It feels like yesterday

It feels like yesterday

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That we launched EATSingapore 2016. The first edition of Singapore’s best dining guide, with our 12 recommended restaurants for 2016. We’re proud that over a 1,000 people picked up our book and used it throughout the year – some calling it ‘A Food-Lover’s Perfect Pocket Companion’ and others saying EAT gives them ‘Fantastic Value at amazing Restaurants’. Keep them coming these reviews!

This year has flown by and before we realised we’re ready (or kinda ready) for the launch of our second edition. Our beautiful books arrived over the weekend and we can’t wait to share it with you as of next week!

What is EATSingapore again?

Looking for the best dining recommendations of Singapore – look no further! We are here to help and selected 12 gems for you to visit in the upcoming year. Visit them all with your copy of EATSingapore and you’ll get a free main course at each of them! It’s with reason we’re the most appreciated gift in Singapore!

Which restaurants are in the 2017 book?

It wasn’t an easy selection I can tell you – there are so many good restaurants – and we wanted to introduce you to 12 new restaurants. I’m proud to present to you: our 12 restaurants for 2017:


Alati | Authentic Greek restaurant in the bustling area of Amoy Street where all dishes are made from scratch
Aura | Located in the beautiful National Gallery, Aura serves classic Italian cuisine from all regions.
BAM! | Spanish inspired tapas with a focus on pairing each dish with Sake, located on Tras Street
Chef’s Table | Also on Tras Street, ingredients take centre stage here on their daily changing 4, 6 or 8 course degustation menu.
CreatureS | A hidden gem in Little India serving contemporary East meets West cuisine with a Peranakan and local flair.
Dehesa | Offering a gastronomic adventure with nose to tail dining – trust us, you’re in for a treat here on North Canal Road.
Meta | is a chic hideout in the trendy Keong Saik area offering classically, French prepared dishes with an Asian twist.
Morsels | Fusion cuisine serving beautiful sharing dishes, located in this pre-war shop house in Little India.
Salted & Hung | Contemporary Australian cuisine On Purvis Street using traditional curing methods, combined with smoking or pickling.
The Song of India | Michelin Star restaurant taking you on a gastronomical journey through India in a black & white bungalow on Scotts Road.
Tong Le | Contemporary Chinese restaurant taking you for a spin over dinner in the heart of historical landmark Collyer Quay.
UsQuBa | Looking out over Marina Bay Sands from One Fullerton pair your Modern European dishes with the finest whiskies.

EATSingapore & Friends

In addition to our 12 carefully selected restaurants – we would like to introduce you to our dear industry friends that we think you will appreciate.


Excellent food should be enjoyed with a good glass of wine and for this we introduce Cloudy Bay, a winemaking gem from New Zealand. They will join our culinary journey this year.
At the end of a great dinner we appreciate a good cuppa coffee and nothing beats having freshly ground beans at home. Perk Coffee offers you just that; home delivery of freshly roasted beans.
When celebrating you want to have a glass of champagne – we recommend Ruinart. The Ruinart House is the first champagne house of France and was established in 1729. Try their exceptional Ruinart Blanc de Blancs.
For home dinners we rely on fresh produce and delicacies from Swiss Butchery & Frish Seafood. They’ll help you to make your dinner party seem effortless yet perfectly executed with the best meat and fish as well as complementing products in store.
This year we are introducing a charity partnership with Venture2Impact to support their IdeaForce 2017 in Batam Riau, Indonesia. We are passionate about the support we can offer and hope you can join us!

We hope you enjoy and support our Restaurants and FRIENDS.

Explore, indulge and be passionate.
Now, go forth and feast!

Karin & Peter

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