Snippets: New and Buzzing Singapore Restaurants In October 2021
Griglia Open Fire Italian Kitchen
A new contemporary Italian grill restaurant along Craig Road by Food Concepts Group, which also owns Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge and Z Bar, the name Griglia is inspired by summer outdoor grill known as the grigliata. Most of the dishes are prepared over the grill and traditionally, Grigliata dishes are less intense and more Mediterranean in flavour. From the menu, there are antipasti, artisanal salumi, main courses, sides, cheeses and desserts, and an extensive wine list of more than 100 wines from different regions, with up to 85% from Italy. [Read more here…]
Address: 37 Craig Road, Singapore 089675
Bedrock launches a second restaurant Bedrock Origin, at the new Oasia Resort Sentosa. The menu at Bedrock Origin features more diverse ingredients such as a new and exclusive selection of seafood, dry-aged meats including fish, as well as roasted harvests, in addition to its signature steaks. In support of Oasia Resort Sentosa’s wellness lifestyle, Bedrock Origin also offers plant-based meat alternatives, as well as nutritious and keto-friendly options.
Address: #01-02, Oasia Resort Sentosa Hotel, 23 Beach View, Palawan Ridge, Singapore 098679
Located in Change Alley Mall at Raffles Place, MadASS is short for Mad About Sucre Social, and is the sister brand of the acclaimed patisserie restaurant along Teo Hong Road, Mad About Sucre. The space of MadASS is casual and it resonates with its aim of providing fast-serve-food and in the brand’s words, a “Gourmet Social Movement”. Similar to Mad About Sucre, the dishes are prepared with all-natural, seasonal ingredients without preservatives, artificial additives and artificial flavours. Lunch at MadASS is highly customisable. Customers can choose from 6 different options and pair them with your own preferred bases, of which you can choose to change every other day. Options for mains include Wagyu Beef, Wild-caught Barramundi Fish, Pulled Iberico pork Wild-caught Prawn, Grilled Turmeric Chicken Baked and Tofu Steak. [Read more here…]
Address: 01-11, Change Alley Mall, 30 Raffles Place, Singapore 048622
Friends Cafe HK
Located in Springside Walk at The Brooks (a mixed condominium development), Friends Cafe HK (朋友冰室) is a casual Hong Kong style ‘char can teng’ teahouse which opened recently. My first Hong Kong moment is the signboard at its entrance, reminiscent of those in Hong Kong. The interior takes after quintessential teahouse decor and vibes in Hong Kong, with a mix of tables and banquette seating. Expect a wallet-friendly, home-style menu, with the likes of snacks like French Toast (S$3.50), Deep Fried Sotong Balls (S$2.50), Curry Fish Balls (S$4) and Peanut Butter Milk Toast (S$1.80). There are also set meals at S$6.50 or S$7, which comes with a main course, side dish of your choice (eggs/luncheon meat/sausage), and a complimentary toast with butter. [Read more here…]
Address: Springside Walk, #01-18, Singapore 786020
Located at Sam Leong Road in Little India/Jalan Besar precinct, the newly reopened Hambaobao occupies a corner space in Trio Building and for those familiar with the brand, it used to be at Beauty World Food Centre few years ago before the husband-and-wife team took a hiatus. There are five types of burgers to choose from at wallet friendly prices from S$7.50, including Ayam Buah Keluak burger. [Read more here…]
Address: 11 Sam Leong Road, #03-08 Trio Building, Singapore 207903
Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse
With a 500 litre microbrewery and 23 taps at the bar, the local craft brewery Lion Brewery Co meets you at Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse for some craft beer over grilled food. For fans of craft beer, this is a must visit spot in town, hidden away in small alley between Chinatown and Telok Ayer. The food menu is focused on open flame grilling, with must-try includes my favourite Spicy Pork Belly Satay, Sticky BBQ Pork Ribs and the Wood Fired Cauliflower. And not to forget, the interior decor of Thirty Six is worth a visit – classy and sophisticated, yet welcoming.
Address: 36 Club Street Singapore 069469
Bochinche’s Has A New Shophouse Space At Club Street
From Martin Road to Amoy Street and now to Club Street, the new space of Bochinche is much bigger than its previous space in a long shophouse layout. You get a clear glimpse of the open kitchen and grill, while the dining room is illuminated with natural light through a glass encased stairwell. Helmed by head chef Fabrice Mergalet, the refreshed menu boasts lighter, brighter flavours and more varied protein options beyond its steaks. Argentinian beef continues to remain the core of Bochinche, though there is a renewed emphasis on high quality cuts of beef from around the world with a selection of grass-fed beef imported directly from Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, USA and Japan.
Address: 27 Club Street, Singapore 069413
All-day Dining And Retail Offering At Da Paolo Gastronomia Great World
It is a new all-in-one space from fresh pastas, gelato and bread to an all-day dining menu at the new Botanical themed outlet. Expect the likes of Scrambled Eggs On Toast and Avocado Toast for breakfast, along with a wide range of pizzas and pastas in the evening. The Pizza Bar features a live pizza station where hand-stretched and stone-baked Roman thin crust pizzas are freshly made.
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-163 Great World, Singapore 237994
Carrotsticks & Cravings Opened Third Outlet At Stanley Street
The Aussie-inspired café opened its third outlet in the heart of the CBD along Stanley Street. The interior of the Stanley outlet boasts a coastal-inspired interiors by award-winning interior designer Isabelle Miaja, along with a couple of alfresco tables. The food menu is presented under four categories; Morning Specials, Bowls, Open Herb Sourdough and Sandwiches. I had the outlet-exclusive Stanley Breakfast for 2 (S$46) which pays tribute to the brand’s founder and owner’s Australian and Israeli roots. [Read more here…]
Address: 5 Stanley Street, #01-01, Singapore 068724
Luke’s Lobster Opened Third Outlet In Great World
Along with its first anniversary, the famous lobster roll brand is rolling out Luke Goes Local – a three-part collaboration with homegrown chefs from Thevar, Birds of a Feather and Fatfuku. Expect the likes of Luke’s x Thevar Curry Aioli Lobster Roll for a curry-accented roll that encapsulates Chef Thevar’s modern perspective of traditional Indian flavours; and Luke’s x Birds of a Feather Sichuan Aioli Lobster Roll for a Mala-infused roll elevated with Chef Eugene See’s flair in blending specific Sichuan spices.
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-152, Singapore 237994
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