Food Republic Beer Garden
Launched in March, this open‑air food center now sits on the carpark in front of St. James Power Station, reminiscent of 60s Singapore with rustic‑style pushcarts, truck stalls and kiosks selling hawker fare. An extensive range of local and international beers, wines, spirits, cocktails and mocktails available from the Beer Garden just makes this old‑school dining experience better.
With two branches open till the wee hours, this is the place to go for prata at 3am. You can also pick from a menu of Western, Mediterranean, Indian and Thai dishes, along with the usual local street food options, all very affordable and simply delish—we’re pleased the kitchen doesn’t compromise on quality despite catering to drunk clubbers.
Hong Kong Café
If you’re out in the eastside and feeling peckish, check this place out. This establishment has been recommended many times over, choose from over 300 dishes including dim sum, fried noodles and claypot rice.
OverEasy Bar & Diner
From the crew that brought us The White Rabbit and Loof, OverEasy serves up the most delish cocktails and burgers this side of Marina Bay. A comfortable place for late night pub grub if you don’t want to sweat it out in the coffeeshops in the area.
Out in the west we have this classy joint serving fashionably good food such as pan-seared foie gras served with naan and peanut butter, pan-seared Maine scallops, hamachi tartare and desserts like chai masala crème brulee, which uses spiced sugar and jaggery foam.