Best Restaurants for Mummies and Daddies to Wine & Dine | Sept 2019

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We share restaurants we come across that's suitable for different occasions. For a party, a family meal, a date night or simply for you to try a new place - let us help you discover restaurants to excite your taste buds! 

First Sesame Street Themed Pop-up Café

Who: Kumoya Singapore
8 Jalan Klapa Singapore 199320
Sesame Street galore!

If you haven’t heard of Kumoya Singapore before, it is a pop-up theme café serving up drool-worthy Japanese-French inspired fares, and every so often, they refresh their theme. This time, they’ve transformed into a Sesame Street themed café in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the long-time favorite show.

Not only do Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch and Abby adorn the interior of the café, but you can also expect the muppets to make an appearance in your meals with dishes like Abby Waffle Chicken, Elmo Curry Rice, Big Bird Shibuya Toast, and Oscar Matcha Frappe on the menu. With such adorable looking dishes, it’s quite hard to not snap away on your phone before digging in!

This current theme will be available until 29 Dec 2019.

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[WHERE ARE WE] Let's Celebrate, its the 50 years and counting anniversary for Sesame Street, and @kumoya_singapore brings in a pop up cafe which will be running from 26 Sept to 29 December 2019! . . . Both adults and kids will be so amused and amazed by the amount of adorable plushies available in this Sesame street pop up cafe with the price range from $11.90 to $27.90! . . . You get 6 snacks, 4 mains, 4 desserts and 8 beverages to chose from - must try their - 1) ABCD AND E FOR ELMO Japanese SEAFOOD CURRY RICE $26.90 . . 2) 1.2.3 and 3.2.1 OSCAR'S TERIYAKI CHICKEN RICE $24.90. . . 3) A FOR ADDY CADABBY's MAGICAL RAINBOW PANCAKE $20.90 (served with sparkler!) . . 4) COOKIE MONSTER'S COOKIE SHOT WITH MATCHA MILK $14.90 (comes with free S size Cookie monster plushie) . . . Each dining experience is limited to 90mins, and Muslim friendly products are used for each meal. Don't forget to join their contest in winning the giant cookie monster plushie worth $169! Try your hand in their claw machine parked right outside the cafe! You won't miss it! 🍪🍪🍪 Now who wants some cookie!!! . . . . #bykido #bringyourkidout #FoundItOnBykido #kumoyasg #sesamestreet #themecafe #sgcafes #sgcafehopping #cafe #sgfoodtrend #instasg #sginstagram #sgpromo #sgkids #sgig

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Swanky Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar

Who: KOMA Singapore
Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Ave, #B1-67, Singapore 018972
Ritzy interior and an extensive menu of delightful Japanese cuisine

Best Restaurants for Mummies and Daddies to Wine & Dine - KOMA Singapore
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KOMA Singapore is a Japanese restaurant and sushi bar that is an attraction unto itself. A long tunnel of bright orange Japanese Torri gates that’ll lead you into the restaurant, a colossal Japanese bell overlooking a Japanese footbridge raised over a reflective pool, and glass owls sitting on the bar, all make for a breath-taking sight.

If you can get your eyes away from the dazzling interior long enough to order, you’ll find an extensive offering of modern Japanese cuisine, including sushi, sashimi, nigari, and tempura. Notable on the menu are Salmon Pillow, a puff pastry filled with smoked avocado with a hint of burnt jalapeño, Taro Chip Tuna Tacos, consisting of avocado, jalapeño, lemon, and cilantro, as well as Sesame Profiterole, black sesame choux with white sesame ice-cream and chocolate sauce.

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Pernakan Comfort Food

Who: Godmama
Funan Mall, #04-07, 109 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179105
Traditional Pernakan flavors with a modern touch and cosy setting.

The brainchild of Christina Keilthy, Derrick Chew and Frederick Goh, Godmama was born from an inspiration to preserve both the traditional Peranakan flavors as well as the culinary legacy of Christina’s Mama and Godma (hence Godmama, the name born from the confluence of these two words).

