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Arteastiq De Patio is a new tropical garden-themed cafe at Plaza Singapura by the Arteastiq group. Known for its elegant afternoon tea affair, all-day brunch menu and freestyle art jamming, Arteastiq is one of our favourite hangout spots in town.
From brunch to pasta, artisanal pizzas and tea blends, Arteastiq DePatio has something for everyone. The new casual dining concept has an affordable menu with many dishes priced around S$16 and there are also more family-friendly sharing plates for communal dining.
Here are some deliciously beautiful dishes that you have to try when you dine at Arteastiq DePatio.
Cafe Melba is opening a third outlet at Mount Sophia (near Dhoby Ghaut) in March 2021.
Known for its all-day breakfasts, traditional weekend roasts and its kid-friendly space, Cafe Melba first opened at Goodman Arts Centre in theEast of Singaporein 2012. It has another outlet at Mediapolis in theWest of Singapore.
The popular 4Fingers Fried Chicken chain has opened a new outlet in Kovan.
Established at ION Orchard in 2009, 4Fingers has rapidly expanded to become one of the most popular fried chicken chains in Singapore.
Good news for those who are staying in Kovan and Hougang, the halal-certified chicken chain has finally opened an outlet in the neighbourhood.
Charlie Brown Cafe Singapore is closing on 31 Dec 2020. Located at Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, Charlie Brown Cafe is a halal-certified themed restaurant which also sells Snoopy and Peanuts character merchandise.
The Bravery—one of the more popularMuslim-owned cafes in Singapore—is moving from its current location in Lavender to a new space in the Central Business District near Telok Ayer Street and Amoy Street.
Known for serving affordable and authentic Korean dishes, Ajumma’s Korean Restaurant has closed down its original outlet at The Cathay recently and it has officially opened its new location at Bukit Panjang Plaza on 21 Dec 2021.
The Feather Blade has moved out of its former location at Club Street and it will be reopening at 61 Tanjong Pagar Road in mid-Jan 2021.
Spruce at Bukit Timah Old Fire Station is closing on 27 Dec 2020 to make way for new development, as well as National Parks Board (NParks) visitor centre.