New restaurants that offer multisensory dining experiences

A dynamic city that boasts a passionate dining scene, Singapore is a dream destination for food lovers. Treat your foodie clients to tantalising feasts and unforgettable experiences at these trendy new restaurants, which have garnered many repeat customers.


Restaurant Zén

A dish from Restaurant Zén

Invite your clients to embark on a gastronomical journey in Restaurant Zén, Swedish chef Björn Frantzén’s first-ever restaurant in Singapore. Well-known for his three-Michelin-starred Restaurant Frantzén in Stockholm, chef Frantzén has opened Zén on the premises previously occupied by the now-defunct two-Michelin-starred Restaurant André.

Within Zén’s intimate 24-seater restaurant, diners embark on a gastronomical journey anchored by chef Björn’s creative approach towards Nordic, French and Japanese cuisines. Comprising nine courses and canapes, this fixed menu costs S$450++ per diner and uses Frantzén’s meticulous techniques and hand-picked seasonal produce from around the region and beyond. Foodies looking for a lavish dining experience can enjoy this tasting menu as it is served progressively across three floors of the restaurant—canapes and aperitifs on its first floor, the main course on its second floor and lastly, dessert on its third floor.

Tables for each month will open for reservations on the 1st of that month at 10am, Singapore time.

Address: 41 Bukit Pasoh Road

Opening Hours: Tue- Sun (Dinner only)

Seating Capacity: 24 pax


To book: Call +65 9236 6368 or email

Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari

Entrance to Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari at Dempsey

Treat your clients to a walk on the wild side at this Safari-inspired café. Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari  (TBB Safari) is located within the premises of Open Farm Community, a lauded restaurant that farms its own produce and even has a playground for children. TBB Safari has a 3,000-square-foot garden that grows many varieties of local plants and flowers, foraged daily to form the key ingredients of TBB Safari’s menu. This 46-seater glamping cafe is cooled by eco-friendly air-coolers and has a see-through canvas roof, through which diners can enjoy a clear view of the sky during both day and night. This fifth outlet of the acclaimed Tiong Bahru Bakery chain serves the franchise’s award-winning croissants, which are made using 100% French butter and flour, and are freshly baked every two hours on weekdays and every hour on weekends.

A cup of Beetroot Latte

Your guests will love TBB Safari’s innovative pastries, colourful caffeine-free lattes, fresh juices and assortment of breakfast staples. They are highly recommended to try signature exclusives such as the turmeric and ginger latte, and beetroot and roselle latte, alongside “super breakfast jars” made using turmeric roots, rojak flowers (torch ginger) and other edible flowers mixed with rolled oats and tapioca ‘sago’ pearls. These breakfast jars start from S$6.50 each.

Reservations are only accepted for bookings of the whole establishment, and must be confirmed at least one week in advance. For menu customisations, liaise with the establishment a week in advance.

Address: Open Farm Community, 130E Minden Road

Opening Hours: Daily 8am- 6pm

Seating Capacity: 46 pax


To book: Call +65 6877 4876 or email contact: James Verheggen)

The Spot

Flatlay of dishes at The Spot

Leveraging on the rich, unique flavours of Southeast Asian sauces and prepared using fine contemporary European techniques, The Spot is a multi-concept venue that offers all-day dining. This eclectic F&B concept comprises a café, restaurant, bar and accompanying cigar lounge, and is nestled in Singapore’s Central Business District. Guests can indulge in specialty cocktails concocted by an award-winning in-house mixologist and treat themselves to creative dishes like hand-chopped beef tartare, glazed local duck breast, liquorice root ice cream and potato pavé (an angular potato cold dish). Specialising in curating bespoke experiences for groups, as well as customising packages that cater to various themes and dietary preferences, The Spot can accommodate various functions like private events and big group gatherings. Guests who want more privacy can also book the private room, which seats up to 15 people.

Address: Marina One, 5 Straits View #01-26/27

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 7.30am -11pm; Sat 5-11pm

Seating Capacity: 99 pax indoors, 66 pax outdoors


To book: Call +65 8183 3162 or email contact: Helena Faith Liu)


Transparent sugar glass apple dessert

Themed on a casual reinterpretation of gourmet dining, table65 is a brand new establishment helmed by celebrated chefs Richard van Oostenbrugge and Thomas Groot of the critically acclaimed restaurant 212 in Amsterdam. Named in tribute to the country code of Singapore, this restaurant will enthral your guests with a plethora of local and international flavours. Diners can sit along the kitchen counter that wraps the perimeter of the chefs’ work space, from which they can witness all the action, as skilled chefs whip up signature dishes such as ‘Os a Moelle’ veal tartare with smoked herring, bone marrow and cockles. For dessert, patrons are recommended to try “Apple”, a stunning dessert featuring a transparent sugar glass bubble encasing a core of apple sherbet with salted caramel and walnuts on a puff pastry base. Prices start from S$148++ per pax for a five-course “Discovery” menu, and go up to S$218++ for an eight-course “Experiential” menu. A private dining room that seats 12 guests is also available.

Address: Hotel Michael at Resorts World™ Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway Level 1

Opening Hours: Tue-Sat 6-10.30pm; Closed on Mon and Sun (except Public Holidays)

Seating Capacity: 32 pax in the main dining room, 12 pax in the private dining room


To book: Call +65 6577 7939 or email

Mythz & Myths

Dish at Mythz & Myths

A short stroll from the banks of the historic Singapore River, Mythz & Myths is an open-kitchen restaurant with a modern steampunk-themed cocktail bar. Head bartender Darren Lim explains his pop culture-inspired concoctions through hand-drawn manga, while chef Martin Wong employs different culinary techniques from around the world in dishes like bone marrow and hamachi crudo (an Italian raw fish dish). Raised in an Asian family but inspired by French cuisine, chef Martin’s fusion dishes will delight your guests with refreshing new experiences. Big groups can enjoy customised menus and discounts.

Address: CMO Building, 50 South Bridge Rd #01-00

Opening Hours: Tue-Fri noon-midnight; Sat 5pm-midnight

Seating Capacity: 22 pax in the restaurant, 35 pax at the bar


To book: Call +65 9743 2873 or email (Trade contact: Kelvin Ng)