Newly Opened Restaurants and Cafés in Singapore in Nov 2020

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Here’s a list of restaurants and cafés that have newly opened in Singapore this November that you should check out! 

This November brings with it not just aplenty of family-friendly events, workshops and activities but also a series of newly-opened family-friendly restaurants and café! And if that means more places to indulge in our cravings, we’re all up for it, which is why we bring you this list of newly opened places! 

1. Flipper’s Singapore at Takashimaya

Flipper's Singapore
Source: Flipper’s Singapore

Location: Takashimaya Shopping Centre
Operating hours: Mon – Sun | 1.30 am – 9.30 pm (last order: 1.30 am – 9.30 pm)

A brand that is recommended by most – if not all – Japan travel guides, FLIPPER’s is a coveted dining destination for visitors who are eager to sample the famed soufflé pancakes to complete their travel itinerary. And finally, FLIPPER’S has made its debut in Southeast Asia with a flagship store at Takashimaya Shopping Centre on 6 November! 

2. Paris Baguette at Northpoint City

Paris Baguette at Northpoint City
Source: Paris Baguette

Location: Northpoint City
Operating hours: Mon – Sun | 10 am – 10 pm 

Paris Baguette, the well-loved fast-casual bakery known for its quality, delicious and innovative array of bread and cakes, has opened its very first store at Northpoint City serving an exclusive kids’ menu for the little ones, on 3 November 2020!

The all-new kids’ menu includes three main options for children to choose from, namely Double Cheese Tortilla Pizza, Pizza In A Cup and Mini Burgers. Each main dish can be ordered as an ala carte or in a set. The set comes with a drink (plain or chocolate milk) and a Nutella Marshmallow Danish. Each main dish is priced at $8.90 while the set is priced at $10.90.

3. Sugar Toast at Wisma Atria

Sugar Toast at Wisma Atria
Source: Sugar Toast

Location: Wisma Atria 
Operating hours: Mon – Fri: 7.30 am – 10.00 pm | Sat – Sun: 8.30 am – 10.00 pm 

A household name in China with over 130 outlets, alongside two in Malaysia, Sugar Toast specialises in artisanal bread made with natural colouring, and without preservatives. They are characterised by distinctive swirls that are a result of careful braiding of dough, making the bread instantly recognisable.

Sugar Toast, which launched its first-ever outlet in Singapore at Wisma Atria, offers fourteen varieties of toast and one Cheese Crown.

4. Meidi-Ya Supermarket at Millenia Walk

Meidi-Ya at Millenia Walk
Source: Meidi-Ya

Location: Millenia Walk
Operating hours: Mon – Sun: 10 am – 10 pm 

Meidi-Ya Singapore has opened its biggest flagship store at Millenia Walk and fresh food and products from Japan are not the only things you can find here. The highlights of the store include a Japanese Concept Café & Bar, Gokoku Japanese Bakery and a Food Hall among others. 



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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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