Despite the current two pax dine-in restrictions, which will be implemented until November 21 (hopefully it ends there), the F&B industry is still going strong, with more eateries opening up each month. This November, we see various establishments opening, each introducing new and innovative concepts.
If you are looking for a change in pace or palate, why not try out these new eateries this month? Who knows, you might just find a new favourite.
Whether you are looking for a cup of coffee or a pint of beer, Good Intentions has got you covered. Here, look forward to an extensive drink menu, offering coffee and tipples — have a cup of joe, or opt for a margarita. On top of a variety of drink options, diners can savour classic comfort food, including bangers & mash, tater tots, and fish and chips.
Address: 45 East Coast Rd, Singapore 428765
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10am to 10:30pm
Decked in flowers and baby pink furniture is Q Classified, a pink floral fantasy-themed cafe located in Takashimaya. This whimsical cafe boasts a comprehensive menu, offering dishes such as Dutch baby pancakes, a beef sandwich, and crab cakes. Its menu also offers dishes with Asian influences — look out for its signature soft-shell crab rojak fruit salad and maestro-crackling pork belly. Diners can also pair their meals with a sinfully delicious freak shake.
Address: 391 Orchard Road 03-15 Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City, 238872
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10am to 10pm
Contact: 6235 8812
Cheesecake lovers can rejoice at this new cheesecake specialty cafe. Known for its Basque-burnt cheesecakes, this dessert spot offers an extensive list of cheesecakes to choose from. Opt for its signature Olivia burnt cheesecake, featuring Valdeon cheese (Spanish blue cheese) on an almond tart. Its unique choice of cheese provides each slice with a hint of savouriness. To top it off, this cheesecake is torched to give it a smokey, caramelised touch.
Another noteworthy selection is its American cheesecake macaron, featuring orange and yuzu compote, almond sponge, and piped New York cheesecake sandwich between bright yellow macaron shells. This unique treat is crumbly on the outside, while moist on the inside, featuring various complex textures and flavours.
Address: 41 Kreta Ayer, Singapore 089003
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday from 11am to 7pm; Closed on Sundays
Contact: 6223 1165
Feast on American grub at this American-themed diner. Decked in old school American decor, this diner brings a touch of the USA to Singapore. Highlights include its country fried chicken and mash, rosti, and all-star platter. Try its Jane Hopper, a hearty meal featuring half a waffle, eggs, potatoes, bacon, and beef patties. If you are a fan of the sweet-salty combo, drizzle this dish off with some maple syrup.
Address: 17a Lor Liput, Singapore 277731
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10:15am to 10pm
Contact: 8292 9478
Translating to beef in French, it’s no surprise this modern bistro offers all things beef — including a wide selection of breeds, cuts, preparation methods, and flavours. Here, meat-lovers will definitely satisfy their carnivorous cravings. Start off your meal with a cured board or tartare, before delving into its mains. Look forward to its signatures, such as bone marrow, charcoal grilled Asada ribeye, and cinnamon infused New Zealand short ribs.
Address: 159 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068614
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 12pm to 2pm and 6pm to 10pm; Closed on Mondays and Sundays
Contact: 8950 5975