At Le Bon Funk, they love their natural wines and are such passionate foodies, but are really at their happiest just showing their patrons a good time. A cosy, but friendly new spot along the ever-bustling Club Street, swing by and join them for a drink or two.
Curated by Head Sommelier Josée Yeomans, their ever-evolving, living wine list is a celebration of people over place - winemakers over wine regions, leisure over labels. Whether you’re looking to unwind with a simple tipple or embark on a thrilling adventure that will excite your palate, every bottle is a familiar yet alluring initiation to the good funk.
Chef-Owner and Burnt Ends alumnus Keirin Buck presents a communal dining programme that is unfussy yet deeply satisfying. From house-cured charcuterie to contemporary fine plates, every dish is an embodiment of his fanatical attention to detail.
Their menu changes daily in tandem with the day’s best produce, but for a flavour of what to expect, check out their Sample Chef’s Menu.
Feel the heat, sip on Mezcal, taste and share plates as you savour the flavours and move to the Latin beat.
So, question is. Who is Poncho???
Poncho loved life and had many homes around Latin America. He enjoyed great food, drinks, music, cigars and movies. His house was for everyone. Combining the best of all his casas, the Casa Poncho team bring his home to Singapore for you to enjoy!
Enjoy menu highlights like La Pluma - grilled Iberico pork pluma with caramelized pineapple or Dedos de Poncho - chilli cheese churros with jalapeño and cheddar. Or the Pulpo Ranchero - tender grilled octopus topped with chili ranchera salsa, pumpkin seeds and a dash of scallion oil.
Don't miss ordering a Mezcal-based cocktail like their signature La Margarita del Poncho.
Traditional Cantonese pastry bakery, Tong Heng, recently reopened their 2 outlets with updated looks and new packaging too. Their signature diamond-shaped egg tarts, remain as the well-loved local brand's best-selling pastry. Fans waited patiently while the 2 outlets were temporarily closed for renovation.
At the turn of the 20th Century Mr. Fong Chee Heng landed on the shore of Singapore from Guangdong. He was overwhelmed with hopes and happiness when he saw the opportunities in this thriving seaport. He had his aspiration for Tong Heng (Opulence of the Orient) would be a dream into reality.
From humble beginnings of a push-cart hawker, the business thrived progressively. Mr. Fong and his son Chiok Kai found a home in a shop along Smith Street in the 1920s. The Fong’s continue to cultivate and nurture the pastry business to greater heights.
Today, the business is passed on and run by the 3rd generation of the family with a full-fledged kitchen operating out of their South Bridge Road main branch. The business continues to tempt palates, winning hearts with the authentic taste of traditional delicately handmade freshly baked pastries with a modern twist.
With over 100 exciting and innovative classes a week, get your pre-and post-work or lunchtime fitness fix doing Clubbercise, Flight (cycle) series, The Sufferfest, BodyPump, Yoga or one of their many performance-focused classes.
Virgin Active DUO Galleria will feature an all-new High Energy Athletic Training (H.E.A.T) Zone – first ever in Singapore – that is highly focused on metabolic training. H.E.A.T is a sports-focused form of training that teaches your body to efficiently use its energy source for maximum athletic output.
Its dedicated Pilates Reformer Studio is where you can work those muscles you never knew you had. Participate in their Pilates Reformer classes using Stott reformer beds with cardio tramps, rebound boards and Vinyasa Triangles.
Members can also look forward to their High Energy Studio featuring a great variety of dance, fight, HIIT, and strength building classes such as Les Mills' BodyJam, Body Pump and GRIT, Zumba, Clubbercise plus Boxing classes and much more that the new branch has to offer.
Go Big or Go Home – and that’s exactly what the trio founders of Monte Carlo Boys bar & restaurant did!
Exposed to Monaco’s lavish lifestyle at a very tender age, William, Anthony and Julien brought their game right to the heart of the Central Business District. Being the first Monaco establishment to set foot in Singapore, owners and notorious high school buddies Julien, William and Anthony expands their empire with its rustic metal and wooden fixtures, that enhances the captivating industrial-chic lounge located at the fringe of Club Street, so fret not Instagram enthusiasts.
The Monte Carlo Boys aim to socially share their homeland’s authentic flavours and vibes with their first international venture, while glorifying their own personal life motto – “Life’s too short to drink bad beers and liquors” – and to do exactly that, they have graciously brought in their very own cultivation of luxurious and full-bodied beer. Trust in the Monte Carlo Boys when they say you’ll never have another experience that pays homage with Monegasque dining delicacies infused with heritage and passed down tradition elsewhere.
Partner in crime William Scheffer will not disappoint. This man is the living example of ‘No Risk, No Rewards’. His experiences roaming South East Asia within the past decade has cultivated certain values he treasures, so don’t mess because the 30-year-old operational expertise definitely knows how to handle his liquor as well as his patrons. “I want to be able to provide a place where people feel at home, and that can be seen here where the crew is able to utilize their strengths. That also means they would be having fun, with our food and drinks of course!”. Geared up with several successful entrepreneurial rendezvous, what William embodies can be seen in the products he distributes to well known hotels in Singapore and now here at Monte Carlo Boys.
The glue that keeps these boys in check is none other than Julien Picard. The 31-year-old real estate connoisseur splurges his substantial experience deemed with impeccable taste can be seen in the establishments outlook. Make sure to come as often to meet the busy man himself. Be prepared for a crazy night out with the bartender’s and boys’ generosity, because that’s what makes everybody come back for more.
In line with its name, Monte Carlo Boys has so much more to offer on site for all age groups to dine, host events and network all while busking in a lifestyle concept that everyone indulges in.
CapitaLand’s 51-storey future-ready skyscraper integrated development, CapitaSpring, will rejuvenate Singapore’s CBD with its vibrant vertical community.
As a world-class integrated development where the possibilities for future of work will be expanded amidst a vibrant work-live-play vertical community, CapitaSpring has secured its first anchor office tenant; ahead of its scheduled completion in the first half of 2021. J.P. Morgan, the global banking and financial services provider, will take up close to a quarter of the 635,000 sq ft of the net lettable area at CapitaSpring. This translates to approximately 155,000 sq ft of premium office space from levels 24 to 30.
The name “CapitaSpring” is inspired by the Green Oasis, a four-storey high botanical promenade between the Grade A office floors and the modern serviced residences. Embodying a connection with nature for urban dwellers in the heart of Singapore’s downtown core, the Green Oasis will become the central social space for placemaking and community activities as well as a city-defining architectural feature at a breathtaking 100 metres above ground.
CapitaSpring which broke ground for construction in February 2018, will be one of the tallest and greenest buildings in Raffles Place, with integrated commercial and community spaces and a City Room at the ground floor. Community events such as fitness sessions and lunchtime performances can be held at the City Room, which will blend into a 12,500 sq ft public park. Occupants can also look forward to a café, treetop cocoons, sky hammocks, meeting and activity spaces connected by a spiral stairway at the Green Oasis. CapitaSpring will also be home to Singapore’s highest urban farm and a fine-dining restaurant on the rooftop at around 280-metres-high.
Harnessing some of the latest Internet of Things and artificial intelligence technologies, robots and sensors – executives will be securely and seamlessly connected to their offices through an all-in-one lifestyle app. CapitaSpring will also allow tenants more flexibility in space planning with the option of inter-floor network connectivity, expansive column-free floor plates as well as one of the tallest floor-to-ceiling heights of 3.2 metres in the CBD. With a prime location in the downtown core, CapitaSpring will have excellent connectivity island-wide, with sheltered access to three train lines via Raffles Place MRT interchange and Telok Ayer MRT station as well as major expressways. CapitaSpring will also have a cycling path in its perimeter, 165 bicycle lots and well-equipped end-of-trip facilities, complementing the government’s strategy for a car-lite Singapore.
Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, in collaboration with Carlo Ratti Associati, CapitaSpring will also comprise a 299-unit Citadines serviced residence managed by The Ascott Limited, ancillary retail space, as well as a food centre located on the second and third levels of the development. Stallholders from the well-loved Market Street Food Centre will return to the new food centre at CapitaSpring upon the building’s completion.
Tokachi Tontaro has recently opened its doors in Singapore at Plaza Singapura and OUE Downtown Gallery, bringing the brand's signature Hokkaido Grilled Pork Rice Bowl to Singapore.
A traditional Japanese dish adored by every local in Obihiro, Hokkaido, the Buta Don combines perfectly grilled slices of charred juicy pork slathered in mouth-watering Hokkaido specialty tare sauce and served atop premium Yumepirika rice.
In addition to the Regular Buta Don, Tokachi Tontaro serves two other unique variations of the classic dish - Spicy Tomato and Miso Buta Don. Each pork bowl can be customised down to the amount of spring onions and black pepper for a fully personalised gourmet bowl. A range of delectable side dishes including Hokkaido Imomochi Cheese and Hokkaido Crab Cream Croquette are also available to complete each meal. Tokachi Tontaro looks forward to sharing the taste of Hokkaido’s Signature Buta Don with you!
Bringing a heavenly Italian dining experience to the new Ann Siang House is the recently reopened restaurant, PerBacco.
Inspired by Bacchus (the Roman God of Wine), PerBacco will offer comforting traditional Italian dishes with a spotlight on wholesome Northern Specialities and the finest imported wines from around the world.
Zui Hong Lou (éçº¢æ¥¼), first opened as a Dim Sum Bar in 2013 and has now relaunched as a modern Asian diner and bar on 90 Club Street - packing a punch in traditional flavours of their cocktails and dishes. Created by the good people of the The Establishment who are also behind brands like Gem Bar, Nutmeg & Clove, Wanton and #FindTheLockerRoom Bangkok.
Offering modern interpretation of Chinese food with traditional cooking methods and Asian-inspired cocktails which are simple yet beautifully executed. Check out their menus here.
Featuring an air-conditioned indoor 20-metre swimming pool with a hydrotherapy spa for relaxation & recovery plus a 10-metre high indoor climbing wall, boasting multiple automatic belaying systems for ease of use, this new club is all set to wow their members.
