Best New Restaurants to Check Out in 2023: November Edition

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 November.

New restaurants and menu refreshes in November 2023

Flow Bar

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Flow Bar, born from an impromptu collaboration above Michelin one-star Restaurant JAG in 2021, has now evolved into its own domain: Flow Restobar at 39 Neil Road.

Co-founder Bartender Ricky Paiva, in partnership with Restaurant JAG’s owners, has transformed this space into a modern Californian restobar, influenced by the sun, surf, and diverse cultures of California, much like Singapore.

Barbecue chicken flatbreads with hot sauce and red onion
Barbecue chicken flatbreads with red onion and cilantro

Flow Restobar is an evergreen, inviting haven where hearty cuisine, quality drinks, and casual camaraderie converge, catering to a wide audience. With decor reflecting California’s vibrant energy, the menu emphasizes accessible yet carefully considered American-style dishes that showcase locally sourced ingredients.

Cinnamon Girl
Cinnamon Girl

Additionally, the drink offerings, featuring a selection of original cocktails, appeal to a broad range of tastes. As a space designed for everyone, Flow Restobar offers patrons a versatile and lively environment to enjoy quality dining and beverages, at friendly prices.

Address: 39 Neil Road, Singapore 088823
Reservations: Chope

Puffy Bois

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Popping up at various locations like Caffe Fernet and Tippling Club, Puffy Bois has finally found its permanent home on Singapore’s vibrant Bali Lane. Bringing a fresh and easygoing approach to drinking and dining, Puffy Bois is set to become the go-to spot for the emerging affluent.

Championing the ideology of “fun,” Puffy Bois ensures that music, food, and drinks take centre-stage. Whether you’re indulging in their pepperoni pizza or sipping on some Grower Champagne, you’ll be grooving along to the sounds of Franc Moody or Tribe Called Quest.


Puffy Bois offers a delectable menu of five pizzas, available by the slice or a whole pie. Classics like Margherita (S$6/S$22) and Pepperoni (S$7/S$26) always make an appearance, but the remaining options change based on the team’s creative whimsy. Presently, you can dig into the Parma-Roni (S$7.50/S$28), Black Clam (S$7/S$26), or Spiced Artichoke (S$6.50/S$24).

And let’s not forget about the drinks! Puffy Bois has an impressive selection, ranging from high-end Grower Champagnes (starting at S$100) to the beloved Pabst Blue Ribbon. Cocktail enthusiasts can look forward to signature drinks like the Bamboo (S$22) and Sour Crush Cooler (S$20), while tequila lovers will enjoy the Duck & Weave (S$22), a Puffy Bois twist on the tequila old fashioned.

Address: 20A Bali Lane, Singapore 189856

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Renowned as an American steakhouse institution and with a legacy spanning 25 years in Singapore, Morton’s The Steakhouse has announced its grand reopening with an array of innovative cocktails and tantalising additions to its menu.

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Looking to unwind after a long day? The Bar at Morton’s presents the Power Hour, featuring a series of expertly crafted cocktails. Sip on the Mezcalrita, Old Square, or Pineapple Paradise, each priced at S$19++ and available from 5pm to 7pm, Mondays to Fridays.

For those seeking something non-alcoholic, the bar also offers enticing options like the Honey Ginger Mule, Orchard Season, and Strawberry Coconut Coupe, perfectly paired with the delightful Braised Pork Belly Bao Buns priced at S$26++.

Morton’s Mixology takes centre-stage with their creative in-house selections. Indulge in the rich flavours of the Bourbon Old Fashioned, Blackberry Mojito, Raspberry Fizz, Torino Tonic, refreshing Watermelon Crush, and zesty Lemon Drop, each priced at S$29++.

For a touch of luxury, explore the Cocktail Reserve section, featuring the Margarita Millionaria and Gold Fashioned, both priced at S$49++.

As the night draws to a close, let Morton’s tempt you with their decadent after-dinner drinks. Savour the mouthwatering Affogato, indulge in the Key Lime Pie Mortini, or try the delightful B.A.N.A.N.A.S., each priced at S$29++, providing the perfect ending to your evening.

Of course, Morton’s is beloved for its premium steaks and succulent seafood.

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Discover the latest additions to their menu, including the luscious Baked Corn Souffle priced at S$25++, the flavorful Grilled Oyster Casino priced at S$49++, and the extraordinary Japanese A5 Wagyu New York Strip priced at S$150++.

For those looking for a truly indulgent experience, the Tomahawk Ribeye awaits at S$298++, while the Double-Cut Rib Lamb Chops delight at S$118++. Don’t miss out on the Miso Marinated Sea Bass priced at S$78++, the Maine Lobster Ravioli available at S$55++/S$80++, or the delectable Hazelnut & Chocolate Mousse priced at S$27++.

Address: 5 Raffles Avenue, Mandarin Oriental Singapore, Level 4, Singapore 039797
Reservations: Chope


Michelin-starred BRACI has rolled out a a menu that encapsulates Italian autumn and masterfully showcases progressive Italian cuisine.

Chef de Cuisine Matteo Ponti draws on personal experiences and cherished memories to craft a fall menu that pays homage to the land, people, and culture of his Northern Italian homeland. Fire takes centre-stage, transforming seasonal ingredients into sophisticated, rustic delights.

The journey begins with tantalising snacks that offer a preview of the upcoming flavours. The Montblanc, inspired by the Montebianco mountain range, features foie gras mousse enclosed in chestnut pate, accented by cherry liquor gel and savory meringue.

The Pizzoccheri Tartlet marries Italian and Asian elements, incorporating buckwheat tartlet, wild garlic aioli, casera cheese foam, and a surprising twist of savoy cabbage kimchi.

The Queen of San Daniele showcases cold-smoked river trout in a brown butter cone with alpine butter and burnt lemon cream, capturing the essence of Chef Matteo’s training years in Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Lingua in Salsa Verde
Lingua in Salsa Verde

Lingua in Salsa Verde, a sensory masterpiece, offers slow-cooked veal tongue, smoked sardines, sunchoke puree, and pickled mustard seeds, recreating the ambiance of North Italian autumn with salsa verde snow.

The main courses shine with homemade Pappardelle enriched by a pork ribs reduction and charcoaled cardoncelli mushrooms, emphasizing sustainable sourcing. Dry Aged Trevally, paired with a delica pumpkin trio, marries sweet and sour notes with the yuzu beurre blanc.

White Pekin Duck delights with crispy duck crackers and brined duck breast, accompanied by salt-baked rainbow beetroot carpaccio, coffee oil, and cocoa nibs.


For dessert, Zabaione blends Italian warmth and Japanese elegance, featuring Nashi pears, red miso ganache, and soba-cha gelato. Petit fours tempt with Tukelin de Grana, Rosa del Borgo, Almond Cereali, and the smoky Tiramisu Tartlet.

Address: 52 Boat Quay, Level 5/6 Singapore 049841
Reservations: Chope

Restaurant JAG at STPI

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It’s visit (or revisit) Michelin-starred Restaurant JAG as it moves to its new home at STPI.

In 2018, Jeremy Gillon, a chef, and Anant Tyagi, a restaurateur, joined forces to create JAG, which stands for “Jeremy Anant Gastronomy”, celebrated for its innovative approach to vegetable-centric cuisine.

Situated in an intimate 16-seat venue at Duxton Road, Singapore, it quickly became known as the authority on vegetable gastronomy. Now, JAG is moving to a larger stage at STPI Robertson Quay, offering seating for 40 in a beautifully restored 19th-century warehouse with scenic views and a nature-inspired ambience.


JAG continues to celebrate the seasons with its vegetable-centric découverte menu, “La Balade du Végétal” or “The Vegetable Journey.” The menu features dishes that highlight the best seasonal ingredients, often accompanied by proteins from hand-picked producers.

Jeremy Gillon, known as the “vegetable whisperer”, showcases a deep understanding of vegetables’ potential. The service and ambience at JAG aim to redefine fine dining, emphasising personalised experiences, and exceptional wine knowledge.

The restaurant’s ethical values extend to its suppliers, ensuring that dining at JAG remains both delicious and sustainable.

Address: 52 Boat Quay, Level 5/6 Singapore 049841
Reservations: Chope


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ANTI:DOTE, in collaboration with ARTiSTORY and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, presents the concluding chapter of its four-part series of art-inspired afternoon tea experiences.

Titled “Rhapsody of Modernism,” this instalment invites guests to explore the vibrant world of 20th-century abstract artist Piet Mondrian. Building on the success of teas inspired by Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, and Katsushika Hokusai.

The tea takes place at ANTI:DOTE daily from 3pm to 5pm, with an additional session from 12pm to 2pm on weekends.

The interior of ANTI:DOTE is transformed into an immersive dining venue that pays tribute to Piet Mondrian’s career and “Composition with Blue, Yellow, and Red, 1927.” The decor reflects Mondrian’s distinct style, characterised by white rectangles bordered by bold black lines and primary colours. The menu created by Chef de Cuisine Jacky Lai and Executive Pastry Chef Yong Ming Choong focuses on form and colour, aligning with Mondrian’s works.

