What does this restaurant serve? Here’s a one-word clue

Charr’d is a 50-seat halal steakhouse in Changi Road that prides itself on serving what “the best meat money can buy”. PHOTO: TAN HSUEH YUN
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SINGAPORE – What’s in a restaurant name these days? Enigma and brevity. A slew of restaurants have opened recently, all with one-word names.

Some of these are Ahara, Aniba, Barood, Charr’d, Ikkagoyo, Numb, Province and Woke. They join others such as Binary, Born, Marguerite, Nae:um, Path, Poise, Rempapa, Revolver, Sommer, Sonder and Willow.

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