4 Newly-Opened Restaurants And Cafes You Should Visit In September!

Who doesn’t love a good meal? But sometimes, it can get a little repetitive and you think to yourself: “where should I go this weekend?” It seems like we always stick to the same places when it comes to eating out. Or is it just me? We’re back again to tell you about the newest places on our radar. This time, we have 4 newly opened spots you should totally visit in this month of September!

Olsen Bakehouse –

Credits: Olsen Bakehouse

Famous for their light cakes and bakes, this family-owned bakery has recently moved from their previous store at Lavender and set up shop at Joo Chiat! Olsen Bakehouse specializes in low-sugar, healthier recipes, much like how you’d prepare one for family and loved ones.

Credits: Olsen Bakehouse

Hungry for a taste? Their whole cakes start from $48, and are available in a variety of flavours, including locally-inspired ones such as Orh Nee, Ondeh Ondeh, and Milo! Alternatively, you can opt for a single slice at $8 each!

Location: 301 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427552

Operating Hours: 9am-4pm (Tues-Sun), (Closed on Mon)

Website: https://www.olsenbakehouse.com/

Gyu San –

Credits: Gyu San

We’ve talked about Gyu San before HERE, so here’s a second shoutout for all the wagyu lovers out there! This new sando café recently opened their first outlet at Tanjong Pagar, and their wagyu sandos are to die for!

Alongside their signature wagyu sandos, this new café-butchery concept also features Ebi Sandos, as well as Tamagoyaki Sandos. If you just can’t get enough of their delicious wagyu steaks, they also function as a butchery, with over 55 different kinds of premium Japanese wagyu cuts to choose from!

Location: 7 Wallich Street, #01-03, Guoco Tower Singapore, Singapore 078884

Operating Hours: 11:30am-10pm (Daily)

Website: https://www.facebook.com/gyusan.sg

Pilcrow  –

Credits: Pilcrow

Located on the riverside streets of Boat Quay, Pilcrow is the hip new dessert bar you’ve never heard of! This trendy spot boasts a new, modern approach to desserts, with bold desserts served with sorbet, and cocktails designed to pair perfectly with said desserts.

Credits: Pilcrow

A must-try dessert would be their Exotique ($16), a smooth yuzu curd encased in coconut mousse, which pairs well with their signature Pit Of The Plum cocktail ($22). If you prefer something lighter, we’d suggest their Butterfly Tonic ($22), for a light, butterfly-pea and lavender infused treat!

Location: 60 Boat Quay, #01-01, Singapore 049848

Operating Hours:

6pm-11:30pm (Mon-Thurs)

6pm-12am (Fri-Sat)

(Closed on Sun)

Website: https://www.pilcrow.com.sg/

Tsukimi Hamburg –

Credits: Tsukimi Hamburg

Tsukimi Hamburg recently opened their first outlet at Jurong Point, and we’d say this is definitely worth a journey to the west! Their handmade steaks contain a mixture of US beef, pork, and Miyazaki Wagyu beef, resulting in an unforgettable burst of flavor and juiciness. 

Credits: Tsukimi Hamburg

Be sure to try their signature Tsukimi Hamburg Don ($12.80), which includes a single Japanese egg yolk airflown from Japan. The yolk blends with the rice and hamburg steak to deliver a remarkably silky mouthfeel, keeping you going back for more!

Location: 1 Jurong West Central 2, B1-52 Shopping Centre, Jurong Point, Singapore 648886

Operating Hours: 11am-10pm (Daily)

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