Savoury delights include the Coronation Chicken, Smoked Eel, Mortadella, and Smoked Trout. The sweets play with primary colours, featuring Opalys Yuzu Opera, Vanilla Almond, Cassis Blueberry Tart, Strawberry Lemonade Macaron, Mango-Passionfruit Cheesecake, Manjari Buckwheat Namelaka, Chocolate Bon Bon, and a debut item, Sea Salt Kouign Amann.

The afternoon tea is complemented by a choice of cocktails or mocktails inspired by Mondrian’s vibrant colors, crafted by Head Mixologist Kingston Chin.

This experience runs from now till 30 November 2023.

Address: 80 Bras Basah Rd, Level 1 Fairmont Singapore, Singapore 189560
Reservations: Chope


Pan Pacific Orchard_Mosella (Photographed by Studio Periphery)

For two exclusive nights on 14 & 15 November, immerse yourself in an exquisite celebration of diverse culinary traditions as Chef Takagi Kazuo, the Michelin two-starred master of Kyoto Cuisine Takagi in Japan, collaborates with Pan Pacific Orchard’s Executive Chef Pedro Samper at Mosella.

Chef Takagi’s expertise lies in traditional Kyoto cuisine known as ‘Kyo-ryori,’ a culinary art that emphasises the harmony of nature and the beauty of seasonality through refined techniques and artistic presentation.

On the other hand, Executive Chef Pedro Samper, hailing from San Sebastian, blends flavours from the Mediterranean with Peruvian influences. This unique collaboration brings together two like-minded chefs to craft an exclusive menu that beautifully merges their culinary styles.

From the collaborative efforts of these two culinary maestros emerges a splendid array of culinary delights. The epicurean journey begins with a collection of tantalising tapas items, each a gem-like morsel with distinct flavours.

The journey continues with a dish of Atlantic Lobster adorned with Tuna Dashi Jelly, accompanied by Green Asparagus and a shaving of Seasonal Black Truffle. A fine-fleshed Kinmedai, creatively dressed with White Miso Sauce and Sofrito, graces the menu, imbued with the exquisite flavors of Spanish Saffron. The culinary exploration culminates with a succulent Wagyu Fillet Mignon, elevated by Fermented Onion Shio Koji and Périgueux Sauce, offering a bold fusion of distinct cultural inspirations.

The grand finale to this epicurean adventure is a dessert of Amazake Granita and Japanese Green Tea Agar, featuring delicate flavours accompanied by Mango, Fromage Blanc, and Yogurt.

To enhance the dining experience, curated sake pairings are available for each course, adding an extra layer of complexity to your exploration of flavours.

With the vibrant Mosella as the backdrop, this collaborative dining experience promises to be captivating for all your senses. Mosella’s open kitchen, live theatre bar, and a culinary counter at its heart offer guests a dynamic and interactive culinary experience.

Address: 10 Claymore Road, Level 2,  Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore 229540
Reservations: Chope

Altro Zafferano

As the scorching embrace of summer yields to the gentle caress of autumn and winter in Southern Italy, a bountiful harvest of seasonal vegetables, fragrant mushrooms, and luscious fruits emerges from the land and sea.

Altro Zafferano’s Executive Chef Andrea de Paola, along with Head Chef Daniele La Rocca, has crafted a contemporary menu that pays homage to the region’s rich culinary heritage. At Altro Zafferano, traditional Italian dishes are reimagined with modern techniques and creative twists, ensuring an extraordinary dining experience that captivates the senses.

The Refreshed À La Carte Menu takes diners on a journey through the diverse regions of Southern Italy. Each dish is a love letter to the culture and flavours of this captivating part of the world. Guests can curate their own four-course Experience Menu from the à la carte selection (S$148++ per diner).

New Zealand Lamb Loin
New Zealand Lamb Loin

One standout from this exceptional collection is the New Zealand Lamb Loin, Artichoke, Mirto. A reinterpretation of the traditional Sardinian lamb leg dish, it features succulent lamb loin stuffed with a medley of lamb meat, artichokes, and a delicate sage mousse. The lamb is served with sous vide artichokes, roasted in butter, and finished tableside with mirto jus, offering a taste of Southern Italy’s culinary heritage.

The Wild Dover Sole, Trout Roe Mugnaia, Autumn Vegetables encapsulates the Christian tradition of meatless Fridays, with a contemporary twist. A Wild Dover sole fillet with trout roe, capers, mugnaia sauce, and steamed autumn vegetables takes diners back to Southern Italian family tables, while elevated ingredients and refined execution add a touch of luxury.

The Eggplant Cannolo, Smoked Mascarpone, Basil Pesto is a creative spin on the classic eggplant parmigiana, featuring grilled Italian eggplant slices enveloping a filling of eggplant, tomatoes, basil leaves, and parmigiano. Mascarpone gel, sun-dried tomato powder, and burnt eggplant oil complete this flavourful masterpiece.

The Canadian Lobster, Compressed Kohlrabi, Passion Fruit Emulsion reimagines a Milanese classic, infusing lobster with basil and citrus flavours. Kohlrabi pearls, sanbaizu-infused, and passion fruit emulsion add a contemporary twist to this Southern Italian favourite.

Altro Zafferano_Refreshed A La Carte Menu 2023_Acquerello Risotto
Acquerello Risotto

The Acquerello Risotto, Scallop Crudo, Candied Amalfi Lemon, Sea Grapes is a creamy white risotto inspired by the Southern Italian allo scoglio, garnished with yuzu-marinated Hokkaido scallop crudo and a dusting of seaweed powder, crowned with sea grapes and candied lemon zest.

Delight in Scampi Tortelli, Fennel Pollen, Wild Mushroom Tea, Lardo di Colonnata, a cosmopolitan twist on Mare e Monti, where Mozambique scampi and fennel pollen-stuffed tortelli meet cold-cut lard from Colonnata and a rich umami-rich tea of girolle, shiitake, and morels.

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House-made Tagliolini

Another star is the House-made Tagliolini, Fresh Hokkaido Sea Urchin, Figs Leaf Oil, combining the ancient wisdom of sustainability from coastal Puglia with house-made pasta and velvety sea urchin sauce infused with fig leaf oil.

The menu also boasts other diverse dishes like Sicilian Red Prawn Crudo, Saffron Maritozzo, Buffalo Mascarpone, Pistachio, and Japanese Red Bream, Acqua Pazza, Zucchini Scapece, Leccino Olives. Altro Zafferano’s Refreshed À La Carte Menu artfully weaves together tradition and innovation, offering a culinary journey through the rich history and stories of Southern Italy.

Address: 10 Collyer Quay, Ocean Financial Centre, Level 43, Singapore 049315
Reservations: Chope

Farrer Horse

Farrer Horse, the equestrian-themed restaurant bar, is celebrating its first anniversary with an exciting menu transformation.

Located in the historical setting of Farrer Park Racecourse, Singapore’s first horse-racing venue from the 1840s, the restaurant offers a unique dining experience.

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The ground-floor Dining Room presents a refined setting for tantalising appetisers like the Shrimp Cocktail and Chukka Tenders. The menu introduces delectable new mains, including Fish Tacos and the Trackside Burger.

On the second floor, known as Stable, the lively bar offers an array of racecourse-inspired bites and meals, such as the Racing Chickens and Jockey Steak Sandwiches.

Long Fellow
Long Fellow

Complementing the culinary journey are globally-inspired cocktails like Longfellow, Habibi, Come to Dubai, and The Good Ol’ Days.

Farrer Horse will also continue to serve beloved favorites like the Lamb Lollipops, Chicken Chettinad Pizza, and Surf & Turf Pie Tee.

The new menu launches alongside fresh restaurant decor and live entertainment from Rush Hour 2.

Address: 101 Jalan Sultan, #01-02/#02-00, Singapore 199002 (Inside Sultan Hotel)
Reservations: Chope

Baker X – Twice Young

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Twice Young (@wearetwiceyoung) is the next talented home-based baker to grace Baker X from 22 November to 21 December 2023. Baker X is a project that gives budding home-baking entrepreneurs the opportunity to trial with a physical outlet and scale their business.

Twice Young is started by Kimberley Yeo, a food blogger, who passionately creates unique ice cream flavours by experimenting with ingredients reminiscent of the delectable desserts she encountered on her journeys.

Committed to crafting premium treats for both humans and dogs, Kimberley scours the globe for the finest ingredients. Her selection includes Bronte pistachios from Sicily, first-flush Hojicha from Kyoto, Grade A Tahitian vanilla beans, and more. Her offerings extend beyond ice cream to dog-friendly Pawlato and Pupcakes, Fleur de Sel brown butter cookies, and cookie pies.

