13 new menus and restaurants to check out in September if you’re looking for a brand-new gastronomic experience

You may love that sushi bar or K-BBQ restaurant and call it your favourite hangout, but you may not want to visit it four times in a month.

Why not change up your next dining spot in September and take your taste buds on a blissful gastronomic escapade? From buffets to fast food chains, our curation of 13 latest menus and new restaurants will have you load up on some of the most exciting cuisines.

1. Gordon Grill launches new German set menus for a limited time

While we might not be able to travel anytime soon for the remaining of 2020, good thing Singapore’s a melting pot of cultures especially when it comes to food!

Whisk your tastebuds away on a trip to Europe with a thrilling exploration of German flavours at Gordon Grill – once known as Teutonia Club in the 1900s.

From now till 21 September, tuck in to an exemplary selection of notable German dishes in a three-course or four-course set menu or a five-course degustation for a truly indulgent experience.

Crispy Bavarian Pork Belly with Dark Beer – Caraway Gravy, Braised Savoy Cabbage and Mini Bread Dumplings
Australian Wagyu Beef Fillet Mignon, Grilled White Asparagus, Béarnaise Sauce and Potato Gratin

Highlights include the luxurious picks available as starters, with the Seared Atlantic Scallops with smoked Black Forest Ham and Brown Mushroom Ragout with hollandaise sauce and the Bavarian Sauerkraut Soup. 

As for the main course, the classic flavours of Bavaria are served with the Crispy Pork Belly, and a buttery explosion of flavours with the Australian Wagyu. Gordon Grill is also serving exceptional cuisine from the North with Pan-seared Halibut Fillet with Mustard Dill Veloute and yellowfin tuna.

Savour the exquisite flavours of Northern Germany in dessert with a luscious serving of red currant jelly Red Grits paired with bourbon vanilla sauce. Also available is the decadent Dark Cherry Crumble Cheesecake with Hazelnut Ice Cream that’s sure to satiate and satisfy.

Red Grits – served with a luscious bourbon vanilla sauce

Courses include appetiser, soup, main course, and dessert (if applicable). Prices start at S$68++ per person. You can view the full menu and place reservations online.

Gordon Grill is located at 22 Scotts Road, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221.

2. Starbucks adds vegan options to its menu

Didn’t manage to catch the Impossible Rendang Pie by Starbucks earlier this June? No worries, the coffee house is back again this month with two new food items – the Impossible Pasta Salad Bowl and Impossible Pie. And this time, these additions are staying for good.

Following increasing demands for plant-based choices, Starbucks remains committed to expanding their environmentally friendly menu in a bid to contribute positively to global food system sustainability.

With the two items available all year round, Starbucks is one step closer to their global aspiration of becoming a more resource-positive company as well.

The Impossible Pie features ground Impossible Burger within a savoury medley of flavours, encased in buttery, flaky short-crust pastry. The salad bowl on the other hand is a vibrant toss of fusilli pasta and greens amongst Impossible meatballs, served with a soy sesame dressing.

According to Patrick Kwok, general manager, Starbucks Singapore, we can look forward to handcrafted beverages with plant-based options in the coming months. We’re definitely keeping our eyes peeled for them!

The new menu is available at all Starbucks stores across Singapore and for delivery through Deliveroo, Foodpanda, and GrabFood.

3. Green Monday’s collaborations offer easier access to plant-based diets

Speaking of plant-based food items, award-winning social venture platform, Green Monday is collaborating with PizzaExpress and local chain Daily Green to enable easier access to a plant-based diet.

The social enterprise, also creators of OmniMeat (the game-changing all-purpose plant-based meat analogue), is working with local hawker Daily Green to roll out two of their best-selling Chinese dishes – the OmniMeat Vegetarian Porridge (S$4.20) and OmniMeat Signature Vegetarian Noodles (S$4.80).

Daily Green is located at 217 Bedok North Street 1, 721 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, and 501 West Coast Drive. 

For some Italian fare, PizzaExpress is introducing the new Heura Pollo Forza, a modified version of the pizzeria’s signature hot chilli chicken classic, made with Heura – a 100% plant-based chicken-substitute. This new addition comes in two variants: vegetarian mozzarella pizza (S$25.00++) and vegan pizza with Daiya cheese (S$28.00++).

