Ryan’s Grocery, Singapore’s premium alternative gourmet, organic, gluten-, allergen- and preservative-free specialty foods store, has opened its second and flagship outlet at the newly revamped Great World City. The 4,000 sqft space includes Ryan’s Kitchen, its first restaurant in Singapore.
Other than the range of imported and in-house products currently carried by Ryan’s Grocery, the new store stocks an expanded variety of organic, gluten-, preservative-, and allergen-free products from Singapore, the U.S., Europe and Australia. This includes a selection of Australian native tea, snacks and wild-caught seafood, as well as boutique handmade jams, relishes and condiments.
The highlight of the store, Ryan’s Butchery, will carry NEW products such as quality dry-aged meats prepared right in the store’s dry-aging chamber, as well as an extensive range of meats including Mara Organic Beef, WX Rangers Valley’s Wagyu Beef, Five Founders Carbon Neutral Premium Beef and the winner of Australia’s Best Pork National Award 2018, Borrowdale Carbon Neutral Free Range Pork.
Ryan’s Kitchen marks the brand’s first foray into the restaurant scene in Singapore. The cosy Australian-style dining restaurant seats 40, and serves up a delightful menu prepared with quality produce as well as organic, gluten- and preservation-free products that may also be purchased at Ryan’s Grocery.
Comprising a delectable all-day menu, expect sumptuous organic steaks and burgers made with organic beef patties, wholesome salads, hearty breakfast as well as gluten-free dishes like fish and chips and fried chicken, which are prepared in a dedicated fryer. Quality coffee, tea and organic wine will also be available. Embracing the true farm-to-table concept, Ryan’s Kitchen will be able to prepare dishes with the customers’ choice of meats from the butcheryat a nominal preparation fee as well.
TASTE at Raffles Holland V is an integrated retail and dining concept, complete with whole food goodnesses.
Created by the people behind Swiss Butchery (Tanglin), in partnership with the likes of Jones the Grocer and Frisch Seafood, among others; the 557 sqm space has 10 different sections, including fruit and vegetable, beverage, meat, seafood, charcuterie, bakery, cheese room and more, featuring seasonal produce flown in from France, Thailand, Japan and the US.
At TASTE, you will enter a world of epicurean delight. It is an experience that goes far beyond tasty eating - it is a lifestyle.
Shoppers can have their raw purchases cooked at two sit-down restaurants within the premise which are SENS and Otto’s Deli Fresh. They both charge a nominal cooking fee of $8/100gm.
Singapore’s favourite premium meat and sausage purveyors Huber’s Butchery has moved to bigger and better premises, from its previous location at 18A Dempsey Road to across the road at 22 Dempsey Road with a 13,000 square feet space.
Stylishly designed like a community, the new Huber’s Butchery comes with free parking, a fun, tree-shaded outdoor children’s playground, edible garden of herbs and flowers and a 50-seater bistro with indoor and outdoor seating serving appetising meals for lunch and dinner.
With an easy one-way traffic shopping concept that starts on the second level, customers will immediately be greeted by the friendly staff behind the information counter. Beside the counter awaits extensive ranges of delectable cold-cuts and fresh sausages that are additive and filler free. The fresh sausages are made on site and curious customers can enjoy the interesting process through a glass window and even make special customisations of their unique individual preferences for a minimum order of five kilograms.
The Gourmet Studio, a sleek demonstration kitchen, offering comprehensive cooking classes by inhouse and guest chefs, follows right after. Alongside are the seafood and grocery departments, with exclusive products such as Zweifel potato chips, Thomy condiments, Koko Black chocolates, Tar10 sauces, Schöni Sauerkraut, Freshstock stocks and glazes, Segreti antipastos, Roza’s gourmet sauces, Farmhouse Museli breakfast cereals, Rivella soft drinks and Wellington honey.
Also situated on the second storey is an extensive cheese section, which currently has over 100 types of cheeses and is complemented by the daily baked breads and large ranges of crackers and antipasto. Come December, the selection will increase to 150, making Huber’s Butchery’s cheese range the largest in Singapore – a piece of exciting news that will certainly delight any cheese lover.
Accessing the first level of Huber’s Butchery via elevators, the doors open up to a wide selection of bottled wines and beers, occupying the shelves from floor to ceiling. Exclusive to Huber’s Butchery are the Swiss breweries Chopfab and Falken, Australian breweries Red Duck and Black Dog and American ginger ale Bruce Cost. There are also BBQ grills and accessories available for sale and soon, Huber’s Butchery will become a one-stop shop for all BBQ needs with disposable ware, charcoal, etc. The high-quality vegetables, fruits and herbs available at Huber’s Butchery are airflown chilled three times weekly, mainly from Australia.
Another Huber’s Butchery highlight is the longest meat and sausages counter in Singapore at more than 40m long. The heart and soul of the store, the fresh meat department is sectioned into beef, lamb, veal, pork, poultry and marinated meat to ensure effortless shopping. With a helpful “Meet the Farmers” feature, customers are educated on the meat’s origins, enriching them on their choices. In December, a dry ageing cabinet will be installed and an on-site customisation service will be available, allowing customers to select the number of days they would like their meat to be dry aged.