Top 3 Restaurants for September – Alati, BAM! and Dehesa

Another instalment of Karin van Vliet's top dining picks.
BAM!

September means that there are only four more months left in the year and with exciting plans afoot for the rest of the year, now’s a better time than any to get out and eat your heart out!

Just for Vanilla Beige readers, enjoy $15 off when you purchase the EATSingapore book using code VB15.


Alati

The beautiful interior at Alati on Amoy Street.

The bustling area of Amoy Street is the perfect location for the distinctly Greek restaurant Alati. With its white walls, white furniture and blue accents, the comfortable and inviting interior will make you feel as if transported to the Greek islands.

Alati Salt Baked Fish

The Salt Baked Fish at Alati, one of their signatures.

Authenticity is in the details by only using the best Greek-sourced ingredients. The owners work directly with suppliers all over Greece to import wine, beer and spirits, as well as wild-caught fish from the Aegean Sea. All dishes on the menu are made by hand from scratch to ensure the authentic Greek character comes through.

Find out more about the Chef Ioannis Stefanopoulos.

alati.sg

73 Amoy Street, Singapore
Phone: +65 6221 6124

Opening hours:
Lunch: Mon-Fri, 12:00pm to 2.30pm (Last order 2:00pm)
Dinner: Mon-Sat, 6:00pm to 12:00am (Last order 10:00pm)
Sunday Closed. Public Holidays/Eves open as usual.

Facebook: AlatiSG
Instagram: alatisg 


BAM!

BAM!

BAM! pays tribute to the trend of ‘Modern Shudo’ where ‘Shu-Do’ literally means ‘Sake-Way’: it’s a contemporary approach to Sake appreciation. You can choose from over 80 different Sakes, or let the Sake Sommelier pair each course to experience the different types as well as the exquisite flavours of each dish.

There are two distinct spaces. One features an open kitchen with high dining chairs at the counter and an industrial, minimalistic interior. The second is an intimate restaurant setting with warm wood and distressed metal. The menu changes rapidly based on the availability of fresh ingredients selected by Chef Pepe. The dishes represent Catalonian influenced cross-cultural, ensuring memorable flavours.

BAM! Chef Pepe

BAM! has refined their concept and offers Omakase menus only as of June 2017. When dining with EATSingapore, you will get $45 off the bill with every 2 Omakase menus ordered.

Our interview with Chef Pepe is coming soon. Follow Vanilla Beige on Facebook so you don’t miss it!

bamtapassake.com

38-40 Tras Street, Singapore 078977
Phone: 6226 0500

Opening hours:
Mon – Thu 18:00 – 22:30
Tue – Fri 12:00 – 14:00
Fri & Sat 18:00 – 23.30
Closed Sundays

Facebook: bamsingapore
Instagram: bam.singapore


Dehesa

Dehesa

A gastronomic adventure and alternative dining experience – Dehesa will keep you on the edge of your seat with its commitment to whole animal usage. Yes, you heard that right; alternative cuts, offal and of course the well-loved classic cuts are all featured on the menu to create distinctive and robustly flavoured dishes.

There’s an open and welcoming ambience on stepping inside Dehesa while hidden corners create intimate dining options. If you want to see Chef-Owner Jean-Philippe (JP) at work up close, take a seat at the open kitchen bar that takes centre stage.

Dehesa

Our interview with Chef JP is coming soon. Follow Vanilla Beige on Facebook so you don’t miss it!

dehesa.com.sg

12 North Canal Road, Singapore 048825
Phone: 6221 7790

Opening hours:
Mon & Tue – closed
Wed – Sat 18:30 – 22:30
Sun – closed

Facebook: dehesa.sg


EATSingapore gives you a free main or discount on the set menu when dining at any of their twelve, personally selected restaurants. Visit them on eatsingapore.sg and find out more by reading 12 Fantastic Restaurants in One EATSingapore Keepsake Book.

Vanilla Beige is pleased to say that we now have an affiliate agreement with EATSingapore. By shopping with the code VB15, you will receive $15 off the price and you will also be helping us to continue bringing you great stories and articles.

All images have been provided by the restaurants unless otherwise credited. Top image is of BAM!.

Karin is the founder of EATSingapore and writes about her journey as an entrepreneur, social causes that she loves and her experiences as a foodie. She also shares some of her favourite recipes to help you live a healthier life while still loving what you eat. Karin is passionate about eating well and living a conscious life. Visit eatsingapore.sg
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