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A for Arbite

It all began with a simple belief shared by three secondary school buddies, that good food should be affordable and accessible. And so good food is at the heart of it all because the best reward for an honest day’s work is a hearty meal.

Opened in March 2013, A for Arbite is the sister to Arbite @ Serangoon Gardens. While they have things in common (like hearty brunches and handmade pasta), A for Arbite has a special focus at dinner time on a food and drink pairing menu. Choose three or four dishes from the menu, and then pick one of the recommended drinks to enhance the flavours – much more exciting than just an entree and a main! Of course, they have some pretty fantastic desserts, like a rich dark chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream, or a very twisted Cookies & Cream Cheesecake. All of this is in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere too – they want everyone to have fun along with their food.

It’s a great place to grab some awesome small bites to share and big bites for feasting. A for Arbite aims to provide a wholesome dining experience where food, drink and company is all you need to have a great time.


The hit to your wallet: From $7 for ginseng panna cotta to $32 for spaghettini with lobster


Why we love A for Arbite: Just like it’s sister Arbite, A for Arbite never disappoints with their mouth-watering dishes and desserts! We recommend “My Wife’s Chocolate Cake”, which is served with vanilla bean ice cream!


Location & opening hours:

28 Aliwal Street #01-01
Singapore, Singapore 199918

Tuesday – Friday: 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 11:00 am – 10:30 pm


Contact number: +65 8321 2252






Images courtesy of Arbite and  bookjunkie, Tiny Island



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