The opening of Phase 3 at the end of 2020 meant that — you know those three friends who had to sit at a separate table? — now you can invite them over and have a party of eight! Keeping in line with safe distancing measures of course, here’s your chance to explore with your family and friends, these four new eateries that have launched recently.
Not quite the new kid on the block but the formerly known AquaMarine deserves a shoutout for its refreshing revamp! Now going by the name Peppermint Restaurant, this all-day dining space offers a new farm-to-table concept presented via a tantalising a la carte buffet.
Using sustainably- and locally-sourced ingredients for their urban farm located on the terrace, guests will dine in a garden setting with offerings from a wide selection of local and international dishes, freshly prepared from the open-concept kitchen. Plant-based options are also available for the health-conscious.
A la carte buffet costs $65++ per adult and $32.50++ per child (six to 12 years old) for lunch and $88++ per adult and $44 per child (six to 12 years old) for dinner.
For more information, please call 6845-1112 or email [email protected].
Address: PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay Hotel, fourth floor
Opening hours: Breakfast 7.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m. (Daily) / Lunch 12.00 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. (Monday to Friday); 12:00pm – 3:00pm (Saturday, Sunday, Public Holiday) / Dinner 6.30 p.m. – 11.00 p.m. (Daily)
Sake Labo Singapore
Sake Labo promises to bring an exquisite sake dining experience to Singapore. Part of the Envy Hospitality Group’s string of culinary adventures, the F&B and lifestyle company has created a space that overflows with character — shelves of alcoholic bottles furnish the walls; influence from bars in Japan visible in the décor.
Serving high quality sake imported directly from Japanese breweries and delectable dishes like japas, a Japanese take on the Spanish tapas, and paella with a touch of uni, the eatery specialises in hybrid dishes and authenthic beverages. Located in central Singapore, Sake Labo is open for dinner only — a chance for a relaxing night out with friends.
Address: 29 Stanley Street, Singapore 068738
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Prairie by Craftsmen
Botanic Gardens is a place Singaporeans go to for a touch of greenery, but this new eatery allows you to stay in nature just a little longer. Built like a greenhouse and littered with plants everywhere, Prairie By Craftsmen is conveniently located 2 minutes away from Botanic Gardens MRT station and offers an alfresco dining experience and a semi-outdoor area with a sunroof.
Early risers can treat yourself to a Prairie Breakfast of pork bratwurst, fried egg, avocado salsa, bacons, kale pesto, and sourdough, while lunch- and dinner-goers can try the Duck Confit, slow-cooked with a side of sautéed mushroom, roasted potatoes, and chicken jusor. A selection of lattes are available, as well as non-caffeinate options.
Address: 501 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-05C Cluny Court, Singapore 259760
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday & Sunday 8.30 a.m. to 9.30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday and eve of PH 8.30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m.
The Kampong Glam area is packed with halal eateries, and the lane just in front of Sultan mosque has a new tenant in its midst. From a distance you can spot Bachelor Brothers — its fancy décor of blue and gold exudes an air of elegance. And beyond its aesthetic lies a menu of delightfully rich desserts and savouries, alongside chef’s specials like the Lobster mac and cheese.
With alfresco dining available, Bachelor Brothers is the place to soak in the bustling atmosphere of merriment at an area once frequented by tourists, now inhabited by locals since borders have closed. A wonderful opportunity to get-together with friends and family over a hearty meal or simply a piece of Chocolate Dome and coffee.
Address: 50 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199466
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.