UnPackt is the first zero-waste specialty grocer and wholesaler in Singapore to offer packaging-free shopping. Following the debut of their well-received flagship store, they recently established their second store in the heart of the central business district at Downtown Gallery.
You can pick up quality groceries and daily lifestyle products in your own containers. UnPackt helps you to minimize food waste and excessive plastic packaging, while saving you money on your grocery bill.
Unpackt is also a social enterprise which aims to employ single parents and elderly, with an aim to cultivate a conscious community within the neighbourhood.
Located on the ground floor of Capitol Piazza, guests can choose to sit indoors, within the main restaurant; outdoors, for a more alfresco feel, or at the mezzanine level for a bird’s eye view that’s perfect for people-watching during a light lunch.
Enjoy an assortment of sandwiches and salads or Berthold's fragrant coffee of German or Local blend. You can also shop a curated range of confectionery and pantry supplies from the deli.
Well known and loved by millions of people across the world, Marks & Spencer offers high quality fashion, award-winning food and stylish homeware. Their VivoCity store has gone through a major revamp and now features an all-new Food Hall & Cafe.
Founded more than a century ago and with 1,000+ stores across 45+ countries, today Marks & Spencer is one of the UK’s leading retailers. They understand the importance of Quality, Value, Service, Innovation and Trust and live by these values in everything that they do. Through constant innovation, they make their own products and tailor the shopping experience to delight customers around the world.
Niku Kin is a modern Japanese restaurant that specializes in yakiniku and wagyu bowl dishes, which use 100% Hokkaido Wagyu.
The newest addition to the Craig Road neighbourhood, the restaurant blends the freshest and highest quality food and drinks with top level service in a fun and casual environment.
The menu, which changes daily, is created by Chef Tsubo from Hokkaido and focuses on all 32 parts of a Hokkaido bred Wagyu Cow, from rib to rump. Enjoy the marbled meat, cooked on traditional charcoal grills.
Niku Kin is also proud to be a farm-to-table restaurant. You can shop for their wagyu cuts via their online store and enjoy the quality meat in your own home.
Little Farms has come to Holland Village! Not only bringing patrons their biggest range of over 2,000 fresh, whole foods and gourmet grocery products to date; this neighbourhood grocer also has a Little Farms Café serving up healthy dishes. Enjoy their all-day breakfast inspired menu made with the same foods and produce that they bring to their shelves. Select from a variety of salads, sandwiches and wraps made fresh daily plus Allpress Espresso coffee for your coffee craving.
Customers will be able to shop an entire display packed with dairy-free beverages & frozen desserts; gluten-free & paleo snacks and many more.
Little Farms is Singapore’s neighbourhood market, specialising in the highest quality and freshest produce, meats, seafood, dairy, grocery and more.
In opening Little Farms, their mission was to create a place that offers the freshest, healthiest, and finest groceries from trusted farmers and artisans around the world, all while delivering exceptional service. Their aim is to discover, introduce and offer products that meet their - and your - uncompromising standards. Their passion for first-rate food, value and service is only matched by their desire to share their products and knowledge with you.
You can also find Little Farms at Novena, River Valley and Tanjong Pagar.
Finally. A store that helps us solve the problem of food waste and excessive plastic packaging, while saving you money on your weekly grocery bill. UnPackt is the first zero-waste bulk store in Singapore that offers their customers the luxury of quality-assured food and daily lifestyle products in their own containers so they are free from plastic waste.
Opening soon in May; the store will also run a recycling scheme offering donated containers for customers who visit the store without their own. Reusable containers can also be bought.
Co-founded by former business executives Jeff Lam and Florence Tay, UnPackt is a social enterprise that aims to spread the zero-waste message and make packaging-free shopping more accessible in Singapore. The store will hire staff from two disadvantaged groups, seniors and single parents.
Driven by their desire to provide the best gourmet food for everyday living, Jones the Grocer aims to inspire and excite the imagination of all food lovers.
Jones the Grocer is an Australian origin food emporium aimed at inspiring a love of great food and providing customers with a full gourmet experience. Their retail offering includes a wide range of fine foods sourced locally and internationally, including artisan groceries, a European deli, a walk-in cheese room, specialty coffee, freshly baked breads and pastries, homewares, gifts and hampers.
Jones the Grocer has become the ultimate food lover’s destination in many international locations with stores currently in Australia, New Zealand, Qatar, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.
Premium Japan Farmers Market is the first of its kind in Singapore to offer an extensive range of top quality vegetables, fruits, meat products, processed food products, and sake - all exclusively brought in from Japan.
You will also experience an unparalleled GO-ZEN bento experience presented by Japanese chefs, where you can look forward to creating your very own ready-to-eat bento box from a mouthwatering array of premium options, flown directly in from Japan to ensure freshness and quality.
