Looking for new food, pop-up menu items in restaurants, or cheap discounts in Singapore? We roll out the news fresh from the kitchen, week after week
Granted, there’s tonnes to eat here in Singapore despite being an itsy bitsy dot on the map. We’re sure you can relate to the conundrum that plagues you every time you think about what you’re gonna eat today, so we started this new weekly round-up. From new dining promotions to cheap food deals, and revamped menus to the buzz on new restaurants, this is what’s cooking in Singapore this week.
Bistro Du Vin relaunches with a new chef and menu.
After a two-week makeover, the quintessentially French Bistro Du Vin will reopen featuring a new contemporary look and feel. Chef Laurent Brouard from France will take over as chef, bringing to the table over 25 years of experience. In addition to new menu items, the bistro will introduce the “Faites Confiance Au Chef” menu that will allow diners to select a chef’s choice menu of two to four courses.
Bistro Du Vin, two locations.
Manhattan celebrates its third anniversary with The Clumsies
Has it been three years already? Manhattan, a haven for cocktail connoisseurs (and the 11th best bar in the world), will celebrate its third birthday by launching a new menu featuring 18 dishes and 20 craft cocktails, bringing five eras of New York to life. Greek bartenders, Nikos Bakoulis and Vasilis Kyritsis from The Clumsies (#9 on the World’s Best Bars list), will be taking on a guest shift from 7pm to 11pm on 24 April, where they’ll be mixing up some of their signature cocktails.
Manhattan, Regent Hotel, 2nd Floor, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715. p. 6725 3242. Menu launch on 8 May, The Clumsies guest shift on 24 April 7pm-11pm.
This is Singapore’s longest brunch in town
We’ve all been there – waking up just a little too late to catch that Sunday brunch we’ve been waiting the whole week for. But not to worry, ‘cos we’ve just caught wind of the longest brunch in town. For our new brunch to munch, Monti has revealed a new Italian brunch that kicks off at 12pm, and will keep the good vibes flowing past 9pm. The brunch will feature fresh seafood like Fine de Claire oysters and tuna tataki, as well as a live carving station with roast leg of lamb, roast rib eye, and baked salmon fillet. True to its Italian roots, these dishes will be complemented with a choice of homemade pastas straight from the kitchen.
Monti Festino Brunch, Monti, 82 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049213. p. 6535 0724. Every Sunday, 12pm-3pm (brunch), 3pm-7pm (live DJs), 9pm onwards (Jazz At Monti crew). $90++ (buffet only), $120++ (buffet and non-alcoholic drinks), $140++ (buffet and free flow wine), $160++ (buffet and free flow champagne).
foodpanda rolls out themed takeaways in the coming weeks
In celebration of its fifth birthday, foodpanda – one of the pioneers of food delivery services in Singapore – will be offering customers $5 off deals at some of its most popular restaurants islandwide, so you can take a break from slogging through the crowds during lunch hour. Each of the five weeks will see a new offer available featuring a themed group of restaurants. Kicking off the ‘fe5tival’ is Burger Week (from 17-23 April) followed by Pizza Week (24-30 April), Fried Chicken Week (1-7 May), Healthy Food Week (8-14 May) and finally, Surf ‘n’ Turf Week (15-22 May).
Foodpanda. Offer from 17 April-22 May.
Drink for a cause at Negroni Week
Taking place at some of the best cocktail bars around the city, the festival will showcase a selection of inventive Negroni-inspired cocktails that will redefine the classic drink. The first wave of submissions will include boundary-pushing renditions of the drink by eight acclaimed Singapore bars including Neon Pigeon and Fat Prince. In addition to being an opportunity to enjoy prime variations of this cocktail, you’ll be drinking for a cause – in an initiative led by Campari (a key ingredient in the cocktail), each bar will donate at least a dollar from their Negroni cocktails or Negroni-related products to a charity of their choice.
Negroni Week, 5-11 June, various bars around the city.
#MakeMorningsRight again at Grain Traders
Need a healthy brekkie in a hurry? Head over to Grain Traders and grab a healthy, takeaway-friendly breakfast like the savoury sweet potato and ricotta muffins or chia seed chocolate pudding breakfast cup. Want something more substantial? Opt for the Mix-Your-Breakfast plate that features your choice of base, eggs done your way, proteins, and a selection of hot and cold veggies.
Grain Traders, #01-01/02/03 CapitaGreen, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946. Open weekdays 8am-8pm. Closed on weekends.
1855 The Bottle Shop’s Wine & Whisky Week is back!
Pinot noir or cabernet? Islay or Speyside? If these are terms that get you excited, you’ll want to pay a visit to Singapore’s largest wine and whisky event. 1855 The Bottle Shop’s Wine & Whisky Week will feature over 500 wines and whiskies to appease the drinks connoisseur in you. Guests will get the opportunity to sample over a hundred labels before making a purchase at attractive discounts of up to 50%. Highlights for this year include numerous back vintage Bordeaux labels, award-winning wines, and a curated section dedicated to 2017’s trending grape varietal – Pinot Noir.
Wine & Whisky Week, 19-30 April, Suntec City Tower 4 East Atrium Level 1.
Have a crab-tastic feast at Ah Hoi’s Kitchen
Famous for its fiery Singapore chilli crab and aromatic black pepper crab, Ah Hoi’s Kitchen at Hotel Jen Tanglin will be expanding its repertoire of crab dishes for its Festival of Crab available ’til 31 July. On the crab-tastic menu, you’ll find classics like chilli as well as black pepper crab, along with more unconventional crab dishes like glass noodles and Chinese wine crab. If you can’t get enough of salted egg, get messy with the salted egg and crispy yam crab which features a generous amount of creamy golden goodness along with crispy yam sticks.
Festival of Crab, Ah Hoi’s Kitchen, Hotel Jen Tanglin, Level 4. p. 6831 4373. Open 12pm-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10pm.
Plentyfull revamps its dinner menu
“Honest, hearty and homemade meals away from home” is the Plentyfull promise, and it certainly delivers with its revamped dinner menu. Meat lovers can tuck into comforting classics like the glazed acorn-fed pork jowl with potato puree and grilled pineapple, or the grilled spice lamb ribs with smoked yoghurt, edamame and horseradish. End your meal on a sweet note with desserts like the miso souffle with toasted walnut ice-cream, and the creamy rose and strawberry panna cotta with sable breton, balsamic vinegar reduction, and sorbet.
Plentyfull, Millenia Walk, #01-79/80, 9 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039596.
Taki Kyoto Grill & Sake opens at Japan Food Town
Fans of Japanese food are no doubt familiar with Japan Food Town’s authentic dining concepts, but here’s a whole new reason to pay the establishment a visit. Taki Kyoto Grill & Sake, the latest addition to the Japanese food mall, is ready to serve up Kyoto’s unique style of grilled dishes paired with silky smooth sake. Taki will showcase a menu of hand-made fire-grilled delicacies which, as always, will feature authentic ingredients flown fresh from Japan.
Taki Kyoto Grill & Sake, Japan Food Town, 435 Orchard Road, Wisma Atria Level 4, Singapore 238877.
Tippling Club presents Once Upon a Time at Charles H.
Tippling Club takes you back to the golden era of fine drinking with Once Upon A Time at Charles H. This one-night-only event will see Head Bartender Lorenzo Antinori of Charles H. (Four Seasons Seoul) helm the bar for an exotic evening of whimsy and wanderlust. For $155++ guests will sit down to six cocktails and five small plates inspired by global flavours. Some of the cocktails include the East India (Aylesbury Duck, dry vermouth, white chocolate, and apple cider vinegar) as well as the Tequila Por Mi Amante (tequila cabeza, strawberries, and bay leaf). We won’t spoil the rest of the menu!
Tippling Club, 38 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088461. p. 6475 2217. 20 April.
New menu items and doughballs galore at PizzaExpress
This British pizza joint made waves upon its much-awaited arrival in Singapore, but now you’ve got a whole new reason to visit PizzaExpress. Available now are several brand new culinary creations like the parma e rucola pizza and the niçoise pizza, as well as new pasta options like the lobster and crabmeat ravioli and the garganelli giardiniera (both featuring handmade pasta). And if you, like us, can’t get enough of PizzaExpress’ signature doughballs, you can now order an upsized doughball platter along with a brand new wine selection.
PizzaExpress, Scotts Square, Unit B1 08/09, 6 Scotts Road, Singapore 228209. p. 6538 0083.
