9 Newest & Latest Restaurants At South Beach Avenue You Should Bring Your Bae To


Last Updated on 2017-04-19 , 5:04 pm

One more old army camp just got converted into a fancy lifestyle hub complete with numerous atas restaurants and bars. Beach Road Military Camp, which was well known for being the camp where the first National Service enlistment took place, now has 2 new tower buildings built in addition to the 4 old heritage buildings.

Now known as South Beach Avenue, the new dining and lifestyle concepts here are very exciting, and we have listed down 9 of the must-visit outlets.

1. Fynn’s

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An Australian restaurant (you don’t really see that very often, do you?) that seems to have it all. Weekends, the restaurant serves up some great brunch fare like Vanilla Hotcakes and homemade corn fritters, served with specialty coffee from Common Man Roasters.

Standard Lunch and Dinner menus are full of grilled meats, homemade pasta and burgers, which makes this the perfect place for any kind of meal, from business to leisure to simply a quick one.

South Beach Avenue,
26 Beach Road #B1-21,
Singapore 189768

2. Atmastel

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Atmastel is a modern casual Italian restaurant serving authentic Italian fare with the freshest ingredients. What sets this Italian restaurant apart from the rest is probably the head chef, Andrea Tarini, who has a 3-Michelin-stars background.

Expect standard Italian fare with all the classics and some modern takes, made in an open-concept kitchen. The food may seem simple, but the flavours are guaranteed to delight.

There is even a retail section with over 70 varieties of artisanal cold cuts, cheeses, wines and condiments in the restaurant, so you can attempt to replicate the taste at home.

Atmastel – Cucina Italiana
South Beach Avenue,
26 Beach Road #B1-22,
Singapore 189768

3. Alchemist Beer Lab

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Alchemist Beer Lab prides themselves on being the world’s first infusion beer bar. What that means is that beer (and other alcoholic drinks like cider) are infused with natural flavours from other ingredients such as pink guavas in large beer infusion towers.


And the bar has 16 of those on display, all of the different flavours, like their 50 Shades of Pink (cider infused with pink guava) or the Obama (stout with toasted marshmallows, vanilla pods and mint leaves).

In addition to the very interesting beers, the bar also has some great tapas to go along, like cold cut platters and chicken wings.

Alchemist Beer Lab
South Beach Avenue,
26 Beach Road, #B1-16,
Singapore 189768

4. Black Cow

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A classy Japanese restaurant offering Shabu Shabu and Sukiyaki. Black Cow is also the first place to offer Kanto-style Sukiyaki and serves Matsusaka A5 Wagyu beef as well (that’s the highest grade of wagyu beef, by the way). Even their lowest graded beef in the restaurant is an A3 marbled Japanese Wagyu beef. You’re not going to find anything less (or cheaper).

Even their lowest graded beef in the restaurant is an A3 marbled Japanese Wagyu beef. You’re not going to find anything less (or cheaper).

Fortunately, there are some cheaper alternatives, like black pork or crab (actually not cheap also).

However, you’re getting what you’re paying for, which is some excellent Japanese fare. You’re also going to be hard pressed to find any better beef anywhere else in Singapore.

Black Cow
South Beach Avenue,
26 Beach Road #B1-20,
Singapore 189768

5. Fasta

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“Fast” and “Pasta”, get it? A new and interesting take on the traditional pasta restaurant, this outlet boasts a serving time of 5 minutes. Talk about setting benchmarks for themselves.

Apparently, you’ll get your pasta in 5 minutes. Their menu consists of a warm bowl and cold bowl list, with selections like Scallop Wallop (pan-seared scallops) and Siow Ba Mee (glazed pork belly).


They also have a Fasta Bowl menu, which allows you to assemble your own bowl of pasta, by choosing your own pasta/grain, side, 2 garnishes, and a homemade sauce.

The price is quite competitive too, at around $10 per bowl.

South Beach Avenue,
26 Beach Road, #B1-23,
Singapore 189768

6. The Armoury

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The Armoury is in the—you guessed it—old armoury building of the old military camp. During the day, the place works like a café, serving coffee and breakfast sets earlier in the day, and a casual lunch menu with European main cuisines and protein lunch dishes.

The highlight of the place, however, is at night, when it turns into a craft beer and wine bar. They offer so many varieties of international craft beers, that their drinks menu is longer than their food menu. Their happy hour runs from 5 to

Their happy hour runs from 5 to 8 pm, with a special deal of 6 bottles of craft beer for only $36.


The Armoury
36 Beach Rd,
Singapore 189677

7. Caffè Vergnano 1882

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Caffè Vergnano 1882 is Italy’s oldest family-owned coffee roasters. Which means they take their coffee very seriously, from their range of equipment for making coffee, to the care and expertise of the baristas.

Unsurprisingly, their signature is, of course, their exclusive 1882 Espresso Blend coffee. They also offer all the standard variations of coffee drinks, from Americano to Flat Whites, in addition to others like Delizioso and Caffè Gianduja.

They don’t just serve coffee, however. Caffè Vergnano also offers some traditional Italian fare to go with your beverage, such as pasta, and even cakes and pastries as well.

Caffè Vergnano 1882
South Beach Avenue,
26 Beach Road, #B1-17,
Singapore 189768


8. Vatos Urban Tacos

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Tacos, but not what you’d expect. Vatos Urban Tacos serve a unique Korean-Mexican fusion fare, skilfully combining the intense flavours from both cuisines. All three owners have roots in either California or Texas and grew up on Mexican food, so you can be assured of the authenticity.

It’s difficult to imagine, but their incredible dishes like the Kimchi Carnitas Fries, Chimichurri Chicken Tacos combined the fiery flavours of Korean food and Mexican food to bring you an experience like no other.

They also offer some specialty margaritas, which are excellent companions to their great food.

Vatos Urban Tacos
36 Beach Rd,
Singapore 189677

9. Real Food

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You don’t see many vegetarian restaurants around here and vegan ones? Pretty much non-existent, save for this little vegan restaurant chain known as Real Food. They pride themselves on their vegetarian and organic menu, free from processed food, trans-fats and additives.

Unlike all the vegetarian stalls in hawker centres, this classy restaurant offers dishes like the rosemary and garlic hash brown, pasta with oil of oregano with veggie balls made out of chickpeas and beet. Vegan food already quite hard to find, and atas vegan food even harder.

Their ingredients are sourced from ethical and sustainable sources as well, in their effort to take a more humanistic approach to F&B.

Real Food 真食
#B1-19, 26 Beach Rd,
Singapore 189768


All these outlets and more can be found within or near South Beach Avenue, which is directly connected to Esplanade MRT and City Hall MRT, so it’s super accessible.

Also, one more thing before you make your way there. We’re giving away of 3 sets of $50 vouchers that can be used in Fasta and Caffe Vergnano!

Simply share this article on Facebook, and tag your friends in the comment section! This giveaway will run from today, 13th April all the way to 20th April, next Thursday, so act fast! We’ll be picking the winners afterwards, so stay tuned.

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