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New Restaurants in Singapore 2023

The Ordinary Patrons’ New Restaurants 2023 List for the new cafes and new restaurants in Singapore to check out. Whether you are looking for a fresh and unique dining experience, the best casual dining restaurant or the latest trendy cafes, you should find something among the constant stream of new cafés and restaurant opening in Singapore.


MIYOSHI in Sentosa

MIYOSHI in Sentosa

At MIYOSHI, or 三好 in kanji, meaning ‘three graces’, diners are invited to a new modern way of savouring long-beloved Japanese flavours. This is showcased through three of the most unique dining experiences of Japanese cuisine – ramen, teppanyaki and omakase, in Mess Hall, a beautiful colonial style conservation building in Sentosa.

MIYOSHI iby Fat Cow

Multi award-winning fine Japanese restaurant Fat Cow’s Head Chef, Shingo Iijima, and Sous Chef of MIYOSHI, Nigel Loh, collectively present a menu that combines Fat Cow’s approach of using premium produce and traditional techniques with a deliciously modern spirit. Highlights include
Wagyu Shoyu Ramen ($58++) that features premium Miyazaki A4 Wagyu presented in shabu-style slices;
Wagyu Dry Ramen ($58++) featuring Australian Wagyu striploin served on a sizzling hot plate;
Dinner Teppan-Kaiseki ($280++ and additional $78++ for a 4-glass sake pairing) featuring dishes like Live Lobster, Straw Smoked Hokkaido Scallop and Teppan Style Sukiyaki;
Sushi Omakase Menu ($228++).

Set lunches (from $32++ to $168++) are also available from Wednesday to Sunday. Mostly curated from the a-la-carte, options are served with thoughtfully selected sides including braised burdock, chawanmushi, miso soup and dessert for a well-rounded meal.

#01-04/05/06, Mess Hall at Sentosa
2 Gunner Lane, Singapore 099567

Tel: +65 6019 0089

Operating Hours
Wednesday to Friday: 12 noon to 3 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11:30 am to 3 pm
Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday: 6 pm to 10 pm
Friday & Saturday: 6 pm to 10:30 pm

Teppan-kaiseki Experiences
Lunch seating at 12.15 pm
Dinner seating at 6.45 pm

Sushi Omakase Experience
Dinner seating only at 6.45 pm


Ando in Leisure Park Kallang

Ando in Leisure Park Kallang

Ando in Leisure Park Kallang serves European-Japanese fusion cuisine at reasonable prices. Baked Rice, Sando, Pasta, Pizza and Teppan mains are among the items on the new of this new casual dining restaurant. Read more.

#01-30, Leisure Park Kallang
5 Stadium Walk
Singapore 397693

Tel: +65 96830682

Opening Hours
Sun – Thu: 8.30 am – 8 pm
Fri & Sat: 8.30 am – 9 pm

Nearby MRT Station: Stadium


MUJI’s Café&Meal at 100 AM

MUJI’s Café&Meal at 100 AM

MUJI opens its 11th store in Singapore in 100 AM, in conjunction with 20 years of being in Singapore. Alongside this new retail experience will be MUJI’s Café&Meal, serving simple and healthy meals with a new range of Japanese flavours.

MUJI’s Café&Meal at 100 AM

MUJI’s Café&Meal at 100 AM
100 Tras Street, #04-04 to 08, 100AM Mall, Singapore 079027

Tel: +65 64430159

Opening Hours: 11.30 am – 8.30 pm


Eden Restaurant at Pullman Singapore Orchard

Pullman Singapore Orchard Eden Restaurant

Situated in a green-filled glasshouse, Eden Restaurant at Pullman Singapore Orchard is the ultimate antidote for the frenetic energy of Orchard Road. Making a statement with modern Asian culinary artistry, every taste, sight, scent, and sound infused into the Eden experience transports gourmands across Asia through refined, reimagined dishes that pay homage to Asian heritage.

Delight in vibrant and fresh appetizers such as the Tuna Ceviche with Ikura ($26++), golden brown Eden Crab Cakes ($26++) or Thai Papaya Salad ($18++).

