In between Serangoon and Hougang, Amber Ember tries to provide quality food and coffee.
Not sure why Nana Curry is empty, but it is not bad.
Orange and Teal, Buona Vista: Chee Soon Juan’s Cafe Has Mostly Middle-aged Patrons. Are Singaporean Youths Not Interested in Politics?
The best thing about Orange and Teal is the price point.
What differentiates Cumi Bali from other Indonesian restaurants is them serving homely, hearty food.
Knock Knock Cafe, Kallang: Asian-inspired Pastas and Burgers with Beary Cute Lattes for Dog Days Afternoons
A few minutes’ walk from Kallang MRT, the floral-themed Knock Knock Cafe serves Asian-Western fusion eats.
Mad About Sucre has opened a sister outlet, MadASS, a casual restaurant that serves bento for lunch and tapas for dinner.
Pi Food at Dhoby Ghaut is a new Cantonese restaurant opened by two Hong Kongers and helmed by a former Lei Garden (HK) chef.
Copper Chimney, Little India: Not Affiliated to the Famous Bombay Chain. But It’s Probably One of the Best Indian Restaurants in Singapore
Every dish at Copper Chimney at Little India is fantastic.
Dopo Teatro, Esplanade: Itameshi Cuisine (Italian Classics with Japanese Ingredients) and Pizzas Made from 36-hour Fermented Dough
Taking over Barossa Gastrobar at level 1 of Esplanade Mall, Dopo Teatro (or “after theatre” in Italian) is the latest dining concept from Creative Eateries and aims to provide patrons with a taste of traditional Italian cuisine combined with premium Japanese ingredients.
Ice Edge Cafe at Kovan is not bad.