The Paddock at Singapore Polo Club features poolside dining to lounge beats and a unique on-field dining experience not just for members but it's also open to the non-members from Monday to Friday.
The Paddock is situated by the club's newly-renovated swimming pool and offers sprawling views of the Club’s polo greens. Guests have front row seats to the polo games while sipping on signature summer-inspired cocktails and savouring their favourite bites. The Paddock preserves the heritage of the Singapore Polo Club whilst creating a contemporary resort-style bistro with brass-shelled lanterns, rattan chairs and marble tops.
Guests can relish the scrumptious food and beverage as they soak in the sun by the poolside at the new resort-style bistro or, spectate the heart-stopping and electrifying action from the Chukka Terrace during the games. To top it off, guests may enjoy a delectable drink by the field at sunset afterwards. The refined private dining room at the Paddock is ideal for family reunions as well as executive meetings.
The Paddock has a wide array of local and Western dishes infused with Coriander Leaf’s signature flavours, available all day long. ‘Nourish’, the new section of our menu, features numerous entrees specially crafted to feed the mind, body and soul. This health-focused section is both nutritious and delicious, with many tantalising options for vegan and gluten-free guests. The buffet, once permissible, will be ideal for long lazy weekend brunches. Cocktails make the perfect accompaniment while you bask in the sun by the pool, as are the wide array of craft and draft beers.
“We’re extremely pleased and honoured to be an integral part of the rejuvenated experience at the Singapore Polo Club. We look forward to welcoming our extensive member base to The Paddock as well as non-member guests, many of whom will hopefully enjoy their experience at the newly renovated club and eventually become members. I am also proud of my team, the opening of The Paddock is such a strong statement to make in these challenging times”, says Rajeev Panjwani, CEO of Coriander Leaf and exclusive F&B operator at the Singapore Polo Club.
Ippudo’s 8th dining outlet at Raffles City has Singapore-exclusive dishes not to be missed!
Known for their world famous Hakata-style ramen, Ippudo has specially created an array of Japanese-Western fusion plates to complement its signature ramen at its newest Raffles City Shopping Centre outlet. Savour Ippudo's Singapore-exclusive dishes like sizzling Teppan Rice with Japanese Wagyu Beef, Shaka Shaka Fries with Salted Egg, Salmon Katsu Bun and many more.
Enjoy comforting Dim Sum delights at their alfresco seating area along the Singapore River from 11.30am – 5pm daily.
Their Sampling Menu is also perfect for solo diners, couples or diners who want to have their favourites in small portions. One of the most popular choices include the famous Long Beach Chilli Crab cooked in a delectable spicy-sweet and eggy chilli gravy topped with fresh crab meat is best to consume with handmade fried bun ($18 per portion)
The Sampling Menu is available all-day at Long Beach @ Robertson Quay.
Nestled within Singapore’s city centre and a stone’s throw from the scenic Kampong Glam enclave, PARKROYAL on Beach Road, Singapore has unveiled its fully refurbished all-day dining restaurant, Ginger after extensive renovation, to reveal a brand new refreshed look that celebrates the abundance of Singapore’s natural beauty in the cosmopolitan city-state.
The spacious 535 sqm restaurant welcomes diners with an irresistible Ã¡ la carte buffet that showcases the best of Singaporean flavours.
Helmed by the hotel’s resident culinary master Executive Chef Vincent Aw, Ginger is where onesatiates all cravings for local delights – including the Signature Crabs (Chilli, Pepper and Kam Heong) that were a wildly popular free-flow favourite from before, while dining in an inviting space decked out in colours and textures inspired by the versatile plant that is loved for its flavours and health benefits.
The stunning ambience of Ginger is brought to life by award-winning Singapore-based Australian designer Emma Maxwell. Natural, raw elements such as timber and stone are lightly accented with nickel and brass but softened by a floral narrative through specially commissioned wallpapers and furniture textiles by fabric designer Kerrie Brown.
Every effort is made to plate each dish beautifully, ensuring that this Ã¡ la carte buffet experience is unlike others. Guests can also be assured of top-notch ingredients and meticulous preparation– all sauces, for example, are homemade. Guests may scan a QR code for the digital menu that showcases up to 53 dishes, and thereafter select their preferred dish and portion size. All buffet items are free-flow and served to the table.
Japan’s No.1 Tendon chain restaurant, Tempura Tendon Tenya or popularly known as Tenya, has opened its first restaurant in Singapore at Orchard Central.
Established in 1989 in the historical and cultural district of Asakusa in Tokyo, the tempura specialist has grown its presence over the past decades to 226 stores all over Japan as well as in the Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and now Singapore.
