LATEST & UPCOMING: 10 New Restaurants & Cafes To Try In July 2019

Hey Foodies! Are you bored of the same ol’ food? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! These are the recently-opened restaurants and cafes to check out in July. This is the latest list of 10 New Restaurants & Cafes To Try In July 2019 includes desserts, healthy food, pancakes, burgers and more. Read on to discover these new places to eat and chill at!

NEW & UPCOMING Restaurants and Cafes

1. The Kin’s – Burnt Cheesecake

10 new restaurants and cafes to try in july 2019
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This unsuspecting cafe is located within a condo in Pasir Panjang, but don’t belittle it! They serve all-day brunch and good coffee – but their secret is their Burnt Cheesecake ($7.50). This one-of-a-kind cheesecake has a gooey melted cheese centre, while the outside resembles a charred cheesecake. It is described as a hybrid of a baked cheesecake and no-bake cheesecake and is rich and creamy. Could this be your new favourite brunch spot?

Location: 2 Jln Mat Jambol, Bijou Condo, #01-08/09, Singapore 119554
Hours: Mon – Tues, Thurs – Sun (11am – 9pm), Closed Wed

2. SweetSpot – Health Food

10 new restaurants and cafes to try in july 2019
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Clean eating has been all the rage as Singaporeans are becoming more health-conscious. However, don’t think just vegetables when it comes to healthy eating – you can choose from a wide variety of protein that are always on rotation. It lets you try out their different proteins with both vegetarian and meat options. They also have delicious smoothies and dessert like their decadent Coconut Banana Tart. If you’re ordering a coffee, meet the first-ever commercial robotic barista who will be making your cuppa.

Location: 10 Bayfront Ave, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Hours: Mon – Sun (7am – 10pm)
Phone: 6688 8588

3. No Milk – Teochew Fish Soup

10 new restaurants and cafes to try in july 2019
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When you think of bar food, fish soup doesn’t usually come to mind. One might be surprised to see fish soup on the menu when visiting this rooftop bar. Despite its unconventional setting, the young owners of No Milk do fish soup right. The name hints that no milk is used to add sweetness to the broth, instead boiling the fish bones for long hours to achieve the natural sweetness of the fish. Besides fish soup, they also serve other hawker favourites like Spicy Fragrant Handmade Egg Noodles, along with Western cuisine.

Location: 18 Pahang St, Singapore 198615
Hours: Mon – Fri (11am – 12am), Sat (5:30pm – 12am), Closed Sun
Phone: 6291 5854

4. Chuan Hung The Noodle Place – Sichuan Rice Noodles

10 new restaurants and cafes to try in july 2019
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The highlight of Chuan Hung are their Sichuan Mianyang rice noodles. You can choose from 3 broths: clear, red and Sichuan vine-pepper soup. Their rice noodles, besides their slightly firmer texture, are also more resistant to getting soggy. Meaning, you can enjoy your bowl of noodles for a longer time! They also have a variety of sides to order with your noodles, and we’ve heard that their Fried Crispy Pig Intestines are a must-try!

Location: 51 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 048441
Hours: Mon – Fri (10am – 3pm, 5pm – 9pm), Sat – Sun (10am – 9pm)
Phone: 9755 1058

5. Ho Fook Hei – Cantonese Rose Wine Soy Sauce Chicken

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A lot of care goes into producing a plate of Ho Fook Hei’s Specialty Rose Wine Soy Sauce Chicken. It is brined overnight so that the chicken is tender and the flavours will be able to permeate into the meat. It is then braised for 24 hours in their home-aged soy sauce and various herbs and spices. Lastly, right before serving, they pour in their imported rose wine, letting the alcohol evaporate and leaving behind the rose fragrance.

Location: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-141 Great World City, Singapore 237994
Hours: Mon – Sun (11:30am – 3:30pm, 5pm – 9:30pm)
Phone: 6219 2262

6. BurgerLabo – A5 Wagyu & Black Pork Burgers

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The hamburger may have been born from fast food chains, but the future of hamburgers might just be gourmet. Gourmet burgers’ appeal with the masses may have to do with less to no preservatives, as well as better overall quality of the ingredients. BurgerLabo’s Basic Burger patty features a 170g patty that is a mix of grass-fed black Angus beef neck, Aomori Gyu ribeye, Toriyama Umami Wagyu A4 tenderloin and Sendai Wagyu A5 brisket. All this beef to give the perfect balance of flavours and textures!

Location: 1 Malan Rd, Singapore 109454
Hours: Tues – Thurs (5pm – 11pm), Fri – Sat (5pm – 2am), Closed Sun & Mon
Phone: 6694 0940

7. Gram Pancakes & Cafe – Fluffy Souffle Pancakes

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Gram Pancakes & Cafe is a popular cafe from Osaka, Japan that are famous for their fluffy souffle pancakes. Their Premium Pancakes are known for being thicker than a normal pancake, but maintains a light airy texture. It is less dense than a typical pancake and more of a mousse-y texture. Their opening at Vivocity raked up a 4 hour long queue, but hopefully the crowd would have died down by July!

Location: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #02-110 VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Hours: Mon – Sun (11am – 10pm)
Phone: 8666 6277

8. % Arabica Coffee

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% Arabica is the latest Japanese cafe that has set up shop in Singapore. Their coffee is very popular, earning them long queues at their outlet in Hong Kong. They use beans from their own coffee farms in Hawaii, as well as from other parts of the globe. After selecting your beans, they will then roast them on the spot for you, setting the apart from other coffee shops. Their coffee is definitely worth the wait!

Location: 56 Arab St, Singapore 199753
Hours: Opening 28 June 2019

9. Whale Lala Cafe – Western Food

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10 new restaurants and cafes to try in july 2019
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Looking for quality Western food? You’ve come to just the place! Just a short walk from Tai Seng MRT, Whale Lala will give you a bang for your buck. A few must-tries are the Mushroom Aglio Olio and their Louisiana Grilled Chicken Rice. For vegetarians, they also have non-meat options, like Cold Soba with (meatless) Chicken Katsu. All their mains also come with a tea or coffee for you to enjoy!

Location: 1 Irving Pl, #01-30, Singapore 360546
Hours: Mon – Sat (11am – 8pm), Closed Sun
Phone: 9799 2264

10. The Affogato Lounge – Cocoa & Coffee-Infused Dessert

10 new restaurants and cafes to try in july 2019
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10 new restaurants and cafes to try in july 2019
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The Affogato Lounge elevates their desserts to the next level! Their desserts, mainly comprising of cocoa and coffee, are masterfully designed to not only satisfy your palate but also your eyes. These are not just desserts, they are works of art. Their Trilogy dessert is made with 70% dark chocolate sorbet, caramel blanc and dark cacao, served with a double-shot espresso. They don’t attempt to cover the bitter taste of the cocoa or the coffee, letting you savour these two main ingredients in their full glory.

Location: 55 Keong Saik Rd., #01-02, Singapore 089158
Hours: Tues – Sun (8am – 11pm), Closed Mon
Phone: 9889 7005

10 New Restaurants & Cafes To Try In July 2019

As June comes to an end, we welcome the new month of July! These 10 new restaurants & cafes to try in July 2019 have all opened recently. If you’re looking for a place to celebrate, or simply have a simple gathering with family and friends, you can impress them with these new restaurants and cafes! Have you been to any of these places yet? Let us know right in the comments!



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