Get your pre- and post-work or lunchtime fitness fix with up to 200 engaging and innovative classes a week including Les Mills' BodyPump, BodyJam & GRIT series, Pound, Zumba, Yoga, HIIT or with one of their many performance-focused classes offered at this new spacious 26,000 sq ft club.
Hong Kong-based "Demon Chef" Alvin Leung is bringing his roast duck concept by the name of 'Forbidden Duck' to our sunny island.
Serving signature Peking-style and slow-cooked Roast Duck plus other classic Cantonese dishes; Forbidden Duck's first Singapore outpost is located at Marina Bay Financial Centre and is due to open some time this month.
Three Michelin-starred chef Leung, 57, owns three Michelin-starred restaurants, Bo Innovation in Hong Kong and one Michelin-starred, Bo London in the UK.
Born in London and raised in Toronto, chef Leung joined the culinary scene late at age 40 as he was previously helping out in his family's business.
The first of two heritage buildings that together create Six Senses Singapore, Six Senses Duxton is scheduled to open on 15 April 2018. The hotel is now accepting online bookings via its website, www.sixsenses.com. The second location that will complete the Six Senses experience in Singapore is Six Senses Maxwell, which is set to open later this year.
Situated within the eclectic heart of Chinatown in Singapore’s bustling central district, Six Senses Duxton is part of a remarkable conservation project that has received the Urban Redevelopment Authority Architectural Heritage Award. Sustainably restored by the acclaimed British designer Anouska Hempel, Six Senses Duxton features a diverse mix of Chinese, Malay and European elements. While remaining in harmony with its rich heritage, yet still presenting her luminary vision, Anouska has given each of the 49 guestrooms and suites a unique individuality across eight themed categories so that no two are exactly the same.
Guests are in for an eccentric, elegant surprise as they enter the hotel which includes large golden fans and strong hues of black, gold and yellow, layered with oriental screens and calligraphy wallpaper from Anouska’s personal collection.
A highlight of the property is the appointment of Professor Zhang Mao Ji of Long Zhong Tang—a reputable TCM physician with over 40 years of experience—who will offer health screenings, consultations and a medicinal herbal dispensary for in-house guests.
Six Senses Singapore is creating and curating a number of handpicked inspiring, educational and fun activities for guests. Whether visiting Singapore for the first time or enjoying a special staycation, Six Senses’ Experiences include unique neighbourhood and nature discovery tours; fitness classes like yoga, indoor cycling and the art of crafting artisanal coffee and appreciating Chinese teas. Bookings can be made through the Experience Centre at reception, open 24 hours. Activities will be confirmed at the earliest possible time given normal business hours for partners and tours.
The Salted Plum, formerly known as long-term pop-up Five Ten, has officially opened its doors at a two-storey shop house along Circular Road after much anticipation.
The name “The Salted Plum” was chosen with reference to the ingredient commonly used in Taiwanese cuisine. With striking blue hued walls and boasting a full view of the kitchen, The Salted Plum eatery is set to offer a casual, fun dining experience with mainly Taiwanese pop music from the 2000s playing in the background.
With an improved version of the Taiwanese tapas dishes that were well-loved at Five Ten, the intimate 98-seater has kept to its winning formula of dishes served at friendly prices of just $5 and $10.
The menu created by Chef Shawn Koh has undergone upgrades, following an extensive research trip around Taiwan, such as Taipei, Keelung, Taichung, Tainan and Kaoshiung, where he immersed himself in the local authentic dining culture and learnt traditional preparation methods from the Taiwanese.
Signature dishes include the Smashed Baby Potatoes ($5), a tongue-in-cheek take on the usual French fries. Here, baby potatoes are deep-fried, then smashed and sprinkled with a generous dose of salted plum powder. The popular Taiwanese Fried Chicken, a well-known street food, is marinated with soy and sesame, deep-fried, then served with nori mayonnaise ($10).
For a touch of luxury, the eatery also offers Live Boston Lobster ($25), steamed and with soy and sesame dressing, and also Slipper Lobster ($25) cooked with five spice during dinner. Limited portions, however, are available each week.
Core Collective is a collaborative centre for fitness and wellness professionals and enthusiasts, anchored on the philosophy of care.
They cater to busy professionals in downtown Singapore, providing them access to a full range of fitness and wellness programmes to rejuvenate both mind and body.
At Core Collective, they believe in fostering entrepreneurship and facilitating the sharing of knowledge amongst their resident community of fitness and wellness professionals - integrating cross-industry expertise within a curated environment for the benefit of their members.
A boxing-inspired functional fitness training studio on Cecil Street, boOm provides a holistic and engaging workout in an unintimidating environment. Go experience the fun and art of boxing, whether or not you’ve had prior experience with the sport! Since its inception in ancient times, boxing has grown in popularity worldwide. In addition to being a prominent and highly televised sport, it also offers a rigorous workout for those less inclined to become the next Muhammad Ali.
At boOm, they respect the rigor and discipline of boxing and use these as the building blocks of their program, to which they add complementary functional training elements, allowing you to develop strength and agility in all major muscle groups. And if boxing really isn’t for you, don’t worry, they offer circuit-style classes to challenge you too!
DePizza wants to recreate a Pizza dining experience to allow people to enjoy Pizzas the way people in Singapore love to enjoy food.
Firstly the fusion of local flavours into the Pizzas which produced pizzas such as the Chilli Crab Manzza where the Pizza is done on an entire Mantou crust, the Nasi Lemak Pizza done on a Coconut Cream dough and the Sweet and Sour Pork or what we affectionately call "Gu Lou Yok" Pizza which is an Asian twist to the regular Hawaiian.
Their home-made sauces which include an explosive Garlic Sauce, a zesty Red Chilli Sauce, a fragrant Green Chilli Sauce and a tangy Tomato Ketchup. Heck, if you love spicy, they even serve up some Carolina Pepper Hot Sauce. Pair them with their Pizzas and you'd get a different experience with every bite.
Other dishes include their Mussels and Fish & Chips which come fresh from local farms and a wide range of Regular pizzas to satisfy your pizza cravings. Swing by 35A Boay Quay to look for them.
Claypots Full Circle - Fresh plates of whole fish, squid, mussels, oysters, octopus... and a lineup of delightful meze to share. A melding of Mediterranean and Asian flavours. A bar that beckons. A meeting place for all.
The first Claypots restaurant came into existence on Barkly Street, in Melbourne, Australia, in the 90s. An unassuming little establishment that served primarily claypots and fresh seafood plates in its anterior days, it has evolved into a brand of restaurants well-loved by locals and tourists for exceptional seafood dishes and lively vibes.
A self-taught Mediterranean chef and Claypots’ founder, Renan Goskin, was inspired by South-east Asian cuisine in his many travels. In particular, Singapore had always felt like a place he could call home.
âA couple of university students fell in love with the seafood joint. When they came home to Singapore, many years later, they sought to bring Claypots to Singapore.
Full Circle is a collaboration between the seasoned restaurant family and their ardent Singaporean supporters.
Boutique gym Kilter Avenue has launched HRVST, a cafe & bar concept which aims to make vegan cuisine a highly sought after and approachable one.
Injecting the cool into vegan cuisine, their dishes are easy on the wallet, good for the body, and pleasing to the eyes. You’ll be glad you made that missed steak.
HRVST is helmed by partner head chefs, Addis Tan and Dylan Choong, who have between them close to 20 years of experience of working in many kitchens, most recently in Tippling Club, Esquina, and Cheek by Jowl. Over the years, they have explored with different types of cuisines, always looking for new inspiration and motivation to continue on their chef journey.
Are you a young startup or entrepreneur on a budget, busy building your business venture and need an affordable yet soulful accommodation in the heart of Singapore? Then look no further!
Go to Tribe Theory – Venture Hotel where they understand the journey of entrepreneurship. You can pay for your accomodation via Bitcoin and Ethereum too.
Tribe Theory is a space for you to explore and engage with likeminded people on the same entrepreneurial journey. They are a community of startups and entrepreneurs in the heart of Singapore.
The inspiration for Tribe Theory was born when its founder, Vikram, spent two years backpacking around the world, where he traveled to over 50 countries in six continents and stayed in amazing hostels around the world.
Vikram's vision is to build a global hotel brand which provides affordable yet soulful accommodation for young startups and entrepreneurs. His favourite travel experience has been spending two weeks driving across Morocco in the middle of winter.
Prior to building Tribe Theory, Vikram was the head of venture capital investments at REAPRA where he made investments in early stage ventures across Asia. Prior to that, Vikram was a banker at J.P. Morgan where he was an early member of several new ventures. Vikram grew up in Los Angeles where he did his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Riverside and his MBA at the University of Southern California.
Lighter and brighter Italian-inspired dishes that will have you hooked from the get-go - paired with your favourite Italian cocktails. Whether you're meeting friends for an after-work Spritz, going on a romantic dinner date with a great view, or even looking for a sweet (and boozy!) weekend brunch spot, Caffe Fernet has got you covered.
Served with a spritz of sprezzatura!
Spanning 1,800 sq ft, the 130-seater restaurant-bar is the Jigger & Pony Group's largest venture. The Jigger & Pony Group runs five other establishments.
Caffe Fernet's chef, David Tang, previously spent a decade working in several of Wolfgang Puck's kitchens around the world.
Singapore’s tallest residential development, Guocoland's Wallich Residence, is an exclusive collection of 181 luxury homes consisting of one to four bedroom units, four penthouses and one Super Penthouse. With unparalleled views starting from 180 metres above sea level, each home is impeccably finished with top-of-the-line materials and fittings, a reflection of the distinctive aesthetics that Wallich Residence offers.
Offering 4 levels of upscale facilities and luxurious hotel-inspired concierge services, Wallich Residence is a tower that stands apart. Not just by its sheer height, but also by the quality of the life one experiences here with the magnificent city skyline as a backdrop. Residents can relax amidst the lush greenery of the sky gardens, recharge by the cabanas and infinity pool with breathtaking views, enjoy an intimate dining experience with a private chef or host private screening events for family and friends at the theatrette.
