The brainchild of Les Amis Group, Lemak Boys sees three young chefs breathe new life into dishes we’re all familiar with. If … But honestly, the clincher has to be the stories chef Dannel and Shawn shared with us along the way that gave the whole experience a nice, personal touch.The Nomads, 70 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 048458. The prawns ($13), which are sourced from local markets, are juicy and the passionfruit seeds lend a sweet aftertaste. The first edition is a nod to Japanese culture with ingredients such as sakura liqueur and sparkling sake in the drinks.Catfish, 5 Gemmill Lane, Singapore 069261, Joining the long list of top-notch restaurants at Robertson Quay, Tang Lung Restaurant dishes out comforting Chinese food, and that includes dim sum! If you’re looking to reminisce your NYC trip or hankering for a decent gyro platter, you know where to hit up.Overrice, 48 Arab Street, Singapore 199745. Each dish was paired with a riveting anecdote or fun fact about everything under the sun, from when he first arrived in Singapore to the proper way of preparing mussels and how he has developed over 250 mussels recipes to date. The Kerala beef ribs ($45) and lamb ribs ($20) with mint sauce are your best options. Last but not the least is Hoshi Hill. Take the dry-aged Angus ribeye, for example: Served medium rare, it’s so good on its own that you don’t need any sauce to go with it. While mussels may be the star of the menu, don’t overlook crowd-pleasers like Le Croq-Truffle, a truffle-loaded croque monsieur that is the perfect blend of salty and cheesy; bitterballen, a dutch beef meatball that is crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside; and the escargot tartes flambées, a French-style pizza that had us dreaming about the light and flaky crust for days.BTM Mussels & Bar, 5 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089591, Don’t let the name throw you off; it’s pronounced as “one view”. Cheese lovers can go straight for the Malakoff ($10), a glorious golden-brown sphere of deep-fried gruyere. The caramelised pumpkins are just as good, cutting like butter off our fork with a caramelised, toasty flavour. Highlights include catfish taco with umeboshi and hazelnut ($16), hamachi sashimi with ponzu and nashi pear ($26), and sesame prawn toast with uni and caviar ($58). Marinières is a classic flavour cooked with white wine, butter, parsley and onion for a light and flavourful broth. All in all, it’s a great spot for an intimate evening with your other half.Coucou, 9 Craig Road, Singapore 089669. Another noteworthy plate? Rise and shine with the blue corn waffles (made with gluten-free cornmeal), which you can have either sweet or savoury. Needless to say, we were stoked to check out his newest venture. Top it all off with the revamped aperitivo drinks programme divided into frose, spritz, aperitivo and negroni concoctions.Caffe Fernet, #01-05, Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049323. Wash it all down with the curated selection of wines.Allium, #01-11, Kensington Square, 2 Jln Lokam, Singapore 537846. To get a little carby action, order the spatzi (soft dumpling, Swiss pasta-style) to go along with it. But we took the traditional route and had the chorizo with comte cheese and a sunny-side-up egg ($15), which reminded us of pepperoni pizza. Working the custom-made grills are chefs Dave Pynt and Jake Kellie, who never fail to dish out skillfully-cooked steaks such as beef tenderloin and Blackmore’s cube roll, balanced with modern Australian creations. Forget what you know about Sichuan cuisine (it’s not just about mala) and flock down to Birds of a Feather. Let’s just say we inhaled it in a blink of an eye.Avenue 87, 47 Amoy Street, Singapore 069873, Carnivores, this one’s for you. We’re proud to say that this year 215 restaurants made the cut. Another showstopper has to be the soft shell crab curry ($18), which is more crab than curry, but we’re not complaining. Calling all biryani lovers! Highlights include the creamy orecchiette pasta ($24) with Beyond sausage and wild mushrooms, and the Beyond burger ($24), which features a juicy meatless patty, Daiya cheese and caramelised onions sandwiched between a brioche bun. Michelin-starred Restaurants, Bib Gourmand and the entire MICHELIN Guide Selection for Singapore. What’s an Italian meal without pasta? But don’t let your culinary journey through France stop there; browse through the cosy retail section on your way out and bring home all the cheese, wines, tinned sardines, Bordier butter (yum! We’re sold.Bao by Ce La Vi, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971. While his menu is rooted in classic French cooking, he breathes new life into it by focusing instead on the 40 indigenous herbs native to the alps. For textural razzle-dazzle, there’s the dehydrated charcoal sponge. Special Awards. Who would have thought we would see local elements stand out in a French establishment? Gourmands rejoiced when revered French chef Anne-Sophie Pic finally opened her first restaurant in Singapore (and Asia) at the refurbished Raffles Hotel Singapore. But if you’re feeling hungry, we’d suggest you share the Five Founders Carbon Neutral Certified Beef OP Rib ($148/1kg) with your fellow diner. 