Looking for something new and exciting to try this month? Look no further than these brand new restaurants. Whether it’s a new place to lounge around at or to chat over a few drinks, May’s fresh eats are sure to tickle those taste buds!
1. So France
Be transported to France when you eat at So France, a bistro that looks, smells, and tastes authentically French. Explore flavours from all corners of France at the bistro, and indulge in premium French wines by the wine bar. Haven’t heard of French tapas before? It’s about high time you do! Get educated with French staples such as Duck Liver Choux Pastry Puffs or Assorted French Cheeses. Operating as a bistro, wine bar, and epicerie under one roof, you’ll get a full gastronomic experience that you can bring home with you.
Find it at 7 Fraser Street, Duo Galleria #01-51/56, Singapore 189356.
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2. Nostimo Greek Deli
If a Mediterranean diet is more up your alley, then visit Nostimo Greek Deli for a meal full of the bright, refreshing Greek flavours we all know and love. Sink your teeth into classics like flaky, light filo pastry, flavourful bowls of hummus, and smoky grilled meats. Their sharing platters and amazing coffee make for a great family brunch in the city, while the traditional desserts guarantee a sweet and satisfying end to any meal.
Find it at 3 Temasek Boulevard #01-365, Convention Centre Entrance, Singapore 038983.
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3. Sbagliato Kitchen & Bar
Enjoy casual Italian eats and indulge in a few drinks at Sbagliato Kitchen & Bar. Located in Telok Ayer, it’s a great place to hang out for a few after-work drinks. Its laid-back and comforting ambience practically invites you to kick up your feet and let your hair down. With a generous spread of classic Italian favourites and an equally extensive list of wines, an evening at Sbagliato is guaranteed to be a good one.
Find it at 3/4 Amoy Street, Singapore 049947.
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4. The Spot
Dine and drink in style at this luxurious restaurant in the stunning Marina One. Chic and sophisticated, The Spot’s all set to be the most fashionable restaurant in the city. The menu here is the epitome of refinement and elegance, with food cooked to perfection and plated with flawless finesse. There’s a bar for you to wind down with a classic cocktail after your meal, and even a cigar lounge – how classy is that?
5. Tapas 26
The popular La Ventana has gotten a makeover and turned into Tapas 26. It’s a casual dining space where you can get all your favourite tapas with a glass of carefully selected Spanish wine. With a menu that changes every few months, we can guarantee that Tapas 26 is anything but predictable. Sit back and soak in the friendly atmosphere, enjoying an eclectic selection of popular tapas, lesser-known homestyle recipes, and seasonal dishes.
6. Past & Present Restaurant and Bar
Explore Singapore’s rich and unique heritage at Past & Present. The restaurant blurs the line between history and modernity, offering a fine dining experience accessible to young and old alike. With a skillfully crafted menu featuring both European and Asian influences, you’ll experience east and west, as well as past and present, melding together on your tongue as you explore Singapore and its stories through impeccable gastronomy.
Find it at 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429.
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7. Men Men Tei
Chef Teppei Yamashita (of Man Man Unagi fame) is opening his 16th eatery in Singapore. The talented chef is loved by fans of Japanese food all over the island, so we’re outrageously excited to try his new offering – ramen. This is his first ramen restaurant in Singapore, with 13 types of ramen and 3 types of delicious, flavourful broth. With affordable and generous bowls, you’re sure to leave happy and satisfied.
Find it at Marina One #B2-28, The Heart, 5 Straits View Singapore 018935.
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8. The Salted Plum
Anyone who’s returned from a Taiwan trip knows how hard it is to say goodbye to the country’s amazing food. Now, with the opening of The Salted Plum at Circular Road, you don’t have to. With classic dishes like braised pork belly and fried chicken going for just $5 or $10 each, the restaurant embodies everything we love about Taiwanese food: affordable, comforting, and oh-so-delicious.
Find it at 10 Circular Road Singapore 049336.
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