Snippets: New and Buzzing Singapore Restaurants in March 2019

New Restaurants

Pasta Bar
Located at Keong Saik Road few doors down from The Guild, the few weeks old Pasta Bar is a pretty open concept kitchen and restaurant space which focuses on none other than Italian pastas. The space takes reference from traditional pasta bars in Italy, with 16 bar counter seats where you can watch the chefs at play in the kitchen. The restaurant is helmed by Genova-born Chef Alessandro Guisetti, with precious culinary stint like Garibaldi. You can’t miss the hanging pastas at the counter the moment you enter the restaurant. Other than counter seats, there are also eight tables for bigger groups. [Read more here…]
Address: 55 Keong Saik Road, #01-05, Singapore 089158

Subrosa Private Dining
Located right beside Char restaurant, Subrosa Private Dining restaurant stems from Latin language, which means under the rose. The idea is to create a private dining experience for guests in a restaurant setting as opposed to private home dining, where there is no walk-ins and reservations have to made 48 hours in advance – although we have heard this has changed in recent weeks, walk-ins are now welcomed. The cuisine here traversed east and west, with a focus on fresh and locally sourced ingredients where possible. There is no ala carte menu, with 5-course and 7-course from S$108++ and S$148++. [Read more here…]
Address: 369 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208997

Xi Yan Katong
First tried Xi Yan Private Dining at Craig Road few years ago, and found the dishes to be quite unique in terms of flavours. It opened its first casual dining concept Xi Yan Shaw back in 2014, and it is long overdue for the group to finally open its second casual dining space Xi Yan Katong at I12 Katong in the east of Singapore. The space of Xi Yan Katong at level two of the mall is pretty open concept, though one element which retained its character is the selection of contemporary paintings. [Read more here…]
Address: 112 East Coast Road, #02-06, Singapore 428802

Taking over the space of what used to be Guan Dynasty, Duckland is the newest concept by TungLok Group which focuses on casual dining. The restaurant is located on the basement of United Square in Novena, with a casual and contemporary space. Even though the restaurant is called Duckland, the menu is more than just ducks. Irish ingredients are the main highlight at Duckland, where you get Irish ducks on the menu, as well as other dishes like the lamb stew which uses Irish lamb. [Read more here…]
Address: United Square Shopping Mall, B1-09&64/65, Singapore 307591

Opened few weeks ago at Oxley Tower at Robinson Road, Minka is a relatively small Japanese Kaisendon restaurant in the CBD located at level one of the office building. Prices start from S$13 during lunch, where the menu is predominantly focused on kaisendon. You get to choose from various combinations of sashimi and rice, from regular size to premium dons which are bigger in portion. That aside, there are also options like Beef Don if you prefer something meaty.  In the evening, I understand from the staff that the restaurant offers Omakase along with some dishes from the lunch menu. [Read more here…]
Address: 138 Robinson Road, Oxley Tower, #01-06, Singapore 068906

Buzzing Restaurants

Kilo Kitchen opens in Duxton
From Kallang, Kilo Kitchen has moved into Duxton Road since late December last year. Now fully settled in, Kilo Kitchen welcomes back its original culinary team which got it started. With executive chef Manel Valero back, expect that same standards in food that made Kilo famous. Of course, there was something special about Kilo’s original location at Kallang, that will forever be missing at their new location. [Read our review…]
Address: 97 Duxton Road, Singapore 089541

Baan Ying introduces The Great Baan Ying Brunch every weekend
Baan Ying started out as a small Thai eatery back at Bangkok’s Siam Square in 1999, before expanding to seven outlets in Bangkok. Singapore is their first overseas outlet, which is a beautiful space in Novena. Other than its usual ala carte menu, their weekend semi-buffet The Great Baan Ying Brunch is priced at S$38++ per person, it includes a buffet spread of 12 to 15 appetisers, sides and desserts on rotation each week. You can then select a main course as part of the semi-buffet, from the likes of Angus Beef Steak to Bone-in Iberico Pork Chop. [Read more here…]Address: 103 Irrawaddy Road, #02-07, Royal Square @ Novena, Singapore 329566

Just S$35 Dim Sum Buffet at Auntie’s Wok and Steam, Andaz Singapore
From just S$35, you get to enjoy dim sum buffet at Andaz Singapore’s Auntie’s Wok and Steam. Expect all the standard Cantonese dim sum selections, and you can select one of the premium item including Lobster Congee, Wagyu Short Rib Mantou Sliders or Scallop Siew Mai. Top up just S$10 for additional premium main course items. There’s even top-up for unlimited Prosecco, wines and beers!
Address: Level 25, 5 Fraser Street, Andaz Singapore, Singapore 189354

Best Affordable Japanese Restaurants in Singapore
Singaporean love of Japanese food is evident from the selections of Japanese concepts we have. We thought you might be interested with our recommendations of some of the best affordable Japanese restaurants in Singapore. Yes, we are looking for the most value-for-money bang-for-the-buck restaurant – let us know if you have any other recommendations too! [Read our review…]
Address: Multiple Locations

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