Described as Houston’s first fresh-casual Asian restaurant, SING offers Houstonians a taste of Singapore. Located at Lowell Street Market in the Heights neighborhood, SING’s flavors represent Singapore’s cultural melting pot in a comfortable and casual environment. With a diverse culinary history, Singapore’s flavors perfectly blend Thai, Malay, Indian, Vietnamese and Chinese cuisines. The new restaurant is the brainchild of food critic Cuc Lam and Jerry Lasco of Max’s Wine Dive and The Tasting Room.
The menu is vast with soup, lite bites, shareable plates, entrées, desserts and kids’ options. Mein Ga Vietnamese soup with chicken, mushrooms and glass noodles makes for a great comfort food dish. Lighter bites include Singapore chili crab rangoon, mango shrimp rolls with peanut hoisin sambal and roti canai with curry sauce. For family-style eating and shared plates, marinated pork with lemongrass, chili and garlic hits the spot or enjoy Thai and tandoori chicken satay. Each shareable plate comes with marinated spicy cucumbers. The noodle soup menu includes a Malay curry, Singapore soup with rib meat and a beef bone broth with rice noodles and meatballs. Wok-fried noodles include pad Thai and dan dan noddles, curry noodles and wide rice noodles with pork and eggs. Wok fried rice, tikka masala or Thai basil with pork and green beans round out the fried rice choices.
SING’s beverage menu includes sake on tap, wines by the glass, local craft brews, jasmine teas and more. So whether you’re looking for a fun night out or a quick Singapore-inspired bite, SING makes for a great dining option.