Terra Madre is Singapore’s largest organic and natural food store. Their mission is to make healthy and pure foods available to all, inspire people to eat better and to look after our planet.
Slow down amidst the hustle of your day-to-day, and enjoy a hearty, healthy meal with them to reconnect with your well being.
If you’re looking for delicious healthy dishes which is packed with flavour then look no further than Terra Madre on Dempsey Hill.
The brand new restaurant is the hottest destination with diners flocking to Loewen to check out the affordable organic offerings, the incredible dishes using the best produce cater to discerning foodie in search of healthier options! Eating healthy is no longer boring!
What’s more? The relaxed vibe with the view of greenery! When are you visiting?
Bond with your child or friends today by signing up for a cooking workshop with Kenko Academy’s newly-opened Training Hub located at Marina Square.
Kenko Academy is an Approved Training Organisation accredited by Workforce Singapore (WSG) to conduct Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) courses.
Visit Kenko Training Hub and bring out the inner chef in you as you embark on a journey to make some adorable Winnie the Pooh Choux Puffs! In this class, you will learn how to prepare your choux paste, how to make a craquelin, and how to make a vanilla custard for your choux! Lastly, decorate your choux puff!
Whisk Baking Studio offers SkillsFuture Baking Courses for beginners and aspiring bakers. Start baking at Whisk Baking Studio!
Their Cakes & Cookies Course is an 8 days course that covers everything from preparation to ingredient use and techniques to bake cakes and cookies. Learn to make classic and modern recipes such as Lemon Pound Cake, Japanese Cotton Cheesecake, Cranberry Almond Biscotti and many more. They also run another course focused on breads and afternoon pastries.
Both their current studios are conveniently located near Tanjong Pagar and Bedok MRT stations.
Designed to be cosy and intimate, Whisk Baking Studios offer a great environment for beginners.
Shake Shack's 7th outlet in Singapore is located at Gardens by the Bay and has partnered with Singaporean artist soph O for a spirited mural construction - which was inspired by the lush flora and fauna of the national garden.
Shake Shack’s mission is to Stand for Something Good®, from its premium ingredients and caring hiring practices to its inspiring designs and deep community investment. Since the original Shack opened in 2004 in NYC’s Madison Square Park, the company has expanded to more than 300 locations in 27 U.S. States and the District of Columbia, including more than 100 international locations across London, Hong Kong, Dubai, Philippines, Singapore, Mexico, Tokyo, Seoul and more.
Waku Ghin is back after extensive renovation works, offering the brilliance of Chef Tetsuya Wakuda over a widened repertoire that spans contemporary bar experiences, private dining and their signature Chef’s Table.
Their signature Omakase experience remains the ultimate pilgrimage for gourmands. The bespoke dining journey begins at the stylish Japanese cocktail bar helmed by their Head Bartender Kazuhiro Chii. After a tipple or two, diners can proceed to the exclusive 10-seater Chef’s Table, where a chef personally attends to each party of guests. Similar to the previous Waku Ghin, diners are treated to a sensory feast of craftsmanship on display, as they savour Waku Ghin’s seasonal menu, featuring our famed marinated botan shrimp with sea urchin and oscietria caviar, alongside seasonal delights such as the prized Western Australian pearl meat.
A selection of fresh grill items is also available as part of the enhanced Omakase menu. Diners can choose from a wider range of premium beef cuts and seafood for the day, ranging from ohmi wagyu and aburi sukiyaki, to fresh carabinero and scampi. Draw a close to the indulgent meal over intricate desserts at their private dessert room, tucked away at the back of the restaurant overlooking the expansive mall and glistening waterfront.
Masaaki's exquisite food creations are made using the finest of ingredients from all over Japan to produce flavours that are natural yet distinct, reflecting the ethos of Japanese culinary principles. Yet with each course, you can experience a fundamental respect of distinctiveness with each act of slicing to plating.
Chef owner, Masaaki Sakashita’s appreciation for fish started at an early age, growing up by the Kamo River in Kyoto, Japan. From his early years fishing, his mother even lamented that he would one day become a sushi chef, for he loved fish. Being the pickiest amongst 3 siblings, Masaaki will even refuse dinner if the food did not taste good, hence started his early relationship with food as a way of life. Masaaki was eager to learn the intricacies of fine Japanese cooking, and formally entered the industry at 18 years old; often arriving hours ahead of his peers such that he could finish his tasks and try his hand at other works.
