8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March

As always, March comes along and we can already hear the excited buzz of holiday plans in the making. This month, bond over quality time and travel the world with your favourite people at these 8 restaurants as we present a scrumptious spread of amazing culinary heritage from around the world.


Gurney Drive


, 8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March


Making a highly-anticipated comeback after 7 years, the restaurant named after one of Penang’s most iconic roads finally reopens at Northshore Plaza II – Singapore’s first seafront neighbourhood centre. Offering authentic Penang hawker food, their uncompromising stance on delivering the most authentic experiences extends to using fresh pork lard – an indispensable part of Penang’s hawker culture – rendered in-house daily. Drop by for Penang’s famous Fried Kway Teow, Assam Laksa, Prawn Noodles and more.


Hard Rock Cafe


, 8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March


In partnership with global football superstar Lionel Messi, Hard Rock Cafe kicks off their LIVE GREATNESS campaign with a slew of Messi X Hard Rock offerings – including an all-new Messi Burger. Drop by Hard Rock to try this indulgent treat, stacked with all of the sporting legend’s favourite ingredients, including provolone cheese, chorizo, two seared beef patties, doused in Hard Rock’s signature in-house sauce, and with a fried egg thrown in for good measure – we hear that’s the way Lionel Messi loves to have his burger.


il Cielo


, 8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March


Located at the new voco Orchard Singapore, the award-winning rooftop Italian restaurant announced a refreshed concept and exciting new menu following the hotel’s revamp. Shedding their formal roots for a casual and cosy dining experience, il Cielo’s new menu offers a selection of fine Italian comfort food, featuring signatures such as the CarpaccioGranchio & AsparagiPollo al tartufo, and classic desserts like the Panna Cotta alle nocciole.


London Fat Duck


, 8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March


Known to serve one of the best ducks in the world, London Fat Duck spotlights their globally-acclaimed Irish ducks in a month-long “Delectable Irish Ducks” promotion. Their award-winning duck breed is commonly touted as the Wagyu of Ducks due to their unique high fat-to-meat ratio.

At London Fat Duck, they marry the succulent Irish duck with a masterful Hong Kong-style roast, employing a secret roasting method and heritage recipe. Along with their famous roast duck, the month-long promotion also includes their XO Duck Bak Kwa Fried Rice and Signature Black Pepper London Duck Bun.




, 8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March


Singapore’s first wood-fire Korean BBQ, OMMA cooks up vegetables, seafood, and cuts of premium meat over smokeless charcoal, complemented by five types of carefully selected wood. Their all-natural smokeless wood charcoal ensures that flavour is no lost over the grill. Choose from their additional firewood – applewood, cherry, pecan, hickory, and jarrah – for further flavour enhancements of your choice.

Presenting over 60 à la carte options, their must-trys include the Japanese A4 Ribeye/Striploin, Iberico Pork Jowl, and their Beef Tartare Korean-Style.


Seafood Paradise


, 8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March


Celebrating their 1st anniversary at Vivocity, Seafood Paradise launches new mouth-watering additions to their menu. These include the Champagne Pork Belly Rib, Roasted Chicken with Crispy Garlic, Stir-fried Boston Lobster with Black Truffle, and their exceptionally fresh and sweet Salt-baked Sri Lankan Crab.

From 07 Mar – 17 Apr, head over to enjoy 50% off weekly-selected signature dishes.


Tippling Club


, 8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March


The award-winning gastro-cocktail destination recently launched the latest edition of their innovative dinner tasting menu. Inspired by the team’s fortnightly epicurean experiments, Chef-Owner Ryan Clift and Head Chef Ayo Adeyemi redefine the experience with their own touch to present exquisitely composed dishes.

The menu will feature a creative range of ingredients and techniques, showcasing the freshest produce through highlights such as the bite-sized Wagyu Tartare Tartlet, where A5 wagyu beef classic tartare with confit egg is served in charcoal tart pastry, Chef Clift’s Liquid Omelette, a velvety smooth omelette suspended in a rich broth then topped with a generous serving of black truffles, morels, black Corsican pancetta, and vin jaune cream, and the charming Musk Melon à la Japanese Slipper.


White Marble


, 8 restaurants to check out in Singapore this March


An exquisite tribute to the Mediterranean, White Marble is a Mediterranean grill restaurant by Chef Otto Weibel. Using fresh, quality produce prepared with rigour and simplicity, Chef Otto recreates the classic flavours of the region, taking diners on a gastronomic journey around the land, sea, cultures, and lifestyles of that fabled region.

Highlights include their signature Mezze Plate, a sharing platter for two, Roasted Butternut Squash, their take on the classic Bouillabaisse, Prawn Bucatini Puttanesca, and the Lamb & Pistachio Kofta.