Through the years, Tenya has earned a following for authentic, quality, value-for-money meals. It is best known for its signature Tendon – a donburi bowl of lightly battered, crispy seafood, meat and/or vegetable tempura atop steaming Japanese Aomori rice with an umami tare glazing sauce drizzled over. Other favourites are the Japanese soba and udon noodles that complement an array of tempura in a marriage of textures and flavours.
Most of these ingredients are carefully sourced from longstanding producers in Japan who assure the highest in quality. Some of them are century-old and trusted with customising secret blends of tempura flour, tare sauce and togarashi chilli for a delightful taste that is unique to Tenya.
Tempura has traditionally been a premium Japanese cuisine and requires over 10 years of training to master the art of frying tempura. With a patented Automatic Fryer, Tenya is able to apply these professional techniques in frying tempura consistently without the skills of an experienced chef. Tempura is also cooked faster and in greater quantity, making Tenya’s tendon more affordable at a lower than average market price. Without quality deterioration from continuous frying, this exclusive machine fries impeccably crisp tempura each time in a mere 2 minutes.
Designed by Crown Digital, the smart retail solution provider arm of Crown Coffee, the latest version of ELLA, ELLA X, was built on the back of 4 earlier prototypes and experience from serving over 80,000 cups of coffee at over 40 events across the last 2 years. Situated next to Crown Coffee’s CT Hub 2 location, she is the first commercial standalone model designed for unmanned and contactless retail operations that is launched in the public domain.
Fully self-contained with its own mobile app, payment gateway and e-wallet, the end user can order and make payment on the Crown Coffee app on-the-go, while earning rebates by paying using Crown Dollars stored in their Crown Wallet. While ELLA is preparing the coffee, an interactive transparent OLED screen opens up a myriad of possibilities – from serving as an augmented reality photo booth to displaying customised dynamic advertising that is targeted to the end-user’s profile, or even indulging the end-user in a quick game or two. All while ELLA’s six axis robot arm works her magic behind the screen to produce the perfect cup of barista-quality coffee, using high quality Buscaglione Coffee beans that are ground-to-order and freshly frothed milk.
The new kitchen is the 56th GrabKitchen regionally, making Grab one of the largest operators of cloud kitchen facilities in Southeast Asia.
With the commitment to support merchant-partners’ growth and provide consumers with high-quality food options, Grab started its cloud kitchen operations in 2018. GrabKitchen provides merchant-partners with more opportunities to increase their footprint and test new concepts at lower costs, while offering them with immediate access to Grab’s user base. It also provides merchants with new incremental sales channels through features like mix-and-match where merchants can reach a new segment of customers who do group ordering for their family or friends.
At 2,971 sqft, GrabKitchen Aljunied features eight kitchens and a small dine-in area. It will see a mix of merchant-partners who are new to the cloud kitchen model such as homegrown food chains Putien and Maki-san, Japanese Teishoku brand Yayoi, as well as returning ones who have seen success in their GrabKitchen Hillview venture including Playmade, Wolf Burgers and CarversX. Similar to the Hillview outfit, GrabKitchen Aljunied will also offer consumers a selection of drinks, as well as dessert and snack options.
The Real Peranakan opened two outlets in quick succession in July and August 2020, amidst a global pandemic.
Brainchild and a labour of love of a serial entrepreneur with diverse business interests in the emerging markets, Mr SY Lim, believed that amidst all the chaos in the world, good food is still the simplest and most effective way to encourage bonding, communion and the fostering of relationships. And that is what Peranakan cooking is all about.
With an Indonesian Baba grandfather, he grew up eating Peranakan food cooked by his mother and despite being well travelled and having tried a myriad of cuisines, he shares that Peranakan cooking still evokes the most comforting memories of home.
The Real Peranakan is founded on the belief that the gastronomical journey never ends, and in working with the best chefs, consumers would be treated with authentic dishes that connect with people of all ages. Savour the tangy, spicy, herby and aromatic flavours characteristic of authentic Peranakan cuisine helmed by Celebrity Chef Philip Chia, also known as Philip, The Peranakan Chef who curated the Channel 8 hit TV series ‘The Little Nonya.’
In the short span of 2 months, The Real Peranakan’s menu has evolved and now showcases a celebrated menu that pays homage to Singapore’s rich cultural diversity and heritage flavours from a bygone era, aptly helmed by a true-blue Peranakan and an indisputable authority on Peranakan Cuisine.
Diners can expect quintessentially traditional Peranakan dishes at The Real Peranakan.