Wallich Residence is located on the 39th to 64th floors of Tanjong Pagar Centre, an ambitious vertical city that will be the focal point of the Tanjong Pagar precinct. An integrated development, it houses Grade-A offices, a 5-star business hotel, an extensive variety of retail and F&B options, and a lush 150,000 square feet urban park. Integrated with the park is a 32,000 square feet city room that is designed to be a gathering space for community events and other social activities.
Ma Cuisine is a new gastro wine bar with an offering of over 600 labels, paired with a concise selection of classic French fare. With one of the most extensive wine list in Singapore, the wine bar seeks to transport guests to diverse terroirs of wine-producing regions in France and beyond, in a not intimidating, engaging and unpretentious manner.
Ma Cuisine Singapore is a brand new chapter distinct from its Beaune counterpart, delivering a less traditional drinking experience catering to a new generation of wine drinkers. The kitchen presents a simple and uncomplicated menu to match. From after-work drinks and light nibbles, to a nightcap with cheese.
In a raw, industrial space imbued with vintage French style and contemporary sensibilities, co-owners Anthony Charmetant and Mathieu Escoffier will guide your wine journey, and curate an engaging drinking experience tailored just for you.
Bearded Bella is a small Melbourne-inspired neighbourhood eatery on Craig Road with a love for good coffee and food. Their tastes might be a bit quirky, but they hope you'll go join them.
They're all about enjoying the good life. To them, that's by spending time with the people we like, sharing good food, drink, and some excellent conversation. Whether you're after a cuppa coffee, or some food after work, their kitchen is open all day (and so is their bar).
p/s: one of the owners at Bearded Bella is a Singapore National Barista Championship winner in 2016.
Paris Baguette, a company that provides a unique experience to customers by introducing a new trend-setting bakery and café. Their 8th outlet is now open at Hong Leong Building.
For 70 years, they have been refining their philosophy and techniques in the kitchen thanks to their parent company, SPC Group. Their journey thus far has been a rewarding endeavor as they innovate fresh concepts and offer a brand new, unique experience for you and with you.
Straits Clan is a new hospitality project and members' club managed by The Lo & Behold Group, developed in conjunction with Members Only Hospitality. They open their doors from March 2018.
As a member, you'll gain access to:
Four floors of F&B, entertainment, fitness, wellness and workspace concepts
The city’s most progressive and forward-thinking community
Some of the world's best members clubs and workspaces through their network of reciprocal clubs
Exclusive invites and unique event experiences in Straits Clan and around the city
Special privileges from a curated network of lifestyle, hospitality and retail partners
Come together over a rotating roster of events, featuring the best and exciting new experiences from around the world and Singapore. All in a comfortable, modern space where you can be yourselves, open up, share and connect.
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.
Ann Siang House is a tastefully restored heritage building offering 20 sophisticated, modern, designed-led guest rooms in the heart of Club Street.
At Ann Siang House they invite guests to stay, dine, discover.
Ideally situated in Singapore’s vibrant Ann Siang Hill neighborhood, Ann Siang House is an alternative, city living style of accommodation that provides short and extended stay guests with a welcome home in the heart of the action.
Kimme is a 48-seat innovative modern bistro, set across three floors, offering simple yet intelligent fare with an Asian twist.
The casual restaurant is set to become an intimate after-work dining destination, with a curated wine and cocktail list and a varied menu that is perfect for sharing. Merging comforting, yet inventive Asian-inspired flavours with Western techniques and sensibilities, Kimme’s approach to cuisine seeks to bring out the best in fresh, seasonal ingredients.
Spearheaded by Meta’s Chef Sun Kim and led by Head Chef Louis Han, who worked alongside Chef Sun for the last two years, they present accessible dishes to whet the palate for any occasion.
Helmed by head chefs, Chef Ichimaya and Chef Imai, Kazu Sushi Grill Sake’s kitchen is led by the best. Chef Ichimaya has served at Sushi Kyubei for 10 years and Sushi Kaishin for 3.5 years. On top of that, he has served for many years in top Japanese restaurants. Chef Imai previously cooked at the Embassy of Japan too, serving many presidents, kings and queens, dignitaries and politicians from all over the world.
For the best quality of ingredients, seafood and vegetables are flown in directly from Japan three times a week. Diners may also enjoy fresh catch of the day prepared as sushi or sashimi, flown straight from Hokkaido. Indulge in the freshness, with sushi and sashimi sets, or donburi sets available for both lunch and dinner. For the adventurous, go on a gastronomic journey with an omakase dinner and enjoy the chef’s specially curated menu.
At the corner of Telok Ayer Street and Cross Street, you will find Bakery & Bar.
Bakery, cafe and bar all-in-one, serving freshly baked bread, rustic favourites and tapas from around the world, house blend coffees, salads and smoothies by day, turning into a bar and ‘Gin & Fizz club’ every evening.
On the 4th Aug 2011, the people behind Bakery & Bar baked their first batches of muffins on the ground floor of a little yellow shophouse at 112 Telok Ayer Street, that they aptly named the Muffinry. After 6 years in business and with a loyal clientele enjoying their baked treats but requesting a bit more, they decided to expand they offerings...
... and so at the end of 2017 they re-branded as Bakery & Bar.
Today, in addition to their extensive range of sweet treats – muffins, tarts, cakes, scones, homemade granola and cookies, they offer savoury breakfast, lunch and dinner items – pies, quiches, salads, sandwiches, cold cuts and delicious desserts. All their products, including the Turkish pide (flat bread) they serve they sandwiches on, are proudly baked from scratch on-site to their own unique recipes. Their bakery also offers a growing range of loaves to take away – baguettes, pide, rye bread, sourdough, and more.
Their drinks menu, which has always featured signature blend teas, coffees and smoothies, now also includes wines from Marlborough region (NZ), prosecco from Veneto region (Italy), gins from around the world, and a range of award-winning European and Asian craft beers to take you into the night.
And don’t be fooled by the narrow ground floor that’s typical to Telok Ayer Street’s shophouses... they have 50 more seats upstairs! Their second and mezzanine floors offer a welcome hideaway amidst the bustle of the CBD. This space – which regularly hosts corporate events and private parties – is cheerful and filled with natural light by day, transforming to a more mellow, chilled vibe as the sun sets – the perfect spot to unwind and swap stories of the day before heading home.
Get ready for a gastronomical experience as Shard Restaurant & Bar brings you excellent tasting Spanish cuisine.
Shard is the latest Spanish cuisine experience to hit our shores here in Singapore and they’re looking forward to dazzle your tastebuds.
The restaurant comprises a wine and modern tapas bar, with tables at the sidewalk terrace as the perfect relaxing spot to enjoy the fascinating ambience.
Sip a glass of house wine and munch on some mouth-watering delicious tapas. The interior is a combination of lights, minimalist lines and an open kitchen. It is a pleasant and elegant space to feast on Shard’s signature dishes, like the highly appreciated Black Garlic Tuna or the Kilawin and Banana Explosion.
Formerly housed within the New Majestic Hotel, the award-winning Majestic Restaurant has found a new home at Marina One located within the prestigious Marina Bay financial district.
Established since January 2006, the award-winning Majestic Restaurant under the umbrella of Unlisted Collection features contemporary Chinese cuisine helmed by internationally renowned, award-winning owner-Chef Yong Bing Ngen.
Handmade dim sum will be served every afternoon for lunch and guests can still look forward to their signature items including wasabi prawns, stewed lobster noodles and Peking duck. A perfect venue for business entertainment and all other occasions.
The cuisine is contemporary Chinese cuisine served on individual plating. Chef’s specialties include the Combination platter of crispy wasabi prawn, pan seared foie gras, Peking duck and organic greens, Stewed noodles with Boston lobster, ginger and scallion, Pan seared fillet of U.S ribeye in sesame sauce and Korean kimchi, Claypot rice with kampong chicken and Chilled ‘Mao Shan Wang’ durian with gula Malacca.
The restaurant also has a wide selection of wines to compliment the delectable cuisine it serves.
Settle into one of their cozy banquettes and enjoy an architecturally thoughtful space with beautiful wood detailing. The menu features shareable snacks, stone-fired pizza and the city's most eclectic and surprising wine list. In fact, you can have almost any wine on their 200+ list by the half-bottle.
Due to their intimate size, do note that they accept reservations exclusively through their website.
Common Man Stan, a newly opened outlet by Common Man Coffee Roasters in the Singapore CBD is a maturing of their ideas around what a café can offer, how they represent coffee as a unique product in itself and who they would like to engage with as they progress in their mission to be a Champion for Specialty Coffee in this region.
They want what they do to celebrate the relationships formed throughout the journey between bean and cup – from the farmers and millers to baristas and drinkers.
You can expect some of your favourites from their 22 Martin Road outlet's menu plus some new dishes that they have created especially for the outlet, reflecting the vibe of the new neighbourhood. Where possible, they have incorporated local produce into their dishes, proudly working with Citizen Farm, Kuhlburra Fish, Tiong Bahru Bakery and Nurti-nest Honey to name a few.
This is all set amidst a sleek backdrop of the cafe, which combines natural textures of wood and rattan, marble and raw cement brought together with a touch of gold. They hope this reflects both CMCR's history and also their goals for the future.
13% Gastro Wine has officially opened its third venue at 123A Telok Ayer Street. Originally established in 2015, the 13% Gastro Wine brand is renowned for great wines and gourmet food in the warmest of atmospheres at their Killiney Road and Aliwal Street outlets. Started by friends for friends, the 13% Gastro Wine team now look forward to welcoming you at 123A Telok Ayer Street!
Just a short walk from Telok Ayer and Raffles Place MRT stations, 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is located on the second floor hidden from the hustle and bustle of the CBD. This familiar tucked-away position allows a sense of intimacy and cosiness as soon as you walk through the door.
Suitable for all occasions, 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is the perfect place for casual lunch, business meetings or after-work drinks and dinner.
