Located at a prime location in Singapore’s Raffles Place, JustCo @ 20 Collyer Quay will welcome a multi-faceted co-working community and unique tenant mix to the commercial building.
This centre will enjoy a unique street frontage facing the busy Collyer Quay, and sheltered access to Raffles Place MRT. Occupying 16,800 sq ft across three levels and interconnected by an iconic stairway, members and tenants of the building can take advantage of the centre’s community areas such as café, lounge area and event spaces.
Highlights of the space include a meditation corner, snooze lounge and reading area situated at the basement. Members can also expect to benefit from JustCo’s diverse community and innovative environment through regularly curated events and networking sessions. Aesthetically, JustCo @ 20 Collyer Quay features bold and vivid colour tones, a sprawl of greenery and tropical elements, alongside wood flooring and furnishing.
A concept by Chef Rishi Naleendra and his wife Manuela Toniolo of the former Cheek by Jowl; Cheek Bistro on Boon Tat Street serves modern Australian fare - marrying the fresh, eclectic flavours of the cuisine style, with the comforting, hearty notes of bistro cooking.
Enjoy their à la carte menu which includes distinctively Cheek creations of Beef Tartare with Millet, Smoked Maple, Endives; Spanish Mackerel with Zucchini, Basil; and dessert of Goat's Cheese Parfait with Berries, White Chocolate.
Los Angeles' Barry's Bootcamp will hit Singapore with their fitness classes and more this May. Their flagship studio in Singapore is set to open at the new integrated development in Raffles Place area, 18 Robinson.
Their honest and no-nonsense workout program has attracted a legendary following of loyal enlistees, including many celebrities. It was designed around one simple goal- to create THE BEST WORKOUT IN THE WORLD!
Their class includes interval cardio on treadmills and strength training using free weights and traditional military exercises. Burning fat, tightening up the body and building muscle has never been easier…
Some people say they make the best craft beer in Vietnam. In fact, they’ve been rated the best Brewery in Vietnam by Ratebeer for the past 2 years. Enter the darkness in Singapore APRIL 2019 and decide for yourself...
Heart of Darkness Brewery on Tras Street is all about duality. Good and evil. Sane and insane. Big, bold, crafted brews that will challenge the way you think about beer. Thirst quenching, session beers that will have you bouncing off the walls. Hop bombs that will give you a kick-to-the-teeth, while still being balanced and delicious. Whatever your taste, they’ve got it….
Their taproom is a communal eating and drinking experience, built around a vibrant, passion-filled menu and their tasty brews. They’ll have 20 taps on-site with 10 tried-and-true flagships, and 10 rotator taps - there will always be something new to tickle your taste buds. They put a whole lot of love into every brew, and their relentless pursuit of quality means that they use only the finest ingredients from around the globe. They are prolific brewers - having brewed over 220 different styles of craft beer since we opened in October 2016. A hoppy twist to a porter? Easy. A 10% ABV, 70 IBU Pilsner?! True story. A 123 IBU Indian Pale Ale? Definitely! Each and every beer is brewed to the same amazing standard of quality. Every. Single. Time. It’s their brewers’ mastery of balancing hops, malts, and yeasts that ensures quality and consistency.
There at Heart of Darkness, they’re all about the good life... Great food, even better beers and amazing service. Like their Facebook page to find out more about when they're opening... It won't be long now!!!
Get ready for the resurgence of The Dragon Chamber, now better than before. Hidden behind a fridge at a Circular Road local coffeeshop (kopitiam), this speakeasy restaurant and bar marks a new partnership between Ebb and Flow Group and Tung Lok Group. The 45-seater is helmed by Ebb and Flow Group Creative Director Norman Hartono and Operations Director Pio Subramaniam, who have spent a great amount of time finding a new location to house The Dragon Chamber. The Dragon Chamber was previously hidden within Lokkee at Plaza Singapura.
"Dragon Chamber is for people who are looking for an adventure around every corner and want to push the boundaries of traditions and Chinese food. We focus on embodying the rebellious spirit of creation rather than just making food that sells," said Norman Hartono, Creative Director of Ebb and Flow Group.
The Dragon Chamber is more than just a Chinese restaurant where guests come to dine and then leave. Right off the bat, it offers an immersive experience; one that’s filled with intrigue. Arrive at the unassuming kopitiam and enter The Dragon Chamber through the glass fridge door; you must decide if you dare to make the perilous journey into an otherworldly realm.
Once you have made the bold decision to do so, you will be plunged into a world that is reminiscent of Chinatown gambling dens and secret society hangouts. The walls are covered with artworks from local and regional artists such as Sabotage, Mister Tucks and Riandy Karuniawan, referencing past and recent Chinese traditions.
The Dragon Chamber is for diners who are looking for a culinary adventure at every turn. Dare to step into a restaurant that pushes the boundaries and traditions of Chinese cuisine. Overseeing the kitchen team is Chef Wong Meng Ooi. The 36 -year-old started his love affair with the culinary arts from an early age, and has over 20 years of experience under his belt.
Slated to open on 1st April at this new location, the “secret society” restaurant will offer access to a 32-seater kopitiam as well as a full-fledged 12-seater bar that opens till late. The kopitiam will serve breakfast and lunch, offering classics such as wanton mee, toast and the aromatic kopi.
A must-try from the kopitiam is the Singaporean classic wanton mee, which comes in two versions, dry or soup. Flavourful minced pork meat is wrapped within silky smooth dumpling skin before being poached to plumpness and served with springy thin noodles. To complete the dish, diners may choose to add on their noodles with char siew or roasted chicken.
Drawing inspiration from the multi-faceted flavours of Asia, the fresh and innovative bar is giving classic concoctions an Asian makeover. The intoxicatingly imaginative oriental cocktails served pay nostalgic homage to traditional ingredients used in Asian cooking such as tea, Chinese five spice and gula melaka. All syrups and infused liqueur are thoughtfully curated and made in house.
Need somewhere quiet and spacious for group gatherings? Rendezvous at their private dining area, which seats 24 guests, or the VVIP area, which holds up to 12 guests.
Nearly a decade after first bringing French classics to Singapore at their original location at Duxton Hill, L’Entrecôte The Steak & Fries Bistro has now opened at Customs House, overlooking the stunning Marina Bay!
L’Entrecôte focuses on the season’s best steak paired with unlimited crispy, golden fries, accompanied by a fresh green salad with mustard dressing and walnuts. This winning formula is only complete with their secret sauce, poured generously over the trimmed and tender slices of steak.
The singular main course on the menu is complemented by a wide array of starters and 15 kinds of desserts. Choose from starters like the traditional French Escargots de Bourgogne (6 snails prepared with parsley butter and garlic) and delectable desserts like the crowdâpleasing Old Fashioned Crème Caramel with a traditional almond tuille.
An all-day dining venue situated at the crossroads of Telok Ayer district, 51 Soho lends itself perfectly as a space for both work and play. Their offerings evolve through the hours, and reflects their human-oriented approach.
In short, 51 Soho encompasses all that is needed in a day for work and play.
