Limmy’s Aesthetics at Orchard Central is a cozy, award-winning, modern, and minimalist styled beauty salon.
They pride ourselves in providing exquisite, hygienic and unique Aesthetic & Beauty services, like weight-loss, skin care, semi-permanent make up to all their patrons. With a decadent range of services to offer and top of the line beauty products that they spoil on all their clientele, they aim to be the benchmark amongst beauty salons for both impeccable quality and ageless services to suit the fancy of any woman’s needs.
Sit back, relax and trust that you’re being served by the best in the beauty line, Limmy’s Aesthetics.
Aesthetic chain, Wellaholic has opened their 6th outlet at Vision Exchange in Jurong. They provide facials, hair removal, fat freeze, teeth whitening services.
Located just 3 minutes via a sheltered walkway from Jurong East MRT station (JEM Exit), Wellaholic Jurong East will serve their customers located in the western sector of Singapore.
With 4 really spacious treatment rooms, and a full range of treatment options, their Jurong East branch will increase Wellaholic's treatment capacity to ensure a high level of availability for their customers to make bookings!
Emerging fashion brand, Sans & Sans, sets out to rejuvenate oriental fashion by incorporating sensuality and femininity exude elegance through contemporary east meets west aesthetics.
‘Twain shall meet’ the growing needs of modern women of today. For aspiring women to travel in style with the ease of movement in their fine fabric.
Sans & Sans is now open at VivoCity, #02-191.
A contemporary ready-to-wear label for the modern woman; Sans & Sans offers luxury-quality wardrobe essentials made from beautiful fabrics at a disruptive price. Born from a passion for great design and drive to deliver the perfect fit.
Their in-house product team work closely with their teamof seamstresses, pattern cutters and production houses to develop versatile wardrobeessentials designed to last for beyond the season.
Expect to find muted neutrals mixed with black, navy and whit with injection of "seasonal" colours of hazelnut and greenery.
Popular and Kyoto-headquartered coffee chain, % Arabica has recently opened their 2nd branch in Singapore at 313@Somerset.
Take a pause from the bustle of Orchard Road and stop by for your favourite aromatic % Arabica coffee before heading off to start a local adventure all over again.
Kenneth Shoji founded Arabica from a need to have an amazing cup of coffee every day, with an equally amazing experience.In order to provide the best coffee possible, Kenneth Shoji, started a green bean trading company and became the sole-exporter of a small batch Japanese roasting machine called the Tornado King. As well as a distributor of one of the TOP espresso machines in the world, the ‘Slayer’. Together with world latte art champion, Junichi Yamaguchi, they both collaborated in order to make a new generation coffee brand in Kyoto that would challenge the world. With the help of the remarkably talented architect, Masaki Kato. Kenneth opened in Hong Kong, and then the beautiful historical city of Kyoto. With its unique design and quality coffee, Arabica has rapidly gained popularity in an industry thought to be already saturated. Through the brand, coffee drinkers can “See the world through Coffee”, with prime quality coffee with unique taste proï¬les and a richness that you can only get from freshly roasted coffee to a meticulously roasted roast proï¬le.
CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program that uses a combination of weight lifting, body weight and aerobic exercises challenging your body to adapt and perform in more ways than before. Each workout is designed to improve your capacity in ten domains, accuracy, agility, balance, coordination, endurance, flexibility, power, stamina, strength and speed.
Result: You become Fitter, Faster and Stronger.
Fitness is personal and progressive. They know one size doesn't fit all.
As a Mobilus member, you have access to not only CrossFit but various specialised classes to augment your training needs.
Extra Space Asia has opened its 10th facility in Toa Payoh. Extra Space Asia is the region’s dominant operator in self-storage solutions. Founded in 2007, their first facility in Singapore changed the way people live and work, by providing professionally managed services, state-of-the-art security, and round-the-clock accessibility for customers to live bigger and better lives.
Today, Extra Space Asia has 44 facilities across Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan and Japan.
You don’t have to live a cluttered life! Extra Space Asia provides you with the option to de-clutter your home and enjoy the lifestyle you have always wanted. With self-storage facilities conveniently located throughout Singapore, you can access your items whenever you like and at your convenience. Need a place to store your precious collectibles? Clearing the way for a new home? They have the space for you.
Following their succesful debut outlet at Jewel Changi Airport, Shake Shack is now preparing for their 2nd branch on Neil Road, targeting to open some time 1st quarter of year 2020.