15. Bliss. There are plenty of new restaurants to try. We started with a trio of plates: octopus croquettes ($14), a takoyaki-like dish that’s stuffed with octopus bechamel and coated a la tonkatsu, beer-marinated olives ($8), a tangy starter that will have you reaching for more, and the smoky romesco hummus ($10) that makes for a decent vegetarian starter. The result? You can also find Korean fried chicken (from $10.90) and other typical dishes like army stew (from $29.90), tteokbokki ($11.90) and ramyeon ($14.90) on the menu. 15. If you prefer your drink straight up, go for ice brewed sencha ($6.50) or lavender espresso ($4.50-$5.50). We’re betting they’ll soon be iconic, like the just-revamped Raffles Courtyard, which has attracted crowds ever since it opened its doors to discerning drinkers in 1991. For dessert, you can take your pick from 10 crepes that come in flavours like hazelnut, Valrhona chocolate and chestnut cream. Run by husband-wife duo Myron and Shaz, the rotating menu spotlights grub like grilled halloumi, tuna melt and the classic grilled cheese. Pollen Restaurant. Summer Pavilion. Sushi Saito, Tokyo 45. The former serves up Japanese-flavoured burgers like yuzu karaage ($14) and fish and caviar ($22), while the latter offers a full range of plant-based burgers, including a vegan rendition of the famous Ramly burger ($15). If you’re feeling peckish, go for the Hot Chicken Salad and Caramelised Pumpkin ($20). Psst: Come nightfall, the place becomes a hole-in-the-wall wine bar with vino, spirits and bar bites like skewered grilled meats and naan with hummus mash.Kafe Samsa, 70 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 048458, The perfect liquid companion to an exquisite steak has to be a glass of vino. The three Michelin-starred French restaurant is bringing the dreamy experience right to your doorstep with two new set menus under its home dining initiative Odette At Home: Decouverte ($188) and Indulgence ($288). Introduced last year, our aim with the Top 20 is to recognise the crème de la crème—exceptional restaurants that help raise the bar when it comes to delivering stellar fare and top-notch service. Sticking to the theme, the four-course menu ($118) will feature a trove of oceanic delights with Asian influences, made using sustainably sourced seafood and local produce. We ended our Greek feast with baklava ($12), of course. On the dinner menu, you’ll find shareable plates in categories like snacks, raw, fish, vegetables and desserts. It’s not sickeningly sweet and the portion isn’t too big, so no judgement if you inhale it all by yourself. Taking up the space formerly occupied by Long Bar Steakhouse, the location works as an almost poetic ode to its predecessor. Alternatively, treat yourself to a juicy slab of XL fried chicken. Complete the experience with a sake pairing ($18) or Japnese-inspired cocktails like Umami Old Fashioned.Rappu, 52 Duxton Road, Singapore 089516. We would have gone for a second slice but we had to pace ourselves for what was about to arrive next. Go all out by topping them with ice cream from Birds of Paradise. While we’ve enjoyed the numerous takeaway and delivery options during the circuit breaker, there’s just something about dining out with your squad on a lazy weekend. The epicurean journey starts with a plate of homemade pickled vegetable focaccia accompanied by a salty Sichuan compound butter. But now the cosy two-storey shophouse at Ann Siang Hill has transformed into a multi-restaurant concept with three F&B brands under one roof. And yes, you can have these spreads with the Nomads naan ($10) that’s freshly baked daily. 864 reviews Closed Now. Hit up the 60-seater restaurant for sharing plates whipped up in the open kitchen. For heartier dishes, think steamed flower crabs, sweet and sour prawns ($38) and kung pao chicken ($18).Tang Lung Restaurant, #01-12, The Pier at Robertson, 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 239013. Below, we list some of the newest places in town that are sure to entice you this December. Singapore. Meat eaters can still get their fill, although beefy dishes take up no more than one-twentieth of the menu. Korean food is one of the most popular Singapore cuisines. This brunch is all about incorporating superfoods into crowd-pleasing recipes, with a few cheeky cocktails thrown in for good measure. Meatloaf. As part of the signature six-course set ($129++), diners can indulge in deep-fried lobster with mango and cheese, wok-fried codfish with cherry sauce, fried rice with pan-fried scallops, and Australian wagyu beef with black pepper sauce. Firing up an authentic BBQ experience, all the meats go through a low and slow smoking technique, resulting in an intense, smokey flavour. Our perception of French cuisine has truly changed. A glorious plate of biryani with tender meat. Another thing worth mentioning is its boozy weekend brunch ($88), where you can enjoy free flow servings of two cocktails and beers of your choice.Heart of Darkness, 1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109. All rights reserved. Melted raclette cheese and ham sit on a bed of crispy rosti, resulting in a solid, filling dish. Tuck into pineapple char siew tarts ($6.90), steamed Chinese dumplings ($8.90), pork siew mai with salted egg yolk ($7.90) and truffle mushroom crystal dumplings ($8.90). Famed for its chewy rice noodles and fiery broth made with a secret recipe, it offers noodle bowls (from $6.50) in six flavours including tomato soup, mala and clear broth. Locations. InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966, email [email protected] or call (+65) 6825 1131, www.singapore.intercontinental.com Regent Singapore Lunches, dinners, and brunches take on delicious festive twists, culminating in an all-Italian Buone Feste on 25 December. 