Fried chicken lovers, have you heard? Hailing from the land of vibrant street food culture, Taiwan’s famous fried chicken brand Monga is opening its first-ever outlet at JEM in Singapore this September.
The Taiwanese fried chicken chain got its name from the Wanhua district of Taiwan, which is traditionally known as “Monga”. The vibrant neighbourhood is Taipei’s oldest district and also home to the bustling Snake Alley night market. Combined with the fact that the fried chicken fillet is the best-known snack of Taiwan, Monga was established to promote the culture of Taiwan's delicacy. The brand is created by Nono, a well-known Taiwanese artiste and comedian known for his charm and quick wit. Together with Mingdao Liu, king of Taiwanese Fried Chicken, they created Monga Fried Chicken.
Established in Taiwan, the brand boasts over 45 outlets in its home country and has even ventured to Canada, the U.S.A, the U.K., Philippines and Malaysia.
Prepared exactly the way they do over Taiwan, Monga’s distinction is defined by its trusted recipe and its extra-thick chicken fillets. Every piece is precisely sliced into a thick slice with a minimum of 2cm. This ensures that the chicken fillet remains firm and satisfyingly juicy even after being deep-fried. To distinguish itself further, Monga uses honey instead of granulated sugar to marinate the chicken meat. The amylase in honey helps to tenderise the meat and elevates the taste of the chicken fillet.
Monga prides itself for its ‘Golden Ratio’ of flour to meat born out of a lot of thought, months of hard work and repeated modifications. Each fillet is coated with the optimum amount of flour before being double-fried to give it its characteristic crust-like crunch with no greasiness.
Every piece is made fresh and served piping hot! Expect three different flavours of fried chicken fillet in Singapore, The King, which is dusted with original salt and pepper seasoning; Hot Chick, which is dusted with chilli paprika powder hand-made from Anaheim peppers; and The Taiker, which is dusted with Japanese sauce and seaweed powder imported from Okinawa. To complete the set with a drink and/or fries, choose from different combo upgrades available.
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.
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.
The Loco Group opens new fast-casual Mexican spit-roasted chicken joint, Chico Loco in the heart of the Central Business District.
Located on Amoy Street in the buzzy Telok Ayer area, Chico Loco is here to buck the eat clean trend, and shake up what it means to eat healthy. Food can be a deliciously dirty four-letter word, and the Mexican chicken joint is here to dish out dirty healthy plates. Fresh, guilt-free comfort food that is irrevocably good for body and soul, and irresistible fare that chars, drips, smokes and sizzles.
Forget eating clean. Chico Loco is here to serve up food worth getting dirty for.
Grab some napkins and get ready to devour some seriously good chicken at Chico Loco, where the birds are always antibiotic-free, hormone-free, cage-free and organic-fed.
Before the chickens go on the spit, Chico Loco brines them for 10 hours in an umami solution featuring a touch of agave nectar. The chickens are then basted with a secret house blend of 11 herbs and spices including quintessentially Mexican ingredients like achiote, dried oregano and mustard powder for bold splashes of flavour. Over the course of an hour, the chickens are roasted before a naked flame for a luscious, smoky finish. The result? Moist, fork-tender chicken that is as tasty as it is healthy.
The Loco Group Pte Ltd owns and manages Chico Loco, Lucha Loco and Super Loco. The four partnersJulian Tan, Christian Tan (aka “The Tan Brothers”), Ajay Parag and Chef Jason Jones have also recently launched their own hot sauce, tequila and craft beer range.
Established in 1960 as a food stall specialising in Hainanese chicken rice in the Pratunam district of Bangkok, Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam quickly gained popularity among locals. Today, the brand is synonymous with the area, and in 2018 and 2019, the popular eatery was awarded a prestigious Michelin Bib Gourmand Award in the Bangkok edition of Michelin Guide.
At Go-Ang Pratunam, Singaporeans can indulge in aromatic chicken and rice dishes, soups, their signature braised pork and homemade chilli sauce. There are also vegetables, fish side dish options and desserts, creating the familiar communal dining experience synonymous with Singapore.
Founded in 1960, Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam is a popular joint in Bangkok serving up a Thai version of Hainanese chicken rice. Their first overseas outpost is now open in Singapore at NEX and rebranded here as Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice.
This casual eatery was among those that received the Michelin Bib Gourmand award in the city’s inaugural Michelin Guide edition last year.
