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24 New Restaurants In Singapore This February 2024—Viral Thick Udon, Korean Pizzas And More

6th February 2024

New restaurants in Singapore this February


As we bid farewell to January, February brings with it the Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day. With that, you’ll definitely be inundated with CNY goodies and plans to dine at a romantic restaurant with bae. But, if you need a bit of a break from festive dining, and just want to check out what Singapore’s new restaurants have to offer, you’ve come to the right place.

Here is our guide to the best new restaurants and cafes in Singapore for February 2024.


1. Sagye


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Singapore has a handful of Korean restaurant openings that are not your usual K-BBQ joint. One of these is Sagye, which specialises in traditional Korean stone pot rice, AKA sotbab. Located in Tanjong Pagar, this restaurant can house up to 44 patrons, and is great for dining in small groups. FYI: they only serve sotbab during lunchtimes.

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Choose from a variety of sotbab, all of them served with house-made banchan. Their regular menu includes Chicken ($17.80++), Pork ($21.80++), and Beef Short Rib ($32.80++) stonepot rice dishes, but they also have a seasonal selection that can include toppings such as abalone, scallop and more. 

Read our Sagye review.

Address: 95 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088516
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 12am
Tel: 9115 6735
Website
Sagye is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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2. Song Yue Taiwanese Cuisine


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We’re used to Taiwanese restaurants in Singapore serving up classics such as lu rou fan, mee sua, and such, but Song Yue is a new restaurant that serves up Taiwanese fare with a difference. They’re all about home-style cooking here, where dishes are prepared with produce sourced from the nation’s local farms.

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From cold appetisers to stone pot dishes and claypot soups, Song Yue makes for an ideal spot for dinners with the fam. Our favourites include Ah Ma’s Rice Vermicelli and Taro Soup ($19.90++/$32.90++), where bee hoon is served in a luscious bone broth, and their Farm Chicken with Spring Onion ($18.90++/$33.90++), complete with a generous mountain of spring onion, and a light, savoury sauce.

Read our Song Yue review.

Address: 5 Stadium Walk, #01-38/39 Leisure Park Kallang, Singapore 397693
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:30am to 3:30pm, 5pm to 9pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 3:30pm, 5pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 6988 3322
Website
Song Yue Taiwan Cuisine is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Restaurant Air


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For a sustainable dining experience that offers amazing value for money, visit Restaurant Air. The new restaurant in Dempsey is run by celebrity chefs Will Goldfarb, of Bali’s Room4Dessert and Netflix’s Chefs Table fame, as well as Matthew Orlando, who counts Noma, Per Se, and Fat Duck as names on his resume. Their cred and expertise combine to deliver a dining experience that relies on sustainable practices, including sourcing ingredients from their edible garden.

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The dishes here are clean and fresh, with most coming in under $50—a rare price point for an eatery of such pedigree. Expect delicate seafood dishes, hearty vegetarian bites, and experimental desserts that nod to Goldfarb’s pastry chef background. Extra props go to the amount of thought put into the space, from the upcycled furnishings to the lawn area where diners can enjoy their dishes picnic-style. 

Read our Restaurant Air review.

Address: 25B Dempsey Road, Singapore 249670
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 5:30pm to 11pm
Tel: 8228 1528
Website
Restaurant Air is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Umai Artisanal Udon Bar


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Godaime Hanayama in Ginza has gone viral time and again for their 5-cm thick udon noodles. Now, you can get similar without having to fly to Tokyo at the new Umai Artisanal Udon Bar. The Bugis restaurant is run by the Omote team, and is set to be Singapore’s most comprehensive udon specialty restaurant.

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You get to pick from 25 different udon dishes here, with four types of udon noodles to choose from, all differing in length, including the thick Himokawa version. Across the menu, expect fusion noodle dishes both soup and dry with broths all slow-cooked in-house. We especially loved the Miso Carbonara ($19++), complete with a thick cut of 72-hour slow-cooked kurobuta!

Read our Umai Artisanal Udon Bar review.

Address: 128 Beach Road, #01-05, Guoco Midtown, Singapore 189771
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Tel: 8748 3750
Website
Umai Artisanal Udon Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Ami Patisserie


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Ami Patisserie will inspire serious FOMO in dessert lovers—Housed in a minimalistic, Kyoto-style building in the Orchard area, the cafe specialises in Japanese-French pastries savoury and sweet. FYI: their omakase experience has already been booked out till March, and you’ll have to reserve in advance if you’d like to dine in at one of their 12 seats! 

