Spring – the season of rejuvenation and new beginnings – has arrived.
For Min Jiang, one of Singapore’s most established and celebrated Chinese restaurants, this spring marks a notable chapter in the history of Min Jiang at One-North. Opened in Rochester Park in 2006, this second restaurant under the prestigious Min Jiang brand became renowned for its cuisine as well its status as the only Chinese restaurant to occupy a ‘black and white’ bungalow in Singapore.
Having called Rochester Park home for 12 years, the restaurant has taken a step forward: relocating to another heritage destination – Dempsey Hill – into new and bigger premises. Boasting an interior of contemporary chinoiserie, Min Jiang at Dempsey aims to deliver an elevated experience of award-winning Chinese dining in a chic and sophisticated ambience.
The restaurant is housed in a charming, British-era building located on the fringes of Dempsey Hill. Celebrated architect and interior designer, Ernesto Bedmar, has given the dining space – which has a larger floor area than its previous Rochester site – a modern chinoiserie aesthetic. Surrounded by lush greenery, the restaurant has an ethereal and romantic ambience that appeals widely to regular patrons as well as diners and visitors exploring the Dempsey Hill lifestyle enclave.
One of Min Jiang’s hallmarks has always been its elegant, sophisticated service. Whether it’s a romantic date, corporate lunch or family gathering. A catch-up with friends or a grand celebration like a wedding, anniversary or birthday. A meal with a foreign visitor or simply a quiet everyday repast – Min Jiang delivers you to the heart of the moment. It is a restaurant for all seasons. And as spring warms the river and the fish begin their journey, it opens its doors at its new home in Dempsey Hill.
Kind Kones is an all-natural vegan ice cream parlour at Forum The Shopping Mall. Their ice creams are vegan and free from dairy, refined sugar, soy, gluten, and other artificial additives. The shop also serves a selection of desserts that are healthier alternatives to conventional versions usually loaded with sugar and unhealthy fats.
Kind Kones strives to provide a better way to indulge in sweet treats guided by a philosophy of being kind to your body, the environment and to others.
Clove at Swissôtel The Stamford welcomes diners to an unforgettable gastronomic voyage. Explore some of the best global cuisines in their all-day dining buffet restaurant.
Travel across continents, lands and seas through a tapestry of aromas weaved together by an exquisite offering of native and international delights; including a sumptuous seafood selection with exciting Live and Do-It-Yourself stations. The surrounds of an earthy wooden palette with refreshing greenery basking in natural light, is the ideal social ground for a community that enjoys food. View their menu here.
Marché Mövenpick is back at VivoCity with a fresh new look. Delight in delicious European cuisines set in a traditional Swiss village with original 500 years’ old Swiss mountain houses and cable car imported from Switzerland.
Enjoy traditional Swiss rösti, Spanish paella, German pork knuckle, French crepes (sweet & savoury), Italian pasta, pizzas, homemade soups, garden fresh salad and made-to-order Caesar salad, quality meat from the apple-wood grill and market-fresh seafood. See, smell and feel the non-stop fresh cooking right in front of you.
Quench your thirst with refreshing homemade lemonade, iced teas, premium hot coffee & specialty teas.
A concept by Chef Rishi Naleendra and his wife Manuela Toniolo of the former Cheek by Jowl; Cheek Bistro on Boon Tat Street serves modern Australian fare - marrying the fresh, eclectic flavours of the cuisine style, with the comforting, hearty notes of bistro cooking.
Enjoy their à la carte menu which includes distinctively Cheek creations of Beef Tartare with Millet, Smoked Maple, Endives; Spanish Mackerel with Zucchini, Basil; and dessert of Goat's Cheese Parfait with Berries, White Chocolate.
A new style of family life is here. The newly-opened Maggie & Rose on Dempsey Road is the most brilliant Family Members’ Club and Play & Learn drop-off Programme! The original club was dreamt up back in 2006, in the heart of London. Since then, the Maggie & Rose family has gone global with hip hangouts in London, Hong Kong and China; it’s THE home away from home for families to eat, play and learn together.
It’s been a long journey creating the ultimate family destination for little ones and grown-ups to enjoy, but now, that Maggie & Rose magic has landed on Singapore’s shores.
Get in touch, drop by and join them to become part of their awesome Maggie & Rose family!
Shaw Theatres is pulling out all the stops with their latest cinema at Jewel Changi Airport, which boasts a number of new offerings for cinema-goers.
Shaw Theatres Jewel is home to Singapore's first next-generation IMAX hall featuring IMAX with Laser, Singapore's first dedicated family hall (Dreamers), first DTS:X sound capable halls (selected halls) and a new exclusive premium movie-going option (Lumiere).
In total, Shaw Theatres Jewel has 11 screens, comprising of an IMAX theatre, two Lumiere screens, a family-friendly Dreamers screen, and seven regular screens.
Mr. Mark Shaw, Director, Shaw Organisation Group of Companies, said: "We are staying true to our commitment to bring our patrons the best cinema experience. When we open a new cineplex or update an existing location, we aim to deliver class leading levels of comfort and technology. Our latest IMAX theatre at Shaw Theatres Jewel is equipped with IMAX's next-generation laser projection system and immersive sound technology that will deliver the best experience possible. At present, there are less than 15 such theatres around the world!”
Mr. Mark Shaw added: "We also understand that our patrons would like to have more theatre going options, so, our new Dreamers offering builds on our monthly Movies With The Little Ones programme catering to families with young children or just the young at heart; and, our other new concept, Lumiere, will serve those looking for a little more luxury and comfort while enjoying the latest blockbusters with the latest DTS:X sound system.”
Thye Hua Kwan Temple will house a Hall of Filial Piety, where ancestral tablets will be placed. There will also be video screening facilities in the hall, where families can play videos of their loved ones in remembrance of them. The temple will also house Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian deities for worship and lecture halls where multi-religious dialogue will be held to promote inter racial and inter religious understanding. To promote Inter-Religious Harmony, that will be a library for the Sacred Books of all religions.