The best shops in Singapore

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Foodie haunts

Housed in a former colonial barracks in leafy Dempsey, Culina Market is a cool white-washed temple to single-variety Provençale olive oils, sea-urchin caviar and Icelandic salt-fermented fish sauce. The market, owned by COMO Group, also includes an in-house butchery, a deli, bakery, florist and formidable selection of fine French wine, along with kitchen accessories such as Aritsugu knives and serving-ware by Ann Demeulemeester-Serax. The bistro is a great place to sample the produce.

Food, music and art intersect at Appetite, a multi-concept dining space on Amoy Street. Founded by The Fat Duck alum Ivan Brehm (who helms Michelin-starred Nouri downstairs), it serves cross-cultural dishes in an apartment-like venue, which encourages guests to move between an intimate dining area, a listening lounge with 3,000-plus vinyls and an art gallery that recently hosted the city’s first Robert Mapplethorpe solo show.

Ferments at AppetiteChris Schalkx

Barely a year old, Dearborn was a pandemic pivot by San Francisco-born, Singapore-based fine-dining chef Christopher Kong. His granola store, which is located in quiet Everton Park (also home to the famous glutinous rice snack purveyor Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh), stocks more than 25 versions of the cereal, with best- sellers including Dark Chocolate, Hazelnut and Sea Salt and Strawberry Macadamia. 


Dearborn granola storeChris Schalkx

DIY drinks

Singapore’s first fully fledged micro-distillery, Brass Lion, pays homage to the city’s reputation as a 19th-century trading hub with its Singapore Dry Gin, which includes 22 Asian botanicals such as chrysanthemum, torch ginger flower and pomelo. The zesty, floral spirit is best enjoyed in the black-and-white tasting room; it also serves cocktails with spiced Pahit Pink Gin and Butterfly Pea Gin, which is blended with local butterfly pea flowers and morphs from a deep blue to indigo when tonic or citrus is added. In the R&D lab visitors can distill their own gin and take it home in personalised bottles.



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