An airy light-filled space framed by alfresco-facing ceiling-high windows facing the hustle and bustle of 51 Soho's central downtown location; a stylish full-fledged coffee and cocktail bar full of character in both its form and beverages; thoughtful menus that progress to support hour-to-hour culinary requirements; and that modern-day essential, complimentary high-speed wifi – these are the foundation for the new heart of this vibrant neighbourhood.
51 Soho is designed to foster a social experience. The goal is that you feel that you’ve found the place and the people that you’ve always been searching for.
Natural materials such as brick and wood dominate the interiors vis-à-vis the walls, the bar and the furniture; black steel panels add an urban edge. Up-close observation reveals a delightful and highly Instagram-mable surprise: the patterns alternate between geometrical inspirations to charming cut-outs of birds, teapots and cups.
At 51 Soho, whether you need a quick lunch alone or to entertain a 10-person group of drinkers, the space and staff are quick to respond to your needs.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and all the hours in between: the menus of 51 Soho seamlessly meets the ever-changing culinary requirements you might have in a day.
Breakfast options are easy and delicious. The Breakfast Overnight Oats ($9.90) rich with berries and other seasonal fruits or a fresh-baked Croissant with Ham and Cheese and Scrambled Eggs ($10.90) satisfy a lighter appetite whilst those who believe in eating like an emperor in the mornings would be delighted with options like the Big Breakfast, ($14.90) a platter which includes sausage, hash browns, pan-fried tomatoes, sunny side-ups and an English muffin with marmalade.
Lunch at 51 Soho is a study in how to elevate the one-bowl meals. Fulfilling the community’s needs for speed, taste and wholesome nutrition, a vast plethora of carefully prepared options – protein and carbohydrate, toppings and add-ons – allow for creative customisation of the meal according to individual constitution and needs.
51 Soho’s dinner menu is a development of the motif tying the breakfast and lunch menus – the familiar is elevated with premium ingredients, thoughtful preparation, and a witty, tongue-in-cheek hat-tip to local culinary preferences.
The golden sunlight that gilds the custom-built bar running almost the entire length of the space brings out yet another fact of 51 Soho. Drinkers will find their attention especially commandeered by the cocktails.
A beautiful list of classics, with a twist, is available but it’s the five 51 Soho Specials that will linger in the memory. Original recipes one and all, the Specials are nonetheless rooted in meticulous research and development. Resounding especially strongly was the history of punch drinks and shooters (or shots) – their celebratory nature; the flexibility of the basic recipes; and the stories – apocryphal or not! – that surround them. In fact, both Difford’s and Vice notes that historically, punch was the drink of choice for high society.
The 51 Soho Specials are a contemporary materialisation of cross-cultural references. Chinese rice wine, plum wine and bamboo wine form the base of the Specials. These, each with its own centuries-old heritage and character, have long since been lost to the serious drinker.
Minka is a Japanese restaurant specialising in Kaisendon (seafood rice bowl) for lunch hours and Sushi Omakase for dinner hours. (for dinner).
Located at Oxley Tower and currently in their soft launch phase, Minka's patrons can look forward to trying their succulent sashimi rice bowls or meticulously-prepared sushi offered during different times of the day.
Wanderlost Lounge offers bespoke non-alcoholic cocktails and a selection of lava rock grilled food options. 40 meters above ground, the rooftop lounge has a beautifully furnished interior and patrons can look forward to fantastic views of Tanjong Pagar.
It takes some determination and grit to locate Wanderlost Lounge. You can drop at 15 Enggor Street. You will arrive at this building called Realty Centre. To enter, go to the back of this building by crossing the grass patch to find the back entrance via Bernam Street. You’ll spot a car park entrance. Now, make your way up the slope (don't forget to say hello to the friendly uncle who's on bouncer duty) and you’ll find an elevator. Take the elevator up to 11th floor and then take 1 floor up the stairs to reach Wanderlost Lounge. So now that you have this information, go wander and get lost!
Here is one for the gin lovers. beGIN at Boat Quay offers a range of over 50 gins from around the globe. They have paired their drinks with a seasonal menu of contemporary British Indian small plates. Head over to discover their bespoke drinks soon!
Find serenity and holistic wellness with Pure Yoga's newest studio! Located on the 9th floor of Republic Plaza, the studio has an unobstructed cityscape view of the Central Business District and is just a 1-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT.
The spacious 13,000 sq ft outlet will offer over 130 classes per week, coupled with a retail store, a Nood Food cafe and more.
About the new studio:
4 spacious yoga studios including wall rope and aerial yoga equipment
Private Yoga studio for a personalised practice
Changing area, rainforest shower, spin dryer, complimentary towels and toiletries
Large chill-out lounge with complimentary Wi-Fi and magazines
The Monarchy Cocktail Bar & Ultra Lounge at 56 / 58 Tras Street offer a long-awaited, permanent and spiritual home for the wildly popular Monarchy nights that were acclaimed for playing host to both Royalty and celebrities alike on the rooftop of OUE Bayfront. The Monarchy is the brainchild of nightlife veterans, Robbie Hoyes-Cock, the CEO & Founder of the world's most glamourous Formula 1 weekend after-parties The Podium Lounge; and Steve Yallop, former Executive Director of Pangaea at Marina Bay Sands, who have been organising star-studded high society club nights in Singapore since 2005.
Set in a heritage shophouse spread over 3,600 square feet in the heart of the CBD, this quintessentially British cocktail bar exudes understated luxury and bears a distinctly regal theme, celebrating the Royal Houses of Normandy to Lancaster and Tudors to the Windsors.
Helmed by General Manager Rob Scott, former Group Beverage Director of Burnt Ends, Meatsmith & Rogue Trader, The Monarchy offers a carefully curated menu of timeless cocktails through the ages, and will introduce a new cocktail list quarterly, enabling guests to take multiple journeys through the history of Great Britain's most popular tastes and tipples of the day.
The opening cocktail list “Cool Britannia” is named in celebration of the modern, outward-facing Britain of the 1990s and the period of increased pride in the giddy cultural fantasia of the United Kingdom – the name itself a pun on the title of one of Britain's most patriotic songs, ''Rule Brittania''.
In a tip of the hat to Britain’s constitutional monarchy, guests enter the premises through a front door that is identical to the iconic home of the British Prime Minister, 10 Downing Street.
On weekends and eve of public holidays from 10pm, as the night builds up and the lights go down, the music starts pulsing and The Monarchy’s dazzling ultra lounge space comes alive as the entire venue transforms into one club. A hidden door at the end of the 8 metre long cocktail bar swings open to reveal a dark and intimate boudoir lined with leather Chesterfields and dancing platforms, where guests can party with the best house music DJs and live celebrity acts.
The 7 VIP tables named after British icons: Sir Winston Churchill, Dame Helen Mirren, Audrey Heburn, Amy Winehouse, George Michael, John Lennon and Hugh Grant; provide a home-away-from-home for those who crave a more sophisticated and private, late-night experience.
The Monarchy has brought together what is possibly the best bar team in Singapore, bringing unprecedented experience from many of the island's most acclaimed venues: 28 HongKong St, Employees Only, 1880, Lulu's, Pangaea and The Cufflink Club to name a few.
