Make a trip to Singapore's first Peruvian cevicheria, Tono Cevicheria, for authentic Peruvian cuisine and salsa music.
This beach-decor restaurant is the brainchild of Peruvian chef Daniel Chavez, co-owner and chef of Ola Cocina Del Mar at Marina Bay Financial Centre.
The restaurant's signature dishes are its ceviches, which are made to order. They combine fresh seafood and red onions with "Leche de Tigre" (Tiger's Milk), a citrus-based marinade of limes and chillies.
One option is Ceviche Clasico ($25), a traditional ceviche that can be found in Peru.
Other items on the menu include Anticuchos ($22 for chicken, $25 for beef), which features marinated chicken or beef skewers, chalaquita sauce and panca chilli.
Where: 01-49/50 Duo Galleria, 7 Fraser Street
Open: Noon to 2.30pm and 6 to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays), 6 to 10pm (Saturdays), closed on Sundays
Promoting healthy and therapeutic eating in Singapore is Frunatic, a fine-dining wellness restaurant at Palais Renaissance.
Behind the menu is a team of wellness professionals, comprising nutritionists, dietitians, naturopathic doctors, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and experienced chefs. The restaurant serves only vegan food and beverages with no dairy, gluten, trans fat, additives, cholesterol or preservatives.
Diners can choose between two eight-course combination sets ($108.80 a set). The menu explains the wellness benefits of each dish. An example in one of the sets is the Japanese Yam Noodles, which aid digestion.
Other healthy options, such as cold-pressed juices ($9) and raw nutrient dense cakes ($12), can be bought at its delicatessen, Wholesome Savour, outside the restaurant.
Where: B1-06 Palais Renaissance, 390 Orchard Road
Open: 9am to 3pm and 5 to 9pm daily
Joining the halal cafe scene in Singapore is Santap, a new in-house cafe of luxury boutique hotel The Daulat.
Named after the phrase "to eat" in Malay, Santap's menu features healthy clean eats.
Its popular dishes are the rice bowls ($15), made of cauliflower florets and wholegrain brown rice, topped with alfalfa, red daikon and spinach. Diners can choose from salmon, lamb, shrimp, beef or portobello mushroom accompanied with a choice of dressing.
Brunch selections such as Avocado Frittata and Smoked Salmon ($15), as well as pizzas such as Portobello Pizza ($13), are also on the menu.
Santap's dishes are made with fresh produce sourced from the nearby market in Madras Street.
Where: 16 Madras Street
Open: 11am to 10pm daily
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