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Tipsy Bird at Paya Lebar Quarter

A tipsy bird, known for being “drunk, clumsy and a bit of a clown”, was voted New Zealand’s Bird of the Year in 2018 (according to BBC News). The description of the kererū, or wood pigeon, could well apply to quite a few patrons of the many drinking holes in Paya Lebar late on a …

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Poulet + Brasserie – new restaurant in ION with good affordable food

Poulet + Brasserie (or P+) is a new dining concept by the Minor Food Group. The new restaurant at ION Orchard is an extension of the popular Poulet chain which is known for its French roast chicken and duck confit. The menu offers more than poultry dishes and has all-day breakfast dishes and pasta as …

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BAM! Restaurant

Spanish-Japanese Inspired Set Lunch at BAM! Restaurant

GastroMonth returns for its 3rd edition in Singapore and from 1 to 30 November selected restaurants recommended in the latest MICHELIN Guide Singapore offers specially-curated menus at value-for-money prices. Participating restaurants include MICHELIN Plate restaurants such as BAM!, Gaig, Dolce Vita, and Akira Back. BAM!’s special 5-course GastroMonth menu showcases innovative Spanish-influenced dishes and is …

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Cafe RAF at Grafunkt Design District, Funan

Homegrown furniture retailer Grafunkt opens a 13,500 square feet showroom in Funan Mall and calls it the Grafunkt Design District. Every district in Singapore must have a hip F&B outlet, and so Grafunkt Design District has a Cafe RAF. The stylish new RAF Cafe in Funan serves specialty coffee, cakes and simple affordable meals. 0

Chao Ta – burnt food is in

“Chao Ta” in Hokkien means burnt or overcooked. In Spanish, “Chao” can mean bye; and of course “ta ta” is also an informal way of saying bye bye. However you look at it, “Chao Ta” is a rather unusual name for a new restaurant in Singapore. If it is meant to call attention to the …

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