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18 New Restaurants In Singapore This April 2024—Famous Japanese Steak, Wok Hei Ramen And More

2nd April 2024

New restaurants in Singapore this April 2024

Start the second quarter of the year off with a good meal at any of these new restaurants and cafes in Singapore for April 2024! From renowned Japanese and Korean eateries setting up shop on our shores to affordable lunch sets and more, these new dining spots are sure to keep your tummy happy the whole month through.

1. Sun With Moon Light

Sun With Moon Light Kamameshi Mixed

After close to 20 years operating at their Wheelock Place outlet, Japanese restaurant Sun With Moon has opened a casual outpost called Sun With Moon Light. It’s located in JEM, which means Westies now get to enjoy Japanese kettle tea rice AKA kamameshi. The traditional delicacy features tasty rice cooked in a kelp and bonito stock, and is jam-packed with liao so you get bursts of flavour and plenty of variety with each bite. 

Sun With Moon Light Bento

Besides the signature kamameshi, which is available with a wide array of toppings such as Chicken Teriyaki ($15++) and Beef Yakiniku ($17++), Sun With Moon Light also has a sprawling Okemori Komachi Bento ($35++) set which comes with a whopping six savoury courses, and a platter of three petite desserts. If “variety is the spice of life” is your mantra, this is the ideal bento for you.

Read our Sun With Moon Light review.

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #04-13, JEM, Singapore 608549
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6334 1084
Sun With Moon Light is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Shinrai

Shinrai Lunch Set

When you picture a trendy restaurant in the CBD serving quality Japanese dishes, affordable probably isn’t the keyword that comes to mind. Shinrai challenges that notion, with filling and delicious lunch sets priced from $16.80++. That’ll get you their Teriyaki Chicken Set, and each set comes with miso soup, salad, and their signature tofu cheesecake. You can also get a Bara Chirashi Don Set for $26.80++, laden with fresh sashimi cubes, tamago, cucumber, and juicy ikura. 

Shinrai Signature Maki

To celebrate their opening, this vibey post-work tipple spot is holding 1-for-1 house sake promo for the month of April 2024. Pair your drinks with their izakaya-style small plates and skewers, or get their Shinrai Signature Maki ($21.80++) to share. It’s loaded with goodies such as grilled unagi, torched salmon, and creamy avocado. The special finishing touch? A sprinkle of chicken floss for added savouriness and a unique fluffy texture.

Read our Shinrai feature.

Address: 173 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068622
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10:30pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 2:30pm, 6pm to 11:45pm
Tel: 8858 8831
Shinrai is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Sofitel x Sulwhasoo Ginseng Afternoon Tea


From now till 26 April 2024, treat yourself to Sofitel x Sulwhasoo Ginseng Afternoon Tea at Sofitel Singapore City Centre! The limited-time high tea is a collaboration between the hotel and the popular Korean luxury beauty brand Sulwhasoo, and comes with an assortment of ginseng-infused treats. Look forward to sweet and savoury bites, including Chilled Hashima Ginseng Soup with Goji Berries, Ginseng Egg Royale with Shredded Crab Meat, Ginseng Crème Brûlée Sable Cookie, and Yuzu Ginseng Tart with Swiss Meringue.


The afternoon tea is priced at $118++ for two people and comes with two sets of Sulwhasoo Anti-Aging Kit that’s worth $222, so you’re getting a pretty good deal here! It’s served from 2pm to 5pm daily at 1864, the hotel bar. Reservations are highly recommended. 

Address: 9 Wallich Street, Singapore 078885
High tea hours: Daily 2pm to 5pm
Tel: 6428 5000
1864 is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Tapas,24

TAPAS 24 new restaurants in april 2024
Image credit: Tapas,24

Robertson Quay favourite Tapas,24 has introduced a new menu alongside classic favourites. These new dishes, including a Spanish Iberico Chuleta ($42++), have been created by Michelin-starred Chef Carles Abellan in Barcelona, where the OG Tapas,24 is located. 

tapas 24 new restaurants in singapore april 2024

Fired on a Josper oven-grill, over wood charcoal, the Chuleta is marinated in Mediterranean spices which go hand in hand with the new Mar Y Montania ($39++)—paella cooked in a seafood stock with prawns, chicken, clams, and mussels. Don’t miss Clams in Sherry ($38++), starring meaty, briny shellfish tinged with sweetness from the sherry wine.

