Morsels @ Demsey Hill – A Local Restaurant with a International Twist
At the top of Demsey Hill sits a restaurant that serves unique dishes formed by mixing different cuisines together. The insides are furnished with significant memories that the owner of Morsels brought back from all her trips, to give the restaurant a very homely and comforting vibe.
Alter Ego @ Esplanade Mall – Brunch with a Twist
Save for the usual eggs benedict that has littered across much of Singapore's cafe scene, brunch is now made way more exciting with the new offerings up at Alter Ego. Whether you are craving for a lip smacking, sinfully delicious treat or a clean tasting, feel good post workout meal, this dual persona restaurant has them all in store for you.
Dehesa @ North Canal Road – The Further From The Norm, The Tastier
When it comes to uncommon food, Dehesa is the winner on our list. A 6-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT, Dehesa is located deep within the central business district, Dehesa is a great place to enjoy an evening meal, sipping wine and trying out some bold Spanish flavours. What do we mean by bold? How about Dehesa’s Signature Crispy Pig’s Head.
HolyCrab @ Bugis – Putting an exclamation mark behind the name
The crabs from HolyCrab definitely got us exclaiming “holy crab!” when we had a bite. Firstly, all the crabs that we ate were caught fresh and were so meaty, sweet, fresh and juicy. The flavours of the crab dishes were very localised flavours despite not having the normal “chilli crab”.
Half Pound Burger Bar & Grill @ Purvis street – Good & Affordable Burgers You Find Here
Just a stone throw away from City Hall (and even walkable from Bugis), we stepped into a really lovely and cosy interior with cute strips of cartoons painted on the yellow walls. Half Pound Burger Bar & Grill had an extensive menu selling all things from their specialty burgers, pasta, mains, ultra addictive appetisers, and ciders, but as its name implies, burgers are the specialty here.
Christmas 2017 – Mandarin Orchard Singapore @ Orchard
Planning a Christmas Party but don't know where to get your food items from? Starting 23 November, Mandarin Orchard Singapore will be launching their range of new and classic roasts, log cakes and many other festive pastries for you to feast on.
The Mad Sailors @ Haji Lane – A Maddening Good Time
From the owners of the Working Title and Afterwit situated around Haji Lane, comes a new café, “The Mad Sailors”. The name came from the expression “Mat Salleh” that Malays used to refer to the Caucasians – which seems fitting, seeing as how this café came to be due to a lady’s dream of bringing authentic halal British food into Singapore. True to its name, The Mad Sailors serves up a wide assortment of British-related food, not forgetting classics such as Fish-and-Chips.