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5 Best New Restaurant in Singapore [2023]

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New Restaurants Singapore

Best New Restaurant Singapore
Best New Restaurants Singapore

If you’re looking for some of the best New Restaurants in Singapore, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite new restaurants in town, each with its own unique style and flavor. Whether you’re in the mood for Italian, Japanese, or French cuisine, we’ve got you covered. So what are you waiting for? Check out our list and start planning your next dining experience!

1. Sol & Luna

Sol & Luna - New Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Sol & Luna)
Sol & Luna – New Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Sol & Luna)
Key Services: French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish cuisines
Address: 88 Market Street, CapitaSpring #17-01 Singapore 048948
Phone: +65 8031 4316
Operating Hours: Monday – Friday: 11am to 12am
Saturday: 8am to 12am
Sunday: 8am – 5pm

Make your way to the beautiful Green Oasis and you’ll discover Sol & Luna, a new 1-Group establishment in the form of a Latin-European restaurant. The space is appropriately named after the sun and moon in Latin, which transforms from morning to day’s end. With cuisine created by the head of culinary development Felix Chong, the menu highlights Italian, French, Portuguese, and Spanish cuisines.

Key Differentiators:

  • All-day dining concept
  • With spectacular panoramas of the CBD, Singapore River, and even the Padang
  • Also cater weddings, corporate and social events

Customer Review 

A hidden park in the city. Nice place. I loved the vibe. We had our family brunch here (March 2022) after an early Saturday walk at the CBD area to avoid the crowd. We ordered bread, mains and dessert. We ordered 2 each kind for 3 pax and we liked everything especially the lamb and sourdough. The desserts we ordered were all to our preference. Not so sweet. The place was quiet and good for family chat and friends out. I saw they have a long list of beverage menu and I would love to come back for evening drinks after work . I highly recommend this place

Phen D R


Shabu-Go - New Restaurant Singapore (Credit: RE&S)
Shabu-Go – New Restaurants Singapore (Credit: RE&S)
Key Services: Casual Japanese hotpot restaurant
Address: 23 Serangoon Central, #B1-80 nex, S556083
Phone: +65-6252-0810
Operating Hours: 11:00am to 10:00pm daily

Make this your new favorite spot for steamboat cravings. Dining here is a bargain, with pocket-friendly meat and vegetable hotpot sets available. Order up seafood like the Go special prawn paste, salmon, mussels, and prawns if you’re having a family dinner. Plus, all the veggies, mushrooms, tofu, and noodles you could want. Don’t forget to bring dipping sauces like tangy green chili and sweet lemongrass spicy dip!

Key Differentiators:

  • Enjoy affordable Japanese hotpot sets of meat and vegetables from $9.90
  • Must-try soup bases: Refreshing Yuzu Dashi, All-time Favourite Sukiyaki, Collagen-rich Paitan and Nourishing Ginseng Tonkotsu
  • Semi-self service restaurant

Customer Review 

Came on a Saturday night and managed to get a table within 20 minutes, service was prompt and food came first. Portion just nice for one person. Chicken collagen soup tasted bland at the start but once u add in the ingredients, the soup is quite tasty. Sukiyaki soup on the salty side. Very value for money

Hui Ling Chai

3. Love Handle

Love Handle - New Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Love Handle)
Love Handle – New Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Love Handle)
Key Services: Asia’s 1st plant-based butcher
Address: 8 Ann Siang Hill Singapore 069788
Phone: +65 8886 7112
Operating Hours: Mon – Wed: 11am – 10pm
Thur – Fri: 11am – 10:30pm
Saturday: 10am – 10:30pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm

So you’ve given Love Handle’s plant-based burgers a shot and liked them. Get ready for Asia’s first plant-based butcher, with a dine-in deli, as it transforms into the continent’s first plant-based butchery. From the variety that includes brands such as Omnimeat, as well as in-house recipes, you may buy raw, marinated, and cooked “meats,” condiments, and dairy goods. This restaurant isn’t just for vegans, though. Meat-eaters looking to adopt a more cruelty-free, environmentally friendly diet may enjoy themselves as well.