Get closer to your coffee at Starbucks Reserve at United Square
Dive deep into the world of artisanal coffee roasts with the opening of Singapore’s first Starbucks Reserve coffee bar. This immersive coffee bar will bring coffee connoisseurs closer to their coffee than ever before, and will be staffed exclusively by baristas who are certified coffee masters. Starbucks Reserve will feature the state-of-the-art Black Eagle espresso machine and serve Nitro Cold Brew coffee on tap. And, if you really want to get into the nitty gritty, chat up the coffee masters here and find out more about brewing methods like siphon, chemex, pour-over, coffee press, and more.
Starbucks Reserve, United Square, 101 Thomson Road, Singapore 307591.
Go gourmet grocery shopping at the new Taste by Swiss Butchery
The folks behind Swiss Butchery have just unveiled a brand-new retail and dining concept at Raffles Holland V. Located in basement one, Taste spans a total of 6,000 square feet and features ten gourmet grocery sections and retail outlets like SENS Restaurant by Chef Martin Woo, and Yi Lian Ng Floral Atelier. Here, shoppers will find superbly fresh seasonal produce flown in twice a week from France, USA, Thailand and Japan. You’ll also get to pick up gourmet cuts of meat from Swiss Butchery and savour freshly-shucked oysters from the store’s oyster bar.
Taste, 110 Holland Avenue, Basement 1, Singapore 278997. p. 6264 8389. Open daily 8am-10pm.
Are you ready for an unforgettable Easter brunch?
Ready for a sumptuous Easter feast? We’ve put together a roundup of some of the best Easter Sunday brunches featuring fancy egg dishes, sinful chocolatey treats, and all-you-can-eat buffets. Hop on over to our full guide here.
Savour The Disgruntled Brasserie’s new five-course brunch menu
Here’s an indulgent brunch that won’t burn a hole in your wallet! For $48++ (add $38++ for free flow prosecco, wine, beer, and juices), diners will get to enjoy a new five-course brunch menu designed by Disgruntled’s new Chef de Cuisine, Desmond Goh. The menu will feature small plates like salt-baked beetroot and smoked burrata, a gruyere cheese souffle, and boston lobster bisque followed by a choice of mains like pan roasted barramundi and coq au vin. End things on a sweet note with desserts like the broken lemon tart, “Bailey’s” Creme Caramel and a delightful Apple Tarte Tatin.
The Disgruntled Brasserie, 28 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069708. p. 6808 2184. Open Mon-Sat 12pm-2.30pm, 6pm-10.30pm. Closed on Sun.
Flying Monkey opens on Bussorah Street
Click your heels and hop over to this new Indian tapas and cocktail bar on Bussorah Street for an evening of good eats and creative cocktails. Flying Monkey serves up a selection of contemporary Indian dishes like curries, kebabs and even its own rendition of jalebis. Of course, Flying Monkey also has a robust bar program featuring Asian-influenced cocktails like the Goa Mamma Lassi with mango, passionfruit, milk, yogurt, vodka, and dark rum.
Flying Monkey, 67 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199480. p. 6291 0695. Open daily 11.30am-11pm.
Have a cuppa while shopping at Monument Lifestyle
Enter Monument Lifestyle: a new multi-concept store that sits on Duxton Road and houses fashionable menswear, grooming kits, home décor and even surfboards. Seems like your typical fashion boutique from the outside, but step inside and BAM! Like a mini Narnia, you’ll be whisked away to another world, one that also happens to serve San Francisco’s Four Barrel coffees, and for non-coffee drinkers, cups of Samovar tea that come in a variety of flavours. This café also offers pastries, muffins and toast with your choice of spreads.
Monument Lifestyle, 75 Duxton Road, Singapore 089534. Opens Mon-Fri 8am-7pm.
WOLF Burgers gets its first standalone outlet
Fans of cult favourite, Wolf Burger, could previously only go to Pasarbella Suntec to sink their teeth into. But now, this burger brand finally has a restaurant of its own. If you’re a burger-lover in the East and lamenting your options, you’ll be able to get your burger fix at Wolf Burger’s first standalone outlet at Changi City Point. The new outlet will feature all your favourites as well as new creations like The Good Catch – the outlet’s first fish burger.
Wolf Burger, #01-43, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Changi City Point, Singapore 486038.
