Snippets: New and Buzzing Singapore Restaurants in September 2020

New Restaurants

Bar Milano
A slice of Europe in Keong Saik, that’s exciting enough for me to check out Bar Milano, a one month old causal Italian Bistro and Cocktail Bar. The restaurant is opened all day and serves a breakfast and evening menu. The dinner menu is quite concise, made up of a good variety of starters, a couple of pizza and mains options, and a small dessert selection. Pizza Fritta Truffle Mushroom is a must order, Napoli style fried pizza. [Read more here…]
Where: 55 Keong Saik Road, #01-02, Singapore 089158

Leckerbaer
While we can’t get to Copenhagen now, we have Leckerbaer. Known for its traditional Danish butter cookies (småkager), the Danish brand opened its first overseas outpost right in the heart of Orchard Road at Isetan Scotts. The open concept space on level 1 is a good respite from shopping, and this is where you can enjoy some of its classic offerings like various flavours of småkager, Signature Lemon & Sea Buckthorn Tart, Summer Sundae, along with a concise list of savouries like Peas & Avocado Tart and Quiche Tart. Beverage options include housemade lemonades, and hot and cold brew blend teas by artisan tea blender Art of Tea.
Where: #01-K2 & #01-K3, Shaw House Isetan Scotts, 350 Orchard Road, Singapore 238868

Daizu Cafe
The few weeks old cafe at Rangoon Road spots a minimalist look, and a rare loft cafe space which used to be the now-defunct Jewel Cafe & Bar. The Japanese-Western fusion menu is a mix of pastries, cakes and of course, coffee. Brunch is served after 11am, and the dishes take on some hints of Japanese influence like the Lemon Miso Eggs Benedict, Garlic Butter Sakura Ebi pasta, and various rice bowls like Torched Mentaiko Salmon.
Where: 129 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218407

C Cafe
Located right beside Homeground Coffee, the one week old C Cafe is more than just a game of cards. The contemporary looking cafe has some tricks up their sleeves, and you can feel that energy from the team whom co-founders are magic enthusiasts. The menu is a mix of toasts, avocado toast, waffle, salad and a couple of sides like spam fries and truffle fries.
Where: 477 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427683

Buzzing Restaurants

New Summer Menu Arrives La Dame de Pic
Located in one of the most iconic hotels in Singapore at Raffles Singapore, choose from the  Experience (S$238++ per person) or Elegance (S$328++ per person) menu for dinner for a complete experience at La Dame de Pic. Some of the highlights for us include the Berlingots, one of Chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s iconic dish; Turbot from Brittany; and the Saga Wagyu Beef. [Read more here…]
Where: Grand Lobby, Raffles Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673

Redesigned Buffet Experience At Colony
Smaller dining groups, safe distancing, minimal human interaction, are all part of the new norm. The best Sunday Brunch buffet experience in our opinion is at Colony located at The Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore. QR codes are placed on every table where you simply scan to view the menu where images are available for all of the 60 dishes on the Sunday Brunch Menu. Highlights include dishes such as Cognac-infused Lobster Bisque, Duck Foie Gras in Garlic Herb Bruschetta, Slow-Baked Onyx Beef Tomahawk with Red Wine Jus, Seared Boston Lobster with Chardonnay Nage, Roasted Pork Shoulder Porchetta with Ratatouile and Porcini Mushroom Sauce, and the Pan-seared Atlantic Cod. [Read more here…]
Where: The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799

VUE opens on the weekends with a new Surf & Turf Menu
Dine with a view at VUE’s new Weekend Surf & Turf lunch menu, a fix price of S$128++ which comes with a complimentary lunch cocktail of either the Bloody Mary or Mimosa. Some of the ‘Surf’ options include the likes of Oyster Kirkpatrick and Lobster hermidor; while the ‘Turf’ include options such as Signature A5 ‘Kokuou’ Emperor Black Wagyu Brisket and the USDA Prime, Brandt Family Beef. There is also a choice of dessert for this menu, Basque-Style Burnt Cheesecake or the French Acacia Honey Cake. (Read more here…)
Where: Level 19, 50 Collyer Quay, OUE Bayfront, Singapore 049321

Flaming Time At Ash & Elm
The InterContinental Singapore restaurant introduces a new Ash & Elm Fuego (‘fire’ in Spanish) menu recently, with a focus on dishes prepared from the wood fire oven. Highlights include the Triple Tomahawk (a mouthwatering 5kg masterpiece of Australian Angus), Spanish White Pork Rack, the Smokey Copper Pot (Spanish octopus smoked in hay), a new selection of flatbreads and Burnt Cheesecake.
Where: 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966

Heritage Dim Sum Brunch Returns At The Clifford Pier
Located in The Fullerton Bay Hotel, The Clifford Pier has a new menu for the weekend Heritage Dim Sum Brunch (S$58++ per adult) buffet, you simply order through the staff and the food will be prepared at the individual live stations and served to your table. The Heritage Dim Sum Brunch buffet selection has two main highlights – Singapore local delights and Dim Sum. For local fares, you can expect familiar dishes such as Rojak, Satay, Nyonya Popiah and Kueh Pie Tee, Tiger Prawn Laksa, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Wok-Fried Carrot Cake, Indian Roti Prata, and more. [Read more here…]
Where: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326

Enjoy Limited Time Eel Dishes At International Putien Eel Festival
The International Putien Eel Festival runs from 1 August to 31 October 2020 where exclusive eel dishes are available at Putien restaurants. One of the new eel dish this year is the Baked Eel Dressed in Garlic & Puning Bean Sauce which is served with fermented bean paste sauce. Another eel dish from previous years, the Eel Cooked in Natural Spring Water has a pretty interesting preparation. The raw eel was first presented to our table, before the spring water was poured into the pot, and there is a timer to let the eel simmer for 10 minutes. [Read more here…]
Where: Various outlets across Singapore

Go Mexican With Super Loco Robertson Quay New Weekend Brunch Menu
The riverfront dining space is enticing at Robertson Quay. Super Loco Robertson Quay is one of the popular weekend brunch spots in this buzzing enclave, and we tried some highlights from its new weekend brunch menu. Expect dishes such as Super Cheesy Corn Fritters, Blue Corn Waffles, Mexican ‘Migas’ Omelette, and a list of exotic coffee and cocktails to go along. [Read more here…]
Where: #01-13 The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252

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