As Singapore eases travel restrictions, the number of new restaurants popping up across the lion city constantly increases. With abundant dining options available, you will never run out of delicious grubs.
If you are planning to dine somewhere you haven’t before, here are the top 10 new restaurants in Singapore that are worth checking out.
Top Restaurants in Singapore
1. Waa Cow! Yakiniku
Waa Cow! Yakiniku is a grill-it-yourself restaurant that officially opened this September. It offers a wide selection of sauces to dip grilled meats such as chicken, pork, and beef cuts. Meats are not the only food that the restaurant offers! Above all, they also have sashimi platters, salads, and hot sides. For drinks, they have handcrafted gin and beer, along with sodas and juices.
The restaurant’s dining space has bright and colourful decor, giving vibrant, energetic, and youthful vibes. Indeed, diners here will enjoy experiential dining as they foster physical interaction and bonding in today’s digital world.
Address: 1 Maju Ave, #02-10/11, myVillage, Singapore 556679
2. Yeast Side
Yeast Side is a cafe bar specialising in sourdough bakes and exotic craft beers. After initially launching at King Albert Park, they have recently opened a branch at Farrer Park. The newly opened branch offers the same dishes.
At their first outlet on King Albert Park, You can dine al fresco or sit in cosy chairs on their air-conditioned second floor. Go here if you enjoy a soothing and comfy atmosphere with natural sunlight and relaxing views. Visit the their second outlet at Farrer Park! From there, you can find a small and cosy space that the restaurant shares with Lyf Hotel.
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Address: 9 King Albert Park, #01-09, Singapore 598332
3. Well Collective
Launched this July, Well Collective features a family and pet-friendly environment with high-speed internet and comfy seats. If you want to get away from the busy cities of Singapore, travel to Punggol and make a short stop here.
The contemporary modern restaurant serves as a cafe during the day and a pop-up diner during the evening. Its vegan and gluten-free menu consist of fresh bakes, acai bowls, speciality drinks, and more. The space, which can facilitate up to 100 pax, is an all-inclusive environment where you can dine with your pets.
Address: Northshore Plaza II #02-11/12, 418 Northshore Drive, Singapore 820418
4. Restaurant Born
Restaurant Born is one of the new interesting restaurants in Singapore. It is a fine-dining restaurant located in a heritage building that was a depot for rickshaws in 1903. The interiors consist of high glass ceilings with artwork by Peter Gentenaar, a Dutch artist.
The 9-course seasonal menu of Contemporary cuisine was crafted by Chef Zor Tan. It features a combination of French gastronomy and Chinese ingredients and flavours. The menu is complemented with beverages such as: