Sam Han Gung is an authentic premium Korean BBQ restaurant inspired by the Three Kingdoms during the historical Korean era of Goguryeo period.
Indulge yourself in the likeness of Korean Royalty and be pampered with their imported premium meats, meticulously prepared by their best chefs from Sam Han Gung's Royal Kitchen. After all, they are committed to serving you only the best meat cuts, ensuring that you receive a dining experience, befitting of a guest of the Korean Royal Court.
Enjoy some Japanese inspired comfort food served with honest hospitality from the team at Hello Arigato, now serving in the charming neighbourhood of Thomson.
Some of the best experiences in the world often start with a simple HELLO. As avid lovers of asian comfort food, their team believes that the best meals are often cooked with classic recipes using hearty ingredients. Feel at home in their cosy little space and allow them to surprise you with their renditions of familiar dishes, recreated with a twist of local.
Fresh from a renovation complete with a Sakura- themed new look, Gram Café & Pancakes at VivoCity Mall is now ready to take a break and have a Kit Kat with a new limited-edition Gram x KITKAT® menu!
In conjunction with its relaunch, Gram is excited to debut a series of premium Kit Kat pancakes, frappes, and soft serve, headlined by a Gram x KITKAT® Premium Matcha Pancakes as an ode to the Sakura theme of the new space.
The Osaka souffle specialist is looking to all things Japanese for the new outlet, including a menu made with Japan’s popular chocolate finger wafers, KITKAT®! Together, Osaka souffle pancakes, Kit Kat, and matcha serve to bring about three Japanese favourites in one place.
After a month-long renovation, Gram Café & Pancakes unveils a new look that is a nod to Japan with pastel pinks and baby blues dressing a bigger new space for sweets and treats. Rounded archways and plush cushions make for a welcoming invite, all anchored around a towering faux tree laden with lush pink sakura in full bloom. Whether you’re looking for a quick sweet fix or idle the afternoon away at Gram Café & Pancakes, there’s always a smile with pancakes.
Beginning 18th September, the KITKAT® menu will be available for order exclusively at the VivoCity outlet for three months as part of Gram’s reopening menu.
The star of the show is the Limited Edition Gram Premium Matcha Pancakes made with KITKAT® (S$22.90). Three discs of matcha souffle pancakes are served with a side of Kit Kat Chocolate Soft Serve, finished off with chocolate rasps, Kit Kat matcha chocolate bar, strawberries, and house-made butter and whipped cream. On the side, more Kit Kat sauce awaits to add to the indulgence should you prefer.
Look forward to Mozza’s authentic style of rustic Italian cuisine from Silverton's original, one-Michelin-starred outpost in Los Angeles with a modern twist. They are also famous for their award-winning wine program as well as a curated list of creative cocktails.
Now you can take away from their fresh menu of Swedish meatballs, beef pies, gourmet hotdogs and more.
Boasting a fresh menu of gourmet hot dogs, beef pies and banana & blueberry ice cream, they've also introduced digital kiosks and snack vending machines for a quick grab and go after a day of shopping! Find out more at IKEA.sg/bistro or visit them this week for a bite!
At NOM, they want to share their cherished memory of gelato on a hot day with the community.
NOM was born out of a desire to create high quality gelato. It's as simple as that.
From the classics to some real funky experiments, you can be sure that there is a gelato flavour for everyone. Whether you're wolfing down their largest pint or savoring their smallest scoop, they want to put a smile on your face.
After five years of calling its cosy corner “meating spot” on Amoy Street home, Singapore’s foremost Argentinian steakhouse boCHINche by local lifestyle collective Spa Esprit Group has moved out of one Chinatown dining enclave to claim its stake in another - this time along the popular Club Street stretch. The new location boasts a larger dining hall decked out with a fresh look inspired by tribal design, an open kitchen and grill that flanks the entire length of the restaurant, and a refreshed menu designed by head chef Fabrice Mergalet to bring the age- old steakhouse experience to the modern age.
