to Sat
Price: S$450++ per person, add on S$150++ for beverage pairing package
Reservations: Chope

The Ultimate Seafood Buffet returns to Hilton Singapore Orchard’s Estate Restaurant

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The abundant Lobster, Crab & Seafood Delights buffet, which was first introduced as a month-long promotion last August, is back at Estate Restaurant.

Feast on heavenly lobsters and crab delights cooked in every imaginable style in one of the city’s largest seafood selections in a buffet. At the Raw and Seafood Bar, seafood enthusiasts can dive into mountains of fresh crustaceans on ice like Snow Crab Legs, Maine Lobster and Freshly Shucked Oysters.

The stellar seafood line-up also features a medley of local and international delights. Guests can feast on delicious all-time local favourites like Singapore Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab and Kam Heong-style Crabs; or eat their hearts out with international classics like the Lobster Thermidor and a comforting bowl of Crab and Lobster Bisque. For pasta lovers, the Lobster Tagliatelle is a must-try with its rich, creamy sauce and chunks of fresh lobster.

Address: 333 Orchard Road, Level 5, Hilton Singapore Orchard, Singapore 238867
Availability: Every Thursday, 6.30pm – 10pm
Price: S$158++ per person
Reservations: Chope

The Dragon Chamber celebrates 6th anniversary with a refreshed look and a new menu


Speakeasy restaurant The Dragon Chamber has opened its door for six years now and to celebrate this milestone, The Dragon Chamber launches a new menu, offering a variety of dishes inspired by this year’s Rabbit Zodiac.

Several dishes feature the nostalgic and iconic White Rabbit, including the crispy Fried Shrimp with a mildly spicy White Rabbit candy cream sauce and the crispy sweet Red Bean Pancake topped with White Rabbit Ice Cream.

Apart from that, you can also look forward to a combination of new creations and fan-favourite classics like the Wagyu Truffle Beef Hor Fun and the Instagram-worthy Soft Shell Crab with Hokkaido Scallop Crispy Noodles.

The Dragon Chamber has also undergone a complete renovation, including a makeover of the back room, also known as Dai Lo’s Sanctum, updated decor, new seating arrangements, and a refreshed bar area.

Address: 2 Circular Road, Singapore 049358
Opening hours:11am – 3pm (Tue to Sun) | 5pm – 10.30pm (Tue to Sun) | Closed on Mondays
Reservations: Chope

Town Restaurant adds a new ‘Seafood Symphony’ to its repertoire

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In March, Town Restaurant will be presenting the ‘Seafood Symphony’, a newly curated buffet dinner.

Look forward to lively presentations by chefs at live cooking stations, an outdoor charcoal grill, and new signature creations such as Sea Urchin in Shell with Nomad Caviar.

Diners can also customise dishes to their own preferences at a do-it-yourself seafood taco counter, as well as a create-your-own noodle bowl station that offers a brimming selection of ingredients, including Boston lobster, Alaskan crab and Hokkaido scallop, paired with a choice of laksa gravy, prawn broth or clear fishball broth.

The seafood theme reaches a sweet finale with the debut of two unexpected creations in the dessert repertoire — liquid nitrogen ice cream topped with fish floss, caramel and salted walnut, as well as chocolate salted egg yolk lava with chocolate sorbet, topped with crispy fish skin. Assembled à la minute, both indulgences combine sweet, savoury, creamy and crunchy for a uniquely delightful outcome.

Address: 1 Fullerton Square, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Singapore 049178
Availability: Wednesdays and Thursdays
Reservations: Chope

WAKUDA Restaurant & Bar launches deluxe weekday lunch sets

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Deluxe lunch sets are now available at WAKUDA Restaurant & Bar by celebrity chef Tetsuya Wakuda, from Mondays to Fridays from 12pm to 3pm.

Inspired by Chef Tetsuya’s love for traditional Japanese cooking, the artful three-course menu features the finest seasonal harvest, carefully crafted to present a unique WAKUDA twist while preserving their natural flavours.

Commence the meal with a spectacular array of nine exquisite appetisers, including the delicate flan with avruga caviar, silky tofu with ikura, spinach ohitashi, and mozuku (Japanese seaweed lifted with Okinawan citrus).

For mains, diners can take their pick from five familiar Japanese favourites, ranging from the tataki of tuna and classic miso cod, to the sumptuous sashimi and bara chirashi – the latter features premium Japanese rice laden with fresh sashimi, uni, grilled anago, egg crepe and more for a wholesome bowl of goodness.

Meat-lovers will indulge in the 300 days grain fed Australian wagyu tenderloin, a moreish steak of well-marbled wagyu grilled over binchotan, served with grilled shishito peppers and onions.

