The stunning Freemasons Hall building which sits at 23A Coleman Street will soon be home to The Masons Table which is opening mid December.
The Masons Table will serve honest food and artisan wines set in relaxed and historical surroundings, right in the centre of Singapore.
The Masons Table serve the very best of modern European cuisine, inspired by the flavours of Italy and France. From hearty all-time favourite starters and main dishes, to signature thin-crust pizzas, to charcuterie and cheese sharing plates - there's something for everyone to enjoy. All of their dishes are designed to meld perfectly with their selection of artisan wines.
With expert harmonious integration of century-old conservation shophouse and contemporary architectural style, the new Grand Park City Hall fashions modernity fused with classical charm.
A five-star luxury hotel in Singapore, occupying a prime spot in Singapore’s Civic District and close to the Central Business District (CBD), expect warm, thoughtful hospitality, innovative yet familiar destination dining and technological enhancements to welcome you to a brand new seamless hotel guest experience.
Currently undergoing a transformation, the hotel transformation is on track for full completion by the end of Q1 2018. The new facilities in progress includes the Rooftop Garden which will be a gorgeous event space and a 20-metre outdoor swimming pool.
Their new entrance, lobby, restaurant and bar are now open. You can take a virtual tour here and can also read more about its restaurant, Tablescape.
Their new 30-sqm Crystal Club Deluxe Room depicts a mix of elegance, modernity and simplicity with its materials and lines layering. The guestroom exudes a cosy ambience and soothing elegance in its versatile and modern space. Take luxury to the next level with access to the exclusive Crystal Club.
Guests can download the Grand Park City Hall (GPCH) app (iTunes App Store or Google Playstore) and gain instant control with mobile key functions such as pre-arrival registration, self check-in, mobile key access to your guestroom and in-room electronics control, and direct in-app messaging with the hotel team.
In an age of novel trends, Tablescape - a brand new Modern European restaurant and bar located within the luxurious Grand Park City Hall - is a breath of fresh air.
Tablescape focuses on delivering hearty, comforting favourites that can be enjoyed time and again, paired with artisanal cocktails, and extensive premium wine and craft beer lists - all underscored by attentive, unobtrusive service; the Tablescape experience connects tradition and modernity in a truly beautiful setting.
The restaurant accords a neoclassical interior design style which features decorative Peranakan- style accent floor, pastel coloured chairs, and plenty of natural light through its floor-to-ceiling windows. At the bar, one can choose to lounge comfortably at the private sofa seats with warm cove lighting, or unwind with friends at the solid wood feature communal table that delicately connects the bar and restaurant. The interiors exude a quiet elegance, setting the stage for a cosy, relaxed time.
Fresh from his recent stint at The Carvery, executive chef Robert Chan has created a menu that is comfortingly nostalgic and showcases a timeless European repertoire, featuring starters like Steak Tartare, Veal Sweetbread, and Salmon Gravlax, with subtle updates that make the experience both familiar yet surprising. Take his spin on the Steak Tartare (S$24++), finely hand-chopped USDA beef - an example of impressive knife skills, carefully honed over time - mixed with the consummate red onions, gherkins, parsley and capers, is stacked with a crackly, battered poached egg, bringing a new dimension to the dish. The Veal Sweetbread (S$18++) is perfectly seasoned, pan-fried in butter; paired with an earthy ceps mushroom ragu and served in a delicately creamy pea soup.
For mains, the traditional lobster and fish pairing gets an indulgent upgrade with Prosciutto Ham wrapped Monkfish and Maine Lobster on Risotto in Armagnac Lobster Bisque (S$38++). Wrapped in a thin layer of prosciutto and pan seared, the monkfish is at once tender and substantial, plated up with butter poached lobster tail, and risotto in Armagnac bisque, where the Arborio grains are gently simmered in lobster broth and French butter, lending the dish a richer flavour. The Smoked Braised Black Angus Short Rib (S$30++) - browned and braised with red wine, carrots, celery, and onions for 8 hours in the oven, completely tenderises and soaks in all the delightful flavours of the sauce - is an all-time dinner favourite. Horseradish is pureed with potatoes to create a silky smooth, tangy side for the ribs and freshly roasted bone marrow completes the dish.
The gorgeous Dessert Selection from the Trolley - the restaurant’s take on guéridon service - brings a bit of flair and fun to round off the dining experience, featuring a rotation of house-made sweets including Spicy Mango, a mango mousse cake encased in a shell of white chocolate, bringing the heat with the addition of pink peppercorns; the Raspberry Lychee with Almond Cake, a tribute to the classic Ispahan, offers a burst of tartness from the raspberry and the light sweetness of the lychee in a single bite; and Camembert Cheesecake, which presents a twist to the traditional cream cheesecake, served alongside perennial favourites such as meringue, lemon tart, and more.
Chef Robert’s dedication to ensuring that each diner is brought on a journey through the classics, modernised with restraint, is evident through to the meal’s close.
An exciting lifestyle destination plugged into the world of tech and socially savvy consumers will be coming up in 4Q 2019 on the site of the former Funan DigitaLife Mall, right in the heart of Singapore's Civic & Cultural District at 100 North Bridge Road.
Building on its legacy as the definitive IT mall in Singapore over the last three decades, Funan will go beyond selling IT products to incorporating the tech experience throughout the entire integrated development. There are currently 3 confirmed tenants: movie operator Golden Village, food court operator Kopitiam and rock climbing facility Climb Central. Climb Central will offer a 50-lane rock climbing facility, and its highest wall will span four floors.
Bacchanalia features reinvented classics and distinctive, thought-provoking creations that present familiar flavours in unfamiliar ways.
Bacchanalia is a sophisticated and quality driven dining destination for the discerning customer who enjoys an all encompassing sensorial experience. Bacchanalia, as a Restaurant, Bar and Lounge, caters to a mindset as opposed to a demographic. Encouraging interactivity with a strong focus on the social aspect of a dining experience, diners are expect to laugh loudly, take food from each other's plates and be comfortably encouraged to do so.