Bread Yard is a nice little cafe focussing on their bakes.
Noa Singapore is inspired by the flavours of Southeast Asia. That includes their coffee and fermented beverages.
Small Ville Bakery Cafe at AMK/YCK is not a superman-themed cafe.
195 Pearl Hill Cafe serves Italian pasta and Hainanese pork satay.
SBCD Korean Tofu House at Tanjong Pagar Centre serves a warm and delicious bowl of tofu soup.
Kiyoshi Japanese Restaurant, Amoy Street: Specialises in Inaniwa Udon and Many Popular Japanese Dishes
Kiyoshi Japanese Restaurant was launched along Amoy Street, specialising in Inaniwa udon, a type of udon made in the Inaniwa area of Inakawa Machi, Akita prefecture. This cream colour udon is hand-stretched and is slightly thinner than regular udon, yet thicker than sōmen, or hiyamugi noodles.
Sushiro, Lido Shaw: Affordable, No Frill Kaiten-zushi Chain (Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurant), Better Than Others at This Price Range
With more than 500 outlets in Asia, Sushiro, the top sales conveyor belt sushi restaurant from Japan, has aggressively opened three outlets in Singapore: Lido Shaw, Tiong Bahru Plaza, and Causeway Point.
Shake Shack or Five Guys? Which one do you prefer?
Lai Lai Taiwan Casual Dining, City Square Mall: Super Turned On By Their Shallot Chilli Oil and Free Salad Bar
Lai Lai Taiwan Casual Dining has many freebies!
Ryan’s Kitchen, Great World: Guilt-free Grill Restaurant You’ll Most Likely Find Greta Thunberg Patronizing
Next to Ryan’s Grocery at Great World is their no-frills restaurant, Ryan’s Kitchen. They serve great burgers and steaks, which are carbon-neutral. Great for the environment.