Pair your meal with one of their signature sangria (from $17++), prepared with fresh-chopped fruits macerated in wine and zhnged up with a touch of spice. 

Address: 60 Robertson Quay, #01-04, The Quayside, Singapore 238252
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 5pm to 12am, Thurs-Sun 12pm to 12am
Tel: 6513 6810
Tapas,24 is not a halal-certified eatery

5. Yantra

If you are looking for a fancy place for a corporate lunch, Yantra is a good pick. This restaurant offers classic Indian cuisine with a modern touch. They currently have an Executive Lunch Menu ($75++ per person), a five-course meal with a wide variety of dishes! 

This set lunch came with a non-vegetarian or vegetarian option. All main courses except the Chelo Kebab will be served with Naan, Ma Ki Dal AKA black lentil stew, and Navrattan Pulao, which is seasoned rice. We got the non-vegetarian version, which came with juicy tandoor-grilled chicken and mutton seekh kebab—grilled minced mutton. The vegetarian variant of these mains are grilled cottage cheese and a vegetable seekh kebab. 

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We loved the Chaat Banarasi, which resembles pani puri, except that the potato masala was covered with aerated yoghurt and mint chutney instead. The potato puffs were decorated with fine murukku flakes, pomegranate and mint leaves. We really liked the textural contrast between the velvety, fluffy yoghurt and the potato puffs. 

Address: 163 Tanglin Road, #01-129/130/131, Tanglin Mall, Singapore 247933
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 3pm, 6:30pm to 11pm
Tel: 6836 3088
Yantra is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Goodwood Park Hotel

Goodwood Park Hotel afternoon tea

In light of International Women’s Day, Goodwood Park Hotel is running an afternoon tea buffet till 30 April 2024! Their latest high tea includes a wide variety of European-themed sweets and savouries, with the likes of Pistachio Scone, Spanish Apple Tart, and Herb-Roasted Beef Tenderloin and Croffles.

Goodwood Park Hotel afternoon tea buffet

Keep your eyes peeled for the midday Chefs Specials, which are only available for a limited time during each seating. We particularly enjoyed the bite-sized Wagyu Beef Slider with Foie Gras & Purple Coleslaw and their indulgent Chocolate Lava Cake. The buffet is priced from $65++ per adult, and $39++ per child! You can make your reservations here. 

Address: 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 2pm to 5:30pm, Fri-Sun 12pm to 2:30pm, 3pm to 5:30pm
L’Espresso at Goodwood Park Hotel is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Beyond the Dough

Beyond the Dough Olive Oil

Singapore has many pizzerias, but getting good Tokyo-Neopolitan-style pie here is a different question altogether. Thankfully, we’ve got Beyond The Dough now, a restaurant specialising in that exact type of pizza. This new restaurant is run by Chef Eddie Murakami, who has earned his stripes at Tokyo’s Michelin-minted pizza houses. Here, you get delicious thin-crust pizza made with Japanese flour, baked in a woodfired oven, over Japanese wood.

Beyond the Dough Cheese Pull

Try their exclusive Singapore Rampage ($39++), a pizza that’s inspired by prawn noodles. The tomato sauce base is prepared with prawn stock, and slow-cooked for 20 hours to ensure maximum flavour. Each pie comes topped with prawn whorls, and dressed with chilli flakes for some heat. If prawn-on-pizza is not your jam, then turn to Beyond The Dough’s other classic flavours, such as the Diavola ($35++) and  5 Formaggi ($39++).

Read our Beyond The Dough review.

Address: 150 Arab Street, Singapore 199832
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11:45am to 3pm, 5pm to 11pm
Beyond the Dough is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. Surrey Hills Grocer Holland Village

Surrey Hills Grocer Holland Village Pincho

Surry Hills Grocer has been on a roll lately with their new openings. Each concept brings something different to the table—this time around, you can expect their One Holland Village opening to include exclusive tapas dishes designed by MoVida, a renowned Melbourne gastro-bar.

Surrey Hills Grocer Holland Village Truffle Wagyu Donut

Among these new inclusions are the Vierira ($24++), a scallop-and-hashbrown starter, as well as the Pincho ($22++), where diners get charcoal-grilled Wagyu ribs. Aside from these MoVida creations, Surrey Hills Gorcer’s Holland V outlet also has mains you can only get there, including the Truffled Wagyu Donut ($35++), where a doughnut is used in place of a burger bun!

