10 NEW Restaurants Singapore October 2017 – Man Man Unagi, Ramen Nagi, Savourworld, Pince & Pints

10 NEW Restaurants Singapore October 2017 - Man Man Unagi, Ramen Nagi, Savourworld, Pince & Pints
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Cafes Entry > 10 NEW Cafés In Singapore October 2017

Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant – DUO
7 Fraser Street, Duo Galleria, Singapore 189356
(Opening 10th October 2017)

Opening 2nd Branch At DUO Near Bugis, With New Unagi Menu
Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand listed Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant will be opening its 2nd outlet in Singapore at DUO, anticipated to be in 10th October evening.

Instead of one queue, you will get DUO queues. LOL.

Man Man also helmed by Chef Nakagawa who had been working in a Mikawa Unagi shop for more than 20 years, is known for its fresh unagi cut live in front of diners.

The Unagi supply comes solely from the Mikawa Isshiki region, famous for supplying high quality freshwater eel.

According to Chef Teppei Yamashita, the new outlet will retain some of the old favourites, and introduce a new menu.

Ramen Nagi
Suntec City Tower 2, North Wing, #01-512/513, Singapore 038989 (next to the north atrium taxi stand)
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm, Last Order at 9.30pm (Mon – Sun)

Award-Winning Ramen Chain From Tokyo Opens In Singapore
The famed Ramen Nagi Chain is opening its first outlet at Suntec City mid-October.

Founded by the Tokyo Ramen of the Year 2012 Champion, Chef Ikuta Satoshi, the Ramen Nagi chain has since expanded throughout Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia and the Philippines with 22 outlets in its native Japan and 28 overseas franchised branches.

The brand’s four signature Ramen Kings range from the traditional Butao King ($13.90) which is tonkotsu pork broth prepared the traditional method, the spicy Red King ($15.90), the Black King ($15.90) with fragrant blackened garlic and squid, and Green King ($15.90) with addition of fresh basil and olive oil.

Pince And Pints
95 East Coast Road, Singapore 428793 (across from Katong i12)
Tel: +65 6386 3988
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11pm (Mon – Fri), 11am – 11pm (Sat – Sun & PH)

Homegrown Lobster Bar With NEW Outlet At East Coast
The homegrown lobster bar and seafood restaurant will be opening their third outlet this 16th October 2017 at East Coast.

On top of its signature “cook it your way” lobsters, Pince & Pints has added two new dishes to its menu – The Lobster Burger with lobster patty in the middle, and Lobster Noodles.

Ginza Rokukakutei
331 North Bridge Road #01-04, Odeon Towers, Singapore 188720 (City Hall MRT)
Tel: +65 6266 1077
Operating Hours: 4:00pm – 11:00pm (Mon – Sun)
https://www.facebook.com/GinzaRokukakuteiSingapore

Experience Japan’s 1 Michelin Starred Kushiage From $36.50
Japan’s 1-Michelin starred restaurant Rokukakutei which specialises in Kushiage, has opened an outlet in Singapore at Odeon Towers (next to Bras Basah).

A restaurant specialising in kushikatsu — Japanese deep-fried skewers of meat, seafood and vegetables, is not that common in Singapore.

The good news: Rokukakutei has just introduced a “Kushiage Experience Set”, available everyday from 4:00pm to 8:30pm, applicable for diners who are sitting at the wine bar counter.

At only $36.50, diners can savour 5 different types of deep fried skewers, served together with a veggie bowl of fresh and boiled greens and homemade pickles. Ginza Rokukakutei (Odeon Towers)

Otoko
1187 Upper Serangoon Road, #01-20, Singapore 534785
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10pm (Wed – Mon), Closed Tue
https://www.facebook.com/OTOKO.SAN/

Japanese Curry Rice Starting From $4.60, With Customisable Toppings
“Otoko” implies a “strong man” in Japanese, and is not to be confused with Otoko Ramen at Alexandra Central.

Prices for their specialty dish with a single topping start as low as $4.60 for a plate of Curry Rice or $5.60 for a bowl of Curry Udon.

I had the Curry Rice ($4.60) with Chicken Cutlet ($2.80) and Potato Salad in Bacon Wrap (2pcs for $1.80) served in a pool of Japanese curry on a huge plate.

While I enjoyed the round, plump rice and the Japanese curry (slightly spicier than usual), the thin, crispy, golden-brown chicken cutlet was unfortunately to the dry side. Apart from the DIY Curry Rice or Udon, Otoko offers Donburi aka Rice Bowls ($9.80-14.80) and Ebi Tendon ($16.80). Otoko (Hougang Midtown)

Ohana Poke
5 Changi Business Park Central, #01-20, Changi City Point, Singapore 486038
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)
https://www.facebook.com/ohanapokesingapore/

Comforting Poke Bowl And Sushi Rolls At Changi City Point
In terms of food selection, Ohana Poke is similar to other Poke Bowl shops with their Signature Bowls ($14 – 16), with the option to customise your own Poke Bowl ($12.80).

