LATEST & UPCOMING in October 2019: 9 NEW Eateries & Restaurants to Try Out in Singapore

October Treats!

Prepare your Jack-O’-Lanterns, because this season, it’s all treats and no tricks. More new interesting eateries and restaurants have emerged in Singapore! Here are 9 New Places for you to Try Out in October 2019, look out for all of these!


9 NEW Eateries & Restaurants to Try Out in S’pore this October 2019

10 New Restaurant and Eateries Pop Up Singapore October

1. Ichiran Ramen Pop-Up @ Takashimaya

Ichiran Ramen Pop Up Takashimaya
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Ichiran Ramen Pop Up
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Originally from Fukuoka, the ramen chain initially gained popularity because of its unique private, single-seater booths designed to provide minimal distractions. As part of the Japan Matsuri Fair event happening at Takashimaya Square, Ichiran Ramen will be serving their “New York Limited” instant ramen which comes with toppings like green onions, spicy seasoning and black fungus. 

Limited to 700 bowls a day, each bowl costs $12.

Location: Takashimaya Square, B2

Opening Hours: 10am – 9.30pm

*Extended hours from 10am – 10pm, Thu 3 Oct to Sun 6 Oct 2019 only

2. Daboba

Daboba Golden Pearl Roasted Brown Sugar Milk
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Daboba Golden Pearl Roasted Brown Sugar
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I know what you’re thinking, another bubble tea chain? but don’t be so quick to dismiss Daboba, because the Taiwanese bubble tea chain has special treats to offer. Although they’re famed for their Golden Pearls and their signature roasted brown sugar pearl fresh milk, the chain also has cheese as a topping for your drinks!

In fact, they be having a promotion from 4th-5th October whereby your second drink will be 50% off. Check it out!

Location: Blk 727 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 #01-4252 Singapore 560727


Opening Hours: 10am – 9pm

3. Fong Sheng Hao

Fong Sheng Hao Toast Shilin Night Market Thick new
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Fong Sheng Hao Toast Shilin Night Market Singapore New
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Feng Sheng Hao is a Taiwanese toast cafe which originated from the Shilin Night Market in Taiwan. Famed for their charcoal-grilled breakfast sandwiches, you can expect a light yet crisp sandwich in which they have 14 different flavour variations for!

Location: #B2-04, Paya Lebar Quarter, 10 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409057


Opening Hours: 8am – 11pm, Daily

4. Haiyai

Hayai Fried Chicken Rice Wrap Japan Singapore New
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Hayai Japan Rice Wrap Fried Chicken Singapore Japan New
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“Haiyai” means “fast” in Japanese, which reflects this restaurant’s style. Although the food is served relatively quickly, rest assured that the quality is not neglected. Haiyai serves Onigirazu, which is a creative take on the traditional warm rice balls from Japan!

Location: 10 Paya Lebar Road, Paya Lebar Quarter, #B2-K3 


Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm, Daily

5. Lalune Croissant

Croissant Singapore Lalune Bubble Tea New
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Lalune Croissant Bubble Tea Singapore New
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At Lalune, you can find freshly baked treats such as croissants, danishes and even a range of bubble tea drinks. Their croissants come in many delightful flavours such as honey, custard, chocolate and more! It is a great stop for afternoon tea (or any time of the day, really).

Location: 313 Orchard Rd, #B3 – 48A, Singapore 238895

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 10am – 10pm, Sat: 11am-10pm, Sunday: 11am-9pm

6. Hawkee Food

Robot Food Centre Hawkee Hawker
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Hawker Food Singapore Hawkee Noodles
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Singapore’s first Automated Robotic Restaurant, Hawkee, opened its doors in September. If you haven’t heard of it yet, it is essentially a concept restaurant which offers a modern kopitiam experience. All food cooked in Hawkee are prepared by a fully automated robot chef with no human intervention. If you want to try something new, this is definitely the place to go!

Location: Frasers tower, 182 Cecil Street #02-01/02, Singapore 069547

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday: 11am – 8pm, Saturday: 11am – 2.30pm, Closed on Sundays

7. Takeshi Noodle Bar

Ramen Takeshi Noodle Mala Singapore
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Noodle Singapore Ramen Mala Takeshi
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The Mala craze in Singapore is clearly still going strong. From Mala potato chips, to Mala bubble tea pearls to even Mala Seafood Ramen! If you happen to be a fan of both Ramen AND Mala, you’re in luck, because Takeshi noodle bar offers the two combined in one harmonious, mouth-watering dish.

Location: 12 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088387

Opening Hours: Mon & Wed-Fri: 12pm – 3pm, 5pm-11pm, Sat & Sun: 12pm – 11pm

8. Junarte

Specialty Coffee Latte Art Singapore Pastries
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Coffee Pastries Coconut Black Salt Junarte Specialty
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Junarte is the first and only cafe in Singapore located within a Chinese restaurant. It prides itself on its specialty coffee and unique desserts and pastries. Some examples of the menu items include Mango Passionfruit Cheesecake and Black Salt Coconut Cookies. You could have your meal at the restaurant, then have dessert at the cafe, how convenient!

Location: #02-171 Queen’s Rd, Block 3, Singapore 260003

Opening Hours: Tues-Sun: 10.30am – 8.30pm, Closed on Mondays

9. Sesame Street Cafe Pop-Up @ Kumoya

Kumoya Sesame Street Singapore Pop Up New
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Singapore Kumoya Pop Up Sesame Street
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From 26 Sep – 29 Dec 2019, the vibrant and lively characters of Sesame Street come alive at a cafe pop-up at Kumoya, Bugis! Some of the menu items you can expect to see are the Elmo Curry Rice, Big Bird Udon, Cookie Monster Choc Cake and many more!

Location: 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320

Opening Hours: Tues – Thurs & Sun: 12pm to 9:30pm, Fri & Sat: 12pm to 10:30pm, Closed on Mondays

LATEST & UPCOMING in October 2019: 9 NEW Things to Try Out in Singapore

With all the treats October has to offer, it’d be a true mystery how one could resist these tempting options. Remember to check these places out the next time you’re thinking of what to have for a meal or even a quick snack!

Read More: Breaking: The Very First Daboba Outlet In S’pore Set To Open in Ang Mo Kio (With 50% Deal)

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