Guzman Y Gomez serves traditional Mexican flavors featuring hearty proteins resting on fragrant seasoned rice and zesty salsa. Go and try out their burrito and nachos at their newly-reopened Star Vista branch or their upcoming new outlet at Novena Square!
Using only the freshest ingredients, GYG aims to serve you authentic Mexican fare that’s bursting with flavour. Say Hola to your new favourite lunch spot.
Pamper your palate with GYS’s version of the quintessential quesadilla, which consists of melted Jack cheese, salsa and your choice of filling encased in a grilled soft corn tortilla, perfect for those who want an economical yet substantial meal.
Guess who’s finally in City Hall? Local favourite Ponggol Nasi Lemak has opened their first branch in City Halll at Capitol Singapore.
Ponggol Nasi Lemak is most famous for their signature dish of fragrant coconut rice with sides of fried chicken wing, sunny-side-up egg, fried peanuts and anchovies, and sambal chili sauce. Also don’t forget to try their favourites such as archar, otah and fried ikan kuning!
Established in 1979, Ponggol Nasi Lemak is a heritage food brand serving one of the most iconic specialty food in Singapore. Under the guidance of founders Mr. Ang Chye Choon and Madam Koh Ah Tan, the family started delivering traditional pre-packed Nasi Lemak in Banana leaves to distributor and hawker stores in Singapore.
Attention all burger-lovers, cult-favourite American burger joint, Five Guys has opened its first Singapore store at Plaza Singapura.
Occupying a space of over 460 sqm, the outlet at Plaza Singapura is located along a prime stretch on the ground floor of the mall overlooking the Orchard Road belt. Currently comprising an indoor area that seats up to 52 patrons, the store will eventually also house an outdoor seating area that will increase the outlet’s capacity to accommodate up to over 160 patrons.
The Singapore store is the global burgers and fries joint’s first franchise in Asia, and the latest addition to Zouk Group’s growing food and beverage portfolio as part of its lifestyle expansion plans.
“After many months of planning, we’re thrilled to finally unveil the very first Five Guys store in Singapore. Five Guys is an exciting addition to our portfolio, and we were fortunate to be presented with an opportune space in the city that is highly accessible, so that fans of Five Guyscan come together to enjoy their favourite burgers with ease. This first outlet will be the bedrock upon which we grow the brand in Singapore, and we look forward to more to come,” says Andrew Li, Chief Executive Officer of Zouk Group.
Five Guys is a family run burgers & fries joint offering a mouth-watering menu made from scratch. Five Guys has been a Washington, D.C. area favorite since 1986 when Jerry and Janie Murrell offered sage advice to three of the Murrell brothers: “Start a business or go to college.” The business route won and the Murrells opened a carry-out burger joint in Arlington, Virginia, USA. Under the guidance of Jerry and Janie, the little burger joint quickly developed a cult-like following. Customers voted the burger “#1” in the D.C. metro area.
During the 1980s and 1990s, the Murrells perfected their simple concept. Five Guys became The Place to get a fresh, juicy burger with all the toppings you could stuff between two fresh-baked buns. Two more brothers joined the team and as the family grew, so did the business. Early in 2003, Jerry and Janie, together with the “Five Guys”, began offering franchise opportunities. In just under 18 months, more than 300 units had been sold.
Now, decades after FIVE GUYS first opened, there are locations across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, with planned expansion into Australia, Africa, Central and South America. By maintaining a simple ethos, coupled with the highest quality, the Murrells continue to follow through on the vision they outlined in 1986.
Five Guys’ mission is to redefine the global burger landscape by focusing on freshness and quality. With no freezers and no microwaves, it is built on the premise that all burgers and fries are made fresh every day. The meat is a perfected 80/20 lean-to-fat ratio. Patties are hand-made seven days a week on site. The bread, which is Five Guys’ only proprietary item, is baked fresh five days a week in a locally contracted bakery. The same unique recipe is used globally. Potatoes are cut fresh daily, soaked to remove the starch and double-fried in pure, no cholesterol peanut oil to create the firm exterior and fluffy ‘mashed-potato’ interior that Five Guys fries are known for.
Following their succesful debut outlet at Jewel Changi Airport, Shake Shack is now preparing for their 2nd branch on Neil Road, targeting to open some time 1st quarter of year 2020.
Shake Shack is a modern day “roadside” burger stand known for its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, flat-top beef dogs (no hormones or antibiotics – ever), frozen custard, crinkle cut fries, craft beer and more.
With fresh, high-quality food at a great value, Shake Shack is a fun and lively community gathering place with widespread appeal.
A trailblazing takeaway concept by the dynamic team behind Omakase Burger and Picnic Food Park, Supergreek at Raffles City is a fast-casual eatery that aims to deliver the goodness and wholesome qualities of vibrant and delicious Greek cuisine in an affordable and accessible selection of thoughtfully- curated souvlaki grain bowls, pita wraps, and salads, designed for the modern palate and lifestyle.
Supergreek is also proud to make and serve its proprietary homemade authentic Greek yoghurt – possibly the first in Singapore, made daily through a process that spans 30 hours!
