Two New Luxury Restaurants In Singapore That You Must Try This March!

Who doesn’t love some luxuriously delicious gourmet food, right?
I’m sure we all would readily be willing to fly to our favorite places in the world to try our favorite cuisines. Everyone loves to try new stuff and as long as it’s worth every penny spent in terms of the experience, the ambiance and of course the taste, no one is hesitant in shedding some extra cash for food.
That’s how much we love food.

On that note, here are 2 great new restaurants in Singapore that you must try this March. Well, if you’re a food buff like me, then I would say it’s a must try. If you’re a regular foodie, then you should try these.

Fynn’s  in Singapore

This is best if you want to try some great Australian food in Singapore. It is a simple casual modern Australian restaurant located near the JW Marriott Hotel, near the South Beach development in Singapore. It provides the ambiance of a casual walk-in to a café that serves some fresh heavy meals along with the perfect cup of coffee.
The all-day dining menu at Fynn’s also boasts of some amazing salads such as crispy kale with granola, ricotta, garlic croutons and some sprinkles of pomegranate vinaigrette. Other delectable stuff include grilled chicken with wild fried rice, edamame, snow peas, eggs and pickled vegetables, pita stuffed with pulled chicken, hummus and cranberries etc.
Fynn’s also offers lactose, gluten free or vegetarian food too.



Nosh Greenhouse

This one is for those of you who like to indulge themselves in a variety of cuisines, all served best in the most authentic way. Nosh Greenhouse is located in the Rochester Park in Singapore and it offers a historic colonial set up of a casual bistro in a black and white house, along with a restaurant and a bar. Some of the most tempting items from their globally inspired cuisine include the lightly battered tempura soft shell crab with red coconut curry or a rich Iberico jowl coated with a sweet and savory sticky stout glaze accompanied with pickled kimchi-apple etc. for a small plate. For mains, there are options like a hearty lamb shank mechoui with oh-so tasty accompaniments or locally sourced pan-roasted barramundi served with delicious coconut based accompaniments etc.


Wow! I think I am already drooling here. And I think I can almost hear some drooling noises from the other side as well.

So now you know where to be headed this weekend.

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