Available for dine-in across all outlets and delivery islandwide.

Green Monday will also be releasing a heart-warming content series starring fellow advocates Madam Som Said, Malay dance pioneer, Artistic Director of Sri Warisan Performing Arts and renowned cultural Medallion recipient, Chef Louie Moong, Head Chef of PizzaExpress Singapore, Chef Raymond Khoo, Owner & Executive Chef of The Peranakan, and Chef John Lim, Founder of Daily Green to encourage the public to adopt plant-based eating every Monday.

These inspiring short stories can be found on Green Monday’s YouTube and Facebook, do check them out!

4. Potato Head Singapore offers S$19 lunch promos

Feeling a little peckish for a mid-week treat? Look forward to one without breaking the bank with this exclusive S$19 lunch promotion available for delivery or takeaway!

Tuck in to Potato Head Singapore’s most popular burgers and hotdogs alongside a generous serving of house fries or salad and signature house lemonade or soft drink of choice.

Featuring the Truffle Hound dawg topped with garlic miso butter, roasted portobello mushroom, truffle aioli, melted truffle cheese, and truffle oil and The Roots, a hefty burger made with bespoke toasted mango four bun, cheese fritter, and Big Poppa’s hot sauce and mayo.

Finish off with an indulgent velvety custard balanced with a blend of dark and milk chocolate with just a S$4 top-up. We don’t know about you but that sounds like a pretty good deal for a solo lunch!

Available for delivery and takeaway from Potato Head Singapore Monday to Friday, 11am to 4pm. Delivery available on Oddle, Deliveroo, GrabFood, and Foodpanda.

The same promotion is also available at Three Buns Quayside.

Potato Head Singapore is located at 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143.

5. Three Buns Quayside offers an array of weekday promos

Make every night drinks night with Three Buns Quayside’s exciting array of weekday promotions. From Dirty Tuesdays to Fries Before Guys Wednesdays to Bros Before Foes Thursdays, signature cocktails and house beverages are up for grabs alongside mouth-watering gourmet sliders and fries!

Enjoy “Shaken, not stirred” dirty, lychee, espresso, apple or vesper martinis every Tuesday, 5pm to 10pm at just S$9.90++ and if you happen to identify as a guy, enjoy free flow bevvies including mixers, house wine, and draught beer every Thursday, 5pm to 8pm at S$59.90++!

Or if you’d like it, have a Gin-credible time with GinMeUpCalmMeDown any time during the weekday! Head over to Three Buns’ website to check out the full details!

What’s more! Three Buns by Potato Head has also launched a new corporate menu serving gourmet burger favourites and unique sides. Reach out to [email protected] to discuss corporate menu options and pricing directly.

Three Buns is located at 60 Robertson Quay, #01-01 Singapore 238252. 

6. CÉ LA VI introduces BAO by CÉ LA VI

Constantly finding yourself torn between the flavours the east and the west have to offer? Ponder no more as BAO by CÉ LA VI opens its doors in Singapore, offering a tantalising fusion between the Asian bao and Western burgers!

Following its successful launch at CÉ LA VI Tokyo, this new fast and casual dining concept introduces inspiring flavours from across Asia, featuring seven Bao combinations now available right here at the SkyBar at Marina Bay Sands.

We’re calling dibs on the Black Angus BBQ Beef (SS$16) as well as the Iberico Pork Char Siu (S$18)!

Find tons of other savoury bites such as the Crispy Pork Belly Dumplings with ginger, garlic and chilli oil (SS$18) and Boneless Korean Fried Chicken with crushed peanuts, sesame seeds and yoghurt (SS$18) as well!

Special launch promotion! CÉ LA VI is offering a super value deal of a Bao and beer for S$25, with a selection of the Iberico Pork Char Siu or Sichuan Eggplant bao paired with Asahi Super Dry. Get it while it’s still available!

BAO by CÉ LA VI is open for dine-in, self-collection and delivery on Foodpanda, Grab, and Oddle.

BAO is located at 1 Bayfront Avenue Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 3, Singapore 018971.

7. Edge reopens and serves up à la carte buffet

From non-stop platters of fresh seafood to the splendid display of dessert selections, boy, are we missing the joys of a free flow buffet!