13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer serves a menu designed by award-winning chef Geoffrey Weckx and features delicious, gourmet European food with a focus on fresh produce and high-quality homemade dishes. Charcuterie such as our rillettes and condiments are made in-house to ensure the most authentic of European flavours. 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer will be open for lunch and dinner service. Lunch specials include a selection of gourmet sandwiches, steak frites, grilled spring chicken and burgers.
Should you desire a glass of wine (or two!) our extensive wine list has been carefully curated by in-house wine connoisseur, Bruno Vaillant. In addition to wine available by the glass, you can purchase a bottle of your favourite to bring home and enjoy!
13% Gastro Wine at Telok Ayer comfortably seats 48 or 60 people standing. The venue will also host events such as wine masterclasses. 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is also available to hire for private and corporate functions.
13% Gastro Wine looks forward to welcoming you with warm personalised service, top-quality wines and delicious food at all three outlets.
Tucked away at 74 Tras Street, Don & Tori is a modern Japanese restaurant that strips away the traditions of Japanese cuisine and serves Japanese inspired cocktails. Don & Tori is a complete and dynamic culinary experience.
Don & Tori’s extensive menu features an innovative list of signature donburi bowls and makis, as well as yakimono (grilled or pan-fried) items and creates a serene Japanese inspired dining enclave in the heart of the Central Business District.
Pleased to be joining the long list of culinary heavyweights on Tras Street and helmed by Chef Jack Chang under the guidance of renowned local chefs Raymond Tan and Max Lai, Don & Tori’s delectable menu showcases departure from traditional Japanese cuisine with instant favourites like Sakura Ebi Angel Hair Pasta ($32) and Truffle Wagyu Foie Gras Don ($38). Other dishes such as the Gyu Steak ($45) and the Scallop Butter Yaki ($25), which are cooked over an open charcoal grill, are a treat for the more traditionalists.
Flown directly from Japan’s iconic Tsukiji Fish Market, Don & Tori’s seasonal menu is unique and produce-driven, utilizing the freshest possible ingredients as they come into season. With a live sushi bar, diners are able to witness firsthand the kitchen’s undoubted knife skills that are a spectacle to watch.
Paired exquisitely with the food, a small, punchy cocktail menu holds its own with a Japanese twist on classic cocktails. Drawing on unexpected savoury ingredients such as salmon and wagyu, as well as more traditional flavours like yuzu and sakura and house-made syrups, Don & Tori’s cocktail menu takes you on a mouth-watering journey. Further premium Japanese sake and shochu varieties are also also available on hand for the more discerning of drinkers.
Don & Tori is now open, serving you lunch and dinner daily from Monday to Saturday from 12pm onwards.
MYO Restobar at Oxley Tower serves classic home-style Cantonese dishes and dim sum. Also not forgetting Kia Hiang's famous claypot chicken, as this 120-seater restaurant is a new culinary venture by Kia Hiang Restaurant.
They aim to delight generations with delicious and innovative dim sum and Chinese wok dishes in a comfortable setting. They promise a mouth-watering experience through they uncompromising value and quality of their dishes, driven by their passionate and dedicated team.
On the menu; the signature Kia Hiang Claypot Spring Chicken, Tangy Orange Braised Pork Ribs with mantou, Angus Ribeye Cubes with garlic and broccoli, Steamed Siu Mai with conpoy & black truffle, Gold Foil Dumplings w/assorted mushrooms and many more.
Chef Christophe Lerouy (formerly of Alma by Juan Amador) has started a brand new modern French restaurant, Restaurant Lerouy, on Stanley Street.
Diners get to sit around the eye-catching long & winding counter which frames the open kitchen.
There are three-, five- and seven-course tasting menus to select from for lunch and dinner. For the month of December, chef Lerouy will work his magic and presents his version of Christmas foie gras creation.
Originally from France, the decorated chef Lerouy brings with him a myriad of food cultures and techniques from his culinary exploits around the world. He spent his formative years receiving a strong foundation in classical French techniques under the tutelage and apprenticeship of Michelin-starred chefs Christian Le Aquer (Le Pavillon Ledoyen) and Guy Martin (Le Grand Vefour), Pourcel Brothers (Le Jardin des Sens). Thereafter, he worked in Los Angeles, Shanghai, Marrakech, Abu Dhabi and one year in Singapore in 2008 when he was sous chef The Lighthouse Restaurant.
Chef Lerouy’s classical French foundation incorporated modernist leanings at Amador Restaurant and Cellar at the Park Rotana Abu Dhabi, as well as at Alma by Juan Amador. It was at Alma where his culinary excellence and direction as the restaurant’s Chef de Cuisine was awarded the one star accolade in the 2016 Singapore Michelin Guide.
Be the FIRST to have it all - The excitement, exhilaration, momentum & intensity of the REAL Rhythm Cycling workout. Groove to the coolest music with their Rockstar Instructors in a super fun & impactful 45-min session, guaranteed to make you sweat!
Opening soon at Downtown Gallery, Absolute Cycle is Singapore's premier, dedicated rhythm based indoor cycling studio and lifestyle destination. They are a community driven by the sweat of their ride, the connection of their pack and the joy of every rider that enters their doors.
Rhythm cycling is a full-body workout focused on an optimal cardio class with movements, music, and motivation. You have fun, hear great music and burn 500 - 800+ calories a single 45-min session!
Level Up at Clarke Quay is a unique lifestyle concept aimed at providing a comfortable and relaxed social setting to promote conversations and interaction. Combining a wide array of retro arcade games and drinking games with live entertainment from key local musicians, Level Up serves up casual bar fare with an Asian twist, paired with an array of drinks and jug options that are perfect for sharing.
Whether you're an 80s baby or 90s honey, Level Up is sure to have you enticed with its variety of arcade games on offer that will appeal to anyone from button smashers to racing heads.
Comfortably accommodating up to 250 people, Level Up's graphic wall will be the ideal backdrop for both corporate and private events too.
Housed on the second storey of a conservational shophouse, Level Up spans over 6,400 square feet with an unparalleled view of Singapore River riverfront and is set to be the latest hotspot and go-to destination at the heart of bustling Clarke Quay with its 'Eat, Drink, Play' motto.
Hafudog's first shop opens its doors in the hustling and bustling streets of Robinson Road serving up artisanal hot dogs, the fusion way.
Some passionate people and chefs got together to innovate a simple, consistent, fast and delicious classic staple. And Hafudog was born.
"Hafu" refers to a person or object of mixed origin. At Hafudog, they mixed their influences across North America to their roots here in Asia. Taking culinary and hospitality combinations that work, they’ve refreshed the classic staple, the all-American hot dog.
Their philosophy is backed by strong culinary skills: hot dogs are simply a sausage in a bun, but they don’t take this lightly. At Hafudog, these main ingredients are made fresh by local artisans and they ensure that it meets a standard of excellence. This means quality ingredients with no preservatives, no shortcuts and 100% pure enjoyment.
New on Gemmill Lane is 44-seater Spanish restaurant, La Pepa. It serves authentic Spanish tapas, with a 'mercado' (aka Spanish-style gourmet market/grocer) within its premise for your home dining needs!
Their Spanish staple, Arroz Negro is bomba rice cooked in squid ink, topped with seafood and aioli.
Order the Toasta La Pepa; which is Spanish cured anchovy sitting atop marinated piquillo peppers and eggplant on sourdough toast.
Maru is a contemporary Asian fusion restaurant located in Singapore’s Central Business District of Tanjong Pagar. Integrating the cultures of Vietnam, Japan and America; Maru is set to become a major new addition to Icon Village, located at the corner of Tras and Gopeng Streets.
Enjoy Maru’s one of a kind fusion dining experience while being charmed by their uniquely designed interior integrated from different culture.
Thier goal at Maru is to transport your mind to the bustling but relaxed street scenes of the Old Quarter of Hanoi. Steel telegraph poles with the iconic Hanoi loudspeakers are set against rustic distressed concrete and brick.
An extensive selection of Sake will be on offer, which is displayed on a 7 meter tall wall, backed with hand-made glazed circular Vietnamese vent tiles. Lighting will change from vibrant in the day, becoming a soft glow in the evenings for a more relaxed and cosy atmosphere.
Trattoria Amanda is a celebration of the authentic flavours of Italy and the comfort of its home-cooked dishes. Tucked away on Stanley Street, you'd be pleasantly surprised to discover a piece of home in the hustle and bustle of the city.
Whether you're in the mood for a simple Margherita or a hearty calzone, the star of the show is always their crispy yet chewy dough baked to perfection. Sink your teeth into one of Trattoria Amanda's many pizza offerings and you'll understand what makes their pizza so special. Also don't miss out on their indulgent Burratina e Parma ham, or your favourite pasta served in perfect al dente with the freshest ingredients.
The Brightside on Duxton Hill is a fun little place where you can escape from your worries for a while. Named after the Monty Python song "Always Look on The Bright Side of Life". It's a little bit silly, but let's face it, life can be jolly rotten some times, so the people at The Brightside say bugger it, let your hair down and go laugh with them.
They serve simple, yet totally delicious, Thai Inspired Bar Snacks and Naughty Treats. Their cocktail list is totally focused on great flavours (ask for the Very Mai Tai) and value starting at $12 nett and beers from as little as $5 nett.
In short their "Mission" is to feed you great food and ply you with awesome drinks at reasonable prices.
Hidden away along the pedestrian-only and leafy Duxton Hill in a gorgeous shophouse (No.37), The Brightside is the perfect place to get together with friends. They have space for about 40+ people inside and another 16 outside, plus a couple of swing chairs. Reservations are welcomed.
Randy Indulgence is a healthy Cereal and Acai bar located in the bustle of the CBD at Tanjong Pagar Centre that offers great taste and superfood goodness Acai, minus the second guessing.
Be it any time of the day, Randy Indulgence will help you get it started feeling great and closing it with a sweet bang. Not to mention you can now enjoy ice cream in a healthier way with their fruit and ice cream fusion plus a dash choice cereals for the added crunch factor in your creamy snack.