“Supergreek aims to obliterate the misconception that healthy, nutritious food is not just tasty, but incredibly tasty. Our goal is to provide nutrition-dense food that tastes so good that you will want to have it over and over again – three, four, maybe five times a week,” shares Cheng Hsin Yao, owner and founder of Supergreek.
With eight nourishing souvlaki grain bowls, customers can choose to enjoy these combinations within a traditional pita, or in a hearty salad. All grain bowls, salads and toasty pita wraps are assembled à la minute for maximum freshness.
Souvlaki (souv·la·ki·a) – the popular Greek street food of small pieces of meat or vegetables grilled on a skewer, is the highlight of Supergreek’s menu offerings. Supergreek’s modern spin on this Greek specialty consists of tender cuts of meat, fish and vegetarian options accentuated with quintessential herbs such as oregano and dill, as well as tomatoes, onions and Greek vinaigrette, then grilled, roasted, or steamed, but never fried.
“At Supergreek, we follow traditional Greek cuisine which is predominantly plant-based, and focused on lean meats, seafood and heart-healthy olive oil that is also fresh. Whether your diet is plant-based, keto, low carb, pescatarian, high-protein, or if you are just curious about eating better, we have some amazing options for you that will help you in your search for the holy grail of sustainable healthy eating: nutritious, delicious, affordable and repeatable.” Hsin Yao elaborates.
The first Nam Dae Mun flagship store in Singapore is set to open on Saturday, 30 November 2019, at 313@somerset, in the heart of Orchard Road for both local residents and international visitors.
The Shanghai-born brand now has over 300 stores across China, is apparently famous for their hour-long queues when it was first launched in 2016. Consumers are willing to queue for its traditional yet tasty Glutinous (sticky) rice cake and Osmanthus rice cake - which are freshly cooked and made from natural ingredients.
Named after Namdaemun, one of the Eight Gates in the Fortress Wall of Seoul in South Korea, the Korean-style rice cakes are chopped into small pieces after the dough is rolled out.
The local flagship store also offers Maoshan Durian Glutinous Mochi made with the AAA+ grade of Mao Shan Wang durian. Known for its rich and creamy taste, the delicacy can be enjoyed on its own, or paired with other popular offerings for a complete dining experience.
Ms Freya Wang, Executive Director of Herme Pte Ltd (Singapore master franchise) says, “We are honored and excited to open the first Nam Dae Mun global flagship store in Singapore. Besides the popular varied selection of korean-style rice cakes, consumers here will also be able to get their first taste of HERME's signature drinks and desserts”.
Kong Cafe on Dunearn Road will appeal to coffee nerds or just anyone looking for delicious bites and an aromatic cup of coffee. Throughout the day you will find happy people there, chatting away with friends or sitting silently with their heads buried in a book, or perhaps with a laptop.
At Kong Cafe, freshness is emphasized and almost everything served there is the creation and handiwork of Hanna Mi, the brainchild behind Kong Cafe. Yes she cooks her beef bulgogi, bakes brownies & lemon ricotta cakes and makes her spicy sauce and chutney. Their falafels which you find so nutty and clean-tasting? Well, Hanna makes them from scratch! And the chutney on the plates is homemade using fresh produce. The food is amazingly wholesome and delicious, and you will fill both your tummy and your soul when you dine at Kong Cafe.
The rainy season is here and Urban Smokeshack has prepared a special menu that is sure to warm up your appetite. Previously at located at Timbre+, the newly-relocated Urban Smokeshack serves up juicy, moorish and tender meats, all smoked for hours in-house.
Red Lips from Shanghai is now available at Jewel Changi Airport! A new age mala food concept using authentic hotpot base with more than 20 ingredients, secret spices, and specialty sauces, Red Lips creates a personalised hotpot bowl that is unique to you! Red Lips has seen long queues and expanded with over 40 outlets in China within five years of its establishment. It was a huge hit in China due to its quick service, affordability and customisable offerings that satisfies people of their crave for spiciness without spending hours in hotpot places.
Wildly popular in Australia, thanks to its customisable menu made from the freshest quality ingredients, Mad Mex has powered into Singapore with its first restaurant in Singapore that recently opened at Marina Bay Financial (MBFC) Tower 3.
With more than 70 locations now operating in Australia and New Zealand, the dedicated Mad Mex team has served up more than four million burritos across both countries in the last 12 months. The success of the group has spurred the new international expansion and coincides with Mad Mex’s new 2019 brand refresh and positioning, ‘Fresh Fuel For Life’, which places arevived focus on healthy living and supporting people in living life to the fullest.
The latest move comes after the owner of 4FINGERS bought a 50% stake in Mad Mex last year. The brand is looking forward to more openings in Singapore and Malaysia, where its arrival could fill a gap in the food industry with honest, healthy ‘fast food’.
With Mad Mex there is no ‘burrito-ing’ round the bush; only fresh, ethically-sourced ingredients are used in its food every day. So pure and simple, the recipes used are available online along with a nutritional calculator for full transparency into what customers are eating. Customary Mexican favourites – Burrito, Naked Burrito, Tacos, Nachos, Quesadilla, Grande MeltTM and Ensalada – are served and customers are encouraged to customise their meals according to their dietary requirements – anyone can eat at Mad Mex.