All mains except the bara chirashi will also be accompanied by steamed Japanese rice, homemade pickles, and marinated soft boiled egg.

Draw the meal to a close with WAKUDA’s exquisite seasonal dessert, and pair it with a cup of sencha or coffee.

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Tower 2 Lobby, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Availability: Weekday lunch
Price: S$72++ per person
Reservations: MBS website

15 Stamford by Alvin Leung unveils new tropical Sunday Champagne Brunch

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15 Stamford by Alvin Leung launches a brand new Tropical Sunday Champagne Brunch.

The brunch experience presents a buzzing atmosphere with live entertainment, thematic cocktails, and a wide variety of live stations serving modern Asian classics and mouth-watering grilled meats and seafood.

One of its highlights include cold seafood section, where you’ll find the freshest Baby Lobster, Tiger Prawn, Blue Mussels, Little Neck Clams and Seasonal Oysters, paired with unique condiment choices such as Thai assam vinaigrette, yuzu ponzu, cilantro and lime emulsion. Meanwhile, sashimi lovers can enjoy a selection of the highest quality grade Tuna Akami, Hiramasa Kingfish, and Norwegian Salmon.

Besides that, you can look forward to various finest artisanal cuts at the Charcuterie and Cured Fish Station and a luxurious foie gras station serving Pan Seared Foie Gras topped with Banana Rum Marmalade.

15 Stamford by Alvin Leung is known for its hot coal grill, so the Tropical Sunday brunch would not be complete without Grill Carving and Rotisserie Spit Roast sections, where you can feast on succulent meats and seafood chargrilled to perfection.

Round off the brunch on a sweet note with a huge selection of desserts, and don’t forget to sip on free-flow champagne courtesy of Telmont throughout the experience.

Address: 15 Stamford Road, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, Singapore 178906
Availability: Every Sunday
Price: S$188++ with free-flowing cocktails, wines, beer, and Telmont Reservé Brut Champagne | S$248++ for a Billecart Rosé | S$268++ for Billecart Blanc de Blancs.
Reservations: Chope

ATLAS launches new drinking menu

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ATLAS launches the ‘Simple Pleasures’ drinking menu that celebrates the simplicity of well-made cocktails and the pleasures that transcend time.

Explore the origins of four classic cocktails – Martini, Sour, Old Fashioned, and the Champagne Cocktail – each with a beautifully illustrated chapter, commemorating the timeless indulgence of leisurely pursuits with a nod to drinking history.

In each category, you will find insight into the cocktail’s heritage, followed by five drinks in this style, one being ATLAS’ signature version and four modern interpretations of this classic, including a no-alcohol interpretation.

With an innovative step toward greater transparency to aid guests in navigating the cocktails, each drink notes its Alcohol by Volume (ABV) percentage. This allows patrons to order according to their expectations and tailor their drinking journey to suit; the higher the percentage, the punchier the drink. Conversely, a drink with a lower percentage is expected to be lighter.

Within the Martini category, you will find the Montgomery 21.6% (S$24), named for a specific style of Martini. This herbaceous cocktail is built upon mint tea-infused vodka, dry vermouth and absinthe, and comes with a garnish of olive oil caviar. Yana recommends tasting the drink before adding the garnish to appreciate how it changes the texture and body of the cocktail once its oils are released.

Each chapter opens with a cocktail made in the milk punch style. Within the Sours category, you will find the Ode To Odyssey 7.2% (S$22), ATLAS’ take on the notoriously labour-intensive Ramos Gin Fizz. An egg white substitute, AER, recreates the unique mouthfeel while keeping an eye on sustainability. The Ode To Odyssey, made with Australian shiraz gin, clarified milk and a toasted raisin-cinnamon syrup, is a creamy, sweet, yet surprisingly refreshing concoction.

From the Old Fashioned chapter, the Valley Of The Ashes (S$25), with an abv of 23.5%, making it the second most potent drink in its category, presents a stiff drink. Take a bite of the delicate chocolate tuile garnish, made in-house, for a sweet balance to the smokey nature of the cocktail.

ATLAS offers no-alcohol cocktails crafted with the same attention to flavour and technique as their alcoholic counterparts. It presents an opportunity for those who do not wish to partake in alcohol to come together and appreciate the balance of flavours that go into a good cocktail.

In the Champagne Cocktail category, one can find Hope On The Horizon no-alcohol (S$14). The non-alcoholic version of the Champagne Cocktail uses kombucha and yuzu to mimic its flavours. Inspired by the classic ATLAS French 75 21.1% (S$26), it is finished with a table-side pour of kumquat, pomegranate syrup, and lime juice.