But guess what? Award-winning dining restaurant, Edge, has reopened with a brand new dine-in experience, serving up an epicurean à la carte buffet available Friday through Sunday for lunch and dinner to satisfy all our insatiable cravings all at one go!

Featuring over 50 gourmet international delicacies from the likes of fresh seafood, sashimi platters, barbecued delights, homemade pastas, and a visual spectacle of desserts, indulge yourself in a dining extravaganza unlike anything before!

Full menu of Edge can be found here.

Rest assured and dine-in with a peace of mind as the ‘Pan Pacific Cares’ Programme takes care of cleaning standards and protocols as well as implement safety measures.

Three signature restaurants at Pan Pacific are reopening its doors as well, including Cantonese restaurant Hai Tien Lo, premium Japanese restaurant Keyaki, and Pacific Marketplace which offers an array of international and heritage-inspired local creations.

Pan Pacific is located at 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595.

8. W Singapore introduces Saturday BBQ nights

Up your sizzle game this weekend as W Singapore brings to the table the new Saturday BBQ Sizzle feast, inspired by the South American barbecue culture.

Expect premium cuts and the freshest catch grilled before your eyes in an impression display of smokey meats: Grilled Iberico Pork Secreto, Whole Red Snapper, Lobster and King Prawns, Black Angus Sirloin, Lamb Rack, and Chicken Thigh in a Churrasco style.

Mark our words, you’ll be spoiled for choice!

Tuck in to unique and hearty sides like the Octopus Laksa and selections from the carving station as well and finish with a Cookie & Ice-cream Sandwich and a slice of Cinnamon & Almond Tres Leche Cake for a sweet ending!

W Singapore is located at 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374. Prices start at S$80++ per adult. 

9. Butter Bean opens at Funan Mall with a creative concept

If this isn’t the newest and most Instagrammable F&B addition we’ve seen in a while, drinks on us. Or rather, beans on us.

This coffeehouse creative concept unveiled its first ever outlet at Funan Mall just last Friday with a welcoming yellow 45-seat interior and faux tree for a refreshing touch, and we’re expecting a crowd at its second opening at VivoCity sometime soon in September.

Redefining traditional Nanyang coffee for the lifestyle of the younger generation, Butter Bean seeks to provide a social space centred on good vibes, conversations, and connection with its contemporary menu of coffee-based beverages and reinterpretations of several well-loved Singaporean dishes, bakes, and sandwiches.

Featuring G.M. Kopi BBliss (S$3.50), Hey You Hae Mee (S$6.80), and popular local and international beverages (S$3.50 and below), including the sweet BB Rose, a classic Lime Aiyu, and refreshing Lychee Orange Tea.

Here are the buys we’re all secretly hoping to Instagram – the BBrûlée Kopi Latte (S$3.20) and eight palatable toast options.

The inch-thick signature butter loaf slices (from S$2.80) carry an unparalleled multitude of flavours, from the classic PB&J to Milky Milo.

Opening promotion! From now till 3 September, enjoy S$5 sandwich sets from 8am to 10am and 30% off all main sets from 11am to 2pm, and 5pm to 8pm. In addition, receive an exclusive offer for mobile orders, with a FREE bun for every minimum spending of S$8. Head over to the website for more details.

Butter Bean is located at 109 North Bridge Rd, #01-01 Funan Mall, Singapore 179105.

10. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse launches new Italian menu

For all steak lovers out there, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is about to become your go-to option for top quality steak on the occasional special day!

This month, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse has launched The Italian, as a nod to the intrinsic link between Italian and American cuisines. The new tasting menu expertly pairs juicy cuts of USDA Prime Black Angus Beef with the finest Italian wines for your utmost indulgence.

But before main course is served, whet your appetite with some fresh Fine De Claire Oysters paired with IS Argiolas Vermentino 2018, for the complete Mediterranean experience. The wine’s slight acidity works wonderfully with the nutty and salty flavour of the oysters.

Three cuts of Wolfgang’s famous USDA Prime steak will be served, namely the USDA Prime Sirloin Steak paired with a Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2014, a USDA Prime Ribeye Steak paired with Tuscan Il Carbonaione 2012, and USDA Prime Tenderloin Steak paired with Gianni Gagliardo Barolo 2014.