As Twice Young takes its place at Baker X, look forward to the Handcrafted Small-Batch Ice Cream in flavours such as:

  • Kyoto Hojicha, Dark Chocolate, Roasted Almond (S$5.50/scoop), which features Silky Kyoto Hojicha ice cream swirled with Belgian dark chocolate and chopped almonds.
  • Roasted Bronte Pistachio, Cacao Nibs (S$6.50/scoop), a luscious blend of stone-ground Sicilian Bronte pistachio ice cream, crunchy cacao nibs, and a hint of sea salt.
  • Other signature flavours include Italian Espresso, Sicilian Pistachio Fudge, Roasted Pistachio (S$5.50/scoop); Fresh Passionfruit, Fresh Mint Sorbet (S$5/scoop); and Pure Tahitian Vanilla Ice Cream (S$5/scoop).

There will also be Brown Butter Fleur de Sel Cookies, available at S$10 for six pieces. These cookies boast the rich fragrance of browned French butter. They are generously studded with irresistible Belgian chocolate chips and a touch of Fleur de Sel sea salt for the perfect finishing touch.

Also look forward to a Baker X Exclusive, the Crumble Bar (from S$8.90) in a first-to-launch Warm Apple Crumble flavour.

Address: 181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central #04-29, Singapore 238896


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GODIVA, the renowned Belgian chocolatier, has opened its first east-side boutique in Singapore at Jewel Changi Airport.

The boutique’s elegant interior warmly welcomes all chocolate lovers to indulge in a tantalising journey through GODIVA’s irresistible treats.

This exclusive boutique offers unique delights, including a Singapore-exclusive Waffle Bowl (S$9.90) featuring a twist of vanilla and chocolate soft serve, chocolate crumbs, and a GODIVA-branded chocolate slab.

It also presents specially curated gift boxes (from S$77) with fine cookies and pastries.

Additionally, you can enjoy GODIVA’s artisanal chocolates, soft serves, and milkshakes.

Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, #02-207, Jewel Changi Airport Singapore 819666

New restaurants and menu refreshes in October 2023


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Araya is led by Michelin-starred chef Francisco Araya (left) and chef Fernanda Guerrero (right).

Araya is Singapore’s first coastal South American fine dining restaurant and is slated to open on 20 October 2023.

Rooted in Chilean heritage, Araya is led by Michelin-starred chef Francisco Araya and chef Fernanda Guerrero. Nestled within The Mondrian, this intimate 30-seat space serves as a canvas for the duo to showcase their native South American flavours in contemporary tasting menus. Araya concentrates on Pacific coastal cuisine and its debut aligns with the rise of acclaimed South American restaurants like Central, Maido, and Borago on the global culinary stage.

Araya’s menu celebrates native South American ingredients like corn, Andean potatoes, lucuma, and Chilean cherries, elevated with culinary expertise and fine proteins from Japan and beyond. Chef Francisco Araya aspires to push culinary boundaries, spotlighting biodiversity within South America and the influence of other cultures on the region’s cuisine.

Chef Francisco, known for his Michelin-starred Tokyo restaurant 81, is joined by Pastry Chef Fernanda Guerrero. They blend tradition, heritage, and global culinary influences in their seasonal tasting menus, offering dishes like Brazilian Moqueca with Japanese kinki, ginger-infused ceviche, and inventive creations that pay homage to their diverse culinary backgrounds.

Address: 83 Neil Road. #01-08, Mondrian Singapore Duxton, Singapore 089813
Reservations: Email [email protected]


kun restaurant

KUN has opened on Amoy Street, a pioneer in Singapore offering omakase-style Sichuan cuisine. Its mission is to resurrect vanishing flavours and forgotten Sichuan classics within an elegant, intimate setting. KUN takes guests beyond the fiery Sichuan peppercorns and the quintessential mala flavour, delving into lesser-known profiles like fish fragrance and tangerine peel.

In KUN’s 26-seat Omakase enclave, gastronomic excellence and culinary mastery shine. The menu, born from a vision to showcase Sichuan cuisine in an exquisite omakase setting, guides diners through a harmonious progression of flavours, textures, and culinary techniques.

Steamed Glutinous Rice Dumping with Caviar and Spring Onion Dressing (1)
Steamed Glutinous Rice Dumping with Caviar and Spring Onion Dressing (1)

KUN offers rare, high-quality Sichuan-sourced ingredients paired with premium produce, reviving long-forgotten classics from Sichuan’s culinary heritage. These dishes, such as Tripe Stew, Butterfly Bamboo Fungus, Sea Cucumber Liver Oil, Glutinous Rice Dumplings, Braised Deer Tendon, and Bamboo Fungus Liver Paste Soup, have faded over the past century along with precious culinary techniques.

KUN is the brainchild of Sichuan-born Singaporean Peng Kun Lin and mentor Liu Yongmei, a restaurateur with 30 hot pot restaurants. Together, they embark on a journey to explore the depth and complexity of Sichuan cuisine.

KUN’s team of chefs showcases the grandeur of Sichuan cuisine, offering glimpses into Chengdu cuisine and classic dishes presented with a modern twist. They use rare Sichuanese ingredients like Tribute Sichuan Peppers, Mount Emei Bamboo Shoots, and Fritillaria Wabuensis.

The omakase menu unfolds as a sequence of flavourful journeys, combining cold appetizers, warm dishes, soup, steamed dishes, Sichuan tapas, and delightful desserts. KUN’s beverage program offers a wide range of wines, sake, whiskey, and Chinese liquors to complement the meal.

The space is also worth a mention. Exuding refined allure with warm wood tones, beige hues, and hints of gold, its minimalist design features soft, sweeping curves reminiscent of water. A central island commands the dining room, offering glimpses into the chef’s artistry, while a private room provides a secluded haven. Each course arrives in curated Chinese tableware, enhancing the contemporary refinement of the dining experience. KUN invites diners to embark on a sensory journey, where culinary artistry and storytelling converge to create an unforgettable dining adventure.

Address: 74 Amoy Street, Singapore 069893
Price: 12-course omakase menu at S$268 per person
Reservations: Email [email protected]

Draft Land Singapore

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Draft Land is making its grand entrance, introducing its captivating cocktail lifestyle that transcends the realm of mere drinks. Nestled at 24 Purvis Street, this exciting bar will officially open its doors to the public on 12 October.

Draft Land originally made its mark in ZhongXiao, Taiwan, in 2018, under the visionary leadership of renowned bartender Angus Zou and his beverage R&D company, Drinks Lab. It pioneered the concept of serving cocktails exclusively on tap, making this exquisite experience more accessible and budget-friendly to a wider audience.

What sets Draft Land apart is its philosophy, which encompasses people, events, and music, making it a must-visit destination for aficionados and earning the #45 spot in Asia’s Best Bars in 2019.

Singapore proudly marks the fifth Draft Land outpost, following locations in ZhongXiao, Xinyi, and Taichung in Taiwan, as well as Hong Kong. This opening is a dynamic collaboration between two of Asia’s 50 best bars. Nutmeg & Clove, a Singapore-centric establishment renowned for its numerous accolades, including the prestigious #7 ranking on Asia’s 50 Best Bars in 2023, joins forces in this thrilling venture.

Draft Land Singapore will be led by founder Angus Zou and Nutmeg’s general manager, Shelley Tai, who is also a co-partner of Draft Land Singapore.

Anticipate experiencing the signature elements that make Draft Land so exceptional, from a selection of over 20 cocktails on tap to the engaging and knowledgeable front-of-house staff, playfully referred to as “draftenders.” Among these offerings, you’ll discover six Singapore-exclusive specials, meticulously crafted by renowned mixologists from around the world to commemorate the announcement of the World’s 50 Best Bar in Singapore.

One of Draft Land’s pioneering services is the Sample Service, which allows guests to interact with draftenders, ask questions, and explore a variety of flavours before making their cocktail selection. With the tap system in place, every draftender will have more time to introduce flavours to customers with meticulous care, guiding them to find the perfect cocktail and perhaps engaging in conversations about life and more.

To enhance the ambience, Draft Land will feature a DJ booth with weekly DJs spinning tunes, and guest bartenders will curate cocktails during special events, such as the upcoming World’s 50 Best Bars 2023, set to take place in Singapore in October.

Address: 24 Purvis Street, Singapore 188601
Reservations: 9657 8774 or follow its Instagram for more update

Caerus Holding’s multi-concept restaurant

Caerus Holding's multi-concept restaurant

Enjoy an all-in-one culinary experience at Mandai Wildlife West, thanks to the opening of Caerus Holding’s flagship multi-concept restaurant. The venue brings together renowned brands for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, making it a must-visit for a fuss-free and delicious day out.

Begin your morning at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse with a delightful selection of croissants, cruffins, and the exclusive Fruity Pebble Donut. For lunch, relish sandwiches, soups, and salads at Mr. Holmes, with the Sandwich Set offering a perfect pairing with coffee or tea.

Seafood enthusiasts will adore Luke’s Lobster, serving lobster, crab, and shrimp rolls, including the Warm Lobster Roll. Don’t miss the Crab and Lobster Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, and there’s a Grilled Cheese Sandwich and Tomato Soup set for simpler tastes. Pair your rolls with golden fries and Luke’s Lemonade.

Indulge in sweet treats at Leckerbaer, with ice cream sandwiches and Ice Cream Puffs offering delightful respite. Explore Leckerbaer’s Småkager Danish butter cookies and unique animal-shaped creations. Savour S’mores, an elevated camping classic.

