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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Huber’s Butchery and Bistro

  In a new location since October, Huber’s Butchery and (now larger) Bistro, helmed by members of the affable Huber family, offers cheese and bread sections, vegetables, fruit and herbs mainly from Australia, barbecue grills...

The Missing Pan

BUKIT TIMAH: Opening in November last year, The Missing Pan comes from the owners of the now-defunct Uppercrust bakery, once a favourite in Raffles Place. Not wanting to toss their baking skills aside, husband-and-wife...

Hotspots at Home: Camden Hill Restaurant & Bar

Pip Harry enjoyed a relaxed family dining experience at Camden Hill Restaurant & Bar and with an islandwide delivery or collection service you can still enjoy their menu.

Xiao Ya Tou

Xiao Ya Tou 6 Duxton Hill, 089592 6226 1965xyt.sg Duxton Hill has a habit of rejuvenating itself every six months with fresh ideas. With vivid colours, bright paper lanterns and a lot vintage posters and toys,...

Lean Bento

  Run by a botanist and a nutritionist, it all started when co-founder Dionis Chiua wanted to watch her diet and lose weight. After losing over 20kg, she became a nutritionist. Together with co-founder Charles...

Pita Pan

MARINA BAY: With one of the best names in the business, Pita Pan is a vegetarian restaurant, serving up traditional Mediterranean dishes in a no-nonsense, busy setting in Marina Square and Marina Bay Sands. A...

Hotspots: Salt Grill & Sky bar

Restaurant review: Salt Bar and Grill

Hotspots: P.S Cafe Great World & Greenwood Fish Market

Raelene Tan visits Greenwood Fish Market’s new Japanese and Asian-style restaurant at Sentosa, and Pip Harry takes the spice route at the new PS.Cafe at Great World.

Ash & Elm

Gerard Ward tries out a brunch with bite-sized delights in Bugis.   It could be the selection of desserts, or perhaps the various ways to cook mussels, but brunches seem to need something special to stand...

Tiong Bahru Club Singapura

  TIONG BAHRU: Much has been made of the rapid gentrification of Tiong Bahru, with new cafes, bakeries and eclectic shops seemingly popping up on a monthly basis. With headlines like ‘Tiong Bahru so Hip...