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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: July 2019

New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: July 2019

From rooftop farm-restaurants to hipster coffee shops, plus two super cute ice cream spots, here are 10 more buzz-worthy restaurants, cafes and bars to get you drooling this July!
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Perfect for days when you crave something light, swing by Funan for their Yuzu Tsukemen ($15.90) that is served with a refreshing and zesty dipping sauce. Featuring springy noodles, the Yuzu Shio Ramen ($15.90) sees cha siu atop the same yummy and delicate chicken broth with tangy citrus flavours. Due to the hype of the newly opened mall, prepare to wait, or come in off-peak hours.
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Good for brunch with a friend is this tiny minimalistic Japanese bakery just a short walk away from UE square. Order the satisfying and incredibly tasty Fluffy Shokupan Sandwich ($8.50) that sees big chunks of egg mixed with creamy mayo. Simple but also yummy is the Butter Cinnamon Sugar Toast ($3.50) with crisp edges and a fluffy centre blanketed in cinnamon, butter and sugar. Grab an Almond Croissant ($5) to-go for a truly decadent tea time treat at home — it’s perfect when paired with black coffee.
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Between the unbearably hot weather and the dreaded mid-year lull, the opening of this much anticipated bubble tea chain couldn't have come at a better time. Grab your colleagues and come by for a midday pick-me-up — available at both Suntec and Funan! Standouts include their Brown Sugar Milk with Honey Pearls ($5.60), earthy Azuki Matcha Milk ($5.60) with red bean and Fresh Taro Milk (S$5.60) with mashed yam puree. Pro-tip: Keep the ice portion to 30 per cent to ensure a perfectly chilled drink with minimal dilution!
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Prepare to queue if you wish to get a taste of these famed noodles that have recently resurfaced on Foch Road. Their Wanton Mee ($5) is a combination of springy noodles soaked in a secret sweet-salty sauce, garnished with plenty of homemade chilli sauce, sliced roasted pork, vegetables. The star of the plate has to be the super addictive meaty and soft pork dumplings. For sides, order their juicy Fried Wantons ($6).
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Journey to the west for satisfying burgers made by two young hawkers in Commonwealth Crescent Food Centre. Order the Signature Beef Cheeseburger (from $6, $2 for bacon add-on) that features a juicy 120g premium beef patty sandwiched between buttery toasted buns, caramelised onions and a ton of cheese. The best part? All burgers are served with crispy fries!
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Hailing from Kyoto, this minimalistic-chic coffee shop has garnered a massive following for their ability to churn out consistent cups of high quality coffee. Queue for their % Arabica Single Origin Cafe Latte ($9) blended with creamy Meiji milk (opt to switch to soy, almond or oat milk for just $1). Otherwise, get their single origin Iced Americano ($7) if you wish to taste their beans in all its glory. Psst. Keep an eye out for their second outlet opening soon in Chip Bee Gardens.
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Replacing Jewel Cafe on Rangoon Road is this Thai restaurant that has its roots in Nonthaburi. Start off your meal with the Thai Fish Cake ($5.90) and Fried Tumeric Chicken Wings ($6.90). The star of the show is the claypot porridge featuring prawns, pork ribs, minced pork and egg. The porridge comes in a variations of flavours like Tom Yum ($8.90), Mak Kum ($8.90) which is tangy from tamarind juice and the See Ew Kao ($8.90) which is savoury-sweet from Thai Soy Sauce. You can even change the porridge to Mama instant noodles if you like!
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Note this cosy 47-seater restaurant down for quick no-brainer bites along Church Street. Helmed by a team of six Japanese sushi chefs, expect no less but quality Osakan fare — this includes having their seafood flown in fresh every day! Highlights include their fatty Tuna Nigiri ($2.99 for two), Salmon Nigiri ($3.99) and the sweet Kyoto-style Pressed Mackerel Sushi ($4.99). For those who can't make up their mind, opt for the Hanahitohira set ($28.99) that includes 10 types of sushi, chawanmushi and sides.
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