For dessert, enjoy a slice of decadent New York Style Cheesecake with the citrusy Villa M Bianco NV from Piedmont.

The Italian menu will be available for lunch and dinner from 6 September onwards. Prices start at S$280++ per person.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore is located at 1 Nanson Road, #02-01, InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay. For more information, visit Wolfgang’s Steakhouse online

11. Xperience Restaurant rewards September babies with The Karl Xperience

Know a September baby or perhaps you’re one yourself? Enjoy a three-course set for FREE* when you dine-in at Xperience Restaurant this month!

In celebration of legendary creative director Karl Lagerfeld’s 87th birthday and his collaboration with SO in designing the Lion’s Seal emblem, SO/ Singapore is proud to present an exclusive all-black menu. This exclusive menu features a three-course set and two hours of free-flow wine, beers, Taittinger brut, and gin. Not to mention a take-home gift by Karl Lagerfeld himself!

Sounds good? Wait till you hear the creative dishes specially curated for you by culinary designer Hong Dingzhao. From just S$55, enjoy mains ranging from Tuna Tataki with black bean hummus, to Squid Ink Risotto. Also available is the Squid Ink Spaghetti.

Finish up with a house-made SO/ Burnt cheesecake for the perfect experience this September!

SO/ Singapore is located at 35 Robinson Road, Singapore 068876. For more information, head over to SO/ Singapore online

*Eligible when dining with four paying adults

12. Texas Chicken launches limited edition Buttery Popcorn Crunch Chicken

Ah, fried chicken lovers, rejoice! We’ve got a good one on the list for you.

Texas Chicken is bringing the crunch to you with the newly-launched Buttery Popcorn Crunch Chicken from now till 7 October as part of a limited edition menu!

Savour the original 100% fresh chicken, now coated with a crispy breading of perfectly popped crunchy, savoury corn kernels, every bit just. gets. crunchier.

Available in two (from S$10.40) and five-piece (from S$27.90) set meals for dine-in or takeaway at all outlets islandwide, and an exclusive eight-piece set meal (from S$50.90) on Foodpanda, GrabFood, Deliveroo, and Texas Chicken online.

Promotion! Enjoy S$1 off with every payment made with OCBC Pay Anyone with a minimum spending of S$10 in a single receipt. Enjoy 10% off using promo code ‘POP10F’ when you spend S$30 on delivery orders via Texas Chicken online.

13. Heart of Darkness reopens at a new location

Get ready to #enterthedarkness in the new bigger, better and more badass-looking location of Heart of Darkness, Saigon’s award-winning craft beer brewery.

Reopening its doors at Keong Saik Road, Heart of Darkness will present the same vibes and hospitality from the international brewery that produces over 100 new beers a year! Guests can now enjoy over 25 different unique craft beers on tap along with a wide variety of wines, innovative beer cocktails, and delicious small bites.

Tahitian Brûlée and Fish & Chips Tacos

In the heart of the taproom lies the focal point of the entire space – a magnificent wall mural of a Dragon and Merlion intertwined over a setting sun. Designed in a collaborative nature between Vietnam and Singapore, local Singaporean visual artist Tobyato pays homage to the iconic Vietnam brewery in the Singapore bar with the fusion of identities through this illustration.

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Presenting the full mural at @heartofdarkness_sg. Created in the iconic Heart of Darkness brand visual style, this mural embodies the collaborative nature between Vietnam and Singapore. The artwork features a dragon and a merlion, representing Vietnam and Singapore respectively. The creatures are depicted intertwined over a setting sun, emphasising the collaboration between the two countries. As one of Vietnam’s national colours, yellow is intentionally chosen as the primary colour for the mural, to pay homage to the iconic Vietnam brewery in a Singapore bar space. Thank you for the oppurtunity @heartofdarknessbrewery! 📸: @thesnappingturtle_ Mural assisted by @yusriyusoff14 @limclarita @chiachiambo @unusualfelines @peasaim0nster @southeastasian

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Let loose and unwind this weekend at Heart of Darkness 2.0.

Heart of Darkness is located at 1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109. For more information, head over to Heart of Darkness online

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