Popular mains include the likes of Satay Lamb Rack ($40++), Chef’s delicious take on the traditional favourite Lamb Satay, Salmon Spicy Coconut ($32++), Steamed Altantic Cod Fillet ($38++), Grilled Coriander & Garlic Chicken ($30++) and Crusted Grilled Pork ($34++).

Signature desserts such as the White Sesame Hokkaido Milk Puff ($16++), where fried sesame puffs are filled with creamy Hokkaido milk and served with lemon curd. Alternatively, indulge in the Coconut Pandan Tart ($14++) accompanied by kaffir lime ice cream, or the refreshing Lemongrass & Ginger Jelly ($12++).


Eden Restaurant
Level 4, Pullman Singapore Orchard
270 Orchard Road, Singapore 238857

Tel: +65 6603 8888

Opening Hours: 6.30 am – 11.00 pm


Cafe Brera at Reunion in National Museum

Cafe Brera Reunion in National Museum

Neighbourhood Bakery Brera opens a cosy cafe within National Museum Singapore’s dedicated social space for seniors known as Reunion.

The new Café Brera offers local and international brunch sets and snack items. On the menu are local-inspired items like calamansi curd cruffin, hae bee hiam toast, baguette with curry, steamed otah sandwich and bandung with chia seeds. Some of Bakery Brera’s favourites, including their French Viennoiseries and European classic breads, alongside bakes reflecting Singapore’s heritage, are also available in Cafe Brera at Reunion.

Nee Cafe Brera Reunion in National Museum

Cafe Brera at Reunion
National Museum of Singapore #01-06
93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

Opening Hours: 9 am – 5 pm

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808 Eating House @ Joo Chiat

New restaurant 808 Eating House

Helmed by Chef Eugene Chee, the classically trained chef who has honed his skills at three Michelin-starred Atelier Crenn and Bar Crenn in San Francisco and locally in Cloudstreet, Cheek by Jowl and Magic Square, 808 Eating House is a casual modern pushcart service restaurant.

Exciting items on the menu of the new restaurant include XL clams cooked in hua tiao wine and topped with crispy egg floss, crisped barramundi with garam masala pumpkin puree, crispy baby squid, buah keluak pork belly and duck fat financiers.


808 Eating House
153 Joo Chiat Road
Singapore 427431

Tel: +65-8946-8089

Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Sunday: 12 noon – 3 pm; 6 pm — 11 pm
Closed Monday


Le Matin Patisserie at ION Orchard

Le Matin

Le Matin, or “the morning” in French is a French-inspired patisserie with an ever-evolving menu of unique pastries. It is helmed by Chef Mohamed Al-Matin, former pastry sous chef of Noma restaurant which once held the title of the best restaurant in the world. Read more.

Le Matin Patisserie
2 Orchard Turn, B2-49 Ion Orchard
Singapore 238801


Opening Hours: 10 am to 10 pm

Brunch and Desserts
Wed-Sun FOR Dine-in Only
Brunch: 11 am – 2:30
Desserts: 6 pm – 9 pm


Khao Hom by Rung Mama in Katong Square

Khao Hom by Rung Mama

The new Khao Hom by Rung Mama Thai restaurant in Katong Square is the 2nd outlet of the popular restaurant that has been serving authentic Thai food in Djitsun Mall in Ang Mo Kio Central.

The menu of Khao Hom Thai Restaurant is extensive. Typical Thai appetizers, salad noodles and desserts are on the menu. A wide variety of mains are also available – including braised pork knuckle, fried fish, steamed squid, fried pork intestine, panang curry and massaman beef stew. Read more.

Khao Hom by Rung Mama
88 East Coast Road
Katong Square, #01-05/06/07
Singapore 423371


Tel: +65 8363 4154

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm


Mr. Bucket Chocolate Factory @ Dempsey

Mr. Bucket Chocolate Factory

Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie is the latest new cafe at the Dempsey dining enclave. It takes over a large space at Block 13. In this space, there is a factory area where chocolate production takes place. a retail area and a cafe area where chocolates and other light food can be enjoyed. Read more.