In their homeland, Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam is located near Bangkok’s popular shopping haven, the Pratunam District and is is very popular among tourists.
Haikee Brothers is where old meets new. The brand traces its beginnings back to Hainan Island, where founder Mr Wong Si Han hails from. In 1959, he came to Singapore to start a family and started selling his signature soy sauce chicken rice at then Upper Cross Street.
Over time, that humble bullock cart named ‘Haikee’ grew in favour with its patrons and has been around ever since. Today, the fort is held by siblings Joseph and James Wong, who are 3rd generation owners of the business. The brothers are committed to keep Haikee’s flavours true, even as they continually explore fresh culinary ideas.
Haikee Brothers serves up a blend of familiar flavours with contemporary twists; concocting an experience set to whet appetites. From classic delights to modern recipes, the delectable range that Haikee Brothers has to offer is sure to suit palates of all ages.
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.
MYO Restobar at Oxley Tower serves classic home-style Cantonese dishes and dim sum. Also not forgetting Kia Hiang's famous claypot chicken, as this 120-seater restaurant is a new culinary venture by Kia Hiang Restaurant.
They aim to delight generations with delicious and innovative dim sum and Chinese wok dishes in a comfortable setting. They promise a mouth-watering experience through they uncompromising value and quality of their dishes, driven by their passionate and dedicated team.
On the menu; the signature Kia Hiang Claypot Spring Chicken, Tangy Orange Braised Pork Ribs with mantou, Angus Ribeye Cubes with garlic and broccoli, Steamed Siu Mai with conpoy & black truffle, Gold Foil Dumplings w/assorted mushrooms and many more.
At Bonchon, you will find the best ‘hometown’ super crispy yet non-greasy original Korean fried chicken cooked to perfection. Their new outlet is now at the lively, vibrant riverbank stretch of Boat Quay. Enjoy a scenic lookout while indulging in their signature wings.
Bonchon is “my hometown” in Korean, and is a global Korean comfort food restaurant brand that originated from South Korea in 2002. Founder and owner Mr. Jinduk Seo spent years perfecting the distinct cooking technique and addictive sauces that have made Bonchon Chicken the well-loved global phenomenon it is today.
At Bonchon, you can find a good variety of authentic korean comfort foods. Their specially designed menu includes their famous Korean fried chicken dishes, as well as traditional, yet modernized Korean foods to satisfy your discerning taste buds.
Roost's innovative kitchen and cozy restaurant is focused on Singapore's favourite national dish, chicken rice. Delight in the wonderful satisfaction they bring you through their inventive menu of local and Asian delights.
Roost at Centrepoint opens as the first chicken rice themed restaurant featuring the 'made by Singaporeans' invention, iKook; a fusion of innovative cooking with intelligent automation to achieving food quality and perfection every single time.
They pride themselves on serving up variety; their unbeatable steak cuts are complemented by delicious choices of chicken, ribs, seafood, and pasta at a price for everyone.
They're the leader of the pack by emphasizing consistently high quality delicious food delivering a warm, welcoming environment. Their generous portions are moderately priced. their casual atmosphere couldn't be more transporting - it's like you're right there in the Australian Outback.
Like the Bugis Village flagship restaurant, House of Roasted Duck at Sultan Plaza promises to bring to you the familiar taste of Hong Kong with its traditional and authentic Hong Kong style roasted delights such as Signature Peking Duck, Peking Duck – 2 Styles, Crispy Roasted Pork, Soy Sauce Chicken and a range of Hong Kong delicacies such as Congee and Noodles together with an assortment of Cantonese Dim Sum and Side Dishes.
At the helm of House of Roasted Duck is Head Chef Lau Wai Keung, a native Hong Konger with close to 40 years of local and overseas experience. Previously Barbecue Cook No. 1 with The Excelsior Hotel & Convention Centre Hong Kong, Chef Lau is a roasted delights connoisseur who is set to wow the crowd at Bugis Village and Sultan Plaza with his signature dishes. What’s more, with no service charge, customers can enjoy great value while indulging in the authentic flavours of Hong Kong at House of Roasted Duck!
Starting in Jan 2014, Char strives to change the Cantonese Roast meat scene in Singapore and beyond. Using a special blend of Asian and Western techniques, herbs and spices, they offer a totally unique taste to traditional Char Siew, Roast Pork Belly and Roast Duck.
