The Weekly Grub: 5 Things to Eat & Drink this Week

From new menus at Jamie’s Italian and Bread Street Kitchen to an event that promotes vegetarian dishes, this week’s edition of The Weekly Grub gives you the lowdown on the 5 hottest things to eat and drink in Singapore’s food & beverage scene.

Jamie’s Italian Launches New A La Carte Menu

Superfood Salad at Jamie's Italian, Singapore

Despite the throng of celebrity chef dining options available in Singapore, Jamie’s Italian has impressively managed to hold its own as a popular destination for quality Italian food. Diners who want a taste of The Naked Chef’s specialities will be pleased to hear that both the Vivocity and The Forum outlets have just unveiled an all-new a la carte menu that explores fresh ingredients with delicate flavours like those found in the Superfood Salad – think lentils, quinoa, pomegranate, candied beets and black rice topped with char-grilled avocado.

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FIJI Water x CHOPE = Gourmet Greens Week

Original Sin's dish for Gourmet Greens Week

Organised by FIJI Water and Chope, the inaugural Gourmet Greens Week celebrates everything we love about vegetables in some of Singapore’s hottest restaurants. For instance, establishments such as Punjab Grill, Sugarhall, Original Sin, and Blue Bali have come up with all-vegetarian menus priced at $30++ for a four-course set lunch and $45++ per person for a four-course set dinner. Unfortunately, vegans won’t be able to take advantage of this festival as set meals do include dairy products and eggs.

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Organic, Gluten-Free Roast Sets from Ryan’s Grocery

Organic Beef from Ryan's Grocery, Binjai Park, Singapore

Planning a Christmas party is understandably a tedious affair. Thankfully, Ryan’s Grocery is making things easier for those who are looking to entertain guests at home this festive season. As part of their holiday promotions, the artisanal grocer will be offering a variety of Christmas Gourmet Roasts, with massive sets that include Christmas delights such as Roast Turkey (5-6kg), Grass-fed Roast Beef (2kg), Honey Baked Ham (1kg), and Linley Valley Roast Pork (2kg).

Click here to check out the Christmas catalogue. 

Ryan’s Grocery is located at 29 Binjai Park, Singapore 589831. Tel: +65 6463 3933

Festival della Pasta at Zafferano

Festival della Pasta at Zafferano, Collyer Quay, Singapore

Love pasta? Here’s your opportunity to find out more about the history and culture behind pasta at Zafferano. Their 5-course, region-by-region food special will educate people on the different features and traits of various pastas. From the dominance of seafood-based pasta in the Mediterranean South to the rich and intense flavours of the land-locked North, no single pasta dish is ever the same. Connoisseurs of Italian cuisine can attest to that!

The Festival della Pasta menu is priced at $85++ and a regional wine pairing option is available at an additional $75++. 

Zafferano is located at 10 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049315. Tel: +65 6509 1488

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New Weekend Brunch Menu at Bread Street Kitchen

English Breakfast at Bread Street Kitchen, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Bread Street Kitchen may only be 5 months old, but it feels as if Gordon Ramsey’s maiden venture in Singapore is a long-established veteran in the food & beverage scene. To freshen things up, the two-level restaurant and bar at Marina Bay Sands’ The Shoppes will be introducing an all-new weekend brunch menu for customers who want to dine in leisure. Think favourite British classics such as the gargantuan English Breakfast, the hearty Eggs Benedict, as well as super fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes.

The weekend brunch menu is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm. 

Bread Street Kitchen is located at Bay Level, L1-81 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956. Tel: +65 6688 5665

Top image: Organic beef from Ryan’s Grocery

Joel Conceicao


When Joel’s not partaking in one of his shameless eating sessions, he likes to think of himself as a sponge – absorbing the mysteries and beauty of our world – be it through a good book or a wacky jaunt in a foreign country.

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