Specialising in the best premium Japanese wagyu that melts in your mouth, Fat Cow is a Japanese steakhouse where you can enjoy an extensive array of top-of-the-line Japanese beef.
Fans of the award-winning fine-dining Japanese restaurant will be thrilled to know that they have opened MIYOSHI by Fat Cow, a new modern dining concept at Mess Hall in Sentosa.
MIYOSHI, which translates to ‘three graces’, is an allusion to the restaurant’s roots and its concept. A culinary collaboration by Head Chef Shingo Iijima of Fat Cow and Sous Chef Nigel Loh, MIYOSHI by Fat Cow focuses on three iconic dining experiences of Japanese cuisine – ramen, teppan-kaiseki and omakase.
Popular Sando Cafe Hello Arigato has officially opened a new outlet in Everton Park neighbourhood which is known for its charming and laid-back atmosphere.
The neighbourhood is home to several specialty coffee shops and cafes—including Nylon Coffee Roasters, Glass Roasters, Folks & Stories, Dearborn Granola, Gelatolabo—which draw in both locals and tourists.
From sushi, to sashimi and ramen, Tokyo has it all. However, for those who love their desserts and pastries, there’s one place that should not be missed: Truffle Bakery.
If you love anything truffle, you must pay a visit to Truffle Bakery in Tokyo. The popular bakery has gained a huge following for two of its signature pastries infused with a rich truffle flavor that is so irresistible, you may find yourself unable to stop eating them.
Popular homegrown bakery Elijah Pies is opening its first-ever dining concept with its new cafe at Tanjong Pagar Plaza.
Established in 2014 as a takeaway shop, Elijah Pies is a specialty pie shop that is known for their famous nutella pie as well as an array of gorgeous pies. They opened a baking studio at 803 King George’s Ave in Lavender in 2021.
The new Elijah Pies cafe will be officially opening to the public on 6 May 2023. They will be giving a free box of Mini Pies (S$26.90) for the first 50 customers (who spend a minimum of S$20) on their opening day on 6 May 2023.
Established in 1989 by Michael Allpress in Auckland, New Zealand, Allpress Espresso has become a renowned specialty coffee roaster for independent cafés worldwide including Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom, and Singapore.
Allpress Espresso Singapore is opening its first pop-up cafe in Singapore at 73 Duxton Road on 2 May 2023 for 6 months.
Originating from Kyoto, Kurasu is a popular cafe that serves specialty coffee from selected roasters around Japan and Matcha Latte. It is one destination you have to stop by for a morning pick-me-up.
Kurasu has recently opened Kurasu Orchard Stand at Orchard Building opposite Orchard Cineleisure and Mandarin Gallery. It aims to bring Japanese specialty coffee into the heart of the busiest shopping district in Singapore.
Whether you are in the mood for a hearty and comforting meal or a relaxing afternoon tea over yummy dessert and a cup of aromatic coffee, The Marmalade Pantry has lots of options and you are always guaranteed to have a great time here.
Founded in 1999, homegrown bistro The Marmalade Pantry has firmly established itself as one of the best lifestyle restaurants in Singapore.
Good news for the folks staying in the west of Singapore, The Marmalade Pantry is opening a new outlet at Anchorpoint Shopping Centre and it is scheduled to open its doors to customers on 7 May 2023.
The restaurant offers a combination of the classic dishes that The Marmalade Pantry is known for, as well as exclusive menu items that are only available at the new outlet.
Located in Ginza, Gyu-an is a hole-in-the-wall steak restaurant in Tokyo which is known for affordable Kobe beef, with their set lunches starting from ¥1,000.