Just opened in September 2021: New restaurants, bars and cafes in Singapore this month, Lifestyle News

The new month brings new faces to the bar and restaurant scene, from the arrival of the New York slice to drool-worthy egg sandwiches originating from LA.

Quench your thirst at the bar with Singapore’s largest selection of craft beers or at a new natural wine bar as we take a look at what our city has to offer in September.


Origin of bedrock


The award-winning steakhouse Bedrock Bar & Grill has expanded to Singapore’s vacation island. Nestled within the Oasia Resort Sentosa, Bedrock Origin is ready to make its mark with the finest steaks, prepared using primary techniques on an apple wood fire grill.

Expect a more diverse menu with their exclusive selection of seafood, including dry-aged fish, as well as plant-based and keto-friendly options. The experience is complemented by fine wines, traditional whiskeys and a selection of rare spirits made by charming family distillers.

Origin of bedrock is located # 01-02, Oasia Resort Sentosa Hotel, 23 Beach View, Palawan Ridge, 098679, p. +656 818 3333. Open every day from 12 noon to 3 p.m., from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Wild Child Pizzette

The folks behind Cicheti are Wild Child Pizette, which serves 10-inch thick pizzas along with a range of antipasti and homemade desserts to complete the meal. Highlights include the Crispy Fried Margherita ($ 24.50), where semi-dried San Marzano tomatoes, buratina, basil, and aged parmigiana cover a unique fried pizza dough base. Wash it down with their unique curation of natural wines, aged sake and funky craft beers.

Wild Child Pizzette is located at 50 Circular Rd, Singapore 049405, p. +6569706592. Open Monday to Saturday, 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Sun closed.

Egg bitch


Get ready for fluffy, cage-free egg dishes at Eggslut. While you may have tasted it in Tokyo or Seoul, its foray into Singapore is the cult brand’s first expansion from Los Angeles to Southeast Asia.

Opening September 9, 2021 in Scotts Square with the same menu as in the US, expect popular dishes like Bacon, Explicit Eggs and Cheese and Fairfax, featuring creamy chive scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and spicy sriracha mayo.

Egg bitch is located at 6 Scotts Rd, Scotts Square # 01-12, Singapore 228209.

Appropriate slice


By the folks behind Lucali BYGB, diners can now get a good slice of New York-style heaven in Singapore’s CBD. With pies measuring 18 inches in diameter, this take-out concept serves paper-thin slices that come in a variety of flavors.

Along with classics like pepperoni and contemporary spinach and ricotta toppings, they also make thick meatballs, garlic bread, and stromboli (a type of savory turnover filled with cheese, cold cuts, and vegetables. ).

Appropriate slice is located at 110 Amoy Street # 01-02 (entrance via Gemmill Lane), Singapore 069930. Open Monday to Saturday 12pm to 12am. Sun closed.

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American games room Geylang


Yet another expansion to our list this month, the Waterloo Center located at American Taproom opened a second outlet in Geylang with 40 craft beers available on tap – Singapore’s largest selection to date.

Currently, you’ll find beers such as Squeezy Rider West Coast IPA from Deschutes (starting at $ 10), Hibiscus Blueberry mead from Lion City Meadery (starting at S $ 14) and Hak Mo Sheung Chile Ancho Y Panca (at from S $ 19) imperial stout from Hong Kong’s young master brewery.

American games room Geylang is located at 71 & 73 Geylang Road, Singapore 389195, p. +65 8181 4267. Open Mon-Fri 4 pm-10.30pm, Sat-Sun 12 pm-10.30pm.

Club Street Wine Room

A new offering from Cure Concepts, which has brought us establishments like Butcher Boy, CATFISH, and the One Michelin Star Cure, Club Street Wine Room is a conscious step out of the formalities of a traditional wine bar. With an ever-changing menu of wines that remain accessible yet exciting, you will find a drink that will please you.

For us, Sea Soul No. 4, a sea-aged wine (submerged under water to promote fermentation and enhance flavor) is a siren call. Pair wines with plates like Confit de guinea fowl, brushed with sweet black pepper caramel, for a healthy date night.

Club Street Wine Room is located at 87 Club St, Singapore 069455, p. +6569700190. Open Tue-Wed 4 p.m. – 10:30 p.m., Thu-Fri 12 p.m. – 10:30 p.m., Sat 11 a.m. – 10:30 p.m., Sun 11 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. Closed Mon.

Flow bar

Calling all cocktail lovers, come to the Flow Bar for a whimsical journey guided by acclaimed mixologist Ricky Paiva (who opened the Manhattan Bar in 2014).

The result of a collaboration between Ricky and the Michelin-starred restaurant Jag, their first menu offers Flow classics such as Bloody Mary and Espresso Martini, accompanied by a touch of dulce du leche. There are also nature-inspired cocktails that will change with the seasons and innovative signatures like Cinnamon Girl made with apple bourbon.

Flow bar is located at 76A Duxton Rd, Level 2, Singapore 089535, p. +6531388477. Open Tuesday to Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to midnight, Friday to Saturday from 3:00 p.m. to midnight. Closed Sun and Mon.

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Stanley Street Carrot Sticks & Munchies

Australian-inspired Carrotsticks & Cravings is opening its third outlet along Stanley Street with coast-themed interiors created by award-winning interior designer Isabelle Miaja. In addition to menu favorites tried and tested at its other outlets in Dempsey and Robertson Quay, the new location features an exclusive breakfast platter for two ($ 46).

Expect a generous serving of Israeli salad, puff pastry filled with cream cheese, oven-roasted eggplant served over hummus, homemade Labneh (a thick, drained cheese), eggs, and a bread basket. leaven.

Carrot sticks and cravings is located at 5 Stanley St, # 01-01, Singapore 068724, p. +6580286651. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.



Colorful and whimsical, Softhaus is a multisensory ice cream joint that takes pride in its high-quality, locally sourced and sustainable ingredients. Highlights of the 16 ice cream flavors include tangy Mango Banana Passionfruit, a keto-friendly chocolate sorbet, and Pear Thyme Honey Eucalyptus.

Enhance your experience with over 20 different toppings – think macaroons, popcorn, and handmade chocolates – and a variety of ways to enjoy your ice cream, from classic waffle cones to nostalgic rainbow bread.

Softhaus is located at 1 Kim Seng Promenade, # B1-K135, 237994. Open daily 10 am-10pm.

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This article first appeared in Nomads of the city.

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