The Royal Jesters look forward to entertaining you at The Monarchy soon. God Save The Queen!
Operated by Salt Media & Entertainment in collaboration with CapitaLand, Salt Media @ Capital Tower is an auditorium by day and movie theatre by night.
Professionally equipped with audio-visual system, Salt Media @ Capital Tower can hold up to 230 people in its comfortable tiered seats. Salt Media @ Capital Tower is the perfect venue for lifestyle events such as movie screenings, performances, meet & greet sessions and more!
The cinema will operate a cashless system. Ticket sales are online only, at www.SaltTheatres.com, with no sales at the door.
From the group that brought you Sum Yi Tai, Mona Lounge, and Eliza, Coterie Concepts launches the third character of their narrative, Chi Kinjo, a Modern Sushi Bar and Highball Den. Set in the memory of a time in Kyoto when chaos was the mandate and danger was foretold, Chi Kinjo is an intimate yet lively Sushi & Izakaya restaurant and basement bar where promises are made and secrets are kept.
The new Modern-Sushi Restaurant offers guests contemporary Japanese Cuisine with a carefully curated menu that showcases creativity, ingenuity and sophistication. Coterie Concepts Co-founder Tay Eu-Yen said: "We wanted to bring creative modern sushi and quality ingredients into a casual space. Chi Kinjo, with its informal setting, offers an alternative to fine dining without compromising on culinary standards."
Helmed by Chef Lamley Chua, who brings a lifetime of experience working in International and Michelin Star restaurants such as LP+Tetsu, divides the menu into five distinct sections; Starters, Maki, Aburi Nigiri, Hot Small Plates and Hot Big Plates. The menu challenges what guests already know about Japanese cuisine and pushes the boundaries between traditional and modern, eastern and western.
The Bushido code is a Japanese code of conduct that is embodied by samurai, and is a sacred set of virtues that Chef Lamley lives by. His craft is defined by tremendous respect for tradition and maintaining the integrity of ingredients. He elevates a time-old cuisine with contemporary flavours to suit the modern palate. The delicate balance of flavours showcases the complexity of each dish and his thoughtfulness. To honour the integrity of each ingredient, he only uses the highest quality of ingredients to derive the purest taste, which can only be achieved by exercising consciousness in the sourcing of these ingredients. By taking the time to understand the work that goes into quality produce, Chef Lamley ensures that nothing goes to waste.
All Coterie Concepts’ outlets are interconnected by a narrative, stay tuned for the next part of the story. In the meantime, you can read more about all their establishments here.
At Cultures Specialty Coffee, they seek to create an unique experience where everyone is able to come together to share and enjoy the specialty coffee made with passion by their dedicated team for you.
They don't just brew good cups of coffee, patrons can also look forward to their speciallyprepared donburis too!
Garcha’s at Six Senses Maxwell is a beautifully appointed Jacques Garcia designed room with club chairs, cocktail tables and bar seating - the quintessential spirits bar to drop by before a meal at Murray Terrace Brasserie or to treat oneself to an after-dinner spirit or liqueur.
Boasting an impressive collection of spirits, Garcha’s tempts with a stunning selection of small batch and artisanal whiskeys, tequilas, gins, rums and vodkas. Straight drinks can be poured from drinks trolleys tableside by bartenders in a relaxing setting with a modern mix of classic jazz, blues and acid jazz funk music playing in the background.
Their all-day menu offers seasonally-inspired fare including the best grass-fed meat, sustainable seafood, organic poultry and vegetarian dishes, created with health & wellness in mind and complemented by a wine list that celebrates the great regions of the world. The brasserie is open throughout the day.
CYC, Singapore's Heritage Tailor, has opened their tailoring concept store at The Fullerton Hotel.
Established in 1935, this family-run tailor is one of Singapore’s oldest and best tailors. It counts among its clientele political and business leaders, including Singapore’s first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew.
Since then, CYC has been on a constant journey of reinvention - on top of offering top-of-the-line tailoring service, CYC's tailoring concept store at The Fullerton Hotel features adjustable 'selfie-friendly' fitting room lighting, and a range of casual and formal off-the-rack shirts.
CYC @ Fullerton also stocks a curated range of premium men's accessories from independent labels such as Azthom and Stefano Cau. The range includes imported designer cufflinks, silk ties and pocket squares.
Also available are CYC's recently launched Disney shirt collection, and CYC's Marvel's Avengers shirts. These are original and official collaborations with Disney.
Little Caesars Pizza, proudly serving delicious products since 1959 has now arrived in Singapore. Tantalise your taste buds with the variety of flavours and if you're in a hurry? Not to worry! Get a delicious Hot-N-Ready. No waiting time.
Helmed by chef Kenji Okumura, Teppan Kappou Kenji is a modern Japanese diner where diners can indulge in a multi-course menu in Kappou-style with premium and exclusive ingredients sourced directly from Japan.
Using only the freshest and finest ingredients of the season, Chef Kenji Okumura’s creatively intriguing menu includes his signature teppanyaki dishes. Apart from exquisitely prepared sushi, sashimi, sukiyaki, hotpot, the highlight is the Omakase dining experience which not only dips below the usual $200 bracket but can be personalized. Instead of being entirely “up to the chef”, Chef Kenji Okumura offers a customized “Omakase” experience to cater to his guests’ taste preferences. Despite the exceptional quality of ingredients, Teppan Kappou Kenji has made every attempt to keep dining affordable with Omakase that starts at $150. While the modest, kappou-style cuisine is offered in three fixed menus for dinner; Hana, Kiri, Aoi ranging from $60 to $120, the Omakase set lunch treat starts from a digestible S$50.
Trained in the art of Kaiseki by master chefs in Japan, Chef Okumura’s menu pays homage to the artistic tradition where each dish is crafted to breathtaking perfection. Now, with Teppan Kappou (counter seating) Kenji, he hopes to introduce a new Japanese gourmet experience - one that is steeped in the sophisticated nuances of this fine Japanese multi-course meal but presented in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere. Chef Okumura says the concept of the restaurant will allow him “to showcase his versatility in using premium seasonal ingredients prepared to the diner’s preference and presented through an interactive dining experience.”
Ernst & Young's EY wavespace™ in Singapore will help companies innovate and transform their businesses for growth opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region.
Located at 77 Robinsons Road, the Singapore center is one of 18 flagship EY wavespace centers worldwide and it seamlessly connects with other flagships to enable global collaboration across the wavespace centers.
EY wavespace in Singapore focuses on the disruptive technologies of intelligent automation, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain and robotic process automation, among other digital capabilities. The center seeks to combine EY insights in disruptive technologies with deep industry domain knowledge and market experience. Read more about this new innovation centre here.
Right in the middle of Singapore’s business district, 360 Lounge is a modern oasis tucked away on the 20th floor of Oxley Tower. 360 Lounge features an elegant yet striking monochromatic layout combining retro and futuristic themes, complete with plush seats, booming beats & gorgeous visuals. Enter a bold new world when stepping into 360 Lounge.
One of the radical entertainment design in this cosmopolitan city with specially customised optical sculptures, wall graphic murals & kinetic hanging lights system will definitely makes you feel lively after a long day at work.
