Where to Eat in Singapore This Week: The Halia, Lucali Bygb, The Knolls, Waterfall Italian Ristorante, Plentyfull Bakery & Deli
Additional reporting by Andrea Saadan
As more and more restaurants have re-opened during phase two, it's the best time to rediscover our island's best restaurants by dining out or ordering takeaways. While you're at it, why not get rewarded with amazing prizes and staycations?
1/5 The Halia
Thanks to its islandwide delivery service, you don’t need to leave the comforts of your home to savour the restaurant’s signature dishes such as spicy chilli crab spaghettini or chilli crab gratin.
There’s a host of sumptuous offerings from the online menu, from à la carte dishes, bento boxes to communal feasts to feed the whole family. Choose the foremost option and get 10 per cent off the total bill when you use the promo code, HaliaSGTat. Click here for more information.
2/5 Lucali Bygb
The much-awaited pizza place, which is the sister restaurant of New York’s famed Lucali, has finally opened its doors in Singapore. And fans can’t get enough of its signature Brooklyn pies, made to chef-founder's Mark Iacono’s exacting standards and finished with the ‘Brooklyn combination’ of buffalo mozzarella, low-moisture mozzarella, and shaved Grana Padano.
Chef Ariana Flores, formerly of Osteria Mozza, and hospitality expert Gibran Baydoun have also jazzed up the menu with more nostalgic dishes, such as lasagne and cacio e pepe. Click here for more information.
Lucali Bygb | 66 Kampong Bugis, Level M, S(338987) | 8284 1325 | Book here
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3/5 The Knolls
Hankering for delicious and authentic Mediterranean fare? You only need to go to Capella Singapore to tuck into the restaurant’s United We Dine five-course set for two, available until August 31.
Standouts include the roasted baby carrots, and the black truffle and cauliflower soup, made more decadent with the addition of Hokkaido scallop and comte cheese. For mains, you can go for the baked cod fillet, jazzed up with seasonal vegetables and champagne sauce, or braised Wagyu beef short rib bedecked with chanterelle mushrooms, grilled asparagus and caramelised shallots. Click here for more information.
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4/5 Waterfall Italian Ristorante
How about treating your family to an Italian feast this week? At this restaurant, the culinary team has prepared a spread for four guests, comprising Italian classics.
You can be sure that there’s pizza, and what you’ll get is loaded with mozzarella, taleggio and spicy salami. Don’t forget the pastas, of which you’ll be served two options: mixed seafood pasta with tomato sauce and parsley, and homemade pasta tossed with lamb ragu and mushrooms. Click here for more information.
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5/5 Plentyfull Bakery & Deli
If you're looking for a meal that's hearty and comforting without going overboard on the caloric count, a visit to Plentyfull Bakery & Deli should do the trick. While their main outlet at Millennia Walk closed recently, fans can seek solace in the fact that they can still visit the sister branch at Great World City. The menu here includes dishes that are made using the freshest produce with artisanal ingredients and most of the food are made from scratch daily.
So expect freshly prepared pasta, sandwiches, salads alongside well-loved brunch options (available daily till 5pm) such as their organic egg and cheese melt, crème brûlée French toast and more. The Veganator Tartine, an open-faced sandwich with thick slices of grilled aubergine, confit roma tomato and zucchini, is a must-try for both veggie and meat lovers alike.
Plentyfull Bakery & Deli | 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #B1-K119, Great World | 6721 9952 | firstname.lastname@example.org