What's for lunch? Can Wonderland Savour interest you with their Linguine Chili Crab? Head down to their new branch at VivoCity and be sure to check out their set lunch menu.
Wonderland Savour is about living the good life through the enjoyment of music & good food. An ideal cafe / restaurant for high tea, lunch or dinner for an individual to a whole family. It is also the perfect venue for private parties, with 90-pax seating capacity. Their food menu is an eclectic mix of modern European fusion, wide selection of delightful cakes, macaroon and Italian gelato.
Its food is Modern European with Sichuan influence, incorporating healthful elements in well-curated, beautifully presented dishes, and drinks. Aside from its coffee programme, Halcyon & Crane maintains a well-manned bar with innovative takes on cocktails. A takeout area offers food-on-the-go, and a retail section stocking food products and accessories further enriches the experience.
With its sleek, contemporary interior designed for calm and comfort, and its location in the middle of fashion and luxury boutiques, Halcyon & Crane is a chic and serene pavilion where you can take a break and enjoy the ‘best moment of your day’.
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.
Whether you’re savoring exotic-flavored macarons with blended teas, people-watching over foie gras, browsing rare vinyl releases or tuning in to sleek hi-fidelity speakers & turntables, Wonderland Savour at Wisma Atria has something for everybody.
Located in the heart of Orchard Road, Wonderland Savour restaurant serves modern European all-day dining while That CD Shop is the ultimate playground for music lovers. Singapore’s most extensive and expertly curated range of music showcases everything from collectible classics and limited box sets to world music.
So swing by today and immerse yourself in this wonderland where every element enhances your taste buds. Or simply rediscover the magic of vinyls, for the best selection in town.
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.
Set in the lush greenery of Rochester Park, Thyme@Rochester serves European and Western delicacies. Not only is it perfect for date nights, it is also family-friendly as they have a kiddy play area for the little ones.
On their menu; Roasted Chicken Leg with Pumpkin Mash, Grilled Prawns with House Made Chilli Dip, Aubergine Caponata, Spaghetti con Gamberi and more.
Perfect for casual get-togethers and pre dinner meet-ups, VENUE By Sebastian is one of the first few dining establishments to open at the swanky new Downtown Gallery in the heart of the central commercial district. Occupying 1,900 sqft space on the ground floor of Downtown Gallery, the 80-seat communal dining restaurant is set to inspire diners with its exciting contemporary European fare.
Helmed by Chef-Owner Sebastian Ng, former Chef-Owner of the now-defunct Restaurant Ember, and Chef de Cuisine Jonathan Lee, former Head Chef of Artichoke, VENUE By Sebastian is guided by the chefs’ beliefs in serving unpretentious yet tasty and well-balanced meals for all diners.
Curated with meticulous details over months of experimentation, the extensive menu at VENUE By Sebastian is a harmonious blend of modern European culinary techniques and quality ingredients, imbued with a refreshing touch of Asian flavours.
Running on a sharing plates concept, the lunch and dinner menus are designed to feature a mix of communal dishes in sharing portions across eight dish categories including, ‘Toast’, ‘Fritti & Greens’, ‘Pasta’, ‘Raw, Cured & Smoked’, ‘Pan, Coal & Roast’, ‘Sides’ and ‘Sweets’.
Firebake is a restaurant at East Coast with the first full-scale woodfire bread oven in Singapore, using European historical techniques of breadmaking. Founded by veteran food & beverage consultant Konstantino Blokbergen, Firebake is a celebration of the ancient pathways of breadmaking, and the importance of human touch in the process.
Firebake’s crowning feature is its twin woodfire ovens. One dome-shaped and the other tunnel-shaped, they allow bread to be baked and selected dishes to be slow-cooked. Hand built from some 5,000 bricks by specialized craftsmen over 6 weeks; they are a primal presence and the heart of the restaurant, because around them, and in full view of diners, the ‘theatre’ of breadmaking unfolds.
In the past in old Europe, the entire community would get together and bake bread on Sunday after church. Firebake embraces this tradition and recaptures its comforting spirit in its bread craft and a food experience that is best enjoyed with breads.
