Where has the time gone? We were only counting down to 2019 a moment ago and now, we’re on the verge of entering 2020! With the year’s major exams of the year done now under the carpet (we can worry about results later), it’s time for a well-deserved break for the family.
Whether it’s a celebratory meal or one to reward yourself, here are 6 restaurants Eatigo-ers can go for some quality family time.
Two Bakers is an artisanal bakery café serving bespoke French and fusion pastries, coupled with fresh food and specialty coffees. Located along Horne Road in Serangoon, the café is headed by a trained chef from the esteemed Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. Here, savoury options include St Louis-style ribs, ribeye steak don and Big Island soba bowl. Desserts are nostalgia-themed, aimed to take you back to those good times with just one small bite.
True to its name, Atmosphere is a bistro and bar at Parkland Green, located along the laidback East Coast Park. Featuring a seaside dining experience, diners here can tuck into western cuisine, such as spicy prawn carbonara, pork knuckle and lava cheese burger. It’s perfect for special events, or just to kick back with a casual beer on evenings with live sports games broadcasted on large screen TVs.
Weekday: 16:00 – 17:30 | 20:30 – 22:00
Weekend: 10:30 | 22:30 | 23:00
The Co-Op is a 100% Halal and Muslim-owned eatery that serves a mix of local and western fare. There are several locations around the island, but all of them has one constant: it’s designed to have a family-friendly atmosphere to promote the fundamental idea of enjoying a good meal together as a family. Items from the kitchen worthy of notice include spicy seafood laksa, dory fish & chips, and Australian grass-fed tomahawk steak.
Weekday: 11:00 | 11:30 | 16:00 | 16:30
Weekend: 15:00 | 17:00
Love a pot of steaming hot broth but hate the calories? You’ll love Imperi Health Pot. Found along South Bridge Road, the restaurant promotes a combination of nourishment, health and beauty with their healthy soup bases. These include coconut pork tripe stew chicken, and Matsutake mushroom pork. If you’re looking to add more flavour to your broth, there is a range of ingredients offered, such as handmade meatballs and fish dumplings.
Weekday: 15:00 | 15:30
Weekend: 23:00 | 23:30
Established since 1988, the Mouth Restaurant specialises in traditional and authentic Cantonese cuisine. Designed to cater to both intimate affairs to large celebratory events, their kitchen specialties include sautéed carrot cake in XO sauce, tenderloin beef cubes in Kobe sauce and mini Buddha Jump Over the Wall. If you prefer dim sum, there is a wide selection of over 100 choices.
Weekend: 10:00 | 15:00 | 15:30
Food and taste is subjective, but when many are calling it Singapore’s best chilli crab restaurant, you’ve gotta listen up! Momma Kong’s can be found along Mosque Street near Chinatown MRT station. As expected, crab features heavily in their menu, with options like crab beehoon, butter crab and their signature chilli crab. Whether you’re indulging in an after-work dinner or bringing foreign friends to try the local food here, you won’t walk away disappointed.
Weekday: 11:00 | 17:00