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The establishment is run by Japanese chef Makoto Arami, who comes from a family of wagashi craftsmen. His credentials include working at Ryuzu, Dominique Ansel Tokyo, as well as Beige Alain Ducasse. Highlights here include their Kuri Mont Blanc ($20++) and their Smoked Caramel Coffee Choux ($11++). Coffees are also available.

Read our Ami Patisserie review.

Address: 27 Scotts Road, Singapore 228222
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:30am to 6pm
Tel: 8907 6146
Website
Ami Patisserie is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Eat Pizza


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Easties, this is for you: if you frequent Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ), you’ll want to check out Eat Pizza, Korea’s largest pizza chain which has just set up shop in the mall. The brand has over 100 outlets in Korea, and is known for their affordable, single-serve pizzas.

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Here, get 10 different pizza flavours including a Singapore exclusive option. Their signature Sweet Potato ($6.50) is a must if you’re the sort who always gets a sweet potato when you go to Donki. Else, stick to the classics with the likes of their Pepperoni ($6.90) or Aloha ($6.90) pizzas.

Read our Eat Pizza review.

Address: 10 Paya Lebar Road, Paya Lebar Quarter, #01-K5 PLQ Mall, Singapore 409057
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Website
Eat Pizza is not a halal-certified eatery.

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7. B For Bagel Parkway Parade


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Korean bagel joint B for Bagel has expanded to the East with their latest takeaway kiosk at Parkway Parade. Grab a bagel to go for breakfast or lunch here, or a bun for a quick snack. One of their more popular picks is the Green Onion Cream Cheese ($7.90), where a sesame bagel is paired with cream cheese and chopped scallions. 

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For sweets, the Milk Cream Cloud ($8.30) is a crowd fave, where a sweet brioche bun comes packed with fluffy cream.

Read our B For Bagel review.

Address: Marine Parade Road, #01-K38 80, Parkway Parade, Singapore 449269
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Website
B For Bagel is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. Wooly’s Bagels Arab Street


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Another popular bagel spot that’s expanded is Wooly’s Bagels. The Muslim-owned outfit has set up their third outlet on Arab Street, and it’s their biggest space yet. 

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Come for loaded bagels at wallet-friendly prices. Some of their more popular picks include their  GTFBagel ($10.50), short for Get The Freak Bagel. These come layered with scrambled eggs, chicken ham, truffle mayo, and a hashbrown. The Bagel S’MORE’S ($7.90) is where it’s at if you’ve got a sweet tooth—this riff on a s’more sees melty marshmallows and chocolate, sandwiched within chewy bagel buns.

Read our Wooly’s Bagel review.

Address: 27 Arab Street, Singapore 199726
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 7:30pm
Website
Wooly’s Bagels is a Muslim-owned eatery.

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9. Jeong’s Jjajang


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You may know Jeong’s Jjajang as the popular stall for jjajangmyeon and jjampong in Bukit Merah, but they’ve since moved to Killiney Road, a quick walk from Somerset MRT Station. Run by a native Korean chef, the stall specialises in the two noodle dishes, both starring sauces that are made on-site, and sauces and broths that are both Chef Jeong’s own recipes.

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Aside from the noodles, the restaurant also sells other Korean-Chinese dishes, such as tangsuyuk, as well as small bites including mandu.

Read our Jeong’s Jjajang review.

Address: 75 Killiney Road, Singapore 239529
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 10pm
Website
Jeong’s Jjajang is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Celine’s Gelato Serangoon Gardens


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There are many gelato cafes in Singapore, but Celine’s Gelato stands out for its serving its wares in a pozzetti—the traditional way Italians store their gelato. They’re now open in Serangoon Gardens, following their Novena flagship. Expect 19 flavours of gelato here, including Black Sesame, Hojicha, Tiramisu, Hokkaido Milk. Prices start at $6, with an additional $0.50 for more premium flavours. 

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Unlike their Novena outlet, the pozzetti here is built into an ice cream counter, so you won’t get all the whimsy of their flagship’s cart set up, but don’t worry, the gelato is still as good.

