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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: August 2019

New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: August 2019

From affordable souffle pancakes to sourdough loaves from Bali and elevated steamed baos— here are 10 hot new spots for you to check out this August.
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Chef Emerson Manibo's much anticipated bakery is finally open on Havelock Road. Buy loaves to-go (seven types available daily, from $12) or stay for their Honeyed Mascarpone Posh Toast ($14) which sees a slice of sourdough of your choice toasted and slathered in honey and luscious mascarpone, and topped with crushed walnuts, bee pollen and black sea salt. After 11am, try their sandwiches. Burppler Veronica Phua recommends the Salmon Smørrebrød ($16) with smoked salmon, house-pickled cucumber and radish, sumac and crème fraiche.
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Accented in gold finishings with blush pink walls, this cute cafe is perfect for a girls' night out. Come for their deliciously soft, eggy and moist Oolong Soufflé Pancakes ($9.80). If you prefer something sweeter, the Classic soufflé pancakes ($8.80) should do the trick with honey butter, maple syrup and chantilly cream.
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Keep this quaint modern space in mind for a post-shopping meal just a short walk away from City Square. Previously known as Hustle Co., they have since expanded their drink selection to more than just craft beers — think coffee, tea and even gin & tonic options! Food-wise, get the Shakshuka ($14) for a luscious stew of soft bell peppers, tomatoes, beans, feta cheese and onsen eggs served with toasted sourdough. Alternatively, go for the Salmon Rosti ($22) that sees a salmon fillet served with dill creme fraiche and salmon roe. Psst. Be sure to check out their selection of yummy bakes from In The Brickyard!
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Take your loved one out for a relaxing afternoon tea session at this elegant spot – think gorgeous tea ware and furnishings straight out of Kinfolk. To ensure you'll enjoy your tea at its best, you'll be given an hourglass set for three minutes so you'll know when your tea is done steeping. Order the Peach Oolong Tea ($6) for a balanced blend of floral and earthy Oolong notes with a gentle peach aroma. Otherwise, kick it old school with the Wenshan Oolong Tea ($6) or the refreshing iced Hojicha ($6.50). Have your tea with a slice of Black Sesame ($8) cake or the Honey Earl Grey Hazelnut ($8).
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Grab your colleagues and come by this dessert kiosk in Suntec City. Their bestseller, Deluxe Parfait ($8.50), is a must-try with creamy matcha soft serve served with warabi mochi, azuki red bean and jelly. For something a little more savoury, opt for the crisp Matcha Red Bean Pancake ($3.50) that is best eaten hot! Pair your pancake with a Soy Matcha Latte ($6.90 for a set) for maximum pleasure.
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Make a mental note of this cosy yet snazzy joint on Hong Kong Street for your next date night. From the same guys behind Butcher Boy, expect tasty buns like the Pulled Pork Banh Mi Bao ($14) where a light and fluffy Chinese bun is packed with pulled pork, a slab of pork belly, pickles and purple slaw. Vegetarians, opt for the flavourful Chickpea Falafel Bao ($12). P.s. Complete the night with with bespoke cocktails at 28 HongKong Street just three doors down!
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From the folks behind the popular American chain restaurant, The Cheesecake Factory, comes this dessert kiosk in the basement of Raffles City. Order the Classic Cheesecake $7.90 for creamy California-style cheesecake on a crumbly graham cracker base. Otherwise, go for the decadent Godiva Double Chocolate Cheesecake ($10.90) or Reese’s Peanut Butter Cheesecake ($10.90). You can also order the cakes whole (from $89) in an assortment of flavours — Red Velvet, Wild Strawberries and Cream, Chocolate Cherry, and Mango Key Lime.
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Find this nondescript cafe on the street level of Serene Centre (they take over Fat Belly's space in the day). Go for the Brulee French Toast ($18) for fresh fruits, candied bacon and chantilly cream on sweet, eggy brioche toast. For something savoury, try the tender Beef Cheek Rendang ($22) served wiith crispy keropok and bluepea rice. Pair your meal with the bittersweet Mocha ($5.50).
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Good for lunch around the CBD is this hidden ramen spot in International Plaza. Get ready for a culinary adventure in a bowl — mix the delicious Dan-Dan Noodle ($17.90) together with Kelp Vinegar, Orange Vinegar and Spicy Vinegar served alonsgide the noodles. As you work your way through the meal, add Dashi Broth in bit by bit for extra umami flavour. Each bowl comes with chasyu, Japanese onions, minced pork and Japanese pickles. Also good is the Japanese Dashi Noodle with Ajitama ($17.90).
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Note this soft serve kiosk in the basement of Capitol Piazza down for quick midday pick-me-ups. The delicious Mango Graham (from $4.90) sees crushed graham crackers sprinkled on swirls of mango soft serve mixed with fresh sweet juicy chunks of mango. Otherwise, go with the foolproof Signature Maxi Mango (from $4.90) or the exclusive-to-Singapore Mango Coconut (from $4.90) for a refreshing tropical treat!
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The top picks, popular finds and newly opened places in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, curated by Burpple editors!

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