Founder and CEO Clovis Young of Mad Mex sums up the ingenuity of Mad Mex’s humble but revolutionary ethos, “I started Mad Mex in 2006, because I absolutely love Mexican food, and I wanted to share that love with all of Australia, and the world. I wanted my customers to get a fast meal with homemade quality, made entirely of real ingredients. That means the fewest preservatives, oils and sugars – while always big on taste. You should never have to choose between a quick meal and quality healthy food.”
With the closure of its flagship tze char eatery at Hillview Avenue in June this year leaving fans scrambling into the city for their New Ubin fix; an upscale restaurant in the city centre CHIJMES cluster and a hotel restaurant in Zhongshan Park didn’t feel quite the same. Plans were already set in motion by its proprietors, the Pang family, to find a new space that could house the brand’s signature tze char eatery concept. The components were unique to its plight – an amalgamation of years of moving around oft offbeat locations, most famous of which were its Sixth Avenue, Sin Ming Industrial Estate and its latest Hillview Avenue incarnations.
The formula is as bewildering as it is exact. An off-the-beaten-path location accessible at best by car, far flung from the city and tucked away into the forgotten crevices of Singapore. It’d count the likes of paint shops and auto- repair businesses as its neighbours, and its cuisine best enjoyed in a nondescript outdoor canteen setting that has no business serving choice rib-eye cuts, kaya toast on baguette with French butter, or premium Bordeaux in Riedel glasses – but do so anyway. Here, New Ubin’s brand of rustic roots and kampong essence, which it serves its ‘Truly Singaporean’ cuisine with, fares exceedingly.
Today, that recipe has been exacted to a tee, and with all previous moves, comes with its own set of upgrades. Located on the ground floor of Space@Tampines, a commercial property along Tampines Industrial Crescent flanked by furniture showrooms and inflatable air dancers, is the 5,700 square feet New Ubin Village. The proposition is a canteen cluster that houses seven stalls, three of which its own concepts—including its back-to- basics tze char eatery New Ubin Tampines and a brand new incubator stall programme, New Ubin Test Kitchen—all enabled with modern-day technologies that allow guests to order and make cashless payments directly from their table without having to call for a physical menu or bill. A third concept is currently underway and will be announced at a later date.
Havaianas flip-flops are the most popular in the world, with 200 million pairs being sold each year.
Launched in 1962, Havaianas, Portuguese for Hawaiians, are fashioned after classic Japanese Zori sandals. Pulling inspiration from the silhouette’s simple design and rice-straw soles, Havaianas flip-flops pay homage to the original concept with an inventive rice-texture footbed. Initially available in 8 color combinations, the brand has expanded to over 20 hues. Havaianas sandals are now available in limited-edition designs, bright patterns, and streamlined silhouettes, fueling the brands unprecedented cult following worldwide.
Specialising in interactive finger food with a twist, Shake Shake In A Tub serves their signature finger food items such as French Fries, Wings, Popcorn Chicken and Milkshake with customisable seasonal flavours.
Shake Shake In A Tub prides itself in every aspect of its premium product offering, with detailed attention placed on sourcing quality ingredients.
Reminiscent of Singaporeans’ love for dipping fries in ice-cream at fast food restaurants, Shake Shake In A Tub is a reminder of that childhood guilty pleasure. The extra large tub allows customers to mix seasoned flavours along with its all-natural soft serve.
Every dish will be freshly prepared a-la-minute to ensure that each piping hot portion will be coated evenly with every Shake Shake seasoning of choice. Tub sizes will range from small to extra large. The convenient serving style gives shoppers mobility to carry and share these piping hot snacks while window shopping or even catching a movie.
Shake Shake In A Tub provides the healthiest fried food possible by using a state-of-the-art fryer with oil that has earned a Healthier Choice Symbol from the Health Promotion Board.
Go crazy with their 8 flavour of fries! They are all handmade in-house tossed together with fried to perfection Shoestring fries.
After bringing in Tsuta, the world’s first one Michelin-starred ramen eatery, to Singapore and expanding the chain to 7 stores in 4 countries all under 2 years, businessman Brian Chua is hungry for more. Through Gourmet Food Holdings, an investment company which Brian founded, he is investing into Mrs Pho with the hopes of bringing the brand international.
The authentically humble pho restaurant operates on the tribute to its founder Hoang’s mother, grandmother and aunts, the women who selflessly feed their family out of love and whom he crowns as the best cooks. Mrs Pho serves up homemade communal style Vietnamese classics derived from Hoang’s family recipes, so they taste just like how his mother used to make them. All ingredients in their making are proudly sourced from Vietnam as well.
Growing up as a refugee in Australia, food was the string home to Hoang’s roots, the same one which he now hopes to share with the world through Mrs Pho. That is why everything continues to be made in-house, from the broth and sauces to its range of unique house-made drinks.
Their partnership has birthed the latest Mrs Pho outlet in VivoCity, Singapore’s largest retail and lifestyle destination. This outpost marks the first Mrs Pho in a shopping mall, the first of many more which Gourmet Food Holdings has set its sights on growing worldwide.