Read our Celine’s Gelato feature.

Address: 1 Maju Avenue, #01-04, myVillage, Singapore 556679
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 10pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 10pm
Tel: 8100 5535
Website
Celine’s Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Cafe Gui Chinatown


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Popular Cafe Gui has unveiled its second branch in Chinatown! Situated on South Bridge Road, it’s merely a two-minute stroll from Maxwell MRT Station. This new cafe features a charming Hanok-inspired design, showcasing wooden architecture and intricate carvings reminiscent of traditional Korean homes.

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Indulge in Cafe Gui’s signature dishes and exciting new additions to their menu. Familiar faves include their Dosirak Rice Bowl ($15.90+), a Korean-inspired lunch box with short-grain rice, fried Spam slices, kimchi, pickles, seaweed, and a sunny-side up egg, as well as Dalgona Honeycomb ($9.90+) latte are must-tries!

Read our Cafe Gui review.

Address: 278 South Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 058827
Opening hours: Mon-Tue 10:30am to 6:30pm, Thurs-Sat 10:30am to 9:30pm, Sun 10:30am to 4:30pm
Website
Cafe Gui is not a halal-certified eatery.

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12. Sotpot


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Another eatery throwing their hat in the not-your-usual Korean restaurant ring is Suntec City’s Sotpot, which also offers sotbab. Each bowl comes with different toppings, whether it be Duroc Belly with Fried Kimchi ($21.90++) or Beef Woodae ($29.90++). Whatever your order, you also get chawanmushi, banchan, and seaweed soup alongside.

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Aside from the solo sotbab, Sotpot also has a  Phyunbaek Jjim (from $34.90++), where you get K-BBQ-style meat slices and veggies steamed in a cypress wood box, and paired with different dipping sauces. If K-BBQ is too jelak for you, this could be a great alternative.

Read our Sotpot review.

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #03-304/305, Sky Garden Suntec City, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3:30pm, 5:30pm to 9pm
Website
Sotpot is not a halal-certified eatery.

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13. Jakarta Ropang Project


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If you enjoy Indonesian food and want all the vibes of a Bali cafe without having to board a plane, then head down to 111 Somerset’s all-new cafe: Jakarta Ropang Project. Located on the ground floor, this new cafe is all minimalist and mid-century modern furnishings, with pops of lush greens that catch the eye.

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On the food front, expect signature rice dishes such as their Nasi Bali ($12.90++), AKA nasi campur, and Nasi Goreng Gila ($12.90++), as well as comforting Sop Bakso ($11.90++) bowls. 

Read our Jakarta Ropang Project review.

Address: 111 Somerset Road, #01-08, TripleOne Somerset, Singapore 238164
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 3pm, 4pm to 9pm, Sat 11am to 4pm
Website
Jakarta Ropang Project is not a halal-certified eatery.

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14. Warabimochi Kamakura


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Regular visitors to Japan will have heard of Warabimochi Kamakura, a famed warabimochi brand with over 50 outlets in Japan. They’ve recently opened their first Singaporean outlet at One Holland Village where you can get their signature house-made mochi, as well as other Japanese desserts and drinks.

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Get their 5-Piece Box for $7.90 and dig into their super chewy, stretchy warabimochi, made with 100% bracken starch. The mochi comes coated in kinako power that’s roasted more intensely, so expect oodles of nutty, toasty flavours.

Read our Warabimochi Kamakura review.

Address: 7 Holland Village Way, 01-54 One Holland Village, Singapore 275748
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 9:30pm
Website
Warabimochi Kamakura is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. Cosford Container Park


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Singapore’s largest food container park is here in the form of Cosford Container Park, located just off Changi Airport. There are 13 food stalls in this huge al fresco dining park, with sheltered and outdoor seats for you to dine at, depending on your preference. The park opens till 1 am daily too—great for a TGIF celebration or a mid-week wind-down.

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From seafood to Taiwanese skewers, there’s plenty to dig into here. Lobster lovers can swing by The Singapore Blue Lobster, serving up freshly grilled seafood. Otherwise, take your pick from Let’s BBQ Bar’s extensive display of Taiwanese skewers and enjoy them grilled with a side of ice-cold beer. There’s plenty to choose from, so bring friends and try a bit of everything.

Read our Cosford Container Park review.

