Paradise Group's Beauty In The Pot, has opened its newest and largest branch at OneKM mall. Spanning more than 7,000 sq ft, the new branch can host up to 288 patrons.
Savour the essence of health and beauty with every steaming pot of soup at Beauty in The Pot. Inspired by the culture of food for health, the hotpot concept offers six nourishing soup bases that promise rich flavours coupled with abundant benefits.
All ingredients are artfully made by their team of chefs to match seamlessly with the rich and flavourful soup bases for maximum enjoyment. Be awed by the sumptuous menu of fresh ingredients and homemade specialties coupled with their soup bases.
Be sure not to miss out on the homemade Fish Tofu which is prepared daily for the ideal melt-in-your-mouth texture and only exclusively available at Beauty in the Pot.
A celebrated stalwart in the Chinese fine dining scene for over two decades, Hua Ting Restaurant at Orchard Hotel re-opens after months of stylish renovations with a brand-new sophisticated space and revitalised menus that offer a more distinctive experience for discerning diners. The multi-million makeover marks Hua Ting Restaurant’s most extensive refurbishment.
Established in 1992, Hua Ting Restaurant has built a firm reputation in Singapore, winning multiple awards for consistent quality and outstanding delicacies that have been the centre of family and corporate get-togethers.
As one of the earliest Chinese fine dining hotel restaurants in Singapore, it aims to impart traditional flavours to new generations of diners, with the art of Cantonese craftsmanship underpinning every dish.
Set in a brand new sophisticated space, Hua Ting’s team of accomplished chefs led by Hong Kong Masterchef Lap Fai continues to innovate new signature dishes while keeping with its enduring tradition of serving authentic Cantonese classics.
Savour new signatures that showcase a palette of flavours including Chilled Marinated South African Baby Abalone with Japanese Sake, Spike Sea Cucumber and Organic Black Garlic, Steamed Fresh Crab Claw with Egg White and more.
Relish the repertoire of Cantonese classics executed with masterful panache - the must-try being Hua Ting’s Signature Crispy Roasted Duck. Other firm favourites include Braised Australian Green Lip Whole Abalone with Supreme Oyster Sauce, Japanese Wagyu Beef with Wild Mushroom and Black Peppercorn in Hot Stone Bowl, Charcoal-grilled Iberico Pork ‘Char Siew’ and dim sum delights such as Signature Baked Mango Chicken Tartlet and Wok-fried Turnip Cake with Homemade X.O. Sauce in Hot Stone Bowl.
Complement the exquisite epicurean fare with a thoughtfully-curated tea collection that offers a unique tea-pairing experience. Choose from nine premium grades of tea while exclusive blends inspired by the four seasons appeal to tea connoisseurs.
WAN is your new sanctuary. A premium nightlife space with high-energy music, an elaborate design, delicious cocktails and stunning people.
WAN is a proudly Asian premium nightclub and outdoor gastrobar, located in Singapore’s prime area of Suntec City with a clear view of the iconic Fountain of Wealth. A venue catering for early evening and late night happenings that encourage indulgence in a decadent, distinctly Asian utopian setting.
During all evenings of the week, WAN | Bar + Eat welcomes you to kick back with attractive happy hour promos, get buzzed with hand-crafted signature cocktails and lick your fingers clean with OMG-worthy Asian-inspired culinary treats.
At late nights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, WAN | Club invites you to escalate your night in the best possible way. Step indoors to a concoction of elite crowd, high energy musical sensations, elevated VIP service sections, and titillating jaw-dropping atmosphere supplemented with spectacles of thought-provoking design.
The Great Room, a hospitality-led co-working space expands its presence and continues to bring the hotel industry's best tricks to the Singapore co-working space with the opening of its second location in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District at Centennial Tower.
Spanning 36,000 square feet over two floors with a 360-degree wrap-around view of downtown Singapore, the new space is a response to the success and strong demand received from its first One George Street location opened in 2016. This opening is set to challenge the current workspace model and elevate the co-working scene in Singapore by combining the best of private members' clubs such as Soho House with co-working spaces aimed at enterprising professionals.