This modern Peranakan restaurant serves up dishes such as All Star Egg Skin Popiah, Ngoh Hiang, Babi Assam and Ayam Buah Keluak, in their cosy restaurant. And during the weekends, the traditional menu gets a little modern spin for brunch, offering dishes like Buttermilk Banana Pengat Pancakes and Buah Keluak Bolognese Pasta.

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Singapore’s First ‘Fireless Kitchen’

Who: Fireless Kitchen
Funan Mall, #02-04, 109 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 179097
Healthy, hearty and affordable grain bowls

Best Restaurants for Mummies and Daddies to Wine & Dine - Fireless Kitchen
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If you’re looking for a healthy and affordable meal, Fireless Kitchen is your place. They offer salad and protein bowls that you can customise. Build your bowl with your choice base, protein and three sides, with options like Sweet Potato Mash, Lemon Herb Salmon, Marinated Beef, BBQ Pork, balsamic onion confit and miso-glazed carrots.

Food here is cooked using the sous vide technique where ingredients are cooked in a precise temperature, rather than over an open flame, in a Fireless Kitchen.

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Fireless Kitchen is Singapore’s first restaurant without an open flame kitchen and primarily using Sous Vide cooking technique where ingredients are vacuum sealed and cooked in a water bath at a precise temperature and time delivering consistently flavourful, succulent and nutritious dishes. Sous vide cooking has been around for many years in high-end restaurants and this culinary technique is now used to make food readily available @firelesskitchen to cater to the masses offering high quality, palatable, naturally flavoured healthy meals. At Fireless Kitchen you get to customize your meal by building your own bowl BUILD YOUR OWN BOWL 1️⃣ Choose your a Protein Protein selections like Bbq Pork Belly, Chicken Pesto, Herb Salmon, Marinated Beef and Chili Garlic Tofu. 2️⃣ Choose your a Staple Options like Sweet Purple Potatoes Mash, Brown Rice Pulao, Whole Wheat Pasta, Butter Lettuce, Kale and Quinoa. 3️⃣ Choose 3 Companions You can choose from Miso-Glazed Carrots, Crispy Garlic Broccoli, Herb Crust Garlic Potato, Honey Roasted Pumpkin, Mixed Peppers and many more. Fireless Kitchen also offers Fuss-Free Salads. These are specially curated healthy salad selections. Was delighted and satisfied with all the dishes served to us. Everything was well flavoured and cooked to perfection. The proteins were super juicy, tender and tasteful. A special shout out to the 12 hours Sous Vide Barbecue Pork Belly, the Herb Salmon, the Sweet Purple Potato Mash and the Mixed Peppers. Eating healthy food is now more fun and exciting without compromising and sacrificing the taste and flavours. Kudos to Chef Sid for offering these amazing Sous Vide dishes readily available. Many thanks to Vanessa @firelesskitchen for the warm hospitality and food invite. . 〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️ FIRELESS KITCHEN Funan #02-04 107 North Bridge Road Singapore 179105 〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️

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Chic Eatery with French Feels

Who: Merci Marcel
7-9 Club Street, Singapore 069403
A little taste of France with its ambience and cuisine.

Merci Marcel’s second outlet at Club Street, while might not have the same Parisian décor and cosy vibes as its first outlet in Tiong Bahru, is still as aesthetically pleasing with its snazzy interior and causal alfresco dining spaces. Whole Catalonia Octopus Leg, Ravioles de Royans and Duck Parmentier façon Marcel, are just some of the dishes of the dishes on the menu of this French café.  Maybe when your little ones are at the daycare (or with their babysitter), you can have a rendezvous with your spouse at this chic eatery!

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Disclaimer: While we may have professional relationships with some of the restaurants on this list, this is a curated list and we do not receive any monetary compensation for including any restaurants. 



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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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