Relish @ Cluny Court by Wild Rocket is a place that comes to mind when we think of eating burgers. According to the Wild Rocket website, they started to sell burgers at Relish in 2006 because there weren’t any places serving burgers using good quality ingredients. Fortunately it is not a one trick pony and they serve up a number of other wonderful Western dishes as well. Cluny Court is a small shopping arcade at the corner of Bukit Timah Road and Cluny Road. The French Embassy is located right next door and the new section of Singapore Botanic Gardens is just across the street.
Looking for a place to have a nice coffee break in the CBD? We have a suggestion for you. Providore Raffles Place is the flagship cafe and retail store of the Providore group in Singapore. The space that used to be just a patch of turf in between the two Raffles Place MRT exits has now been converted into various uses. At the Republic Plaza end of the space lies an attractive metal and glass building that houses Providore Cafe at Raffles Place.
The popular Geylang Serai Hari Raya Bazaar or the Bazaar Ramadan at Geylang Serai is here again. The Geylang Serai Hari Raya Bazaar 2018 started on 16 May and would run till 14 June 2018. It seems that this year the pasar malam which runs during the month of Ramadan has much more to offer than just food. Whether the essence of a Ramadan festival is retained is debatable but there is certainly more stalls selling Hari Raya essentials. There are new elements in the 2018 edition of the Bazaar Ramadan, like booths in the newly opened Wisma Geylang Serai and stalls in an air-conditioned tent. A visit to the Geylang Serai Hari Raya Bazaar 2018 should be an interesting experience – whether you like traditional street food or trendy new concoctions or just like to revel in the spirit of a unique Singaporean event.
Ramadan is a time for practising discipline, engaging in charitable activities and spending time with loved ones. It is also a time for sharing meals with families and friends after sunset. There is a good range of Singapore restaurants for dining during Ramadan. The Ordinary Patrons have put together this list of places for dining during Ramadan 2018 – which includes hotel restaurants offering luxurious Iftar buffets to unpretentious cafes for a simple buka puasa meal.
We are now midway through 2018 and we thought its time to write our compilation of TOP new restaurants Singapore 2018 that we have tried. We will continue to update this list as we continue to eat our way to the end of 2018. Being a food blog by ordinary people of our own eating experiences with no sponsored stories, we have to be judicious in the choice of new restaurants to try in Singapore. New places to eat are always interesting but time, budget and calories should be wisely spent. We hope this list of new restaurants Singapore 2018 will help our readers to narrow down the new restaurants to try in 2018. You can see more photos of the places, food and menu by reading about our visits (links provided).
Qi – House Of Sichuan Singapore is the Singapore branch of the one-Michelin-starred restaurant, Qi – House Of Sichuan of Hong Kong. Located at the Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC) near Shenton Way, this new restaurant serves contemporary Sichuan dishes. It is next door to another new restaurant – Forbidden Duck, the first Singapore restaurant by Hong Kong’s famous chef Alvin Leung.