Restaurants to try this week in Singapore

Feeling bored of dining at the usual suspects or hunting down the latest restaurant openings in Singapore? Dining out this week doesn’t have to be that stressful there are plenty of well-aged restaurants out there; some which you might not have been to, some which you might have forgotten or perhaps those that you have just never heard off before.

So step out of your comfort zone and try one or a few of these restaurants that we have specially curated this week! Here’s 5 restaurant dining ideas that you may want to consider this week!

1. Grand Shanghai Restaurant

The new Grand Shanghai promises to be a sensory experience. Relive the lavishness and vibrancy of Shanghai’s stylish era in cosmopolitan Singapore, inspired by Shanghai’s golden age of the 1930s, when it was known as “The Paris of the East.” Grand Shanghai invites you to immerse yourself in a vibrant atmosphere of extravagant soirees, live bands, and authentic Shanghainese delicacies amongst a contemporary “East meets West” interior setting — distinctive art-deco elements, beautiful chandeliers, and modern oriental decor.

2. Publico Ristorante 

With an emphasis on authentic and evocative Italian flavors, Publico Ristorante delivers a tiny piece of Italy to Singapore. The award-winning restaurant & bar provides a multi-sensory culinary experience where you can eat contemporary Italian dishes stressing provenance and freshness, with furnishings designed by New York group AvroKO. This bustling Italian restaurant, located along the Singapore River, is a social hub that offers a tropical oasis away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

3. Whitegrass

Under the direction of Head Chef Takuya Yamashita, Whitegrass serves classic French cuisine with a modern Japanese touch. Whitegrass’ cuisine emphasizes the use of the freshest seasonal ingredients to create dishes that are both mindful and respectful of nature while still being gastronomically polished.

4. Meta Restaurant

Meta is a one-Michelin-star restaurant that represents the ever-changing food and beverage sector, as well as its culinary team’s evolutionary approach to the menu.  Dishes and flavor combinations are recreated at the restaurant to reflect Chef Sun Kim’s experiences. Meta creates inventive and well-balanced dishes using the greatest seasonal vegetables and ingredients from across the world, combining his Korean roots, Japanese cooking traditions, and Western culinary training.

5. Joie Restaurant

Casual Vegan – Joie (pronounced “joy”) by Dozo Restaurant, which is located on the rooftop garden of Orchard Central, offers a unique concept that focuses on modern vegan food. Mr Huang Yen Kun, the proprietor of Joie, is inspired by the new wave dining trend in Europe and Taiwan, which emphasizes on uplifting and inventive natural fare produced with the freshest vegetables, fruits, and herbs.

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