Mash at Pek Kio – Blk 44 Owen Road

Having re-branded themselves after a long hiatus ever since moving out of Pek Kio Market & Food Centre, the folks behind the now-defunct Grit at Pek Kio are back, now known as Mash at Pek Kio. Mash at Pek Kio has not moved too far away from where they had started; with Grit at Pek…

Soufflé – Duxton Hill

There may be a number of French restaurants all across the island, but finding one that places its emphasis on soufflés is pretty rare. Opened by the same folks behind the Delicae Hospitality Management Group (“DHM Group”) which brought us brands such as Sabio, Ange Cafe, L’Entrecote The Steaks and Fries Bistro, &Made Burger Bistro,…

Telok Ayer Arts Club – McCallum Street

Taking over the former premises of SPRMRKT (itself having moved to Cluny Court sometime back last year) along McCallum Street is Telok Ayer Arts Club, which had been opened since a while ago. Still run by the same people behind SPRMRKT, Telok Ayer Arts Club is the brand’s newest venture which is being set-up with…

Eleven Strands – Yio Chu Kang Road

Situated off the beaten path at Yio Chu Kang Road, Eleven Strands is a new F&B establishment that is located behind Serangoon Stadium, taking over the former premises of now-defunct Kombi Rocks Diner. Opened by the same folks behind South Union Park at Jalan Kembangan, Eleven Strands is their latest concept that is nestled within…

Pasta Supremo – Suntec City Mall

It seems that handmade pasta is pretty much still in-trend of the late, considering how places serving up handmade pasta is still sprouting up across the island slowly. Taking over the former premises of now-defunct Nostimo Greek Deli (some may be more familiar with the space being ERGON Singapore), Pasta Supremo is the latest F&B…

Tenderbest Makcik Tuckshop – MEGA @ Woodlands

Tenderbest had been a uniquely Singaporean brand all these years; having been a household name for fried chicken that started off in coffeeshop stalls, the name had since ventured into casual eateries within shopping malls, and now operating their very own bistro in an industrial building. We have had written about Tenderfresh Classic a while…

Homeground Grill & Bar – Serangoon Road

Potong Pasir had recently seen some action in the F&B scene of the late, especially considering the opening of The Venue Shoppes, as well as other new tenants such as Penguin’s Kitchen & Bar (where Thai Jing Jing is now housed within). Situated just right beside 126 搵到食’s branch at Serangoon Road, Homeground Grill &…

SaLe Marino – Eastwood Centre

SaLe Marino is the latest F&B establishment to have moved into Eastwood Centre, following the closure of now-defunct Sans Bistro which is currently collaborating with No Signboard Seafood whilst in the midst of looking for a new location to move to. Occupying one of the units facing Eastwood Road to the left of the building,…

Easy Noodle Bar – Foch Road

Taking over the former premises of now-defunct 20F Specialty Coffee/VXX Cooperative is Easy Noodles Bar. Being the third F&B tenant to have moved into the shophouse, the renovation made to the unit by Easy Noodles Bar is perhaps the most extensive thus far. While much of the space was left open by its previous tenants,…

Tipo Pasta Bar – North Bridge Road

Taking over the former premises of now-defunct Hyde & Co along North Bridge Road is Tipo Pasta Bar. Tipo Pasta Bar is one of the two new concepts by The Black Hole Group; the group is known for running halal-certified hipster eateries such as [working title], The Mad Sailors, The Great Mischief and Santap. Having…

Casa Rustico – Mohammed Sultan Road

Mohammed Sultan Road is a spot that is known for slightly more upscale, European fare, with many semi-fine dining spots being situated in the neighbourhood. Casa Rustico is probably one of the slightly less pricey options to have opened along the road; the Italian establishment is being run by the same folks behind Casa Tarfuto,…

Halcyon & Crane – Paragon

Opening yet another concept at Paragon are the folks behind Birds of a Feather, a bistro known for serving Sichuan-inspired contemporary plates at Amoy Street. Despite carrying a similar concept and theme towards their food, Birds of a Feather and Halcyon & Crane are essentially two different entities with two entirely different characters. Located on…