360 Lounge is steadily becoming an entertainment hotspot within the heart of the city; featuring the most renowned DJs in the region as well as new upcoming talents. Every week promises cool vibes and fresh new sounds, giving you a different experience whenever you step into 360. They’re constantly switching it up to keep patrons intrigued!
Mozzarella fans, its time to celebrate. Italy’s famed Mozzarella Osteria & Bar, The Mast’, is opening its doors at Frasers Tower this November! The Mast’ of Mozzarella & Co. in Singapore is the brand’s first outpost in Southeast Asia.
First launched in Rome in 2015, The Mast’ means cheese master when translated from a southern Italian dialect.
The venue features an open kitchen and cheese laboratory where guests can feast they eyes on the production, hand-stretching and shaping of its famed Mozzarella, Burrata and Stracciatella cheeses which are made in-house daily!
Besides buffalo cheese that is made fresh daily, their menu also features a selection of Crostini, Panino (Ciabatta sandwiches) and Pinse (Flat pizza bread) that are prepared from original recipes and only with the best Italian ingredients.
Located on the ground floor of the soon-to-open Six Senses Maxwell and lined with lush tropical foliage is Cook & Tras, a social library restaurant & bar influenced by heritage Straits cuisine.
This establishment will feature a specially curated book collection designed by the UK’s Ultimate Library. Known for their dedication to building bespoke book collections for hotels and private residences around the world, they have put together a storied collection of titles that reflect the local neighborhood as well as volumes on subjects such as wellness, meditation, nutrition, herbal medicine, natural history, climate change and sustainability.
Designed by famed French designer Jacques Garcia (think NoMad New York), the plush décor of Cook & Tras creates a warmly intimate atmosphere set in a fully curated social library, with richly textured custom-designed furnishings.
Open throughout the day for light breakfasts and an all-day “small-plates for sharing” menu, the venue also has a bespoke cocktail programme on offer.
Melding Singapore’s rich heritage and European tradition, Six Senses Maxwell debuts on December 1, 2018 as the second landmark urban property in the Six Senses collection of hotels, following the Six Senses Duxton opening in April. Both hotels occupy historical buildings in Chinatown’s Tanjong Pagar district and each radiates its own distinct personality and charm, while reflecting the neighborhood’s past as a trading center and current status as a vibrant downtown cultural enclave.
Housed in a colonial-style 19th century heritage building, the 138-room Six Senses Maxwell will feature a historically significant Indentures Collection. These comprise vintage land transaction documents that offer a fascinating glimpse into the development of Singapore and the Straits Settlements in the 1800s and early 1900s. The collection represents an historical “paper trail” tracing modern Singapore’s evolution from its beginnings as a swampy, untamed trading port established by Stamford Raffles and William Farquhar for the East India Company to its time under the British Crown, and finally its emergence as an independent nation in 1965.
This rich sense of intertwined Asian and European history is tastefully imbued in Six Senses Maxwell’s warm and stylish interior, fashioned by the famed designer Jacques Garcia with alluring touches in burnished timber finishes and lightened up with elegant paintwork.
“Our Six Senses Maxwell property brings alive and celebrates the heritage and traditions of Singapore’s past, while reflecting a warm European influence and personality,” says General Manager Murray Aitken. “Guests here and at Six Senses Duxton not only have the opportunity to utilize facilities at both properties, they will also be able to truly appreciate the cultural and historical backdrop that makes these experiences special and true to the local culture.”
Keeping with local customs, Six Senses Maxwell will also be home to a traditional ice cream tricycle where complimentary Singaporean Ice Cream Sandwiches will be served by an “Uncle” (a respectful term of address for an elder male in Singapore) to hotel guests. Made of a slab of ice cream wrapped up in a slice of rainbow- colored bread, these longstanding local favorites come in a variety of flavors, ranging from chocolate, mint and mango, to more unique twists such as sweet corn, durian and red bean, all made using only organic and sustainably sourced ingredients. In line with Six Senses’ sustainability practices, the ice cream tricycle will use a solar-powered generator to keep the ice cream sandwiches refrigerated.
Six Senses Maxwell features five spa pods, each with an ensuite bathroom, where you can unwind with a selection of holistic wellness and beauty treatments administered under the guidance of expert therapists and visiting practitioners. There is also a relaxation room and an outdoor rooftop lap pool with a sundeck, bar and lounge area. Next to the lap pool, a modern gym features cardio equipment, weights machines and functional training elements where guests can enjoy fun workouts at all levels.
A Special Opening Offer is available for direct bookings online via sixsenses.com. Guests can enjoy a 15 percent savings on the Best Available Rate and the offer includes daily breakfast for 2 people, a guaranteed room upgrade and a signature cocktail for 2 persons. *Terms & Conditions apply.
Hong Kong-based co-working outfit Campfire Collaborative Spaces announced that it has leased all 16 floors at 139 Cecil Street and is creating a multi-industry focused hub at this address.
The site is currently an 11-storey building undergoing major renovation to add five more floors, which Campfire said includes a roof terrace with an "industry-first sky pool, rooftop bar, outdoor dining area and cabanas" for members.
Upon completion in the third quarter of 2019, its 85,000 square feet of space will make it Campfire's largest site globally. Campfire was founded two and a half years ago, and now has 20 co-working sites across four countries occupying over 580,000 sq ft.
Located in the heart of the central business district at Frasers Tower; Preludio is a new contemporary restaurant that aims to present a fresh perspective on fine dining, where embracing a culture of constant change and innovation helps ignite the spirit of creativity and betterment.
Instead of focusing on dishes from a certain geographical region, Preludio adventures into the territory known as “Author’s Cuisine.”
The menu, inspired by themed chapters, will always remain audacious and proudly experimental, yet familiar. The entire guest experience will change according to themes chosen by Executive Chef Fernando Arévalo. Much like a couture house that launches a new collection every season, Preludio will release a new chapter every 12 to 18 months. Thus the creativity and boldness of Preludio’s artists will remain constantly challenged, while at the same time maintaining the finest quality in each and every dish.
For its debut, Preludio will open with “Monochrome”, where the restaurant will be inspired in black and white. The team approached the theme of monochrome with a sense of liberation instead of limitation. Imagining in this concept provoked them to explore and invent new definitions of black and white, brainstorming with a spiritedness that materialised freely.
Born in Bogotá, Colombia, Chef Fernando Arévalo graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City, and began his career in Michelin- starred kitchens alongside iconic culinary artists Daniel Boulud, Bill Telepan and Mario Batali. For the past 6 years, he has been based in Singapore, heading the kitchens of Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse and Artemis Grill.
Ambitious, creative and driven, he is ready to set on his own path as the head of Preludio’s impassioned and adventurous team.
Preludio will welcome guests on 8 November and is currently open for reservations.
In celebration of the firm’s 77th anniversary, KPMG in Singapore recently unveiled its revamped staff lounge – the KPMG Clubhouse – as an emblem to redefine the future of work and enhance their staff experience through innovation and technology.
Prominently located on the first floor of City House in the Central Business District area and occupying over 5,000 square feet, the KPMG Clubhouse first opened its doors in 2011 to give KPMG staff a place that they could chill in, catch up with colleagues and friends, host client meetings and work in a comfortable and collaborative manner.