After 2 years at Guillemard Road, Char has moved to its new location located at 363 Jalan Besar, a four storey conservation building. Occupying the 1st and 2nd floors of this historic building, they incorporated heritage and modern design to ensure a more comfortable dining experience for all their customers.
The ground floor is more family orientated, with a combination of round and square tables for more communal dining, whereas the 2nd floor incorporates a full bar for those that want a more relaxed vibe.
A range of craft beers from England and beyond (available on draft) perfectly compliments the passionate way they cook their food.
The Coffee House epitomizes what the local food scene is about. It is the only concept that houses all our ultimate comfort food in one place. Local favorites like Hokkien Mee, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Char Kway Teow, Laksa, Ba Kut Teh, Popiah and even Rojak can all be found in The Coffee House, the list goes on. These local favorites have been elevated by their master chef with each dish carefully prepared to perfection.
The Coffee House is decorated to a theme of modern yet nostalgic feel. It's cashier counter and bar counter walls are decorated with playing marbles. Old time games that has already been lost with the time. Mirrors hanging by the ceiling are worded with Chinese characters which brings us down memory lanes where such mirrors are commonly found in old pawn shops and provision shops.
The Coffee House serves customers throughout the day, from breakfast favorites like Kaya Toast to lunch and dinner menu. And not to forget desserts and snacks like Muah Chee and Satay during tea time.
Wildfire will be opening their 2nd venue in December, in 313@Somerset.
Wildfire has achieved the perfect burger patty results with our secret spiced marinade and 30-70 fat content ratio. The patties are char-grilled to prefection in the customised double-ventilated Inka oven from the UK.
At 500 degrees celsius, the extreme heat seals the juices within the beef patty and the Japanese Binchotan charcoal provides intense smoking, leaving the patty crusty on the outside and extremely flavoursome and succulent on the inside.
Wildfire is the only establishment in Singapore to use Rangers Valley Black Onyx 100% pure Black Angus Range MBS3+ (rump with bone-in) for the patties of our specialty burgers.
This limited supply Black Onyx Angus Beef is typically used for steaks by Michelin-starred restaurants around the world. The cattle have never been treated by hormones (HGPs) and are reared at a 12,000-acre feedlot that has won multiple awards including the prestigious Feedlot of the year award.
This self-service restaurant moves like clockwork with a smooth operating system for quick order taking and pick-ups.
Their chickens are irresistible! Because they pamper them. They bath them in a secret recipe marinade concoction for 12 hours and then firmly massage them with their special homemade Aussie spice mix before gently roasting them over the spit till tender and juicy. Then they serve them with fresh gourmet salads or their hot sides of creamy mash or crispy seasoned chips.
They have a stack of other mouthwatering goodies on their menu for your other cravings. Crispy Pork Knuckle, BBQ Pork Ribs, Beer Battered Fish & Chips, Burgers, Aussie Pies, Quiches, Soups and Paninis!
They also serve breakfast, they deliver to your office, they cater to all occasions and they do it with a smile!
OPPA Chicken is a casual Korean street food joint in Singapore which specializes in serving awesome Korean fried chicken.
They also cater to diners who seek a quick fix of other variety of popular Korean street food such as Korean rice cakes (Ttokpokki). Their exclusive taste of Oppa-topokki is said to be the best all over streets of Seoul and they are proud to be the first to bring into Singapore.
Carne & Caipirinha is an authentic Brazilian steakhouse that follows the famous Rodizio (rotation) style service. It boasts one of the largest variety of premium-quality grills in a Brazilian churrascaria — featuring unlimited servings of roasted chicken, beef, lamb, pork and fish meats.
Tuck into authentic Brazilian cuisine which is freshly made in-house by our Brazilian Head Chef, Chef Britto, who has more than 36 years of experience under his belt with Brazilian cuisine. The barbeque spread includes a buffet line of gourmet salads, pastas, rice and traditional Brazilian Feijoada (black bean stew).
Apart from serving sizzling meats, Carne & Caipirinha also offers exquisite Brazilian Caipirinha — Brazil’s national cocktail with zesty and fruity notes, as well as true-blue Brazilian beer, wines and soft drinks such as Guaraná Antarctica. This guaraná–flavoured soft drink is produced in only three countries, and is now available in Singapore at Carne & Caipirinha.