Two very special dishes were unveiled at the launch – an exclusive creation by the original Mrs Pho, as Hoang’s own mother is affectionately known, who graced the event with her presence for the opening. Mamma’s Chicken Ham are irresistible slices of minced chicken marinated with spices, steamed in in banana leaf and then fried for extra flavour. A traditional snack in Vietnam, its flavours explode with each bite especially when had with its special sweet and spicy dipping sauce, perfect to go with beer. They are also the perfect addition to the Moc Noodle Soup, a hearty clear noodle broth, sweetened with slices of fresh onion.
The rest of the meny features flavours of Hoang’s childhood with appetisers like the Mrs Pho Cockles that presents succulent cockles tossed in fragrant garlic and pork lard, as well as the Fresh Star Fruit and Beef Salad, where tender slices of beef is served with fresh star fruit for a zesty balance. The Grilled Lemongrass Beef Sticks is also a good contender with chunky beef marinated in lemongrass essence for a touch of freshness.
The must-order at Mrs Pho is the Special Beef Combo Pho, a warm, hearty bowl of silky flat rice noodles in a rich beef soup, accompanied generously by lean cuts of beef, beef balls, tripe and more. Crunchy beansprouts, mint leaves, sliced chilli and onion make it a meal that’s as balanced as it is heartwarming. The Hue Special Beef Noodle Soup also shines the spotlight on beef while the Mrs Pho Dry Noodle Combo allows you to savour the delicateness of the restaurant’s house-made noodles.
Wash it all down with house specialty drinks like refreshing Coconut Smoothie, Yoghurt Cooler and a popular Vietnamese favourite, the Saigon Salty Lemonade. For a sweet end, the Cream Caramel will seal things with a syrupy sweet kiss while the Avocado Smoothie wraps things up on a creamy note. As an option, you can also have the traditional Vietnamese drip coffee as an add-on to the smoothie for an extra buzz.
In Mrs Pho, Brian found authenticity and character of food served from the heart, and has chosen to invest and help expand the chain to international waters. Likewise, Hoang appreciates Chua’s sincere and fearless approach in taking a small ramen shop and bringing it to international success while maintaining its core qualities and hopes to see the same for Mrs. Pho.
This new outlet takes on a quirkier vibe true to Vietnam’s booming street art scene back home, featuring a graffiti wall by an upcoming Vietnamese artist for an interactive element. The dining area reflects your typical Vietnamese household with lanterns and bamboo beads. All furniture and fixtures are flown in from Vietnam, too, for a true feel of home.
A visit to Mrs Pho promises to transport diners to Hoang’s home and childhood, through the food, ambience and restaurant spirit.
Bali-based bakery Starter Lab has opened its first overseas branch in Singapore. Located on Havelock Road, Starter Lab is known for their American-style sourdough bread.
Founded by Emerson Manibo, who worked at NYC’s three Michelin-starred restaurant Per Se, Tartine Bakery and Della Fattoria, Starter Lab is known for its American-style sourdough bread. Customers can look forward to seven types of sourdough loaves at the bakery each day, priced between $12 and $18. The loaves are around 1 to 1.2kg and thus are value-for-money fresh bakes which will keep you going back for more.
Two Bakers is an artisanal bakery cafe that serves specialty coffees as well as bespoke French and American pastries that are lovingly handcrafted and baked fresh daily.
Inspired by time-honoured recipes, Two Bakers have created numerous best-sellers including a delightfully moist carrot cake, dainty éclairs with dark chocolate and salted caramel fillings, and Le Chocolat Noir, a beautifully-glazed mousse cake with hazelnut praline on a crispy feuilletine base. Specialising in artisanal 3D fondant cake artworks, Two Bakers are able to conceptualise, design and customise any cake of desire for that special occasion.
Using only French butter and top-notch ingredients for their pastries as well as good ol’ fresh cream whipped up from scratch, Two Bakers firmly believe in delivering high quality and authentic cuisine that is good for the soul.
In addition to their sweet desserts, Two Bakers also offer savoury fare on the menu including chunky beef stew that is fork-tender and immersed in a rich tomato broth, an Asian pulled-pork sandwich ala ‘Tau Yu Bak’, daily-special comfort soups as well as other specially curated recipes.
There is always a surprise on the menu which keeps Two Bakers’ customers coming back for more.
Lee Wee & Brothers’ brand-new concept called O’TAH, is a casual but modern 12-seater kiosk at Jewel Changi Airport’s food hall. Open 24/7, the concept is a departure from Lee Wee & Brothers’ traditional heritage, and offers an imaginative dining experience characterised by modern interior design, creative plating and packaging as well as innovative dishes.
Brace yourself for an otah revolution with The Coconut Collection, featuring flavours exclusive to Jewel. The chefs have put a new spin on the classic otah, embedding new treasures within minced mackerel that is marinated and mixed with a homemade spice paste. There are four offerings: Pink Salmon Otah, Scallop Otah, Cream Cheese & Corn Otah, and Green Petai & Anchovy Otah. The ingredients are wrapped in a pair of coconut leaves, which impart a tropical fragrance and sweetness, then grilled for a light smoky aroma. Each otah at O’TAH is handmade to ensure consistent quality.
At O’TAH, the traditional otah is also remade into various forms. O’TAH Fries are bound to delight both adults and children alike — hand-cut hunks of mackerel fish otah fries are accompanied with shoestring potato fries. Dip them into the lime and herb mayonnaise for maximum indulgence.
