Archive | July, 2013

No-frills Bistrobar Third & Sixth at 36 Seah Street

With more pubs popping up all over the island, we’re saying yes to bars (conveniently) named after their address. Located at 36 Seah Street, (hence the name) Third & Sixth was established by three friends, representing what they stand for—great food, copious amounts of alcohol (especially beers), and balls-out music from the ‘90s. A no-frills […]

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English Gastrobar The Ascot at The Grandstand

Another hidden gem—this time all the way in the West, is The Ascot at up and coming The Grandstand, home to news-making joints Omakase Burger and Oceans of Seafood. Having spent two years in the UK, 27-year-old owner Sylvester Fedor felt that Singapore didn’t have a pub that offers an authentic British experience, hence The Ascot. […]

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Modern French Fare at Shelter in the Woods

Tucked away in a corner of Greenwood Avenue, Shelter in the Woods is what one would describe as a tavern. Step into the pub and your eyes will immediately be drawn to the row of large glass jars placed above the bar—signature rums that have been macerated for two months and flavored with fruits and […]

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Steakhouse Bull & Butcher at Plaza Singapura [Closed]

When a spot is making waves despite being barely a month old, you know it’s got to be something worth checking out. Replacing half the space of what used to be Café Cartel at Plaza Singapura is casual steakhouse Bull & Butcher. Specializing in beef cuts like Wagyu tenderloin and ribeye from Australia, as well […]

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The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens Merges European & Asian Cuisine

Amid the hustle and bustle, we find solace in this charming restaurant tucked away in the lush foliage of the Ginger Garden. Named after ‘halia’, the Malay word for ginger, The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens is the flagship restaurant of The Halia Group. Adding a refreshing take to its current menu is Executive Chef […]

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