10 New Restaurants In September 2021—Wagyu Burgers, Matcha Souffle Pancakes And More
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10 New Restaurants In September 2021—Wagyu Burgers, Matcha Souffle Pancakes And More

22nd September 2021

New restaurants in September 2021


Now that we are back in the dine-in phase, I’m sure many of us have been frequenting our favourite eateries that we’ve missed dearly over the P2HA period. To add variety to your itinerary, here are 10 new restaurants for you to try in September 2021, including an IG-worthy beach-themed bar, an Australian-inspired cafe selling acai bowls and more! Do note that this list that we’ve curated features new openings and revamped menus as well. 


1. Eggslut 


New restaurants in September - eggslut flat lay

Eggslut has finally set foot in Singapore! Their signature Fairfax Sandwich ($12) features creamy scrambled eggs, sweet caramelised onions, cheddar cheese, and Sriracha mayo, all sandwiched between fluffy brioche buns. The Slut ($11) is another must-try; it features coddled egg atop potato puree, paired with toasted baguette slices. 

New restaurants in September - eggslut gaucho

If you’re looking for something more hearty, the Gaucho Sandwich ($23) comes with slices of seared Wagyu tri-tip, an over-medium egg, arugula, finished with a chimichurri sauce. For drinks, there are two craft sodas available on their menu, specially created in collaboration with a local brewery. Priced at $4.50, there is an Elderflower & Lemon flavour, and a Grapefruit & Ginger one as well. 

Check out our Eggslut review

Address: 6 Scotts Road, #01-12, Scotts Square, Singapore 228209
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 10pm
Website
Eggslut is not a halal-certified eatery


2. Eatbox 


New restaurants in September - eatbox

Eatbox is now a permanent food hall at Tekka Place near Rochor MRT Station. Beat the heat with XXL shaved ice from Ice On You, including flavours such as the Thai Milk Tea Shaver ($5.80) or the IG-worthy Rainbow Shaver ($5.80)

New restaurants in September - eatbox thachang

From Thachang Shaker Bar, go for the well-marinated Original Mooping ($1.50), Mala Mooping ($2), or the Tom Yum Mooping ($2). Pair this with a side of Thachang Noodle Shaker (from $5.90), which comes in familiar Thai flavours including tom yum, and boat noodle. 

Something more filling is the Premium A5 Wagyu ($25.90) rice bowl that comes with juicy slices of Wagyu and a portion of fragrant garlic fried rice. 

Find out more about Eatbox here! 

Address: 2 Serangoon Road, #01-55 to 59, Tekka Place, Annex Building, Singapore 218227
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 10:30pm
Website


3. Tipsy Flamingo


New restaurants in September - tipsy flamingo ambience

Newly opened by actor Pierre Png is Tipsy Flamingo, a beach-themed bar with an ambience that is great for the ‘gram. Go straight for Pierre’s unique creation, the refreshing Steady Pom P-P ($18++) that is perfumed with flowery notes from the honey and peach bitters.  

New restaurants in September - tipsy flamingo

From their savoury options, there is Tipsy’s Lobster & Crabmeat Roll ($29++), which wcomes with a generous portion of lobster chunks, topped with herring caviar to give this roll a burst of umami. Other must-tries are Tipsy’s Ebi Katsu Sando ($18++), and the Fried Beef Rib ($60++ for 650g), which will surely satisfy all meat lovers! 

Check out our Tipsy Flamingo review!

Address: 252 North Bridge Road, #01-17A, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 9010 0348
Website


4. Shake Shack at Gardens By The Bay 


New restaurants in September - shake shack burger

Popular American burger chain Shake Shack has opened their seventh outlet at Singapore’s famous attraction, Gardens By The Bay. An outlet-special is the Roasted Garlic Mushroom Burger ($12.50), which comes with a juicy beef patty encased in melted cheese and aromatic garlic mayo. 

New restaurants in September - shake shack

Another new menu item is the Roasted Garlic Fries ($6.50), seasoned in garlic mayo, and topped with a handful of powdered cheese and spring onions. Unique additions to their dessert menu include the blueberry-flavoured Berries by the Bay ($7.50) and the mango-infused Tropic Like It’s Hot ($7.50)

Check out our Shake Shack Review

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, #03-02/03, Gardens By The Bay, Singapore 018953
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Website


5. Kumoya


New restaurants in September - kumoya

Kumoya is back and better with a Hello Kitty Shabu Shabu Restaurant! The Shabau-Shabu Set (from $24.90+), allows you to choose a soup base, followed by a meat, seafood, or vegetarian dish, and a portion of rice or noodles, along with one dipping sauce. There are 10 soup bases, including Chicken Beauty Collagen or Szechuan Mala

New restaurants in September - kumoya dessert

They also have adorable Hello-Kitty desserts such as the Hello Kitty Apple Mousse Cake ($12.90+) filled with cream and apple jam, or the light and fluffy Strawberry Swiss Roll ($11.90+). Their Frappe selection including the Momo Watermelon Frappe ($13.90+) and Soursop Mint Frappe ($13.90+) are topped with pastel-coloured sprinkles—great for the ‘gram!

