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.
Need some yummy goodies for a celebration or event? The Plattering Co. offers a wide range of party platters including generous meat platters and sides, decadent cheese and charcuterie platters, handcrafted canapés and light bites. These tasty plates of food are made with quality ingredients and are prepared fresh daily. They come packed in Kraft boxes, ready to eat, for a convenient food solution for all occasions.
New and Notable
Wildfire Burgers has opened its latest outlet at Robertson Walk. This third branch serves crowd favourites like the Classic 001 Cheeseburger and The Eggstarter, plus two new dishes: chargrilled Argentinian grainfed Angus striploin and a chopped Caesar salad. Wildfire is an award-winning burger restaurant loved for its fresh ingredients and the fact that the burgers are cooked on a Binchotan-charcoal-fired INKA grill to achieve a unique smoky flavour.
After five years at bustling Club Street, Le Bon Funk has launched another outlet, this time at Holland Village. The new day-to-night wine bar and kitchen is a 68-seater space featuring a breezy alfresco terrace. There’s a tight curation of exciting wines on offer, complemented with produce-led plates inspired by the chefs’ travels and diverse background. Le Bon Funk is a series of neighbourhood wine bars by ChefOwner Keirin Buck and Beverage Director Jos Kjer.
Millenia Walk Gets a Scottish Twist
After 16 years in Clarke Quay, Highlander Bar has opened its doors in a new location in Millenia Walk. Along with staff in kilts and walls adorned with stag heads, the bar offers a huge selection of whiskies and liquors, along with daily live band performances and a resident DJ. There’s also a menu brimming with Scottish classics, including Haggis, Beef and Guinness Pie and Scotch Eggs. Slàinte Mhath!
Wine in a Can
You can now enjoy Vinette Wines in a can thanks to homegrown convenience store uMart. Vinette’s signature collection of wines comes in five varieties: a crisp Rosé, an easy-drinking Chenin Blanc with peach, lime and sweet lychee flavours, a full-bodied Chardonnay that has a soft buttery undertone with apple and lemon to papaya and pineapple flavours, a Merlot with aromas of sweet mulberry, spicy and dark forest fruit, and a Sweet Sparkle Wine with aromas of fresh tropical fruit, honey and muscat.
24-hour Meats & Eats!
Set in the heart of the old Ghim Moh neighbourhood, Meatkrafters is an upscale gourmet butchery grocer that stands out with a sleek and modern exterior. The butchery offers premium and distinctive meat cuts, artisanal cheeses, house-branded soups, breads, desserts, an extensive collection of wines and more. It’s also the first butchery retailer to offer self-checkout refrigerators that are available 24/7 on-site. You can now conveniently access a variety of fresh frozen meat cuts, house-branded soups and desserts at any time, whether it’s to satisfy late-night hotpot cravings or for lastminute grocery shopping!
Mama Meng’s Little India, located in Jalan Kukoh Food Centre, across the bridge from Robertson Quay, offers a variety of creative Indian dishes, including crispy prata, thosai waffles and gelato with an Indian twist, for dine in or takeaway. No reservations are needed – there are plenty of seats in the food centre. Mama Meng’s offers inclusive employment to residents in the neighbourhood.
Australia’s Own has launched two new additions to its line of certified organic plant-based milk beverages. The Oat Milk variety is rich in calcium and made with natural organic oats sourced directly from the rich green pastures of regional Victoria, Australia. And chocolate lovers will go nuts over the Chocolate Hazelnut Milk, which serves up the same deliciousness as a regular chocolate milk, just lighter on the palate – and planet!
The Australia’s Own organic plant-based range is available at NTUC FairPrice and Cold Storage.
Fancy a Sunday Brunch? Read up on the top brunches in Singapore here.