Address: 600 North Bridge Road, Parkview Square, Singapore 188778
Reservations: Website

New restaurants and menu refreshes in February 2023

The Coconut Club launches Siglap venue

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Weekend brunch at The Coconut Club Siglap

The Coconut Club has open its second branch in Siglap, just eight months after opening its flagship at Beach Road.

The new venue in the East takes root in a quaint shophouse and features the Canteen concept that’s similar to the first floor of the flagship, which offers casual, fuss-free dining, fronted by signature plates of Nasi Lemak.

Besides the brand’s signature Nasi Lemak you can also look forward to a new Siglap-exclusive weekend brunch menu.

A mix of savoury and sweet renditions of familiar Malay and Peranakan offerings, Siglap-exclusive brunch specials are infused with the restaurant’s signature coconut milk blend that is extracted from a proprietary cold-press machine custom built by a Thai Formula 1 engineer.

Dig into fragrant bowls of Dry Laksa (S$21), rice noodles cooked in a rich coconut milk-rempah medley, topped with fresh tiger prawns. Diners can also enjoy the beloved Apom Berkuah with Pisang Pengat (S$16), soft and chewy fermented rice and blue pea flower pancakes, paired with a generous helping of gula melaka sauce and bananas simmered in coconut milk.

Address: 97 Frankel Avenue, Singapore 458222
Opening hours: 11am – 9.30pm (Mon, Thu, Fri) | 10am – 9.30pm (Sat & Sun)
Reservations: Seven Rooms

Baker X enters its second year with an exciting line-up for 2023

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Tarts, roll, and cookies from Chocolatea

Started in 2022, Baker X has been serving as an incubator for home bakers. After supporting 16 bakers last year by offering the experience of operating out of a fully-fitted baking studio and café, Baker X enters its second year with an exciting line-up.

These are the bakers you can look forward to in the first half of the year:

  • Chocolatea (6 to 20 February) that uses variety of premium Japanese teas such as matcha, hojicha, and genmaicha, sourced directly from Kyoto, Japan in their bakes. Try its signature Roll Cake Slice (S$13) or enjoy the lovely Tarts Slices (S$13) with flavours such as Goma, Matcha Kinako, and Genmaicha Pistachio.
  • Cherbaxtartyy (22 February to 4 April) that’s known for its popular sweet and savoury mini tarts. Select from a range of sweet and savoury flavours including Orh Nee with Ginkgo Nuts, Curry, and Pizza.
  • Chocolate Anatomy (6 April to 3 May) offers treats for chocolate-lovers. Stay tuned for their bestselling chocolate treats, such as the Signature Fudge Brownie, Signature 64% Truffles, and Chocolate Chunk Cookies.
  • Flash Bakes (5 to 18 May) will be showcasing their signature thin-crust egg tarts in an assortment of flavours like Sea Salt Dark Chocolate, Strawberry, Lemon Meringue, and Mango.
  • Marymount Bakehouse (20 May to 10 June) is not to be missed for their Sourdough Bread Loaves, Focaccias, and Levain Pies.

Baker X has also introduced a new beverage partner – Tea Ideas, a home-grown social enterprise that advocates a healthy beverage-drinking lifestyle, while creating employment opportunities for senior citizens. Their Ultra Rich Antioxidant Teas are carefully and responsibly sourced from India and Japan.

Address: 181 Orchard Road, #04-29, Orchard Central, Singapore 238896
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm (Daily)
Reservations: Walk-ins only

Surrey Hills Grocer opens Melbourne-inspired deli at Raffles Place

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Seize The Moo-ment

If you work at the CBD area, Surrey Hills Deli is the new dining spot to take note of.

The Melbourne-inspired deli has eight signature sandwiches that are loaded generously with wholesome ingredients, including the popular Hendurance (S$18) that’s layered with GG™ French poulet ham, romaine lettuce, roasted sweet potato, crispy bacon, fried Nuyolk egg, shaved parmigiano, cheddar cheese, mustard butter and drenched in Caesar dressing) and Seize the Moo-ment (S$24), which features light rye bread assembled with house pastrami, fried Nuyolk egg, dill pickle, sauerkraut, burrata, cheddar cheese, complete with mustard mayo and burger sauce.

Besides sandwiches, Surrey Hills Deli also offers a variety of hearty and nutritious “grab-and-go” salad bowls at its mini grocer, as well as coffee from Australian roaster ONA coffee, and other beverage creations.

The place transitions into a cosy bar from 5pm, serving fresh Australian craft beer on tap (from S$15), Australian wine (S$15), and Gin & Tonic Cocktail (S$18), along with bar snacks such as Whoppie Wings (S$12), Triple Truffle Fries (S$12) and Tater Tots (S$12).

