TIME OUT Where to go with your family this month.
There is something relaxing about eating amid lushƉgreenery –
even your active kids are likely to become calmer. Skyve Wine Bistro, for instance, brings the garden indoors with landscaped walls and plants hanging from its high ceiling.
On the menu, you’ll find dishes with a myriad of influences, from French to Japanese, Korean, Mexican and even Singaporean. You can customise them, too – choose mee kia instead of linguine to go with the Kalbi Beef Brisket ($20) or Seafood Marinara ($20). Gluten-free pasta (additional $3) is available here, too.
Your little ones will also enjoy the Pork Cheek Burger ($25), served with truffle fries and kimchi, as well as Buttermilk Fried Chicken ($20) with brioche and salted maple syrup. Visit www.skyve.sg.
Take your children to see a vampire this Halloween
– a vampire fish, that is. It’s one of the four unusual-looking new species that have joined the aquarium, along with the bumphead parrotfish, elephant fish and paddlefish.
At its annual Spooky Seas event, your little ones can join the scavenger hunts to learn about different marine specifies and learn to mimic their behaviour at interactive stations. It runs until Oct 28 and Singapore residents enjoy discounts on bundled packages. Visit www. rwsentosa.com/seaa.
Meeting your mummy friends?
Head to Antoinette for yummy eats from its new menu, like double prawn linguine ($26) and wagyu beef tagliatelle ($26). Then, share one of its five new couture cakes, which are inspired by fashion icons (from $9 per slice).
Pair your meal with one of its five new drinks – Huat Ah! ($18) is a refreshing mix of earl grey tea, pandan juice, pineapple and lychee puree, fresh pineapple and vodka in an eye-catching pineappleshaped container.
The full menu of new savoury dishes is available at its Penhas Road outlet, while the Mandarin Gallery branch carries selected items. Visit www.antoinette.com.sg