Yan Chuan Roasters – Kitchener Complex

Taking over the former premises of now-defunct Porn’s Thai Boat Noodee at Kitchener Complex along French Road is Yan Chuan Roasters, the establishment’s very first dine-in concept ever since their inception. Located just a short walk away from Lavender MRT Station, Yan Chuan Roasters’ latest outpost is situated in the same complex as Oberstrasse. For…

好福气 Ho Fook Hei Soya Sauce Chicken – Great World City

The revamp of Great World City have seen new tenants move into the mall, with the likes of Tim Ho Wan, Konjiki Hototogitsu and Mavrx Coffee occupying the various shop spaces in the mall. Situated near the office lobby of Great World City within the mall area, Ho Fook Hei Soya Sauce Chicken is a…

Enjoy Eating House & Bar – Kam Leng Hotel

It is always interesting to see how new establishments seem to push local/Asian cuisine beyond its own boundaries, especially with the current wave of resto-bars that had been sprouting up across the island. Taking over the former premises of Sin Hoe Huat Cafe (or for those who are more familiar with the tenant before, which…

Ordinary Burgers – City Square Mall

Taking over the former premises of The Old Malaya Cafe at City Square Mall is Ordinary Burgers, a new kiosk with its own dine-in area by the side that specialises in burgers. Opened by the folks of the equally new The Common Heroes juice bar situated just next to them, Ordinary Burgers and The Common…

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…

Duckland – United Square

Taking over the former premises now-defunct Guan Dynasty is Duckland, a new duck-themed concept by the Tung Lok Group. Being a rather prominent name in the F&B industry in Singapore, Duckland is Tung Lok Group’s latest concept; the group also runs other names, including Dancing Crab, Lao Beijing, Lokkee, Slappy Cakes, Sushi Mieda and others…

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…

Banh Mi Thit by Star Baguette — Geylang Road

Geylang Road is almost a melting pot of cultures on its own, being a location that boasts a vibrant F&B scene; a place known for wallet-friendly eats of various forms of cuisine. Taking up the space of the ground floor of a shophouse, Banh Mi Thit by Star Baguette is a relatively new establishment in…

Yamaya 山や – Fortune Centre

It seems that there is a growing variety of Japanese establishments opening up at Fortune Centre of the late. From the same folks behind Nobu-Ya and Motsu-Ya situated in the same building, Yama-Ya is their latest concept, serving up Japanese cuisine that is pretty much unlike that of other establishments. Decked in an environment which…

Hammee’s — Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre

Hipster hawkers are seemingly the trend of the late, considering number of young hawkerpreneurs who are opening their own stalls in hawker centres, serving up a new form of cuisine rarely found in hawker centres in the past. Being a stall located in Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre, Hammee’s is pretty much unlike other…

Baristart Coffee – Tras Street

Hailing from Hokkaido, Japan, Baristart Coffee had recently opened an outpost at Tras Street in the Tanjong Pagar neighbourhood. Taking over the former premises of now-defunct May May, Baristart Coffee is a mid-sized cafe. While the shophouse had changed hands a number of times in between (once being occupied by a Korean restaurant slightly before…