At Carne & Caipirinha, passadors (meat servers) are dressed in traditional gaucho (cowboy) outfits. The colourful attire coupled with the amazing cuisine and beverages, promises you a dining experience that is uniquely Brazil.
1933 invites you to step into a time portal and take a trip back to the 1930s where cultures converged. Enjoy the finest renditions of 1930s cuisines such as Hainanese Kampong Chicken Rice and Nanyang Curry Chicken in a bread bowl, as they marry Asian flavours with Western influences for a unique Southeast Asia regional style.
Our signature milkshakes is your ticket to the 1930s Magnolia Snack Bar at Capitol. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and forge new identities at 1933.
Wakufen has opened a takeaway kiosk at Asia Square.
The utilize modern cooking techniques coupled with flavourful combinations of herbs, spices and quality ingredients in order to provide you with a healthy yet undeniably delicious experience. Customize your meal by selecting your protein, vegetables, complex carbohydrate and add-ons.
Their perfectly cooked meats are their pride and joy and provide for some of the juiciest chicken breasts, smoothest, silkiest salmon fillets and most tender steaks you’ll ever find.
They achieve this perfection through Sous-vide (Su-vee) cooking all their proteins. And while Sous-vide cooked food is usually only found in high end gourmet restaurants, they provide it at affordable prices and fast service. Sous-vide (French for “under vacuum”) is a method of cooking food sealed in heat safe vacuumed packs in a temperature-controlled water bath.
Renowned in Hakata, Kyushu for serving an all-chicken menu and Mizutaki – a specialty chicken broth hot pot – Hanamidori welcomes diners to its Plaza Singapura restaurant on May 25, 2015. The Singapore restaurant joins 28 restaurants in Japan and two other restaurants in Taipei and Dalian in showcasing the native taste of Hakata. Mizutaki Having originated in Hakata during the Keio era (1865 – 1868), Mizutaki was initially served in the Ryotei (a traditional, luxuriously appointed restaurant) as a simple hot pot. In response to Goryon-san (landladies from the merchant families) wishing to provide more nourishing and tasty meals for their families, tofu and vegetables were added to make a heartier dish. At Hanamidori, fresh chicken is featured on the menu.
Central to the dining experience is the broth, which is light in taste yet deeply flavourful. Diners may wish to enrich the flavour by adding Mataichi salt (natural sea salt) from Kyushu. The flavour of the chicken is more fully appreciated when complemented by Ponzu (vinegar dip), while Yuzu Kosho (green chilli pepper) gives it a spicy kick.
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.
Dosirak offers healthy tasty, convenient takeaway and delivery Korean food with no MSG, corn syrup, pork lard or trans fat.
Take your pick from protein options such as spicy chicken, cured fresh salmon, soy sesame chicken, beef bulgogi and kimchi tofu.
Each bowl comes packed with five kinds of complimentary vegetables (bean sprouts, carrot, cabbage, mushrooms, beans) and white rice. you also top-up to switch to whole grain rice or Korean buckwheat noodles.
Starting from a coffeeshop stall in Tanjong Pagar Plaza in 2010, the 2 Cai brothers, Weili & Weisheng have moved to a small ramen restaurant in International Plaza.
Brothers Ramen specialises in a pork, chicken, fish and vegetable broth.. They are also famous for their ham-like chashu and extremely tender chicken slices which are cooked at a low-temperature water bath. Home-made noodles are made in such a way that they can be able to stay in the broth for a longer period of time without losing its original texture.
Using modern and traditional ramen cooking techniques, the brothers aim to introduce a more localised flavour.
The award-winning ramen emporium has unveiled its latest concept store - Ippudo Express – in Terminal 3 of Singapore’s Changi Airport.
A unique product available at this new concept store is the offering of Japanese dip sandwiches. Made with premium ingredients, the sandwiches offered include hearty fillings such as chicken, beef and shrimp, complete with flavourful Ippudo homemade dips for a twist of flavours on the palate
Ramen fans will not be disappointed with the options offered at the Changi location, which boasts a well-rounded mix between soup bases and flavours. New and exclusive Miso Butter Tonkotsu offers a flavourful, fragrant broth while other special ramen include the original Hakata Tonkotsu, fiery delights Spicy Tan-Tan Men and Spicy Miso Tonkotsu, wholesome and refreshing Hakata Mentai Tonkotsu, as well as the unique dry ramen served hot - Maze Sob.
