New Bites

Expat Living (Singapore) - - Wine & Dine -

• In­spired by the clas­sic New York lun­cheonette, newly opened Black Tap Craft Burg­ers & Beer at The Shoppes at Ma­rina Bay Sands (# L1- 80, South Prom­e­nade) has over 20 craft beers that can be en­joyed to 80s and 90s hip-hop beats. The menu fea­tures burg­ers, sal­ads, snacks and ve­gan op­tions, but the star of the show here is the open milk­shake bar, where you can choose from over 15 milk­shakes, in­clud­ing eight of Black Tap’s sig­na­ture grav­ity-de­fy­ing Crazyshakes. • New cock­tail bar

78 Alkofelic (6 Purvis Street, # 01- 01) mar­ries the love of cof­fee with al­co­hol. The unique menu in­cludes a list of sig­na­ture cof­fee cock­tails like the Old Fash­ioned Cof­fee ($15) – dou­ble espresso, bour­bon, bit­ters, brown sugar – and Ice Boozy Alkofee ($15), made with Kahlua, hot cof­fee and Ir­ish cream. • Fam­ily-friendly burger joint Three Buns by Potato Head has opened at The Quay­side (60 Robert­son Quay), of­fer­ing fan favourites from its Keong Saik out­let, plus brand new burger creations with Asian twists, a new ice cream sand­wich and week­end brunch. • Dux­ton Hill has wel­comed Rizu (39 Dux­ton Hill), which of­fers a mix of tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary Ja­panese fare along­side a se­lec­tion of sakes, wines and craft beers. Seafood sashimi is the fo­cus here, but there are also other op­tions like sig­na­ture sushi rolls and rice bowls.

Pre­vi­ously known as Odd One Out, Hej Kitchen & Bar (180 Orchard Road) is the lat­est ad­di­tion to Per­anakan Place. Tuck into ca­sual grub like crispy chicken crack­ling ($ 15) – bite- sized, deep fried chicken skins with a fra­grant ginger-ro­jak dress­ing – and Nasi Goreng Is­timewa ($18), an In­done­sian-styled fried rice, at the cosy al­fresco diner.

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