Taking a page from Google Trends, we thought we can try to gauge the prevailing interest in a particular restaurant or café in Singapore by the current popularity of our restaurants & cafes posts and reviews. Our chart of the Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore lists the eateries that have been attracting the most interest in the last 7 days.
The list is not a measure of the overall popularity of the various eating places but is an indication of the relative popularity of our blog posts with regard to those places. Such a list may be only somewhat useful now and we will need to improve the way the list is constructed over time. Nevertheless, it is a start and we hope it can become a convenient and helpful reference tool. Afterall, Google started when two students had an idea for a search engine and worked on it a dorm room.
Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore
We will just list the trending restaurants and cafes with links to our blog posts, where you will find information and photos of the eateries. We will update the chart periodically.
16 July 2021 – TOP Chart
The Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart shows that there is keen interests in new restaurants and cafes are popular. Canchita Peruvian Cuisine and Common Man Coffee Roasters Joo Chiat ranked highly in the chart. The just opened Tigerlily Patisserie also entered the chart above a number of the more familiar names.
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25 June 2021 – TOP Chart
As Singapore transitioned into Covid 19 Phase 3 (Heightened Alert) Reopening on 21 June 2021, dining-in at restaurants are allowed again. Although the dining party size is restricted to just 2, the restaurants are filling up again. It seems like comfort food is what people want at times like these. The Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart is filled with affordable casual restaurants and brunch cafes. Whatever happens, class endures – Odette moved up in the latest chart.
18 June 2021 – TOP Chart
This Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart gives insight into the popularity of eateries for takeaways. The chart covers a period when dining-in at F&B outlets is not allowed. The latest Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart shows the affordable traditional restaurants, like Kok Sen, Hua Yu Wee and Plum Village, are the go to places for takeaway meals. However, under whatever circumstances, cream will rise to the top – as Odette makes it into the chart even when the complete fine dining experience in the restaurant is not possible.
4 June 2021 – TOP Chart
It is interesting to see the impact of the COVID-19 measures on F&B businesses in Singapore during the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) period. The latest Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart shows the restaurants, cafes and bakeries that are popular when only takeaway and delivery are possible.
21 May 2021 – TOP Chart
Singapore moved into Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) on 16 May 2021 with dining-in at all F&B establishments disallowed. The latest Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart shows the great impact of the COVID-19 measures on F&B businesses. Almost all the usual names in the chart are missing from the latest edition. Instead, eateries with affordable comfort food for takeaway are trending. Bakeries take many spots in the chart.
7 May 2021 – TOP Chart
Recently opened restaurants and cafes dominate the latest Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart. New Japanese restaurant Sen-ryo moves right to the top. The Neptune, Kluto and Moonbow are also new restaurants that are popular.
23 April 2021 – TOP Chart
There is keen interest in newly opened restaurants and cafes like The Neptune, Five Oars Coffee Roasters Cafe and KULTO. The latest Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart also features traditional restaurant such as Hua Yu Wee Restaurant and DaNiu Teochew Seafood Restaurant.
9 April 2021 – TOP Chart
There is keen interest in newly opened restaurants and cafes. The latest Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart is dominated by hot new names like The Neptune, Cafe Aux Bacchanales, Little Farms Katong Bistro and KULTO.
26 March 2021 – TOP Chart
Odette was listed second at the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021 awards ceremony; and that moved Odette up to No.2 spot in the Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart. Interest in newly opened restaurants and cafes remains keen, with The Neptune, Cafe Aux Bacchanales and KULTO featuring in the Chart.
12 March 2021 – TOP Chart
There is keen interest in newly opened restaurants and cafes, with KULTO, Prairie and Moonbow featuring in the Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart.
26 February 2021 – TOP Chart
Old familiar names like Hua Yu Wee and Odette continue to be in the Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart. Newly opened Moonbow Restaurant and Prairie By Craftsmen are trending.
29 January 2021 – TOP Chart
Casual affordable eateries continue to dominate the Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart. New entries Kamome Bakery and East Coast Commue take first and third spot respectively. Traditional Chinese restaurants Hua Yu Wee and Chao Shan Cuisine are also trending.
8 January 2021 – TOP Chart
The new year Trending Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore Chart sees familiar names that stand the test of time. Heritage restaurant Hua Yu Wee moves right up to the top of the chart. 3 Michelin Star Odette takes second place. New entries Enjoy Eating House Parallel Coffee Roasters show that casual affordable eateries are always popular.
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