MUST-TRY Brunch staples like eggs and bacon are given a delicious makeover, so try the Corn Fritter with poached eggs, bacon, sauteed spinach, grilled tomatoes and jalapeno jam ($22). This is yummy goodness that packs a punch.
WHY GO? Get your weekend going at this cheery Melbourne-esque restaurant. Natural light streams in, inviting you to spend a few hours lounging about on the premises. Comfort food such as Vanilla Hot Cakes and Stuffed French Toast will have you sighing in satisfaction. For a healthier option, go for the lighter but still nutrient-dense Chia Seed Pudding. Finish off with a cup of Common Man Coffee Roasters’ speciality blend and you’ll be all fuelled up for a productive weekend.
MUST-TRY Start with the Truffle Somen ($98), a secret menu dish that’s only available upon request. Truffle-infused cold somen is topped with fresh sea urchin, caviar, sakura ebi, freshly shaved truffles and gold leaf, making for an outstanding starter.
WHY GO? Sukiyaki lovers should check out this modern Japanese establishment, which is the only place serving Kanto-style sukiyaki in Singapore. The contemporary wood and marble interiors set a great backdrop for a quick business lunch, with rice sets such as Premium Kago Don and Foie Gras Bifuteki. If you’re looking to really perk yourself up, be sure to try the restaurant’s prized Matsusaka A5 Wagyu Beef or Omi A5 Marbled Beef.
MUST-TRY The Signature Funghi & Formaggio Pizza is an addictive slice of melting, aromatic cheeses, inspired by executive chef Stefano Di Salvo’s younger days of working in Rome.
WHY GO? Say goodbye to stale buffet offerings, and hello to Beach Road Kitchen’s multiple live stations. The temperature-controlled Seafood Room boasts fresh selections of smoked fish and other seafood items, while the floor-to-ceiling Charcuterie and Cheese display is handpicked by Chef Stefano daily. The Pizza Oven serves up savoury slices of the quintessential Italian favourite. Unwind after a long day in the spacious and casually elegant restaurant.