In the lush enclave of Robertson Quay lies a modern Lebanese restaurant with one mission and one mission only – to transport your tastebuds to the historical city of Beirut. And with the godfather of modern Lebanese cuisine chef Greg Malouf at the helm, expect a gastronomic experience that is boldly unique without straying far from its roots. Freshness is key in Lebanese cuisine hence foundational ingredients used are exclusively sourced from the souks in Beirut. Even the dazzling interiors and ever-evolving playlists are designed to mimic the sights and sounds of the energetic souks of Beirut.
In Singapore, hot new restaurants and cafés open on the regular and diners are spoilt for choice when it comes to picking out where to eat. While we all have an opinion of what the best restaurants and best cafes are, these fresh new dining concepts aren't going to eat themselves. Now here's a concise list that perhaps even helps you save – or splurge – a buck or two.
In this list, there is an enchanting Beirut-inspired restaurant by the godfather of modern Lebanese cuisine at Robertson Quay, a 100-seater grand brasserie by prolific Swedish chef Björn Frantzén in Victoria Concert Hall and more. Stay tuned (or save this tab) as we refresh this page every month with what's new and noteworthy in Singapore's dynamic dining scene.