Recommended lists for Newly Opened

Recommended lists of Best Newly Opened Food & Restaurants in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: December 2017 In terms of new kids on the foodie block and trending hot spots, 2017 has been a year of plenty delicious memories. This week's Newly Opened guide is our last round-up of new foodie entrants for the year. From oozy Japanese omurice and smashing avocado toasts to a Korean-style monster burger and a stellar America-meets-Indian meathouse in Little India, we've got plenty of inspiration for you to round off your year with a bang. We hope you're extra hungry!
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: November 2017 Get your tummies ready for plenty more exciting new finds this week. We checked out (yet another) acai spot in Katong, this time specialising in acai soft serve; ate our hearts out at an unassuming coffeeshop stall in Havelock that dishes out the most flavoursome zi char plates; and mopped our brows after a sweat-inducing but utterly satisfying meal at this Sichuan-style grilled fish specialist. What better way to cool down then than to join the queues for the lusciously creamy and cheesy ice cream from Japan? We hope you're hungry.
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: October 2017 Singapore's already exciting food scene is getting buzzier, and we had such fun putting together this week's newly opened guide. From a swanky steakhouse and a laidback Italian brunch spot in the new InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay to excellent coffee in Hillview and hearty brunch grub in Thomson, this week's guide is packed with delicious ideas that'll have die-hard foodies trekking across the island. Enjoy!
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: September 2017 There's always something new to try here in food-crazy Singapore, and we LOVE it! This week, we got busy sipping on stellar brews from this famous Tokyo coffee house, tucking into super saucy lu rou fan in the CBD and going gaga over durian desserts in Chinatown. We hope this Newly Opened guide makes you as hungry as it made us. Ready, set, eat!
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We couldn't finish this lol. 3 guys who asked for half the rice and yet we still couldn't finish the dessert. Their generous serving is something to behold and particularly since it's actually value for money for a seemingly atas place.

Again it's stewed to nothingness lol the chicken just breaks apart once u touch it and soon u can't differentiate between chicken drenched in gravy or blobs of thick gravy. Moreish nonetheless and quite mild

Stewed to a glorious mess such that the ingredients seems to have melded with one another. My friend couldn't differentiate between the bamboo shoots and the meat lol. Really good stew that goes well with rice

Take note this is a portion for 2. Everything is meant to be shared lol it's a very homely feeling.

Contains prawns and pork and loads of mushrooms so it's pretty damn worth it. My favourite is the black fungus. Let's just say that unlike other places, theres actually more of everything else than cabbage lol

Spicy as h*ll. Probably has the chili served with ngoh hiang mixed inside, so there's a lingering bitter kind of spicy. Ask for less chili or sth lol even with the fruitiness from the pineapples the pain lingers and really affects the meal. I finished less than half of it before giving up

Fish was ok but the sauce is rather sour and thick so it takes some getting used to. I was okay with it but I don't think everyone will enjoy it. It's not extremely strong just slightly unusual

Variety of textures lol and it's rather mild so it's more like a meaty main that you can keep going back for rather than a dish that needs to be taken with rice.

Set lunch u get a soup, a choice of meat, a choice of seafood, and a choice of veg served with rice(theres daily dessert as well)

The chili sauce is pretty potent so proceed with caution

During cny they only have this cny set lunch(at least for lunch I guess)

Very rich soup with some pork innards and other stuff. Not any worse than Ah Er's version lol (Y)

Nothing bests their recommended Spring Chicken Meal as it’s freshly fried upon order. What’s more? The meat is tender and juicy served perfectly with coleslaw and mashed potato with gravy. ❤️ #burpple
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The food at both restaurants is very good. The differences are mainly in terms of style, and you see that in décor AND service: (Although it is located in a shopping mall) Cut is more formal, while Wolfgang (located in a ‘5-star-minus’ hotel) is friendlier and more relaxed. Normally, I find the ‘standard’ piece of beef and two sides the maximum food I can gulp down in a meal. Unlike Cut, Wolfgang is open for lunch, so you have the option of having the same cuts of steak but in smaller sizes, and thus able to enjoy more of the restaurant’s offerings; in this regard , the set lunch (comprising 3 appetisers, a salad or soup, a steak, 2 sides, dessert, and coffee/tea) is extremely good value. The accompaniments are good but not exceptional; the steaks are the real thing. Our party ordered and shared the Cajun rib eye, tenderloin and petit filet mignon. They’re all very succulent and irreproachably satisfying. The wine list caters to various tastes and purses. So, Both Wolfgangs are to be commended - Mozart at two different stages of life. Unless you want a very high-end dining experience (but then, why steaks?), Wolfgang seems to be the better (and more economic) choice.

Confit mushrooms on sourdough bread makes for a wholesome hearty meal. Loved the huge plump juicy mushrooms and the hummus on the side that’s topped with sesame. This place isn’t officially opened yet so they are going on a tipping basis (cash only). Be generous because the food’s good and call to check if the kitchen’s still open (: