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All the new restaurants to try in Singapore in August 2019

As Singapore counts down to the next Michelin Guide, foodies are reminded of the lively state of the local dining scene. Restaurant numbers, as always, are on the rise.

This time, Mod-Asian eateries are flooding in. Bao Boy picks up a fun approach with baos and the re-opened Riverhouse brings in Chinese-style tapas. The Tao Group, the mastermind behind Marquee, has also launched a new Japanese multi-concept within Marina Bay Sands.

Or, if you’re up for something more patriotic for the season, consider these menus that pay homage to flavours and dishes that belong to all Singaporeans. 

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1. Bao Boy

Bao Boy is the cool, casual sister outfit to Andrew Walsh’s Butcher Boy. Bao Boy is all about modern bao creations. Here, traditional lotus leaf buns come stuffed with pulled pork, fried chicken or beef satay patties. Also worth trying are the Chilli Crab Mac & Cheese as well as the Salmon Tartare Nachos with deep-fried wonton skins. Find out more about Bao Boy here.

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Bao Boy
Address
31 Hongkong Street, Singapore 059670
Phone
+65 6226 1395
2. Beurre

Butter gets time beyond the bread plate at this new restaurant. The kitchen is a proponent of using the flavourful dairy spread lavishly in dishes. Take for instance an Angus rib-eye aged in butter or soya sauce chicken left to poach in butter and juices. Expect an indulgent yet affordable dining experience here.

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Beurre
Address
23 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089837
Phone
+65 9660 0597
3. Blue Label Pizza & Wine

This popular American pizzeria has opened a new spot at the Mandarin Gallery. Blue Label Pizza offers stone-fired pies with gourmet toppings such as clams with bacon bits or Hokkaido octopus with chorizo ragu. Takeaways are available, but we would highly recommend eating at the restaurant. The buffalo wings and fries are worth going for.

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Blue Label Pizza & Wine
Address
333A Orchard Road, #03-02, Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
Phone
+65 9785 7799
4. Capitol Milk Bar

The Capitol Milk Bar is Capitol Kempinski’s homage to the popular Magnolia Snack Bar of the 1960s, an old-school cafe offering pre-movie snacks. Today, the Capitol Milk Bar is more of an American diner with burgers, hotdogs, milkshakes and sundaes for everyone. Dishes and drinks see local influences and bits of movie trivia. Try the Ava Gardner sandwich, an elegant shrimp brioche roll befitting of its namesake.

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Capitol Milk Bar
Address
13 Stamford Road, Singapore 178905
Phone
+65 6715 6874
5. Fat Belly

After two years operating in secrecy, Fat Belly has now expanded into a 52-seater concept. Lesser-known cuts of beef are still the highlights of the steakhouse’s menu. This time, Fat Belly introduces more gourmet options such as the Mayura Signature Wagyu tri-tip. The restaurant is only open for dinner. In the day, it becomes a boutique coffee roastery.

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Fat Belly
Address
10 Jalan Serene, #01-04, Singapore 258748
Phone
+65 6314 2247
6. Izy Fook

The restaurant, previously Izy Dining + Bar, is a contemporary take on a traditional Japanese izakaya bar. Izy Fook’s menu offers Japanese bites with Singaporean touches. Cantonese-style roast meats, like char siew and siew yoke, are worth checking out here too.

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Izy Fook
Address
27 Club Street, Singapore 069413
Phone
+65 9678 0027
7. Koma

Koma is the latest multi-concept by Tao Group — the hospitality group behind other MBS concepts like Marquee and Lavo. Koma is a lounge bar and a restaurant offering modern interpretations of Japanese cuisine. Executive chef Kunihiro Moroi helms the kitchen here and takes special care to use fresh produce and ingredients from Japan.

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Koma
Address
2 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, #B1-67, Singapore 018972
Phone
+65 6688 8690
8. Masa by Black Society

Masa is the latest casual eatery by modern Cantonese restaurant Black Society. The eatery is more of a cha chaan teng on steroids. The menu sees a massive selection of contemporary dim sum creations, such as rose-shaped red beans buns and chilli crab tarts. There are also Western bites, like pasta, salads and fritters available.

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Masa by Black Society
Address
277 Orchard Road, #01-12/13/14, Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238858
Phone
+65 6243 7988
9. The Riverhouse

The iconic River House at Clarke Quay has seen two multi-concepts (Forbidden City by IndoChine and most recently, VLV) come and go. The 1-Group recently took over the heritage mansion and launched it as yet another multi-concept venue. It is now stylised as ‘The Riverhouse’ and divided three ways: alfresco bar-lounge Yin, Asian nightclub Yang and a modern Chinese restaurant called Mimi. Hopefully, the third time’s the charm.

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The Riverhouse
Address
3A River Valley Road, #01-02, Clarke Quay, Singapore 179020
Phone
+65 6261 1189
10. Tenjin

Tenjin is Les Amis Group’s latest culinary addition in Shaw Centre. The Japanese concept specialises in tendons and offers only a few choices on the menu. There are vegetarian options, prawn and vegetable bowls and ‘premium’ offerings which sees a motherlode of seafood (think eel and crab).

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Tenjin
Address
1 Scotts Rd, #03-08, Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208
Phone
+65 6235 3312
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