Address: 20 Mandai Lake Road, #02-08 Singapore 729825

Bar & Billiard Room

Guayaba Marquesita by Chef Jose Luis Hinostroza
Guayaba Marquesita by Chef Jose Luis Hinostroza

Chef World Tour presents its latest installment, “The Second Act”, where the realms of culinary artistry and storytelling converge.

In October, the iconic Bar & Billiard Room (BBR) at Raffles Hotel Singapore transforms into a global stage, featuring world-renowned chefs at the height of their creativity.

“The Second Act” embodies the chefs’ culinary evolution, from their experiences at renowned restaurants to their unique journeys. The menus narrate their stories, showcasing excellence while preserving their heritage and identity.

Set within the historic BBR, which has been a cherished social hub since 1896, the experience harmonises heritage with contemporary culinary innovation.

Crudite by Chef Ben Ing
Crudite by Chef Ben Ing

October features Chef Jose Luis Hinostroza, known for ARCA in Tulum, and has travelled the world, crafting his culinary magic.

Address:1 Beach Road, Raffles Hotel Singapore, Singapore 189673
Price: Starting at S$238++ for lunch (six-courses) and S$338++ for dinner (eight-courses)
Reservations: Klook

CUT by Wolfgang Puck

CUT by Wolfgang Puck october

CUT by Wolfgang Puck is best known for its exquisite steaks, and it has now expanded its offerings with exclusive seafood dishes. The one-Michelin-starred restaurant has introduced a seasonal showcase featuring premium global ingredients, adding variety to its celebrated meat-centric menu.

The first and only Asian establishment by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, CUT celebrates its 13th year in Singapore with this new seasonal showcase.

The custom-built display showcases oceanic treasures like sustainably sourced New Zealand oysters, colossal Alaskan king crabs, Jeju Island abalones, and Scottish razor clams. Guests also get a glimpse of rare cuts like Hokkaido snow beef and Red Poll Heritage beef.

Chef Wolfgang Puck expressed his excitement about the evolution of CUT Singapore, while Executive Chef Greg Bess and his team introduced over 10 new seafood dishes, highlighting their culinary expertise.

The menu stars dishes like the Tsarkaya oyster duo, king crab leg gratin with Kaluga caviar, and a luxurious Hokkaido uni creation, all celebrating the best of oceanic flavours.

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave, B1-71, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Reservations: Website

Tea Bar, M Hotel Singapore

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Experience a delightful journey down memory lane and awaken your inner child by partaking in a nostalgic afternoon high tea. Immerse yourself in a thoughtfully curated heritage encounter that celebrates the vibrant customs and diverse array of local flavours.

This experience is presented in a charming three-tier tiffin, reminiscent of “tingkat”, and accompanied by a game from days gone by known as “congkak”.

Savour exquisite renditions of beloved local dishes, such as Pulut Hitam Savarin, Crème Brûlée with Coconut Pandan Jam, Almond Lychee Kadaifi, and Lemon Longan Scone with Chicken Floss.

Delight in bites of Miniature Nasi Lemak and Charcoal-battered Fish Bites, and complement your culinary journey with a delicious mocktail inspired by the flavours of strawberry cheesecake.

Additionally, enjoy unlimited refills of expertly brewed barista coffee and a selection of teas as you while away the afternoon in blissful nostalgia.

Address: 81 Anson Rd, Lobby Level, M Hotel Singapore, Singapore 079908
Price: S$88++ for two diners
Reservations: With Café 2000 through phone number 6500 6112 or email [email protected] or book online

WAKUDA Restaurant & Bar

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WAKUDA Restaurant & Bar has introduced an enticing array of additions to its dinner menu, featuring temaki, maki, and delectable desserts that pair seamlessly with their impressive selection of sakes, wines, and expertly crafted Japanese-style cocktails.

Their innovative take on temaki, delicately shaped like Mexican tacos, combines premium ingredients to create a symphony of flavours and textures.

Savour the delightful angel prawn tempura (S$18++) topped with kaiware (daikon radish sprouts), wasabi mayo, shiso, and chili. Or indulge in the signature WAKUDA temaki (S$88++), a luxurious hand roll generously filled with uni, botan, and caviar.

Fans of traditional maki will appreciate the superior una tama (S$38++), featuring tamago and cucumber rolled with unagi, while those seeking the ultimate indulgence can relish the Japanese A5 wagyu (S$60++) wrapped in shiro negi (Japanese long green onion) and bettarazuke (Japanese pickled daikon radish).

Sweeten your conversations with delightful desserts, such as the caramel banana cheesecake (S$28++), paired with exotic coulis and a quenelle of house-made caramel banana ice cream, garnished with salted caramel.

Alternatively, enjoy the shine muscat & Kyoho grapes (S$28++) with champagne jelly, vanilla Chantilly, fromage blanc sorbet, and mint foam.

Don’t miss the reimagined signature dessert, “The Stone” (S$28++), featuring three unique-sized stones that reveal a masterful combination of chocolate orange Cointreau mousse with vanilla and hazelnut.

Complement your meal with new cocktails like “Cure” (S$19++ per glass), a refreshing blend of Lyre’s London Spirit, Italian orange, ginger, yuzu, and grapefruit soda.

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Tower 2, Lobby, Singapore 018972,
Reservations: Website


hazuki october

Expanding on its tradition of excellence, Hazuki presents its new à la carte menu, marrying classic and innovative dishes in a blend of sophistication and exceptional value.

Hazuki’s Lounge, known for its lavish Gucci homeware and exquisite Kagami crystalware, invites both new and loyal patrons with its fresh à la carte menu. This culinary extension enables diners to relish Hazuki’s premium ingredients while enjoying its sophisticated and elegant ambiance, all at a great value. Revel in opulent donburis like the Uni & Ikura Donburi and Unagi Donburi, each priced at S$38++, offering outstanding value for top-tier ingredients.

Hazuki’s handrolls are equally impressive, generously packed with premium ingredients like Nodoguro (blackthroat seaperch) or Kegani (horsehair crab), delivering a burst of umami in each bite. The Kegani and Uni Handroll (S$68++) is a delectable testament to this.

The à la carte menu is designed to cater to both lunch and dinner preferences, granting diners the flexibility to enjoy it as a standalone culinary experience or as an enticing prelude to the tasting menu, tailoring their dining experience to their liking.

Sake enthusiasts have a treat in the form of a sake trio (S$48++), providing an excellent opportunity to explore new sake varieties that complement Hazuki’s delightful menu.

Hazuki’s culinary offerings span from sushi and tempura to shabu-shabu and an array of claypot choices, catering to a diverse range of diners. This expansion not only introduces a more casual menu but also thoughtfully complements their existing tasting menu, offering a multifaceted dining experience.

All ingredients at Hazuki are meticulously sourced from Japan, with a focus on wild-caught fish used in sashimi, sushi, tempura, or donburis. Notable highlights include Fresh Chutoro (S$28++) and Kegani (S$18++) sushi options. Tempura enthusiasts can savour Kuruma Ebi (S$15++) or opt for the assorted six-piece tempura selection (S$68++).

For those dining with a companion, Hazuki offers donabes designed for two guests, such as the Sakura Ebi Donabe (S$78++) or the indulgent A5 Wagyu Sirloin Donabe (S$120++). These claypot rice selections undergo meticulous slow-cooking, resulting in a harmonious explosion of flavours in each bite. Alternatively, individual diners can choose from donburis like the A5 Wagyu Donburi (S$58), classic Bara Chirashi Donburi ($48), or simpler Nodoguro Donburi (S$48), each delivering a satisfying and flavourful single-serving experience.

Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #04-18A Takashimaya S.C., Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872
Reservations: Seven Rooms


seafood stew alkove

Since its inception in November 2022, alkove has been on a mission to create memorable moments centred around exceptional food and great company.

Guided by Michelin-starred Chef Haikal Johari, alkove seamlessly blends the relaxed charm of European culture with the vibrant spirit of Kovan, offering a diverse menu that spans from delightful brunch pastries, Croque Monsieur, and coffee to satisfying lunch and dinner entrees, mains, and desserts.

In an exciting development, alkove is proud to unveil an array of new dishes that harmoniously fuse French and European culinary influences with a touch of Singaporean and Asian flair.

Discover the Seafood Stew, a tantalizing French-style Bouillabaisse infused with saffron and enriched with the playful complexity of Korean Ssamjang.

Indulge in Squid Ink Pasta, elegantly adorned with crispy baby squid, a delightful nod to local flavours.

Experience the exquisite Pan-seared Barramundi, sourced from a nearby farm, and served with a symphony of clam and wakame broth.

For a unique twist on a classic favourite, savour the Chicken Wings paired with a French vierge sauce and house-made cincalok.

As a special treat for September and October, alkove invites you to elevate your mid-day retreats between 11.30 am and 3pm, Monday to Friday, with specially curated mains complemented by a delightful canapé platter, expertly crafted by alkove’s Head Chef, Sufian Zaini, formerly of the renowned 1* Alma by Juan Amador.

Address: 2 Kovan Road, #01-10 Simon Plaza, Singapore 548008
Reservations: Chope

db Bistro & Oyster Bar

db bistro october

Embark on a culinary journey celebrating the rustic flavours influenced by French and German traditions from now to 31 October at db Bistro & Oyster Bar. They are offering a limited-time Alsatian-themed three-course Oktoberfest menu that promises to tantalise your taste buds.

Commence your culinary adventure with the Alsatian tarte flambée, a specialty hailing from Alsace, the Germanic region of France. This delectable dish features flatbread generously topped with fromage blanc, bacon, and onions, delivering a harmonious blend of flavours.

Next, savour the choucroute garnie, a hearty celebration of the region’s culinary heritage. This dish showcases succulent pork chop, smoked bacon, and beef sausage, accompanied by a medley of potatoes, turnips, and house-made sauerkraut, creating a symphony of textures and tastes.

Conclude your meal on a sweet note with the Pear Tart de Fine, an elegant dessert that combines poached pears with a crisp, golden pastry, offering a refreshing and delightful conclusion to your Alsatian-inspired feast.

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave, B1-48, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Price: S$168++ for two diners
Reservations: Website


esora october
Duck Consommé somen

Autumn arrives as a gentle season, following the intensity of summer, bringing serenity and beauty. It’s a time when ginkgo leaves turn golden and flutter like butterflies in the breeze, while maple trees adorn hills and mountains with a stunning array of crimson hues. The weather turns pleasantly cool, and nature’s vibrant colors paint a tranquil picture.

Esora’s Head Chef, Takeshi Araki, captures this serenity in his autumn menu, embracing the Japanese concept of “kisetsukan”, which reflects an emotional connection with the seasons. His menu not only showcases seasonal treasures but also expresses the essence of autumn as seen in Japanese culture.

Autumn is often called “shokuyoku no aki” or “the season for eating” in Japan, as it offers a rich bounty of ingredients. From prized matsutake mushrooms to humble ebi-imo (shrimp potato), from tree-perched kuri (chestnuts) to ocean-dwelling kegani (hairy crab), the diversity of fall ingredients beckons a feast.

Japan boasts a wide variety of native mushrooms that shine during the cooler months. Esora’s signature Chicken Wing dish is a testament to this, featuring a blend of five mushrooms sautéed in garlic: maitake, shiitake, kakinoki take, shimeji take, and tamogi take.

Chef Araki’s menu is not just culinary creativity but also artistic expression. The Hassun course, reminiscent of a momijigari (autumn foliage viewing) walk, presents a vibrant arrangement of seasonal colours and flavours. Expect autumnal delights like shima-aji (striped jack), ebi-imo (shrimp-shaped taro), akamatsu (black throat sea perch), and shiro-ebi (baby white shrimp).

As the weather cools, relish a Duck Consommé somen, featuring silky somen noodles in a comforting consommé made from chicken, duck, and beef bones, clarified with egg white. It’s garnished with sous-vide duck Magret, sake, light soy sauce, shiro negi (white leek), and seasonal black truffle.

The meal concludes with a Chestnut dessert, reimagining the French classic Mont Blanc. It comprises hazelnut biscuit layers, honey, ice cream, and shaved kuri (chestnut) – a beloved autumn ingredient in traditional Japanese sweets.

Address: 15 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238964
Reservations: Website

Man Fu Yuan

man fu yuan october

InterContinental Singapore’s Michelin-recommended Cantonese restaurant, Man Fu Yuan, has collaborated with the Irish Duck Company to offer a unique dining experience that combines the best of Irish cuisine with Cantonese flavours. From now to 15 November, diners can enjoy three exclusive menus during lunch and dinner, featuring premium Irish meats.

Irish Duck Company, known for providing the “wagyu of duck,” is the exclusive distributor of Silver Hill Duck in Asia. They are introducing John Stone Dry-Aged Beef and Hampshire Pork in Singapore for the first time, making it a unique opportunity to enjoy all three exceptional products in one menu.

Man Fu Yuan’s Chef Aaron Tan has curated three set menus for this collaboration, each a celebration of Irish cuisine infused with Cantonese techniques and flavours.

The Gracious Set Menu offers a luxurious six-course experience for three to five persons, featuring dishes like John Stone Irish smoked salmon, pan-seared foie gras, and roasted Silver Hill Irish Duck.

The Treasure Set Menu, designed for three to five persons includes John Stone Irish lamb cubes with Sichuan spices and the star of the show, roasted-smoked Silver Hill Irish Duck with truffle sauce.

The Elegant Set Menu, ideal for three to five persons, features delights such as wok-fried John Stone Irish lamb loin and braised Irish Hampshire pork belly with South Africa five-head abalone.

Address: 80 Middle Road, Level 2 InterContinental Singapore, Singapore 188966
Prices: From S$138++ per diner for the Treasure Set Menu. All set menus offer a wine-pairing option at S$68++ per diner.
Reservations: Chope


yan october

Cantonese restaurant Yàn invites diners to savour the essence of autumn from now till 31 October. It has thoughtfully curated a range of dishes, from indulgent à la carte selections to a six-course set menu, aiming to provide a wholesome and nourishing dining experience.

Embracing the spirit of the changing season, Yàn’s menus offer a delightful array of dishes designed to complement Singapore’s tropical climate while celebrating the authentic flavours of Cantonese cuisine. These autumn offerings pay homage to the traditional concept of fortifying the body for cooler months with nourishing delicacies rooted in classic recipes.

One of the highlights is the exquisite Mini Buddha Jumps Over the Wall (S$78++), featuring an eight-hour double-boiling process. This soulful soup combines treasured ingredients such as three-head whole abalone, sea cucumber, pig’s tendons, conpoy, ginseng, and mushrooms. The Australian abalone is also enjoyed separately with a secondary preparation – braised in shrimp roe and oyster sauce to enhance the flavours.

The Crispy Whole Quail (S$38++)m is a traditional delight, fried until golden crisp and served with a condiment of salt, pepper, and five-spice powder.

The Steamed Eel offers delicate flavours enhanced by aromatic minced garlic and the subtle zest of shredded mandarin peel, making it an ideal choice for the autumn season due to its higher-caloric content to prepare the body for cooler months. The Braised White Fish Maw with Fresh Mushroom, Broccoli, and Oyster Sauce, served in a mini-pumpkin, presents a symphony of flavours and textures. Braised fish maw, known for its skin-nourishing properties, is accompanied by a medley of fresh mushrooms and broccoli.

For those opting for the Set Menu (S$138++ per diner, minimum two diners), Yàn offers a six-course culinary journey that includes:

  • A refreshing Chilled Live Prawn with Avocado and Salad Sauce
  • Nourishing Mini Buddha Jumps Over the Wall
  • Steamed Cod Fish with Minced Garlic and Shredded Mandarin Peel
  • Crispy Half Quail
  • Stewed Ipoh Hor Fun topped with Hairy Crab Meat, Roe, and Vegetables
  • Double-boiled Almond Cream served in a mini-Pumpkin

Address: 1 St Andrew’s Road, #05-02 National Gallery, Singapore 178957
Reservations: Chope

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The beachfront bar and restaurant on Siloso Beach Sentosa has unveiled an enticing à la carte menu featuring a delightful array of sharing plates, savoury pastas, juicy burgers, and an expanded selection of vegetarian and plant-based options.

On top of the refreshed menu, they also now offer a free-flow wines and bubbly package for only S$65++ every weekend from 12pm to 3pm, making it one of the most affordable options on the island.

coastes breakfast

For a revitalising start to the day, Coastes presents a hearty breakfast menu available from 9am to 3pm. Indulge in the freshly baked Ham & Cheese Croissant (S$18++) with a luscious Gruyère cheese filling or savour the playful Spam Benedict (S$18++), featuring crisped slices of spam topped with roasted pineapple salsa, poached eggs, and a delectable burnt butter orange sauce.

Poached Prawns with Gazpacho
Poached Prawns with Gazpacho

Seafood enthusiasts are in for a treat with new offerings like the Beetroot Scallops (S$24++), featuring three pan-seared Japanese scallops infused with beetroot jus on a bed of zucchini and garnished with soy caviar. Other options include Smoked Salmon (S$20++), Poached Prawns with Gazpacho (S$22++), and more.

A variety of savoury pastas, risottos, and juicy burgers have also been added to the menu, catering to diverse palates.

AVENUE ONE‘s favourite is the BBQ Pulled Pork Burger (S$24++), a hearty option that will delight meat-lovers.

Beef Cheek Ragu Risotto
Beef Cheek Ragu Risotto

Other options include the Beef Cheek Ragu Risotto (S$28++), Crispy Fried Cod Burger (S$26++) and the Creamy Prawn Fettuccine (S$28++) featuring succulent tiger prawns in a delectable creamy garlic sauce.

With the expanded plant-based menu, vegetarians will be treated to a wider array of options.