There is always room for dessert when you don't have to answer to calorie calculator, and there is never a wrong time for a good snack with them!
GuavaLabs is Singapore's first co-wellness space. It offers instructors and fitness experts complete control over their schedules, revenue, and clients without exclusive contracts or lock-in studio agreements.
A turn-key boutique studio space in the heart of the CBD with 4 premium training rooms ready to be booked by the hour.
Instructors will be able to rent, host and manage their classes in fully functional studios equipped with state of the art equipment and brand new facilities.
As part of the GuavaPass community, trainers are also given access to their extensive membership network to fill spots whilst gaining exposure and expanding their business.
Australian chef Clayton Wells (the head chef and owner of the acclaimed Automata in Sydney) has opened a new restuarant-bar concept, Blackwattle on Amoy Street, together with Unlisted Collection.
The restaurant seats around 50 across two levels of dining and includes a small bar area.
At Blackwattle, they utilise the best ingredients possible at that particular time with minimal fuss, creating dishes that speak to their most treasured food experiences. They serve a regularly changing five course set menu, as well as à la carte and bar snack menu. During the week, they offer a two and three course set menu for lunch. They can also cater for most dietary requirements.
At Blackwattle, they have put together a beverage list to compliment the food but also to share a varied range of flavours and styles. A diverse selection of spirits, wine, beer, cider and sake gives you the option to explore a wide array of drinks. They also offer a short and concise cocktail list that features alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Another new kid on Keong Saik Road, you will find Sluviche specializing in Peruvian ceviche fare and slushies.
Choose from Pisco Punch or Pisco Sour for your adult slushie fix.
Ceviche is a highly popular and well-received Peruvian dish made out of raw fish cured in citrus juices from the coastal regions of Latin America. At Sluviche, they offer 5 ceviches available in scallop, shrimp, tuna, Fiji (swordfish) and Buri (yellowtail). Each will be served with a side of sourdough.
Experience Upside Motion's award-winning Pilates, Barre and Aerial classes in the heart of downtown Singapore. Take your workout beyond your imagination, it's time to get fit, get inspired and discover the Upside of life.
Boasting 4000 square feet worth of studio space, Upside Motion's new studio is located at Dowtown Gallery. A holler away from three MRT stations: Raffles Place, Tanjong Pagar and Downtown, power start your day with them before you head to the office or pop in for a lunch-hour refuelling session. Then after a long day, detox with some heart-pumping action or stretch it out and release your endorphins with one of their classes.
Equipped with a Reformer room housing eight Reformer machines, the new studio includes another two commodious rooms specially designed for their signature Xtend Barre, Pilates, Aerial and the newest addition to their programme line-up – Yoga!
To ensure you are all fresh and looking sharp for the next important meeting or hot date, the new studio also offers shower facilities and a chic and luxurious powder room for you to glam up post work-out! There, they’ve got you covered! Journey with them to a stronger and leaner body that houses a happier heart. It is time for an Upside perception of life.
Introducing a new way to indulge in comfort food in the Central Business District; OUE Re:Store is an automated deli service at Downtown Gallery that serves up heritage food by renowned chefs along with an efficient order and pick-up system.
With a curated menu designed by renowned chefs from around Asia including William Wongso, Malcolm Lee, Sau del Rosario and KF Seetoh, OUE Re:Store offers an array of irresistible dining options available at literally, one’s fingertips.
This convenient service allows consumers to place their order along with a preferred pick up time, where their orders are then assigned to a vault personalised with their names for them to collect after – granting the CBD crowd a more efficient dining experience, away from lengthy lunch hour queues. Prices of food will range between SGD8 and SGD12.
A taste of authentic French cuisine and refined Local Chinese delights await diners at Racines.
Located at the new Sofitel Singapore City Centre and helmed by the award-winning Executive Chef Jean-Charles Dubois, connoisseurs of gourmet experiences will enjoy a menu of traditional French classics and timeless Chinese dishes all prepared by two distinct culinary brigade at four live cooking stations. French for roots, Racines uses seasonal local produce and organically grown ingredients. Herbs harvested from the hotel’s own herb garden are used at both the restaurant and bar.
The restaurant’s menu offers a plethora of epicurean delights that are crafted and catered to various dietary needs including health-conscious Delight dishes. Embark with Racines on a culinary journey of flavours spanning the breadth and depth of Singapore and France, for an unforgettable epicurean experience.
One of Racines' star signatures; French Classic Cuisses De Grenouille and Refined Local Chinese Stir-Fried Frog Legs in Spicy Szechuan Salt. Experience two iconic cuisines without compromising on authenticity and premium quality.
WINE RVLT has evolved a lot from before.. now just called RVLT serving up tasty, wholesome and real food by chef Manel Valero.
WINE RVLT was Singapore’s first wine bar to have a clear focus on uncompromising natural wines.
RVLT started as WINE RVLT in September 2016 to be a constant evolution of the REVOLUTION to breakthrough from the mould, bringing a whole new experience to Singaporeans. Something different - never the same and always exciting, when it comes to your next bottle of wine. And in this spirit, they bring you the next evolution.
Version 2.0 will just be RVLT. Because life is simple, why complicate things right?
The Container is a tapas and cocktail bar that draws inspiration from the elements of earth, air, water and fire. It is also one of two specially curated concepts – Aburiya Japanese Wagyu Yakiniku and The Container Wagyu Tapas & Bar which are located side by side, right next to the iconic Singapore River on Boat Quay, offering a comprehensive Japanese Wagyu experience.
In Hokkaido, wagyu farmers all have a second ‘home’.
At the end of the day, they will gather in old, used containers which are converted into informal ‘bars’.
It is at the bars where they share anecdotes about their day’s work and their family (or how some miss theirs who live in other prefectures). They enjoy small plates of wagyu dishes, served up along with sake and beer. Sometimes, the farmers take turns to prepare their hometown wagyu specialities.
Laughing, bonding, over their stories. A place of camaraderie and friendship. This is a celebration of life. The Container is inspired by this experience.
At Aburiya, you will embark on a real Japanese Wagyu beef journey in more ways than one. Presenting to their customers a unique experience with two specially curated concepts – Aburiya Japanese Wagyu Yakiniku and The Container Wagyu Tapas & Bar are both located on Boat Quay, right next to the iconic Singapore River.
As believers of the “nose to tail” philosophy, the people behind Aburiya and The Container respectfully ensure that they use all the cuts of the Japanese Wagyu beef which they import to Singapore from their partner farmers, to minimise wastage and also to showcase the various unique cuts of the beef.
At Aburiya, they pride ourselves in delivering the perfect yakiniku experience.
They also import their own ‘bincho’, also known as ‘white charcoal’, from their own source. A Japanese tradition for yakiniku, grilling Japanese wagyu over ‘white charcoal’ imparts a special flavour to the slices of wagyu beef.
Located on the second storey of a Boat Quay shophouse, Bee Bee's is the oasis in the CBD with a view of the Singapore River and skyline. Named after the matron of his life, 22-year-old Bryan Kishore emptied his bank account to open up Bee Bee’s, a Tiki cocktail bar with elements of Peranakan fare - a beautiful fusion of Malay and Chinese cultures, and each one's favourite ingredients and cooking techniques. Get ready for nights filled with swagger, spice, and bad advice.
New at Downtown Gallery is Septième Largeur, specialising in bespoke handcrafted leather shoes.
Born in Spain, Marcos Fernandez Cabezas is the founder of Septième Largeur.
Septième Largeur today has three boutiques in Paris, their Asia flagship boutique in Singapore, one in Taiwan and Geneva respectively.
The choice of material plays a key role in the life and aesthetics of every pair of Septième Largeur shoes. The full-grain French calf leather comes from renowned tanneries in Europe with a rich heritage and are carefully selected by Marcos. Relentless in the pursuit for quality, Marcos continually seeks to improve the quality and comfort of their shoes by constantly exploring factories around Europe. Septième Largeur selects the best French leather tanneries and best British ones for suede.
Experience history, tradition and craftsmanship at its finest with Septième Largeur. Read more about its history here.
Located in The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore,La Brasserie reaffirms its leading reputation for elegant, gracious French dining in a stately landmark by the awe-inspiring Marina Bay waterfront, with its newly refurbished salons and re-focused culinary direction.
Boasting 10-metre-high floor to ceiling windows offering stunning views of Marina Bay, and Neo-Palladian architecture, La Brasserie exudes an understated opulence, which recent renovations have further enhanced. A new light Herringbone floor and colour scheme centred on a grey, burnt orange and ivory theme, along with redesigned furnishings and new drapery by Jim Thompson have visually revitalised the interior, giving it a more lively contemporary ambience while drawing in, and transforming, the brilliant ochres and purples when the sun sets.
The food of La Brasserie is a harmony of French brasserie classics and dishes that have the hallmark of ‘cuisine du soleil’. This ‘cuisine of the sun’ is the representative food of the South of France, a region that is said to be blessed with the sun for 330 days of the year. It is a cuisinecharacterised by Mediterranean flavours and a lighter touch, with ingredients that evoke the ‘essence’ of the sun.
The Autobus in cycling terminology is the name given to the group of cyclists in a road cycling race that forms a large group behind the leading peloton. It is also the name of a bespoke cycling cafe at Downtown Gallery.
The Autobus is the first of its kind in South East Asia.
It runs on a very strong ethos of serving the community with its coffee from 7am in the morning up till late at night. Focused also on serving food that are real, whole and natural. If you can pick it, pluck it, milk it, shoot it, you can eat it!
Carrying versatile pieces that take your child from party to playground to playpen, online kids shop Le Petit Society, has set up their first bricks-and-mortar concept store at the new Downtown Gallery.
They want to offer that exceptional convenience to however their customers want to shop. With their new physical shop, customers can buy online and choose if they want to pick up their items in their physical store.
