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Food + Dining

Aqua Gastronomy New Aquarium Dining Experience: Resorts World Sentosa

Aqua Gastronomy, Open Ocean Habitat, S.E.A. Aquarium, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269,
RWS has a new multi-sensory underwater dining experience called Aqua Gastronomy. Dine “under the sea” at S.E.A Aquarium’s Open Ocean Habitat, where special pods look out to the stunning site of marine life of Reef Manta Rays, Hammerhead Sharks and more. The four-course menu features seafood (sustainably sourced) and cooked with Asian influences. Think Thai-style glass noodle salad with Canadian scallop or fried Japanese pearl rice with sea bass, mussels and clams. The mood is completed with dynamic lighting effects…
Food + Dining
Food + Dining


RVLT, 38 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059917,
Tel: (+65) 6909 5709,
Have you heard of RVLT? This hidden gem of a gastro bar with minimalist decor and red lighting giving it a speakeasy-style feel, serves boutique wines by small-batch winegrowers from around the world – lots of biodynamic and orange wines. And the food? The new menu offers creative elevated morsels. Think “​Chicken NcNuggets”​($20) which is a labour of love by the chefs, served with a spicy sidekick of house-fermented sriracha sauce. Whatever you do, don’t miss the stunning ​Wild spanner…
Kid-Friendly Restaurants
Kid-Friendly Restaurants

Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro at Mount Faber Peak

Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro, 109 Mount Faber Road, Mount Faber Peak, Singapore 099203,
Newly rebranded Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro at the top of Mount Faber has a new menu to check out. Executive Chef Kenny Yeo whizzes up salads like the Arbora Rojak and Caesar Salad (in a jar), mains like Pineapple-glazed Pork Ribs and for dessert, a Flower Pot Surprise. One of our team tried this with her kids and their verdict was that this dessert was "the best thing they’ve ever tried!". Plus taking a cable car to get to…
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

Starbucks: New Branch in Heritage Former Joo Chiat Police Station

Starbucks, East Coast Road #01-02 Conservation Building, Katong Square
Tel: (+65) 69747327
Starbucks' newest opening of the mega coffee empire in a heritage building does look absolutely gorgeous from the pics. Housed within a conservation building of the former Joo Chiat Police Station in Katong Square, this Starbucks is all natural wood with plenty of natural light. Colorful art pieces by local artist Danielle Tay are hung on the walls. Image credit: Starbucks via Facebook
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

Nalati Restaurant: Garden-themed CBD Restaurant

Nalati, Level 1 & 2, Distrii Singapore, Republic Plaza 1, 9 Raffles Place, Singapore 048619, (access via Distrii main entrance),
Tel: (+65) 9710 6471
Nalati Restaurant is a new restaurant by coworking space Distrii right in the CBD. This garden-themed restaurant with smart screens on the walls showing stunning landscape is helmed by Executive Chef Gary Wu. The menu offers both European and Asian fusion creations. There are great lunch sets from $15 here or a la carte dishes like Soft-Shell Crab with Almond Flakes, deliciously cooked Pan-Seared Lamb Rack, and lip-smackingly good umami Squid Ink Pasta with Squid and Prawn.
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

Luke’s Lobster of NY Fame

Luke’s Lobster, 350 Orchard Road #01-K4, Shaw House, Isetan Scotts, Singapore 238868,
Tel: (+65) 6592 7642,
You waited with bated breath. And it’s now here. Luke’s Lobster of New York City fame brings their Maine-style lobster rolls to town. They have set up shack in a tiny 23 seater space on the ground floor of Isetan Scotts, next to the main entrance. The team rolls out soft toasted buttered rolls filled with sustainably sourced and traceable seafood. The big draw here is the wild-caught Maine lobster rolls (4 oz, $25.50) filled with chunks of lobster drizzled with lemon butter,…
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

Avenue 87: Modern Asian

47 Amoy St, Singapore 069873,
Tel: (+65) 9839 8401, 
Avenue 87 is a Modern Asian concept helmed by two Singaporean friends, co-Chef-Founders Glen Tay and Alex Phan (both ex-Tippling Club). There’s so much attention to detail in this tiny little spot on Amoy Street – from the name 'Avenue 87' itself – both chefs were born in 1987 and grew up in Hougang: Glen at Avenue 8; Alex – at Avenue 7. To the well thought out cuisine. The tasting menu here is inspired by foods that Glen and Alex loved growing up. There’s a 4 or…

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