On the menu are tartines and sandwiches, salads, soups, stews, grilled and smoked meats and fish, and baked desserts – all tailored to complement the sourdough breads used in the form of sandwiches, toasts, chips, croutons and bits, and breadcrumbs. The flavours are global and contemporary while techniques are again historical European, and showcase the faceted use of the woodfire ovens and stoves, and cast iron pots and pans.
Ginett is a contemporary restaurant and wine bar in Singapore’s historic Arts District. Situated on the ground foor of Hotel G; Ginett is a go-to destination for guests looking for a relaxed yet buzzy escape.
Ginett serves hearty European favourites, superb French wines, quick and easy set lunches and high quality, affordable wines, are all part of Ginett’s wide-ranging offering, making it a memorable and accessible experience for everyone.
Sister to the popular Scarlett Restaurant & Wine Bar in Bangkok and Hong Kong, Ginett is helmed by Executive Chef Sylvain Royer. The restaurant features high ceilings, an open mezzanine with private working spaces, booths and communal tables.
Porta Fine Food & Import Company is the doorway to an eclectic haven of modern European cuisine and inspiring epicurean treasures from around the world. Expect dishes that skillfully combine fresh produce and seasonal flavours, as well as a retail area that will inspire one to create a wholesome meal worth savouring.
Porta aims to bring to you a fresh experience every season, the focused a la carte menu will be updated every season. Each item on the menu is made from scratch and combines the use of seasonal flavours and premium ingredients.
Helming Porta’s kitchen is Executive Chef Michael Suyanto. Trained in the classical French culinary traditions, the 31 year-old Indonesian has 12 years of culinary experience under his belt. An advocate of presenting his dishes in a clean and simple manner, Michael prefers to let his cooking skills and harmonious use of quality ingredients impress.
YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant is a modern European restaurant embodied with old-world charm situated in one of the preserved pre-war colonial bungalows in Seletar Aerospace Park.
The 130-seater bar & restaurant offers spacious indoor and outdoor dining spaces; including lounge and bar seating. Located in one of the preserved colonial bungalows that used to be part of the British airbase, YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant offers dining experiences filled with old-world charm away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore city life.
Led by Chef Nicholas Cheng, the diverse and experienced kitchen team serves savoury and creative varieties of European cuisine. Taking fresh and unique ingredients from all over the world, the menu features signatures such as Tomato Feta Salad and Warm Chunky Vegetable Salad for starters, Duck Ragout Pasta for pasta, Flank Steak for main course and Spiced Chocolate Cake for dessert.
Nestled within two conservation shophouses along heritage Amoy Street and the busy Central Business District, Birds of a Feather offers a respite for the busy working professionals and residents in the area.
The concept takes inspiration from Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan, said to be one of the most laid back cities, with parks, cafes & tea houses on every city street corner, and where history meets the modern world in perfect harmony.
Known to be the home of the 3,000-year old cultural relic, the golden sunbird, found in the Jinsha ruins in Chengdu, Birds of a Feather takes on a deeper meaning to reference the four sunbirds that protect the sun to ensure endless cycle of life.
Birds of a Feather offers a contemporary Western cuisine with a pronounced Sichuan influence. Look forward to lighter options such as Roasted Chicken & Avocado Salad with Szechuan pepper, Charcoal Roasted Romaine Lettuce with Fried Tofu Cheese Ball and Sesame dressing.
Mercado Spanish Food Market has hit the CBD with a splash of colours, lifting up the dull and stressful working atmosphere. Head there for a quick breakfast with their cold-pressed juices that are limited in stock as they get the bottles fresh daily.
You can choose to have a healthy lunch at Mercado as well – with its plethora of attractive food items you can feast your eyes on. You can also unwind after a hard day’s work pairing your Spanish rice bowls with Chef-Owner Jean-Philippe Patruno’s (fondly known as JP) own concoction of Sangria Punch!
Mercado is a Spanish word for “market” so the interiors of this restaurant is designed to align to the traditional markets in Spain. The food display counters boast vibrant colours of daily fresh and cooked ingredients, all tinged with the typical Spanish flavours of smokey paprika, hot chilli peppers, saffron, garlic and other assorted herbs and spices. Mercado stands out for us due to its cuisine-specific rice bowls as compared to other healthy rice bowl places where items are somewhat similar. It’s really easy to order so read on for our “step-by-step” guide.
