The Tea Party (Biopolis)

The sister branch of Bukit Timah’s original The Tea Party serves up comfort food like soups, pastas and scones. Best of all, it’s a pet-friendly cafe, so you can bring your pooches along. 

E’spuma Lab

This affordable, casual diner wedged between fast food eateries brings fine dining and gastronomic techniques to the masses with lots of sous vide and espuma (ie foam) offerings. The small menu features fusion takes on local dishes like sous vide eggs with mushrooms or smoked Norwegian salmon (both $3.80), Cajun chicken leg with espuma curry […]


French-Japanese fusion fare on cool Jalan Besar

Alt Pizza

This contemporary and artisanal pizza bar presents a DIY concept where diners get customize their pizza with toppings like manchego cheese, chipotle chicken, chorizo, roasted onions, white truffle oil and more. There are even sauce bases that extend farther than mere tomato sauce, like pesto, red pepper cream and hickory barbecue. If you’re not in […]

SCUM Cinema presents: Riki Oh: The Story of Ricky

SCUM are keeping the cult factor up with yet another kooky movie offering. Hong Kong film Riki Oh‘s (R21) twisted plot involving futuristic prison cells, ultra-violent showdowns and of course, sweet martial art moves will awe and terrify. Register free of charge at their website, and turn up before 8PM to collect your wrist tags.

Skins by Joshua Bonson

The youngest recepient of the Togart Contemporary Art Award, Bonson’s most recent contemporary artwork alludes to his Aboriginal lineage and culture. The rising Australian artist’s first solo exhibition outside of his native Australia will feature his work in abstract expressionism, particularly his exploration of the highly textured skin of saltwater crocodiles.

A Drawing Show

Drawing gets serious with this sketch-centric exhibition featuring artists from Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand. Pop down and catch a two-man sketch-off performance on opening night (Aug 1) or the public talk “Drawing in Contemporary Singapore” (Aug 23).