Recommended lists for Newly Opened

Recommended lists of Newly Opened in Singapore
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: September 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: September 2017 What a delicious September this is shaping out to be. With a good mix of new eateries to get excited over, we can't wait for you to eat your way through this week's Newly Opened guide, be it farm-fresh seafood in Haji Lane (with a bespoke cocktail perhaps!), tasty Asian-fusion plates in one-north or spot-on ice cream in Sembawang. Hope you're hungry!
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: August 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: August 2017 Watching the unending stream of new openings, we are quite ready to eat our way through August and possibly into September, and we hope you are too! Rock up to Keong Saik, home to several new joints, and ready your appetite for smokin' Szechuan yakitori, Asian-inspired grills and comforting bistro lunch plates. Away from Chinatown, there's yummy zi char with a twist in Alexandra, Michelin-starred kushikatsu in Oden Towers and wagyu roast beef donburi in Amoy Street Food Centre, and more. We hope you're hungry!
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: July 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: July 2017 Almost a month in and the slew of new restaurant openings shows no sign of slowing down, so get your appetites ready! From the much anticipated Southern fried chicken to truly decadent chocolate tasting platters and late-night coffeeshop mookata, here are plenty more delicious reasons to dine out.
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: June 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: June 2017 One of the wondrous things about living in a foodie city is the never-ending slew of new eats to try. This month, we've got our eyes on luxurious wagyu beef rice bowls in the CBD, freshly baked sourdough loaves and tartines in Bedok Marketplace and a really unique kopi susu from this new bakery on the Keong Saik circuit. We've also sussed out a value-for-money Ramadan special deal at this Muslim-owned cafe, perfect for breaking fast!

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Latest Reviews for Newly Opened

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Wanted to order the Chicken Wings but ended up getting these from Thumshop at the new Yishun Park Hawker Centre — while the chunks of chicken could have been more juicy, I was actually intrigued by how the exterior was being rather well-crusted yet carries a light hint of lemongrass for its finish. Not bad as a snack to be shared across the table.

It's been quite some time since I have actually went for Fishball Noodles at Fishball Story (the previous time being for the collaboration with The Masses) — pretty glad that there is one at the North now with the new branch at Yishun Park Hawker Centre.

The Premium Fishball Noodles come with all the goodies; fish skin, fishcake, fish dumplings, fried dumpling and fishballs — all the handmade goodies that they are known for. Noodles were springy, while laced with a sauce that was pretty balanced in terms of saltiness and spiciness (you can opt out of chili if you wish) and not too vinegary. The fishballs and fishcakes were springy with a bit of bite; doesn't carry that aftertaste that the mass-produced ones often do and carries a more pronounced flavour of the fish meat used. The fish dumpling were also not too overwhelming in flavour; savoury to the right degree. Quite glad to have one relatively close by to go to!

Heard and sampled this on Burpple for quite some time, but never got the chance to try it until now (Damn Golden Mile for having too many good food). The burger patty was soft and just melts with easy as you eat. I love the toasted buns, really makes the whole burger experience better. The burger ranges from $4.80-$5.50 depending on the burger selected and comes with fries. However if you want to upgrade the fries, just top up the difference.

It's actually quite delicious. The soup takes away the greasiness of the fried items. #burpple #tingzieeats #throwback


If not in the mood for ice cream, this tray of goodies is the perfect accompaniment to your cup of coffee (from $4) or the Signature Chocolate ($7/$8 for hot/cold). Out of the four (mini macarons, chocolate tartlet, s’more and trifle), I enjoyed the tartlet the most, with its thin crust enveloping the rich, indulgent chocolate goodness!

Salted egg fish & chips ($12.90), mentaiko lobster pasta ($16.90), crispy chicken burger & fries (tbc).

Comes with a generous serving of fries! :p

I like how this allows you to sample three different intensities (64% Madagascar, 70% Dominican Republic and 72% Venezuela) at one go. The scoops are relatively smaller than in The Chocolate Rhapsody, and is therefore more manageable overall. Will probably stick with this the next time I come back.

If you’re coming here with at least two sweet-toothed friends, get this to share. This is perfect for those who like different types of chocolate since you get (massive) scoops of dark, milk and white chocolate ice cream, along with other chocolatey elements (think “soil”, mousse, meringue and tuile).

If you’re more into dark chocolate, I'd say go for the single dark origin platter instead.