Located in a shop house along North Canal Road, PYXIEMOSS is set to shake up the neighbourhood with its brand of innovative modern European cuisine with a British and sometimes Asian slant, spearheaded by Chef Tim Ross-Watson. Open only in the evenings, the restaurant and bar is a spiffy outfit where diners can sip on intriguing ‘chef-driven’ cocktails, nibble on addictive bar snacks, and indulge in moreish small plates at wallet-friendly prices.
Using a combination of traditional and cutting edge cooking techniques and tools, Chef Tim artfully transforms simple everyday ingredients into novel dishes that highlight his creativity and bold “MacGyver” approach to food; such as upcycling usually-discarded parts of select produce to render delightfully-layered yet familiar flavours.
A name that stems from Owner & Head Chef Tim’s fascination with moss - a hardy plant that thrives and grows even in the harshest of conditions, PYXIEMOSS is derived from Pixie moss; the only flowering moss in over 12,000 species, and alludes to the establishment’s aspiration to blossom and flourish.
Indulge in the perfect combination of sparkling wines and seafood at their contemporary European-Japanese Seafood Wine Bar. Relish freshly shucked oysters, their signature chilled seafood platters or savour the preserved natural flavours of fresh seafood done A La Plancha style on a hot grill.
Sakurazaka is a traditional shabu shabu concept with a European flair to its cuisine. Headed by Consultant Chef Masashi Horiuchi, Sakurazaka is inspired by his Japanese heritage, European culinary roots and his penchant for refined, convivial dining.
Sakurazaka is located in the Greenwood enclave whose leafy roadways and quiet affluence bears a resemblance to the city of Sakurazaka in Fukuoka, Japan. The restaurant’s interior design combines the old and new together with open layouts and sleek contemporary lines, the traditional use of wood in the walls, ceiling, and furniture.
In Sakurazaka, find six delicious broths, from the traditional ago dashi or dried flying fish stock, pork bone, chicken and vegetarian soya milk to more European touches such as Bouillabaisse stock and beef consommé.
On offer are selections of prime Japanese and European meats, vegetables and seafood, including less common items such as Kyushu Shirobuta pork, Japanese Aomori rice-fed beef, F1 Joshu Wagyu beef, and F1 Wagyu-Holstein cross-breed beef. At the end of meal, the diner can choose to have rice cooked together with leftover broth in the pot and mozzarella cheese for a savory, delicious risotto – a European influence on the traditional Japanese way of combining rice and broth towards the end of a shabu shabu meal.
Sakurazaka also offers traditional sukiyaki, in which meat and vegetables are first cooked in a pan, followed by the addition of broth and condiments such as soy sauce, sugar and mirin, resulting in a dish sweeter than shabu-shabu. The cooked ingredients dipped into a whole raw egg.
For desserts, Sakurazaka offers kakigori, a Japanese dessert of finely shaved ice flavoured with syrup and condensed milk. Sakurazaka has re-imagined kakigori, adding refinements such as Ujikintoki Green Tea and Hokkaido Milk, as well as European ingredients to produce the sensational Port Wine and Tiramisu kakigori.
The companion to excellent food is always a superb drink. Sakurazaka offers an exquisite choice of wines, sake, and Japanese craft beers. Sakurazaka is a concept by leading fine wine merchant, Wine Culture; bringing to the restaurant a curated selection of fine wines.
Nestled on the ground level of the hotel and taking over the premises of the previous restaurant Olive Tree is contemporary European dining restaurant Ash and Elm.
The ritzy space here has a cozy upmarket vibe with high-ceilings, gliterry chandeliers, and an intricately designed mosaic flooring complemented by marble and aged oak timbre tiles. Adding to the airy and spacious surroundings is a skylight canopy that runs through the entire length of the dining area.
On the 40th floor, nestled between the clouds and a 15,000-square-feet Sky Forest, Artemis is a new Singapore landmark showcasing the Mediterranean’s rich culinary heritage with the freshest organic produce.
Elevated above the hustle and bustle of the city on the rooftop of CapitaGreen, the restaurant and bar offer spectacular views of the urban skyline to the sea beyond.
