RAF – Funan

The opening of Funan Mall just seemed to have added a lot of vibrancy to the City Hall neighbourhood of the late, perking up the district with a wide array of retail and dining options. With furniture shop Grafunkt moving into its new digs at Funan Mall from its former premises at Millenia Walk, Grafunkt…

Burger & Lobster – Jewel Changi Airport

Opened with much hype after the official opening of Jewel Changi Airport, Burger & Lobster is yet another spot that has attracted crowds much like Shake Shack, which we have visited sometime back on the opening weekend of Jewel Changi Airport. Located at Level 5 of Jewel Changi Airport at the Canopy Park, Burger &…

11 Hamilton – Hamilton Road

Operating as Hustle Co. previously, Hustle Co. had moved out of its former premises at Craig Road several months ago, and had moved into their new space along Hamilton Road pretty recently. Now known as 11 Hamilton, 11 Hamilton is more than just a cafe-cum-bar concept; the space now also houses an event space within…

Burger+ – Wisma Atria

With Tamago-EN taking over the former premises of Pablo Cheese Tart at NEX after its exit from the Singapore market, the outlet previously at Wisma Atria is now taken over by Burger+. Occupying the space that was previously Pablo Cheese Tart at Wisma Atria, Burger+ is a new entrant into the local F&B scene serving…

Whale Lala Cafe – The Commerz

The Commerz had recently seen a few changes in their F&B tenants of the late, with 23Jumpin‘s rebranding as One Bar Cafe and with The Oven Cafe & Bistro moving out of its premises. Taking over the former premises of now-defunct Photosynthesis Cafe, Whale Lala Cafe is a new cafe within the building that had…

Chico Loco – Amoy Street

Opened by the folks behind The Loco Group which runs Lucha Loco and Super Loco, Chico Loco is also one of the newest F&B tenants to have moved into the Amoy Street neighbourhood. Situated at Amoy Street right in between Wang Dae Bak Pocha and Claypots Full Circle, Chico Loco serves up Mexican fare; pretty…

Shake Shack – Jewel Changi Airport

Jewel Changi Airport had opened to much hype, having housed a number of notable tenants such as Pokemon Center, A&W, and Shake Shack within its premises; all of which had seen massive queues around the mall during the preview period, as well as during the opening weekend. Occupying a space that spans two levels at…

Cheeky – Neil Road

Taking over the former premises of now-defunct Botanist is yet another cafe, this time named Cheeky. The Outram Park neighbourhood had seen quite a number of cafes and bars moving out of the late, including popular names such as Botanist and Hustle Co. which have had their presence made in the scene a couple of…

BurgerLabo – Malan Road

Taking over the former premises of now-defunct Nekkid is BurgerLabo, a new concept by the folks behind The Naked Finn. Still operated by the folks who brought us The Naked Finn (as well as Nekkid), BurgerLabo is their newest concept, which places an emphasis on big meats and burgers. Utilizing the space formerly occupied by…

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…

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…

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…