Taking into consideration how today’s employees, in particular, the millennial generation prefer to work, the firm undertook a four-month renovation of the KPMG Clubhouse, with the intent to redesign the facility such that it sits at the forefront of technology, functionality and design. Read more about the clubhouse here.
The Other Roof at Ann Siang Road presents a worldwide new concept of tea-finished spirits & cocktails, all deriving from bespoke tea spirits.
With over 400 different spirits all tea-finished, The Other Roof is currently the first and only place in the world, where all the different spirits are created in-house by the art of finishing by the trained hands of its team led by Dario Knox.
The Other Roof is very proud that apart from serving delightful libations, to be also serving great food all day long
âWhether you are looking for a bit of Iberico Ham or a great Sirloin Steak, The Other Roof is your answer.
Their kitchen stays open every day from 4:30pm to 12am.
Pandora’s Garden, a newly-opened rooftop garden bar located at the courtyard of Ann Siang House is dedicated to serving rosé wines. Housing the most comprehensive collection of rosé wines in Singapore, it hopes to precipitate the rising popularity of this sophisticated yet often misunderstood pink style of wine.
Pandora’s Garden is a hidden gem designed around an ancient Frangipani tree with roots that run deep under Ann Siang House. When night falls, a retractable roof opens up like a box and twinkling fairy lights are turned on to create a magical effect that inspired the name Pandora’s Garden.
Basque Country is a region that straddles the westernmost Pyrenees in adjacent parts of northern Spain and southwestern France.
Welcome to Basque Kitchen by Aitor where Chef Aitor presents a slice of his heritage. Expect reinterpreted Basque dishes that reflect Chef Aitor’s personality, in warm and welcoming surroundings, with Spanish wines aplenty.
Chef Gabriel Fratini is back with his latest restaurant, Solo Ristorante at Amoy Street. Chef Fratini previously ran Domvs Restaurant in Sheratons Towers.
This new intimate dining place features an open kitchen which takes up half of the front of the space, fronted by a row of counter seats where diners can watch the chef in action. The back of the restaurant is divided into 2 areas with table seating, one of which can be closed up to form a private room.
The restaurant is intimate and the menu is also simple.
For lunch, diners can get a three-course set at $38 that comprises assorted appetisers, pasta and dessert. For $58, patrons cal also get a main of either fish or meat. The actual dishes are not listed, as they depend on what the chef has to create the dishes with on the day.
Platinum Fitness is the newest 24/7 fitness club in Singapore. Stay fit even in the midst of your busy lifestyle and hectic work schedules.
Train with Platinum Fitness and exercise in a luxurious environment whenever you want, within the budget you can afford - without the pressure of signing up for personal training.
Platinum Fitness pride themselves at being an affordable luxury. they offer the best environment, equipment and service, at a price you can’t beat.
Platinum Fitness is the best-in-class 24-hour fitness studio for people of all fitness levels -- people who are ready to achieve their fitness goals in a luxurious, inviting and clean environment, all without breaking the bank.
Discover the Cuban milieu at Cuba Libre Café & Bar, Frasers Tower. Savour contemporary Latin American cuisine with a healthier approach and a wide selection of mojitos (some of the best in Singapore).
Since the first Cuba Libre Café & Bar opened in 2006, it adds fun and energetic vibes to Singapore’s scene. The new edition of Café and Bar brings Cuba Libre’s vibrant energy to Frasers Tower. Bright colours interior, rustic vibes, and eclectic quirks, the venue manifests a modern twist of Cuba.
The new concept focuses more on its kitchen, serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner for the Tanjong Pagar locale. Added repertoire to the menu offerings include smoothies, eggs and avocados on toasts, pastries, sandwiches, desserts and late-night snack bar. With influences from the Caribbean islands that surround it, as well as Spain, France, Portugal, Asia and Africa, Cuba Libre’s new menu is packed with an excellent source of nutrients.
Maggie Joan’s cuisine has flair & finesse and is unremitting in its quest for artisanal flavours.
The restaurant is named after the 2 grandmothers of co-owner Daniel Ballis because it seeks to embody the women’s big-hearted stance on good food and social bonding that makes it warmly appealing to a contemporary audience.
The Sampan is helmed by former Ku De Ta Bali General Manager, Steve Collinson who has over two decades of restaurant experience. Following his dreams of creating a Pan Asian restaurant in Singapore, The Sampan is nestled among restaurants and the riverside of Boat Quay.
Highly influenced by the cuisine and restaurants in Asia, The Sampan is an inspired interpretation of their favourite Asian eating experiences. Classic dishes are revised and some new favourites born, all perfectly paired with a daring beverage menu that will have you coming back for more.
The Sampan also plays an eclectic soulful soundtrack by former Ku De Ta Bali’s DJ Jim Breeze to keep you partying throughout the night.
BEAT X Studio is founded by two Singapore national swimmers – Joel Tan (Sports Personality & Entrepreneur) and Leslie Kwok (Olympian, Model & Entrepreneur). They have more than 20 years of combined competitive training experience with world-class coaches.
BEAT X Studio has 3 thematic studios with 4 fitness concepts (REBOUNDING | HYBRID CIRCUIT | BOX | RIDE). Join Singapore's hottest hybrid workout at BBOUNCE & BEATX Studio today!
BEAT X fitness sessions = Sweat. Their founders created the original Hybrid Rebounding at BBOUNCE Studio and kept evolving to create classes that switch things up. Their classes sculpt every muscle, burn major calories and sometimes help you get in touch with your inner badass! With new routines, your body keeps learning, burning, evolving and you stay sharp.
Their characteristic intensity ‘shocks’ your body and makes sure things do not get boring and your body keeps burning calories. Their bodies adapt to routines quickly and start reaching plateaus, aka it no longer burn calories the same way. Hence Beat X was created to help you beat your own limits.
At Pita Tree Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar, they are serious about making quality healthy food for their patrons at friendly prices. No frills, no GST, no service charge, just great value for a delicious & wholesome Mediterranean meal.
They use underrated superfood to supercharge your food with nutrient-packed ingredients like sumac berries, barberries, tahini, olive oil, pomegranate, yoghurt and of course, saffron!
Their noodles are made fresh daily from three ingredients: Flour, Eggs & Salt. They are cut fresh and tossed in wicked sauces. You should (& you will) slurp it like you mean it. Their dumplings have the perfect ratio of juice & bite.
A New Evolution: Osteria Art at Market is Now Art.
Art Restaurant is an elegant, newly-rebranded Italian restaurant and bar with contemporary Italian cuisine helmed by Michelin-star Chef-Restaurateur Beppe De Vito and Chef De Cuisine Andrea de Paola. The produce-driven menu indulges diners in a refined, personal journey of Beppe’s culinary inspiration and innovation, and takes diners on a gastronomic anthology filled with culinary stories that take you through seasons, flavours and stories.
The 80-seater dining destination, decked in fire engine red leather seats and lighted by handmade brass sconces, showcases the story of Italian culinary craftsmanship at its finest through high-quality cuisine, luxury design, and world-class service standards.