With dining for 120 and private room seating of up to 40, as well as a breezy outdoor terrace ideal for savouring a broad portfolio of wine, cocktails and craft beers, Artemis embodies grand Mediterranean hospitality where the sky is the limit.
Portico's newest venue features richer and more robust versions of the modern European Portico flavours that you’ve come to love, partnered with the same extreme culinary creativity that has built their reputation.
In addition, you can now enjoy the finest cuts of premium steaks. Tucked away in the lush surroundings of Dempsey, Portico Prime will provide you with a truly unique and unforgettable dining experience.
Portico Prime continues to push the boundaries of modern cuisine with their undying passion for imaginative menu engineering. Their culinary team expertly crafts delectably designed set lunch menus paired with fine cocktails, and consisting of complementary yet contrasting dishes. Meat lovers may also enjoy trying their Portico Steak Wagon, which showcases only the best cuts of premium beef served with their signature steak sauce. Many of Portico’s signature dishes have been reinvented for Portico Prime, bringing them up to the next level with new flavours and textures. If you thought you enjoyed the food at Portico, you have a whole new experience awaiting you at Portico Prime.
Whitewoods Living has opened in the heart of the City.
Whitewoods collection is pure in essence and entices the senses. They are inspired by the palette of finishes from the nature as they believe it always withstand the test of time.
Our furniture uses European Oak and Black American Walnut from USA. Our wood has natural inherent qualities of splits and knots, making every piece unique. They are then finished with water-based stain and oiled, giving our furniture a natural feel.
Started by two chefs who met as boys in Restaurant Andre’s pioneering team, Garçons is an establishment that seeks to connect people through food.
After some years in different culinary paths, Chef-Partners Enoch Teo and Immanuel Tee are now teaming up to offer exquisite contemporary European cuisine influenced by their individual stints in different restaurants and starting up their own places.
Bringing together the best-ofs from Enoch’s European and IFK, Garçons is the pair’s latest venture to bring restaurant-quality cuisine to the masses in an affordable and accessible setting.
Committed to quality, excellence and innovation, each and every person on the team works towards the vision of serving up good food at friendly prices, with no pretence.
You can expect creative and contemporary renditions of familiar recipes, and innovative pairings that may raise an eyebrow or two, but win sceptics over by teasing their taste-buds into submission. Featured dishes on the menu include Kurobuta pork belly, spiced braised lamb shank, 48 hours beef short ribs on lava stones and chocolate Lava with home made gelato.
A marriage between French philosophy of natural seasonal flavors using fresh produce and modern culinary technique results in a honest, sincere and flavorful expression of the cuisine which makes one crave for more.
The restaurant makes the perfect venue for an evening soiree, to impress a date or to entertain business associates from out of town.
MÖBEL STORY (formerly known as Hi Ko) is a home-grown Singapore furniture company with extensive knowledge and experience in exquisite handcrafted designer furniture and decorative arts.
A recipient of the 2012's Singapore Outstanding Entrepreneur Awards, MÖBEL STORY believes that behind every quality piece of furniture and artwork, is a story to tell and aims to showcase the unique and individual tales of each piece.
With a newly launched flagship concept store located at the tranquil Loewen Road by Dempsey Hill, the MÖBEL STORY's 4,000 square feet show floor features a wide range of furniture pieces from world-renowned European brands such as hülsta, now! by hulsta, Leolux, Kymo, Paola C and FLEXA, offering a unique blend of style and elegance in its designer furniture items made of the highest quality.
The bakery prides itself in the creation of exquisite handcrafted breads using only the finest quality ingredients from Europe. A group of dedicated, highly skilled craftsmen then combines the Japanese, European and Taiwanese styles of bread making to create an impressive line up of artisan breads.
Heading Duke Bakery as the Founder and Executive Pastry Chef, is 29 year old Allen Tsai. At the age of 17, the Taiwanese-born Tsai left home for Japan, France and Germany to learn from the celebrated masters of the baking trade. With ten years of valuable experience, the budding bread connoisseur has also gained himself a solid reputation in the baking industry.
Llaollao is Frozen Yogurt. As it’s natural, it’s one of the healthiest and most recommended products in the world, thanks to the goodness in it and its high nutritional value.