2019 is definitely chef Rishi Naleendra’s year. But if you’re feeling cheeky, cider cocktails fit the bill. Plus, there are more toppings on the menu so you can customise your pizza as you wish! Both seasonally inspired menus have something different to offer while doling out mains like wagyu beef, roasted pigeon and Pic’s signature berlingots with a fondue centre. Feel free to indulge your sweet tooth with tempting handcrafted pastries like chouquettes and tarts, too.Odette At Home, order online. Seafoodies can dig into the fresh ocean platter, which features Boston lobster tail, Tasmanian mussels, tiger prawn, octopus and salmon trout or saffron risotto, which is topped with sweet lobster chunks and scallops.Black Marble by Otto, #02-01, Raffles Holland V Mall, 118 Holland Avenue, Singapore 278997, From now till 9 February, foodies can head over to Sentosa to have a taste of Taiwan’s famous Ningxia Night Market, aka the “stomach of Taipei”. After revamping Cheek by Jowl to a more casual restaurant, simply dubbed Cheek, he opened the much-lauded Cloudstreet a few months after. If you ask us, the veal brisket chapati ($14) is one of the stars on the new menu. Violet Oon and Her Son Tay Yiming Discuss). New to Duxton Hill, BTM Mussels & Bar specialises in Belgian’s national dish: Moules-frites aka mussels and fries. It’s peculiar at first, but the creme fraiche brings down the heat by a notch and the amber spheres add a contrasting texture to the crunchy dish. “It’ll be an experience that people will need to book ahead in groups of four; strictly four, no more, no less. For dessert, the sticky date pudding ($14) is the clear winner. Singapore Tourism Singapore Hotels ... 2020. Or go for the Singapore-exclusive Tonkotsu Fire Ramen ($18.90). However, although we love carbs as much as the next person, local flavours like chicken satay ($9.90) and char siew ($10) come stuffed with a generous portion of rice, which is a bit of an overkill for us. Best of the Best With the help of our expert panellists, we have once again managed to eat our way through this year’s contenders with similar gusto, carefully assessing each entrant based on four specific criteria: food, wine, setting and service. It’s a fitting successor, what with its industrial chic interior and the hard-to-miss mural of a dragon and Merlion intertwined against the backdrop of a setting sun. This trattoria at Amoy Street welcomes a new chef and partner, Simone Fraternali. All that to say, if you’re serious about your brews, this is the place to be. For latte lovers, try the slightly bitter matcha version ($6.30) or treat your sweet tooth to the melon fruit one ($5.80). Take, for instance, his My Favourite Vegetable creation, which diners says taste better today than it did two years ago. Everything on the menu is either $5, $10 or $15, so you can pick and choose a couple of plates to share. To end on a decadent note, the chocolate souffle is light and pillowy in the best way – and not too sweet either. Our taste buds and minds were blown. Desperate for a slice of the ever-trending burnt cheesecake? And with him in the kitchen, you don’t need all the details to anticipate having a tasty time. Alternatively, you can pig out at the free-flow dim sum buffet for only $26.80. Once you get a hint of the heady fragrance, that means it’s ready to be served. Psst: You can also get The Salted Plum at home with its delivery service!The Salted Plum, multiple locations including Circular Road and Suntec City. In every restaurant, there’s that one star dessert that diners shouldn’t miss out on, and in this case, it’s the chocolate tart. Our easy-to-use app shows you all the restaurants and nightlife options in your city, along with menus, photos, and reviews. Just eat the entire crustacean, but don’t forget to slather it in sauce first for a flavourful bite. Of course, you get generous chunks of your choice seafood. These new restaurants should definitely be on your radar this year. By now, you’ll likely be stuffed but don’t leave without some sweets! Craving Taiwanese food? With walls awash in white and ample natural light streaming in from the windows, this minimalist cafe props itself up as a tea version of a coffee bar. If you’re lunching at the eatery, simple dishes like flatbreads (from $6.70), lasagne pies ($7.60) and croissant sandwiches (from $7.20) will fill you up.Maxx Coffee, #01-34/35, Jem, 50 Jurong Gateway Road, Singapore 608549. There’s also a slant towards the flavours of Kazakhstan, as a result of executive chef Dannel Krishnan and co-founder Shawn Kishore’s exciting trip to the