AFN Recommends: Top 5 Eats in November

AFN Recommends: Top 5 Eats in November

We bring you some of the best places to eat this November - from new menu main stays to exclusive, limited time only dishes that you won't want to miss!

Prepare your tummies - we’ve tried and tested these new and old places that are worth sharing! Remember to stay safe, maintain safe distancing, sanitise and only remove your mask when dining.


Syohachi Wagyu Hamburg

If you love Japanese wagyu beef, here’s a reason to head down to the heart of CBD!  Singapore’s first fast casual farm-to-table restaurant, Syohachi Wagyu Hamburg specialises in premium quality Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Hamburgs at a steal, starting from just S$9.50. From lip-smacking juicy hamburgs to buttery Japanese toasties available at different times of the day, you’ll definitely want to block out your calendars to try out everything on the menu. 

Pro tip: Snag a seat at the sharing table closest to the shop front to get the best lighting for the ‘gram-worthy shot



One Raffles Place Shopping Mall, 1 Raffles Place, #01-01, Singapore 04861


Try your hands at Japanese cooking: Beef Katsu Don, Meat-free Katsu Curry and Otah Omelette Sandwich.

The Real Peranakan

The best thing about this pandemic? It’s a chance to slow down and rediscover the forgotten food and culture in the country. Embark on an authentic Peranakan treat and rediscover the gastronomical journey at The Real Peranakan. Helmed by Celebrity Chef Philip Chia also the food consultant of the hit TV series, ‘The Little Nonya’. Take your pick from the classic Ngoh Hiang ($15.80), Babalicious Otah (S$11.80) to the traditional Ayam Buah Keluak (S$19.80), Nonya Chap Chye (S$16.80), Babi Pongteh (S$22). Our pick: Sambal Udang Belimbing (S$26.80), a dish that’s sure to win everyone’s heart.

Pre-book in advance if you’re intending to head down as the dishes are made fresh and require many days of preparation.



73 Hillcrest Road, Singapore 288945

The Herencia (Inside Crane Club), 46 Kim Yam Road, #01-05/06/07, Singapore 239351


Love peranakan food? Try these dishes: Bubur Cha Cha, Ayam Pongteh and Kueh Bingka


Yearning to dine at a Michelin-Starred eatery without breaking the bank? Visit Tsuta! 

Chef Yuki is a pursuer of perfection to his craft took this pandemic as an opportunity to revamp their menu with newly improved dishes. Treat yourself to a splendid seafood fare like the new Crab Soba with Premium Char Siu & Crab Shell (S$23.80) or take on a gastronomic East-Meets-West experience in a bowl of R.H.C.P Mazesoba (S$11.80)which includes a al-dente thick chewy noodles, and a hamburg patty doused in a delicious cheese sauce.

Indulge in other snacks like the ‘Teriyaki Chicken Bao’ (from S$2.80) and Soboro Meshi (S$6), Chef Yuki’s take on the classic kong bak pau and mala lu rou fan respectively.

Fun fact: R.H.C.P Mazesoba named after Chef Yuki’s favourite band - Red Hot Chili Peppers.



Funan Mall, 109 North Bridge Road, #01-04, Singapore 179105

VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk, #B2-29A, Singapore 098585

Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd, #02-242, Singapore 819666


Want to cook at home instead? Check out these recipes: Mala Soft Shell Crab, BBQ Char Siew and Singapore Chili Crab

Pura Brasa

Take a trip to Spain right here in Singapore at Pura Brasa’s Spanish Ibérian Ham Festival! Their limited-time only menu includes classics like Cinco Jotas’s (5J) best-grade jamón in various ways like Huevos Rotos (S$22), Spanish Omelette with Iberico Ham ($22) and Burger Iberica (S$27) and our favourite, Mushroom Ajillo ($24). Place your reservations soon before this special menu ends at the end of this November!

Pair your Spanish Ibérian Ham feast with the Quinta Sardonia from famed Spanish winemaker Peter Sisseck, the owner and creator of Dominio de Pingus. P.S. You get to enjoy 30% off Quinta Sardonia and selected cava (Spanish sparkling wine).



Guoco Tower, 5 Wallich Street, #01-16, Singapore 078883


Looking to cook at home instead? Check out these fusion recipes: Beef Rendang Lasagna and Okonomiyaki Quesadilla.


Taikoo Lane

Looking to comfort your soul in this rainy weather? Head to Taikoo Lane! Known for their authentic Sichuanese and Cantonsese delights, they are introducing two new soup bases, Huadiao Collagen Soup (Half - S$11.80, Full - $20.80) and Spicy Pickled Baby Lobster Soup (Half - S$16.80, Full - $31.80). Pair it with their four new side dishes, Dragon Fruit Prawn Paste (from S$8.40), Flaming Braised Pork Ribs (S$16.80), and our favourites, Exploding Volcano Mashed Potatoes (S$11.80) and Lala Clams in Spicy Sauce (S$12.80).


Not keen on hotpot? Check out their first of its kind Sichuan-style poke bowl! Price starting from S$10.60 and packed individually, you can pick 6 sides with the carb of your choice.



Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road, #B1-16, Singapore 059413

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