Ben’s Burger is a towering creation showcasing mackerel fish patty, tomato, purple cabbage, caramelised onion and sunny side up, all sandwiched between fluffy charcoal buns.
There is also the Pesto Salmon Nasi Lemak, a new take on Lee Wee & Brothers’ best-selling dish. The mackerel fish otah is paired with pesto salmon on a bed of fragrant coconut rice. Not forgetting the satisfying medley of omelette, potato croquette, anchovies, peanuts, purple cabbage, pickled vegetables and sambal chilli with a real kick!
Lalune Croissant at 313@Somerset is your choice for freshly-baked croissants and delectable bubble tea.
Locally owned, their menu is catered to best suit Singaporean’s preferred taste. Their croissants are made with the finest ingredients from Europe and only the best quality of ingredients are used for their bubble tea. Whether its breakfast, lunch or tea, they’ll have something for you.
Keds started designing sneakers for women in 1916 with a simple, yet chic take on canvas footwear. Their goal was and still is to empower women to be who they want to be and go where they want to go. Check out their newest store at VivoCity.
Founded in 1916, Keds redefined footwear with the introduction of the Champion sneaker. The iconic design was one of the first options to provide women with accessible, fashionable footwear and ignited a style revolution. For more than 100 years, Keds have been worn by iconic women such as Audrey Hepburn, Katharine Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Jackie O and Yoko Ono.
Celebrating its centennial year in 2016, Keds looks forward to another century of designing innovation collections, championing female empowerment and putting Ladies First.
Gyu & Tori at Paragon is a speciality purveyor of premium A4 Miyazaki Wagyu Beef and top-grade chickens that are reared without antibiotics or hormones.
Indulge in their Signature A4 Sukiyaki Beef Bowl and freshly roasted chickens with a choice of home-made sauce such as Spicy Piri-piri, Shoyu Teriyaki or Gourmet Gravy.
Their customers also love their Wagyu Burger, AUS Wagyu with Japanese Udon and the decadent A4 Katsu Sandwich which is a Wagyu fillet steak coated in breadcrumbs, deep-fried and paired with toasted milk bread and homemade Tonkatsu sauce.
Bringing you global barbecue inspired by different parts of the world; Nsquared Barbecue at Timbre+ is officially opening on Labour Day for dinner from 5pm onwards.
Be entertained with live music at Timbre+ every night. On the opening night of Nsquared Barbecue, Supersonic will be playing from 7.30pm onwards. Probably the best way to spend your public holiday, feasting on some barbecue and live music!
Marché Mövenpick is back at VivoCity with a fresh new look. Delight in delicious European cuisines set in a traditional Swiss village with original 500 years’ old Swiss mountain houses and cable car imported from Switzerland.
Enjoy traditional Swiss rösti, Spanish paella, German pork knuckle, French crepes (sweet & savoury), Italian pasta, pizzas, homemade soups, garden fresh salad and made-to-order Caesar salad, quality meat from the apple-wood grill and market-fresh seafood. See, smell and feel the non-stop fresh cooking right in front of you.
Quench your thirst with refreshing homemade lemonade, iced teas, premium hot coffee & specialty teas.
Molten Diners is a creative eatery that brings your favourite western classics, couples with unique sauces at value-for-money prices.
Their signatures include Katsu Curry Chicken Schnitzel ($13.90), "The Twist" Lava Golden Crispy Fish Fillet (made from real Twisties corn snack, $14.90), Pumpkin Salted Egg Golden Crispy Fish Fillet ($14.90), Karala Creamy White Pepper Chicken Steak ($13.90) and more.
Hideout By The Local Box serves local cuisine inspired by Asian flavours. Have a taste of their Gula Jawa Chendol, Dry Mee Tai Mak Laksa With Toasted Prawns, Har Cheong Gai Chicken Chop and more for that uniquely Hideout food experience.
Here is one for the east-siders. Ministry of Burgers at White Sands Shopping Centre was conceptualized to bring Malaysia’s famous ‘Ramly’ style burger concept / experience closer to the people in Singapore.
Travelling to Malaysia is a frequent family affair for many singapore families and many times it is never complete without having some ‘Ramly’ burgers, which are scrumptious & affordable burgers with rich Asian flavours.
Swing over to White Sands Shopping Centre to get your ‘burger therapy’, available all year long, with Monistry of Brugers' customised thick patties and special sauces.
You are assured of a ‘might in every bite’ at Ministry of Burgers.
Located on the ground floor of Capitol Piazza, guests can choose to sit indoors, within the main restaurant; outdoors, for a more alfresco feel, or at the mezzanine level for a bird’s eye view that’s perfect for people-watching during a light lunch.
Enjoy an assortment of sandwiches and salads or Berthold's fragrant coffee of German or Local blend. You can also shop a curated range of confectionery and pantry supplies from the deli.
Touting itself as the first Asian fast food joint in Singapore, Hawker's mission hits all the right spots – serving local favourites that are close to our hearts at affordable prices. Expect a quick, casual and fuss-free experience right in the heart of Marina Bay at its flagship unit at Esplanade's Annexe.
Launched by No Signboard Seafood group, Hawker offers a unique range of Singapore-themed burgers such as the ever-popular Chilli Crab, Nasi Lemak, Satay Chicken and Chicken Rice, all crafted by a team comprising a food scientist and creative chef.