Ippudo Express @ Changi aims to provide a quick and convenient option for travellers on the go, featuring a selection of fresh salads in convenient takeaway packaging, including best-sellers Nikumiso Tofu Salad and Cobb Salad, as well as new additions Japanese Chicken Salad and Beans Salad.
Skinny Salads offers a carefully curated menu of Skinny, delicious Asian-inspired salads and wraps, assembled on-site using premium ingredients and fresh greens.
Enjoy a Japanese twist in your salad with their Soba & Watercress salad - Daikon, cabbage, cucumber, pickled ginger, spring onion, mint, watercress, seaweed, toasted sesame seeds, Asian salad, topped with soba & ginger-shallot dressing.
Their Organic Chicken & Spinach Salad makes a perfect reunion of all the trusty hearty ingredients : Roasted chicken, fresh corn, spinach, red radish, sunflower seeds, parsley, chickpeas and cumin-yogurt dressing.
Nestled in the midst of bustling Clarke Quay, Kuro-Gyu Shabu-Shabu Ito has just opened its doors offering you an authentic shabu-shabu menu and some of the finest Kagoshima Wagyu.
The ultimate goal for you at the 1,800 square feet restaurant is to savour the natural richness of the Wagyu dipped in simmering delicious broths. Kuro-Gyu uses only the most traditional recipes in all its Japanese broth. With hours of brewing, the soup selections include Konbu (Japanese kelp), Tonkotsu (Rich Pork Bone Broth), a Japanese favourite Sukiyaki (sweet and salty) and the Kuro Special Chicken Soup.
Chef Atsushi painstakingly selects the freshest ingredients from Japan to brew up rich, delicious and authentic shabu-shabu each day. Premium Meat The selection of prized Wagyu beef is the key highlight at Kuro-Gyu. Strips of tender Wagyu loin and Wagyu Kiriotoshi are a standout. The juicy and tender slices literally melt in the mouth with the Chef taking pride in the meat’s natural umami flavour. Direct from Kagoshima, Japan, Kuro-Gyu serves up A2 Grade Wagyu and A4 Grade Wagyu. The premium cuts are reasonably priced and is guaranteed great value.
Pork selections are also available – the Kurobuta pork shoulder with its sweet and rich flavour is a perfect option and with the addictive broth it will leave you craving for more.
Also from Kagoshima is the Shirobuta pork belly. For a slightly lighter option, the Chicken Tsukune (handmade minced chicken balls) is a great choice. Chef Atsushi combines the meatballs with a special Kuro-Gyu marinade, chopped soft bones and vegetables.
You can add texture to the shabu-shabu with the variety of crisp greens and vegetables such as white leek, spinach, Tang Or, Chinese cabbage, Shiitake mushroom, Enoki mushroom, corn and carrot. While the roaring broths are amazing on their own, the shabu-shabu can be accompanied with Japanese rice specially sourced from Niigata, Japan and a variety of noodles.
Executive Chef Atsushi from Japan, brings over 15 years experience to Kuro-Gyu. Chef Atsushi is trained in traditional Japanese cooking and is highly sought after for his skills and knowledge in authentic recipes. His specialty lies in preparing hearty soup bases for shabu-shabu and creating delicate Japanese appetizers. Chef Atsushi leads a team of chefs, ensuring you are served the highest quality ingredients and treated to rich traditional Japanese flavours. Chef Atsushi is also able to customize menus for private events, if requested.
Celebrity Chef David Thompson’s Long Chim transports you to the streets and markets of Bangkok, with added refinement.
Recently awarded the No. 1 spot on San Pellegrino’s Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 and 13th on World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 for his restaurant in Bangkok, Long Chim is Chef David Thompson’s first venture into casual dining.
The internationally acclaimed chef, restaurateur and cookbook author has crafted a tantalising menu that combines traditional street food and contemporary flavours, with a restaurant concept reminiscent of the vibrant streets of Bangkok. Rediscover Thai cuisine with beef with holy basil, chicken pilaf with turmeric and cardamom, and more.
The Rabbit Hole offers you a unique salad experience as they feel that many people have the misconception that salads or anything remotely healthy are boring and would taste awful. They envisioned a cosy café-styled diner appeal instead of the usual stern looking green and white outlooks which most salad bars portrays.
