Book a table at Singapore’s hottest new restaurants*

[SPONSORED] With so many hot restaurants opening every month, these are the ones worth spending your hard-earned dimes on. And you don’t have to fret about waiting for tables when you book through Chope.

Fix Grill

Meat-centric grills seem to be the trend du jour. This Mediterranean grill specializes in fresh flavors that evoke the sunny shores of Europe’s coasts. On the menu are things like watermelon prawn salad with feta cheese, as well as comfort food like smoked duck arancini—that is, risotto balls packed with smoky meat. Don’t miss the grill platter that comes with Greek-style beef keftedes, lamb moussaka and chicken tsukune skewers. Book now!

FYR Cycene Ond Drinc

Don’t be intimidated by the strange-sounding name. It’s just the “olde” way of saying Fire Kitchen and Drink. No points for guessing that this place also focuses on grilled food. They use a wow-worthy Josper grill instead of fire, and the menu is full of slate-plated dishes like whole Maine lobster in lemongrass bechamel and a sharing platter of five spice chicken, beef striploin and Asian-spiced tiger prawns with sauces like truffle, foie gras and salsa. Book now!

Kanshoku Ramen

With a name that translates to “finish every last bit of food” this new ramen shop promises some pretty addictive broth. The tonkotsu- and shoyu-based broths are simmered for at least eight hours and paired with straight Hakata-style noodles that make slurping this bowl up easy. Each bowl comes with char siew or pork belly slices and you can add an ajitama onsen egg, too. If you have room for more, don’t forget to the order a side of chicken karaage. Book now!


Ann Siang’s popular restaurant Lolla reboots and opens a second outlet at the hip co-working space, The Working Capitol, on Keong Saik. Here, it’s all about small plates of modern European, Mediterranen-leaning food. While the menu changes daily, the open-concept space does plates like chargrilled iberico pork, roasted kingfish loin and roasted quail stuffed with duck foie gras and raisins. Book now!

Opus Bar & Grill

The reimagined Checkers Brasserie at Hilton Hotel has a sexy new concept. With an Aussie chef in the kitchen, there are lots of simple flavors that pack a punch. The impressive mahogany-lined dining room is an apt setting for eating Kobe wagyu ribeye steaks, juicy burgers stuffed with wagyu beef and caramelized onions, and 36-hour pork belly with lychee and coffee. Book now!


This sexy Italian eatery is ideal for a long and leisurely night of eating and drinking. Wine is the star of the show at this industrial but cozy space decked out in wine crates and black steel frames. Whether you’re in the mood to share or want to tuck into a hearty pasta, choose from dishes like spaghetti chitarre with scampi, claypot fregola with fresh lobster and pan-roasted black cod fish. Obviously, save room for desserts like the signature tiramisu. Book now!

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