With no shortage of new cafes and restaurants sprouting up these days, Singaporeans are spoilt for choice when it comes to good food and ambience. But rather then same copy and paste concept being repeated over and over again, we seeked out the more unique concepts in Singapore that will spice things up.
Here is a list of themed eateries that stand out from the rest with their quirky concepts.
“A princely lunch”
Sitting rather inconspicuously at the exit of 313, Bedrock has always been one of Seth’s favorite restaurants for steak. Seemingly overshadowed by its ‘louder’ competition of Brotzeit, Ben & Jerry’s and such, one visit to Bedrock and it will leave you wondering why you never went in all this while.
Call it simplistic or minimalistic, Braseiro is stripped down to the basics to bring you a fulfilling, yet affordable meal where you can enjoy in the comfort of their simple interior space.
Setting its sights for South East Asia, Taiwan’s Dazzling café opens as one of the first few tenants in the newly renovated Capitol Piazza. With 9 outlets in Taiwan, 4 outlets in Shanghai and a store in Hong Kong, the latest Singapore addition brings with it a number of classic and interesting signature dishes including variations of its famed Shibuya Honey Toasts and also its Tom Yam Pasta which is exclusive to its Singapore outlet.
Singapore truly is the land of amazing food, more than you can imagine. From the infusion of settlers from all over the world, especially Asia, these travelers have also brought with them their exotic and bizarre foods, commonplace from where they came but unique to our little island.
“Heavenly Bread Pudding”
Amidst the herds of new-trend hipster cafes popping up all around the area, its a treat to find an unpretentious bakery, exuding a certain regal aura of class.