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5 New Eateries in Singapore That Are Worth Trying Soon!




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It is Friday night. You plan to spend it with your favourite bunch of people at your favourite bar, sip your favourite cocktail, and finish your meal with your favourite dessert. Ho hum. Nothing new or exciting about that! How about you change your plan just a bit? No, we aren’t asking you to make new friends.

Why not try out a new place to hang out or celebrate? Singapore has seen loads of new eateries open up in recent times. We are one quarter down in 2017 and if you still haven’t tried these eateries, there is no better time than now!

1. Meta

Looking for a place for a special date or celebration? Your hunt ends with Meta. This chic restaurant serves classic French-inspired dishes with an Asian twist. Allow Sun Kim, the head chef originally from South Korea and trained in Australia, to whip up some flavour-packed meals to tantalise your taste buds. Visit Meta for exquisitely prepared Japanese Mackerel, New Zealand Lamb Lion and Black woods (a dessert with chocolate, black sesame and gochujang).

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Meta offers a lunch menu (S$48++), winter menus (five-course priced at S$98 and seven-course priced at S$138) and a 10-course degustation menu (S$198). The restaurant boasts of a perfect balance of flavour, stylish-yet-comfortable ambience, informative and friendly staff, excellent wine pairings, sharp service, and a memorable gastronomic experience.

What’s more? Pay with your American Express Platinum credit card to enjoy 50% off on buffets for two persons, 35% for three persons, 25% for four persons, 20% for five to 10 persons, and 15% for one person.

Address: 9 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089117, Singapore

2. Small Potatoes Ice Creamery

Are you constantly torn between satisfying your sweet tooth and keeping a check on your calorie intake to stick to your New Year resolution? You can now heave a sigh of relief, thanks to Small Potatoes. This famous ice cream parlour from Hong Kong entered Singapore last year and has been the talk of the town since then. Its USP? Healthy soft serves! Yes, you read that right.

They swear they use only Kumamoto Purple Potatoes (yams) and Hokkaido 3.6 Fresh Milk, without any stabilisers or sugar for making ice creams! The prices are a bit steep, though. So, your pocket might end up slimmer too!

Address: 10 Sinaran Drive, Square 2 #B1-131, Singapore

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3. Janice Wong Singapore Restaurant

If watching all those MasterChef episodes have left you drooling for arty food, this is the best place for your next meal. Combining art and food in the perfect symphony is Janice Wong Singapore Restaurant, a 1,500 square feet restaurant and sweets retail shop located at the National Museum of Singapore.

Janice, who is known for her unique desserts, has several amazing classic as well as contemporary options on the menu such as Chocolate Praline Poprocks Cake, Toffee Pudding, and Cacao Forest. Savoury favourites include dumplings and noodles. What’s more? You can make and decorate your own chocolate here. Wow! With colourful interiors and meals that are delicious artworks, this innovative place will definitely leave you wanting for more.

Address: 93 Stamford Road, #01-06, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore

4. Pim Pam by FOC

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Think Braised Cheeks, Juicy Pork Secreto, Churros coated with White Chocolate and value for money! Head straight to Pim Pam for a night full of fun. This Spanish affair offers some action-packed squid ink paella, spinach and pine nuts croquettes, and tapas. They also have a takeaway counter for coffee, pastries and more, and a retail corner selling Spanish cooking essentials.

Live music, a relaxed atmosphere and delicious, pocket-friendly food are sure to be a good choice with or without an occasion. A meal here will leave you refreshed and satiated and will definitely not burn a hole in your pocket.

Address: 442 Orchard Road, #01-29 Claymore Connect, Singapore

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5. Coyote Tex-Mex Grill & Bar

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Craving some fresh, lip-smacking Mexican food? Reserve a table at Coyote and we bet you will not be disappointed. This vibrant restaurant, housed in an old colonial building offers a rustic seating and scenery, and some heart-warming comfort food.

Crispy chicken wings, spice-rubbed baby back ribs, and tender beef brisket are not to be missed. They have many events and deals on throughout the week – watch out for Beer Wednesdays, Taco Tuesdays and Thursdays, and even birthday discounts!

Address: 320 Tanglin Road, Phoenix Park, Singapore

So, what are you waiting for? Make your reservations right away!

To make sure your pocket remains as full as your belly, be sure to use a dining credit card like the Citi Cash Back Card or ANZ Optimum World MasterCard Credit Card for cashback on your dining. . Follow us on Facebook and visit BankBazaar.sg to compare credit cards that give you the most rewards for your spending.

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