Mr. Bucket Chocolaterie
13 Dempsey Rd, #01-03/04, Singapore 249674

Opening Hours:
Tue to Thurs: 11 am – 7 pm
Fri to Sun: 11 am – 11 pm
Public Holidays: 11 am – 11pm
Closed on Mondays


Peony Jade @ Amara Singapore

New Peony Jade at Amara Singapore

Peony Jade @ Amara Singapore serves traditional Szechuan and Cantonese cuisines and innovative dim sum. The popular local brand formerly had outlets at Clark Quay and Keppel Club. The new opening at Amara Singapore Hotel in 2023 means patrons can enjoy Michelin Bib Gourmand award-winning delicacies at an accessible city centre location. Read more.

Peony Jade @ Amara
Level 2 Amara Singapore
165 Tanjong Pagar Road,
Singapore 088539

Tel: +65 62769138


Opening Hours:
Lunch: 11 am– 2.30 pm
Dinner: 6 pm – 10 pm

Sat, Sun & PH
Dim Sum Brunch: 10. 30 am – 2.30 pm
Lunch: 12 noon – 2.30 pm
Dinner: 6 pm – 10 pm


Beastly Girls Sandwich Bar at Odeon Katong

Beastly Girls Sandwich Bar

This new addition to the Katong neighborhood with a name that turns heads is easy to miss but worth discovering. Tucked away in Odeon Katong, Beastly Girls Sandwich Bar offers all day breakfast and freshly made artisanal sandwiches, and good coffee too. Read more.

Beastly Girls Sandwich Bar
11 East Coast Road
#01-18, The Odeon Katong
Singapore 428722

Opening Hours:
Wed-Fri: 8 am to 3 pm
Sat & Sun: 8 am to 4 pm
Closed on Mon & Tue

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Bakalaki Greek Taverna at Martin Road

Bakalaki Martin

The new Bakalaki Greek Taverna at Martin Road is spacious with different pockets of space with different personalities. The nicest area is the front side fronting Martin Road. With very high glass windows letting in lots of natural light, this place feels modern and airy. The Bakalaki Greek Taverna menu is extensive. Read more.

Bakalaki Greek Taverna
38A Martin Road #01-01
Singapore 239072

Tel: +65 6836 3688


Opening Hours: 11:30 am -12 midnight


Unatoto Singapore at Guoco Tower


Unatoto Singapore @ Guoco Tower is the famous Japanese Unagi Restaurant’s first outlet in Singapore. The new affordable unagi don outlet’s specialty is charcoal-grilled eel. Read more.

Unatoto Singapore Unagi Restaurant
#B1-03 Guoco Tower
7 Wallich Street
Singapore 078884

Opening Hours: 10 am – 3 pm; 5 pm – 10 pm


HEJIO Kitchen & Bar in Tai Seng


HEJIO in Tai Seng is like a cool comfortable alternative to the traditional Singaporean coffeeshop. The food menu of Hejio is limited but it is rather interesting. Hejio offers local kopi as well as artisanal coffee and kaya toast as well as BLT sandwich. Besides bar bites, braised pork bao, spicy karaage bao and beef bulgogi rice bowl are among the items on the menu. Read more.

1 Irving Place
#01-27/28 The Commerze @ Irving
Singapore 369546

Tel: +65 8858 8901

Opening Hours:
Mon-Thu: 8 am – 10.30 pm
Fri: 8 am – 1 am
Sat: 12 noon – 1 am
Closed on Sunday

Nearby MRT Station: Tai Seng


Long Phung Vietnamese Restaurant in Chinatown

Long Phung Vietnamese Restaurant

The popular Long Phung Vietnamese restaurant has a new outlet in Chinatown. The menu of Long Phung Vietnamese Restaurant is the same in the Joo Chiat outlet and the Chinatown branch.

The specialty is Pho but Long Phung offers much more than just the popular rice noodles in flavourful broth. A wide variety of dishes are on the menu, including pork chop rice, stir fry cockles, spring rolls, PhnomPenh Noodles and various other one dish meals and side dishes. Read more.

Long Phung Chinatown
239-241, New Bridge Road, Singapore 059439

Opening Hours: 11 am – to 10 pm

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