Read our Surrey Hills Grocer Holland Village review.

Address: 7 Holland Village Way, #03-29 One Holland Village, Singapore 275748
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Surrey Hills Grocer One Holland Village is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Wildfire Burgers


Wildfire Burgers is known for their affordable, gourmet burgers and fried chicken. They’ve had multiple outlets islandwide, but have since whittled down those numbers to their Robertson Quay restaurant. The space has recently undergone renovations, and a menu upgrade as well!


Our personal favourite was their Triple Bacon Burger ($23++), where you get juicy Wagyu patties layered with bacon slices, bacon jam, and a bacon-flavoured mayo, as well as brie cheese. For chicken burger die-hards, the Hot Honey Butter Chicken ($18++), complete with a huge slab of fried chicken, is sure to please. Adding to these new burgs are a range of novel sides, such as the Wedge Salad ($13++) and Salt & Vinegar Fried Onion Rings ($8++).

Read our Wildfire Burgers review.

Address: 11 Unity Street, #01-12, Robertson Walk, Singapore 237995
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 4pm to 11pm, Fri-Sat 4pm to 12am
Tel: 8884 6445
Wildfire Burgers is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe


Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe has opened their second outlet in 111 Somerset, boasting nostalgic old-school decor and outlet-exclusive dishes. The restaurant is known for offering local and Malaysian dishes overall, so you can expect delights such as Claypot Mee Tai Mak ($9.90) and Curry Chicken Chee Cheong Fun ($9.90) on the menu. 


We’re also big fans of their Nanyang-style kopi and teh drinks, including their latest Sai Ka Hor (from $3), a Malaysian classic that combines Milo with kopi. Sweet and malty, this is best enjoyed iced, in our opinion.

Read our Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe Somerset review. 

Address: 111 Somerset Road, #01-09, Singapore 23816
Opening hours: Daily 7.30am to 9pm, last order at 8.30pm
Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Kamome Bakery Bukit Timah

Kamome Bakery Bukit Timah Spring Series

FYI Westies, popular Japanese bakery Kamome Bakery Bukit Timah has opened a new outlet in Bukit Timah, an eight-minute walk from King Albert Park MRT Station. They have all of Kamome Bakery’s signatures here, from their Red Bean Butter ($3.40) bun to their Hot Dog Bun ($5.50). From now till 14 April, you can also get a line-up of limited-edition Spring Series bakes, which stars ingredients such as sakura and yomogi, a Japanese mugwort.

Kamome Bakery Bukit Timah Cafe

The outlet is also equipped with tables so you can dine in and enjoy your bakes alongside a cup of coffee. 

Read our Kamome Bakery Bukit Timah review.

Address: 913 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 589623
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 5:30pm
Tel: 6703 8713
Kamome Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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12. US Pizza

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Image credit: Lee Chin Yang

Another pizza joint joining the ranks of the new restaurants in Singapore this April is US Pizza, a popular Malaysian chain! Located under a HDB block in Bedok, the eatery has a small number of indoor and outdoor seats, so you might want to consider them for takeaway instead.

Image credit: @uspizzasg

The most famous item on the US Pizza menu is their Cheese Boat Pizza ($21.90). Like its name suggests, the pizza is shaped like a “boat”, and comes with a ridiculous amount of cheese, for an intense cheese pull. Another unique flavour here is the Salted Egg Pizza ($21.90), where you get a seafood pizza topped with a salted egg yolk crumble.

Read our US Pizza feature.

Address: 632 Bedok Reservoir Road, #01-840, Singapore 470632
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 9pm
US Pizza is a halal-certified eatery.

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13. WOKE Ramen Sengkang 


If you didn’t manage to try the wok hei ramen WOKE Ramen is best known for because their Changi Airport flagship is too far, then here’s hoping Sengkang is nearer for you. WOKE Ramen has opened a new restaurant in Compass One, with their shiok, smoky collagen and prawn ramen on the menu. 


The Chicken Chashu Collagen Ramen ($14.90++) is the bestseller here, featuring a broth that’s slow-cooked for eight hours. Seafood lovers can opt for their Seafood Mix Prawn Ramen ($19.90++), loaded with toppings such as prawn paste balls, tiger prawns, and scallops, and an ajitama egg. The broth here comes laced with prawn oil for extra shiokness.

Read our WOKE Ramen review.