Go for the Spinach & Feta Filo (S$18++), a nutritious breakfast dish with flaky filo dough filled with spinach and feta cheese or share the Grilled Vegetable Antipasti (S$22++) that offers a Mediterranean-style platter with caramelised zucchini, eggplant, crostini, goat cheese, kalamata olives, roasted garlic, and tomato jam.

Visit the Coastes website to see the complete menu.

Address: 50 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-06, Singapore 099000
Reservations: Chope


Chinese restaurant Yàn has refreshed its à la carte menu introduces new flavours and creations that capture the allure of Cantonese cuisine.

Yan Double-boiled Collagen Soup with Fish Maw and Conpoy
Double-boiled Collagen Soup with Fish Maw and Conpoy

AVENUE ONE‘s favourite refreshed item on the menu is no doubt the Double-boiled Collagen Soup with Fish Maw and Conpoy, a comfort blend that feels nourishing and satisfying.

Boiling mature hen, pork bones, sustainably sourced shark cartilage, and conpoy for six hours over high heat, this is then double-boiled with quality fish maw that’s soaked for a day in freshwater, for an hour.

Poached Free-range Salted Chicken _Hakka Style_
Poached Free-range Salted Chicken “Hakka Style”

The Poached Free-range Salted Chicken “Hakka Style” is another highlight for us. This features fresh free-range chicken that’s poached for 20 minutes until it’s 80% cooked before it’s soaked in an ice bath and cut into smaller pieces. Then, superior stock is poured over it and seasoned with sand ginger paste.

End the feast with the comforting Hot Yam Paste with Ginkgo Nuts and Coconut Milk or the refreshing Chilled Peach Resin with Osmanthus and Aloe Vera Jelly, along with the Deep-fried Sesame Rice Ball.

The Sesame Rice Ball sets itself apart with the inclusion of steamed sweet potato in the dough. The crispy and fragrant dessert will round up your meal beautifully.

Address: 1 St Andrew’s Road, #05-02 National Gallery Singapore, Singapore 178957
Reservations: Website

The Astor Grill

The St. Regis Singapore introduces The Astor Grill, a pop-up restaurant concept inspired by the heritage of St. Regis, founded on great chophouses set in the early century New York.

Look forward to quality cuts from premium suppliers known for their artisan produce set in the grandeur settings of the Brasserie Les Saveurs.

Showcasing cuts from America and Australia, such as the US Harris Ranch Angus Prime, Australian Aberdeen Pure Black, and the Satsuma Gyu, The Astor Grill is certainly a coveted dining destination for beef lovers. These meats are prepared on a custom-built parilla grill for optimal results.

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When AVENUE ONE dined there, the knives were presented to us in a box.

Before the meal begins, guests are presented with a selection of house steak knives to dine with. Showcased in a beautiful box, you can pick the knife that you prefer based on how it feels in your hand or from the design of the knife.

the astor grill

AVENUE ONE tried the Striploin Japan Full Blood Wagyu A5 500 Days Grain Fed and the Thin Skirt Australia Wagyu. Both unpack great textures and flavours and delighted our palates from the first bite. The amount of fat, distinctive taste of grilled meats, and perfect cook, make these memorable items that meat-lovers will surely enjoy.

For those who are dining with a group, consider ordering the Australian Grass-fed Tomahawk Angus. The 1.4kg dish isn’t just a feast for the palate with its perfect marbling but is also a feast for the eyes.

We had these along with the Buttery Mashed Potatoes and Grilled Asparagus from the Sides menu, which go perfectly with the meats. The mashed potatoes, in particular, deserve a mention on its own, because of how smooth and creamy it was.

With each order, guests will also be presented with a choice of specialty salt, house mustard, and choice of sauce.

The experience also extends to house martinis and desserts. At the start of the meal, each guest is presented with a petite welcome glass of Martini.

the astor grill artisanal desserts

After the meal, round it off with a specialty dessert. We highly recommend the Astor Tiramisu, a deconstructed interpretation of the classic dessert, which will conclude your meal sweetly.

The Astor Grill pop-up restaurant will continue till 31 August.

Address: 29 Tanglin Road, Level 1, The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore 247911
Reservations: Chope


nest one farrer orchid villa
Orchid Villa is one of the private dining spots for Nest.

For a bespoke private dining experience, Nest is probably one of the best destinations you can find in Singapore. Offering expansive city views and delectable local-Western fusion cuisine, Nest has recently refreshed its executive menus to bring a new experience to diners.

Co-created by Executive Chef Marcus Tan and Pastry Chef Wee Pai Hau, there are four new executive menus to pick from: two with four courses and two with five courses.

Nest one farrer hotel Red Sea Prawn
Red Sea Prawn

For starters, try the Red Sea Prawn from the Iris Set Menu. This features prawns seasoned with Spicy Gazpacho, Coriander Crostini, and Citrus Aioli to elevate the freshness of the prawn.

nest one farrer ginseng chicken consomme
Ginseng Chicken Consomme

Those who enjoy a nourishing soup will enjoy the Ginseng Chicken Consomme from the Sakura Set Menu and Lavender Set Menu. The clear soup features wolfberries, Chicken Gyoza, and Charred Spring Onion with Root Vegetables.

nest one farrer hotel duck confit
Five Spices Confit Duck Leg

For mains, you’ll love the Five Spices Confit Duck Leg from the Iris Set Menu. Served with Garlic Puree and Baby “Pok Choy”, this East-meets-West dish is hearty and delicious.

The desserts are definitely highlights to look forward to.

nest one farrer desserts
Hazelnut Crunchy Royaltine (background) and the Citrus Harmony (foreground)

AVENUE ONE enjoyed both the Hazelnut Crunchy Royaltine and the Citrus Harmony.

The former comes with a decadent Miso Chocolate Creme that’s bittersweet and slightly savoury, balanced out perfectly with a sour and refreshing Raspberry Sorbet.

Citrus Harmony, on the other hand, features a variety of citrus fruits but so balanced, you don’t feel overwhelmed by them. This comes with a Lemon Curd, Lime Meringue, and Yuzu Sorbet.

Address: 1 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 20, One Farrer Hotel, Singapore 217562
Price: Four-course Sakura Set Menu and Iris Set Menu at S$78++ and five-course Lavender Set Menu and Wisteria Set Menu at S$98++
Reservations: Chope


esora summer 2023

Summertime in Japan is a season of vibrant festivals, mesmerising wind chimes, and savouring cold noodles. At Esora, the seasonal menus reflect the deep appreciation of Kisetsukan, the emotional connection with the seasons.

Its Summer 2023 Tasting Menu showcases the essence of summer with carefully selected ingredients. From the fatty hamo to the golden eye snapper and baby ayu, the seafood delights capture the spirit of the season. Delicate land harvests like Kyoto vegetables and Hokkaido corn add a counterpoint.

The menu takes guests on a journey through the flavours and sensations of summer, culminating in desserts featuring passionfruit and Miyazaki mango.

Address: 15 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238964
Price: Nine-course lunch menu at S$328++ and ten-course dinner menu at S$368++
Reservations: Website


sofitel afternoon tea

Experience “A Summer of Honey with Beau the Bee” at Sofitel Singapore City Centre’s 1864.

From now till 31 July 2023, indulge in a delightful afternoon tea showcasing the world’s finest honey, paired with sweet and savoury treats.

Highlights include Truffle Brie Cheese with French Lavender Honey on Croffle, Crab Kueh Pie Tee with Yuzu and Honey Cream, Japanese Tea Cake with Chestnut Honey, and Whole Honeycomb with Sea Salt.

On top of these, you can also get to know the hotel’s official mascot, Beau the Bee, and take home an exclusive mini plush toy.

Address: 9 Wallich Street, Sofitel Singapore City Centre, Singapore 078885
Price: S$118++ for two
Reservations: Chope

Cat Bite Club

cat bite club

A newly opened bar in Singapore’s vibrant Duxton neighborhood, Cat Bite Club offers a sophisticated and relaxed atmosphere for a unique drinking experience.

The bar focuses on two beloved spirits: agave and rice. Inspired by their extensive hospitality backgrounds and passion for these spirits, the founders created Cat Bite Club to showcase the flavours and cultural significance of agave and rice spirits.

The cocktail menu tells the story of each spirit’s origins and amplifies their unique characters. Signature drinks like the Cat Bite Margarita and Soju Sprint offer a delightful introduction, while reinterpretations of classic cocktails with agave and rice variations invite guests to explore new flavours.

The bar boasts an extensive spirits list with a wide selection of agave and rice spirits, as well as other spirits like vodka, gin, and whisky.

To complement the drinks, Cat Bite Club offers a food menu featuring a mix of traditional Mexican and Asian ingredients. The bites are designed to be approachable and inclusive, with vegan and vegetarian options available. From Chili Chicken Bao to Tuna Tostada and Chips & Guac, the food pairs perfectly with the drinks.

Address: 75 Duxton Road, Singapore 089534

The Marmalade Pantry

the marmalade pantry set lunch

The Marmalade Pantry presents a delectable array of offerings in their new Executive Set Lunch menus, featuring modern bistro fare in a convenient and tantalizing format. Available from 16 July to 31 October, guests can enjoy these menus at The Marmalade Pantry Downtown for dine-in or conveniently order online for self-collection or delivery.

