Amoy is proving to be the hottest dining street in Singapore with a slew of new openings including Kimme: a casual modern Asian joint by chef Sun Kim who also runs the one-Michelin-starred restaurant, Meta. Choose to dine on the first floor where a large communal table offers a view of chefs at work or climb up to the second level, which boasts a bar a buzzier atmosphere. You'll find mostly dishes inspired by chef Sun's and head chef Louis Han's Korean roots including a wagyu tartare ($23), made from hand-chopped rump beef marinated with sesame oil, soy and mirin that meant to be scooped up with fried sago chips. Our favourite has to be the assemble-it-yourself bossam ($35), a uniquely Korean dish served with pork belly that's been slow-cooked for 12 hours, crisp endives, homemade kimchi and ssamjang sauce.
47 Amoy St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11am-11pm|
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