Designed with the intention of sharing good food in all its forms, The Providore Downtown aims to create an environment for people to enjoy and learn about wholesome and quality products in an inspiring space.
Operating as a cafe, deli, bakery, grocer, takeaway station, cooking studio and wine room all-under-one-roof, The Providore Downtown is a multi-concept store you should not miss.
Oh, we should mention that they have the largest walk-in cheese room in Singapore.
Greater Lot by Cedele is a collective foods store featuring a bakery, retail store and dining to support your eating choices. They’re committed to serving natural and wholesome foods, with a superfoods menu, a variety of bakes with unrefined sugar and selecting natural beverages without additives to fuel you with the freshest they can get their hands on.
Experience the food they make from scratch where they consciously integrated health, flavours and variety as they craft modern comfort dishes for everyday dining.
Bottega at Hong Kong Street brings you an authentic Italian gastro bar & grocery experience.
Bottega (means shop in Italian), is a place where you can find the typical Italian grocery products for your everyday use, plus you can enjoy delectable dishes by their skilled chefs.
Being an importer, Bottega selects all the ingredients from passionate artisan producers for their carefully crafted Italian dishes.
Their pizza is made with Petra 3 (100% Italian soft wheat blend), which is grown using integrated farming systems and tracked from field to the stone mill, free of mycotoxins, pesticides and preservatives.
Their sauce is made with 100% Italian tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, fresh herbs and cheeses.
At Bottega, they also serve specially selected Italian beers, wine and mineral water to complement your food.
Enjoy a piece of Italy in Singapore, brought to you by Bottega.
TASTE at Raffles Holland V is an integrated retail and dining concept, complete with whole food goodnesses.
Created by the people behind Swiss Butchery (Tanglin), in partnership with the likes of Jones the Grocer and Frisch Seafood, among others; the 557 sqm space has 10 different sections, including fruit and vegetable, beverage, meat, seafood, charcuterie, bakery, cheese room and more, featuring seasonal produce flown in from France, Thailand, Japan and the US.
At TASTE, you will enter a world of epicurean delight. It is an experience that goes far beyond tasty eating - it is a lifestyle.
Shoppers can have their raw purchases cooked at two sit-down restaurants within the premise which are SENS and Otto’s Deli Fresh. They both charge a nominal cooking fee of $8/100gm.
What can you do with a 4,000sqft restaurant space? Put 250 seats into it and attempt to be one of the largest seating restaurants in Singapore or turn it into a lifestyle restaurant with books, grocery, music and a little space to breathe. Real Food chose the latter.
Previously located at Killiney Road, they have recently shifted to Orchard Central.
The people at Real Food spend an incredible amount of time plus effort in preparing and sourcing for good quality and ‘ethical’ food to put on their menu.
The food items may just be names to you but there are remarkable stories behind every single one of them – like the amazing but often victimised farmers and raw food producers, their struggles of believing in the food industry differently and standing by it, the meticulous process of creating real food, the emotional attachments to them, their critics, and the good people that put them together.
Their cafes' selection are free from processed ingredients (food grade or otherwise), artificial preservatives and Trans-fat. Last but not least, they are meat free.
The folks from Lab SG have a new dessert and bakery project a few doors from their mainstay at Jalan Pisang, Sinseh: The Grocery.
Occupying a small shophouse half the size of their restaurant, the intimate space is minimalist yet cozy with whitewashed concrete walls, wooden shelf displays of trinkets like retro cookie jars and cooking memorabilia, and a corner dedicated to fancy cutlery and artisan baking goods for sale. But don't expect to get too cushy because apart from a table and a few chairs outside, there aren't any dine-in options.
Apart from the usual croissants and baguettes and focaccia, the in-house bakery here does hearty bagel sandwiches with fillings like salmon and dill, turkey bacon and egg, grilled cheese and grilled vegetable. Desserts include death-by-carbs option bagel ice cream sandwich with homemade vanilla ice cream and fruit, nut and chocolate chips. Just like their predecessors at Lab SG, they're pretty big on dessert drinks like the earl grey float that sees a dollop of their home made early grey ice cream on a root beer or Coke, virgin lychee mojitos and caramel apple fizz.
Emporium Shokuhin is Singapore's first integrated Japanese Emporium featuring a live seafood market, a beef dry-aging facility, a Japanese Gourmet Grocer and 8 unique dining concepts, all in one location as an exquisite epicurean destination.
Singaporeans' love affair with Japanese cuisine continues to grow as more purveyors bring in the freshest produce from the country.
Add one more shopping and dining place to the list - the $10-million Emporium Shokuhin at level one of Marina Square's new wing.
The 34,000 sq ft space - about the size of 28 five-room Housing Board flats - features an 11,000 sq ft gourmet grocer section. It includes tanks filled with live seafood from Japan and Europe; a customised temperature- and humidity-controlled facility for aged beef; and a wide range of vegetables, fruits and condiments.