International fashion lingerie label 6IXTY8IGHT is proud to announce the opening of its second and third stores in Singapore at Bugis Junction and Tampines 1 on 24 November and 1 December 2018 respectively, hot on the heels of the opening of its first boutique at VivoCity a mere four months ago, in July.
All local stores mark the first three boutiques for the brand in Southeast Asia. 6IXTY8IGHT’s rapid expansion in Singapore is testament to the overwhelming popularity of the brand’s signature fun, comfy loungewear and lingerie for young women at pocket-friendly prices, designed specifically for the Asian female figure.
At 340m2, the Bugis Junction store will be the largest for the brand in Singapore, with the Tampines 1 store following a close second at 270m2. Both retail stores will feature similar interiors, splashed in 6IXTY8IGHT’S signature pink hue that celebrates the spirit of the 6IXTY8IGHT girl: playful, cheeky and cool. Neon signs featuring fun confectionary-themed motifs and tongue-in-cheek quotes such as “We are serious about FUN” and “Sweet as Sugar, Hard as Ice” decorate the walls to create a cheerful and girly shopping ambience. Customers can look forward to the full range of lingerie, nightwear, loungewear, clothing and accessories at both stores, in addition to pockets of eye-catching spaces for that perfect selfie. Bubblegum pink fitting rooms with neon signs and furry seats at both locations complete this girly shopping paradise.
Founded in 2002, 6IXTY8IGHT is renowned for its fun and inspiring fashion and lingerie for young women. 6IXTY8IGHT is now one of the fastest growing fashion brands in Asia, with more than 160 stores across Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore and counting.
With an inviting name as such and warm service to boot, Fat Chap springs forth a playful vibe – a visual representation of the liveliness and jive of Asia. Situated within the lobby of Tower 4 at Suntec City, Fat Chap sees a myriad of mall-goers from tourists to families looking for an exciting new dive after their day of shopping.
Helmed by Indonesian-born Chef Selamat Susanto, the menu at Fat Chap is distinctively Asian, served with a hint of nostalgia. From chef's favourites like Balinese Pork Rib, Oxtail Soup and Asian flatbreads topped with a variety charcoal grilled meats, expect flavours that transport you to a recognisable time and place as you chow through the streets of Asia.
With a varied menu of multigrain bowls perfect for a hearty and healthy lunch; beers and cocktails for a weekday wind down; sharing platters from land and sea for the whole family to dig into during weekends; and something a little special for your special little ones – Fat Chap is approachable and unpretentious – a go-to place anytime of the week.
With more than 100 stores across Hong Kong, China, Macau, Taiwan and Korea, fashion brand 6IXTY8IGHT is all set to open their first store in Singapore this week.
Launched in 2002, 6IXTY8IGHT is renowned for fun and inspiring fashion and lingerie targeted at females aged between 15-30 years old. Young, fresh and full of attitude, 6IXTY8IGHT ladies love mix-and-matching their wardrobe, interpreting contemporary trends and styling their self-expressive looks with a casual-cool attitude.
Chix Hot Chicken is an American South inspired fried chicken shack that serves Nashville Style Hot Chicken and Southern Buttermilk Fried Chicken, with love. This new casual eatery is owned by 1st Singapore Idol winner, Taufik Batisah.
Other than Buttermilk Fried Chicken, one of their signatures is the Nashville Hot Chicken which is served with the world’s spiciest peppers!
The Nashville Hot Chicken is a Nashville specialty; fried chicken breaded & coated with spices, served with white bread & pickles.
How hot can you handle your chicken? Find out at Chix Hot Chicken.
Local coffee-roaster, Liberty Coffee, has set-up a new coffee bar and retail space at 387 Jalan Besar.
They also have a roastery on Mactaggart Road (by appointment only) and the roastery is fully-licensed by the AVA, allowing them to supply wholesale coffee to cafes, corporate offices, hotels and home brewers!
Liberty Coffee sources a wide range of beans – from single-origins for slow brews to extract their fine nuances, to coffees prized for the balance they bring to espresso blends. These coffees come from diverse regions, such as the Central America (e.g. Guatemala), Africa (e.g. Ethiopia, Kenya) and Asia (e.g. Indonesia). Through their quality products and delivering on their promises time after time, they are achieving their mission to elevate your coffee supply!
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.
Food For Tots is the newest concept of the Food For Thought group - a self-service kids café that aims to encourage a love for Good Food in children. Situated in Asia’s first garden dedicated to children, Food For Tots draws influences from Jacob Ballas Children’s Gardens’ mission to cultivate an appreciation for the natural environment.
Inspired by its location amidst a lush landscape of flora and fauna, their eco-conscious café features an upcycled colander light installation and a potted herb wall – all in alignment with the Gardens’ mission to instil a love of nature in visitors.
Food for Tots' intimate space also boasts an interactive play area and weekly programmes for the little ones, so let the children come and play while you indulge in our all-day brunch items for all the delicious reasons.
Located at Singapore Botanic Gardens' Tanglin Gate, Fusion Spoon is a casual self-service dining place for families and friends.