Another exciting soon-to-open establishment by Coterie Concepts; Eliza is a Modern Asian Bar & Cocktail Club at Telok Ayer Street, offering live Pop Jazz & energetic DJ sets while serving Shanghai dishes.
So, who is Eliza?
Eliza is the daughter of a very powerful man. She once turned her back on the family in pursuit of freedom, fashion & jazz. Now, in an unexpected bid to snag her share of the family’s business from her stepmother, Mona (better known as Sum Yi Tai), Eliza has returned.
Watch their Facebook page for news on when Eliza's inaugural party will be.
Classic cocktails, craftsmanship and precision. Named after the double-coned measuring device used by bartenders to accurately pour out liquid, Jigger & Pony in Amara Singapore is a tribute to the 19th-century, when cocktail recipes were listed in "jiggers" and "ponies".
Home to classic cocktails and fresh interpretations of the same, Jigger & Pony caters to both the informed as well as the freshly acquainted cocktail drinker.
Jigger & Pony is especially great for groups, with crowd favourites like the Punch Bowl being absolutely ideal for a large party of friends. This is unquestionably a place where memories are made.
Just a stone’s throw from the CBD, among the townhouses, is Singapore's latest and the most stunning addition to The Hive's Asian coworking network - The Hive Carpenter. Occupying the whole of the gleaming new Carpenter Haus tower - a six-storey, glass-fronted structure with truly spectacular views of the city.
The Hive is Asia’s widest network of coworking spaces, where a community of entrepreneurs, start-up’s, and creatives businesses strive. Currently, they have locations in Hong Kong, Saigon, Singapore and Bangkok.
Their spaces are beautifully designed and they offer range of hot desks and stylish private offices to rent flexibly by the week, month or year. They combine their wonderful interiors, in the heart of this hugely popular district, with a laid-back garden terrace.
By joining The Hive, you become part of a vibrant community of like-minded and inspiring people. The Hive membership will also include access to all of The Hive events across all locations, making it perfect to grow new connections, form collaborations and for the creative community to get together.
That’s why they are more than a record store, cafe or a bar. They are a space for gigs, workshops, screenings and talks, too — they strive to connect the music community, bringing them together and providing them with the resources, knowledge and opportunities to create, curate and perform.
Ocha Fresh Thai in Frasers Tower serves tasty, quality Thai food that is sure to satisy the taste buds of everday foodies.
âFounded by a Thai-born & Singapore-based creative director; Ocha Fresh Thai uses quality ingredients cooked the traditional way, rich full flavours from authentic spices and their very own curry pastes and sauces. They take no shortcuts and never add MSG in their cooking.
The Obelisk is a newly-launched kitchen & bar concept with a menu that changes every 4 months. Currently, they feature local-European fusion food with a bespoke cocktail menu inspired by local flavours, made to pair with their dishes.
Located along Tanjong Pagar Road and just a few minutes away from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, The Obelisk offers fusion creations like Bak Chor Mee scotch egg, Chili Crab patty with steamed Chinese buns, topped with fried corn & smoked mayo and many more.
18 Robinson will be a single commercial development designed by the internationally-acclaimed Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and Architects61. The proposed redevelopment site shall have an approximate area of 20,000 sqm of commercial space.
The new building will feature high-ceiling, Grade-A office space, a retail podium with shaped urban plaza at the entrance of the building, food and beverage spaces looking into the atrium and roof gardens, retail outlets which will be highly visible from Robinson Road and Market Street, and urban windows revealing interior functions to the street.
The new building, when completed in 2018, will offer a towering presence three times the height of its predecessor and is expected to contribute positively to the skyline of the Central Business District in Singapore. The new building shall have energy and water saving features aimed at achieving Green GoldPlus standards, thus reflecting Tuan Sing’s green and sustainability efforts. The Group expects a recurring income stream from the rental proceeds once the new building is completed.
New gelato haven, Dopa Dopa Creamery will offer flavours like Green Tea Toasted Rice, Hojicha, Home Roasted Pistachio, Speculoos with Lotus Biscuit and more when they officially open from 20 August. Not forgetting to mention their sorbet flavours like Watermelon Mint Sorbet and Apple Ginger Sorbet, which are perfect to help us with the hot weather.
Other than conventional biscuit cone, they can also serve your gelato on a crispy croissant, drizzled with their homemade hazelnut sauce.
Brace yourself for some seriously good beef and make time for a good don. The folks behind sake gastrobar Kabuke have launched Tokidon, a new lifestyle F&B concept where its signature gourmet beef bowls take centerstage.
Decked out in neon lights that play off deeper shades of blue and purple, Tokidon’s interiors pay tribute to the easy, electrifying energy of nightfall in a cosmopolitan city. Coupled with great music, exciting artist collaborations and merchandise, it invites diners for a well-deserved break from the weekly grind to relish in good food and fun.
Tokidon fuses traditional Japanese recipes with contemporary flavours in its repertoire of five main beef bowls – Gyu Don ($11.90), Truffle Tenderloin Don ($15.90), Wagyu Sukiyaki Don ($17.90), Truffle Wagyu Don ($23.90) and Wagyu Misozuke Don ($23.90), as well as the Salmon Cha Soba ($16.90). The beef bowls feature only the best Grade 6 Wagyu slices and Grade 9 Sukiyaki Wagyu and all cuts are prepared medium rare for optimum enjoyment.
Kipos Gourmet serves you the freshest ingredients and equips you to create the protein bowl of your dreams. With a wide selection of healthy proteins, wholesome greens and tasty grains there's a bowl to be made for every diet and every person. They keep most of their food in its raw and natural state, free of frying, barbecuing or any other unhealthy cooking processes. In fact, the only cooking practice they engage in is sous vide. They refrain from using any added oils, sugar, salt or preservatives so you can ensure you are genuinely enjoying a healthy meal without guilt, regret or worry.
They are big on green efforts too, strongly believe in minimizing their carbon footprint in the world. All cutlery and disposable-wear dispensed at Kipos Gourmet are 100% biodegradable and/or recyclable. Even their plastics are bioplastics and are carbon neutral. Their teas, served in recyclable glass Mason jars, are also 100% organic and sourced from plantations that are Rainforest Alliance and Ethical Tea Partnership certified. That way they ensure there is no slave labor involved in their purchasing chain.
They also aim to give back to the community and have designed attractive and reusable tote bags for their customers to purchase with their meals. All proceeds of this will be donated to a nominated local charity.
Located along Duxton Hill, the 28-seater Rizu offers some of the best Japanese food representations using the finest and freshest ingredients. One of their signatures is the Ikedukuri – live seafood sashimi.
Treat yourself to Rizu's must-try creations like Botanebi Sushi, Special Kaisendon, Botan Ebi, Crunchy Spicy Tuna Rolls and so much more.
Kinou is a restaurant plus mixology bar and the cool new kid in Tras Street. Swing by and try their ceviches, tartares, meats, platters, wine, cocktails.
Named after the founder's mother, Kinou is more than a restaurant — it’s a concept, a place to share moments, food, and drinks.
