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New Nibbles: 5 new foodie spots to visit in October

We bring you the exclusive scoop on what’s hot and buzzing in the wine and dine department this month, so you won’t be left behind. From the latest cafe launches to the new restaurants in town – here are five new foodie spots to check out this month!

 

chijmes cafe singapore
The Glasshouse’s cosy space

#1 The Glasshouse

Get your caffeine fix at The Glasshouse, a newly opened cafe tucked away in CHIJMES (#01-K11, 30 Victoria Street). This new kid on the block is blessed with tons of natural light and fresh plants – every corner the ideal spot for your Instagram shots! On the menu are light nibbles like toast and pastries, alongside specialty coffee.

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premium japanese market singapore
Apart from premium groceries, you’ll also find a create-your-own bento section

#2 Premium Japan Farmers Market

Get your fill of Japanese goodies at Premium Japan Farmers Market, which has opened its doors at the public departure gallery of Changi Airport (#02-94, Terminal 3). On offer is a wide range of top-quality vegetables, seasonal fruits, sake and other groceries – all exclusively brought in from Japan.

 

keong saik bakery singapore
Chendol Delight

#3 Keong Saik Bakery

Pop by Keong Saik Bakery (41 Keong Saik Road), a local-inspired cafe serving fresh bread, pastries and coffee. This traditional-meets-modern space is decked in retro-themed décor and murals that will bring you back in time. A popular order is the Sor Hei ($3.20), a black and white Danish pastry filled with chocolate chips.

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origin fine-dining restaurant
Asian fine-dining restaurant Origin

#4 Origin

Started by a pair of young chefs, the newly launched 40-seater Origin (76 Duxton Road) is a fine-dining restaurant serving elegant Asian-inspired creations. Available are three- to five-course set lunches, two dinner menus, as well as a fifteen-course special tasting menu. The beverage list offers teas, wines, spirits and beers from Asia, including mageolli, sake, sochu and rice wines.

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Italian Restaurants Singapore
Calabrese pizza

#5 PizzaExpress Duo Galleria

Fans of popular pizza chain PizzaExpress can now get their Italian fix at the establishment’s second outlet in Bugis (#01-01/02, Duo Galleria). Grub on an extensive variety of hearty Italian fare, from freshly made pizzas and handmade pastas, to sinful desserts like chocolate fudge cake and tiramisu.

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