Snag a table at the hottest new restaurants, bars and cafes in town
30 May 2016 1:07 PM
| Updated 29 Oct 2013
By inSing Editor
Image 1 of 10 | Image credits: Tamashii Robataya
BOOK A TABLE | TAMASHII ROBATAYA | Housed in the same North Canal Road building as Ritual Gym is this new robatayaki ("fireside cooking", grilled) restaurant that prides itself on serving uber fresh ingredients imported from Japan. They cook the food table-side serve them on samoji (wooden oars). We recommend the omakase (7 to 8 courses, begins at $100 for lunch and $150 for dinner). For more details on what to eat, read here.
Image 2 of 10 | Image credits: Bull & Butcher
BOOK A TABLE | BULL AND BUTCHER | This is a contemporary steakhouse at Plaza Singapura, outfitted with cowhide upholstery and high tables inspired by butcher blocks. The restaurant boasts both an al fresco and an indoor area, and serves up Australian and US steaks ($26 to $75) of various cuts, with a variety of sides. We liked our meal here. A piece of advice: come hungry.
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