Oxwell & Co present Four Floors of Frolicks for St George’s Day
Loosen those belt buckles and get prepped for a truly English feast at Oxwell & Co! As a hat-tip to St George’s Day, this bastion of all that is British will be serving up a traditional British roast as well as a free flow of cocktails, ciders, and beers for $110. Guests can enjoy their meal in Oxwell’s Dining Room or The Study. If you’d rather just enjoy a tipple, $75 will get you free-flow of drinks.
Oxwell & Co., 5 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069688. p. 6438 3984. 22 April, 1pm-4pm.
Goodwood Park Hotel’s durian fiesta is back
Durian season is around the corner, and we can usually count on Goodwood Park Hotel to stun with its Durian Fiesta offerings. From early March to 31 July. Goodwood Park Hotel will showcase 14 different confections, including six new creations. These include the D24 ‘Starry Starry Night’ Ice Cream Cake, the D24 Cashew Nut Crumble Tartlet, D24 Matcha Cake, and even a D24 Salted Caramel Cuppa if you need a caffeine boost. Want an all-you-can-eat durian feast? Make sure you head down to the hotel’s Coffee Lounge for its durian dessert buffet, happening from 27 May to 31 July.
Goodwood Park Hotel Durian Fiesta, 10 March to 31 July, Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221, p. 6737 7411.
‘Ka Soh’ gets a facelift after 21 years
If you, like us, felt gutted when Swee Kee Fish Head Noodle House (affectionately known as Ka Soh) seemingly shuttered its doors for good, you’ll be happy to know that this Amoy Street stalwart had just been closed for renovations. Now sporting a more contemporary and sleeker look, the Michelin Bib Gourmand-affiliated restaurant is now known as Swee Kee Eating House and will continue to serve old favourites. Loyal patrons can expect Ka Soh classics like the milky fish head and fish slices noodles, spare pork ribs, fried seafood tofu, and of course, its signature har cheong gai.
Swee Kee Eating House, 96 Amoy Street, Singapore 069916, p. 6224 9920. Open daily 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-10pm.
Here’s your chance to try authentic Pakistani food
Want to get acquainted with authentic Pakistani nosh this week? Make a beeline for the ‘Rakabdar’ Pakistani Food Festival at Aryaa Kitchen on 26-30 March. Diners will get to choose between a $35 lunch set, a $45 dinner set, and finally a $65 Chef’s Recommendation conceptualised by chef de cuisine, Rehmat Karim of Islamabad Serena Hotel. The menu will change daily and highlight cuisines from five different Pakistani regions. The food festival is one of the many events being held as part of the Fun Aur Funkaar festival that showcases Pakistani art, fashion and culture.
Have you heard of the Tiong Bahru Satay Man?
The latest instalment of Moosehead’s Supper Series sees the resto collaborating with the legendary Tiong Bahru Satay man, Ah Pui. Previously a roadside hawker in the ’70s, he can now be found grilling his signature satay for private house parties. But thanks to this rare collaboration, you’ll now know exactly where to find him, cooking his spectacular lemongrass- and coconut-marinated satay. Complementing this Satay Shindig is the Mediterranean cuisine you’d expect from Moosehead, as Chef Seumas serves Inka-roasted herb-brined lamb neck skewers, and his Inka-roasted cauliflower seasoned with North African spices.
The Satay Shindig, 7 April, 10pm onwards, Moosehead Kitchen-Bar, 110 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068579, p. 6636 8055.
Celebrate spring at Japan Food Town’s Sakura Fair.
Though we’re a long way from the sakura-blanketed gardens of Japan, Sakura season comes to Singapore by way of Japan Food Town’s Sakura Fair. The fair, held from 31 March to 16 April, will dazzle with displays of real sakura blossoms flown in from Japan. In addition to the Sakura display, the fair will showcase popular Japanese spring ingredients like bamboo shoots, sakura shrimp and nanohana. This fair will feature sakura-inspired creations from over 16 restaurants, so expect plenty of variety.
Sakura Fair, 435 Orchard Road, Wisma Atria Level 4, 238877. 31 March, 10.30am-12.30pm.
Authentic Italian pizza from… Spain?
