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.â£
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.â£ Delivery is available, and dine-in reservations are open.
Introducing Chun Fun How, the most Instagram-worthy bubble tea from Taichung, Taiwan, known for their Sweet Potato Bubble Tea Series and range of refreshing teas in beautifully designed floral cups.
Established in 2014, Chun Fun How has grown to 15 outlets worldwide, with expansionary plans in both Canada and Indonesia this year. The brand remains a hidden gem, popular largely only among Taiwan’s suits and ties. Its first flagship store on Singapore soil is set in the bustling heart of the city at Esplanade Mall. Named after founder and owner Mr. Lin Chun-Chen’s father, the brand pays homage to him as an inspiration and pillar of support to both founders, Mr. Lin and Ms. Canny Lee.
Artfully crafted with all-premium ingredients that are directly imported from Taiwan, æ¥è³è Chun Fun How uses specially selected Four Seasons Oolong Tea from Nan Tou for its creamy-smooth, nectar-sweet floral taste and robust fragrance. It also pairs perfectly with lemon. Savour a variety of bubble tea flavours to suit different palettes like the signature Aloe Vera Series, Sweet Potato Series and Winter Melon Series, among others. These premium blends are the result of tireless research and development that are well-suited for the hot and humid Singapore weather.
Straits Chinese Signatures at Esplanade is managed by Guan Hoe Soon Group, the oldest Nonya Restaurant in Singapore. Using secret recipes handed down thru the generations, the original taste of an authentic Peranakan cuisine has been preserved closely, using only the freshest ingredients and select choice of spices.
Straits Chinese Signatures also provide nonya catering services for special occasions. They cater a wide choice of dishes, available at great prices.
With many satisfied customers whom they had the honor of catering to, they are confident that they will delight you and your friends with an authentic peranakan affair.
Opening in 2021, the new theatre will fill the gap between Esplanade’s large venues and smaller studio spaces, and enable the national arts centre to further support future generations of artists and arts groups to create new works that tell Singapore and Asian stories and widen its engagement with various communities.
Esplanade is also launching a series of new fundraising initiatives, which are designed for a spectrum of supporters, from the general public, to philanthropists and foundations.
In celebration of the development of the new theatre, Esplanade and its Mall tenant Makansutra Gluttons Bay have jointly organised The Food Stage, a special street food experience that features exclusive off-menu items such as 4 Cheese Murtabak, Carrot Cake“Fries” with BBQ Wings, Laksa Seafood Stew, Soft Shell Crab Mui Fan and many more. Makansutra has also pledged a donation of $100,000 to Esplanade which will go towards Singtel Waterfront Theatre.
Please click here for details on the fundraising initiatives and more information about this project.
Jiak Modern Tzechar is a family-friendly and halal-certified Chinese restaurant at Esplanade that serves up authentic and traditional tzechar dishes.
âSet in a modern, jazzy and cosy environment, Jiak is a place for simple and delicious comfort food at affordable prices.
They embrace homemade goodness in all of their dishes and be sure not to miss out on their signature "Fish Head Curry"! They are confident that you will ask for it again and again every time you visit! View their menu here.
Touting itself as the first Asian fast food joint in Singapore, Hawker's mission hits all the right spots – serving local favourites that are close to our hearts at affordable prices. Expect a quick, casual and fuss-free experience right in the heart of Marina Bay at its flagship unit at Esplanade's Annexe.
Launched by No Signboard Seafood group, Hawker offers a unique range of Singapore-themed burgers such as the ever-popular Chilli Crab, Nasi Lemak, Satay Chicken and Chicken Rice, all crafted by a team comprising a food scientist and creative chef.
With a firm belief in the existing expertise in whisky in Singapore, The ExciseMan Whisky Bar at Esplanade aims to uphold and complement the high standards set by dedicated professionals in the industry. Together with these specialists, The ExciseMan hopes to put Singapore on the map for whisky lovers from all over the world.
At The ExciseMan Whisky Bar, you can taste exclusive whisky like the Invergordon 45 year old Clan Denny ($72 per 30ml pour) and Mystery Distillery, Speyside 24/25 year old Douglas Laing ($52 per 30ml pour).
With an ambience of intimacy and exceptional cuisine, The Boiler satisfies diners of all appetites. Go experience the seduction of the freshest seafood, greatest music and endless booze at The Boiler. Gather your family and friends and soak up the best camaraderie and dining experience ever before. They promise you tasty fingers by the end of your meal.
The Boiler is a multi-award-winning restaurant that serves up fresh seafood (known as seafood boil) together with strong bold sauces, which are infused with both local and western spices. It aims to ignite your five senses by bringing back the harmonious spirit of fresh tasty seafood and unassuming dining atmosphere all under one roof.
In 2008, the owner, a banker-turned restaurateur, was introduced to a seafood boil restaurant in L.A. by his relatives. It was love at first sight. The owner was intrigued by the rich Cajun culture and was determined to share the joy of this communal experience back to his family and friends. After countless backyard crab feasts, he finally created the flavours that boast a fusion of Asian and American spices. This secret recipe comprises 11 different spices and ingredients, which the owner himself packs up every night after the restaurant closes.