Le Petit Society - the little society was founded upon the desire to create versatile, well-crafted clothing for children that will journey with them from the moment they arrive into this world, as precious little newborns, to the time they step out as spirited young individuals. With the founding principle that great style should be for everyone, Le Petit Society was formed in 2012 by an inspired Singaporean couple, Robyn Liang and Dylan Ong with the desire to fill a gap in the kids garment world. Through developing an Asia-made line that delivers top quality and design, the collections boast of the most comfortable and stylish pieces befitting for all occasions, across all ages.
As parents to two delightful little girls, the founders of Le Petit Society continue to seek only the best in their creations. With their experience as parents strengthening their resolve to create safe and comfortable products with every collection, Le Petit Society believes in using only choice fabrics that children will want to wear daily, and last generations. They place great thought and care in crafting their designs and their most important purpose is, and always has been, to give your children comfort and joy through their charming collections for a long time to come. Join their journey as they take small steps to bigness making clothing that caters from newborn to 12 years old.
Patisserie G has opened their 2nd branch at the new urban lifestyle mall, Downtown Gallery.
Coffee lovers will be thrilled to know that they have the POURSTEADY, a coffee pour-over machine which creates precision pours. Experience a cup of coffee with great balance of body and flavour with Patisserie G.
The first Patisserie G was opened in November 2012 by Gwen Lim. Her passion and appetite for quality desserts are inspired from many places and by many chefs, and her dream is to be able to share what she loves to eat with others.
Try Bombe Cherise, a Dark Chocolate Sponge & Mousse with Kirsch-soaked Cherries or The Tropical, a homage to the forever summer weather here in Singapore. It is a gateaux of a Buttery Crumble base, Coconut Sponge, Banana Marmalade, Mango Passion Mousse and Malibu Chantilly Cream.
A group of Singaporeans, visited My Banh Mi Saigon (MBM Saigon) in Ho Chi Minh City and were deeply impressed with the flavourful yet healthy range of food MBM Saigon provides. The lingering taste inspired them to bring it nearer to home, by collaborating with MBM Saigon to open its first ever Asian outlet outside of Vietnam, in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar Centre.
My Banh Mi Saigon (MBM Saigon) is a family business managed by Celebrity Chef Bobby Chinn's father, Frank Chinn. Together with Vietnam’s well-known European chef Andreas Ertle who has opened restaurants globally from New York to Moscow, the specialty sauces and roasting processes of the quality meat being used by MBM Saigon was developed.
MBM Saigon is fully committed to its objective of providing its valued customers with food products representing “Wholesome, Flavorful, Value”. Since its inception, MBM Saigon has garnered numerous good reviews on TripAdvisor, and has been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2016 and is now recognised as Vietnam’s #1 Banh Mi.
Spanish restaurant chain, Pura Brasa, which started in Barcelona in 2010, has set foot in Singapore. Its seventh restaurant is now at Tanjong Pagar Centre.
Pura Brasa was created by Josper®, the internationally recognized brand of charcoal ovens, with the aim to be a place to give ideas to Josper’s customers and teach them how to implement the grills and ovens and the variety of applications they have. Eating at Pura Brasa is the best way to see how the Josper® technology works.
Apart from being based on grill and the Josper ovens, Pura Brasa’s concept goes much further: a modern place, with open kitchen, where the customer feels comfortable and relaxed while savoring a unique dining experience. A novel formula of understanding the act of eating, or simply enjoying some tapas, in a pleasant, modern and casual ambience.
Singapore’s new destination to Look Well, Keep Well and Eat Well, Downtown Gallery, is part of the redeveloped OUE Downtown development on Shenton Way.
It is a one-of-a-kind destination for like-minded people to commune, comprising approximately 150,000 sq ft of premium retail space spread over six levels, including one basement level, housing bold new retail and lifestyle concepts. Its prominent 262-metre-wide frontage is one of the longest single retail frontages in the heart of the commercial district, creating more window display space than any comparable development. Click here to read more about Downtown Gallery.
SAMA Curry & Cafe at the new Downtown Gallery serves authentic Japanese soup curry. Get ready to taste the furiously delicious soup curry in 30 different levels of spiciness - measured in “bears”, from baby bear to adult bear and crazy bear.
SAMA Curry & Cafe opened its first store in Hokkaido in 2004. Today, there are 10 SAMA outlets in Japan mainly in Hokkaido, Sendai, Tokyo and Fukuoka. Also available in Hong Kong and now in Singapore.
Perfect for casual get-togethers and pre dinner meet-ups, VENUE By Sebastian is one of the first few dining establishments to open at the swanky new Downtown Gallery in the heart of the central commercial district. Occupying 1,900 sqft space on the ground floor of Downtown Gallery, the 80-seat communal dining restaurant is set to inspire diners with its exciting contemporary European fare.
Helmed by Chef-Owner Sebastian Ng, former Chef-Owner of the now-defunct Restaurant Ember, and Chef de Cuisine Jonathan Lee, former Head Chef of Artichoke, VENUE By Sebastian is guided by the chefs’ beliefs in serving unpretentious yet tasty and well-balanced meals for all diners.
Curated with meticulous details over months of experimentation, the extensive menu at VENUE By Sebastian is a harmonious blend of modern European culinary techniques and quality ingredients, imbued with a refreshing touch of Asian flavours.
Running on a sharing plates concept, the lunch and dinner menus are designed to feature a mix of communal dishes in sharing portions across eight dish categories including, ‘Toast’, ‘Fritti & Greens’, ‘Pasta’, ‘Raw, Cured & Smoked’, ‘Pan, Coal & Roast’, ‘Sides’ and ‘Sweets’.
Hipster Japanese coffee joint, Omotesando Koffee which draws crowds in Hong Kong and Tokyo is coming soon to Singapore at the new Downtown Gallery by Shenton Way.
It actually started off as a Tokyo pop-up in the luxurious Omotesando residential distract.
The cafe is famous for its minimalist style, as well as their signature custard cake which come in bite-sized cubes.
The coffee beans to be used here in Singapore will be roasted in Kyoto by Ogawa Coffee Roasters, just like the outlet in Japan. And their Singapore outlet's baristas will be trained by the baristas from Omotesando Japan and Hong Kong for three to six months.
Ritual has branched out to the CBD area and their 3rd outlet is now at Robinson Road.
They have taken away all the excuses for not going to the gym. All you need to do is find half an hour in your busy day and show up at one of their premises.
Ritual offers High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) which combines strength training with cardio, allowing you to train the entire body in a mere 20-minute session. 20 minutes of HIIT has been repeatedly shown to be far more effective than an hour of consistent effort on a bike or a treadmill. If you can just ask a little bit more from your body than it can handle, you can raise your metabolic rate for up to 48 hours after your training session.
They've got 4 levels of progression, so whether you're a high level athlete or stepping into a gym for the first time, they've got you covered. There's no 'one size fits all' when it comes to fitness, so their coaches are trained to adjust the daily programs according to your specific needs.
At Ritual, they focus on form over reps, because not only will you get more out of doing 5 perfect reps than 15 poorly-executed ones, you' re far less likely to injure yourself in the process. With just 10 paxs per group session, you'll always get high-quality coaching with lots of personal attention, within a fun, supportive environment.
Whole Earth is Singapore’s first and only wholesome Peranakan-Thai plant-based cuisine restaurant. They are also the first and only plant-based restaurant in Singapore to be awarded the inaugural Michelin Bib Gourmand 2016.
After two months of renovation, Whole Earth, previously a casual eatery has recently reopened as an industrial-chic 70-seater restaurant.
They continue on their mission to elevate the standard of plant-based cooking and promote it to a wider audience. Locals, expatriates and tourists adore their fresh vegetables, legumes, mushrooms and grains, dished to authentic Peranakan and Thai perfection.
The Work Project (a Hong Kong-based co-working space operator) will be opening soon in June 2017. It will fill the entire 4th floor of the new OUE Downtown Gallery located at Shenton Way.
The new 20,000 sq ft of co-working space will have:
230 private workstations, 100 hot desks and 120 collaboration spaces
Over 20 meeting rooms
Event space and workshop room
Full-service pantry including breakfast and lunch selection from The Providore
Full-service café by Omotesando Koffee
Nursing and first aid room
The Work Project has carefully designed a multi-sensory environment to enhance productivity: Every single element – including music, scent, refreshments and furniture has been carefully curated with the goal of improving productivity and work experience. Members are empowered with access to a range of facilities, services and thoughtfully curated amenities that will help accelerate their rise.
The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) building located by the fringe of the Central Business District is a contemporary translation of the traditional 3-tiered unity of 'earth', 'people' and 'sky' elements in Chinese architecture. Its principal architect is DP Architects Pte Ltd.
SCCC will be celebrating its official opening with an 8-days Cultural Extravaganza from 20th of May. The extravaganza will include cultural workshops on puppetry, crosstalk, Chinese opera, and performances by local arts and culture groups.
The architectural expression of SCCC took its cues from the composition of elements and varied textures of a Chinese landscape painting. The play of composition, texture, decoration and symbolism in the different stacked zones softens the building expression. The façade is read as a progression of illustration from bottom to top, distinctive in their treatment, yet coherent as a statement.
SCCC is a non-profit organisation that aims to develop Singapore Chinese culture and promote racial harmony. They hope to reach out to Chinese and non-Chinese residents, new immigrants and the youths through a wide range of carefully planned activities.
The long-awaited S$110 million SCCC building on Straits Boulevard aims to preserve traditions, promote innovation in ideas, and enrich the multi-faceted nature of Chinese culture in Singapore.
The new JustCo coworking centre at UIC Building is slated to open in May.
JustCo prides itself on being the largest co-working space provider in Singapore and is the coworking spinoff of JustOffice, a serviced office provider which has five locations in Singapore and another two in Shanghai.
At 40,000 square feet (3,700 square metres), this new space stretches across two floors and will be capable of accommodating more than 1,000 desks.
The UIC Building location is JustCo’s fourth coworking space in Singapore, in addition to their Robinson Road and Raffles Quay locations. In May, JustCo will also be opening a location at the Marina One tower in Marina Bay.
SBCD Korean Tofu House specialises in tofu stews (Sundubu) and is located in the basement of the new Tanjong Pagar Centre. There you'll find a fully-fledged menu of Korean comfort food.