We’ve had New York-style pizza from the Philippines, so why not authentic Italian by way of Spain? O Mamma Mia Sapore Italiano has just opened its first store outside of Spain at Causeway point, and the pizzeria cuts no corners. Expect premium ingredients sourced directly from Italy like Boletus mushrooms, cheeses and Italian tomatoes. Even the pizza dough is hand-made in Italy before being shipped over!
O Mamma Mia, 1 Woodlands Square, #01-K04 Causeway Point, Singapore 738099. Open 11.30am-10.30pm daily. p. 6760 2017.
Enjoy a hearty Easter Sunday feast at Plate
It’s that time of year again! Grab the family and sit down to a sumptuous Easter Sunday buffet at Carlton City Hotel’s Plate. This special buffet spread will kick off with fresh seafood on ice like half-shell scallops, snow crabs, and tiger prawns. Of course, you can expect traditional Easter Sunday fare like honey-glazed gammon ham, herb-crusted lamb leg and a hearty beef cheek red wine stew. And we know keeping the kids occupied can sometimes be a challenge, so fret not – there’ll be a host of kid-friendly activities like Easter egg painting and bunny ear handicrafts. Phew!
Plate, Carlton City Hotel, 1 Gopeng Street, Singapore 078862. p. 6632 8888. 16 April, 12pm-2.30pm. $35++ per adult. Children between seven and twelve dine at 50% off. Children six years and below dine for free.
Freehouse turns one and debuts a new menu
Give in to beer pressure and spend the first day of April celebrating Feehouse’s first birthday. The craft beer bar (a personal favourite of mine) will be ringing in their second year with a live DJ slinging hip-hop beats, and lots of crafty brews on tap as well. What we’re most excited for, however, is their new menu that’ll be revealed soon.
Freehouse, 21A Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069620. Open Mon-Thu & Sat 5pm-12am, Fri 3pm-12am. Closed on Sun.
Try Japanese white curry rice at Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry
Japanese white curry? Now that’s not something you see every day here. Newly opened on the Nihon Food Street of Millenia Walk, Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry is the first and only restaurant that whips up this unconventional variation in Singapore. Prepared with Hokkaido milk, the white curry here is creamier and richer than other brown sauce-based counterparts, and is still served with rice alongside other top-notch ingredients. For prices that won’t bust the bank, sets are available serving Iberico pork belly ($15.80), chicken katsu ($15.80), and ebi fry ($16.80).
Tengawa Hokkiao White Curry, #02-16 Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039596, p. 6265 1314. Open daily 11.30am-10pm.
Sit down to Southern-style weekday lunch sets at Bird Bird
Dude-Sin pioneer Bjorn Shen has swapped out Bird Bird’s Thai fried chicken concept in favour of Southern style fried chicken and waffles. Pop by Bird Bird’s new digs on Frankel Avenue (casual attire welcome of course), and tuck into Bird Bird’s signature buttermilk fried chicken & cornbread waffles. In the mood for a cheat lunch? Drop in on weekdays from 11.30am to 2.30pm and sit down to its fried chicken lunch set ($19++) inclusive of a quarter buttermilk fried chicken (original or spicy), choice of two sides, a scoop of ice cream and a choice of drink.
Bird Bird, 97 Frankel Avenue, Singapore 458222. p. 6694 8270. Open Wed-Sun 11.30am-3.30pm 6pm-10pm. Closed Mon-Tue.
25 Degrees Burgers & Liquor Bar Makes Singapore Debut
Know the precise temperature difference between a raw and well-done burger patty? The answer is in the name of this new Los Angeles import that promises authentic American-style burgers done just right. Pop by for their weekday lunch deal (11am-3pm) and enjoy your choice of signature burgers along with fries and a half pint of beer or soft drink. Psst, we hear these guys are a hit with Hollywood A-listers!
25 Degrees Burgers and Liquor Bar, 200 Middle Road, Singapore 188980. p. 6809 7990. Open Mon-Thu 11am-11pm, Fri-Sat 11am-1am. Closed on Sun.
There’s now a secret bar at Full of Luck Club
Nothing brings out the hipster in us like sussing out new hidden away bars. The newest of which, Lucky Bar, has just opened on the rooftop of Full of Luck Club. Like the main restaurant, the bar will serve authentic Cantonese cuisine along with cocktails that blend Eastern and Western flavours. The bar is only accessible from a secluded alleyway behind Full of Luck Club. Oh, and we just love it’s whole Wong Kar Wai-esque feel.