Masaaki infuses traditional cooking techniques with Chef Masaaki's personal ingenuity to deliver omakase menus with a difference.
The modern contemporary decor with its pink dancing Gucci cranes and the use of room dividers to mimic undulating mountains to a cascading wave of washi sheets suspended high on the ceiling to embody the beauty of Japanese clouds transforms to its intentionally simple decor in the main sushi dining counter.
The sushi counter is made from a 250 year old Hinoki wood, sanded to a soft porous state to provide both a luminous visual from its natural glow the moment one enters the counter dining area and a sweet lemony smell emanating from within.
Miss Vanda at Esplanade Mall is a casual Singaporean eatery by Michelin-starred Labyrinth serving elevated local heritage cuisine. Their street food staples are given gourmet touches.
Laksa is one of their signatures. Featuring Local Green Lipped Mussels stuffed with homemade Fish Paste, Crab Meat Her Geow and Grilled Argentinian Red Prawns in a luscious Laksa broth.
Other highlights include Deepfried Boneless Prawn Paste Chicken Wings (who says you can’t have your whole wings and eat it!), Banana Leaf Grilled Otah with Whole Locally Farmed Silver Perch (another Labyrinth classic) and their very own traditional Hainanese style Kaya made with fresh coconut milk from the market and local free range eggs and pandan leaves. Delivery is available, and dine-in reservations are open.
Shake Shack has recently announced the location of their new branch at Liat Towers.
Shake Shack is a modern day “roadside” burger stand known for their delicious burgers, chicken, hot dogs, frozen custard, beer, wine and more.
Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Manhattan’s Madison Square Park created by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation. The cart was quite the success, with lines snaking out daily for three summers.
In 2004 USHG won the bid to open a permanent kiosk in the Park: Shake Shack was born. This modern day “roadside” burger stand serves up the most delicious burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, shakes, beer, wine and more. An instant neighborhood fixture, Shake Shack welcomed people from all over the city, country and world who gathered together to enjoy fresh, simple, high-quality versions of the classics in a majestic setting.
Following their succesful debut outlet at Jewel Changi Airport, Shake Shack is now preparing for their 2nd branch on Neil Road, targeting to open some time 1st quarter of year 2020.
Shake Shack is a modern day “roadside” burger stand known for its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, flat-top beef dogs (no hormones or antibiotics – ever), frozen custard, crinkle cut fries, craft beer and more.
With fresh, high-quality food at a great value, Shake Shack is a fun and lively community gathering place with widespread appeal.
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.
Located along Short Street, Zazz Pizza serves handcrafted pizzas which are baked to perfection using their in-house wood-fired oven. Patrons can also enjoy their pastas with freshly-made sauces using quality ingredients prepared by their chefs. Zazz Pizza will definitely delight your taste buds.
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.
WINE RVLT has evolved a lot from before.. now just called RVLT serving up tasty, wholesome and real food by chef Manel Valero.
WINE RVLT was Singapore’s first wine bar to have a clear focus on uncompromising natural wines.
RVLT started as WINE RVLT in September 2016 to be a constant evolution of the REVOLUTION to breakthrough from the mould, bringing a whole new experience to Singaporeans. Something different - never the same and always exciting, when it comes to your next bottle of wine. And in this spirit, they bring you the next evolution.
Version 2.0 will just be RVLT. Because life is simple, why complicate things right?
OUE Social Kitchen is your kitchen in the city to co-cook, co-create and commune! That's right. Singapore's very first communal kitchen is a space designed for friends, families and even strangers to come together, and share and discover the joy of cooking and dining together.
At OUE Social Kitchen, they celebrate the joy of cooking and creating culinary feasts with anyone and everyone.
Bring your own ingredients, whip up your own meal and let them do the cleaning up! Guests will have full access to state-of-the-art equipment and enjoy a range of crockery, utensils and basic condiments provided for.
Go and embark on a savoury adventure, construct ingenious food encounters and share a meal and every other experience that goes into making it.