Conceived by multi-Michelin starred chef Juan Amador, Hüseyin Turan and The Science Kitchen, House On The Moon at Great World City is a dessert bar serving creations by Michelin-classed chefs, tastefully paired by a qualified Sri Lankan tea taster.
House On The Moon Retail on the second floor of the mall is an extension of your experience at their dessert bar on level 1. Be-Your-Own-Chef by choosing from many types of teas, ales, ice-creams and desserts. Plate the elements at home to host a party or share with loved ones.
Rise and shine with appetizing breakfasts from 8am weekdays, all-day menu from 11am, which is available at the newly-opened PS.Cafe at Great World City.
Established in 1999, PS.Cafe has become a Singapore institution synonymous with delivering gourmet comfort food in urban escapes with friendly service. Celebrate the everyday with an all-day menu that spans western café classics to Asian street food.
Coocaça (“coo-ka-sa”) specializes in a hearty range of Smoothie Bowls, Açai Soft Serve, and Superfood Smoothies, made with the freshest fruits and never compromises on quality and taste. Your everyday pit-stop for an extra dose of sunshine!
Their humble mission is to bring the freshest flavours to town and encapsulate the purest tastes of goodness in their products that will make you feel good – any time, any day.
Goobne's oven-roasted chicken is delightfully crunchy and succulent. With less trans fat, carbohydrates, sodium and calories, Goobne has delighted customers since 2005 and is the most popular oven-roasted chicken in Korea. Visit Goobne's very first Singapore franchised outlet at Great World City and discover why this chicken is so popular.
The restaurant has celebrity brand ambassadors like K-pop band EXO, who promoted their spicy Volcano Chicken dish.
Great World City is home to Hooga's newest store and they have everything HOOGA-LIC prepared for you to indulge in yourself and the people that you love. From your bedroom to the bathroom, from the dining room to the living room, from the knick knacks to the occasional furniture. Be spoilt for choices when you shop at Hooga for your home.
Hooga (pronounced hue-guh) is a concept of living derived from the Danish word “hygge”. But what is the meaning of hygge? The hygge concept cannot be translated to one single word but it encompasses a feeling of cosy contentment and well-being through enjoying the simple things in life. With so many cold, dark days during the winter month, the Danes incorporate hygge into their daily life to create a wonderfully warm and cosy atmosphere.
Hygge is the art form of creating intimacy in any given moment. It’s about sitting by the fire with a mug of cocoa, enjoying the company of your loved ones or waking up on a chilly morning, reading a book while you’re all wrapped up in a blanket.
When it comes to embracing the concept, it’s always about creating a warm and cosy atmosphere. Candles, lamps, and fireplaces are among the common uses of lighting. It is common in Scandinavian decor to find candles scattered throughout the space or fairy lights draped across the mantle. Colour palette that is neutral contributes to an atmosphere of harmony and peace. Soft and fluffy textures are some of the key elements in the hygge concept. Think: fluffy pillows and soft rugs. There’s nothing better than snuggling up on the couch with layers of blankets and pillows.
The Danish concept of hygge has spread its warmth across the world and has inspired and influenced their brand – Hooga.
Explore Elemen’s brand-new dining concept at Great World City, Elemen Classic! Their specially curated menu features all the popular and beloved dishes of Elemen, as well as new dishes that are exclusively available at this new outlet.
Elemen Classic focuses on doling out modern interpretations of meatless dishes, which are whipped up using natural and wholesome ingredients. Through the liberal use of nourishing ingredients and superfoods such as wild rice, burdock roots, maca and black Chinese wolfberries in Elemen's delicious dishes, the brand aims to improve the well-being of their diners. Even the sea salt they use is from South Africa, known for its distinct natural flavour and ability to boost the immune system.
The interior design of Elemen Classic reflects its name perfectly. Stepping into the restaurant is akin to wandering freely in a garden on a gorgeous spring or summer day. A palette of teak and gold dominates the design, and along with marble table tops and floral walls, lends sophistication. Natural elements such as rattan and vertical greens bring balance and harmony, and help guests feel a connection with nature. The elegant design makes Elemen Classic a suitable place for family gatherings and business meetings.
At the new outlet, you can choose to order a la carte dishes, or indulge in the six or eight-course set menus. There is a spellbinding repertoire of meatless dishes, starting with The Classic Appetiser and Truffle Breadstick with Blueberry Yogurt Sauce, and includes mains such as the Kale Tofu, which is made in-house, with Wild Rice.
Ho Fook Hei at Great World City is Joyden Concepts' newest restaurant. Ho Fook Hei’s cooked-to-perfection Specialty Rose Wine Soy Sauce Chicken is prepared the traditional Cantonese way, using a time-honoured recipe passed down through the years.