The two-course Executive Set Lunch (S$28++) includes a choice of main course, dessert, and beverage, while the three-course Executive Set Lunch (S$33++) adds a starter option of soup or salad of the day, or the newly introduced Quinoa Patty (+S$3). For those who love sharing, add S$6++ for a petite portion of Truffle Fries or Sweet Potato Fries.

With a quarterly menu change, diners can look forward to an exciting variety of lunch options, perfect for business meetings, catching up with colleagues, or enjoying a casual lunch date in a chic and relaxing atmosphere.

Indulge in hearty mains like the Haloumi Burger, Potato Gnocchi, and Pan-Seared Barramundi. For an extra S$3++, savour the signature Spicy Crabmeat.

Complete your meal with a choice of a decadent dessert – the luscious Raspberry Crepe or the Cupcake of the Day. Each set lunch also includes a beverage selection of coffee, tea, apple, or orange juice.

Address: 100 Peck Seah St, #01-01 Oasia Hotel Downtown, Singapore 079333
Reservations: Chope

Frozen Heart

frozen heart

Frozen Heart, the world’s first fried ice cream brand, launches in Singapore in July.

Located at Jewel Changi Airport, this innovative delicacy wraps delicious gelato in golden milky toast. Originating from Taiwan in 2016, Frozen Heart has gained popularity internationally and aims to replicate its success in Southeast Asia, starting with Singapore.

Each serving is handmade with the finest ingredients, offering a perfect balance of flavours and textures. With a range of flavours, including classics and local favourites, customers can indulge in these pockets of happiness starting at S$3.80 per piece. Frozen Heart also offers creamy and delectable Gelato Cups in various enticing flavours.

Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, #B2-258, Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore 819666

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CÉ LA VI refreshes its menu, inspired by Chef Maksym Chukanov’s immersive culinary exploration of Singapore’s diverse flavours.

Driven by an enduring love for Singapore’s cultural heritage and its lively tastes, Chef Maksym presents his unique take on the nation’s beloved dishes. His focus on sustainability is evident through the meticulous selection of top-notch ingredients, expertly prepared to transport your senses to the very heart of Singapore’s dynamic gastronomic landscape.

AVENUE ONE has tried a few items in the menu and there are several highlights.

ce la vi Japanese Amela tomato
Japanese Amela Tomato

From the starters menu, the Japanese Amela Tomato may not catch your attention immediately but its flavour will certainly have you perking up instantly. This refreshing dish is tossed in extra virgin olive oil and fleur de sel, served with tomato consommé, and basil oil and garnished with borage and summer savoury.

If you’re wondering why this tastes so good, it’s because Japanese Amela tomato is the highest grade of all sweet tomatoes and its sugar level and nutrition are condensed inside despite the size being 1/3 compared to normal tomatoes.

If you’re looking for a main course from the refreshed menu, there are several we recommend.

Prefer a hearty option? The Stanbroke Black Angus Striploin that’s grilled over charcoal and served alongside port wine jus will be it.

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Canadian Lobster Tail

The Canadian Lobster Tail that’s pan-seared and charcoal-grilled is another satisfying option. This is served above a yellow dhal risotto and aromatic foam curry, made from Japanese pumpkin, and garnished with vibrant orange cosmos.

ce la vi ravioli

The Ravioli is one of our personal favourites. This comes with Japanese pumpkin filling instead of potato and is wrapped in wanton skin. Then, it’s served with curry foam and picked pumpkin to complete its Asian twist.

ce la vi kinmedai

For something that reminds you of Singapore, consider the Kinmedai, which is served with laksa sauce. The crispy dish is also garnished with ginger flower pickled in white balsamic vinegar, sugar, and a drizzle of prawn oil.

ce la vi chocolate mousse
Chocolate Miso

Round up your meal with a dessert. The Chocolate Miso is a decadent option that we highly recommend.

This features creamy frozen chocolate mousse balanced with the savoury miso caramel. Macadamia praline is incorporated into the ice cream, which lends a slight toastiness.

Address: 1 Bayfront Avenue, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, Singapore 018971
Reservations: Chope

Hitoyoshi Yakiniku

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A new Japanese-style barbecue spot, Hitoyoshi Yakiniku offers an authentic and premium dining experience with high-quality meat.

Known for their A5 Miyazaki Wagyu Beef, a premium beef that’s highly regarded as “Japan’s number one beef”, Hitoyoshi Yakiniku offers Miyazakigyu for both lunch and dinner buffets

In addition to Miyazakigyu, Hitoyoshi Yakiniku also offers a buffet menu featuring U.S. Black Angus Beef that’s known to be tender, juicy, flavourful, and exceptional in marbling.

For those who prefer smaller portions, Hitoyoshi Yakiniku also offers set meals that are still guaranteed to satisfy your taste buds.

When AVENUE ONE visited Hitoyoshi Yakiniku to try selected items from its menu, the Miyazaki A5 beef was certainly the highlight. With impressive marbling and a tender texture, the beef melts in the mouth and worth savouring

Besides this, the Iberico Belly was also delicious, and will certainly delight meat-lovers. These are cut into thin slices for easy chewing and are flavourful enough for a hearty experience.

If you visit, we’ll highly recommend that you go for its amazing meat selection and if you’re willing to spend time doing the barbecuing and not feel peckish, you can give its sides and appetisers a miss.

In case you’d like to enjoy these premium cuts of meat at home, Hitoyoshi Yakiniku also has an online store that offers same-day delivery for orders made before 12pm. There’s currently ongoing promotions in the store, but you can use HITO20 under its store voucher when you check out to secure an additional 20% off.

Address: 380 – 382 Upper Bukit Timah Road, The Rail Mall, Singapore 678040
Price: A5 Miyazaki Wagyu Buffet at S$98.80++ | U.S. Black Angus Buffet at S$56.80++
Reservations: Oddle


Province_Into the Garden

Intimate eight-seater restaurant Province has opened up along Joo Chiat Road, and serves as a platform for the discovery of produce from Southeast Asia.

Under the leadership of chef-owner Law Jia-Jun, Province refreshes its menu every four months, with dishes that highlights ingredients grown and sourced from the region. These include common produce like carrots and sweet potatoes, familiar favourites like buah keluak, coconut, and soursop, as well as rare spices like mahlesa, a wild spice found in mountainous regions of Northern Thailand.

To make sure that these ingredients take centre stage, each dish is made up of just five components. For instance, Tubers, which is one of Chef Law’s favourite dishes on the menu features native white and Japanese sweet potatoes that are grown in Chiang Rai. These are slow
roasted and allowed to rest overnight, before they are sliced into cubes and deep fried in duck fat.

Native orange sweet potatoes are also made into gnocchi, steamed, and then glazed with chicken stock.

Besides its food menu, its drinks menu also stays true to Chef Law’s goal of highlighting the best from the region. The drinks menu features a range of craft beers from the Singaporean-owned and -runned Niang Brewery, as well as well-balanced wines from often understated vineyards.

For a good sample of the fresh seasonal ingredients and flavours at Province, go for the seven-course prix-fixe menu that’s priced at S$138++.

Address: 153 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427431
Reservations: Chope



A newly opened authentic Moroccan tapas and cocktail bar with a contemporary twist, Tajine offers meticulously handmade and slow-cooked dishes that celebrate Morocco’s rich culinary heritage and culture.

Highlights include the Mixed Platter with vegetable options, Kefta, Tangia Marrakchia, and Couscous Royal. Tajine also offers Méchoui, a slow-braised lamb shoulder, and delightful desserts like frozen Sorbet and Cornes De Gazelles cookies.

Helmed by Executive Chef Remy Carmignani, who gained in-depth knowledge of Moroccan cuisine during his time in Morocco, Tajine aims to dish out authentic and generous renditions of Moroccan classics. The cocktail menu offers Moroccan-inspired creations like Sumactini, Marrakesh, Queen of the Roses, Mo-Tea-To, and Mesmeric Potion, as well as The Beast for those seeking a more complex flavour.

Tajine’s inviting ambience is brought to life by soft golden lighting, intricate arabesque walls, and panoramic neighborhood views. Founder Olivier Bendel’s unwavering commitment to showcasing Morocco’s culinary heritage is evident in every bite at Tajine, making it a must-visit destination for gastronomes and cocktail aficionados alike.

Address: 18 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238967
Reservations: Chope

Eden Restaurant

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Opened in the new Pullman Singapore Orchard, Eden Restaurant offers a unique dining experience with modern Asian culinary artistry, transporting diners across Asia through refined and reimagined dishes that pay homage to Asian heritage.

The restaurant is situated in a stunning green-filled glasshouse, providing a serene atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of Orchard Road.

The menu at Eden Restaurant offers a range of appetisers, mains, and desserts that showcase the diverse flavours and ingredients of Asia.

