Wondering where to eat in Singapore? Every month we bring you the scoop on what’s hot and buzzing across town – from the latest brunch spot to new menus at old favourites, as well as new restaurants and bars.
Eating Well in 2023
Struggling to stick with your New Year’s resolution of healthy eating? Sasha’s Fine Foods has done the hard work for you with a curation of healthy, delicious and nutritious meals – prepared exactly the same way you would at home.
The range was created to ensure families across Singapore can enjoy healthy, additive-free meals. Sasha works with wonderful chefs who use her sustainably sourced ingredients to hand-prepare delicious homemade meals that bring a sense of comfort and quality; no food additives or preservatives, just high-quality meals, frozen to capture the freshness and flavour. All you have to do is defrost and reheat!
Expanding on this new line of ready-to-eat meals, Sasha’s Fine Foods also offers Singaporean-based Meals in Minutes for a local twist and London-based La Tua Pasta (favoured by Gordon Ramsay). All meals share the same focus of providing busy individuals and families with flavourful, nutritious food when pinched for time.
And it’s not just meals – for your weekly shop, Sasha’s carries a wide range of fruits and vegetables, carefully sourced sustainable meat, fish and seafood with no nasties, and other grocery needs. The range has expanded significantly since the business launched in 2011, making it a real “foodie” destination, with a strong emphasis on quality and flavour. Orders can be delivered on the same day, in refrigerated carbon-neutral trucks, at a time convenient to you.
Chocolates at Dempsey
Homegrown bean-to-bar chocolate brand Mr. Bucket has launched a new chocolate lifestyle destination at Dempsey Hill. Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie (Dempsey Factory) features Singapore’s first build-your-own chocolate slab station, an indoor and outdoor dining experience, and a chocolate dispensary where you can buy your favourite chocolate treats sustainably with your own container. From bon bons and bars, to house-made bakes and entremets, and even drinking chocolate and cacao wine, everything in Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie is made fresh daily, using responsibly sourced single-estate Asian chocolate. Viewing points across the store offer a front row seat to the enchanting bean-to-bar journey!
Whisky & Coffee
Immerse yourself in a world of fine whisky and smooth coffee at The Macallan’s pop-up at the Departure Hall of Terminal 3 at Changi, open until 28 February. The pop-up celebrates the launch of the whisky brand’s latest global travel exclusive, The Harmony Collection Smooth Arabica, and features an interactive AR experience for discovering more about this limited-edition single malt whisky. Travellers can also walk away with a personalised bag of coffee beans to complement the Smooth Arabica tasting experience. You’ll also find a comprehensive range of single malts from The Macallan’s travel retail exclusive range and selected limited releases.
For a breezy respite with breathtaking city views, head to the newly opened Las Palmas on Level 33 of Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena. This Palm Springs-inspired rooftop bar offers a quick escape to the famed Californian destination without the need for a long flight! Guests can look forward to a joyful and glamorous 1960s vibe, including drinks that’ll transport you to a cocktail lounge of old, and a menu crafted around classic Americana, Mexican and Southern Californian dishes with an Asian twist.
A Baker’s Dozen
Tiong Bahru Bakery has launched its twelfth store in Singapore! Located at Crane Road in Joo Chiat, the bakery’s newest outpost boasts interiors featuring artsy embroidery detailing inspired by a trip to the culture-rich city of Budapest. The all-glass facade provides an abundance of natural light for a warm homey vibe, while the comfy seats and warm wooden finishings add to the charming neighbourhood feel. On offer are the bakery’s viennoiseries with their signature buttery goodness, freshly-brewed aromatic coffees, and the beloved sweet and savoury croffles.
The bustling city of Seoul is being celebrated at Raffles Hotel Singapore, with The Grand Lobby’s Seoul Afternoon Tea. This is part of a series of thematic afternoon teas paying homage to the unique culinary flavours of distinctive global cities. Available until 26 March, the Korean-inspired sweet and savoury spread is served on a three-tier silver stand, alongside The Grand Lobby’s signature home-made original and raisin scones, served with clotted cream and strawberry rose jam.
Fancy a Sunday Brunch? Read up on the top brunches in Singapore here.
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