Apart from Mahola Tuna ($14) with tuna toppings, and Make Poke ($16) with sashimi toppings which are commonly found in other Poke Bowl shops, a customisable option ($12.80) is available.

I had the Uahi Duck ($15) with smoked duck, onsen egg and black pepper sauce, which is something different from other stores in the market.

The combination is quite interesting. Thinly sliced tender duck meat and an addictive black pepper kick on soft and fluffy sushi rice.

O Chicken And Beer
52 Boat Quay Singapore 049841 (Raffles Place MRT)
Tel: +65 65326088
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3:00pm, 5:30pm – 2:00am (Mon – Sun)

Korean Fried Chicken aka Chimaek At Boat Quay
Korean fried chicken varieties served here include the Original Fried Chicken ($15.80, $28.80), Bonless Fried Chicken ($15.80, $28.80), Soy Sauce Fried Chicken ($16.80, $30.80), Carbonara Chicken ($16.80/$31.80), and spicy Yang Nyum Chicken($16.80, $30.80).

The chicken was great – crispy while partly juicy on the inside, adequately covered with addictive-sweet soy sauce but not overly drenched such that it would become soggy.

O Chicken & Beer also serves up a variety of classic Korean dishes such as Haemul Pajeon (Seafood pancake $18.80), Japchae (Stir-fried glass noodles $14.80), Jjamppong (Spicy seafood noodle soup, $16.80), and Dduk Bok Ki (Spicy Korean rice cakes soup, $14.80).

Ards
76 Duxton Road, Singapore 089535 (Tanjong Pagar MRT)
Tel: +65 6913 7258
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2:30pm (Tues – Fri), 6pm – 11pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun

New Asian Fine Dining Concept
Ards is an up-and-coming New Asian fine dining 40-seater restaurant, by chef-owner duo Ace Tan and David Lee.

An acronym for “Asia, Roots, Distinct, Singular”, there is no a la carte menu at Ards. The set menus available at Ards are:
– Lunch: “VOLANT” at either 3 courses for $48++ per person or 5 courses at $68++ per person
– Dinner:
“PIQUANT ILLUSTRATION” – 15 courses at $188++ per person
“DAWN” – 7 courses at $88++ per person
“ROOTS” – 9 courses at $128++ per person

The signature item is the Soy Bean Skewer, made of housemade soymilk tofu, topped with soy reduction, caramel and a black moss crisp, then served on a charcoal grill.

Buzz In The Woods
320 Tanglin Road Singapore 247980 (Redhill MRT, 15 min walk)
Tel: +65 81687127
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 11:00pm (Tue – Fri), 10:00am – 11:45pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Mon

Western Food And Weekend BBQ Surrounded By Lush Greenery
This new bistro and bar offers a variety western cuisine, local fare, as well as weekend BBQ brunch.

Appetisers offered included German Sausage Platter ($28), Buzz Cheese & Parma Ham Platter ($26), Baked Brie with Syrup and Thyme ($20), and Old-School Chicken Liver Parfait ($20).

As for the mains, some of the selections offered were Buzz Special Ribeye Steak ($35), Fish In The Bag ($30), Rosemary Lamb Rack ($30), Bacon Ranch Chicken ($25), Asian Salmon Steak ($25), Grilled Pork Chop ($23), Seafood Spaghetti Aglio Olio ($23) and Angel Hair Pasta with Truffle Oil ($20).

Do note that the menu is subject to changes and the restaurant is still considered relatively new. Buzz In The Woods (Phoenix Park)

Savourworld
2 Science Park Drive, Singapore 118222
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 10:00pm
(Check with individual restaurants as opening days and hours different)

Over 20 Food and Beverage Concepts
Savourworld, which is a 60,000 square feet enclave of restaurants and bars, has launched.

Food tenants include Aglio Olio, Blotto Bottles, Chinese Noodle Bar by Blue Lotus, Cha True Mue, Coffee Break, Garçons Nosh, Indochili, Kick Café, L.A.B., Licktionary, Modus, Ottoman Kebab & Grill, Ramen Atelier, SPRUCE, The Good Beer Company, Toyko Joe, and Wildfire Chicken & Burgers.

Note: Not all restaurants are opened yet.

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* Compiled by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary and Nicholas Tan @stormscape. Follow @DanielFoodDiary on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube for more food news, food videos and travel highlights.

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  1. hlw dear admin
    actually i am very interested about your every post….and i wanna test every item… how can it possible…

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