Best new restaurants in Singapore November 2021
Where to eat and drink this month
Don't let the fact that you can still only dine out in 2's put you off visiting one of these fantastic new eateries.
Hot on the heels of his much-lauded eatery, Miznon, Israeli MasterChef judge Eyal Shani has opened his latest masterpiece, North Miznon. Chic, sleek and cool, the menu changes daily but expect much of the simple yet sensational Israeli food that put his debut Singapore restaurant on the map. We love the focaccia with tomatoes, onions and chillies and the giant octopus carpaccio with fennel.
One Fattened Calf
Singapore is having somewhat of a moment when it comes to burgers right now and this latest eatery in Fusionopolis might just be the best yet. Helmed by a husband-and-wife team, each burger is made with New Zealand premium grass-fed beef with the light and fluffy buns being baked freshly in-house. If you want something a little different try the ButterBurger which replaces the cheese with a healthy chunk of butter or you can't go wrong with the classic cheeseburger or OFC burger with charred onions, red onions, home-made pickles and in-house sauce.
Ever since the much-loved The White Rabbit closed its doors last year we have been keeping an eye on what will pop up next and now we have our answer: Claudine. While we don't know much about the menu as yet, the whispers we have heard are that you can expect sharing plates with a Japanese/fusion twist.
While we still cant travel to Manila, the next best thing has come to Singapore in the form of Manila-based restaurant Alegria. Recently opened on Teck Lim Road, their first International outpost brings their famed non-traditional Latin American fare including pork belly tacos, Peruvian Chicken skewers and pulled pork pratos.
If you are looking to push the boat out in a major way then this is the place for you. From the brains behind Lucali BYGB, think antique rugs, priceless artworks which include an original Picasso in the bathroom and hand-carved wood tables, its their range of wines that first gets your attention. Houses in 10 neon-lit wine fridges, there's a unique range of rare varieties, classics, natural and biodynamic wines whose prices range from $100 to $2,000 per bottle. In terms of food, theres a whopping 300g prime rib served with a baked potato and caviar, fresh oysters from Normandy or chicken cordon bleu.
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