Recommended lists for Newly Opened

Recommended lists of Newly Opened in Singapore
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: April 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: April 2017 The slew of new openings every month means new hangout spots for you and your friends! We've sussed out a ramen-ya with a unique prawn and pork broth in the CBD, a halal-friendly burger joint along Bali Lane that opens till 11pm daily for the night-time munchies, and the prettiest of places that serves quality dishes without breaking the bank! If you haven't gone out for a good meal in a long time, this is the month to do so. Ready, get set, eat!
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: March 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: March 2017 It's the end of the month and we've got fresh destinations to inspire your next meal out. Get your hands on woodfired breads in the East, unbelievably value-for-money burger lunch specials in Bugis (with half a pint of beer for under $20) and Nagoya-style ramen along Boat Quay!
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: February 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: February 2017 Tuck into comforting beef porridge in Bugis, catching up with your girlfriends over unique poke bowls in Keong Saik or celebrating TGIF over excellent Japanese whiskeys and skewers in Tanjong Pagar, we've tried and tested all these places to guarantee you'll have a great dining experience no matter the occasion. Let the feasting begin!
New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: January 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: January 2017 Get your tummy ready for some stellar Nanjing dishes in Plaza Singapura, amazing bakes in Serene Centre and affordable ramen to-go in Marina Bay Sands. Also, find out where to go for a garden-themed tea break with the colleagues in the CBD in this Newly Opened update — 10 more places added for 10 new dining experiences!

Top 10 Places for Newly Opened

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Latest Reviews for Newly Opened

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Newly Opened
Simple fare but large on flavour - the combination of Multigrain Sourdough ($3.90) and Kombu Butter ($2) caught my eye from their menu (especially after trying out the uber stella Kombu Butter from @lollasg).

Their kombu Butter was not disappointing at all, oh the sweet and umami-ness of it and it paired very well with their Sourdough which I love the texture (not overly crunchy) but could do with alittle more sourness. I definitely wouldn't mind starting my day with a plate of this simple delights 🤤

By one-half of the brains behind Saveur.

Some hits and misses at The Masses, but decent enough, with the same concept of restaurant-quality food at relatively more affordable prices.

For starters, go for The Egg ($9), smooth steamed egg topped with a generous mountain of ikura, tobiko and homemade potato chips - so keep the photo-taking to a minimal or the chips turn soggy. I liked how it was a party of textures and flavours with that salty burst. Available in hot or cold version.
Having read reviews and seen that impressive pasta twirl topped generously with caviar and crabmeat we knew we had to try it. Decent, but flavours of the sauce and crabmeat with the cold angel hair pasta was light and didn't quite stand out.
For mains, we wanted a little land, sea, air whatever so Fish & Chips ($14.90) it was - and well, skip it - it was sadly bland, flakey, crabmeat gremolata did little to help + chips tasted like they were the frozen kind. Hoping it's just a bad day but anyhoo, go instead for our unanimous favourite, the Duroc Pork Loin ($15)! Incredibly tender, juicy; a good proportion of lean meat and fattiness, creamy scrambled egg with a subtle hint of truffle aroma, served with chicharron (wasn't a fan of it here) plum, and Brussel sprouts.
Cos' if it ain't broke don't fix it; for a fail-proof tried-and-tested option, get the duck leg confit ($12.90). Like Saveur's with crisp skin and tender flesh, but with croquette instead of that lovely mash. Served with candied orange and foie gras sauce.

The Egg

Comes with hot and cold version, this hot steamed egg tasted quite similar to chawanmushi, that was soft and smooth on the palate, added with beurre noisette to enhance its taste!

It comes topped with full of ikura and tobiko that provides a burst of flavours, while the homemade potato chips were slightly crispy and pretty pleasant to have, not turning soggy easily.

Chicken Collagen Veloute [$8]

The Masses take on contemporary happy food.
Fresh clams cooked in chicken soup to give an additional hint of seafood freshness in the luscious broth.
Packed with collagen and would probably makes my skin goes smoother.

Delicious pan-seared Otah Siew Mai.

I can easily have a few of these on my own!
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Bistro November - Chef's Selection/Omakase - 5th Course : Mutton, Salted Plum, Chamomile (💵S$18) 🍴
Raw Mutton with Foie Gras with Salted Plum, that is topped with shaved macadamia nuts.

(Yes it's shaved macadamia nuts, not cheese taste it & one will know why) 😋
Pair it with the given veg that's sprinkled with cranberry powder for the umami "OMG that's good?! Wait what?! Raw Mutton with hints of Foie Gras?!" Yes, calm down fam. 🏵

ACAMASTIPS💮: Out of all the courses, this stood out to me. It doesn't have the Mutton smell that many feared & it's simply sublime. 🖖🏻

Always a soft spot for pretty dessert!

The newly opened @dear.nesuto along Tras Street offers many many gorgeous pastries that me and @the_xw took a long while to decide what to get.
Pretty in pink would be the Blush Berry ($9) - interesting dessert to have as it feels like an egg with a pink white chocolate shell with wobbly Greek yoghurt mousse within! Encased within was raspberry compote and a vanilla rice puff giving it a nice texture. Their desserts were light yet well balanced! This is well paired with Dong Ding (Oolong base Tea) recommended in their menu.

Niku meshi S$6

Diced roasted pork on rice served with onion sauce.

Was recommended to try this by the lady at the self-service ticket order machine. They blowtorch the pork cubes and assemble the dish in front of you. Whilst the onion sauce was something I enjoyed (but just because I love onions), it was honestly not fantastic. 😑

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Today's tea time: It's all about Hojicha with extra Warabi mochi on top ☺️😋

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