Their customizable private room, Karousel, is cleverly designed with a massive round table that serves as an adjustable central element. It's one space for multiple purposes: vernissages, product launches, business meetings, cocktails, private dinners.
Cosy whisky bar The Cooperage on Hong Kong Street has more than 200 whiskies to offer. They believe in providing good, affordable whiskies. It’s their way of sharing the whisky they love with everyone.
Other an extensive beverage menu, patrons can look forward to their food selection too. Duck Confit with Truffle Mash & Orange Sauce, Spicy Prawn & Scallop Aglio Olio and many more delectable dishes are available too for The Cooperage's patrons' dining pleasure.
Head down to the newly-launched Spagtacular in South Bridge Road to savour a hot bowl of fusion pasta.
Rich tomato meat sauce seasoned with garlic and onions and finished with a splash of wine-laced pasta: their Traditional Bolognese Pasta will be sure to entice the senses and leave your taste buds craving for more.
The Keep & Commune in South Bridge Road is where East meets West & Day meets Night. This newly-opened dual-concept establishment features fusion tapas by night and is a cafe by day.
The Keep and Commune is an East meets West tapas and small batch cocktails concept focussed on fresh locally sourced and home grown ingredients. Food is complimented by a global roster of craft beer, fine wine and boutique spirits.
Commune focuses on the elemental: single origin and custom blend coffee, local produce and fresh herbs grown in-house to provide a clean start to your day. Must-trys include their piadinas, Singapore Club Sandwich and well portioned pasta (gluten-free options available) and rice bowls to fuel you for the day ahead.
Located at The Sail @ Marina Bay, Porters Restaurant & Bar is a newly-opened casual dining place that offers a pleasant experience with their menu featuring a variety of delicious Modern European dishes with an Asian touch.
On the menu: Portobello Mushroom With Truffle Chantilly Cream, Pan Seared Foie Gras, Porters Crab Meat Croquette, Papilotte Sea Bass, Char Grilled Kurobuta Pork Chop and more.
Relish the goodness of kurozu, masterfully brewed in Kagoshima using techniques since the Edo era. Kakuida’s is the best place to visit if you are looking for Japanese black vinegar in Singapore.
Aside from providing kurozu at its purest form, you can reap the benefits of Kurozu through Kakuida’s signature kurozu-infused desserts such as kurozu doughnuts, kurozu lemon tea and even kurozu soft-serve ice cream.
Kurozu, or "Black vinegar", is a wonder-food that has been perfected with 200 years of traditional brewing since the Edo period. Known for its mellow and earthy taste, it is widely consumed in Japan for health and beauty reasons.
Nestled in the iconic Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall, Sinfonia Ristorante strives to deliver a fine dining experience that is accessible for all gourmands. Sinfonia Ristorante seeks to be the home where eating is always a pleasure, with quality seasonal ingredients as the basis of good cuisine. Indulge in a multi-sensorial dining experience within the majestic space, adorned with elegant decor, impressive high ceilings and Corinthian columns.
With over 18 years of experience under his belt, Chef Simone Depalmas helms the culinary team of Sinfonia Ristorante. He acquired his hard-won culinary expertise while working as an executive chef in renowned hotels and restaurants. Chef Simone is a passionate advocate of using the best quality seasonal ingredients. He believes that simple dishes can be sophisticated and refined, by harnessing the natural flavours with creative culinary techniques and a keen attention to detail. Led by Chef Simone, the restaurant showcases the best ingredients with innovative culinary creations that feature balanced textures and contrasting flavours.
Bonjour! The charming & well-received Merci Marcel in Tiong Bahru has recently established their second branch at Club Street.
The new branch which also has Parisian inspired décor, boasts a space of 1,250 sq ft.
On the menu: T-bone New Zealand Black Angus wth oven baked potatoes and thick crème fraiche homemade Béarnaise sauce ($69), Duck Parmentier façon Marcel ($26) – a duck confit dish, Hokkaido Scallop Carpaccio ($29) and more.
Dancevault has opened a signature dance & fitness hybrid studio right in the heart of the Central Business District at Raffles Place.
Spanning 8,000 sq ft of space, Dancevault Raffles' 3 spacious studios feature state of the art AV systems, first in Asia cutting edge equipment, designer facilities, branded amenities, a roster of the best known and established instructors and the widest variety of dance & fitness classes ever compiled within a single venue.
Dance and Fitness classes include Hip Hop, K-Pop, Burlesque, Urban Funk, Jazz, Pop and Contemporary dance, total body conditioning Bungee Workouts, Myofascial Release classes, Weight Loss and Fitness Bootcamps, Personal Training options, Zumba branded programs, plus a full suite of internationally acclaimed Les Mills fitness programs. And for the first time in Singapore, they shall be introducing Vertical Workout and Ninja Warrior Training programs.
In addition to the dance and fitness studios, Dancevault has installed a fully appointed Functional Fitness gym at the Raffles venue where 2 brand new and exciting fitness programs will be introduced for the very first time in Singapore.
Riding on the popularity of the Bungee Workout which was introduced at their East Coast studio last year, VERTICAL WORKOUT will have participants bouncing, tumbling and somersaulting off an elasticized canvas wall, assisted and ensuring safety with the help of professional rock climbing harnesses and ropes. The Vertical Workout incorporates elements of gymnastics and parkour, and it trains both total body conditioning and core fitness, as well as agility, balance and an inner confidence and courage.
2. NINJA WARRIOR TRAINING
The Functional Fitness gym also houses their latest fitness jewel – a MoveStrong Nova XL Ninja Warrior arch bridge – for their NINJA WARRIOR TRAINING programs. Imported directly from the USA, this facility is designed to replicate actual obstacles participants are challenged to complete in the hugely popular Ninja Warrior Challenge series seen on TV all over the world.
Relive the glamour of 1980s Hong Kong at Mona Lounge.
Paying tribute to the hedonistic era of 1980s Hong Kong, Sum Yi Tai (meaning “Third Wife” in Cantonese) offers modernised Chinese dining without losing the soul of classic Cantonese dishes. Mona Lounge is Sum Yi Tai’s back-room cocktail lounge, located on the second floor of the shophouse, where the lounge’s matriarch Mona invites her friends to be unencumbered from the watchful eyes of onlookers, imbibe dangerously on cocktails and soak in jazzy Chinese tunes.
The intimate space transports guests to the glamourous period of 1980s Hong Kong with mahjong tables and cosy leather seats. Their modernised Asian cocktail menu combines the expertise of Head Bartender Byron Tan and Group Chief Bartender Sam Wong and tells the story of Mona through glimpses into her past.
Mona Lounge invites guests over from Monday to Saturday, from 6 pm to 1 am. Access can be requested at Sum Yi Tai, where guests can ask to see Mona and be presented with a unique code for a locked door that leads to Mona Lounge.
Guccio, representing the surname – and hence, the origins of Chef Marco - will offer Executive Chef Marco Guccio’s culinary philosophy: an Italian fine dining cuisine journey, from a home-made, hearty cuisine to a global fine dining success.
While using top ingredients is not unique per se, Marco’s signature cooking style is: in his cuisine, the core ingredient becomes the main actor in the opera. Each dish has one ingredient at the center of the flavor experience. While the presentations are at times a contrast of colorful and complex textures, Marco’s dishes create a balance of supporting flavors, similar to how supporting artists dance in harmony, in the background of the leading act.