Sundubu, is a type of jjigae (Korean stew), consisting of freshly curdled tofu, ingredients of meat or seafood, egg and gochujang (Korean Miso) served in a hot stone pot with white rice on the side. The varieties available include Original Beef or Pork, Assorted Seafood, Oyster, Abalone, Intestines, Ham & Cheese, Vegetables and Sesame.
MOJO is a duo-concept food establishment in the heart of the CBD at Telok Ayer Street. Where you get high-protein and low-carb bowls by day; then Yakitori, Tapas and Soju/Sake/Beer bar by Night.
From their drink list; we see cocktails named Gomashio (Japanese Cucumber, Sake, Black & White Sesame), Niwatoko-Ume (Elderflower Essence, Umeshu, Campari), Dark & Stormy (Fresh Young Japanese Ginger, Lime Juice, Gosling’s Dark Rum, Soda) and more. They also carry an impressive range of 13 sakes, two are which are sparkling ones in Peach and Yuzu.
Brainchild of entrepreneur, highly acclaimed restaurateur, Owner and Creative Chef Ricky Ng, Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House has been synonymous with one of the island’s best chilli crab dishes and innovative modern Chinese menus around town.
As the undisputed pioneer of New Age Chinese cuisine, Chef Ng continues to push culinary boundaries by experimenting with myriad flavours and artfully blending these with what today’s discerning diners look for in a meal, adding his unique contemporary spins on traditional and popular dishes to create iconic Blue Lotus dishes.
Situated in the heart of the Central Business District, Pure Fitness's 2nd gym in Singapore offers unparalleled facilities and an extraordinary fitness experience like no other.
The 20,500 sq. ft. Pure Fitness at Ocean Financial Centre, comes with a wide selection of targeted training zones, high-performance machines and group exercise classes for all fitness levels.
Pure Fitness brings the best fitness experiences from around the world to its prime locations in Hong Kong and Singapore. Their professional team consists of PTA Global certified trainers and passionate instructors who lead over 80 Group X classes weekly per fitness centre that are suitable for all levels of strength and experience.
They inspire and help people to lead healthier, happier lives.
All that you'd expect to find at a world-class gym.
Nestled in a corner of Duxton Road, Kosnica offers you artisanal Gelato, made with quality ingredients.
Kosnica offers 3 homemade waffle flavours: Red Velvet, Matcha and the all-time favourite Classic Original, customise your favourite flavour with 14 of their premium gelato to surprise your taste buds. Their delectable cakes and desserts are not to be missed too.
Food Anatomy is not only about serving delicious food but every dish must also look beautiful. They define beauty not from the conventional way of culinary plating, instead, the aesthetic of each dish is developed more as a graphic design project. Now at Tanjong Pagar Centre.
Every meal at Food Anatomy consist of a choice of 3 dishes. Assemble a meal from the a wide variety of different dishes. Depending on what you want, you can freely mix and match the warm and cold dishes, the desserts and salads.
Offering nourishing Chinese soups on the go, Soup Living joins a bevy of F&B establishments to open at Tanjong Pagar Centre.
Soup is a deep rooted Chinese food tradition. Known for their health benefits, traditional Chinese soups are nourishing tonics good for health made from fresh vegetables, lean meats or fish, and flavoured only by natural ingredients. Many Chinese soups also include the use of herbal ingredients that enhances the health-benefiting function of the soup, an age old practice used by thousands of generations.
Launching soon in January 2017, ClubCo is turning co-working on its head. They are committed in providing a lifestyle working experience for individuals and businesses through the integration of cutting-edge workspaces, premium meeting rooms, versatile function areas and collaborative event spaces with their established lifestyle restaurant, cafe and bar. Instead of paying for your workspace, 100% of your membership fee can be redeemed for food, beverage and other club services available.
Membership packages are tailored to suit your requirements and deliver all-inclusive benefits in an environment that revolves around networking and learning whilst being supported by great food, coffee and drinks from their restaurant, Club Meatballs.
Serving a diverse menu revolving around meatballs where you 'choose your own food adventure', every meal can be created differently in Club Meatballs. With a happening bar, Club Meatballs is also a great spot to socialise, network or conduct your casual meetings throughout the day. You can also book parties and events in Club Meatballs where they can help you bring in bands and other entertainments to suit your requirements. All using your club membership account, so you will be cashless while ordering food and drinks in Club Meatballs.
Part of the new Tanjong Pagar Centre, which is now the tallest building in Singapore, is the 223-room Sofitel Singapore City Centre which will be opening in May 2017.
Their luxurious rooms feature bold artwork inspired by the rich shades of leaves, and are equipped with high quality amenities. Stay entertained with a 49" Smart TV and a Bose home entertainment system.
Be sure to check out their restaurant, Racines, by Chef Jean Charles Dubois. The restaurant will be serving up contemporary French and local cuisine.
East Japan Railway Company (JR East) announces that its first overseas venture, JAPAN RAIL CAFE, will open on 4th December 2016. The new travel themed café is located on the level 1 of Tanjong Pagar Centre, the tallest building connected to Tanjong Pagar MRT Station.
Aiming to promote travel to Japan, JAPAN RAIL CAFE will provide Japan lovers with a one stop Japan-like experience including the latest Japanese products such as trendy items and convenient rail ticketing service for Japan rail passes. It will also serve as a platform to communicate unique information to Singaporeans about the less known travel destinations in Japan.
The café food menu at JAPAN RAIL CAFE adopts a combination of various F&B recipes developed by JR East Food Business (JFEB), a food subsidiary under the JR East Group owning more than 50 brands of F&B outlets in Tokyo. At the café, a range of daily Japanese food such as burger sets, sandwich sets and rice bowls will be served. Every month, a special menu will be launched featuring a few representative dishes of the monthly featured region.
Botanist is a new addition to Neil Road for cafe goers.
Botanist is a cafe that serves aromatic cuppa and delicious grub, brought to you by the same team behind Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters, Alchemist and Knockhouse Supply Co. Expect no less of the quality of their coffee brews.
After months of eager anticipation, Virgin Active has revealed 1st December as the opening date for its 2nd club in Tanjong Pagar Centre, the newest landmark in the Central Business District. It will feature a modern and polished look, offering a suite of premium products and services that will set a new standard for the industry.
Designed with its club members in mind, Virgin Active Tanjong Pagar will have an extensive range of the latest fitness equipment laid across a huge floor space of more than 30,000 square feet, with six workout zones and three studios offering up to 200 highly innovative group exercise classes each week. Virgin Active has kitted out its newest club with its renowned relaxation and recovery facilities, including a Himalayan salt inhalation room, steam and ice rooms, and its iconic sleep pods. This follows Virgin Active’s holistic approach to health and fitness, and in creating a space which delivers fitness, wellness and lifestyle experiences, meeting the needs and wants of both avid gym-goers and busy executives looking to unwind after a hard day’s work.
Virgin Active Tanjong Pagar will be the only club to offer high altitude training, and has a studio which can simulate conditions similar to exercising 3,000 metres above sea level. The first of its kind for any gym here in Singapore, high altitude training has been proven to improve the body’s cardiovascular and respiratory systems and increase the rate of fat burning in the human body. In addition, the new club has a huge exercise studio that can easily accommodate 50 people at any one time. At 200 square metres, this will be Virgin Active’s largest workout studio in South East Asia.
TRIBE by TEC, The Executive Centre’s first dedicated coworking space, is a significant milestone on the roadmap of product diversification and expansion.
Located at 51B/52B Circular Road, TRIBE by TEC is designed especially to unite promising professional forces and provide them with the workspace and facilities they need to grow their business.
Breaking away from the austerity and formality of a conventional corporate environment, the Circular Road centre embodies a whole new character of TRIBE by TEC. The interior design emphasises on warmth and vibrancy with generous use of colours, fostering inspiration and complementing the openness of the space.
A good vibe is of ultimate importance to the TRIBE. Set in a historic conservation shophouse dating back to the late 1800’s, Circular Road is now the soft front to the modern cosmopolitan and commercial centre of Singapore’s Central Business District, housing a vibrant mix of offices, restaurants, cafes & bars. With the open and communal setting which facilitates interaction and collaboration, TRIBE by TEC creates a community where like-minded leaders converge.
Founded over 25 years ago, Crystal Jade has grown from a single restaurant to an award-winning F&B group with one-MICHELIN star. Well-regarded for its culinary expertise and commitment to quality, Crystal Jade’s brand mission to spread the word on Chinese cuisine and culture has remain unchanged.
Founded on the core principles of Chinese cuisine while drawing influence from modern gastronomy, Crystal Jade provides only the most wholesome food – food that nourishes, inspires and nurtures relationships, for today – and for many more generations to come.
Located in a shop house along North Canal Road, PYXIEMOSS is set to shake up the neighbourhood with its brand of innovative modern European cuisine with a British and sometimes Asian slant, spearheaded by Chef Tim Ross-Watson. Open only in the evenings, the restaurant and bar is a spiffy outfit where diners can sip on intriguing ‘chef-driven’ cocktails, nibble on addictive bar snacks, and indulge in moreish small plates at wallet-friendly prices.
Using a combination of traditional and cutting edge cooking techniques and tools, Chef Tim artfully transforms simple everyday ingredients into novel dishes that highlight his creativity and bold “MacGyver” approach to food; such as upcycling usually-discarded parts of select produce to render delightfully-layered yet familiar flavours.
A name that stems from Owner & Head Chef Tim’s fascination with moss - a hardy plant that thrives and grows even in the harshest of conditions, PYXIEMOSS is derived from Pixie moss; the only flowering moss in over 12,000 species, and alludes to the establishment’s aspiration to blossom and flourish.
Coffee roasters Nomad the Gallant have opened a sandwich and coffee shop in the heart of the CBD with a fantastically catchy and quirky name - Hungry Bazterdz!
Their simple and straightforward menu features their delicious coffee along with sandwiches like the Fat Chicken (chicken strips with garlic aioli and pickled veggies) and the Grand Poobah, a delicious six-hour braised pulled beef in jus with cheddar cheese. They also have the Falafal Marinara for the vegetarians out there.
