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Time Out Singapore April Issue: Eat me, I'm delicious!

TOSG April 2019

According to the Department of Statistics, about 2,500 restaurants open in Singapore every year. That’s an average of 6.8 new joints to check out every day if you want to hit them all. Most of you don’t have the time, money or calories for that – but luckily for you, the Time Out Singapore team does. In our office, everyone is obsessed with eating and drinking. We’ve tried a countless number of restaurants, hawker stalls and bars to present you with this list of the year’s best new launches. And we’re only just getting started. Subscribe to our newsletter so you don't miss any of our latest restaurant and bar recommendations.

Get your hands on Time Out Singapore's April issue at the following MRT stations for free from 7.30am to 9.30am on April 4:

Raffles Place

Tanjong Pagar

City Hall

Bugis

Orchard

Somerset

Dhoby Ghaut

Novena

Bishan

Buona Vista

Marina Bay

Queenstown

Afternoon distribution from 11.30am to 2.30pm at:

Promenade

Amoy Street Food Centre

Maxwell Food Centre

The magazine is also available at Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop for free. The stock is limited so head down to #01-01, The URA Centre, 45 Maxwell Rd before they're out.

Can't get your hands on a copy? Subscribe to a Time Out Singapore for a year and we'll deliver a copy to your doorstep each month for just $33! Email subscribe.tosg@timeout.com for more information.

Here's what you can expect in Time Out Singapore's April issue. 

This month's cover feature: Eat me, I'm delicious! The latest restaurants, bars and hawker stalls to get excited about.

Mala madness: everything we love about Sichuan cuisine.

Slice of Pai: why you should visit this sleepy Thai town.

Understanding Singapore's metal scene – menace or misunderstood? Plus more great stories in April's issue of Time Out Singapore.

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