Open for business

1 GREENWOOD FISH MARKET

Seafood lovers, kick back at Quayside Isle at the new Greenwood Fish Market restaurant, which also features an oyster bar and bakery.

Menu highlights include the cold seafood platter ($99, photo 1) with steamed Boston lobster (half), oysters, New Zealand green lip mussels, apple-wood cold smoked salmon with Spanish onions; sashimi platter ($42 for up to three people); whole Arctic char ($99.99 for 1kg) roasted in a wood oven with vegetables and potatoes; and monkfish stew ($32.99).

For more variety, the menu has burgers such as pulled pork sandwich ($19.99) and pastas such as spaghetti vongole ($23.99).

Where: Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove, 01-04/05


PHOTOS: KITH CAFE, CRAVE, SQUEEZED!, QUAYSIDE ISLE@SENTOSA COVE, THE WORLD IS FLAT

Open: Noon to 10.30pm daily, 2.30 to 6pm (drinks and oysters only)

Info: Call 6262-0450


2 SQUEEZED!

Known for its cold-pressed juices and yogurt, the latest Squeezed! outlet has opened at Punggol Waterway Point.

The brand also offers its popular briyo bun, a brioche bun filled with all-natural frozen yogurt and other fillings,and “squeezed” inside toasters.

Sweet briyo signatures include Elvis Reese, which is Reese peanut butter cup mixed with almonds, and frozen yogurt drizzled with fruit berry sauce; and Smores and More, with crushed walnuts and chocolate chip cookies drizzled with dark chocolate sauce, and frozen yogurt topped with mini marshmallows.

Two savoury signatures are also available– teriyaki chicken and truffled macaroni with nacho cheese.

The signature briyo buns cost $5.80 each, but you can customise your own too (photo 2), from $4.30 for a plain briyo with frozen yogurt. Add 90 cents for one topping and $1.50 for two toppings.

Pair your bun with cold-pressed juices, priced at $5.20 (360ml) and $6.20 (500ml).

Where: Punggol Waterway Point, 83 Punggol Central, B1-K8

Open: 10am to 10pm daily

Info: www.squeezed.sg


3 KITH CAFE

Popular brunch spot Kith cafe officially opened its fourth outlet yesterday in Millenia Walk.

The 2,850 sq ft outlet includes two private soundproof rooms for meetings and events, as well as power plugs and charging stations at the dining area.

Signature items include the Kith breakfast ($19, photo 3) with a choice of toast and eggs, smoked bratwurst, crispy bacon, roasted tomato and rosemary-garlic mushrooms; Kith super salad ($16); and Kith black curry ($19), black chicken curry with mixed salad, poached egg and baked banana leaf rice.

Or check out new dishes such as smoked salmon sous-vide eggs ($19); gratin scrambled eggs ($18) with smoked bratwurst, roasted broccoli and onion chilli jam; osso bucco ($28), braised lamb shank with root vegetables and coriander capsicum cous cous; and steak and fries ($30).

Other highlights include gamberoni ($23), which is king prawn linguini with roasted peanuts and kale; wagyu beef burger ($24); and roasted pumpkin salad ($15).

Where: Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard, 01-44/45

Open: 8am to 10pm daily

Info: Call 6333-4438 or e-mail enquiry@kith.com.sg


4 CRAVE

The original Adam Road nasi lemak by Selera Rasa meets the teh tarik by Rafee's Corner from Amoy Street Food Centre at Crave, a new eatery in Ion Orchard's Basement 4 food hall.

Pick from five set meals with ingredients such as fish fillet and bergedil or potato cutlet ($4.90), and chicken wing and egg ($5.90). Or go for the works with the Royal Rumble set ($6.90, photo 4), with chicken wing, bergedil and fish.

Each meal comes with fragrant coconut basmati rice and house-made sambal which is cooked for up to five hours. Sides include otah ($1.80) and chicken wings ($3.90 for three pieces).

Drink options include the signature teh tarik or teh halia ($1.80 each) from Rafee's Corner, as well as bandung ($2.50) and Milo ($1.80).

Where: Ion Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, B4-58/59

Open: 9.30am to 9.30pm daily

Info: Call 6238-7181 or go to www.facebook.com/CRAVEnasilemak/


5 TANUKI RAW RE-OPENS

Fans of Tanuki Raw’s rice bowls such as the signature truffle yakiniku donburi can visit the restaurant when it reopens tomorrow at Orchard Central.

New dishes include foie gras doughnut with pan-seared foie gras, sauteed mushrooms and sour cream; spicy salmon doughnut with spicy, cubed salmon sashimi, sauteed mushrooms and sour cream; and truffle carpaccio roll with scallop, white tuna and avocado on top of prawn tempura, snow crab and cucumber.

Other dishes include negitoro herumetto, which is spicy fatty tuna with avocado, tomato, onions and lettuce stuffed into house-made seaweed taco shells, topped with cheese and spring onion; and Fat Samurai (photo 5), a twist on the Chicago-style deep-dish pizza, with duck confit, bacon, prawn, burnt onions, smashed US beef, roasted cabbage, konbu mayonnaise, balsamic okonomiyaki sauce, crispy bonito flakes, mozzarella and brie, all on an umami charcoal crust.

Donburis are priced from $12.90 (lunch) and $15 (dinner). The other items are between $6 and $22.

Where: Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road, 04-01

Open: 11am to10pmdaily

Info: www.facebook.com/tanukibar


Eunice Quek


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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 10, 2016, with the headline 'Open for business'. Print Edition | Subscribe