country. No regrets. The list includes truffle wagyu beef sukiyaki ($22), chicken karaage ($15), tempura sea bass ($18) and Sichuan eggplant ($14). One of Singapore’s most premier bakeries takes on a new avatar at its shopping mall locations in Raffles City and Funan. We were nursing a food coma, to say the least, but the show had to go on. Traditional Cantonese fare rules the roost, with dependable offerings such as exquisite dim sum, soups and roast meats paired with an equally fine selection of teas or wines. Bjorn Shen is no stranger to the local F&B scene. End off on a sweet note by ordering bowls of panna cotta with mixed berry compote and the classic tiramisu, because indulgence is a must when you’re here.La Scala Ristorante, #01-86, Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski, 13 Stamford Road, Singapore 178905. (Related: What To Expect At Rishi Naleendra's New Restaurant, Cloudstreet). With its revamped menu, you’ll find classics alongside flavourful new plates. Safe to say, that was a unanimous favourite at our table. Expect a lot of Asian flavours, all prepared in a dark kitchen (a container where food is prepared for delivery). Home bakery Paparch has teamed up with Zouk to serve its creamy classic ($15). Up next, the Lebanese-style pizza ($35). The street food classic gets a makeover with salt and pepper seasoning infused in preserved orange peels – or you can go with the sweet and tangy plum mix. Singapore Tourism Singapore Hotels Singapore Bed and Breakfast ... 2020. Do take note that this is only available every Thursday to Saturday at its AXA Tower branch.Mr Biryani, #B1-24, AXA Tower, 8 Shenton Way, Singapore 068811. Made of flour brought in from Italy, these pies are charred to crisp goodness in the stone oven. Located inside Bee’s Island Drinkery along Telok Ayer, this is one speakeasy you should check out. Shake Shack (Suntec City) Restaurants Burgers City Hall. Restaurants Hougang. Chef Malcolm Lee continues to fly the Peranakan flag with his Michelin-starred establishment. Vegan Burg. Plus, an entire section of the line-up is dedicated to duck, so you can try the eatery’s rendition of duck confit ($32) or go for the salad with cured duck gizzards and cured duck breast tossed in a zesty vinaigrette ($24). As for those who prefer savoury bites, you’ve got all-day breakfast goodies, quiches and pea avocado tarts to pair with your housemade lemonades, cold brew teas and chai lattes. At $2.80 each, these lovely cookies pop up on the menu in ever-changing core flavours and seasonal creations, with staples like raspberry, caramel with blueberry meringue and vanilla calamansi. Wine-pairing options are also available for discerning diners.La Dame De Pic, Raffles Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673. Right by the naan, roasted sweet potatoes are another street food staple that’s done just right. Easily upgrade your bowl to a set meal for a choice of hot or cold udon or soba. For beer cocktails, try the Bloody Sunset ($19), which is topped with beer foam; Futile Logic ($19), a southside cocktail with a splash of cucumber pilsner; or the Inchilada ($21), made with pho broth and beef tripe cracker. One word: Fork-tender.Meatsmith Little India, 21 Campbell Lane, Singapore 209894, This humble takeaway spot has been gaining traction on social media with its artisanal donuts and oozing sammies that have mastered the art of cheese pulling. His latest venture still focuses on classic French cuisine, with dishes such as Le Chou-Fleur, a cauliflower masterfully cooked with such great technique and precision, and using the finest seasonal produce. Taking up a cosy space in the latter, this four-seater spot is called Small’s – how apt. How did it taste? Hankering for something filling? From the Middle East and all the way to China, you’ll be treated to a feast that pays tribute to each of the locales with music, captivating visuals and delectable dishes. Named after the local pastry hailing from Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, the kitchen’s clear focus is this buttery treat. Tendon chain restaurant Tenya, touted as number one in Japan, has finally landed on our sunny shores. The summer menu is available till 31 August.Cassia, 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297. For the finishing touch, have your pick of toppings which include beef slices, bamboo fungus and shrimp wonton. The Best Restaurants in Singapore 2020 2/20 Candlenut. Let the fortune teller menu help you narrow down your options based on your mood and desire.Barbary Coast, 16 North Canal Road, Singapore 048828, Calling all winos! The highlight of the dinner had to be the chilli crab meat with fried bun ($18). Specially catered for Singaporeans is the tori tendon ($9.90), a selection of tempura chicken, chicken karaage, tempura egg (it bursts open for a runny river of egg yolk), pumpkin and sweet potato. Our Top 20 list won’t be complete without a Chinese restaurant, and this is best represented by this stalwart. Who can forget his terrific fried chicken joint Bird Bird (now defunct) or his almost 10 years strong Artichoke, which delivers superb, unpredictable Middle Eastern food? 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