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Circuit-breaker Phase 2: Restaurants that reopen for dine-in with new menus

Fine-dining restaurants and haute establishments are reopening for Phase 2 and accepting dine-in customers. Check back often for what's new.

Now that we’ve moved into Phase Two, it’s time to see what’s back – and sadly, what’s not. We’ll miss some of the heavy hitters that won’t be reopening, including one-Michelin-starred Vianney Massot. That said, we’re excited to get back out there and support the F&B industry – and what better way than by eating and dining at our favourite fine-dining restaurants, now reopened?

Do note that social distancing rules – in other words, reduced seating capacities – are still in place for most F&B establishments. It might be nigh impossible to secure a booking at your favourite restaurant for at the very least a week or two, so don’t forget that delivery is always an option to ensure that more restaurants hopefully remain in the black. Be a little forgiving though, they might need a bit more time to get back into the swing of things.

Bookmark this list and check back regularly: We’ll be updating it as more restaurants reopen, some with new menus and initiatives. After all, a fine-dining meal isn’t really the same without the liveries, service and ambience requisite of these establishments.

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    Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant, Crossroads, Marriott Cafe

    If you’re missing the alluring tastes and aromas of dim sum cooked a la minute, brought out in steaming bamboo baskets and unveiled to delight at the table, look no further. Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant brings its mastery of Cantonese cuisine back for dine-in with a luxurious seafood-inspired promotion. From Jun 26 to Jul 31, savour delicacies that show off the best of Boston lobster within Wan Hao’s refined halls. The crustaceans can be done in a variety of ways: steamed with black garlic and egg white; pan-fried with a decadent foie gras sauce and asparagus; and braised with sea urchin sauce and rice. Crossroads and Marriott Cafe are also open, if continental fare is more up your alley.

    Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. Open for lunch (12pm - 3.30pm on weekdays, half an hour earlier on weekends) and dinner (6.30pm - 10.30pm).  Tel: 6831-4605 or click here.

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