Key Differentiators:

  • One-stop shop for all plant-based meaty cravings
  • Vegan concept store
  • The restaurant has 3 sections, the butchery showcases raw meats, marinated and prepared meats, condiments, and dairy.

Customer Review 

Wow! Loved the theme of this diner. Really on point with the furniture, neon colors and art work. We ordered the Shaun-San burger- a double patty wagyu beef burger, and truffle fries. I have no words to describe how good it was, you gotta try for yourselves! It paired well with the Fresh Squeeze IPA. Orders and payments are done via app, it was our first time there so I felt like asking the waiter for recommendations but there weren’t waiters around. Nonetheless, staff is friendly and it’s definitely a 5 star!

Paulo Victor

4. Tigress

Tigress - New Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Tigress)
Tigress – New Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Tigress)
Key Services: Korean-inspired café by day and bar at night
Address: Orchardgateway, 277 Orchard Road, Singapore 238858 | Unit 03–17 & 03-18
Phone: (65) 9189 6975
Operating Hours: Daily from 12pm – 11pm

Sharing a location with Kommune at 82 Social House in Orchard, Tigress is a quirky Korean fusion gastropub that specializes in burgers, pizzas, and tapas plates with a side of billiards. If you’re searching for some post-meal entertainment, why not challenge your buddies to a game? The high-ceilinged industrial area has lush vegetation strewn about, giving it a totally photo-worthy look.

Key Differentiators:

  • Cafe and Bar
  • With private dining room
  • Ideal hang-out place

Customer Review 

One of the best places to hang out in town!!! My friends and I had a lot of fun with the PS5 😀 also got to try the kimchi beef burger & berries bliss milkshake at Tigress….and it was SO GOOD. Brownie points for the 100/10 amazing service & ambience in both Kommune & Tigress too!


5. House On The Moon

House On The Moon - New Restaurant Singapore (Credit: House On The Moon)
House On The Moon – New Restaurants Singapore (Credit: House On The Moon)
Key Services: Modern European restaurant
Address: 1 Selegie Road, GR.iD. #01-13, s(188306)
Phone: +65 82804327
Operating Hours: Dessert Dining: Close on Monday
Other days
12:00PM to 3:00PM
6:30PM to 10:00PM
Last Order: 8:00PM
Takeaway: 12:00PM to 7:30PM

This dessert bar is back, and with it comes Instagram-worthy five- and seven-course set meals that will blow your mind. Huseyin Turan, who runs the restaurant with his wife, takes things out of the box and blurs the line between sweet and salty. Your dining experience will be memorable thanks to him.

Key Differentiators:

  • Open-concept dessert bar
  • The dessert bar was designed by award-winning spatial designer, SODA (Spirit of Design Analogy)
  • Specializes in dessert-dining, combining culinary savoir faire with pastry-making techniques to create unique dishes

Customer Review 

A very unique dining experience which surprised us. Amazed at how the chef and team manage to present their interpretation of dessert and food. Delicious food and drinks, with an unbelievably affordable price point. Will definitely be back!

Lewis Wen Cheng Khaw

New Restaurants Singapore

As Singapore’s culinary scene continues to grow and evolve, so does the number of amazing New Restaurants popping up all over the city. From Italian to Japanese to French cuisine, there’s something for everyone when it comes to dining out in Singapore. So if you’re looking for a new and exciting culinary experience, be sure to check out one of the new restaurants listed above!

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Rachel Tan is the editor at FunEmpire Media Singapore. She has over 8 years of experience in the media industry discovering the best local businesses, places and things to do in Singapore. From lifestyle, entertainment, food, travel, education and more, Rachel is a trusted source to curate the very best Singapore has to offer.