Find out more about Kumoya here

Address: 181 Orchard Road #04-08 Orchard Central Singapore 238896
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9.30pm
Tel: 8946 4181
Website


6. Restaurant Salt


New restaurants in September - restaurant salt party lunch box
Image credit: @restaurantsalt.sg

Popped up along Circular Road is Restaurant Salt, which offers an ever-changing menu of innovative dishes. Adding to the fun is their curbside pickup service, where you can grab an all-in-one Party “Lunch-box” ($46.90) featuring a full lobster roll, Korean garlic cream cheese bun, and a unique, sweet-savoury chorizo financier.

New restaurants in September - salt restaurant

Their drinks are well worth a mention too. A favourite is their Salt’s Summer Passionfruit Tea ($12.50), which comes freshly brewed in a 500ml bottle for a thirst-quenching drink. You can also pick their Fruit Vinegar ($12.50) for something tart, or Hazelnut Assam Milk Tea ($12.50) for a light caffeine fix.

Address: 49 Circular Road, Singapore 049404
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 7:30pm
Tel: 8893 6434
Website


7. Gram Cafe & Pancakes 


New restaurants in September - gram cafe and pancakesImage credit: Gram Cafe & Pancakes

Gram Cafe & Pancakes recently renovated their outlet at VivoCity, and is now decorated with hues of pinks and blues. Look out for their life-sized sakura tree that spans across the cafe ceiling, making the space extra pretty. 

New restaurants in September - gram cafe and pancakes kit katImage credit: Gram Cafe & Pancakes

To celebrate their reopening, they have launched a new KitKat menu including the Limited Edition Gram Premium Matcha Pancakes made with KITKAT ($22.90++), and the Limited Edition Chocolate Premium Pancakes made with KITKAT ($20.90++)

Find out more about Gram Cafe & Pancakes here!

Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #02-110, VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm, last order at 9pm
Website


8. Carrotsticks & Cravings


New restaurants in September - carrotsticks and cravings breakfast

The newly opened Carrotsticks and Cravings at Stanley Street is a chic and cosy brunch spot for your next healthy brunch date. On the menu are the Signature Smashed Avo ($18), Red Shakshouka ($18), and Stanley Breakfast for 2 ($46)—an outlet-exclusive dish featuring a spread of Israeli salad, sourdough slices, roasted eggplant with hummus, house-made falafel, avocado with feta and more. The brekkie platter is served with two coffees, and two eggs cooked to your preference. 

New restaurants in September - carrotsticks and cravings
Image credit: @carrotsticksandcravings

Those who are looking for a healthy yet filling pick-me-up can consider the Protein Wake Up Call! ($12), a satisfying smoothie made of vegan protein powder, peanut butter, banana, espresso, cinnamon, almond milk, and honey. There’s also the Immunity Green Juice ($12.50)—fresh spirulina, celery, green apple, and lemon—if you need a morning boost.    

Address: 5 Stanley Street, #01-01, Singapore 068724
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 6pm
Tel: 8028 6651
Website


9. Burgs by Project Warung


New restaurants in September - burgs by project warung

Made famous thanks to their affordable yet restaurant-standard burgers is Burgs by Project Warung, which opened their newest outlet at 313@somerset. Purists can go for their Burgs Classic Cheese Burger ($6.90) or the Marinara Burger ($5.90), doused in a tangy house-made tomato sauce. 

New restaurants in September - burgs by project warung crispy fish burger

A unique alternative is the Crispy Fish Burger ($7.90). It boasts a crispy battered dory fish slathered with house-made cheese sauce, topped with refreshing tomato salsa. Complete your meal by ordering a Lotus Biscoff Shake ($5.90) or Lotus Biscoff Soft Serve ($4.90), both packed with a highly pronounced caramel flavour. 

Check out our Burgs by Project Warung review!

Address: 313 Orchard Road, #05-01/02/03, Stall 25, Food Republic, 313@somerset, Singapore 238895
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9pm
Website


10. Tien Court


New restaurants in September - tien court

Tucked within Copthorne King’s Hotel, Tien Court has launched a brand new menu showcasing a variety of Teochew and Cantonese dishes. Their Deep-fried Glutinous Rice with Minced Chicken ($7++) features savoury minced chicken encased in a crispy golden outer layer of fried glutinous rice. 

New restaurants in September - tien court tau suan

For desserts, they have a Homemade Tau Suan with Freshly Grated Orange Peel, Gingko and Fried Dough Fritter ($6++), which is perfumed with zesty notes. There’s also the Signature Teochew Crispy Noodle (from $20++), served with a tangy strawberry vinegar sauce that’s light and refreshing.

Address: 403 Havelock Road, Singapore 169632
Opening hours: Wed-Mon, 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 6318 3193
Website


Try these new restaurants this September 2021 


Zhng up your food adventures with our list of 10 new restaurants to try in September 2021, and bring your loved ones along to enjoy some good food as well!  

For more affordable eats, visit our list of 15 old school breakfast spots in Singapore. Alternatively, check out our list of 17 halal food places for special occasions.

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