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Hot new restaurants and cafés to dine at in Singapore

New restaurants, cafés and menu updates to check out in Singapore

By Fabian Loo and Time Out Singapore editors
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Don’t let the dining out ban stop you from craving new experiences. These new restaurants and cafés that have opened recently are now offering delivery and takeout services, which means you can still check out fresh spots in the city – all while skipping the queues and enjoying it from the comforts of your home. This month, look forward to a global selection – from Barcelona's Tapas,24 to a soon-to-debut Peruvian eatery tucked away in Dempsey. 

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Canchita Peruvian Cuisine
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Canchita Peruvian Cuisine

Restaurants Peruvian Tanglin

Helmed by chef Tamara Chavez (from now-closed Ola Cocina Del Mar and Tono Cevicheria), her latest venture at Dempsey Hill will take hungry diners down to colourful Latin America. The menu comes rooted in Peruvian culture, and is best paired with specialty cocktails made from spirits sourced from the region. Snack on patacones ($14), or crispy plantain crackers, before savouring mains of chicken taco ($16) and Arroz con Mariscos ($34), or seafood with rice. 

ORDER HERE canchitaperuvianrestaurant.oddle.me/en_SG

Tapas,24
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Tapas,24

Restaurants Raffles Place

Tapas,24 is a popular Barcelona joint that has recently opened its doors at Robertson Quay. Dining in might not be allowed, but you can still enjoy its delivery and take-out menu instead. Must-orders include the signature bikini sandwich ($16), layered with black truffles, Iberia ham, and buffalo mozzarella; or the Barceloneta’s Bomba ($6) where deep-fried potato ball comes filled with pork and beef filling. Wash it all down with selected options of Spanish wines and Cava that are both going at a discount during this stay-home period. 

ORDER HERE tapas24.oddle.me/en_SG 

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Ebi Bar
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Ebi Bar

Restaurants Orchard

Prawn mee is given a modern makeover at the newly opened Ebi Bar. While bowls of umami-rich soup and noodles might be its signature creation, you’ll find that rice dishes are heavily featured on its debut delivery menu instead. The team wanted to serve up items that would travel well, which includes a Chao Da Ebi Pao Fan ($18.90), a soaked rice dish with charred prawns and pan-seared chicken; prawn and vegetable fritters with rice ($12.90), salted mackerel fried chicken rice ($14.90), and more. 

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Shinsora
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Shinsora

Restaurants Japanese City Hall

Hidden omakase restaurant Shinsora comes helmed by two World Sushi Cup champions: Sky Tai and Leon Yap. They serve up traditional Edomae-style sushi, alongside their winning creations that helped them take home the crown at the annual sushi-making competition. And while getting a seat at their 10-seater joint might be difficult, they now provide an at-home omakase experience that ranges from nigiri ($78 for eight pieces) to sashimi and sushi ($148). Rice bowls are also available and can come in the form of bara chirashi ($78) or topped with toro, uni, and ikura ($88). 

ORDER HERE shinsora.sg/delivery

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Iko
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Iko

Restaurants Tanjong Pagar

Don’t be surprised if you find Iberico pluma and prawn bisque on the menu at Japanese restaurant Iko. It puts a modern spin on the classic cuisine to give you dishes of pan-seared foie gras ($24) with braised daikon, sous vide Angus short ribs ($38), and pasta ($32) coated in sea urchin emulsion. For the ultimate treat, pre-order its Luxe Box ($88), where truffle-scented rice comes crowned with prized catch of bafun uni, Hokkaido scallop, inure, and botan ebi. Bottles of sake and wine are also available for delivery and takeaway. 

ORDER HERE iko.com.sg

Anju
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Anju

Restaurants Korean Tanjong Pagar

Anju is a contemporary Korean dining establishment by chef Gi Deok Kim (previously from now-closed Kimme). Under his hands, elegant flavours from the cuisine can now be sampled in takeout boxes. Set meals (from $175) are the best way to enjoy what Anju has to offer, with spicy pork galbi, gyuja salad, kimchi, and more. Or opt for convenient meal kits like abalone porridge ($26) and traditional braised beef short ribs ($78). 

ORDER HERE anjusg.oddle.me/en_SG

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The Fat Kid Bakery
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The Fat Kid Bakery

Restaurants Bakeries Ang Mo Kio

Buoyed by the encouraging demand for her recipes, an entrepreneurial 24-year-old Ariel Tang decided to turn her love for baking into a business venture – first as a home-based bakery, and now, a brick-and-mortar store. Sample a selection of Ariel’s signature bakes through The Fat Kid bakery: Triple chocolate brownies ($15), and Sourdough Bombos ($3.50 to $5), a take on Italian doughnuts made using a two-year sourdough starter.

ORDER HERE thefatkidbakery.com

Coop
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Coop

Modern izakaya Neon Pigeon is venturing beyond the nest to deliver hearty Japanese plates straight to your door. Coop, its latest virtual venture, will provide a wallet-friendly menu (most come under $20) of sando burger, salad bowls, ramen, and more. Apart from its signature Tokyo Hummus ($10), sample newly created dishes of yakiniku beef sandwich ($19) with soy butter mushrooms, smoked tofu katsu ($14) bowl, and noodles (from $16) served with a broth cooked for over 72 hours. 

ORDER HERE getcoop.sg

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1-ATICO
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1-ATICO

Restaurants Orchard

Perched 56 storeys high, 1-ATICO which opened on December 18 is a new rooftop dining destination that brings together three different concepts: FIRE, FLNT, and 1-Atico Ultra-Lounge. Expect plenty of grilled meats at FIRE, a contemporary Argentenian restaurant where prized cuts of meats, seafood, and vegetables are cooked over wood fire. Over at FLNT, the Japanese-influenced gastrobar will serve up sharing plates prepped over a binchotan grill, paired with cocktails and artisanal sakes. 

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