Shake Shack is a modern day “roadside” burger stand known for its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, flat-top beef dogs (no hormones or antibiotics – ever), frozen custard, crinkle cut fries, craft beer and more.
With fresh, high-quality food at a great value, Shake Shack is a fun and lively community gathering place with widespread appeal.
Asia’s most popular udon chain, Tamoya, is proud to open their new outlet at Plaza Singapura. This opening marks a total of 17 outlets for Tamoya worldwide. For their opening special, Tamoya launches the outlet-exclusive Truffle Tonkotsu Udon. Only available at the newest Plaza Singapura outlet, the Truffle Tonkotsu Udon features the heady aroma of truffle oil infused into the creamy and rich pork bone broth and topped with chashu, corn, Japanese leek, nori and half an ajitama egg for a satisfying slurp!
Making a hot comeback on the mainstay menu is Tamoya’s Sukiyaki Udon, the combination of both sukiyaki and udon noodles for an innovative way to enjoy udon. The sukiyaki comes with juicy slices of beef or pork alongside a colourful assortment of vegetables in one simmering pot. Enjoy the comforts of an individual sukiyaki bowl brimming with ingredients at Tamoya.
Tamoya’s signature chewy udon are handmade in-stores daily, with quality ingredients; from flour to shoyu and even bonito imported directly from Japan.
Pioneers of Singapore’s cafe culture, PS.Cafe opens its eighth outlet, PS.Cafe by the Sea at East Coast Park, making this their first foray out East, away from the hustle and bustle of the city-centre. Inspired by its waterfront location while staying true to the homegrown brand, the menu showcases and celebrates seafood with exclusive dishes, while introducing a special Junior section for the first time.
Starting from humble beginnings in 1999, PS.Cafe began as a cosy cafe hidden within Projectshop clothing store. The charming and understated spot quickly gained a following for its hearty takes on savoury cafe classics, famous truffle shoestring fries and indulgent cakes, puddings and tarts. Since then - over the course of 20 years, PS.Cafe has steadily expanded in Singapore and recently opened up in Shanghai and Seoul this year.
Spanning over 3,000 sq ft, this 120-seater offers a multitude of crowd-pleasers, impeccably suited for friend gatherings, date nights and weekend brunches with loved ones.
The all-day menu at PS.Cafe by the Sea at East Coast Park pays homage to the serene waterfront location with new seafood dishes such as Chargrilled Octopus ($21) - PS.Cafe's spin on a 'char siew' features octopus wok-fried in a homemade sauce served with chilli lime dip, and Lemongrass Mussel & Clam Spaghettini ($29.50) a Thai-inspired pasta topped with portobello mushrooms, black mussels, fresh Venus clams and various aromatics tossed in a sweet and sour sauce.
Additional new creations, exclusive to PS.Cafe by the Sea East Coast Park include:
Poached Ocean Trout Niçoise ($27) a modern twist on a classic French salad with string beans, green olives, capers, spinach and tuna aioli for a refreshing start to the meal.
Chorizo & Calamari Stew ($30) a hearty pot teeming with white beans, fire-roasted peppers, spicy chorizo and tender squid topped with black garlic aioli and a side of crusty bread.
Singapore Chilli Crab & Prawns ($32) a nod to East Coast tradition of chilli crab, PS.Cafe's rendition comprises fried soft shell crab and grilled tiger prawns with wok-crisped mantous, fresh chilli crab dip and jade fried rice.
Signature items that are familiar to fans such as PS. Truffle Shoestring Fries ($16), Tiger Beer-Battered Fish & Chips ($32) and Spicy King Prawn Aglio Olio ($29.50) are also available. An array of hand-stretched pizzas and a multitude of Asian delights will also be on the menu for a stellar communal dining experience.
Adding to the brand's extensive dessert menu, the novel addition of the Banana Surprise Sundae ($16) showcases PS.Cafe's take on the banana split crowned with toasted almonds, chocolate sauce and tangy strawberry compote - a treat to delight any sweet tooth. Also not to be missed are menu stalwarts, Sticky Date ($15) with lashings of decadent toffee sauce and Double Chocolate Blackout Cake ($16) a rich dark chocolate sponge drizzled with dark chocolate sauce.
For the first time, PS.Cafe launches its Junior Menu for children under 12 years old; featuring kid-friendly items such as its iconic Spaghetti Bolognese ($14), Mini Pancake Stack ($12) with maple syrup, bananas and vanilla ice cream, Grilled Ham & Cheese Toasties ($12) with fries, and Cheeseburger and Fries ($13). All items on the Junior Menu come with a complimentary bowl of soft-serve ice cream with chocolate or strawberry sauce.
