Snippets: New and Buzzing Singapore Restaurants in October 2019

New Restaurants

Roketto Izakaya
A Mod-Sin casual dining bar concept every evening from Tuesdays to Saturdays featuring Modern Singaporean small bites and sharing plates, Roketto Izakaya is the evening dining concept at the space of Relish at Frasers Tower. Helmed by Chef Willin Low (previously of Wild Rocket), some of our favorite dishes include the likes of the Fish Collagen Broth, Har Jeong Pork Keropok, Nasi Lemak Chicken Wings, Krapow Prata Pizza and you must not leave without having the Wild Rocket Chendol. (Read more here…)
Address: 182 Cecil Street, #02-12/13, Singapore 069547

Seizan Uni Ramen
Uni Ramen sounds like an awesome idea. Located within Picnic Food Park in Wisma Atria, Seizan Uni Ramen is a collaboration between Picnic Food Park and Seizan Tokyo, a two Michelin-starred restaurant in Japan. This is quite possibly the first concept in Singapore to serve Uni Ramen. The space at Picnic is huge, and the Seizan booth occupies a corner of Picnic where there are other food vendors. Ordering is fairly straightforward as you order via a machine, be seated, and collect your ramen once it is ready via a buzzer. (Read more here…)
Address: 435 Orchard Road, Wisma Atria, #03-15, Singapore 238877

Petit Pain
Occupying the space of a small shophouse along Joo Chiat Road, Petit Pain is a few weeks old local start up bakery in the Katong precinct. The minimalist earthy walls and wooden furnishings give me the impression that it is straight out of a Nordic interior magazine, even though it is a really small space. There are only a couple of small tables and a long bench, as most patrons simply grab and go. Expect bakes like croissants, baguettes and other pastries here, including savoury ones. (Read more here…)
Address: 315 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427566

Una Una
An unagi specialty restaurant, Una Una, which is the latest dining concept at Bugis+. The restaurant prides itself at serving the most value for money Unagi Hitsumabushi in Singapore, from S$9.80 onwards. The space of Una Una takes on a Japanese interior where there is a good level of dining privacy for most tables. (Read more here…)
Address: 201 Victoria Street, Bugis+, #04-10, Singapore 188067

Kai Duck
Located on level 5 of Ngee Ann City, the few weeks old Kai Duck is the latest Chinese restaurant concept by the same team behind Kai Garden in Marina Square. The Group Executive Chef Fung Chi Keung used to be the Group Executive Chef for Paradise Group, and I have a good impression of Chef Fung’s creations back at Kai Garden. (Read more here…)
Address: 391 Orchard Road, Ngee Ann City, S#05-10/11, Singapore 238872

Chalerm Thai
Located at Capitol Piazza, Chalerm Thai’s origin story is as poetic as they come; a royal theatre, gifted to the people from the beloved king, giving of stories and memories to all those who enter it. And here, a restaurant named after the famed Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre, right beside the entrance of our very own beloved Capitol Theatre. (Read more here…)
Address: 13 Stamford Road, #01-85, Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski, Singapore 178905

Antea Social
At Jalan Besar, first got to know about Antea Social when we visited Nesuto at Tras Street back in 2017. Since, Antea Social has evolved from just a booth in the patisserie to a full fledged teahouse – with a very zen vibe, best for a soothing weekend afternoon. (Read more here…)
Address: 9 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207528

Amazing Hokkaido
The name may sounds cliche but Amazing Hokkaido is the newest restaurant to open at Robertson Quay, a 100-seater Japanese izakaya concept which focuses on using ingredients from Hokkaido. Expect a wide spread of Japanese food liek sashimi, fresh seafood, yakitori, tsukune (chicken meatball) and Hokkaido wagyu steak. The bursting salmon roe rice bowl is another dish to try if you are into ikura rice bowls, while drink options include the likes of shochus, sakes, asahis and highballs.
Address: 30 Robertson Quay, #01-16, Riverside View, Singapore 238251

Buzzing Restaurants

Michelin announced its 2019 guide for Singapore
With a total of 53 stars award to 44 restaurants in Singapore, including 8 newly awarded Michelin-starred restaurants, a further 58 establishments were given the honour of the Bib Gourmand distinctions. As with last year, this may not be a happy occasion for all, with restaurants losing their coveted stars and Bib Gourmand distinctions. And kudos to Les Amis and Odette for winning their 3 Stars! (Read more here…)
Address: Multiple locations

Cheers to a new Sunday Brunch at Wakanui Grill Dining
The anchor restaurant at Marina One launched a new Sunday Brunch menu recently, where you get to enjoy a selected spread of appetisers including oysters and prawns, along with desserts including cheese if you were to order a mains from the brunch menu. The mains include options like Oeean Beef Ribeye, Wakanui Spring Lamb Half Rack and Catch Of The Day, with prices from S$89++. There is also an option to top up S$39++ for free flow wines and champagnes. (Read more here…)
Address: 5 Straits View #04-02, Marina One The Heart, Singapore 018935

Uni Gallery by Oosterbay has a new Multiple Foodgasm Kaiseki Menu
The Uni specialty restaurant tucked away in Beach Road lauched a new Foodgasm Menu recently, priced competitively at S$118++ for 6 courses and S$188++ for 8 courses. Expect a pretty luxe line up of ingredients such as Uni and Caviar on Foie Gras, Uni Tmpura Truffle Chawanmushi and Miyazaki A5 Wagyu Beef with Uni Cream Sauce. The flavours are overall quite heavy for the 8 courses set, but it would probably be a satisfying and no doubt sinful treat. (Read more here…)
Address: 7500A Beach Road, B1, 313, The Plaza, Singapore 199591

Enjoy Chilean Marques de Casa Concha Wine Pairing in 12 Restaurants for a limited time
Dubbed the Marques Perfect Match, the award-winning Marques de Casa Concha is available as a wine pairing option in twelve restaurants for a limited time including the likes of Chef’s Table by Chef Stefan, The Botanic and Praelum. We checked out Chef’s Table by Chef Stefan and had the 4-course Omakase Menu at S$98++ per person, and Wine pairing with four glasses of wine at S$78++ per person. The meal is fun as you not know what dishes would be served, except that it would be from a list of available ingredients and curated to go along with the Chilean wine if you were to opt for the wine pairing. The wine pairing menu will be available until the end of October 2019 at Chef’s Table by Chef Stefan. Address: 61 Tras Street, Singapore 079000

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