Address: 6 Battery Road, #01-02, Singapore 049909
Opening hours: 8am – 10pm (Mon to Fri) | 9am – 5pm (Sat)
Reservations: Walk-ins only

Fat Cow revamps menus with appointment of new Head Chef

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Chef Shingo

Fat Cow has appointed a new Head Chef – Shingo Iijima, who has worked in the kitchens of various premium restaurants, hotels, and ryokans in Japan.

With his appointment comes a revamp in culinary approach and direction; Chef Shingo’s vision for Fat Cow bears the stamp of his training and sensibilities, stepped in classical Japanese cuisine or washoku, particularly kaiseki and kappo.

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One of his first initiatives at Fat Cow was to revamp the Chef’s Table Omakase lunch and dinner menus, now known as Shin Omakase and Tetsu Omakase respectively.

His newly revamped Chef’s Table Omakase centres on wagyu as an ingredient, with a reinforced accent on seasonality and kaiseki elements incorporated into the food, preparation and service. The further inclusion of Japanese cultural elements imbues the entire repertoire with a new elegance and stronger orientation towards Japanese flavours and styles.

Address: 1 Orchard Boulevard, #01-01/02, Camden Medical Centre, Singapore 248649
Opening hours: 12pm – 3pm (Daily) | 6pm – 10.30pm (Daily)
Reservations: Chope

Sofitel Singapore City Centre presents botanical-inspired Les Jardin du Sofitel at 1864

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In celebration of the global Vogue X Sofitel collaboration, Sofitel Singapore City Centre is presenting Les Jardin du Sofitel, an activation that’s all about the beauty of Art de Vivre, or “the art of living”.

Taking inspiration in haute couture and spring fashion trends, the hotel transforms its lobby bar 1864 into a botanical wonderland from 13 February to 9 April. This face lift is accompanied by a specially curated all-day dining menu featuring edible flowers and fashion elements.

For a leisurely time, go for the botanical afternoon tea set (S$150 for two guests, available 2pm to 5pm daily) that takes you on a sensorial journey by paying tribute to the
spring fashion shows.

It mirrors the journey of someone dressing up for the occasion, from picking the right dress and shoes, to wearing the appropriate makeup.

Savoury creations in the line-up include Light Truffle Duck Rillettes Croquette with Apple Lavender, Cod Fish Brandade in Sakura Shell and Ikura, and Creamy Crab Meat with Lemon Chamomile. For sweets, menu highlights including the decadent Saint Honoré Praline, 64% Chocolate Manjari Mousse, as well as Blossom White Chocolate Bar.

Complete your tea experience with barista-style coffee prepared to their preference, or choose from more than 20 premium blends of TWG tea including floral infusions such as Amour de Thé, an enchanting potion of delicate rose blossoms and leaves of pure gold, as well as Sakura! Sakura! Tea, a beautiful bouquet of cherry blossoms and green tea.

There will also be a medley of à la carte specialties that draw inspiration from spring’s beautiful blooms, such as Fish Brandade with Light Citrus Gel and Olive Dust (S$28), a perfect combination of creamy fish with a refreshing gel, and Pickled Tomato with Egglant Caviar and Pesto Cream (S$24), a delicious appetiser presented in a whole tomato.

Address: 9 Wallich Street, Level 5, Sofitel Singapore City Centre, Singapore 078885
Opening hours: 8am – 10.30pm (Daily)

Rempapa hosts one-day-only food festival as it celebrates its first birthday

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Rempapa by Chef Damian D’Silva, who’s fondly known as “the grandfather of heritage cuisine”, has turned 1. And to mark this milestone, Chef Damian has staged the Rempapa Heritage Food Festival, a one-day-only extravaganza of mouthwatering creations from him and five hand-picked local F&B luminaries.

The talents he has invited to join him are Chef Willin Low, the “father” of Mod-Sin Cuisine; Annette Tan, private chef, author, and veteran observer of our dining scene; Pang Kok Keong, leading pâtissier and now champion of Hakka cuisine; Vasunthara Ramasamy, private chef and alumni of Singapore MasterChef Season 2; and Jayce Ho, one of the few pitmasters in Singapore working with traditional wood and charcoal.

The dishes they bring will be close to their hearts – some steeped in tradition or personal memories; others featuring local flavours adapted with contemporary techniques.

Chef Damian himself will bring to the table five dishes: Sambal Stingray, Chicken Curry Noodles, Debal with French Loaf, Lamb Korma with Roti, and Vegetarian Kedongdong Salad.

Address: 2 Paya Lebar Road, #01-01/02/03, Park Place Residences, Singapore 409053
Opening hours: 18 February only, 12pm – 9pm, three-hour fixed seating at 12pm, 3pm, and 6pm
Reservations: Weeloy