It is made from skimmed milk at the moment of serving and combined with the finest toppings (from freshly-chopped seasonal fruits to cereals, fun crunchy toppings and delicious sauces), making it even more delicious and healthy.
Their natural yoghurt has very low-fat content and contain high source of calcium. Being a probiotic food, it regulates the digestive system and strengthens the immunological system.
Llaollao is the fastest-growing European Brand in the frozen yoghurt market already has 135 outlets in more than 120 countries.
Zaku is one of the exciting new food-and-beverage offerings that will be opening very soon at Capitol Singapore.
Zaku's offerings, the modern sake bar, will start with about 40 premium and exclusive sake labels and offer Japanese food with a European touch. It will also be helmed by ex-Ku Da Ta Executive Head Chef, Dan Segall.
Open Door Policy, Tiong Bahru’s favourite neighbourhood hangout, is launching a globetrotting new menu by Head Chef Daniele Sperindio and a revamped interior.
The new menu draws inspiration from far and wide throughout Asia, Latin America and Europe and has been streamlined to offer a focused selection of key dishes created in a collaborative effort between Chef Daniele and Chef-owner Ryan Clift of Tippling Club.
The new dishes are surprising yet familiar, boasting a higher level of complexity with more premium-quality ingredients, innovative and well-layered flavour profiles, and interesting presentations — while staying true to the modern bistro’s style of fusion European, Western and Asian flavours.
Standout items within the menu include the Kale Broth, a healthy starter poured table-side over crispy kale, smoked quail eggs and extra virgin olive oil “caviar”; Guacamole Risotto, with fresh chilli, slow-boiled hen egg and crème fraîche borrows its flavours and cheeky tortilla chip garnish from Latin America; a lean cut of Australian Kangaroo Fillet served agrodolce-style in a vinegar jus and accompanied with roasted Brussels sprouts with pine nuts and baby onions, and sautéed warrigal greens. Regulars will be pleased to find that the menu also features a number of amped up bistro classics, such as the quintessential Braised Beef Cheek is slow-cooked for 48 hours then served with velvety black truffle mash, roasted mushrooms and rich red wine jus.
An all new selection of Natural Wines have been introduced to the menu — made with minimal chemical and technological intervention during the growing and winemaking process, these wines are farmed organically without and produced without adding or removing any naturally occurring elements. Natural Wines are an ideal complement to the new dishes at ODP for a wholesome dining experience focused on premium ingredients.
Ensconced in warm hues of beige and wooden finishes, the Skyline Room at One Farrer Hotel and Spa, is a breathtaking repose high above the bustle of urban life with stunning vistas of Singapore city skyline. Enjoy a host of privileges, including private access to your own dining, fitness and spa facilities.
Wake up to captivating views of the Lion City in the Skyline Studio's spacious haven. Sit back on the plush sofa in the extensive living area and take in the panoramas from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Immerse yourself in a sumptuous bubble bath in the luxurious marble-walled bathroom, designed to soothe your mind and body, in your very own spa-styled haven inspired by the calming influences of nature.
Exquisitely appointed with modern European-style furnishings, the Skyline Suite, impresses with its beautiful interiors framed by sweeping metropolitan vistas of Singapore. The expansive suite features a separate living and work space, leading into a tranquil bedroom where you can recharge your energies in an oasis of comfort and elegance.
FYR Cycene Ond Drinc (pronounced as FIRE Kitchen And Drink) is the newest casual dining restaurant in central business district.
Against the backdrop of Chinatown’s historic allure, FYR promises an intriguing experience that harks back to a simpler time. Rustic décor and storied wall murals lend the restaurant a distinct olden-day charm. Even its moniker is as old as time — it is the etymology of fire. Fire is one of the most important elements in life, especially in cooking. They aim to peel back the layers of complexity to produce food that can bring you a lot of joy.
All of FYR’s cuisines and dishes are whipped up using the Josper Charcoal Oven. This culinary practice pays tribute to a time when food was cooked atop wood chunks and over a roaring fire. The chefs of FYR use lychee wood, which gives the dishes a wonderful smoky note that is tinged with sweetness.
