7 celeb-owned restaurants to visit for your next meal
There is a trend circulating amongst our favourite celebrities like Nat Ho and Felicia Chin. These stars are turning their passion for food into restaurants and cafes.
If you really want a glimpse into the palates of these celebrities, look no further than these celeb-owned restaurants. Scroll through the gallery to see the famous faces behind food establishments like Wholly Crab and Birders.
If you are familiar with the “Tanglin” star, you would know that he is quite the foodie and it was a true labour of love to bring popular Taiwanese bubble tea chain, Bobbi Frutti, to Singapore.
The chain is known for its Instagrammable fruit-infused drinks made from tea leaves that are sourced from Taiwan. This bubble tea joint is the hunky actor’s second venture into the F&B industry. Having opened a healthy bento stall, Lovebento, situated at food enclave Wild Market in 2017, Nat Ho is no stranger to the F&B scene.
Address: The Clementi Mall, 3155 Commonwealth Ave W #04-K4, S129588
When local actress isn’t busy being super adorable with boyfriend Jeffrey Xu or starring in hit drama series, she is running her restaurant in seafood stall, Wholly Crab, located in Satay by the Bay.
This fuss-free seafood stall is the kind of place you would want to go to for a late-night supper. The fare itself is a mix of Louisana seafood, Western-Japanese dishes, topped off with local inspired sauces like laksa sauce.
Address: Satay by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, S018953
Langkawi is a very special place for the Singapore based actress because she grew up there. The Malaysian island is also special to Jesseca because she recently tied the knot there with local media personality Jeremy Chan.
It is no wonder that Jesseca chose to open her cafe in the Jewel of Kedah. The quaint cafe offers healthy dishes like organic noodles and wholesome treats like apple rose cinnamon toast.
Address: 41 Langkawi Mall, Jalan Kelibang, Mukim Kuah, 07000
The Chinese actress is adding another job to her resume. KiKi Restaurant, a Chinese restaurant located in different locations across Taipei, is the brainchild of Shu Qi, along with Matilda Tao and Pauline Lan.
The menu is just as impressive as its owners, especially if you love savoury, family-style Sichuan fare. If you’re not heading to Taiwan anytime soon, you can place an order for the restaurant’s KiKi instant Noodles through an online platform – KiKi Fine Goods Singapore.
Adam Chen has already captured our hearts with his acting chops and charming good looks, but he can also curate some fantastic bar food. His latest foray into the F&B sector is casual-chic Yakitori bar, Birders, located along Tras Street.
The “Tanglin” star is also the co-owner of Park, a cafe and bistro situated along Holland Avenue and the Five Izakaya bar chain.
Celebrity besties, Michelle Chong and Cynthia Koh, joined forces to set up Mischief, a restaurant that serves up Western street food along with alcoholic beverages.
Head to Mischief, and who knows, you might just meet the famous faces behind the establishment. Even if you don’t, you can still enjoy a satisfying meal whilst enjoying an unparalleled view of the Singapore skyline. Bonus: there is no GST or service charge at this restaurant.