List of posts regarding new restaurants in Singapore and other new cafes and eating places recently opened which The Ordinary Patrons (TOP) have discovered. There are so many restaurants and cafes that open for business in Singapore each month – from the very top restaurants to the run of the mill eateries. Some of the new businesses have beautiful decor and others have interesting menu; there are some really nice new places serving delicious food but there are also a few that are really not worth visiting. Browse TOP posts on new cafes and restaurants in Singapore to read bout our dining experience at new eateries that have open for business recently.
We are always on the hunt for newly opened restaurants and cafes. Opening a restaurant? Visited a great new place worth a shout out? Send the details to us.
Popular bistro and fine foods store Culina Dempsey has closed their original store at Dempsey Block 8 and reopened a few blocks away, at Dempsey Block 15. It is now linked together with other outlets as a COMO Dempsey cluster of food and retail outlets at the front of the Dempsey Hill dining precinct. The new Culina Bistro (version 2019) is certainly bigger and newer. But is it better than the original one at Block 8? They opened at the new location a few days ago and we were there soon after to find out.
Konjiki Hototogisu 金色不如帰 is a one Michelin Star ramen restaurant from Tokyo. It was awarded the star in the 2019 Tokyo Michelin Guide and was listed as a Tokyo Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant in 2015 to 2018. It is said to be the original creator of shellfish broth. Introduced to Singapore by Japan Foods Group, Hototogisu Paragon is their third outlet in Singapore, after earlier outlets at Great World City and Chijmes. Each outlet has its own unique specialty ramen dishes. At Paragon, the highlights of the menu are the shoyu Asari clam broth and the crab broth ramen.
Artea VivoCity is another new attractive cafe in VivoCity mall that we had been curious to try but was unable to as it was usually crowded. We were there at an off-peak time recently and managed to get seats to eat tiramisu cake and drink tea in relative peace and quiet.
Kotobuki Yakitori is a new Japanese restaurant in I12 Katong Mall. It serves a variety of grilled chicken skewers made from bite sized pieces of meat from different parts of the chicken. Other Japanese staples, like sushi, tempura and rice bowls, are also on the menu.