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The Pantry: Kid-friendly café with Treehouse Playground

The Pantry, Block 16A Dempsey Road, Singapore 249677,
Tel: (+65) 8121 5763,
Part of the Kids21 family and the COMO Dempsey lifestyle enclave, The Pantry is the newest family-friendly restaurant in Dempsey. There is a huge playground that used to be Maggie & Rose next to Kids21 that's free to use for diners. Smaller kids and toddlers may find the treehouse-style playground too difficult to access so there’s also some play equipment right next to the alfresco seating. Foodwise, look out for casual dishes like Cottage Pie, salads and woodfired pizzas. They also…
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

Japanese & Asian restaurant by Greenwood Fish Market (Sentosa)

31 Ocean Way #01-02/03, Singapore 098375,
Tel: (+65) 6977 9577,
Japanese & Asian restaurant by Greenwood Fish Market opens on Sentosa at Quayside Isle, right next to Greenwood Fish Market. It also comprises a Gin & Sake bar looking out to stunning marina views. Both restaurants are helmed by Alan Lee, half of the father-son duo who manages the restaurant’s operations. On the menu: Russian King Crab Legs steamed in Egg Whites, Boston Lobster Chee Cheong and Crispy Blue Swimmer Crab Fried Rice. For sushi lovers, Japanese-trained sushi chefs serve up Omakase…
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

LUX: Scandinavian Cuisine from the NOX team

271 Beach Road, Singapore 199547,
Tel: (+65) 6298 0708,
New restaurant LUX (not to be confused with the erstwhile Luxe) opens from the team behind dine-in-the-dark restaurant NOX. NOX’s founder is Swedish so expect authentic Scandinavian cuisine encompassing flavours from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. Dishes include Pickled Herring Platters, Norwegian hand peeled shrimp on toast, and juicy gourmet Swedish Meatballs plus Rhubarb pie for dessert.
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

Kotuwa: Sri Lankan Staples from a Michelin Chef

Wanderlust Hotel, 2 Dickson Road, Singapore 209494,
Tel: (+65) 8921 238,
Fans of Chef Rishi Naleendra of Cheek Bistro and Cloudstreet can look forward to visiting his latest restaurant, which is an ode to his Sri Lankan homeland with influences from South India, Malaysia, Indonesia and beyond. Kotuwa at Wanderlust Hotel serves all the Sri Lankan staples from hoppers to roti, to curries. Look out for black pork curry, Chicken Kottu, crab cutlets and mutton rolls, and a whole section of the menu dedicated to house-made sambals, achcharu and preserves.
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

Lucali BYGB: Award-winning New York Pizza

66 Kampong Bugis, Level M Singapore 338987,
Tel: (+65) 8284 1325
Pizza lovers have probably heard of the famous Lucali in Brooklyn; get excited because Lucali’s Chef-owner Mark Iacono has teamed up with Singapore restaurateur Gibran Baydoun to bring pizza pies to the little red dot. Lucali BYGB will be a hot spot for pizzas and calzones plus hearty pastas like Norma's Rigatoni with eggplant, pepper and pecorino, along with salads and their much-talked-about Meatloaf - aka the Single Mother Special - which we imagine would pair well with their Very Dirty…
Food + Dining
Food + Dining

Miss Vanda

Miss Vanda, Esplanade Mall #02-23, 8 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039802,
Tel: (+65) 6223 4098,
Miss Vanda: Casual Dining with Gourmet Ingredients at Esplanade Miss Vanda is the latest venture by Michelin-Starred Labyrinth's chef-owner LG Han. Miss Vanda, named for Singapore’s national flower, is more of a casual dining offering up pretty upmarket renditions of street food dishes. It’s all in the gourmet ingredients here –wagyu, truffle and lobster elevate favourite classic dishes to something new and exciting. Try the Laksa with Premium Seafood ($28), Wagyu Beef Rendang with Buah Keluak ($28), and Hainanese sweet-and-sour Sakura pork tomahawk…

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