Snippets: New and Buzzing Singapore Restaurants in March 2021

New Restaurants

Fat Belly Social Steakhouse
Branded as an alternative steakhouse like its first concept Fat Belly in Serene Centre, the same group has just launched Fat Belly Social Steakhouse (FBSS), a new 60 seater social dining space located at a level 2 shophouse space along the bustling Boon Tat Street. It is a brand new menu at FBSS, with a concept of communal dining over small plates such as the Grilled Octopus and Grilled Ox Tongue, and large sharing plates that include both alternative and prime steak cuts such as the Zabuton and Rib Cap. [Read more here…]
Address: 21A Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069620

Carne Singapore
Carne Singapore opened at Amoy Street few days ago and is the first international outpost of the innovative burger chain anchored around sustainable gastronomy. Created by celebrated Argentine chef Mauro Colagreco, whose restaurant Mirazur in France is the current #1 on World’s 50 Best Restaurants and has 3 Michelin stars, Carne’s concept echos the belief of Chef Mauro’s: “Every time you eat, you decide the world you want to live in”. Expect burgers, milkshakes, local craft beers and breakfast selections at the 80-seater smart-casual burger joint. [Read more here…]
Address: 88 Amoy Street, Singapore 069907

Yakiniku-GO
Located at Seng Kang’s Seletar Mall, the latest restaurant by RE&S Yakiniku-GO will be the group’s first yakiniku concept and their seventy-sixth restaurant in Singapore. The brand dishes out affordable yet quality meats for diners to enjoy in an authentic Japanese and fuss-free dinner. Expect lots of beef, and of course other meats including lamb, chicken and seafood on the menu. The pork-free menu offers both sets and à la carte offerings, with beef selections such as the popular Jyo Karubi, Harami, Ribeye Steak, Beef Tongue, Kainomi and Wagyu Chuck Short Ribs. Non-beef options include chicken, lamb leg, seafood Hoiru Yaki (baked in foil) and salmon. Super value sets begin from S$9.80, and upwards to just S$26.80! Each set also comes with a bowl of fluffy Japanese rice, a choice of kimchi or mini salad, and clear seaweed soup. [Read more here…]
Address: 33 Seng Kang West Avenue. #01-49 The Seletar Mall, Singapore 797653

Le Matin Patisserie
The popular patisserie started as an online stall during circuit breaker last year, before it opened its physical test kitchen space recently at Raeburn Park. You can still order the highly sought after pastry boxes online before collection, or simply walk in to grab whatever pastries are available. I like the Smoked Cruffin and Cashew Escargot, or go with simple options like the croissant. Freshly made artisanal coffee is also available on site.
Address: 10, Block B Raeburn Park, #01-25, Singapore 088702

Chū and Co.
It is rare to find a bakery cafe space like Chu and Co., nestled within the quiet private estate of Litchfield Road, which is close to the heart of Serangoon Garden. This is a 2-in-1 concept which houses a bakery and a gelato bar, with mostly sheltered outdoor seats by the walkway, and a very Instagram-worthy alfresco seats under the sky. [Read more here…]
Address: 15 Litchfield Road, Singapore 556835

Ballad of Anna May
The barber and coffee space along Craig Road is home to Ballad of Anna May, which uses coffee beans from Proud Mary based in Melbourne. It is really a takeaway concept as there are just a few outdoor tables by the walkway, where you can also expect to grab bites like four cheese toastie and pastrami toastie.
Address:  42 Craig Road, Singapore 089680

Main Street Commissary
A cosy specialty coffee space in Little India, Main Street Commissary spots an inviting spade decked in mainly wooden tones and grey hues. While the food menu is limited to pastries instead of a full fledge brunch menu, it is a quiet spot for a coffee refuel if you are in the vicinity.
Address:  81 Rowell Road, Singapore 208014

Bonding Kitchen
Located at Orchard Gateway, Bonding Kitchen is a modern Peranakan restaurant helmed by chef-owner Danny Chew. The restaurant has ample natural lighting in the day, and the inspiration behind the space is for diners to bond over a meal here. Expect dishes like Wagyu Beef Rendang, Nasi Goreng Buah Keluak and Hokkien Lor Ark.
Address:  277 Orchard Road, #02-18, Singapore 238858

Buzzing Restaurants

World Meat Series Returns At Bedrock Bar & Grill
Bedrock Bar & Grill brings back World Meat Series, a special season which features premium meats from different parts of the world. The World Meat Series at Bedrock Bar & Grill is in its fifth year and has featured premium beef from Ireland as well as Te Mana Lambtm – also known as the wagyu of lamb – from New Zealand. Bedrock’s World Meat Series changes its menu every quarter. Available till 31 March 2021, what’s up on the table is beef from Yamaguchi Japan, home to the Jukuho Farm and its famed Yamaguchi Aged Wagyu beef. [Read more here…]
Address: 96 Somerset Road, #01-05 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, Singapore 238163

Tiffin Room And Samy’s Curry Collaboration Brings North and South Indian Delights To Raffles Hotel Singapore
A limited time collaboration comes to Tiffin Room in Raffles Hotel Singapore. Available from 25 February to 10 March 2021 for both lunch and dinner, the specially created Tiffin Room x Samy’s Curry menu brings to the table Indian cuisines from different regions of India. Flavours from North Indian cuisine by Tiffin Room from the use of the tandoor, to flavourful dishes from South Indian cuisine from Samy’s Curry, which features a unique blend of spices infused with every dish, especially fresh seafood due to its proximity to coastal regions. [Read more here…]
Address: Raffles Hotel Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673

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