PS.Cafe by the Sea at East Coast Park's brunch menu with classic-favourites including eggs benedict and pancakes kicks in on weekends at 9.30am until 4 pm. The restaurant also serves breakfast from 9.30am to 11am Monday to Friday, offering staples such as almond chia seed granola and avocado toast.
With an abundance of hip cafes, indie boutiques and iconic wall murals, it’s no wonder that Tiong Bahru is a favourite haunt of many local artists, creatives and culture lovers. It is also home to Privé’s first foray into a residential neighbourhood.
Serving everything from breakfast to supper, their new all-day dining concept is a great place to grab drinks and desserts. Privé Tiong Bahru will also have a strong skew towards plant-based food options that will satisfy even the most die-hard carnivore. So go and hang out at their relaxed indoor or alfresco terrace and bring your children, everyone is welcome!
Yun Nans is proud to announce the launch of their second outlet at Westgate. Hailing from and known in China as Yunhaiyao, Yun Nans is the largest Yunnan F&B chain in the world.
Since the opening of their Singapore debut flagship outlet at Jewel Changi Airport, the restaurant has been winning over the hearts of local gourmands with its repertoire of highland cuisine. The launch of the Westgate outlet is part of the restaurant’s expansion plans, which include opening an outlet in the different regions of Singapore by 2020 and offering diners convenient access to their lauded menu mainstays.
Exclusively available at the Westgate outlet is the Crispy Hor Fun with Truffle Prawn Broth (S$15.90++). The hor fun is both deep-fried and stir-fried, thus boasting a delightful interplay of texture of crunchiness and springiness with every bite. The heady and moreish prawn broth, topped with Yunnan truffle shavings, makes this a highly memorable offering! The outlet will also serve the New Steam Pot Chicken Soup with Matsutake Mushroom (S$33.90++), a fresh take on Yun Nan's top-selling Steam Pot Chicken Soup, with wild matsutake mushroom from Yunnan added in. The soup is brewed using a unique technique that does not require a single drop of water. Instead, the chicken is pressure-steamed for three hours. The soup is clear, delicate, nourishing and robust in flavour without any hint of greasiness.
The Salted Plum's second outlet at Suntec City features a spacious dining area complete with a fun, street-esque ambience, a self-service system and new outlet-exclusive Southern-Taiwanese dishes, plus a levelled-up version of The Salted Plum’s coveted Lu Rou (braised pork belly), now proudly named Lu Rou 2.0.
First introduced in April 2018 as a pop-up called FiveTen, by founder Shawn Kishore along South Bridge Road, the casual eatery took up permanent residency along Circular Road in March 2018, serving a plethora of wallet-friendly tapas-style Taiwanese dishes and value rice bowls. Taking inspiration from the region in Taiwan, best known for its å°å (xiao chi or small eats), culture and home-style cooking, The Salted Plum brings a slice of Taiwanese foodie haven to Singapore.
Never shying away from keeping things sinfully delicious and uniquely The Salted Plum, Shawn and Executive Chef Dannel Krishnan have done it again with a new outlet-exclusive menu with includes breakfast set menu and moreish dishes, as well as dish upgrades that are sure to be winners!
A pimped-up version of the flagship outlet, this 76-seater establishment offers diners the option of an all-day Taiwanese dining experience on a budget – a first for The Salted Plum. After placing orders at the casher, guests are assigned order numbers for self-collection; made easy with single tray pick-ups (all dishes ordered will be placed onto a single tray). On weekdays, from 8am to 11.30am, customers may enjoy for the outlet exclusive breakfast set menu. During the afternoon rush hour between 11.30am to 2.30pm, bountiful lunch bowls priced at an affordable $9 to $18 will be available. Finally, from 6 to 9pm, diners may look forward to savouring signature zi char and desserts for dinner; enjoyed a la carte or as dinner sets meals for 2pax ($50) or 4pax ($100).
Located at the West Wing Basement (B1) of Suntec City, The Salted Plum is decked out with communal-style high-top tables, high ceilings and street-style décor against rich navy-blue walls featuring vivid illustrations of signature dishes; all aesthetically lighted up to capture the feeling of outdoor city dining. Countertop seats and small tables are perfect for a quick bite while the restaurant’s larger tables can accommodate bigger parties and communal dining.
The new Burger & Lobster is located in Raffles Hotel's famous Arcade, where diners will be able to enjoy a knock-out Burger & Lobster experience served alongside old-school opulence that Raffles Hotel has become hallmarked for.
