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New Food Menus For The Family To Try Out This June Holidays

Us Singaporeans are best known for our love for food, and luckily for us, there are countless food outlets consistently coming up with new food menus and items that never seem to stop whetting our appetite. Ahead, we list 5 new food joints that you can bring your family to sink into this June holidays. 

dal.komm Coffee

dal.komm COFFEE - Cream Kiss (Caramel Macchiato, Strawberry Matcha, Strawberry Chocolate, Vanilla Latte)

dal.komm COFFEE – Cream Kiss Series

Popular Korean café chain dal.komm COFFEE has introduced a new range of snacks and drinks that promise to keep customers satisfied from day to night. For a sweet treat, go for the Cream Kiss series ($8.50) that has a topping of fluffy and airy whipped cream – meant to be sipped straight from the cup that leaves you with a rim of sweet foam around your lips. Additionally, dal.komm COFFEE wants you to start your mornings right with them, with their Croque Monsieur Set ($10.90) that comes with an Americano and a Turkey Ham and American Cheese sandwich that’s blanketed in melted mozzarella and dried parsley flakes.

Be Frank Hot Dog

Be Frank - Cheezy Mushroom

Be Frank – Cheezy Mushroom

Let’s be honest, everyone loves hotdogs – even better when they’re jazzed up with generous and tantalising toppings – and that’s what homegrown outlet Be Frank wants to bring to the people of Singapore. We especially recommend the Cheezy Mushroom ($6.50), which features a blanket of luxuriously gooey Raclette cheese atop a plump pork bratwurst upon order. You can also choose to top up a few dollars to get a set meal ($9.90) which includes a soft drink and a choice of croquettes (2 pieces) or fries. 

Crossroads Cafe

Crossroads Cafe - Mr Rossini Burger

Crossroads Cafe – Mr Rossini Burger

There’s nothing better than indulging in a big juicy, drool-worthy burger that hits all the right spots, and these burgers from the Crossroads Cafe are sure to know you off your feet! Making its debut in June is the Mr. Rossini Burger ($36) – a power-packed burger with a luxurious wagyu beef patty, foie gras and melted gruyere cheese encased in a charcoal bun. For those health conscious, opt for their Healthy Tuna Burger ($30) – think perfectly cooked red sesame tuna steak drizzled with wasabi mayonnaise and enveloped by a fluffy avocado bun. How’s that for having your burger and eating it too?

O Mamma Mia

O Mamma Mia - Pizzas

O Mamma Mia – Pizzas


From the good people who brought us llaollao, comes a Spanish casual dining concept specialising in Italian pizzas and pastas. O Mamma Mia Sapore stands out from other pizzerias for its quality Italian flavours – guaranteed to leave you satisfied but yet crave for another. For those of you who can’t get enough of the delicious slices of pizza, you’d be able to get an additional slice of pizza at $2.90 with every purchase of a combo meal ($5.50). 

Ami Ami @ Shokutsu Ten

Ami Ami Tempura Set

Shokutsu Ten at Great World City has debuted a new concept – Ami Ami – which translates to ‘net’ in Japanese. Featuring seasonal catches of the freshest quality air-flown from Japan, diners can enjoy piping hot, crispy and flavoursome tempura along with an extensive selection of seafood from fresh sashimi to live scallops with the Ami Ami Tempura Set ($45.80). For a more indulgent experience, try the Original Egg Tempura ($6.50) – an original creation by Master Chef Tsuzuki – featuring an onsen egg wrapped in deep fried beancurd skin atop a bed of fluffy rice, where you can dip the tempura in the runny egg yolk for a burst of umami flavour or simply mix it in with your rice. Oishii!

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