AFN Recommends SG: 5 Places To Try This March

AFN Recommends SG: 5 Places To Try This March

Hidden foodie gems for every gourmand

Every nook in Singapore has its gems and here are 5 of the best restaurants you can discover this month.

The Nomads

Take the road less travelled and step into a gastronomic trail through Central Asia. With Silk Road as the main forefront, The Nomads’ thoughtfully crafted menu will blow your mind (and tastebuds) through well-balanced spices, flavours and various culinary influences from countries along the Silk Road. Each dish will transport you to a different dimension! Our top favourites: The Nomads Nan with Hunter-Gatherer’s Butter, Salat, Plov, Squid Laghman and Medovik.

Fun fact: The restaurant is hidden behind a bar that rotates periodically. It’s certainly a hold-in-a-wall! Read more about the restaurant here.

Check out our review on The Nomads here.



70 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 048462


Bonding Kitchen

Be prepared to have an explosive experience at Chef-owner Danny Chew’s newest crib, Bonding Kitchen! Peranakan dishes come to live with his unique, modern touch and his fresh picks of ingredients. From the pixie-sized, handmade Kueh Pie Tee, the comforting Signature Pong Tauhu to the mind-blowing Wagyu Beef Rendang and more, you’ll experience a culinary journey of bold, complex flavours that are absolutely delicious!

P.S. Catch Chef Danny around the restaurant and he might share his experiences and passion behind his cooking!



Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, #02-18, Singapore 238858


Green Common

Looking for an Asian meat-free cafe? Green Common is a one-stop place where you can shop for various plant-based products like OmniEat’s Siu Mai, Crystal Dumpling and Truffle Gyoza, and enjoy a dine-in experience of Singaporean hawker staples like Hainanese Trick’en Rice (S$16++), Rendang Chicken Roti (S$13++), Laksa (S$13++)



VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-169/170, Singapore 098585



Yakiniku is easier and fuss-free than ever with smokeless electric grills! From beef to lamb, chicken or seafood, you get quality meat sets from S$9.80. Our pick - Jyo Karubi, Angus ribeye steak and the experimental DIY Niku Sushi Set. Pair them with their in-house sauces like House Special Ykiniku Tare, Spicy Yakiniku Tare, Miso Tare and our favourite, Negi Shio Tare, made with Japanese leek and four types of citrusy juices: lemon, lime, yuzu and orange.


Looking for takeaways? There is also a wide range of takeaway bentos that features jyo karubi, gyutan and angus ribeye steak. It comes complete with rice, kimchi and edamame!



The Seletar Mall, 33 Sengkang West Ave, #01-49 to #01-53, Singapore 797653


Tian Tian Fisherman’s Pier Seafood Restaurant

Bask in the city’s sunset with the picturesque view of Singapore’s central business district by the river with fresh seafood at Tian Tian Fisherman’s Pier! Awarded the MICHELIN Plate, do expect fresh, sweet and succulent seafood. From Steamilicious Steampot sets (from S$56++ per pax) to their original Braised Wild Patin Fish with Golden Soup in Claypot (S$68++), Pan-fried Guo Ba with Glutinous Rice (S$38++), Fried Spicy Crab in Authentic Bi Fen Tang Style (S$88++) and the Insta-worthy Flying Noodles with Chili Crab (S$88++).



73 - 75 Boat Quay, Singapore 049861 (Closed for renovations from 8 March 2021 onwards)

42 - 44 Boat Quay, Singapore 049831 (Open from 8 March 2021 onwards)

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