Recommended lists for Newly Opened

Recommended lists of Newly Opened in Singapore
New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: January 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: January 2017 Brand new year, brand new places to dine at. Whether you're seeking a place for brunch with the family, a cool spot for date night or a pitstop for more poké bowls, we've got just what you need in this list. Start the year with a romantic dinner at a new celebrity restaurant in JW Marriott, then tuck into some seriously delicious Peranakan food in Golden Mile before enjoying an acai bowl with cookie sauce. Yes you heard that right, cookie sauce!
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: December 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: December 2016 We're counting down to the last few days of 2016 and what better way to usher in the New Year than to celebrate over good food? We've scoured the island for new openings that are worthy of your tummy space — just be prepared to eat your way through this list! Gather your colleagues for a slurping good meal in the new Japanese enclave in Tanjong Pagar, catch up with your friends over brunch and cold brews in Little India and spend some quality time with your family while tucking into excellent pizzas in Bukit Timah. Happy feasting and have a most yummy New Year!
New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: November 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: November 2016 We’re fast approaching the last month of the year and yet, the number of new openings are not showing any signs of slowing down. Whether you’re craving for tummy warming spicy Thai noodles, tasty bar bites and poke bowls by the bay or looking for a halal spot for your family to dine at, we guarantee you won’t go hungry this November. Grab your friends and get your tummy ready to eat!
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: October 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: October 2016 In a blink of an eye, half the month has passed but there are still so many places we want to dine at! Whether it's bringing your loved one out for a fun Middle Eastern brunch date, tucking into moreish grain bowls in City Hall with your friends or surprising a colleague with a box of French confections (no, it's not macarons!), we've tried and tested all these places to guarantee you'll have a great dining experience. Ready, get set, eat!

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Chinese New Year Special 12-course Set ($88++)

There are 12 very good reasons why you should indulge in the special Chinese New Year menu ($88++) by @fortbymaisonikkoku... But I could only fit 9 of them in my post 😆
Seriously, how can you say no to Smoked Goose Nigiri, a fresh Irish Oyster Baked with Cheese or freshest Otoro Sushi?
Don't you want to fill your belly with an Unagi Don, the chic-est mini "Buddha Jumps Over The Wall" and a fragrant bowl of rich Kaffir-scented Lobster Udon?
And let's not forget there's also the Truffled Tuna Maki, Whole Abalone with Miso and that fabulous finale of melt-in-the-mouth Matcha Creme Brûlée Tart!
Each course appears one after another (not unlike a Chingay procession) to ensure you welcome the Year of the Rooster most bountifully.

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Unagi Don 满地黄金 ($88++ for 12 Course Omakase).

Omakase Course 11 of 12] A large piece of unagi with a golden glow coming from its glazed layer, an apt name for this dish auspiciously named to symbolise a life full of gold (wealth).
The 12 course omakase also includes whole abalone, buddha jump over the wall, goose nigiri, and lobster udon. If you're not already full by this 11th course, the rice would fill you up, but be sure to save stomach space for the killer dessert - their matcha cream brule.
This is taken during a tasting.

Miso Abalone 招财进宝 ($88++ for 12 Course Omakase)

Omakase Course 10 of 12] I like that the abalone is firm yet soft to the bite, and can be sliced easily with the knife or teeth without feeling rubbery. The miso was a nice twist to the usual superior sauced abalone served in Chinese restaurants.
This is taken during a tasting.

Smoked Goose Nigiri 金鸸报喜 ($88++ for 12 Course Omakase)

[Omakase Course 5 of 12] There were whole abalone, lobster, otoro and fresh oysters in this 12 course omakase, but I'll start with this theatrical display of a burning goose.
The goose breast had a creamy layer of smoky fat on top, just above the perfectly pink meat, with the whole goose breast sitting on top of Japanese sushi rice making this a nigiri. Get your boomerang ready and set it on fire for an added burnt aroma.
This photo is taken during an invited tasting.

Buddha Jump Over the Wall, 吉佛献瑞 ($88++ for 12 Course Omakase)

[Omakase Course 4 of 12] This homely concoction of broth with razor clams, sea asparagus, enoki mushrooms and fish maw is flavourful. It was comforting to feel the warmth of this glide down my esophagus and into my belly.
I've checked - the broth are boiled in house, so that explains the wholesome feel of it all. It's fair not to expect premium ingredients in a typical Buddha Jump Over the Wall here since this is only 1 out of 12 courses in a $88++ menu. For the other courses, stay tuned for my photo of the whole abalone and cheese baked oyster. This was taken during an invited tasting.

Yu Sheng

This is lo-hei - individual portion. Fitting indeed for an omakase. Lo and behold the ordinary raisin here. It hides a super-strong rum punch. Little wonder after we knew it was house-soaked.

Part of the 12-course CNY omakase set ($88++) which had some really good hits. Review on the blog -

CNY Special Menu (12 Courses: $88++)

Strut into the Year of the Rooster in singular style with this individual portion of "Fatt Chai Lo Hei". It's one of twelve courses in the specially designed Chinese New Year menu ($88++) by @fortbymaisonikkoku. As it veers away from the classic, you can expect not just slices of salmon sashimi and shredded vegetables but also rum-saturated raisins and fresh ikura.
Raise that glass of plum sauce and toast to good health, good fortune and prosperity before pouring it over the choice ingredients. Then give everything a proper toss so you can be cock sure whatever you've wished for, will all come true 😄.

Finally it's Friday!

Are you ready to light up the weekend with good food and fun?
Smoked Goose Nigiri, 1 of the 12-Course CNY 发财 Omakase (S$88++ per pax) at @fortbymaisonikkoku
I'm loving the way this goose nigiri made its entrance! I feel like I'm watching a magic show!
In case you are wondering, what's burning is rosemary and not the goose. Rest assured that your goose will stay tender and moist, unaffected by the flame.
FORT by Maison Ikkoku
5 Cox Terrace, Fort Canning Arts Centre 01-02/03, S179620
Daily: 4pm till late (opened throughout Chinese New Year period)
CNY Omakase: 4 Jan'17 to 11 Feb'17
For reservations: +65 6336 0507

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