For starters, guests can indulge in vibrant and fresh dishes such as Tuna Ceviche with Ikura, inspired by the beloved Koi Pla from northeast Thailand, featuring yellowfin tuna marinated in a citrus-based mixture and served with a creamy coconut sauce infused with kaffir lime leaves and finger lime for a burst of citrusy flavour.

For mains, the menu offers a variety of options including Satay Lamb Rack, a delicious take on the traditional favourite Lamb Satay, where lamb racks are marinated in a fragrant blend of spices and grilled to perfection, served with charred broccolini and homemade peanut sauce.

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Salmon Spicy Coconut

The Salmon Spicy Coconut is another highlight, featuring perfectly seared, tender salmon in a spicy coconut curry sauce with a crispy skin, offering a journey through layers of flavours from the delicate fish to the bold spices and luxurious creaminess of the coconut milk. Other popular mains include Steamed Atlantic Cod Fillet, Grilled Coriander & Garlic Chicken, and Crusted Grilled Pork.

For those seeking a more adventurous dining experience, The Destination section of the menu offers the juicy grain-fed Szechuan T-Bone Steak, perfect for those who love bold and exciting flavours. The steak is marinated with a homemade blend of exotic Szechuan spices, offering a symphony of sweet and savoury notes with a tingling sensation in every succulent bite.

To round off the meal, The Sweet Memories section of the menu offers signature desserts such as White Sesame Hokkaido Milk Puff, featuring fried sesame puffs filled with creamy Hokkaido milk and served with lemon curd, or Coconut Pandan Tart accompanied by kaffir lime ice cream, and refreshing Lemongrass & Ginger Jelly.

The cocktail program at Eden Restaurant is also noteworthy, with well-crafted cocktails that pay homage to Asian traditions, featuring artisanal spirits from Orientalist Spirits and the finest regional ingredients. Best-selling cocktails include 50 Shades of Red, The Originals, and Kelapa Club, each priced at S$19++.

In addition to the a la carte menu, Eden Restaurant also offers a two-course Set Lunch priced at S$35++ for a choice of main, dessert, and a refreshing drink.

Address: 370 Orchard Road, Level 4, Pullman Singapore Orchard, Singapore 238857
Reservations: Chope


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Newly-opened kaiseki restaurant, iKKAGOYO, promises an exquisite experience that marries authenticity and creativity.

Helming the kitchen is Chef-Owner Mitsutaka Sakamoto from Hyogo, Japan, who has conjured an exquisite and innovative menu that celebrates the finest, seasonal ingredients that are in shun, or at their peak freshness.

The prix fixe menu (S$338++ per person) of 12 intricate courses showcases Chef Sakamoto’s finesse and flair, all presented harmoniously on carefully-selected tableware, with select courses prepared a la minute in front of the diner.

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Highlights include a sea bream that’s topped with leeks and minty kinome leaves, immersed in a wholesome broth prepared with prized Rishiri kelp and freshly-shaved katsuobushi (skipjack tuna flakes) and magurobushi (bluefin tuna flakes), as well as the hassun (seasonal platter)that may include a velvety ankimo (monkfish) liver that’s served after a two-hour preparation process.

Address: 115 Amoy Street, #01-04, Singapore 068835
Reservations: Toreta Asia


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Avocado Bar

Estate’s Sunday Champagne Brunch gets a refreshing upgrade with an even wider selection of fresh seafood, including Maine lobsters and snow crabs.

Love oysters? Indulge in a Live Oyster Bar with Canadian, Irish, and Fine de Claire oysters. And if you’re a cheese-lover, head to the Cheese Station, offering 32 types of premium cheeses to pair with cured meats like Prosciutto di Parma and Iberico Ham.

The highlight of the brunch is probably the Avocado Bar, where fans of the fruit can enjoy a variety of avocado-inspired dishes like Avocado and Cucumber Gazpacho and Avocado Hummus.

The refreshed brunch also includes new Western and modern Asian dishes, such as Homemade Orecchiette with locally grown mushrooms and Wagyu Beef Rossini with pan-fried foie gras. Asian classics like Roasted Kurobuta Char Siew Noodle and Crispy River Prawn Tempura are also available.

Meat lovers can indulge in sausages at the Sausage and Shawarma Station, and enjoy dishes like Whole Wagyu Prime Rib and Whole Roasted Lamb at the Carving Station. Dessert options abound with Estate’s Chocolate Cake, Sour Cherry Tea Cakes, and unique dessert jars like Lychee Sakura Velvet and Coconut Pineapple Pannacotta.

For young diners, Estate offers endless fun with colouring, canvas painting, classic board games, and traditional Singaporean childhood games.

Delicious food options like chicken popcorn and penne pasta, as well as a live cotton candy station, are available to delight kids.

Bottomless booze is also available with a top-up fee, including the luxurious Magnum Château d’Esclans Whispering Angel Rosé, making Estate’s Sunday Champagne Brunch a perfect indulgence for the whole family.

Address: 333 Orchard Road, Level 5, Singapore 238867
Availability: Every Sunday, 12pm to 3pm
Price: S$158++ per adult, top up S$50++ for free flow Champagne package and S$70++ for free flow Premium Champagne Package
Reservations: Chope

Bedrock Origin

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Bedrock Origin’s The Great Beef & Reef Series is back for its second edition in 2023, showcasing the best of America’s land and sea produce.

From 19 April to 31 July 2023, diners can indulge in a six-course Dinner Tasting Menu priced at S$168++ per person, or add S$49++ for Siberian Caviar.

For an elevated experience, a curated five-wine pairing with wines from The Prisoner Wine Company can be added for S$78++. During the launch dinner on 19 April 2023, a complimentary six-wine pairing is included with any order of The Beef & Reef Series menus.

The culinary journey kicks off with the Scallop & Lobster Tartare, featuring wild-caught Atlantic Sea scallops and Boston lobsters.

The next dish presents the Duo of American Oysters – Oyster Rockefeller and Oyster Casino, prepared in two distinct styles.

Moving on to the third course, diners can savour the Duck Maryland Cigar sourced from Maple Leaf Farm in Indiana, known for rearing high-quality cage-free ducks that are free of hormones and antibiotics, ensuring natural flavours.

The fourth course of the evening is the Applewood Smoked Lamb Ribs, showcasing 120-gram Colorado grain-fed lamb ribs.

The fifth course features the 100% Fullblood Tajima Black Olive Fed Wagyu Striploin, spotlighting Wagyu produced on the most prestigious Wagyu farm in America, Umami Olive Fed Wagyu located in Texas.

The journey concludes on a high note with the Bourbon Masala Poached Pear, highlighting Packham pears soaked in Woodford Reserve Bourbon Whiskey from Kentucky and a blend of warm masala spices.

Address: 23 Beach View, Palawan Ridge, #01-02, Oasia Resort Sentosa Hotel,  Singapore 098679
Availability: 19 April to 31 July
Reservations: Chope

NOKA by Tippling Club

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Scallop Snow Crab

NOKA by Tippling Club launches a seven-course lunch omakase at an affordable price of S$80++.

This innovative dining experience deviates from traditional Japanese omakase, showcasing the flavours and textures of modern Japanese fare.

The menu features expertly curated dishes such as Scallop Snow Crab with seared scallop and Japanese snow crab, sashimi courses of Hirame and Amaebi, Gindara Saikyo Miso with seared and oven-roasted black cod, Unagi Rice Cracker with glazed eel and pan-seared rice cracker, and Negitoro Monaka with minced bluefin tuna, wasabi, avocado, and sushi rice.

To round up the meal, the dining experience ends with a selection of Seasonal Japanese Fruits.

Address: 109 North Bridge Road, #07-38 (Lift Lobby A), Funan, Singapore 179097
Price: S$80++
Reservations: Chope


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Photo credit: John Heng / Da Photographer

The Front Yard Barbecue at NAE:UM, curated by Chef Louis Han, brings together the essence of Korean cuisine and the spirit of togetherness. Drawing on his memories of barbecue gatherings back home in Korea, Chef Louis presents a Classic and Signature tasting menu that showcases the rich flavours of barbecue food while incorporating contemporary twists.

The Signature menu features Chef Louis’s signature creations, including the ‘duckgalbi’ snack, ‘somyeon’ noodles dish, and ‘kkul hotteok’ dessert, adding an element of surprise and innovation to the meal. These re-inventions showcase Chef Louis’s culinary expertise and creativity, offering a fresh take on familiar Korean flavours.

The Front Yard Barbecue is not just about the food, but also about the experience of dining together. The lively atmosphere with glasses clinking, animated chatter, and drinking games creates a sense of camaraderie among diners, building the Korean concept of ‘jeong’ – the feeling of a strong connection between people.

Address: 161 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068615
Prices: Classic menu (dinner) offers six courses and is priced at S$198++ | Signature menu (dinner) offers eight courses and is priced at S$258++ | Recollection tasting menu (lunch) is priced at S$188++ | Signature menu (lunch) is priced at S$238++

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

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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

Seize The Moo-ment, $24
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.

FC Omakase - Group - S4

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

Les Jardin du Sofitel - A La Carte Sweets

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

Rempapa Heritage Food Festival 2023

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