Snippets: New and Buzzing Singapore Restaurants in February 2020

New Restaurants

Yakiniku Like
The famous Japanese Brand’s first outlet in Singapore opened in Paya Lebar Quarter this month, and offers value for money Yakiniku set. The most unique proposition of Yakiniku Like is that it offers individual grills which make it easy for solo diners to enjoy the conventional group dining concept of Yakiniku. Choose from the set menu with various meat options or go ala carte. Prices for the set starts from S$7.80++ which is inclusive of meat, rice, soup and a choice of kimchi or salad. The ordering system here is fast and efficient via a QR code. (Read more here…)
Address: 10 Paya Lebar Road, #B1-28 Paya Lebar Quarter, Singapore 409057

The Nomads
It is easy to walk past The Nomads located right beside Amoy Hotel, and not noticing this new restaurant. Step into the two months old restaurant and I was first greeted by a bar, where the restaurant is hidden behind another door, out of sight from the main entrance. The seating layout of the restaurant is casual as diners sit around the high counter table, which overlooks the open kitchen. (Read more here…)
Address: 70 Telok Ayer Street, #01-01, Singapore 048462

Located in Lavender along Hamilton Road, Lucid is a few days old cafe in the buzzing precinct which has no lack of coffee options like Chye Seng Huat Hardware, 11 Hamilton and Apartment. I was first drawn to the minimalist metallic space of the cafe, decked in grey tone walls and metallic chairs and tables. The vibe here reminded me of cafes in Bangkok and Kyoto, which is refreshing for a change. (Read more here…)
Address: 38 Hamilton Road, Singapore 209208

Rumours Beach Club
Rumour has it that you can transport yourself to Bali without flying out of Singapore? By the same group behind Rumours Bar & Grill and Sama Sama by Tok-Tok at Jewel Changi, I was excited to check out the few weeks old Rumours Beach Club in Sentosa as it has been awhile since a new beach club opens on the southern island. Located along Siloso beach, it is about 7 minutes walk from Siloso Point and if you were to drive, the beach carpark is the best option for parking. (Read more here…)
Address: 40 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 098996

Pronounced as “one-view”, I checked out the few weeks old 1-V:U located at the rooftop of The Outpost Hotel in Sentosa. Branded as the first and only rooftop dining and lifestyle destination, it is an interesting concept by 1-Group (which also manages restaurants like StellarThe Alkaff MansionThe SummerhouseThe Garage) given that it brings the conventional day club by the beach vibes to an elevated rooftop spot. (Read more here…)
Address: Level 7 The Outpost Hotel, 10 Artillery Avenue, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099951

Monte Risaia
Located at Duxton Hill, Monte Risaia is a Japanese-Italian Restaurant managed by the same group behind MAI by Dashi Master Marusaya and TEN Sushi. This is perhaps one of your rare experience in Singapore to enjoy Italian food omakase-style. (Review coming soon…)
Address: 59 Duxton Road, Singapore 089523

Buzzing Restaurants

Clarke Quay’s Authentic Sichuan steamboat restaurant Da Miao Hot Pot introduces Beauty Collagen Soup
Located at Clarke Quay, Chengdu’s Da Miao Hot Pot opened in Singapore back in 2017, and has been serving up authentic Sichuan hot pot. Famed for its Da Miao Special Spicy Soup, dignitaries include former First Lady Michelle Obama who dined at its Chengdu branch previously. Walking into Da Miao, you will first be greeted by two Panda figurines at the entrance, with the restaurant fitted with an imperial palace look. (Read more here…)
Address: Blk C, #01-11, Clarke Quay, 3 River Valley Road, Singapore 179022

% Arabica opens third branch in Singapore at Holland Village
Chip Bee Gardens exudes a charm which I find alluring every time I am back here. After Monocle Cafe closed its doors, the void is finally filled by the hugely anticipated % Arabica Singapore. This is the renowned Japanese coffee Brand’s third outlet in Singapore since it debuted at Arab Street last year, followed by its second outpost at 313 Somerset. (Read more here…)
Address: 44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-58, Singapore 278116

Tablescape introduces Valentine’s Day Degustation Dinner
Available from 8 to 16 February 2020, Tablescape at Grand Park City Hall will be showcasing a 5-course dinner menu from S$168++ per couple. Some of the dishes to expect are Oysters with cucumber tartare and a granita made with Singapore Sling, Foie Gras, ‘Risotto’ Without Rice, mains of confit black Cod or Beef tenderloin, before concluding with a deconstructed Tiramisu. Expect a display of vibrant colours in the dishes in a romantic restaurant setting.

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Address: 10 Coleman Street, Level 3, Singapore 179809

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