As at all their venues, their mission (some say obsession) remains to make the most of quality ingredients – whether that’s the Nebraskan family-farmed beef that goes into their prime burgers, the freshest Atlantic lobsters or the premium spirits for their tempting cocktails.
The menu for Burger & Lobster Raffles features some of their all-time favourite dishes, such as their Original Roll, but also showcases a range of brand new never seen before dishes that have been carefully crafted using the freshest ingredients available in order to reflect Singapore's vibrant spirit in their own Burger & Lobster way.
At a time when electronic person-to-person introductions and food delivery apps are at the touch of our fingertips, Tiong Bahru Bakery still believes in “celebrating neighborhoods” and that means taking time for the face-to-face connection with people that matter. For the first time ever, the Home of the Handmade Croissant shares the 4,000 sq ft space with internationally award-winning beauty brands Browhaus and Strip at a convenient location in the Central Business District area.
It could not have come at a better time as Spa Esprit Group’s founder, Cynthia Chua, states that “The all-new Funan has provided us an opportunity to sync well-loved brands for a more valuable experience than ever before. We want to continue to be the nexus of creativity, culture and conversation.” The 90-seater bakery is the second outlet to serve the full hot food menu in addition to their popular 100% French flour-and-butter bakes, exclusive coffee blend and superfood treats, after their Raffles City branch.
Being part of Spa Esprit Group’s very first multi-concept without barriers, TBB Funan can be accessed from any entry point on the fourth floor shared with Browhaus and Strip. Captivating images on LED screens greet customers with the newest and latest at the bakery. Soft leather armchairs, warm lighting and communal tables make for easy conversation amongst friends and colleagues.
Following TBB tradition, every new outlet offers exclusives in store for a limited time. At TBB Funan, they have savory porkcast pie on TBB’s signature French butter croissant crust. The diamond-shaped creation adds a flaky and crunchy texture to pork cheek rendang done local-style in homemade rempah or intensely flavored spice paste (read: not poured from a store-bought readymade pack) at $8.90++ each. Not one but two exclusives mark this grand opening of TBB Funan. The best-selling viennoisserie, kouign amann, takes on an Asian-flavored spin inspired by the Chinese fried doughnut or ham chim peng. It is intensified with five-spice butter and sprinkled with black and white sesame seeds on the Breton cake which literally means “cake-butter” at $5++ each that’s available from now till 10 September 2019. There’s also Unity tea blend that’s farm fresh, and made up of ginger, pandan, turmeric and chili ($6/$6.20++ each) which are locally grown by Edible Garden City. “Unity” was chosen to signify the three concepts under one roof for the first time in Singapore.
To celebrate the Funan outlet opening, Dal.Komm is introducing 2 outlet-exclusive beverages, and also rolling out new menu items including a delectable selection of savoury bites.
This August, patrons will have the opportunity to experience Creative Technology’s newest SuperX-Fi (SXFI) audio products at the Dal.Komm Coffee (Funan outlet) as part of a collaboration between Dal.Komm Coffee Singapore and the digital entertainment company, known for their cutting-edge audio technology.
What's for lunch? Can Wonderland Savour interest you with their Linguine Chili Crab? Head down to their new branch at VivoCity and be sure to check out their set lunch menu.
Wonderland Savour is about living the good life through the enjoyment of music & good food. An ideal cafe / restaurant for high tea, lunch or dinner for an individual to a whole family. It is also the perfect venue for private parties, with 90-pax seating capacity. Their food menu is an eclectic mix of modern European fusion, wide selection of delightful cakes, macaroon and Italian gelato.
The fastest growing German Burgergrill, Hans Im Glück, has opened their 4th restaurant at VivoCity.
Hans Im Glück elevates the humble burger into a never-boring, healthy, nutritious and delicious meal – with something special for everyone. They want you to relax as soon as you step into their forest-themed Burgergrill, whether in the company of family or friends, for business or even for just some alone time. Hence, special attention has gone to interior design, lighting and music to create the feel-good ambience.
Our Tampines Hub is a one-stop goverment service centre in eastern Singapore. With the launch of Phase 1 on 27 November 2016, Our Tampines Hub is gearing up towards the completion of Phases 2 and 3 by Mid 2017.
Our Tampines Hub will be Singapore’s first-ever integrated community and lifestyle hub that brings together multiple agencies to offer a comprehensive and diverse range of services, programmes and facilities. This project is led by People’s Association and is located at the former Tampines Stadium and Tampines Sports Hall.