6 awesome-sounding Singapore restaurants opening soon

Once you’ve exhausted your current list of new places to eat, here is what else is in the pipelines:

A creperie in a co-working space
Keong Saik has become Singapore’s hip restaurant row. The Working Capitol and its bevy of cool restaurant tenants still has room for one more. The folks behind Loof and The White Rabbit are opening The Daily Roundup, a crepe-specialty cafe slated to open in July. It will serve savory galettes and sweet crepes made with organic buckwheat flour, as well as a list of French ciders, summery spritzers and coffee from Papa Palheta. They’re also opening a beer garden that will be exclusive to members of the co-working space. 

And something on Keong Saik that’s not a bar
While the boys of Cufflink Club have been busy with the opening of their new South American restaurant and cocktail den, Vasco, they’re slated for yet another opening. Gearing up in June is Cure (21 Keong Saik Rd.), which is set to be a full-fledged restaurant that veers away from their forte of cocktails.

Bubbly and bivalves over the Padang
Elsewhere in the CBD, the il Lido Group has been busy with their two openings. Osteria Art (55 Market St.) is the latest venture that brings Italian osteria dining to Singapore. The menu’s all about the classics that shape Italian cuisine and one of the best things is the 500-bottle strong wine list. Over at the much-awaited National Gallery, Aura is a duplex that comprises an Italian restaurant and a rooftop bar overlooking the Padang. Slated to open in October, it will serve oysters, light bites and cocktails. 

British burgers on Duxton
Let’s not forget about Meatliquor SIN (99 Duxton Rd.), the local offshoot of the popular London restaurant. With an expansive and grungy industrial space; it’s all about juicy burgers, smoked meats and fun cocktails in a no-nonsense and raucous environment. Plus, this one’s slated to open in a few weeks.

A bevy of new places on Ann Siang
One that’s a bit vague is Ann Siang’s The Club Hotel (28 Ann Siang Rd.). After months of renovation, the black-and-white space (now run by Harry’s) will be home to five new restaurants, including a killer rooftop bar, as well.