The Cantonese have a saying that “a meal is not complete without having chicken”. The chicken symbolises not only prosperity, but also good fortune (“ho fook hei” in Cantonese), and is a must-have especially during festive occasions and celebrations. “Soy Sauce Chicken” was said to have been created over a hundred years ago in Guangdong Province, when a master chef from out of town sought to spice up the way the Cantonese traditionally poached chicken at a famous local restaurant, substituting bland water with a fragrant soy sauce based braising liquid, resulting in a flavourful dish that has become synonymous with Cantonese cuisine.
Ho Fook Hei’s Specialty Rose Wine Soy Sauce Chicken is prepared the traditional Cantonese way, using a time-honoured recipe passed down through the years. Poached in an aromatic braising liquid of superior soy sauce and a secret blend of Chinese herbs and spices resulting in a chicken that is flavourful to the bone with a hint of their signature rose wine fragrance.
Four Seas Fish Grill at Great World City pairs the freshest fish which are sourced directly from both local and international seas with their flavourful signature homemade Asian sauces such as their Old Ginger Sauce, Traditional Nonya Sauce and Homemade Sambal Chilli.
Their sauces are meticulously prepared from scratch using all natural ingredients. Grilled, steamed, pan-seared or wok-tossed, their specially-curated pairings accentuate the flavour of each fish, while retaining their succulent and delicate texture. Savour the delicious wholesome goodness that is fish today!
MAVRX Coffee Bar is nestled in the corner of the Great World City office lobby. Having opened it’s first outlet at Duxton Hill with a strong focus on coffee, they’ve expanded their menu to include a selection of aromatic teas, and special lattes such as Genmaicha and a Seven spice chai.
Using the Allpress Espresso Blend made from 4 origins- Brazil, Sumatra, Colombia & Guatemala, our MAVRX house blend is a medium roasted coffee blend showcasing primary flavours of caramel and cocoa with a clean, crisp apple acidity.
Chateau de Sable has 15 stores in 5 countries (Asia, UEA and Europe) and you can find their newest store at Great World City.
Château de Sable comes from their French designer, Stéphanie Lemaire’s spirit. Coming from a family working in the textile industry, design and creation were soon running in her blood.
She wanted to create a collection representing both childhood innocence and joy and named her brand perfectly as “Château de Sable” which translate to sandcastle, the preferred activity of children along the beaches.
Their designs are driven and inspired by the belief that “children should look like children”. The innocence and the vitality of children at play is their inspiration and they are committed to design healthy and comfy garments.
Michelin-starred ramen restaurant from Tokyo, Konjiki Hototogisu, has set up their 2nd restaurant at the new wing of the revamped Great World City.
Operating as Hototogisu Ramen at Great World City, this new branch boasts a spanking new menu lineup which has been developed by newly-crowned Michelin-Starred Master Chef Yamamoto.
Exclusive to the Great World City branch is the introduction of "Oyster Ramen" with two versions for patrons to choose from. Either the clear soup based Oyster Shio Ramen ($15.90) and Oyster Paitan Ramen ($15.90) with creamier broth.
Currently on hiatus, True Fitness at Great World City will reopen in June with a brand new and entirely refreshed look.
True Fitness spans over 180,000 sq ft of total combined space from their 8 convenient locations which are strategically located across Singapore. All True Fitness centres come equipped with state-of-the-art fitness facilities, new cardiovascular machines, latest integrated TVs and iPod Links as well as True’s signature VIP Black Card Lounges.
In addition, members can choose from a wide variety of classes such as Yoga, Hot Yoga, Dance, Group X and Spinning classes.
The True Group is one of Asia’s largest fitness and wellness groups which mainly consist of businesses in Fitness and Yoga.
Established in late 2004 in Singapore, this Singapore brand has established its presence in three countries – Singapore, Taiwan and China. Committed to providing the best yoga and fitness facilities, the True Group has invested in excess of S$100 million regionally and now has more than 110,000 members across the region.
Estimated to cost more than $50 million, works will be carried out over two years and should be completed by the third quarter of 2020.
Aside from typical upgrading of façade, skylights, flooring and ceiling for a refurbishment; Allgreen will also reconfigure the escalators and interior walkways to enhance navigation and accessibility of consumers. It also plans to connect the office’s lifts to the mall’s third level.
Uniquely-designed dual-level retail pods in the foyer of the mall are also part of the renovation plan, which are among the first for shopping malls here in Singapore.
The mall will also house some 50 new tenants. And the F&B offerings will increase from the current 20 per cent to 30 per cent of net lettable space when works are completed.
Shoppers can look forward to an enhanced shopping experience at Great World City in the near future after its transformation.
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.