Top 10 Places for Newly Opened

Top 10 places for Newly Opened

Latest Reviews for Newly Opened

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Newly Opened

At $5 per XLB. This must be one of the highest price of XLB I’ve ever eaten I think. But trust me, it’s totally worth the money. The flavours were just heavenly.

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Location: Haikee Brothers, Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road, #02-39, Singapore 059413
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We decided to go Ala Carte with dishes that appealed instead of their set lunch, and was glad that we did so.
The fried prawn fritters with chilli crab dip was just great. Big jumbo prawns in crispy batter and the dip that was spectacular. The wok fried Angus short ribs in garlic chilli and sea salt were succulent and good.
The JQ’s signature live Maine lobster fried Hokkien mee would be a must for the first visit. Flavours were on point and the lobster had definitely elevated the dish to a new level.
We also tried the foie gras Xiao Long Bao which was tasty and comparable to those at DTF.
Food was absolutely delightful although there might be room for improvement in the efficiency of their services. Probably still working out the grooves after opening.


They serve KUROZU (Japanese Black Vinegar) infused desserts and drinks!
The KUROZO (Japanese Black Vinegar) can Relieves stress and body fatigue by breaking down lactic acids. Best is it can also Breaks Down Fat and Lowers Cholesterol! Haha I need lots of this! ==============================
They serve their refreshing kurozu-infused drinks like Brewed Tea, Ice Blended Smoothie. They also served Baked Donuts (4 flavours Original, Matcha, Chocolate and Sweet Potato) as well as Soft-Serve ice cream (genmaicha or kuromitsu).
I especially like the original donut as it is not too sweet or oily. Their Mango Smoothie is very tropical refreshing! If you prefer an stronger kick of KUROZO, you can try Apple Organic!
Stay tune for my full review
Currently, there are 3 Bundles for you to try out both their donut and drink.
1 original Donut and 1 Hot Original kurozu
8 to 10am: $2.90
After 10am: $3.90
1 Original Donut and 1 Fruit Kurozu
1 Original Donut and 1 Regular Cold Tea beverage
📍12 Gopeng Street 01-23
📍Icon Village
📍Singapore 078877 🕛Opening hours:
🕛Mon – Fri: 8AM – 8PM
🕛Sat: 8AM – 6PM
🕛Closed on: Sun, PH
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A combination of diff ingredients and most impt to add the pork belly. It’s nicely glazed and roasted. Rating: 8/10

The portion is very little understandably given the price. If not for the added mushrooms, chicken breast and one more scrambled egg, the dish would be too unsubstantial... #magiccoffee was very normal and #matchalatte was too sweet. The #matcha #adzukibean cake was too sweet for my liking too. Hmm.. might give this a miss from now on..

And when it did, it came beautifully plated and encased within glass dome filled with the kind of smoke you get with dry ice, though i didn't quite manage to snap a photo of that as the waiter did the deed for us way too fast oops 🤦🏻‍♀️ The dish was adorned with sprinkles of quinoa which we found interesting because they seemed to have been somewhat roasted(?) to give a crunchy texture and an earthy taste similar to roasted sesame seeds.

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My expectation for chicken cutlet & Spicy sauce is pretty high & this surprised me. I had the spicy chicken cutlet that came with cheese, pickle, chopped cabbage, chilli & mustard sauce.

Chicken cutlet were juicy & tender like mcspicy! It’s huge & filling since it was double chicken (like a double mcspicy) but I loved it so much that I ordered another one to try!! Had the beef bulgalbi that came with a beef rib patty, omelette egg, pickles, shredded cabbage & a special savoury-sweet sauce which was abit too sweet for me. I gave my honest feedback to them on how to improve it & was told sauces were all flown in directly from Korea & they will informed them. I haven’t tried the one in Korea so I can’t compare but I think we Singaporeans like savoury food more? Or both?
📍 : @isaactoastsingapore
Plaza Singapura #B2-42.

They got great merchandise such as metal straws and bring your own container for liquid detergents and dish washing liquids. Love the environmental causes and the shop for bringing awareness to recycling. The cafe section of the social space has organic healthy servings such as smoothie bowls, turmeric latte. Such an inspiring place.

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Those big and voluptuous oysters may be appealing to some, I find these relatively smaller local breed much appetizing with a balance of firm meat and less brinier taste.
Find out more at

The Guild
55 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089158
Tel: +65 62241262
Nearest MRT: Outram Park (EW Line, NE Line)

Opening Hours:
Wed-Sun: 5pm - 12midnight
(Closed on Mon-Tue)

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I had this chirashi earlier this week, and somehow it tastes even better than when I first tried this in February 2018.

There are various on-going menu promotions at Sumo-Ya, including an irresistible 1-for-1 promotion for this chirashi until 19 July 2018, so don’t say bojio.

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Chilli pan mee- the sudden craze these few months! Yet another Pan mee place has opened up in Singapore! Originated from all, they finally opened up a store at 22 China Street, Raffles Place.
We tried their signature Chilli Pan mee ($7.80) which came highly recommended by the waitress. The ingredients were pretty generous! What caught our hearts were the dried shallots as it added crunch to the noodles. There was also ikan billis, a runny egg and mince meat at the side. Obviously the best part was the free flow of chilli at every table.
While we loved the ingredients, we thought the noodles were a little over cooked. What’s your take on this? Any favourite chilli pan mee stalls in Singapore you will recommend?

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