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LATEST & UPCOMING in August 2019: 10 NEW Cafes & Restaurants To Dine Out In S’pore

Hey Foodies! It’s that time of the month again! We always like to start off the month with a little roundup of some new places to explore and eat our way through. For fans of Japanese food, you’ll be glad to know that there are a handful of new Japanese restaurants to check out this month! Read on to find out what are the 10 NEW Cafes & Restaurants To Dine Out In Singapore This August 2019!

10 NEW Cafes & Restaurants To Dine Out In Singapore – August 2019

1. Blue Label Pizza & Wine @ Mandarin Gallery

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You know a place is classy and atas if it sells wine. Have you ever had pizza with wine? Here at Blue Label Pizza, they are not just a pizzeria, but they also have an in-house sommelier! They claim to serve the best pizza in Singapore, and while “best” is debatable, their pizza is still pretty darn good. If you’re tired of fast-food pizza, try out this ‘atas’ pizza for a change!

Address: 333A Orchard Rd, #03-02 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
Hours: Sun – Mon (11:30am – 10pm)
Phone: +65 9785 7799
Website: https://www.bluelabelpizza.com/

2. Asian Rad Afters

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s, anyone? Or rather, dessert at Tiffany’s! This famous Osaka dessert shop is aesthetically decorated in Tiffany blue, flowers and golden ornaments. This is Osaka’s famous bubble waffles and ice cream! Their bubble waffles are crispy on the edges, and have a unique cake-like texture. Add a scoop of ice cream and top with fruits, cream and cereal and you have your Asian Rad Afters’ bubble waffles and ice cream!

Address: 33 Bali Lane, Singapore 189869
Hours: Sun, Wed – Thurs (11:30am – 7pm), Fri – Sat (12pm – 9pm), Closed Mon & Tues
Website: https://www.facebook.com/asianradafterssingapore/

3. Sushiro

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With how many Japanese and sushi restaurants opening up in Singapore, you wouldn’t expect their most famous conveyor belt sushi restaurant to take so long to land here! However, late is better than never – they will be opening at Tiong Bahru on 19 August 2019! These sushi are priced affordable, starting from about $2.20 per plate. With over 100 types of sushi, you will certainly be spoilt for choice!

Address: 302 Tiong Bahru Rd, Singapore 168732
Hours: Mon – Sun (11am – 10pm), Opening 19 August 2019
Website: https://www.facebook.com/SushiroSingapore/

4. Tenjin

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Tenjin specialises in tempura donburi (tendon) using quality ingredients from Japan. They use hoshi-jirushi rice from the Ibaraki prefecture in Japan, topped with various vegetable and seafood tempura. While the sheer amount of fried food may put you off, their tempura is lightly-battered and deep fried, so it won’t feel too heavy on your stomach. Additionally, their rice bowls start affordably from $12.80.

Address: 1, #03-08 Scotts Rd, Shaw Centre, 228208
Hours: Mon – Sat (11:30am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm), Closed Sun
Phone: +65 6235 3312

5. Beverly Hills Cheesecake

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The Cheesecake Factory is a famous patisserie hailing from America, serving… you guessed it, cheesecake! Under the name “Beverly Hills Cheesecake”, the cheesecakes are brought in straight from The Cheesecake Factory! You’ll be able to catch their best-selling Classic Cheesecake, Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake and Godiva Chocolate, along with 35 other varieties.

Address: #B1-70, Raffles City Shopping Centre Singapore, 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103
Hours: Mon – Sun (10am – 10pm)
Phone: +65 9723 2405
Website: https://www.facebook.com/BeverlyhillscheesecakeSingapore/

6. 108 Matcha Saro

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Matcha lovers all over Singapore will delight over this new matcha dessert shop in town! 108 Matcha Saro is a famous Hokkaido Matcha specialty shop. Among the many items on their menu, the highlights are the Obanyaki (traditional Japanese pancake), Warabi Mochi and Matcha and Hojicha teas and parfaits! It is the ultimate matcha-lover’s dream shop, so bring your matcha-loving friend to try it out!

Address: 5 Temasek Blvd, Suntec City #B1-K5, Singapore 038985
Hours: Mon – Sun (11am – 10pm)
Phone: +65 6259 4704
Website: https://www.facebook.com/108matchasarosg/

7. Jok Jok Mor

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Jok Jok Mor, or “porridge in a pot”, is a traditional Thai claypot porridge. Choose from three delicious soup bases: Tom Yum, See Ew Kao (light soy sauce) and Mak Kum (Assam). You can choose porridge or Mama Instant Noodles as your main carbohydrate. You can also choose from a variety of toppings: seafood, chicken, pork and veggie. It’s pretty much DIY!

Address: 129 Rangoon Rd, Singapore 218407
Hours: Sun – Thurs (12pm – 10pm), Fri – Sun (12pm – 12am)
Phone: +65 6721 9038
Website: https://www.facebook.com/jokjokmor/

8. Capitol Milk Bar

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The bright red leather booth seats and tall, loaded milkshake glasses – it’s like a real life Archie Comics Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe! Capitol Milk Bar is over-the-top retro, and we are digging it! Thus, it’s no wonder they’re sticking to the classic burgers and hotdogs to suit their theme. Though, the milkshakes are probably the star. Fancy a Nutella, Strawberry or Vanilla shake? Or do you prefer local flavours like Milo Dino Milkshake and the Singapore Dash Milkshake?

Address: 13 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178905
Hours: Mon – Sun (11am – 9pm)
Phone: +65 6715 6874
Website: www.capitolmilkbar.com

9. CubeMelt Gelato

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Does life imitate art or does art imitate life? Well, for CubeMelt Gelato it was definitely the former! The owners of CubeMelt Gelato was inspired by the web cartoon, CubeMelt, to create their own gelato line! This epic collaboration gave birth to the first-ever Gelato Waffle On-The-Go, where you don’t have to sit down to eat your ice cream and waffles! Choose from four signature flavours: Cookie Greed, Dark Mayhem, Berry Brightness and Posh Teatime!

Location: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #B1-165 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600
Hours: Mon – Sun (12pm – 9pm)
Website: https://www.facebook.com/cubemeltgelato/

10. Cluck Cluck

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Fried chicken and waffles may be a combination that would turn heads, but it’s actually a legit combo that originated in the South of the USA! The fried chicken thighs are juicy and tender even after deep-frying, making them deeply satisfying to eat. Don’t forget to pour the maple syrup all over the chicken and waffles before digging in! Also enjoy all-day dining promotions here! For breakfast, there is free-flow coffee or tea with any mains from 10am – 12pm. For lunch (weekdays, 12pm – 5pm), get free iced lemon tea and soup of the day with your main course. Lastly, for dinner main courses are 1-for-1!

Address: 80 Bencoolen Street NAFA Campus 1, #01-15 Wing A, 189655
Hours: Mon – Sun (10am – 9pm)
Phone: +65 9198 2673
Website: https://www.facebook.com/CluckCluckNAFA/

10 NEW Cafes & Restaurants To Dine Out In Singapore This August 2019

That concludes the 10 NEW Cafes & Restaurants To Dine Out In Singapore This August 2019. We weren’t joking when we said that there’re many new Japanese eateries this month! Many of them are famous and are finally arriving in Singapore. Bring your friends and family to show-off your inventory of the latest places to dine out in Singapore! Which of these places are you most excited to try out?

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