Visitors can enjoy a wide selection of affordable food and beverages from various cuisine choices such as Western, Asian and Japanese. There is also a waffle and Korean bingsu ice kiosk at Fusion Spoon, for those looking for a little treat after a day out at Singapore’s first UNESCO site!
The main indoor dining area with its warm earthy interiors and green wall brings nature into the restaurant, while the outdoor dining area brings diners closer to nature through an al fresco dining experience.
An indoor as well as an outdoor play area for kids are available plus a 'Harvest Corner', all providing little ones with fun-filled activities while parents dine.
Choose from hundreds of Superga trainers at their latest boutique at WestGate!
Born 1911 in Torino, Italy, under the stewardship of Walter Martiny, Superga started producing shoes with vulcanized rubber soles, ensuring both flexibility and durability, thereby redefining the humble trainer. The Classic Superga 2750 range has been an icon from the beginning. Long a favourite for taking Italians from the city to the beach during the weekends, its ubiquity demonstrates its versatility, and crucially, comfort— thus the slogan “People’s shoes of Italy”.
Within its 106 years of history, they have seen the iconic trainers being worn by the likes of John Lennon and Yoko Ono—on their wedding day, no less. A string of recent high-profile collaborations with The Row, Disney, Scotch & Soda, The Blonde Salad and Gosha Rubchinskiy has consequently seen the brand recognised as a staple to the fashion-savvy.
Yellow Cab Pizza Co. Singapore is to open on 9 December at Citylink Mall as a Filipino group sets out to take the pizza chain into the Little Red Dot.
Yellow Cab serves New York-style pizza with premium ingredients and generous toppings. But wait, what is New York-style pizza anyway? Unlike the pizza you’re used to, New York-style pizza is crisp and slightly charred in the bottom, dense and chewy in the middle, and slightly gooey on top. And that’s just the crust. Top it off with a generous serving of the freshest, highest-quality ingredients, and you get—simply put—great New York-style pizza.
Headquartered in New York City, Cole Haan is an iconic American lifestyle accessories brand and retailer of premium men’s and women’s footwear, bags and accessories with a commitment to craftsmanship, timeless style and design innovation.
The Cole Haan Outlet Store at IMM offers attractive discounts of up to 50% off all year round.
Serving the same approachable and simple food that has become synonymous with the brand, Privé is perfect for a quick breakfast or lunch during the work week or to luxuriate with the family on the weekends. At night, the colourful Boat Quay and stunning CBD skyline is the backdrop for post-work drinks or a hearty meal with friends and colleagues.
But perhaps the most distinctive part of Privé is the unique atmosphere and stunning views accorded to it by being right next to the Singapore River. No matter where you choose to sit, whether in air-conditioned comfort or at the breezy alfresco deck, waterfront views are never more than a few meters away.
If you are up for a casual place with fine dining delicacies drop by KINS, a modern fusion restaurant.
KINS is not an abbreviation. KINS is an expression of the brotherhood and special bond the 3 brothers shared with their parents. Founded by Desmond, Louis and Leslie, the brothers believed that the experience of dining with your loved ones is one that is truly unforgettable.
Check out the place to try out the chef's recommended dishes which includes the flavorful Tataki Tuna and Beef Carpaccio, the mouth-watering 4896 Porky, Apple Tortilla Tower, amongst others.
Especially catered for family get-togethers, the kid-friendly restaurant provides kids utensils and baby chairs for your little ones.
Kent & Curwen was established in 1926 by Eric Kent and Dorothy Curwen. The company first began as a manufacturer of military, club, and college repp ties that helped define 20th century British style. In the 1930s, Kent & Curwen introduced the iconic cricket sweater and went on to be the supplier to major sporting events and clubs even finding its way across the Atlantic to outfit the Hollywood Cricket Club and Palm Springs Racquet Club.
It wasn't long before such royals as the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Kent were seen sporting Kent & Curwen. More than fifty years after the brand's creation, the Three Lions Herald became Kent & Curwen's registered trademark.
An undeniable symbol of excellence used by King Richard, the logo made clear that the brand was as regal and distinguished as ever.
Hailing from South Africa, Nando’s is an award-winning casual dining restaurant chain blazing across the world with its Afro-Portuguese PERi-PERi Flame Grilled Chicken. Few who have tried Nando’s PERi-PERi Flame Grilled Chicken can deny the smoky allure of its juicy flesh, cooked to perfection and enlivened with the fiery heat of the flaming red spice – the African Bird’s Eye Chilli.
Here’s the secret to the Nando’s PERi-PERi chicken that has fans coming back over and over again – they are fresh, never frozen. The chickens are left to luxuriate for 24 hours in a secret marinade, butterfly-cut and flame grilled that shaves off excess fat from the bird while transforming the skin into a burnished crisp.
From the good folks at Unlisted Collection, LongPlay is a hip new bar and lounge that transports you back in time with their curated collection of vintage records, classic tipples and casual nibbles. Nestled between Haji Lane and Arab Street, LongPlay offers a cosy chill out where guests can indulge in old school aural pleasures and fresh nostalgia.
Named after phonograph records, LongPlay brings the groove into its enclave situated between Haji Lane and Arab Street. With its assortment of over 3000 vinyl-only titles in tow, audiophiles can expect records from the glorious eras of the 1950s to the 1970s spanning across genres such as Jazz, Motown, Blues and Glam-rock.
