Just opened in March 2022: new restaurants, bars and cafes in Singapore, Lifestyle News

As we enter a new month, we might be followed by the worries of previous months and need a little TLC. What better way to practice self-love than through food? From art therapy to coffee to a wine dungeon to escape civilization, here are the new restaurants, bars and cafes to check out in Singapore in March.


Sol & Luna


Latin European dishes take center stage at Sol & Luna’s dizzying garden oasis. Striking a clever balance between tradition and innovation, whet your taste buds with dishes such as Baked Veal Shank Tart ($25) and a glass of Lisbon Lips ($16), a hibiscus-infused gin mix and bitter Bellambre.

Go on a gastronomic adventure from dawn to dusk thanks to its complete menus – breakfast, lunch, tapas, afternoon tea and dinner. Check out our review here.

Sol & Luna is located at 88 Market St, #17-01, Singapore 048948, p. +65 8031 ​​4316. Open Monday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Closed Sun.

White marble


Let your taste buds roam the Mediterranean Sea at White Marble. Timeless and vibrant dishes are made possible with fresh, quality produce, along with simple techniques to let their natural flavors shine through.

For starters, you can order a cold or hot entree like broccolini and fine green beans ($15) or roasted butternut squash ($12) respectively. For a classic Eastern Mediterranean dish, try the Mezze plate ($34 for two) which includes tabbouleh (a Middle Eastern salad), pita, chicken skewer and more.

White Marble is located at 1 Tanglin Rd, #01-09/10, Singapore 247905, p. +65 9772 9434. Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Roberta’s Pizza


Dine like your favorite celebrities at Roberta’s Pizza’s first overseas outpost in Marina Bay Sands. Known for its wood-fired pizzas, this famous Brooklyn-based pizzeria is frequented by icons like Beyonce, Jay-Z, Bill and Hillary Clinton.

With all the pizzas in the S$20 range, sample New York-style pizza with a classic Famous Original ($26), made with a tomato-oregano base, three types of melted cheese, and a drizzle of chilli oil. The Bee Sting ($28) is a crowd pleaser, featuring Calabrian salami, mozzarella and basil with honey and chili oil.

Roberta’s Pizza Singapore is located at 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-45/46, Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 018956. Open daily 11am-11pm.



The iconic Chatterbox will reopen on March 14, 2022 at the brand new Hilton Orchard Singapore. Back with the classic Mandarin Chicken Rice ($25) and Lobster Laksa ($34), prepare for new favorites with its expanded menu.

A favorite among generations of Singaporeans and tourists alike for its well-executed Asian and local cuisine, diners can look forward to new dishes such as Mackerel and Crab Otah-Otah ($18) and Butter Tiger Prawns. lemon ($28).

Chatterbox is located at Hilton Orchard Singapore 333 Orchard Road, #05-03, Singapore 238867, p. +65 6831 6291. Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.



Bet on spontaneity at Willow and its sustainable approach to the best seasonal ingredients. Its pan-Asian menus start from $148++ for lunch and $198++ for dinner, where one can opt for Shima Aji, a hot-water fish from Okinawa, aged for five days. and seasoned with aged soy.

Meat lovers can order the A4 Japanese Wagyu zabuton, a cut with exquisite marbling, grilled to perfection and served with mushrooms and a little kurozu, a type of Japanese vinegar.

Willow is located at 39, Hong Kong Street, Singapore 059678, p. +65 8885 4867. Open Tuesday to Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., Thursday to Saturday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Kei Hachi


Savor an all-omakase menu at Kei Hachi, featuring ingredients imported directly from Japan’s fish markets. The restaurant offers three different omakase dishes for lunch and dinner, each with starters, seasonal premium sashimi, entrees, soup and dessert.

For dinner, choose from Kei ($128), which features special Japanese terracotta rice, Hachi ($168), or Kei Hachi ($228), each serving seven and nine nigiri sushi, respectively. Immerse yourself in an intimate Japanese meal accompanied by an accompaniment of sake from their extensive sake menu.

Kei Hachi is located at 8 Keong Saik Road Singapore 089116, p. +65 6518 4755. Open Monday to Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

OMMA Korean Charcoal Grill


Fire up a feast at OMMA Korean Charcoal BBQ, Singapore’s first wood-fired KBBQ. Cook with smokeless charcoal, supplemented with five carefully selected types of wood: apple, cherry, pecan, hickory and jarrah. Choose from over 60 a la carte ($15++) and set meal ($42++) options, plus bar bites like Original Korean Chicken ($18) and Spicy Chicken with Soy Sauce and Sauce. garlic ($20).

OMMA Korean Charcoal Grill is located at 20 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599744 p. +65 6513 9553. Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.


The wine cove

Live out your dark academic fantasies at The Wine Cove, a wine and tapas bar inspired by European wine cellars and dungeons. Boasting one of Singapore’s largest vintage wine collections, sample exquisite pairings with dishes such as their Chilli Crawfish Pasta ($24) and TWC Burnt Cheesecake ($8).

Flying in from Europe, you can never go wrong ordering cockles ($25) or Galican scallops ($8) from their coveted line of canned gourmet seafood.

The Wine Cove is located at 907 East Coast Road, #01-03, Singapore 459107, p. +65 6518 9188. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

67 Pall Mall


67 Pall Mall Singapore is the first Asian outpost of the London-born private wine club. Burgundy bottles inaccessible to new and emerging winemakers, membership provides access to a collection of 5,000 wines – the largest and most diverse wine list in Southeast Asia.

Members can expect pairings with signature dishes such as the Bang Bang Burrata, a burrata served in a black Szechuan peppercorn vinaigrette, and the Pan-fried Foie Gras and Sweetbreads, served on a homemade crumpet, onions marinated and dressed in a poultry juice.

67 Pall Mall Singapore is located at 1 Scotts Rd, 27-01 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208, p. +65 6797 1767.


Am I addicted – Pottery Studio & V Cafe


Am I Addicted is a unique space combining pottery with a healthy vegetarian menu. Visitors can choose between wheel-throwing and hand-building classes, while allowing customers to use their space and tools outside of class.

When you’re hungry between creatively inspired sparks, try the Grilled Cheese Kimchi Sandwich ($16) or Torta Di Riso Pasta ($22) which features vegan-based calamari and shrimp. Wash it down with a Pumpkin Latte (S$7++) or Lemongrass Ginger Tea ($9).

Am I addicted – Pottery Studio & V Cafe is located at 13 Stamford Rd, B2-51/52/53 Capitol Singapore, Singapore 178905, p. +65 9113 3090. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Coexist Coffee Co. Paya Lebar

Once a popular open secret on the eighth level of the Hillview Industrial Building, Coexist Coffee Co. today opens its third branch in Paya Lebar. Located at the Lifelong Learning Institute, this branch rocks two floors of monochrome, chic interiors.

Dig into their huge selection of gourmet pizzas only available Friday through Sunday, like the Takoyaki ($22) filled with teriyaki sauce, grilled octopus, and bonito flakes. Pair it with a Breakfast Barista ($8), a white and white and two espressos, before getting the Grape ($14++) with roasted grapes, elderflower ice cream and more .

Coexist Coffee Co. Paya Lebar is located at #01-02, Lifelong Learning Institute, 11 Eunos Road 8, Singapore 089109. Open Wednesday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

This article was first published in City Nomads.

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