Situated along the Singapore River at Robertson Quay is newly re-opened Verre Modern Bistro and Wine Bar. Previously a wine bar (Verre means French for ‘glass’), this cosy space is now making a comeback as a full-fledged restaurant with consultant Chef Masashi Horiuchi (of Shelter in the Woods) at the helm. This 70-seater restaurant sits in a 70-year-old warehouse that comes complete with lovely alfresco seating for a riverfront view, a lofty interior, and even a walk-in glass wine tower cellar! Perfect for a date or a cosy night out with a couple of your best friends, start with the Tarte Flambée Forest ($22), a thin-crust pizza with mushrooms, Gruyere cheese, egg yolk and caramelised onions. Go for the recommended pairing, a lovely glass of aromatic wine with a fruity finish ($18). All items on the menu come with a recommended wine pairing, which are usually spot on. If you have a preference, however, choose from their extensive list of 750 labels, or ask their in-house sommelier for advice. Also dig into the piping hot Seafood Papillote ($30) packed with juicy tiger prawns, clams and octopus. Be sure to soak up all the seafood broth with your toasted dill bread! Don't miss the perfectly executed Lamb Chop with Moroccan Couscous and Mint Sauce ($46), and wash it down with a glass of velvet smooth Gevrey Chambertin ($38), it's a match made in heaven. End your meal with the classic Apple Mille-Feuille ($16) for that sweet bite!