From hearty Spanish and Mediterranean breakfasts to greasy soul food, we’ve put together a list of some of Singapore’s new-to-recent F&B openings.
This cafe serves a hearty brunch in the heart of Jalan Besar. Feast on dishes that are inspired by traditional fare from other countries, such as the Mediterranean Shakshuka dish consisting of eggs baked in tomato stew with feta cheese and dukkah, or a Spanish spread of fried eggs, Jamon slices and potatoes.
Foodies looking for an exclusive gastronomical experience can opt for their western omakase service, which serves at least two.
11 Hamilton Road, Jalan Besar
Opening hours: 9am-10pm
The popular Japanese food chain Sushi Tei recently launched a new concept focusing on grilled meat and seafood, otherwise known as kushiyaki. Ingredient options include chicken thigh, gizzard, heart, asparagus, shitake, and pork cheek.
290 Orchard Rd
Opening hours: 6pm onward
The Blue Ginger
Fans of refined Peranakan food can look forward to more authentic dishes from The Blue Ginger’s second outlet at the Great World shopping center. This is the brand’s first expansion in 25 years and offers new additions to the menu that include Ngo Heong, which is deep-fried meat pork and prawn roll, and Hee peow soup, which is a clear broth made with fish maw.
#01-106, Great World
1 Kim Seng Promenade
Opening hours: 11am-10pm on weekends and holidays; 11am-3pm for lunch and 6pm-10pm for dinner on weekdays
Chun Fun How
Another bubble tea franchise is slated to open in Singapore this month. Taiwanese bubble tea brand Chun Fun How promises “Instagram-worthy” bubble teas at its yet-to-open Esplanade Mall. Specialty flavors include Four Seasons Oolong Tea and a variety of drinks made with aloe vera, sweet potato, and winter melon. Look out for their official opening announcement on their pages.
#02-13 The Esplanade Mall
8 Raffles Avenue
Another Italian restaurant has landed in Kampong Glam with an extensive menu featuring classics like seafood risotto, pizzas, as well as meaty mains like breaded veal. No pork dishes here since it’s a Muslim-owned eatery.
28 Bali Lane
Opening hours: 11:30am-3pm and 5:30pm-10pm on weekdays;
11:30am-10pm on weekends.
New at Picnic Food Park
The Picnic Food Park food hall at Wisma Atria has added three new F&B outlets at its premises, they are Brother Cheng’s Chicken Rice, Kumo Keiki, and Daifuku by Seizan. Riz Labo Kitchen serves fluffy gluten-free pancakes made with rice flour while Daifuku, as the name suggests, sells the popular Japanese confectionary.
#03-15 Wisma Atria
435 Orchard Rd
The Coyote Ugly bar known for its entertaining bar-top dancers has landed in Singapore’s Clarke Quay nightlife center. But few people know that its kitchen serves decent crispy fried chicken and juicy burgers with meat options like pulled pork. Not forgetting a wide variety of liquors and beers to keep you dancing all night long. Remember, only women are allowed to dance on the bars.
3B River Valley Road
#01-08, Clarke Quay Block B
Opening hours: 5pm-3am
If the sound of belacan potato cubes, crackling siew yoke, and har cheong gai wings makes you salivate, then we suggest you go down the road toward Route 65. The new bar-restaurant is serving modern dishes with flavors that will make you feel at home with the exception of live music.
#01-434, Suntec City North Wing
3 Temasek Boulevard
Opening hours: 11:30am-1am
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Editor’s note: Riz Labo Kitchen at Picnic Food Park has been renamed to Kumo Keiki following management changes.
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