Address: 1 Sengkang Square, #03-13, Compass One, Singapore 545078
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 10pm
WOKE Ramen is a halal-certified eatery.

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14. Hundred Grains Asia Square

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Pay-by-weight cai png concept Hundred Grains now has a sophomore restaurant in the CBD. It’s a worthwhile place to add to your lunchtime rotation if you’re a CBD worker, as you can enjoy plenty of variety at competitive prices. Choose from 60 different dishes, from Crispy Pork In Sweet and Sour Sauce, Stir-fried Chinese Broccoli with Garlic, to Braised Tofu with Pork. Sichuanese bites are also available, including Stir-fried Tripe, and Spicy and Sour Chicken Gizzards.

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You pay by weight, with prices starting at just $3.98+ for 100g. Not the cheapest for cai png, but pretty decent for what food costs in the CBD! You also get unlimited rice and porridge here—these aren’t charged at all.

Read our Hundred Grains review.

Address: 460 Alexandra Rd, #02-20, Alexandra Retail Centre, Singapore 119963
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 9pm
Hundred Grains is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. Summer Bliss

Image credit: @summerbliss_sg

Summer Bliss, the renowned dessert chain hailing from China, has made its debut in Singapore. Hailing from Chengdu, the brand has a whopping 500 outlets across China, and now, one in KINEX. 

Image credit: @summerbliss_sg

Summer Bliss is best known for their snow ice treats. Try their Purple Taro Bliss ($15.90), a whimsical taro dessert that stars yam shaved ice. Another adorable treat here is their Panda Ice Tube Dessert ($15.90), where you get fresh fruit, jellies, and an edible panda figurine!

Read our Summer Bliss feature.

Address: 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #01-K1, Singapore 437157
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 9:30pm
Summer Bliss is not a halal-certified eatery.

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16. L’antica Pizzeria de Michele

Image credit: Christina

Acclaimed Neopolitan pizza restaurant,  L’antica Pizzeria da Michele, is reported to open on Singapore’s Club Street this month. The restaurant is one of Naples’ oldest pizza brands, with heritage dating back to 1870. Its storied reputation is also enhanced by their recommendation in the Italian Michelin Guide, which names them as one of the best pizza spots in Naples.

Image credit: @pizzeriadamichelebologna

Not much word yet on their Singapore opening otherwise, but we’ll report back when we hear of their official opening date!

Read our L’antica Pizzeria da Michele feature.

Address: 8 Club Street, Singapore 069472
Opening hours: TBD
L’antica Pizzeria da Michele is not a halal-certified eatery.

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17. Yappari Steak

Image credit: @yappari_steak_sydney

A new name you can expect to find on the list of steak restaurants in Singapore is Yappari Steak, which hails from Okinawa. They’re slated to open this month in VivoCity—their first opening in Singapore, though they’ve got restaurants in Japan, Nepal, and Australia too.

Image credit: @st278826

The restaurant is best known for their steaks, which are hand-cut and grilled on hot lava stones sourced from Mount Fuji. Each steak also comes with a range of seasonings, from A1 steak sauce to furikake. We’ll update this with more info once we know when they officially open!

Read our Yappari Steak feature.

Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, Level 2, VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Opening hours: TBD
Yappari Steak is not a halal-certified eatery.

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18. Kelim Dakdoritang

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Popular spicy Korean stew restaurant, Kelim Dakdoritang, has opened a new outlet at Tiong Bahru, making their signature dish—dakdoritang—more accessible than ever. Dakdoritang, if you don’t know, is a spicy chicken and potato stew. At Kelim, you get the dish dressed up with a mound of minced garlic, and rice cakes too.


Prices start at $15.90++ for their solo Baby Dakdoritang ($15.90++), which includes rice and a canned drink. Otherwise, you can order larger portions to share, starting at $36.90++ for their Small size. Aside from the spicy stew, Kelim Dakdoritang has other Korean eats on the menu, from fried chicken to pajeon!

Read our Kelim Dakdoritang Tiong Bahru review.

Address: 55 Tiong Bahru Road, Singapore 160055
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 2am
Tel: 6322 3433
Kelim Dakdoritang is not a halal-certified eatery.

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New restaurants and cafes in Singapore for April 2024

Here are all the new restaurants and cafes to check out this April 2024. If you’re looking for more eats, check out our guide to the best food deals in April for all the dining lobang that’ll help you save this month.

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