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.
Enjoy exclusive privileges at Pan Pacific Singapore when you sign up for its dining membership programme, Pan Pacific Privileges. You can accumulate points on restaurant receipts for instant redemption and enjoy member-only discounts and perks. Get a taste of the privileges by signing up for a complimentary membership and you’ll enjoy 1,000 bonus points on your first receipt at Edge, the hotel’s buffet restaurant, or award-winning Cantonese restaurant Hai Tien Lo (terms apply).
If you like your slices thin and saucy, you’ll want to mosey on over to this new hole-in-the-wall pizza joint tucked away in the alley on Gemmill Lane – next to the similarly hidden Burger Joint. The slim menu champions classic NYC-style pizza sold by the slice. Available toppings vary depending on when you come down, but expect favourites like pepperoni, sausage, and spinach and ricotta. Non-pizza offerings include strombolis and a sweet calzone.
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Newly opened in the buzzy Robertson Quay neighbourhood is Tapas 24 – the first Asian outpost of the Barcelonian restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Carles Abellán. The casual joint offers a menu of classic dishes like Galician-style octopus, Spanish omelettes and a divine bikini sandwich with black truffle, Jamón Ibérico and buffalo mozzarella. Pairing perfectly with your tapas spread is a selection of sangrias and Spanish street cocktails.
Welcoming Wine Bar
If stuffy and overly formal wine bars just aren’t your thing, make a reservation at the new Club Street Wine Room. This is the latest venue for Cure Concepts and is helmed by chef Andrew Walsh, whose restaurant CURE was recently awarded a Michelin star. Set within a traditional shophouse on Club Street, the brightly lit space features a modern design with both bar and booth seating. The selection of international wines takes centre stage and you’ll find intriguing bottles like the Sea Soul No. 4, a “sea-aged” wine that’s submerged underwater to aid fermentation and enhance taste.
Despite debuting just a year ago, the iconic Luke’s Lobster has opened its third and biggest restaurant at Great World. Coinciding with the opening is a three-part Luke Goes Local collaboration, where local chefs create a trio of unique lobster rolls that celebrate familiar flavours. The first roll, created by Chef Thevar of his eponymous restaurant, showcases elevated Indian flavours with additions like roasted coconut chutney and curry aioli. Come mid-October, Birds of a Feather will take the spotlight with a mala-infused lobster roll that brings the heat. FatFuku’s Chef Annette Tan will close the series in mid-November with a mystery roll of classic Peranakan flavours. Available at all outlets.
There’s more to Italian cuisine than pasta and pizza! The all-new Griglia Open Fire Italian Kitchen on Craig Road introduces the art of grigliata – the Italian summer tradition of open-fire grilling over a charcoal flame. The restaurant employs a customised cast-iron grill as well as traditional and modern methods to create a lighter take on the cuisine, with a menu leaning towards Mediterranean flavours. Expect plenty of fresh meat and seafood, plus seasonal vegetables dressed in olive oil marinades. Inspired by the traditional outdoor setting of grigliata, the restaurant’s interiors feature warm wood, brick and metal accents.
Roast of the Town
Earlier this month, The Great British Sunday Roast Competition came to a close with four winners announced: Shirley Wardle, Brian Kennett, Frank Butler and Colin Ip. The competition was a collaboration between AHDB and the British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore and aimed to showcase high-quality British beef in one of the UK’s most famous dishes.
Fancy a Sunday Brunch? Read up on the top brunches in Singapore here
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