Featuring state of the art sound system such as turntables from Wilson Benesch, that deliver impressively rich yet neutral sonic performance, award-winning amplifiers from Jadis providing superb smoothness and highly accurate wide-dispersion speakers from ATC that brings out the best of vinyl. The lounge makes for a perfect space for music aficionados looking to immerse in the vinyl experience. Guests looking for something more upbeat can also stick by the bar. With the open concept kitchen and bar providing full view of the bartenders and staff in action, the bar makes for easy conversations between guests and staff.
The cocktails at LongPlay pay homage to iconic musicians and quintessential tracks from the past, with subtle and playful references in the garnishes or in the choice of spirit that best reflect the icon. A selection of craft beers, wines and spirits are also available on the drinks menu while fuss-free, flavourful bar snacks are available to satiate peckish demands.
To satiate peckish demands, LongPlay offers an approachable menu that serves up fuss-free yet flavourful bites while the cocktails pay homage to iconic musicians and quintessential song tracks from the past.
FYR Cycene Ond Drinc (pronounced as FIRE Kitchen And Drink) is the newest casual dining restaurant in central business district.
Against the backdrop of Chinatown’s historic allure, FYR promises an intriguing experience that harks back to a simpler time. Rustic décor and storied wall murals lend the restaurant a distinct olden-day charm. Even its moniker is as old as time — it is the etymology of fire. Fire is one of the most important elements in life, especially in cooking. They aim to peel back the layers of complexity to produce food that can bring you a lot of joy.
All of FYR’s cuisines and dishes are whipped up using the Josper Charcoal Oven. This culinary practice pays tribute to a time when food was cooked atop wood chunks and over a roaring fire. The chefs of FYR use lychee wood, which gives the dishes a wonderful smoky note that is tinged with sweetness.
FYR purveys an array of authentic, modern cuisines that perfectly captures the European culture. The chefs opt for herbs and spices found in the Southeast Asian region and use them to enliven the dishes. The dishes, varying from grilled meat to seafood, will be an instant hit with Singaporeans, who possess an inclination towards spicy food.
Some of the mainstays at FYR include: Baked Freshly-Shucked Oysters: noble sweet paprika, roasted garlic, chilli padi, spring onion and calamansi all lend a distinctive quality to the fresh and succulent oysters. Grain-fed US Holstein Cow Ribeye 365 Days: this glorious slab of ribeye, cooked to perfection, comes with house salad with java curry dressing and a choice of either buttered cassava or mashed potato.
Whole Maine Lobster: this gigantic lobster, sprawled across the plate, is bound to turn heads. The aroma of the shallot lemongrass béchamel will also waft through the air and whet appetites. Seafood Linguine: tossed with al dente pasta is a potpourri of seafood ingredients as well as lobster bisque, laksa leaves and Thai basil.
Wash these great cuisines down with FYR’s special concoctions. The Apple Rosemary is a delightful blend of fresh apple juice, fresh rosemary and infused lemon syrup. The tangy Lime and Mint is a mix of fresh lime, mint leaves and mint syrup, and will help to cleanse palates.
The Ginger Lemongrass, made with lemon tea, fresh ginger and lemongrass, will help to invigorate senses. The sweet Hibiscus Mint features hibiscus tea, fresh apple juice and infused mint syrup.
Another unique concoction that FYR offers is Grilled Fresh Fruit Juice – expect a rich and caramelized flavour as the bartenders grill the seasonal fruits before juicing. Merrymakers can also quaff the restaurant’s fine selection of red and white wines.
Named for being located in a laneway off the busy Tanjong Katong Road, The Laneway Market is a cosy eatery where you can come together and be merry whilst enjoying good food. The interior presents a welcoming atmosphere, with various wood accents to bring in a modern touch, ensuring an unpretentious and comfortable stay.
TLM is a full fledged cafe which serves everything from casual breakfasts to dinner mains, in addition to specialty coffee and in-house baked pastries.
Taking inspiration from different cuisines around the world and using different cooking techniques, they make the most simple tasting of foods turn out most satisfying. They aim to bring out the best in every ingredient and present dishes made up with flavors of the world. Everything here is made from the heart and guaranteed delicious.
The Napapijri journey starts in 1987 in the shadow of Europe’s highest peak, the Monte Bianco, where an Italian manufacturer of travel bags introduced a new sensibility to outdoor apparel, combining innovative materials with close attention to style.
Today, the premium casual wear brand looks back to the great expeditions of the last century and the intrepid explorers who transformed their lives into unique journeys that inspired mankind. Napapijri is a variation of the Finnish word for the Arctic Circle and the logo, half positive and half negative, expresses the North and South Poles in graphic form. The Norwegian flag is closely linked to the brand's DNA, representing Europe’s northernmost country, the birthplace of some of the great explorers of the 20th century as well as a land of extreme conditions and magnificent landscapes.
Savile Row is the world’s most iconic address for the best in bespoke tailoring and home to legendary Gieves & Hawkes – Royal Warrant holders to the British Royal family and furnishers to elegant gentlemen today.
Using the finest fabrics, highest quality design and production, Gieves & Hawkes take inspiration from a rich archive and history, creating modern classics from formal evening wear to suiting and through to casual wear.