FYR purveys an array of authentic, modern cuisines that perfectly captures the European culture. The chefs opt for herbs and spices found in the Southeast Asian region and use them to enliven the dishes. The dishes, varying from grilled meat to seafood, will be an instant hit with Singaporeans, who possess an inclination towards spicy food.
Some of the mainstays at FYR include: Baked Freshly-Shucked Oysters: noble sweet paprika, roasted garlic, chilli padi, spring onion and calamansi all lend a distinctive quality to the fresh and succulent oysters. Grain-fed US Holstein Cow Ribeye 365 Days: this glorious slab of ribeye, cooked to perfection, comes with house salad with java curry dressing and a choice of either buttered cassava or mashed potato.
Whole Maine Lobster: this gigantic lobster, sprawled across the plate, is bound to turn heads. The aroma of the shallot lemongrass béchamel will also waft through the air and whet appetites. Seafood Linguine: tossed with al dente pasta is a potpourri of seafood ingredients as well as lobster bisque, laksa leaves and Thai basil.
Wash these great cuisines down with FYR’s special concoctions. The Apple Rosemary is a delightful blend of fresh apple juice, fresh rosemary and infused lemon syrup. The tangy Lime and Mint is a mix of fresh lime, mint leaves and mint syrup, and will help to cleanse palates.
The Ginger Lemongrass, made with lemon tea, fresh ginger and lemongrass, will help to invigorate senses. The sweet Hibiscus Mint features hibiscus tea, fresh apple juice and infused mint syrup.
Another unique concoction that FYR offers is Grilled Fresh Fruit Juice – expect a rich and caramelized flavour as the bartenders grill the seasonal fruits before juicing. Merrymakers can also quaff the restaurant’s fine selection of red and white wines.
Violet Herbs is a new age semi-formal fine dining restaurant located in Singapore’s well known business district, Tanjong Pagar.
Violet Herbs stands true to providing authentic Modern European taste. They differentiate themselves by an extensive use of herbs in all of their food and signature cocktails. A newly opened restaurant, they reflect a sense of novelty, seeking to provide you with a bit of something new, striking a dash of curiosity and interest.
Serving Modern European cuisines, you will get to experience the finest of French and Italian dishes right here in Asia. The menu features delectable and innovative dishes such as Foie Gras Mousse, Marinated Red Miso Cod and Sous Vide 48 Hours Wagyu Beef Cheek using the freshest of ingredients.
Violet Herbs houses a 2-storey, 70 seater restaurant where the interior design surrounds the theme of comfort and elegance.
Feel like a royal without having to be too classy in their purple themed ground floor. Or, unwind yourselves in a more naturesque vibe and experience simplicity in their very own nature themed second floor. Explore their very own herb garden too, featuring up to 20 different kinds of herbs that are grown with extra love and care.
Featuring a spread for lunch & dinner that represents the essence of European cooking with an exclusive charcoal grilled Tapas menu; and like any good European restaurant, SELA has a wide range of wines to select from - all the better to go with the fine food that will definitely entice your palette. If wine isn't for you, SELA also has a few hard-to-find Japanese craft beers.
Set in the heart of Singapore in Seah Street, right next to Raffles Hotel, SELA's friendly wait staff will be happy to make your dining a pleasurable event.
32 Seah Street
Tel: +65 6337 6358 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clarins will we offering a brand new beauty experience at ION Orchard on the 16th February.
The Clarins brand was born with the desire to advance beauty by making it more real and natural.
An expert blend of pure plant extracts, advanced technology and flawless innovation has put Clarins on the beauty map as the European leader in luxury skin care for more than 50 years. Their botanical-based makeup and skincare is the result of their love for nature and the constant global search for the purest, most beautifully beneficial ingredients.
Step into an oasis of rejuvenation at the Spa Retreat. Luxuriate in revitalising spa and wellness treatments, harnessing both the healing power of ancient Asian traditions and European cutting-edge expertise.
Energise your mind, body and soul with a myriad of face and body therapies that will enhance your total wellbeing.
After a long day, take a meditative stroll through their reflexology water walk and relaxation gardens. Enjoy a rejuvenating soak in their Japanese-style onsens and melt away the tensions of the day.
One Farrer Hotel & Spa, 1 Farrer Park Station Road