New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: June 2019

New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: June 2019

Burpple's guide to 9 hot new cafes, restaurants and bars in June. From melty burnt cheesecake, savoury pintxos with Txakoli and spicy Sichuan noodles — sweet or savoury, we've got all your cravings covered.
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Calling all westies! Assemble the squad for brunch at this quaint cafe a stone's throw from Pasir Panjang MRT. Come for their Burnt Cheesecake ($7.50) which is light and moist without being cloying at all, one piece isn't going to be enough once you get a taste of the semi-charred crust and melted cheesy goodness oozing out. If you're still hungry, get the Mexican-Korean-fusion Gochujang Chicken Thigh ($16) that is glazed in spicy Gochujang and served with sides of thick-cut fries, kimchi 'salsa' and guacamole.
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Hidden deep in Far East Square is a luxurious two-floor restaurant that serves excellent Teochew cuisine. For starters, try the Deep Fried Home-made ‘Puning’ Beancurd ($12) that is simply amazing when doused in their tart plum sauce. Order their super comforting Geoduck Clam Blanched with Superior Broth ($16.80/100g) to share. Picture fresh seafood soaked in thick and milky broth. End the night off with a bowl of Teochew Tau Suan with Gingko Nuts ($5.20/each) accented with orange peel for a sure-to-please citrusy sweet dessert!
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Grab your colleagues and pop by this cafe that is just a short walk from Tai Seng MRT. Must-tries include their well-seasoned Mushroom Aglio Olio ($14.80) and the tender yet crisp Louisiana Grilled Chicken Rice ($12.80) served with brown rice seasoned in nutty-sweet sauce. Pro-tip: drop by for lunch because all mains come with a tea or coffee.
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Get your sugar fix sorted with these icy Taiwanese beverages that are well-worth the 30-minute wait. Opt for their signature Dong Ding Oolong Fresh Milk Tea ($4.70) for strong tea flavour. It comes without toppings but you have the option to add some for just $1 each. Otherwise, go for their rave-worthy Fresh Milk With Brown Sugar Bubble ($5) that is literally happiness in a cup.
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Opened by the same guys behind The Affogato Bar at Cluny Court, this new dessert and coffee bar its snazzy younger sibling. The rich and intense Trilogy ($16) sees 70% dark chocolate sorbet, caramel blanc and dark cocoa, served with a double shot of espresso— for cocoa fanatics only. For local flavours, go for the unique Coco Black ($17) that combines a shot of espresso with coconut ice cream, pulut hitam and fragrant kaya bread pudding. Pair your desserts with a cup of hot Dark Mocha ($5.50) that is smooth and deliciously bittersweet.
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Basque (an area north of Spain and south of France) cuisine is a must-try for all foodies. Head to this romantic spot set in lush greenery, far from the hustle and bustle of town. Begin your meal with the savoury-sweet Idiazábal Con Membrillo Y Nueces ($5.90) —creamy cheese, quince jam and walnuts on bread. Try their Txangurro a la Donostiarra ($14 for 2 pax) for delightfully gratinated crab served in its shell. It pairs excellently with the refreshing Tinto De Pintxos ($18), the Basque equivalent of Sangria. Another must-try is the Spanish omelette, Tortilla de Patatas ($4.90) that is a buttery, warm and an authentic taste of Basque cuisine.
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Evolving from its predescessor Cheek by Jowl, pop by this younger, funkier spot for modern Australian fare. Start with their excellent Waffle with Chicken Liver Parfait ($6) and their cold Smoked Tomato Granita ($6) for mouthfuls of umami and briny fresh oyster. Then go for the classic yet kicky Burrata ($22) with tomatoes and fermented green chilli. Next, the Spanish Mackerel ($32) with crispy skin and herb-y zucchini is always a foolproof option. Get the friendly wait staff to recommend wines by the glass to accompany your meal.
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File this Amoy Street eatery away for a rainy day. Choose your broth: red (spicy beef broth), white (peppery chicken broth) or mixed. Their Signature Braised Pig Intestines Noodles ($13.50) stars hand-made noodles and chewy innards that is best paired with spicy red broth. Also good is the addictive King Prawns with Vine Pepper ($15.50) that is best accompanied by the numbing white broth. For sides have the simple yet delicious Braised Eggplant ($4.50) drenched in spicy and slightly charred green pepper sauce. Pro-tip: Add pickled vegetables to your noodles for extra oomph.
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Hailing from Osaka is this long-awaited Japanese soufflé pancake cafe. For a melt-in-your-mouth dessert, try their light and wobbly Premium Pancakes ($17.90) that is served with special homemade whipped cream and unsalted butter. If savoury treats are up your alley, go for the denser Chilli Bean Pancakes ($18.90) that has minced beef, chicken sausage, cheese and a side of salad.
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