Lucky Bar, 243 Holland Avenue (Entrance behind Full of Luck Club via the back alley), Singapore 278977. p. 6208 6845. Open Fri-Sat 6pm-1am. Closed on Mon.
Grab a healthy, hearty lunch at Crackerjack
Want a healthy lunch bite that’s a little more exciting than a salad? Enter Crackerjack – this new concept aims to be your ‘third place’ away from home and work. In addition to serving up cocktails at irresponsible hours, Crackerjack offers hearty lunch options that won’t leave you feeling guilty. Some of our favourite ‘lunch plates’ (a balanced meal that comes served with a fresh baked cookie) include the chermoula chicken with Moroccan millet “couscous” and the vegetarian lentil mushroom scotch egg.
Crackerjack, 43 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088464.
Try an ondeh ondeh latte at Mellower Coffee
By now, you’ve probably had multiple renditions of ondeh ondeh (a kind of Malay kueh), including cakes, waffles and ice cream. But ondeh ondeh latte? Now that’s something we haven’t tried. Shanghai-based Mellower Coffee is the purveyor of this newfangled cuppa, which combines the sweetness of coconut and gula melaka (palm sugar) with the punchy, bitter taste of espresso. Also on the menu is an Instagrammer’s dream: Sweet Little Rain, a cotton candy cloud suspended above a steaming cup of Americano. As it melts, little sugar droplets fall into the coffee, lightly sweetening your drink (and probably your day too).
Mellower Coffee, #01-01 The Prospex, 108 Middle Road, Singapore 188967.
Lime launches Tiers of Joy afternoon tea menu
Lime at PARKROYAL on Pickering revamps its afternoon tea buffet with a brand new menu showcasing local flavours and sweet delicacies. Available from 3pm to 6pm daily, guests can enjoy Lime’s new menu items like the snow crab and green apple open-faced sandwich and ayam percik shepherd’s pie, as well as sweet treats like the chocolate pudding with guanaja chantilly.
Lime, PARKROYAL on Pickering, 3 Upper Pickering St, Singapore 058289. p. 6809 8899.
Chef Keisuke Takeda opens 15th restaurant at Tanjong Pagar
Chef Keisuke Takeda is set to delight Japanese food fans yet again with his 15th new concept, Teppanyaki Hamburg Nihonbashi Keisuke Bettei in the hip ‘hood of Tanjong Pagar. With plans to open March 2017, this restaurant will mainly focus on Japanese-style hamburger steaks that are served sizzling up a storm on a hotplate. The best part? You can pair the steak with eggs (sunny side up? poached? You can choose how you want them done) and a sprawling salad bar with more than 20 items.
Teppanyaki Hamburg Nihonbashi Keisuke Bettei, 72 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079329.
Singapore’s first ever Weekend Jazz Brunch is here
Care for a scrumptious brunch with a side of smooth jazz music? Montreux Jazz Café have recently introduced an all-new Weekend Jazz Brunch menu which means cool cats can now enjoy live jazz performances from some of the best in Singapore while they kick back with free-flow champers and tuck into a hearty brunch spread. Diners can also expect a sprawling menu which consists of brunch staples like eggs benedict and the BB King Cheeseburger.
Montreux Jazz Café, #01-02, 10 Claymore Road, Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore 229540.
Singapore’s ‘Gotham City’ building will welcome a new bar
With a facade that won’t feel misplaced in a city like Gotham, Park View Square adds a much-needed dose of Art Deco chutzpah amidst gleaming skyscrapers. And next month, it’ll be home to a ritzy, new all-day drinking and dining concept, ATLAS. With its lush, glamorous design and an ultra-exclusive and lust-worthy gin and Champagne collection, this waterhole looks to be our new boozy escape from the city.
ATLAS, Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Road. Open Mon – Thurs, 8am-1am, Fri 8am-2am, Sat 12pm-2am.
Potato Head Folk’s Three Buns adds rice bowls to its menu
For folks who love rice with everything, here’s a new reason (or three) to hit up Three Buns at Potato Head Folk. From 21 February, the laid-back burger joint will be serving hearty rice bowls topped with miso-glazed pork belly, aged UK beef patty or fried buttermilk chicken. The best part? These bowls are available for delivery from 11am to midnight daily – just the thing for those late night munchies.