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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Hotspots at Home: Restaurant JAG

Savor an inventive French meal at home from the chefs at Michelin starred diner, Restaurant JAG

Hotspots: Kilo Kitchen & Greenwood Fish Market

KILO KITCHEN (DUXTON) 97 Duxton Road 089541 kilokitchen.com After eight years as Camp Kilo at Kampong Bugis Road, Kilo has relocated to uber trendy Duxton Road with a modern new look and refreshed menu. This sleek, bright...

The Dough Shoppe

The Dough Shoppe has now closed TANJONG PAGAR: Ever since Strangers’ Reunion opened in 2012, the stretch of Kampong Bahru Road between Blair and Everton Roads has been slowly transforming from a seedy night spot...

Life is Beautiful

DUXTON HILL: Opening only three months ago, Life is Beautiful is already making a mark on Singapore’s restaurant and bar scene. You could be forgiven for not yet having heard of the place though,...

UNA at One Rochester

BUONA VISTA: Launched in April this year, UNA attracts with its beautifully landscaped setting in the Rochester Park area, near Holland Village. Seated outdoors beside green leafy plants and white trellises, with soothing sounds from...

The New Black

You’re either the kind of person who would happily shell out a tenner for a rare, single-origin cuppa or you’re not. Those partial to the specialty coffee scene (and who don’t mind emptying their wallets...

The Populus Coffee & Food Co

  There’s good reason to be cautious when trying out a new place during this phase Neil Road is having – well-dressed casual eateries selling overpriced plates. Patterned walls, jagged copper pipes for lights and...

Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe

Raelene Tan finds a good chicken chop in a bike-themed cafe. Photo Courtesy Lauren Tan Far-flung and therefore good for a cycling outing, the unique café is located along the perimeter of Seletar Airport, by the...

Bee’s Knees

Bee’s Knees50 Cluny Park Road, 2574889831 1106thegarage.sg/bees-knees Popping up in the middle of a UNESCO Hertiage Site, two new venues have quietly appeared without much noise – though having my usual jogging path go past...

Humpback

"Humpback take their oysters very seriously, having them flown in from Seattle, Washington or New Zealand a couple of times a week, so you know you’re on to a good thing."