With a bigger location comes bolder ambitions as boCHINche continues to elevate the steakhouse experience in its new home. Ingredients, from trusted staples to regional specialties, are sourced seasonally from around the world to ensure the best products all year long. Modern cooking techniques such as sous vide, lacto fermentation, and infusions allow the kitchen to develop new dishes with unexpected ingredient and flavour combinations that draw inspiration from culinary traditions beyond Latin America, and across the world. Beyond its prized steaks, lighter, brighter flavours and more varied protein options have been introduced to widen its appeal. One thing remains unchanged since day one - steaks are cooked using traditional grilling techniques over charcoal fire to achieve a lightly charred crust and smoky aroma that best highlights the natural flavours of the beef.
Easily spot the restaurant on 27 Club Street with its textured facade cladded in panels of rustic recycled wood pieces. Step into the space and immediately notice the difference as tribal design-inspired interiors exude an undeniable masculine elegance, contrasted with quirky, fun elements throughout. A nod to soviet modernism design, clean, elegant lines of wood panelling, marble surfaces, and brass fittings are further accentuated with warm lighting in the 66-seater restaurant designed by the group’s creative director Jerry Sparks.
“boCHINche has been like that trusted old friend that never lets you down through the years. We’ve grown beyond just being that Argentinian restaurant or a traditional steakhouse - and have truly carved out a unique identity in Singapore’s dining scene that I believe will stand the test of time, and flourish even into even bigger and bolder possibilities from this point on,” shares Cynthia Chua, founder and Chairman of Spa Esprit Group.
Pre-meal nibbles come in inspired morsels packed full of flavours. Crispy Argentinian Spring Rolls (S$14) are filled with tender, richly flavoured chopped pig ears, cut with an aromatic mix of jalapeño, piquillo, scallion, and coriander. A trio of hand-cut beef, chicken and sweet corn Empanadas (S$5 each) continue to be boCHINche’s signature crowd-pleasers, with the addition of a new flavour that elevates the quintessential ham and cheese pairing with rich provolone cheese, smoked ham, sweet confit onions and pimento.
While meats are the main event at boCHINche, a new selection of standout starters offer bright respite for those seeking a lighter touch for their meals. A plump, milky ball of artisanal Italian Burrata (S$29) is paired with a medley of fermented tomatoes that cut through each creamy spoonful with refreshing fizzy pops on the palate, dotted with avocado mousse and edible orange cosmos. Quail (S$28) offers more than just a beautifully charcoal grilled bird with earthy flavours of salt-crusted roasted beetroot, crunchy roasted hazelnuts and tangy berries brought together with a rich buttermilk sauce. A classic Spanish risotto-style Bomba Arroz Verde (S$27) is topped with grilled Argentinian prawns, while raw scallop bites are folded throughout the rice and glazed with a stock made using seafood trimmings, resulting in a satisfying, creamy consistency while still remaining blissfully dairy-free.
From the famous wood and charcoal grill, a combination of cherry, apple and jarrah wood lends an irresistible flavour to a proud selection of carefully selected, grass-fed beef imported directly from Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, USA and Japan. While Argentinian beef remains the heart and soul of boCHINche, a renewed emphasis has been placed on the brand being an authority on high quality cuts of beef from around the world. A dry-aging fridge allows beef to be dry- aged in-house—typically for 35 to 38 days—using traditional methods, with an added coating of beef tallow that helps enhance the aging process while introducing new dimensions of flavours.
A thoughtful, 50-odd-strong-label wine list completes the steakhouse experience, with 10 labels available by glass and carafe. Designed around the philosophy of pairing wines and cuisine of the same origin, the list features 30 Argentinian labels—mainly from the key region of Mendoza—ranging from the quaffable to the bold and robust. The list is split between a selection of natural wines sourced from Drunken Farmer, while the rest remain conventional for their big, robust flavours that are best enjoyed with aged meats cooked over charcoal fire.