New kid in the hip Duxton neighbourhood, HE Bistro & Bar (pronounced as 喝, as in lim jiu) serves original playful Singaporean fusion cuisine and fun cocktails in a contemporary setting.
Restaurant JAG, Duxton: Eat Here Before This French Fine-Dining Restaurant Gets a Michelin Star
Restaurant Jag is a French fine-dining restaurant at Duxton.
Niku Kin 肉金, Tanjong Pagar: Modern Yakiniku with 100% Hokkaido Wagyu
Niku Kin 肉金, a yakinuku at Craig Road, aims to make 100% authentic Hokkaido wagyu (A3 to A4 grade) affordable for the public.
Maggie Joan’s, Amoy Street: New Chef and New Menu on Their Third Birthday
Maggie Joan’s at Amoy Street now serves Modern European food with emphasis on artisanal produce.
焼肉王 Yakiniku-Oh Goen, Tanjong Pagar Plaza: This Fuss-Free Japanese Charcoal BBQ WINS Big Time
Yakiniku-Oh Goen at Tanjong Pagar serves super umami yakiniku, using imported cow from Hokkaido. By cow, I really mean cow. They import entire cows.
Ash & Char, Telok Ayer: Gastrobar with New Menu, Delicious Chicken Wings and Blue Wine
Ash & Char at Telok Ayer recently updated their menu to incorporate different flavours from around the world that are familiar to Singaporeans. Perhaps the new tapas menu at night can be likened to Westernized “cze char” with a fancy interior.
Permanently Closed: Grill Central, Tanjong Pagar: Grills of Well-seasoned Meats and Homemade Sausages
Grill Central at Tanjong Pagar, which took over Charcoal Pit, is his gastronomical culmination promising honest, rustic, and comforting grills of well-seasoned meats and homemade sausages.
Kamoshita, Neil Road: Oden Izakaya, Better Than Japan’s Restaurants
Kamoshita at Neil Road serves oden or Japanese yong tau foo, but they are tasty beyond imagination.
Burger Buddies, Essen @ The Pinnacle: Excellent Burgers with Great Fries
Burger Buddies at Essen @ The Pinnacle has outlasted many famous burger joints and here is why.
Quan Ji 權記, Amoy Street Food Centre: Decent Cze Char Best Known for their “Yellow Cloth” Noodles
Quan Ji at Amoy Street Food Center is known for their “yellow cloth” noodles.