Restaurants to try this week in Singapore (July 3/2021 Edition)

Tired of eating at the same places or looking for the newest restaurant openings in Singapore? Dining out this week doesn’t have to be stressful; there are plenty of well-aged restaurants out there, some of which you may not have gone to, some of which you may have forgotten, or some of which you may have just never heard of.

Get out of your comfort zone and try one or more of the eateries we’ve hand-picked for you this week! Here are 5 restaurant dining options to consider this week!


1. Avenue 87

Chefs Glen and Alex bring to the table well-loved Asian favourites with a unique twist combining traditional and contemporary techniques, housed within the warm, elegant environment of a 2-storey conservation shophouse. Many components are made from scratch, and the local and artisanal are emphasized. Both old and modern methods are investigated and frequently combined. The familiar flavors of their youth, as well as the dishes they like eating today, serve as the foundation for their inventiveness, with the end result delivering a sense of nostalgia and comfort to the diner.

https://avenue87.sg/


2. Opus Bar and Grill 

Opus Bar & Grill is a symphony for the senses and a contender for some of Singapore’s best steaks. Hear quality steaks and ethically sourced seafood sizzle on white-hot coals and watch the chefs deftly cook at the grill pod. Opus’ premium sharing steaks are dramatic, bone-in-showstoppers that showcase a variety of textures and flavors, serves 2 persons. Try the best-seller 1.2kg Australian Whiskey-aged Rangers Valley Wagyu Tomahawk

https://www.hiltonsingaporerestaurants.com/opus


3. Fleur De Sel

Chef Alexandre’s passion for excellent French cuisine and wine, as well as his years of experience working in some of the world’s best five-star restaurants, such as the Spoon restaurants and Alain Ducasse Au Plaza Athénée, have culminated in Fleur De Sel.

In Fleur De Sel, a beautiful and utilitarian open-concept kitchen with counter seating takes center stage. Chef Alex’s culinary actions may be observed up close from the counter seats, and diners can experience his friendly service and the feeling of being at his private table. Fleur De Sel also provides exquisite tables where guests can dine in an intimate environment while enjoying refined French cuisine and a well-curated wine list.

https://www.fleurdesel.com.sg/


4. Pistachio Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Grill

All of the products on the menu at Pistachio Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Grill have been carefully selected to provide you with not just a plate full of nutrients, but also a cultural experience. Enjoy a variety of popular Middle Eastern delicacies with a rich history of invention. Experience high-quality ingredients, allowing the natural flavors to show through.

https://www.pistachiogrill.com/


5. Summer Palace

Sophisticated Cantonese cuisine – Regent Singapore’s Summer Palace has been a Michelin one-star restaurant for three years in a row, and is recognized for its classic Cantonese delicacies and vast dim sum menu. The restaurant, which is located on the hotel’s third level, has built a stellar reputation over the course of its 39-year existence. Executive Chinese Chef Liu Ching Hai and Dim Sum Chef Leong Kwok Sing’s culinary and technical prowess are showcased in the restaurant’s set menus, which are available for lunch and evening. 

https://regentsingapore.com.sg/dining/summer-palace/

Nicholas Lin

Nick is a multi-faceted, entrepreneur, restauranteur, and luxury curator. Passionate about wine, good food, fitness and travel, Nick left his management consulting job in New York City to pursue his passions for food and started a chain of sit-down restaurants in Singapore. After exiting the F&B business in 2019, he began to explore his other passions for fine wines, luxury travel, and a healthy lifestyle. Nick obtained WSET level 2 and attends numerous wine masterclasses each year. He writes about a myriad of topics and aspires to produce films in the very near future.

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