Having trouble thinking of where you should go with your family this November? Heres some good news, this month, there’s an abundance of new places to visit, including a comfy new cafe, traditional Malay cuisine, and a mouth-watering new yakiniku feast. Here are 4 more new restaurants and cafes to check out in November!
September Coffee –
Despite their name, September Coffee might be our new favourite café for the month of November! Quietly located at the heart of Chinatown, September Coffee is a great spot for a slow afternoon brunch with a comforting cup of coffee.
Fancy a visit? Their signature items include the Fried Chicken French Toast ($18), featuring a interesting combination of spicy honey, fried chicken, French toast, and japanese cabbage. If you’re in the mood for something a little heavier, be sure to try their signature Beef Ragu ($20), for a smooth and hearty treat!
Location: 258 South Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 058807
(Closed on Mon)
En Yakiniku –
When it comes to a meaty treat, a satisfying yakiniku meal is hard to beat! Located a short 3 minute walk from Bugis MRT, En Yakiniku is a new yakiniku spot that offers a mouth-watering yakiniku treat with a cool, classy atmosphere.
Their menu covers a range of quality cuts of Japanese wagyu beef, include A5 wagyu ribeye, striploin, and chuck roll cuts. If you’re not feeling the meats, they’ve also got some interesting appetizers and sides to pair with their selection of sakes. For appetisers, we recommend the Aburi Hotate no Kyuri Sosu Soe ($16), as well as the Foie Gras w Yam ($36).
Location: 112 Middle Rd, #01-00A Midland House, Singapore 188970
11:30am-3pm, 6pm-10pm (Mon-Thurs)
11:30am-3pm, 5:30pm-10pm (Fri-Sun)
COL is one of the hottest new restaurant-bar spots at the moment, and it’s not hard to see why. Located at The Working Capitol Building on Keong Saik road, COL offers a great spot to unwind after a busy week over drinks and handmade pastas, with just the right hint of East London style.
Planning a visit with some friends? Their sharing dishes include Hand Dived Roasted Scallops ($46), Kristal Caviar ($52), and Beef Tartare ($28). As for their mains, a must-try would be their signature Aged Beef Burger ($27)!
Location: 1 Keong Saik Rd., #01-05 The Working Capitol Building, Singapore 089109
Operating Hours: 5pm-12am (Tues-Sat), (Closed Sun-Mon)
Located in DUO Galleria near Bugis, Seroja is a love-letter that celebrates the diverse flavours of the Malay Archipelago. Expect to be wowed by their modern renditions of contemporary Malay cuisine, with classics such as Trader’s Rice, Roti Paung, and Johorean Goat Milk Ice.
Feeling hungry yet? Seroja has 2 handy set menus for lunch and dinner! Their lunch set starts at $218++ per person, and showcases a kaleidoscope of flavours from Obsiblue Prawn to Jasmine Tea Duck Broth. Alternatively, their dinner set starts at $268++ per person, and while it may fall on the pricier side, their dishes are guaranteed to impress!
Location: 7 Fraser St, #01-30/31/32/33 Duo Galleria, Singapore 189356
6pm-11pm (Sat, Tues-Wed)
12pm-2:30pm, 6pm-11pm (Thurs-Fri)