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Former Food Critic’s Singaporean Restaurant Is Headed to the Heights

Sing will open at Lowell Street Market

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Former Houston Press food critic Cuc Lam has announced that her forthcoming Singaporean restaurant Sing will open its doors at Lowell Street Market.

Lam announced the restaurant back in December, and it was originally expected to open at the 34th & Ella development in Oak Forest. Now, Sing will open at Lowell Street Market, a development that is currently under construction, alongside ice cream cookie sandwich spot Smoosh and another outpost of brunch favorite Snooze.

Sing will occupy 1,230 square feet, in a space that will seat between 20 and 30 diners, according to a press release. The restaurant will sit adjacent to a communal green space, where diners can lounge and enjoy dishes like chicken tikka masala, char kway teow (a stir-fry made with flat rice noodles), and mango-shrimp spring rolls. A couple of parking spots will make it easy for diners to swing by for take-out via a to-go station.

Sing is expected to arrive in October. Stay tuned for a more definitive opening timeline. In the meantime, scope out a rendering of the space below:

Sing [Official Photo]