Located at Tanjong Pagar Road, this new café has it all – from burgers and pastas to coffee, tea and even alcoholic beverages.
If you’re working around the area and have exhausted all the lunch options in the vicinity, then lucky you; Hashtag 88 Café & Bar has great weekday set lunch offers where you can relish scrumptious dishes like smokey salmon sandwich, cheezy baked pork ribs and chicken kebab, that’ll be served with a cup of coffee or tea and a soup.
V on Shenton is an upcoming mixed condo development project, located close to the Shenton way, in the core area of Singapore. The condo sits right next to the central business district of city and close to the UIC building.
The V on Shenton comprises of 3 bedrooms units to penthouses and studio units. The penthouse unit has a size range from 441 sqft. to 7255 sqft. There are also some other developments close to the V on Shenton including the Marine One Residence, Marian Bay residence, The clift, Icon One Shenton, 76 Shenton, Lumiere and Clermont etc.
Live in V on Shenton if you want to get a living space where you can get an easy access to various amenities like dining, entertainment, leisure facilities and shopping options just within a short reach. The 2 level of trade that is present at the pedestal will offer a channel of convenience to its residents, in getting the daily amenities.
After taking his restaurant from a posh setting to a more casual one, Belgian chef Emmanuel Stroobant is returning to his fine-dining roots.
The 47-year-old chef's French restaurant, Saint Pierre, will open at One Fullerton in March, taking over a 2,000 sq ft space vacated by the Butter Factory nightclub.
At the new space, Saint Pierre will seat 30 diners, a stark contrast to the 100 seats in Sentosa. Its Central Mall location had 60 seats.
The menu at the revamped Saint Pierre will also be reduced. There will be no a la carte menu, just two six-course menus and two 10-course menus for dinner, including a vegetarian option each.
Some of the offerings include lobster with clams and milk rice; carrot with orange, cacao and tonka bean; and a chocolate dessert with vanilla and passionfruit. He also uses Asian ingredients, such as tamarind, ginger, kaffir lime and lemongrass.
The chef says the dishes have been streamlined to focus on key ingredients, and laughs about writing a much shorter menu now compared with a long list of ingredients before.
And unlike many fine-dining establishments that do not welcome children, the father of two girls aged six and four has a special kids' menu to encourage children to dine out, teach them fine-dining etiquette as well as educate them on flavours and where their food comes from.
Ivory Coffee offers a new coffee break option for those working around the Boat Quay and Raffles Place area.
Grab a seat by the window and enjoy a quick break as you sip on their lightly sweetened Apple Cinnamon Coffee. The cafe has yet to finalise the menu as it is still in its soft launch period, but for now, there are all-day brunch choices like the Salted Egg Chicken Waffle and mains like the Beef Bacon Mac & Cheese. In the evening, the kitchen turns out small plates like Salted Egg Chicken Bites and Fried Mantou with Condensed Milk; these go well with a glass of cold brew Ivory Iced Tea or Slow Pressed Juice.
Kraftwich has you in mind when developing the menu and concept of the cafe. Experience their signature kraftwich in their cosy cafe. Don't feel like having a sandwich today? Choose from their range of salads or even DIY your own from their salad bar.
Looking for a place to chill and kill time or for your meeting? Look no further than Kraftwich. They even have tea time specials for your enjoyment as you watch the world go by or have a discussion with your colleagues or business partners.
Kitchen by Food Rebel is a health food café in the CBD / Telok Ayer area serving organic & local produce.
They are a fully inclusive cafe offering real food, with the highest quality ingredients to meat lovers, vegans, vegetarians and those with food intolerances. Hot tummy warming specials are served daily in addition to superfood salads & sandwiches, smoothies and functional teas.
Catering for dine-In, takeaway and grab & go options, Kitchen by Food Rebel is also a space to raise awareness and provide education on the power of food and nutrition on our health. Regular workshops and events taking place on site are posted on their website.
Customised meal plans and large order delivery can also be arranged by calling and booking ahead.
The Food Rebel team are passionate about functional, healthy, reinvented local and international cuisine that’s uncomplicated and delicious. They choose their ingredients very carefully, therefore hormone & antibiotic free meat is served with organic and locally sourced vegetables and super foods. Gluten-Free options are available, no MSG is used in any of their meals, purified water is used in all of their cooking and of course artificial additives are completely off the menu.
Simple, fresh ingredients are the key to their food preparation. They lovingly create nutritionally dense meals which retain all of their goodness and have the ability to keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer. The Food Rebellion has started in the Kitchen!
Absolute Acai brings your delicious and tasty acai all the way from the Brazil, with the intent to shake and revolutionize the health food industry.
At Absolute Acai, their acai berries do not come as a whole fruit, but in the forms of frozen puree, served in a bowl or cup. They are committed to soucing the finest ingredients, which is why they chose Frooty Acai, the number 1 market share leader in Brazil
On the 40th floor, nestled between the clouds and a 15,000-square-feet Sky Forest, Artemis is a new Singapore landmark showcasing the Mediterranean’s rich culinary heritage with the freshest organic produce.
Elevated above the hustle and bustle of the city on the rooftop of CapitaGreen, the restaurant and bar offer spectacular views of the urban skyline to the sea beyond.
With dining for 120 and private room seating of up to 40, as well as a breezy outdoor terrace ideal for savouring a broad portfolio of wine, cocktails and craft beers, Artemis embodies grand Mediterranean hospitality where the sky is the limit.
Founded by former elite sports karate fighter, Kaspar Basse, the first Joe & The Juice opened in Copenhagen in 2002. Designed to offer a healthy and delicious alternative to quick-fix meal options that would meet the nutritional requirements that athletes would need to achieve optimal performance.
Since then, the Danish-Scandinavian inspired destination coffee and juice bar has become a cult favorite in 70 cities across Europe, including London, Stockholm, Hamburg, Oslo, New York, Nice, Reykjavik and soon to open in Paris, Hong Kong, Macau and now Singapore!
Fueled by two prominent mega trends - entertainment & health, Joe & The Juice offers a uniquely theatrical and personalised customer experience which combines theatre, fun, music, art, design, crafts, social media, culture, fashion, tattoos and some great looking stars behind the counter.
Their insistence on serving up only the freshest mix of nutritionally rich menu offerings ensures that nothing is pre-made or packaged in advance. Expect nothing short of a spectacle as you watch your orders being prepared on the spot by the stars behind the counter. The result is an extraordinary dynamic ambiance, engaging and entertaining, topped with nutritious and delectable offering.
Joe & The Juice articulates its Danish heritage through the use of locally designed interiors and furnishings so that each location carries the brand identity but still establishes itself as a unique destination.
CrossFit Tanjong Pagar is Singapore’s leading CrossFit box located in the heart of the CBD. They are proud to boast the largest training facility of its kind, with air-conditioning, world class CrossFit certified trainers and a positive environment that helps create a diverse and successful community.
CrossFit Tanjong Pagar was formed solely to provide the best training, coaching, community, and results that Singapore has to offer. Their world class coaches design and implement functional training programs to strengthen your body, heart, mind, and soul.
From the team that brought you Kilo, Grain Traders has opened in the heart of the CBD.
Grain Traders is more than your typical, casual, lunch-time joint: it serves hearty comfort food for the everyday worker, providing variety, quality, and an experience for the senses and soul in a cosy, comfortable experience.
At the heart of Grain Traders is a belief in feeding and treating people right, without compromise.
PARKROYAL on Pickering’s Lime restaurant launches its Lime Pâtisserie during Singapore Golden Jubilee. The new sweet spot is the perfect addition to Singapore’s Central Business District.
Guests can relish a selection of delicious sliced cakes, macaroons, pralines and muffins that showcase the beautiful artistry of the restaurant’s pastry team. Diners are spoilt for choice with a wide selection of house favourites such as the classic Valrhona Chocolate Gateau, fruity Strawberry Cheesecake and the local favourite velvety soft D24 Durian Mousse cake.
Lime’s comfortable sofas and snug corner tables provide a cosy setting for guests to experience the glorious combination of artisanal desserts and a lovely tête-à-tête with loved ones amidst the iconic foliage of the hotel-in-a-garden. For those looking to impress at home or in the office, the pâtisserie also offers the option to take away some of its all-time party favourites such as indulgent Sea Salt Caramel Chocolate Tart, zesty Lemon Lime Tart, colourful Rainbow Cake and Milk Chocolate Rocher Pops which is sure to delight guests of all ages, specially kids.
Marina One, an award winning integrated development, within the prestigious Marina Bay financial district, is set to usher in a new concept of living, working and entertaining at the heart of Singapore’s vibrant new CBD. Set amidst an abundance of greenery, Marina One comes alive through the design of world-renowned architect Christoph Ingenhoven, a leader in sustainable Supergreen architecture and integrated development concepts. Marina One is built on four land parcels in Marina South.
Marina One will comprise of 2 blocks of 30-storey prime Grade-A office spaces, 2 blocks of 34-storey luxury residences called Marina One Residences, and The Heart, a 3-storey retail podium that covers over 140,000 square feet within Marina One offering a plethora of shopping, lifestyle and signature culinary outlets surrounded by lush greenery of over 65,000 square feet and its adjacent parks – Marina Station Square and Central Linear Park. In addition, Marina One will offer its residents and office-goers, excellent views of the city skyline, sea and Gardens by the Bay!
Marina One Residents can rejuvenate in the wide-array of recreational facilities such as a 50m lap pool, Jacuzzis, saunas, wellness sanctuary, putting green and a 200 square metre gymnasium. Residents can also entertain their guests in the Resident’s clubhouse with concierge counter, Private Dining rooms, private lounge, Teppanyaki and BBQ terraces. Marina One Residents will also enjoy seamless connectivity to 4 out of 6 MRT lines via underground pedestrian links to Marina Bay, Downtown and future Shenton Way MRT Stations. Marina One will also be connected to Raffles Place via a future underground link!