Leeu SG is an artisanal ice cream shop, serving made-in-Singapore ice creams that are dedicated to our island country.
Using ingredients of the highest qualty, Leeu SG's ice cream is churned and produced in small batches to retain as much of its flavour.
Meaning 'lion' in Afrikaans (a language in South Africa), Leeu SG embodies the spirit of our national icon, the lion. LeeuSG finds ways to infuse Singaporean traits — vibrancy, quality and a melting pot of cultures — into its ice cream, collaborating with chefs in Singapore to create the most "Singaporean" ice cream.
One Michelin-starred restaurant Labyrinth launches its next phase of evolution with a fresh angle to the cuisine, a refocused interior and a stunning new menu.
Labyrinth, located at The Esplanade, explores the finest produce sourced in Singapore through a cuisine of stunningly inventive flavour harmonies. Helmed by celebrated Chef Han Li Guang, the dishes of Labyrinth draw inspiration from childhood memories and an in-depth understanding of local ingredients and traditional kitchen techniques, to bring to the fore the essential character and nuance of each core flavour.
Dining at Labyrinth is thus a sensorial experience in which the palate is seduced, and the curiosity holistically engaged by the stories that come with each ravishing plate of food. View their menu here.
IMC City Link Dental & Medical Clinic is the latest addition to International Medical Consultancy Pte Ltd's group of clinics. They have now a total of 4 clinics located in Singapore & Malaysia and they aim to become the premier healthcare solution provider for their clients and investors.
International Medical Consultancy Pte Ltd was established in 2005 to provide medical solutions to the consumers as well as the healthcare industry. Find out more about their services here.
Embark on an epicurean journey and relish the exotic flavours of Peranakan, Moroccan, Javanese and Spanish cuisines with Chef Wan! His new halal-certified restaurant Chef Wan's Kitchen is now open at Esplanade.
A beloved TV personality known for his effervescent personality; Chef Wan is a culinary stalwart with 35 years of experience under his belt. For this venture, he has dug into his treasure trove of recipes, passed down from his grandmother to mother to auntie and then to him, with the best ones curated.
On the menu: Chef Wan's Oxtail Soup, Javanese Chicken, Moroccan Harira Lamb Meatball Soup, Lawar, Ayam Percik and more.
As Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay turns 15 this year, the national performing arts centre will be adding a new venue to its stable, enabling it to create more unique Singapore stories and shared experiences for society through the arts.
To be completed in 2021, the new building situated along the Esplanade Waterfront will feature a flexible theatre which can seat about 550 people and an outdoor activities plaza integrated with popular dining outlets at the Esplanade Annexe.
This waterfront theatre hopes to inspire our young and nurture the next generation of artists, by commissioning and producing more new works by Singapore artists and companies and taking them from home to the world stage.
With the new 550-seat waterfront theatre, Esplanade will be able to:
Develop and present a wider range of quality arts programmes for schools that inspire and challenge the young; develop in future generations empathy, curiosity and creativity; and provide them new perspectives on different cultures and our society.
Allow Singapore’s promising community, youth and traditional arts groups, especially in theatre and dance, to take that next step to reach a wider audience along Esplanade’s busy waterfront.
Work closely with both Singapore and regional artists to create new works and to take these artists and works beyond Singapore.
Present a greater diversity of leading artists and productions that inspire, given that, a majority of works produced today for major arts festivals are for a medium-sized space.
Atmastel is a fast-casual F&B lifestyle concept that wants you to re-discover and fall in love with Mediterranean cuisine all over again. Focusing on subtle, pure and piquant flavours all coaxed from fresh, quality produce; the kitchen is helmed by head chef, Chef Andrea Tarini, with a Two-Michelin-starred background.
Atmastel features an open kitchen, pizza bakery, a crudo (deli) bar with a gourmet produce and wine retail area.
Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle from Pek Kio Market & Food Centre in Cambridge Road has now expanded with a modern 2,100-sq ft restaurant at Esplanade.
At Wah Kee @ Esplanade, you will not only find their signature prawn noodle, there will also be other seafood such as Boston Lobster, Oysters, Flower Crabs, Blue Mussels and different types of shellfish.
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay’s newest venue, Annexe Studio is set to open its doors to the public next month!
A raw and flexible two-storey space that was converted from a dance club, the studio is another versatile performance venue that is as much about artists at work, creating, rehearsing and jamming, as it is about artists performing.
The opening of Annexe Studio marks the completion of the physical renewal exercise that Esplanade embarked in July 2014 across the centre to create new spaces, facilities and arts experiences for visitors and patrons. The Annexe Studio gives audiences the opportunity to catch a performance, be it music, theatre or dance, in a more casual and intimate setting, and even to see or be part of the artistic process.
A new 8km-long Jubilee Walk has been launched. It covers historic locations in the civic district and the Marina Bay are and a new pedestrian bridge that stretches from the Merlion Park to Marina Promenade, in front of the Esplanade Theatres.
The existing Esplanade Bridge was too narrow for pedestrians. Now with the Jubilee Bridge, you can stroll comfortably across the Singapore River.
The Jubilee Walk is identified by trail and monument markers and three new public art works to commemorate SG50.