As quality is their top priority, all of their salad dressings are made from scratch freshly with no added preservatives, not store bought nor mass produced. They have over 40 toppings which are reviewed frequently to keep things interesting for you and they are constantly looking for new and unique items to feature on they salad bar. They also have a range of warm premiums/deli products such as premium striploin steak and chicken breast cooked Sous-vide style to retain moisture and seal in the flavors. This is opposed to serving cold and tough meats to top the salad off for those who requires more protein or meat offerings.
The Rabbit Hole always encourages you to craft your very own salads as creating your own meal not only allows you to tune the flavors to your liking but also the process, of making your very own product each time is a great experience for all.
But of course the fuss-free option is available for anyone who prefers. They offer several house salad options which are also constantly reviewed, again to keep things fresh. Their latest gourmet salad creation is the Apple Pie salad; an apple pie inspired salad packing all the savoury taste of an apple pie into a healthy and delicious bowl of salad!
For beverages they serve fresh cold pressed juice which compliments their salads really well and are packed full of nutrients and goodness. They also have specialty blend cold brewed teas which are teas brewed using cold water over prolong periods to squeeze out all the natural sweetness and flavour of the tea blends. Other than that they do offer Gryphon Hot teas as well as simple machine made coffee.
Other than salads and juices, enjoy waffles and ice cream for the mid-day tea break crowd as well as those who cannot finish off their meals without dessert.
The Lawn is a new specialty grill & salad café in Singapore.
Where you will get to fully customize your own salad, pair your favorite perky greens to your favorite premium grills, topped with the audacious teasing flavors of their unique dressings, without a hefty bill to go along with it.
Grilled toppings on the menu include char-grilled garlic prawns, aceto balsamic beef cuts, chicken with Maple infusion and Worcestershire black pepper duck.
The restaurant provides seating for 35 seated indoors and up to 15 at its alfresco area. This outlet is designed in an express format to cater to the busy breakfast and lunch traffic in the area, providing quick meals and takeaways for the business crowd, without skimping on taste and nourishment.
Forget wilted salads and cold deli sandwiches eaten at the office desk. For a mid-weekday burst of flavour and nutrition, go for the hearty, bold flavours of a chicken tortilla soup, grilled shrimp and steak burrito, or spicy chicken tacos, all freshly made at Baja Fresh Express.
Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory is a casual restaurant chain that specializes in delectable freshly cooked chicken dishes. The Chir Chir (pronounced Chi-Re Chi-Re) chain originated from Seoul, South Korea. The chain’s focus on great taste, value and service has allowed it to grow into one of the largest "Chimaek" franchises in South Korea.
Chir Chir has earned a strong following in Korea due to it`s unique menu which is great tasting and offers a great variety of selections. The mission is to meet the needs of those of you who are tired of the same chicken which is cooked in same simple style.
Their menu includes tapas and mains alongside imported craft beers from all over the world.
HopHeads offers fusion food such as popular favourite like teriyaki ribs and spicy chicken miso thigh and also serve italian roast gourmet coffee that goes perfectly with their signature homemade waffles with ice cream.
Joo Bar is the latest trendsetting addition to a vibrant F&B scene – a sleek, casual and inviting venue within a three-storey heritage shophouse along Tan Quee Lan Street.
Ingeniously created by Singaporean aficionados of Korean culture and food; Jamie and Kristin Lim, Joo is born from a desire to offer top notch modern Korean bites and creative drinks in a space that exudes a laid-back vibe with a tasteful dose of edginess.
Key highlights are its fantastic house brew makgeolli and quality Korean fare by Head Chef Kim Chang Heon with delights such as slow roasted mangalitsa belly; Joo bossam; Kimchi chicken potpie and Seafood Gochujang risotto!
Other creative drinks include Grape Soju Mojito and Yucha Makgeolli Slush.
The restaurant caters to time-strapped diners by offering a partial-service system where orders are taken at a main counter before self-collection of food. Expect Fish & Co.’s signature dishes such as fried calamari, the best fish & chips in town and grilled salmon cajun and at the same time. The Seafood Shack also offers exclusive items such as burgers, mini starter platters, fried chicken wings and pizzas by the slice for those in a rush.
Fish & Co. Seafood Shack features the same fun active brand persona and is designed to evoke a sense of adventure that complements its location within S.E.A. Aquarium.