The Future of Fast Food Has Arrived



(Singapore, 22 Oct 2020) Opening on 30 October 2020, 8ASH by Ebb & Flow Group (8ASH) is the new F&B kid on Ann Siang Hill. A multiconcept modern casual diner by Ebb & Flow Group, 8ASH is a retro-outfitted 40-seater restaurant that houses three distinct brands under one roof. Guests will enjoy American and Japanese cuisines under house brands Mirai Burgers, Hoshi Hill and famed fully vegan Love Handle Burgers, in an array of luxe-comfort dishes meant for sharing.


Nestled in a cosy nook of Ann Siang Hill - the acronyms forming the namesake of 8ASH - the newly renovated shophouse boasts a tech-driven kitchen on the first floor, with dining space on the second. Prior to opening, 8ASH operated solely as a dark kitchen serving the online delivery and takeaway needs of the various brands under the Group.


Multiconcept Remastered Cuisine

The retro neon-lit dining outfit is helmed by head chef Addis Tan, who has an illustrious

background in some of Singapore’s most prestigious establishments such as Garibaldi and Ricciotti with over 14 years of experience under his belt and who is an ardent supporter of plant-based fast good food.


American and Japanese influences are heavily found across the brands, materialising in the form of the food available on the menu. Think iconic burgers and Japanese bowls, remastered with premium ingredients such as caviar and ikura freshly flown in from Hokkaido, where 8ASH gets most of its ingredients from.


Mirai Burgers is the American-Japanese burger concept under 8ASH, offering creations that use classic Japanese flavours and cooking techniques, and showcases them in such as the Ultimate Fish Burger ($18) and Yuzu Karaage Burger ($14) - the former of which comprises of hake filet and caviar tartrate enveloped in fluffy brioche, while the latter is fried chicken in yuzu kyosho batter, American slaw and mature cheddar.


Love Handle Burgers is the other burger concept under the same roof and is fully vegan with a mouth-watering array of burgers made with the award-winning meat substitute Impossible patty. All about sizzling and flavourful plant-based ingredients for everyone’s pleasure - vegans and meat-eaters alike can rejoice with the delectable selection of approachable and indulgent options that overturn stereotypes of vegan cuisine. Local flavours are also reinterpreted in the vegan “Ramli” ($15), a perfect choice for fans of the pasar malam food icon, the Ramly Burger.


Apart from the burger options, Hoshi Hill is the label that brings to the table casual-luxe

Japanese set meals such as their Hokkaido scallop chilled somen ($25), topped with tangy ponzu jelly and ikura. Sharing is caring, and this is exemplified in their Hoshi Wagyu Steak ($16), where friends can tuck into perfectly tender Australian Wagyu Picanha with a marble score of 8 to 9.


To complement the mouth-watering mains, 8ASH also serves up scrumptious sides and bar snacks such as Japanese salad, charr