We’ve officially ended the first half of the year! Whether you’re celebrating a job well done or lamenting a difficult 6 months, these fresh eats and restaurants are just what you need to kick off the second half of 2018 on the right foot.
The humble restaurant in Bishan Park now has a second outlet at HomeTeamNS-JOM. With a huge range of family-friendly activities and delicious Western food made using responsibly-sourced and local produce, there’s now one more place to enjoy a relaxing and wholesome meal with family and friends. Our friends living in the central area can enjoy the gratifying grub loyal patrons know and love, without the travel.
It’s difficult coming back from a holiday in the Mediterranean. After the stunning views, paradisal climate, and gorgeous food, it’s a huge bummer going back to the daily grind. Thankfully, we can get a slice of Greece at Fotia, a new Mediterranean restaurant that’s as authentic as it gets. Look forward to tucking into the best foods in the Mediterranean – fresh seafood, grilled meats, and delicious feta cheese – while enjoying the rustic, laid-back vibes.
Find it at 1 Club St, Singapore 069400.
A bright burst of colour in the middle of Teck Chye Terrace, it’s not difficult to be attracted to Scissors Paper Stove. Decked out in colourful wallpaper and furniture, and serving Asian-inspired tapas in adorable tiffin boxes, you’re sure to fall in love at first sight. Some unique dishes featuring local twists include the Pork Belly, complete with a delightful layer of sinful fat, and the Pineapple Chicken full of sweet, smoky, and spicy flavours.
4. The English House
If hearty meals are more your cup of tea, then a visit to The English House is just what you need to satiate your appetite. Opened by Chef Marco-Pierre White, famous for being the youngest chef of his time to earn 3 Michelin stars, the restaurant serves nothing less than humble, wholesome English fare. The next time you’ve got a hankering for a comforting shepherd’s pie or classic strawberries and cream, you know where to go.
Find it at 28 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 238972.
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Can’t get enough of Mala and other spicy delights? Eat your fill of Sichuan cuisine at the newly-opened Chengdu Sichuan Restaurant. With a casual, jovial ambience and generous portions, it’s a great place for large groups and gatherings. Sichuan food is well-known for being tongue-numbingly spicy, so be warned: this restaurant is definitely not for the weak of palate.
Explore the Northeastern region of Thailand at Un-Yang-Kor-Dai, a restaurant serving up authentic Thai and Isaan food. Heavily influenced by the cuisines of Laos and Cambodia, the Isaan dishes put a unique spin on the punchy Thai flavours we know and love. Try out delicious dishes like a sour-sweet papaya salad, which perfectly combines sweet, salty, sour, and spicy flavours or the fragrant grilled chicken marinated with an array of spices.
Find it at 57 South Bridge Rd, #01-02, Singapore 058688.
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