Gaig Restaurant at Telok Ayer area is an offshoot of Barcelona’s Michelin-starred Gaig Restaurant with 150 years of history, serving Catalan classics.
Cheek by Jowl at Boon Tat Street needs a few more years of experience to be really good.
Sama Curry & Cafe, Downtown Gallery: First in Singapore to Serve Japanese Curry Soups With 30 Levels of Spiciness
Sama Curry & Cafe at Downtown Gallery is the first in Singapore to serve Japanese curry soups to the people working at Tanjong Pagar and Raffles Place.
LeVeL 33 at MBFC presents a new Saturday menu that focuses on Asian-inspired comfort food.
Venue by Sebastian is helmed by the former chef of Ember Restaurant, Sebastian Ng. It serves casual small plates.
Birds of a Feather at Amoy Street serves good modern Sichuan food in a paradisal setting.
Cook and Brew has refreshed its menu, adding Asian flavors to dishes. And the food is surprising and delicious.
Jimoto Ya, China Square Central: Hokkaido Ebi-Tonkatsu Ramen Created by Michelin-Starred Chef Nobumasa Mieda
Jimoto Ya at China Square Central boasts of a ramen creation by a Michelin-starred chef using prawn and pork broth.
On the heels of the latest food fad, K-Tower at Amoy Street offers steamed seafood of 3, 5, 7, or 9 tiers at affordable prices.
This 10 Best Casual Restaurants in Singapore 2016 is good for your year-end gatherings. Enjoy!