Address: 30 Cosford Road, Singapore 499550
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 1am, Sat-Sun 8:30am to 1am
Website
Cosford Container Park is not a halal-certified eatery.

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16. Ralph’s Coffee


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Those who haven’t yet had a chance to check out Ralph Lauren’s pioneering Ralph’s Coffee cafe in Marina Bay Sands will be happy to know the brand has since opened in Shaw Centre too. Diners can expect a larger space decked out in the brand’s signature green and cream hues, with accents that showcase their adorable bear mascot.

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All their popular desserts are available here, from their ultra-fudgy Ralph’s Chocolate Cake ($14) and their rich New York Cheesecake ($14) to their Singapore-exclusive Ralph’s Coffee Soft Serve ($9), made on-site with their house-made coffee blend. 

Read our Ralph’s Coffee Orchard review.

Address: 1 Scotts Road, Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 9pm
Website
Ralph’s Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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17. Qing Shan Dao


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Let’s be real: some of us have second thoughts about dining out with the recent 2024 GST hike. This explains why we’re extra thankful for eateries with nett prices, namely Qing Shan Dao in Tai Seng.

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We really enjoyed the Kabayaki Eel ($12.90): a bowl comes with short-grain rice, onsen egg, marinated eel, shredded seaweed, and a wedge of lime. To go with it, you also get a miso soup, and a side of salad. There’s also the Golden Sauerkraut Fish Noodle ($8.50), better known as suan cai yu. You get a tangy and spicy soup with noodles, corn, bamboo shoots, and pickled vegetables for this one. 

Read our Qing Shan Dao review

Address: 601 MacPherson Road, #01-43, Grantral Mall, Singapore 368242
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Website
Qing Shan Dao is not a halal-certified eatery.

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18. Bochinche


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Meat lovers, you need to check out Bochinche‘s latest steak buffet promotion. Priced at $65++ per person, their 90-min Lunch Break Free Flow Steaks menu gets you unlimited servings of wood-fired steaks on Saturdays from 11:30am to 1pm and 1pm to 2:30pm

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Choose from two options: “Black Label” Ribeye and “W.Black” Marinated Inside Skirt, both of which come in 250g servings. The former is Argentinian beef that’s grass-fed for 28 days, while the latter is a 38-day wet-aged cut from Australia. Zhng up your protein with some sharing sides; top up $10++ for two plates, with options such as Roasted Vegetables and Agria Chips Provencal AKA thick-cut fries.

Each diner gets to enjoy a free glass of Malbec, Suntory Beer, prosecco, or soft drink too!

Read our Bochinche free-flow steak coverage!

Address: 27 Club Street, Singapore 069413
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm to 3 pm, 6pm to 11 pm, Fri 12pm to 3 pm, 6pm to 11:30pm, Sat 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 11:30pm
Tel: 6235 4990
Website
Bochinche is not a halal-certified eatery.

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19. Market Bistro


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Market Bistro, the all-new establishment from the team behind Fat Belly (FBG) and Elixir Coffee and Wine, is where it’s at if you’re looking to enjoy a fast, delicious meal in the Marina Bay area. Styled after bistros on Wall Street, this all-day dining destination flaunts a cool, black-and-white design scheme, and seats 42. 

Come for their ASAP lunch menu, where you pick and choose a protein, sauce, and sides to create a balanced, satisfying meal. The 40 Garlic Roasted Chicken ($14++) and Seared Scandinavian Salmon ($15++) were our two favourites. Come dinner, the menu expands to include familiar bistro faves, from Fish and Chips ($24++) to Steak Frites ($28++), the latter complete with crispy fries and garlic and parsley butter. Don’t leave without dessert—the gooey Chocolate Brownie ($12++) is our pick, finished with seasonal fruits and vanilla ice cream.

Address: 12 Marina Boulevard, #01-03, Marina Bay Financial Centre, Tower 3, Singapore 018982
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 9pm
Website
Market Bistro is not a halal-certified eatery.


20. Acoustics Coffee Bar


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Farrer Park has a new spot for cafe gurlies to visit this weekend: Acoustics Coffee Bar. The spacious, minimalist cafe is the ideal place for a chill brunch date, or for when you want to get some work done as there are power plugs here. ICYMI: the Farrer Park branch is their second baby, while the first outlet is located in Outram Park. 

