What do you do when you’ve run out of new places to eat at? Revisit old favourites with fresh offerings, of course.
Here are 4 new items/menus from reliably good eateries that are worth checking out.
Available till 21 July, the Wagyu Steak Frites One-Plate-Lunch special ($28++) will make even the most most terrible work day a little less painful. Feeling indulgent? Complement your meat with a glass of Takahata Japanesque Bailey’s Blend 2013 ($10++). 21 Lewin Terrace, Tel: 6333 9905
The closest thing in Singapore to the much-missed A&W Coney dog, this New York Coney Island Dog ($18.90) is a beef Bolognese sauce- and diced onion-topped juicy grilled chicken cheese sausage with lettuce, Japanese cucumbers and tomato slices encased in a soft bun. Coney not your thing? Check out the three other hotdogs on their special hotdog menu, including the Red Spicy Devil Dog ($18.90), a medley of spicy sausage, chilli mustard and crispy bacon. All hotdogs are served with potato wedges. Get outlet locations here.
Oriole Café + Bar
Their new weekend brunch menu is the stuff lazy days are made of. Available from 10am to 2pm, the spread includes Grilled Truffle Cheese Sandwich ($14), Crab Cake Benedict ($22) and the satisfying Fully Loaded ($20) – a platter of breakfast staples served with two eggs done to your preference. Watching your figure? Ask for the Wild Berries Oatmeal ($10), which features goji berries. 96 Somerset Rd, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Tel: 6238 8348
I have just five words for you: Smoked Truffle Wonton Lobster Bisque. If you haven't started salivating yet at the thought of this $18++ dish, also consider the Josper Grilled Barramundi Fillet with Pickled Chilli Sauce (2 pieces, $34++) and Blue Lotus Signature Chilli Pomelo Stuffed Crab Claw ($24++). Perfect for Friday evenings or date night. 31 Ocean Way, Quayside Isle, #01 -13, Tel: 6339 0880
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