The Weekly Grub: 5 Things To Eat & Drink in Singapore This Week

The first week of November sees new menus at an celebrity chef helmed Italian restaurant and The Summerhouse, dishes with a citrusy touch at a wine bar, as well as fresh offerings from a stalwart cafe-bistro. Also, this week’s big gastronomic adventure is a collaboration between a burger specialist and a well-loved local chef – don’t miss it!

Dishes Upsized at Osteria Mozza

Bone Marrow Pie. Photo courtesy of Marina Bay Sands

Italian fine dining at Osteria Mozza just got a lot larger as they introduce large-format dishes to their menus. Best for sharing with a group of friends and family, dig into plates such as the Dry-Aged Porterhouse (from $130++) of 150-day grass-fed Black Angus beef from Queensland, Australia, and the Beef Cheek & Bone Marrow Pie ($65++) where thick portions of veal come encased in pastry for diners to slice open and reveal the juicy meat within. A series of 14 handmade pastas are also available for the necessary carbs, so if you’re in a mood for a feast, grab some folks and head over, stat.

Feast at Osteria Mozza, 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-42-46 Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956, p. +65 6688 8522. Opens Mon-Fri 5pm – 11pm, Sat-Sun 12pm – 2.30pm, 5pm – 11pm.  

New Selection at The Marmalade Pantry: #GoodThingsToEat

Ring in November with seven #GoodThingsToEat, as The Marmalade Pantry rolls out a delectable selection of dishes and cupcakes in the number across its ION Orchard, Oasia Novena and Oasia Downtown outlets. Focusing on hearty flavours, try the Spanish Heirloom Tomatoes & Burrata Cheese, an elevated version of the traditional Caprese Salad, as well as the Char Siew Kurobuta Pork Belly, marinated in soy and honey for two days before being sous-vide for 12 hours. And the meal’s not over until you’ve had dessert – with seven new flavours of their signature cupcakes from the classics like Red Velvet to contemporaries like Pecan Tart, you’re sure to find the sweet treat of your choice. Try everything between now to 17 December 2017, and receive a $50 The Marmalade Pantry voucher for your next visit!

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There’s always #GoodThingsToEat at The Marmalade Pantry – enjoy the promotion from now to 17 December 2017 to receive a $50 voucher, to be used on your next visit. Click here to view various outlets’ addresses and opening hours under Location. 

Three Buns x Bird Bird Two-Sunday Special: The Bird Bun

The quest for the best burger place in Singapore is never-ending, but we’d say Three Buns at Potato Head Singapore in Keong Saik comes pretty close. Now, a two-week special created in collaboration with Chef Bjorn Shen of Bird Bird takes the dish to yet another level. The Bird Bun ($16) features Thai-fried Sakura chicken thigh, nam jin slaw and coconut mayo, encased in a toasted rice bun to soak up the goodness. This meeting of culinary minds will be available at Bird Bird on Sunday, 5 November 2017 from 3pm to closing, and at Potato Head Singapore on Sunday, 12 November 2017 from 12pm to 6pm.

Try the burger at Bird Bird, 97 Frankel Avenue, Singapore 458222, +65 6694 8270, on Sunday, 5 November 2017, 3pm – 11pm; and at Potato Head Singapore, 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143, p. +65 6327 1939, on Sunday, 12 November 2017, 12pm – 6pm. 

Citrus Delights and Drinks at Ginett Wine Bar & Restaurant

Pork Belly

Ginett Wine Bar & Restaurant highlights the oft-used but underrated ingredient with its Citrus Fiesta menu. Refreshing amidst the heavy dishes common during the festive season, Chef De Cuisine Sylvain Royer and Executive Chef Xu worked with a team of mixologists to a craft a menu that includes the Salmon Celeriac Salad ($30++) for orange and passionfruit on smoked fish. Pair them with Ginett’s special citrus-forward drinks like the Gin Fizz ($16++), the Grapefruit Sour ($16++) and the Orange Lemon mocktail ($10++).

Refresh your palate with the Citrus Fiesta at Ginett Wine Bar & Restaurant, 200 Middle Road, Singapore 188980, p. +65 6809 7989, from now to 2 January 2018. Opens Sun-Thu 7am – 11.30pm, Fri-Sat 7am – 12.30pm. 

Refreshed Afternoon Menus at The Summerhouse

Grilled Beef Sausage

Having launched a pair of menus specially for indulging in the afternoons on weekdays and weekends, The Summerhouse sees a plethora of new dishes for your choosing – for weekdays on the clock, try the Pan-seared sea bass with broccoli, baby potatoes and seaweed hollandaise as your main after a refreshing salad starter, while weekends for relaxation lets your savour highlights such as Smoked salmon with baked eggs, roasted brioches, pea and mushroom ragout.

Dine on the two menus at The Summerhouse, 3 Park Lane, Singapore 798387, p. +65 6262 1063. Weekday lunch is available Mon-Fri 12pm – 2.30pm. Weekend brunch is available Sat-Sun, Public Holidays 12pm – 3pm. 

Top image courtesy of Marina Bay Sands.

Megan Cheah


When not downing frappes during her writing spiels, Megan can be found catching up on her favourite franchises or cajoling friends and family out for yet another Japanese dinner. An insane need to stay connected means you can reach her anytime – except on alternate weekends, when she’s found next to a TV screen, watching F1 cars go ‘round in circles.