Lexington is a life-style Brand and has a strong position in home decoration. Over the years there has been an increasing demand for new product categories to expand the Lexington brand. The cross over to the clothing business was therefore natural and sought after and in December 2007 the first collection from Lexington Clothing Co. was launched.
The assortment for home is influenced by the typical New England style. Lexington follows the tradition from the East Coast of America and the collection is true to the American tradition of superior craftsmanship. All Collections are build on the tradition and inspiration from this part of the world. However, we believe that there are people all around the world, in all countries that enjoy this style of life.
With the Lexington range you can always combine colors and styles, whether you live in the city or in the countryside. There are a lot of possibilities to combine the different products, qualities and designs.
Local breakfast chain Kith Cafe has set up another outlet at Millenia Walk, bringing its popular brunch plates to the heart of town.
Like its other branches in Park Mall and Sentosa, this new casual-dining restaurant serves a wide variety of breakfast items, pastas and mains such as the smoked salmon sous-vide eggs, steak and fries and wagyu beef burger. Brunch is from 8am-5pm daily, lunch starts from 11am-5pm and dinner from 5-10pm, but available throughout the day are a selection of red, white and sparkling wines, craft beers and coffee.
The Coffee House epitomizes what the local food scene is about. It is the only concept that houses all our ultimate comfort food in one place. Local favorites like Hokkien Mee, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Char Kway Teow, Laksa, Ba Kut Teh, Popiah and even Rojak can all be found in The Coffee House, the list goes on. These local favorites have been elevated by their master chef with each dish carefully prepared to perfection.
The Coffee House is decorated to a theme of modern yet nostalgic feel. It's cashier counter and bar counter walls are decorated with playing marbles. Old time games that has already been lost with the time. Mirrors hanging by the ceiling are worded with Chinese characters which brings us down memory lanes where such mirrors are commonly found in old pawn shops and provision shops.
The Coffee House serves customers throughout the day, from breakfast favorites like Kaya Toast to lunch and dinner menu. And not to forget desserts and snacks like Muah Chee and Satay during tea time.
Sundubu is a type of Korean stew featuring tofu cooked with a variety of ingredients such as vegetables, meat and seafood.
The dish gained popularity after a restaurant specializing in Sundubu opened in Los Angeles by a Korean immigrant. Its success led to more Sundubu specialty restaurants opening in cities like New York.
Tokyo Sundubu aims to incorporate this dish into the Japanese food culture through enhancing the flavors of the soup and ingredients while maintaining its authentic taste.
Eighteen Chefs is a Halal certified restaurant chain well-known for their cheese baked rice and wide variety of western cuisine with a local twist, at an affordable price. They offer a casual and unique dining experience for youths, working executives and families.
Eighteen Chefs inspires troubled youth to find positive ways to integrate them back into society, and provides them a safe and non-judgemental working environment.
Be spoilt with a great variety of food choices, from their best selling Heart Attack Fried Rice series to their All Time Favourites or Be Your Own Chefs at their restaurant!
Corporate organisations have also approached them for teambuilding sessions, hearing that they conduct learning journeys with various schools in Singapore for all levels, from pre-schools to pre-universities.
DV8 aims to be the top-class destination club for Connoisseurs of the Asia music scene. Courageous in the face of the unfamiliar, DV8 will bring to our discerning party goers at Clarke Quay an all new experience in our live Mandopop and Cantopop concert and dance club entertainment concept.
DV8 is poised to offer the best and most refreshing Asia music entertainment experience for astute urban elites in central Singapore.
Tissot, with its signature 'Innovators by Tradition', has been pioneering craftsmanship and innovation since its foundation in 1853. Today Tissot is a member of the Swatch Group, the world's largest watch producer and distributor. The company has always had its home in the Swiss watchmaking town of Le Locle in the Jura Mountains but now also has a presence in 160 countries.
The Tissot innovation leadership is enabled by the development of high-tech products, special materials and advanced functionality. With a broader, more versatile range of high-quality timepieces at an attractive price than any other Swiss watch brand, Tissot also expresses its commitment to making excellence accessible.
As official timekeeper and partner of FIBA, AFL, MotoGP™, FIM Superbike and the World Championships of cycling, fencing and ice hockey, Tissot is committed to respecting tradition, underlining its core values of performance, precision and setting new standards.
Sakurazaka is a traditional shabu shabu concept with a European flair to its cuisine. Headed by Consultant Chef Masashi Horiuchi, Sakurazaka is inspired by his Japanese heritage, European culinary roots and his penchant for refined, convivial dining.
Sakurazaka is located in the Greenwood enclave whose leafy roadways and quiet affluence bears a resemblance to the city of Sakurazaka in Fukuoka, Japan. The restaurant’s interior design combines the old and new together with open layouts and sleek contemporary lines, the traditional use of wood in the walls, ceiling, and furniture.
In Sakurazaka, find six delicious broths, from the traditional ago dashi or dried flying fish stock, pork bone, chicken and vegetarian soya milk to more European touches such as Bouillabaisse stock and beef consommé.
On offer are selections of prime Japanese and European meats, vegetables and seafood, including less common items such as Kyushu Shirobuta pork, Japanese Aomori rice-fed beef, F1 Joshu Wagyu beef, and F1 Wagyu-Holstein cross-breed beef. At the end of meal, the diner can choose to have rice cooked together with leftover broth in the pot and mozzarella cheese for a savory, delicious risotto – a European influence on the traditional Japanese way of combining rice and broth towards the end of a shabu shabu meal.
Sakurazaka also offers traditional sukiyaki, in which meat and vegetables are first cooked in a pan, followed by the addition of broth and condiments such as soy sauce, sugar and mirin, resulting in a dish sweeter than shabu-shabu. The cooked ingredients dipped into a whole raw egg.
For desserts, Sakurazaka offers kakigori, a Japanese dessert of finely shaved ice flavoured with syrup and condensed milk. Sakurazaka has re-imagined kakigori, adding refinements such as Ujikintoki Green Tea and Hokkaido Milk, as well as European ingredients to produce the sensational Port Wine and Tiramisu kakigori.
The companion to excellent food is always a superb drink. Sakurazaka offers an exquisite choice of wines, sake, and Japanese craft beers. Sakurazaka is a concept by leading fine wine merchant, Wine Culture; bringing to the restaurant a curated selection of fine wines.