This philosophy is pushed to its boundaries at Guccio, with critics sometimes claiming that a blindfolded customer would always be able to recognize the chief ingredients in the dish she is eating. This style won chef Marco a Bib Gourmand from the prestigious Michelin Star Guide for two years in a row, in 2016 and 2017.
Chef Marco welcomes you to his restaurant. Its décor is, once again, balanced and aims to be comfortable, while remaining in the background. At Guccio, customers will be at the center of the experience, with the colors and design elements to balance the surroundings.
In the background of Marco’s main culinary signature style, Guccio will further differentiate itself by taking its diners onto a seasonal journey across the various regions of Italy, their fertile lands and their precious seas. At regular intervals, aligned with the four seasons of Europe, chef Marco will explore regional ingredients and recipes associated to each season, a unique opportunity to visit Italy even when 10,000 km away from it.
Marco’s creation will be paired by the best Italian wine labels available. As for the culinary ingredients, Guccio will not focus so much on education about new ingredients or unknow brands, but on outright enjoyment of the best that Italy has to offer.
The team behind entertainment consultancy, A Phat Cat Collective, will launch its latest concept, NINETEEN80 at the end of June. A nostalgic tribute to all things 80s, the retro-themed arcade bar marks the group’s first brick and mortar location.
Located in the heart of Tanjong Pagar, NINETEEN80 provides a throwback to the old school days with a selection of retro arcade games, nostalgic cocktails and a line-up of classic funky favourites from some of Singapore’s top DJs. It will be the perfect space for those looking for an evening drink or to bop the night away to a collection of favourite anthems. Refer to their Facebook page for more information.
Founded in September 2017, A Phat Cat Collective is an Entertainment Consultancy based in Singapore, specialising in curating unique concepts, programmes, events and marketing that thrive within the F&B and Nightlife community, by entertainment stalwarts with over 40 years of cumulative experience in some of the city’s most prominent institutions.
Milligram is part of Cherry Beans Coffee which is Australia’s leading specialty coffeehouse chain. Thier brand aims to create a premium coffee culture for their enthusiasts in Australia and worldwide.
Through their new ambition, Milligram serves their 100% Arabica blend, comprised of three certified organic coffees. Milligram has also created their own menu to deliver the most delicious and fresh organic coffee and organic food at a reasonable price. Their “Health Conscious” recipes suit the dietary needs and tastes of anyone who wants stunningly delicious meals.
Built on the foundations of Cherry Beans Coffee, Milligram is truly one of a kind. One that creates a contemporary eco-friendly space for coffee and food enthusiasts, helping them make healthier and organic lifestyle choices.
Tipple And Dram at 24 Ann Siang Road serves the best of both worlds - exquisite wines on the street level, as well as luxury whiskies in the basement. Tipple And Dram is the perfect new spot for the connoisseur in you!
Tipple And Dram is home to an assorted and appealing collection of wines and an exciting array of vodkas, gins, rums, champagnes, beers and whiskies picked from various countries and regions.
The drinking experience is well complemented with delectable bar bites and dishes that will keep you going back for more.
Famous Australian brewing company, Little Creatures, has opened its brewpub in Singapore on Club Street and is proud to be a part of Singapore's burgeoning craft beer scene.
Singapore is Little Creatures' second international outpost and brewpub. The first one opened in Hong Kong close to 2 years ago.
So take a stroll down Mohamed Ali Lane and discover great beer, yummy food from their curated menu & a historic venue brimming with atmosphere.
Brewed freshly on site, Little Creatures always has something to welcome a beer newbie or satisfy a serious hop head. From their Year Round range to Seasonal Releases and Single Batches, they've got you covered, no matter what time of the year.
Integrating smart technology to provide members with comprehensive office solutions within their corporate ecosystem from level 1 to 7 of Republic Plaza at Raffles Place, Distrii innovates the way businesses interact with office spaces, resources and applications. Via the intuitive Distrii App, they empower you to run your business with everything at your fingertips, from facilitating daily operational activities to complementing business networking, equipping you with the convenience you never had before.
Located at heart of Central Business District (CBD), Distrii Singapore’s 60,000 sq ft of workspace @ Republic Plaza is directly connected to Raffles Place MRT Station. With a wide array of workspace options – collaborative spaces, private office to tailored-made Team Space within their coworking environment that encompasses of lifestyle amenities, they welcome all like-minded individuals and organizations to vibe off each other to produce stunning work there with them.
Hans Im Glück, the much celebrated German gourmet burger chain is taking centre stage in Raffles Place, Republic Plaza with its newly-opened double-storey flagship burgergrill. Based on a contemporary modern dining concept, the new restaurant combines the artistry of gourmet burgers, cocktail mixology, sophisticated interiors and continuous reinvention through seasonal specials.
The restaurant’s forte in innovative gourmet burger recipes is paired with a calming into-the-woods design aesthetic that pays homage to Germany’s nature. Set to ‘bring the forest into the city’, the two storey restaurant spans across 7,000 sq ft. with 350 indoor and alfresco seats.
Decked with handmade birdhouses, custom made wooden dining tables, handcrafted tableware, the restaurant makes for an impressive setting for a business lunch and after hours entertaining.
Step outside and enjoy the terraces for catching the sun during lunch or sipping on a German draft beer in the evening breeze. On the second floor, group diners will enjoy the experience of eating inside one-of-a-kind Hütte house constructions amidst the awe-inspiring birch tree trunks that stretch up to the 9-meter high ceiling.
Hans Im Glück at Raffles Place marks the opening of their second burgergrill in Singapore. Their first restaurant in Singapore at Orchard Road is very well-received. You can read about it here.
Hans Im Glück’s burger patties are crafted using 100% premium grain fed beef and only those with a balanced marbling of 20% fat are used. Patties are then grilled to perfection with their juices locked in. Popular menu choices include beef, chicken, vegan and vegetarian favourites like HANS IM GLÜCK, BIRKENWALD, HENNE, KUTSCHER & WOHLFEIN. Those wishing for a healthier option can opt for the "naked burger" which comes dressed in extra salad.
Qi - House of Sichuan, the one-Michelin-starred Sichuan Restaurant in Hong Kong is now also available in Singapore, serving contemporary Sichuan dishes at Marina Bay Financial Centre.
Qi has been awarded the One Michelin Star for three consecutive years since 2016, it has created a modern interpretation of traditional and authentic Sichuan dishes that reflect the “seven flavours of Sichuan” (spicy, aromatic, sweet, bitter, sour, peppery, and salty). A wide spectrum of intense flavours can be experienced at Qi.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Clermont Singapore is situated in the country’s latest landmark development, which will include Singapore’s tallest building, standing at 290m.
Located in the Central Business District, the hotel will sit above the Tanjong Pagar MRT station, and is part of a large-scale integrated development designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill. The hotel is an emblem of Singapore’s global confidence as a cultural and trading centre. It attracts world leaders and business travellers to this dynamic district with its contemporary design and cutting-edge business technology.