Designed in collaboration with global design studio HASSELL, The Great Room at Centennial Tower is sophisticated, laden with natural light and the most sumptuous views of Singapore’s signature cityscape.
alittle tashi is a fresh addition to Jalan Besar that welcomes you to experience modern comfort food. In this laid-back 60-seater restaurant, a medley of global flavours is anchored by Asian roots.
IF YOU OBEY ALL THE RULES, YOU MISS ALL THE FUN
Family name ‘alittle', given name ‘tashi' (meaning ‘blessings' and ‘welcome' in Tibetan), tashi counts its deep Asian roots as its blessing, while readily welcoming diverse influences of the world.
Tashi calls the offbeat Jalan Besar neighbourhood its home, an environment that invites you to break the rules - your way. Let loose, eat with your hands and get messy, it is highly encouraged. In a city full of rules, this 1,200 sq. ft. space only has one - to have fun.
Takayama invites you into an exclusive yet intimate theatre of refined dining, cocooned in the midst of the Central Business District.
Japanese cuisine encompasses the richness of Japanese culture, brought to life at Takayama by their chefs as they perform culinary magic right before your eyes. Savour the authentic umami flavour of Japanese food inspired by the passage of the seasons to satisfy both your heart and your appetite, each dish an exquisite masterpiece.
Takayama’s main dining room features two kappo-style counters for seven and five guests respectively, which offer interaction and personal attention from their chefs, as well as a two-seat and a four-seat booth. In addition, guests can enjoy the exclusivity of two private dining rooms, for six and eight guests respectively.
Chef Taro Takayama is a native of Wakayama, near Osaka, home to extraordinary scenic beauty and some of Japan’s best ramen. His culinary calling has its roots here and in the comforting taste of childhood dishes that is deeply etched in his memory.
Pursuing his passion for Japanese cuisine, Chef Taro began his career at three-star Michelin restaurants in Osaka, such as Kashiwaya in Senriyama and Koryu in Kitashinchi. A mere eight years later, in 2013, he was appointed Master Chef at the residence of the Japanese Ambassador to Singapore, a coveted assignment that saw him cook for many high-profile events and serve up his creations to celebrities and dignitaries, including Japan’s Crowne Prince Naruhito and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Having developed a deep appreciation for Singapore’s cultural diversity and local cuisine, Chef Taro went on to become Chef de Cuisine at Mandarin Orchard Singapore. At Takayama, he continues to delight diners with his culinary artisanry that celebrates the authentic flavours and meticulous simplicity of Japanese food at its finest.
The culinary culture of their menu originates from Osaka, which came to be known during the Edo period as "the kitchen of the world". Across their kappo counter, your senses will be awakened to the rich ingredients gathered from around Japan, to the sound of meat grilling, fish frying, and the exuberance of their chefs as they lavish attention on perfecting each creation.
Inspired by the changing seasons of Japan, their menu is dictated by seasonal ingredients and cooking methods. their signature dish, Abalone + Uni is the ultimate celebration of this inspiration. Beverages too are curated with the seasons in mind to complement Takayama’s culinary style.
Atap is a non-alcoholic quintessential rooftop bar serving localised bespoke mocktails, located in the heart of Singapore’s heritage quarters, Arab Street.
With an amazing view, Atap is secretly located at one of the highest points of the area, nestled at the rooftop of a hipster hostel - Shophouse Hostel.
Atap is the first bar of its kind serving only non-alcoholic drinks and bespoke mocktails. All the drinks served at Atap are unique, just like their mocktails which are concocted using common herbs, fruits and spices from their very own garden to bring familiarity to your taste buds with a classic local twist. Every drink tells a story written deep within Singapore’s ancient history and folk legend. While you’re at it, come try their nostalgic nibblets and delicious bar snacks as well!
Going to Atap will transport you back to the colonial days of Singapore’s kampong past. Here you will take a trip down memory lane and relive back your younger days and get drunk on unbridled playfulness, fresh nostalgia and their favorite view of this heritage area.
p/s: you will need to climb 5 stories to reach the bar.