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Here, you can indulge in their Nasi Bakar ($18+), a local delight that was created by MasterChef finalist Mandy Kee. You get aromatic lemak rice and spiced chicken pressed and wrapped in a banana leaf, along with a colourful side of vegetable pickle. End your meal with their gorgeous Pandan Tiramisu ($16+), which features ladyfingers, espresso, pandan sabayon, toasted coconut, and sweet potato powder. 

Read our Acoustics Coffee Bar review.

Address: 2 Owen Road, #01-02, Singapore 218842
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 5:30pm
Website
Acoustics Coffee Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.

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21. Moss Cross Tokyo


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Moss Cross Tokyo is known for their affordable omakase sets and casual dining experiences. The same gets transplanted onto their first Singaporean outpost on level two of Capri by Fraser China Square, where diners fork out just $69++ for omakase lunch sets.

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They’re known for their Shokado bentos, where you get nine small bites served in a bento wooden bento box. These bites are seasonal, so expect something different each time. Following that, you get multiple courses of mod-Japanese dishes, each more impressive than the next.

Read our Moss Cross Tokyo review.

Address: 181 South Bridge Road, #02-01, Capri by Fraser China Square, Singapore 058743
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm
Website
Moss Cross Tokyo is not a halal-certified eatery.

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22. The Hainan Story Northpoint City


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The Hainan Story has been expanding of late, and their latest, eighth installment has just opened its doors at Northpoint City. You’ll get traditional Hainanese dishes and snacks here, most of which come in at under $15. 

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Each The Hainan Story joint has outlet-exclusives, and the same goes for The Northpoint. These include the Hainam Braised Pork Knuckle Mee Tai Mak ($13.80), where tender pork knuckles combine with QQ mee tai mak noodles and a moreish dark sauce, and the  Hainam Braised White Bee Hoon ($13.80), complete with a homely chicken soup.

Read our The Hainan Story Northpoint City review.

Address: 930 Yishun Avenue 2, #B1-52, Northpoint City, North Wing, Singapore 769098
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 9:30pm
Website
The Hainan Story is not a halal-certified eatery.

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23. Tinto Spanish Restaurant


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@tinto_sg

Half a year after they burst onto the dining scene at Dempsey, Tinto Spanish Restaurant is unveiling a brand new brunch menu, served exclusively each Friday to Sunday between 11:30am and 3:30pm. Start with their selection of pinchos, such as Pintxo Jamon Ham “5J” and Pintxo Setas & Jerez, the latter topped with grilled mushrooms, truffle aioli, hummus and mushroom oil. Each serve is priced at $28++.

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Enjoy their new Agua de Valencia ($22++), a refreshing mix of gin, vodka and orange juice with sparkling wine, alongside tapas dishes including Tortilla de Mariscos ($26++), for prawns, fish and calamari atop fluffy fried egg. For something more filling, check out the Plancha de Carabinero (price TBD), or Signature Catalan Chicken Al Ast (from $38++), served with a baked pasta that’s native to Barcelona, and addictive skinny fries.

Address: Blk 10 Dempsey Road, #01-21, Singapore 247700
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 5:30pm to 10:30pm, Fri-Sun 11:30am to 3:30pm, 5:30pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 9729 5002
Website
Tinto is not a halal-certified eatery.


24. Hello Arigato


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They recently introduced a breakfast-only menu, and now, Hello Arigato has added yet another sando to their sandwich line-up. The Porkatsu Sando ($25++) is its name, starring a super thicc Kurobuta pork collar cutlet, panko-ed and fried, and slipped between two slices of their house-made Japanese milk bread. Paired with the katsu is a tangy house-made tonkatsu sauce, as well as Japanese mayonnaise and fresh shredded cabbage.

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If you missed the brekkie menu, it’s only served at their Bukit Timah and Everton Park outlets between 9am and 11am. There are three toasts on the menu, made with their Japanese milk bread: B.E Toast ($16++), with creamy scrambled eggs and maple-glazed pancetta, LOX Toast ($16++) spread with scallion cream cheese then layered with smoked Norwegian salmon and more, and Avo Arigato Toast ($14++), which swaps the proteins out for avocados.

Website | Full list of outlets
Hello Arigato is not a halal-certified eatery.


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