December 2016


New Bites

Fat Lulu’s

Fresh Fusion Open only in the evenings, recently launched European fusion restaurant- bar Pyxiemoss offers a chill-out spot for office workers in the area, with its signature bespoke cocktails taking centre stage. Noteworthy ones include the Ginger Julie ($18), a concoction of Monkey 47 gin, Japanese shiso sake and grapefruit juice, as well as the SRWMC ($22), the bar’s take on a white Negroni. From 10.30pm onwards, bar bites are served. Go for the Carrot Dog ($5 a piece), an appetising mix of char-grilled carrot cloaked in gula melaka and curry leaves and topped with house-made achar (spicy mixed vegetables) on a pillow-soft bun. For something more substantial, try the Seaviche ($8), a refreshing seafood- free ceviche using fresh sea coconut instead of raw seafood. While there are a number of vegetarian options, meat is offered here, too. An ode to the chef’s Indian heritage, the Mother’s Lamb ($18) is a rich yet balanced dish of lamb hearts and neck, alongside slices of lamb “bacon”. 43 North Canal Road. 6532 2171 |

Fat Lulu's photos: John Heng

• From the folks behind Five & Dime Eatery comes Fat Lulu’s , a cool new spot offering Asian BBQ like spicy pork ribs and skewers of Ibérico pork collar with house-made sambal and kecap manis . Those with a sweet tooth can look forward to signature desserts like Childhood, a peanut popsicle with cookies and raspberries. 297 River Valley Road. • Gallery & Co. at National Gallery Singapore has launched a pop-up concept, Pop Bar , with food from Park Bench Deli and drinks from Proof & Co. Open until 2 January 2017. #01-05, 1 St Andrew’s Road. • Quaich Bar has opened a second outlet in the new South Beach development, offering an impressive whisky collection of more than 500 labels. Enjoy aged single malts from distilleries like Bunnahabhain and Springbank with bites like Scottish smoked deep-sea salmon ($24). #01-16 South Beach Avenue, 30 Beach Road.



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