10 New Restaurants & Cafés In March 2019

March Restaurants And Cafes

New places continue to excite our palates and although café hoppers may be expressing some boredom with the food scene but maybe this March’s openings will perk some of you up.

This month, we’ve got African-themed cafés, intricately made-to-order pastries, and London’s famous Flat Iron Steaks that wow us. Here’s our compilation of new cafés and restaurants to drop by this March!

Duckland Group Shot


To all duck aficionados, prepare your stomachs for Duckland which prides themselves on using ducks from Silver Hill Farm in Ireland —the ‘wagyu’ breed of ducks. Expect duck meat here to be especially succulent, tender and robust. A must-get is their signature Roast Irish Duck (S$28 for half, S$50 for whole) that melts in your mouth with a range of dips. Their Duck Confit & Waffle (S$20), Black Pepper Duck Pie and Tomato-Pineapple Duck Pie (S$6 each) won’t disappoint.
United Square Shopping Mall
101 Thomson Road
Singapore 307591
Tel: +65 6259 5668
Daily: 11am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Novena
Eleven Strands

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Eleven Strands is the latest Italian and French dining concept in Serangoon launched by the team behind South Union Park. They’ve revitalised the defunct space left behind by Kombi Rocks Diner with nautical-inspired décor and golden molecular chandeliers. With 13 options of pasta, they’re no doubt doing what they’re good at. Choose anything from garlicky Bacon Aglio Olio (S$19) to tomato-based Beef Bolognese (S$21). White Crabmeat Pasta, Short Rib Pasta, and weekend-only brunch, Smoked Salmon & Avocado, are some of their features.

Eleven Strands
66 Yio Chu Kang Road
Singapore 545568
Tel: +65 9487 1398
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 11.30pm
Sun: 12pm to 10pm
(Closed on Mondays)
Nearest Station: Serangoon
Kafe Utu
Kafe Utu is Singapore’s first African-themed café and owner Kurt Wagner brought with him East And West African mains and desserts. That would include Utu Plate (S$18) for starters, Swahili Fish Curry (S$29) for mains, and Mandazi (S$8) for that sweet tooth. If you prefer something safer and more familiar, get yourselves brunch with Ricotta Hotcakes (S$23) or some Curried Avocado with Raw garlic and Toast (S$16).
Kafe Utu
12 Jiak Chuan Rd
Singapore 089265
Tel: +65 6996 3937
Tue to Thu: 8am – 5pm, 6pm – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 8am – 5pm, 6pm – 1am
Sun: 8am – 5pm
(Closed on Mondays)
Nearest Station: Outram Park


Kebun Tea Bar

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Swing by Kebun Specialty Tea Latte Bar for a spot of vegan latte which is Singapore’s first. Their Signature Cashew Mylk is tempting with whole cashews ground and made with non-dairy mylk which is not ordinary milk. Other featured menu items include Kebun’s Earl Grey Latter (S$5) Royal Thai Latte (S$5), Seoul Misugaru Latter (S$5.50), and Violet Sweet Potato Latte (S$5.50).
Kebun: Specialty Tea Latte Bar
Blk 531 Upper Cross Street #01-41
Singapore 050531
Tel: +65 9009 8375
Mon to Sat: 10am – 7pm
(Closed on Sundays)
Nearest Station: Chinatown
Lee's Confectionery

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Deep in Jurong East, Lee’s Confectionery is a spot in the heartlands that introduces French haute pastry to the West. This patisserie is named after Lee Yin Quan who assembles his elegant creations upon order. Jiao (S$8) is like a traditional banana cake upgraded to a pretty pastry. It’s made of banana sponge, banana compote, and creamy mascarpone on a base of cinnamon oat crumble. For a twist to your Singaporean breakfast, Puff (S$7) is an earl grey-infused kaya clasped between pastry puffs.
Lee’s Confectionery
343 Jurong East Street 31, #01-59
Singapore 600343
Tel: +65 9183 8447
Mon to Fri: 12am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 11am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Chinese Garden

Little Oasis

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For fresh bakes and healthy nosh, Little Oasis is a cosy refuge in Everton Park for some calm respite away from roads nearby. The café began as an online home bakery called The Little Wooden Table which uses less sugar and natural flavouring and offers craft-your-own cakes. They specialise in chiffon and pound cakes so try their Banana Yoghurt Loaf (S$4.50), Lemon Drizzle Cake (S$6.50), and Early Grey Lavender Chiffon Cake (S$2.50) to name a few. There’s healthy soba, bagels, waffles, and salads too.
Little Oasis
Blk 3 Everton Park #01-79
Singapore 080003
Tue to Sun: 9am to 5pm
(Closed on Mondays, 2nd and 4th Sunday)
Nearest Station: Outram Park
Micro Bakery & Kitchen

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If you’re on the hunt for artisanal bakeries, Micro Bakery & Kitchen is a new spot that took over The Bakery By Woodlands Sourdough at Bukit Timah. The previous partner of previous owners Chalith and Nur has continued the business with little change to the philosophy of making small batches of handmade bread. Most customers might not even have noticed the difference. Get sandwiches like Grilled 3-cheese with Seuerkraut or House Ricotta, both at S$12, and check out their board for fresh bakes of the day.
Micro Bakery & Kitchen
Serene Centre 10 Jalan Serene #01-05
Singapore 258748
Wed to Sun: 8.30am – 5pm
(Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)
Nearest Station: Botanic Gardens


The Feather Blade

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For eight weekends straight across March and April 2019, The Feather Blade will bring you odd cuts executed perfectly, closely resembling that of London’s renowned £10 Flat Iron Steaks to Singapore. You’ll find these guys at Zui Hong Lou on Club Street. Get a cut known as the flavourful flat iron, aka the feather blade, which is the shoulder blade of the cattle. At S$21++ for 200 grams, it’s very good value. This pop-up concept is inspired by chef and founder, Sheen Jet Leong, who worked at Soho’s Flat Iron steakhouse in London for a time.
The Feather Blade
90 Club Street
Singapore 069458
Pop-up house: Sat to Sun: 5.30pm – 1am
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer
Voyage Patisserie

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You’ll find Voyage Patisserie hidden snugly in a stretch of shophouses along Outram Road with zi char and steamboat restaurants for neighbours. Chef Jonathan officially opened their doors on 22 February with Cynthia (S$9) as their signature cake. It’s named after his girlfriend and the sweet story behind it is that it’s the first “rose” he gave to her. Try their gorgeous Flor de Passion or Louis XV for some bitter cocoa. If you get a surge of cake cravings at night, Voyage Patisseries opens till midnight from Fridays to Sundays.
Voyage Patisserie
249 Outram Road
Singapore 169048
Tel: +65 6223 2490
Tue to Thu: 10am – 10pm
Fri to Sun: 10am – 12pm
(Closed on Mondays)
Nearest Station: Outram Park
Wild Wood Cafe

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Wild Wood Café is an under-the-radar bistro-stye café tucked away in Yishun’s Wisteria Mall where Poco Loco is located. You’ll find the usual café items like Classic Breakfast Set (S$11.80), French Toast (S$8.80), Turkey Bacon Aglio Olio (S$11.80), and Wild Chicken Carbonara (S$10.80). Expect all-day breakfast sets, savoury waffles, pasta, and burgers here.
Wild Wood Café
598 Yishun Ring Road
#01-51/52 Wisteria Mall
Singapore 768698
Mon to Fri: 10am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 8am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Khatib