Located on Amoy Street, Avenue 87 is a restaurant inspired by the personal journeys of 2 Singaporean chef friends of remarkable talent and training. On offer is a Modern Asian cuisine prepared from scratch with carefully sourced regional produce.
What sets the restaurant apart is the seamless synergy of co-Chef-Founders Glen Tay and Alex Phan, and the unique brand of creativity and innovation they bring. Also special is the platform it affords to dynamic brands, producers, and talents of Singapore and the region.
Dining at Avenue 87 is a deep dive into gastronomy in which two chefs at the top of their game push each other’s boundaries to produce magic.
Avenue 87 is housed in a 2-storey heritage shophouse at 47 Amoy Street. The first level is a restaurant with open kitchen seating 24; and the upper floor is a 26-seat lounge with bar, launching in early-2021.
Chefs Glen and Alex bring to the table well-loved Asian favourites, given a creative twist using traditional and contemporary techniques. The familiar flavours of childhood, and the dishes they love to eat today, are the starting points of their innovation, the end results bringing a sense of nostalgia and comfort to the diner.
Avenue 87 serves a Modern Asian cuisine of well-known dishes transformed by the memories, travels, and professional discourse of the two chefs. Many components are prepared from scratch. The local and the artisanal are celebrated, and old and new methods explored and often combined. The results are nostalgic yet contemporary; and always comforting. The dinner tasting menu, inspired by foods that Glen and Alex loved growing up, comprises either four or six courses, with a wine pairing option specially curated by Si Hao. Glen and Alex recommend the 6-course tasting menu for an immersive gastronomic experience.
Britain’s renowned folding bikes manufacturer, Brompton Junction will debut its Southeast Asia’s flagship store at Funan. To celebrate this, Brompton Junction will launch a Lion City special edition – available solely at the Funan flagship store.
The Brompton was designed in 1975 and they have had an exciting journey since then.
Their mission at Brompton is to change the way people live and move in cities. A Brompton is the perfect companion, offering uncompromised mobility and allowing you to explore the world you live in with a sense of independence and freedom without any limits.
Originally designed and built by their founder, Cambridge graduate Andrew Ritchie, in his flat in South Kensington opposite the Brompton Oratory church in West London from humble beginnings, Brompton has now become the iconic folding bike company, the world's favourite and the largest bicycle manufacturer in Great Britain.
A Brompton can be personalised by you, for you. Handlebar shape, frame colour, components and gearing; there are over 16 million possible variants you can create, depending on your individual requirements and personal style. Each bike is handmade, bespoke for you and each frame uniquely hand brazed by skilled craftsmen at their London factory.
A concept by Chef Rishi Naleendra and his wife Manuela Toniolo of the former Cheek by Jowl; Cheek Bistro on Boon Tat Street serves modern Australian fare - marrying the fresh, eclectic flavours of the cuisine style, with the comforting, hearty notes of bistro cooking.
Enjoy their à la carte menu which includes distinctively Cheek creations of Beef Tartare with Millet, Smoked Maple, Endives; Spanish Mackerel with Zucchini, Basil; and dessert of Goat's Cheese Parfait with Berries, White Chocolate.
They say all good things must come to an end, but with endings come new beginnings too. After 23 years on Circular Road, Mag’s Wine Kitchen has relocated to the charming Keong Saik Road.
Mag’s has since 1996 been offering customers a venue for good wines, food and camaraderie. Owned by banker turned chef, Mag and her team continue to create bistro styled food with a modern twist. “The premise behind our cuisine will always be simplicity, using the freshest ingredients in the market.” said Mag.
Mag’s is a chic and intimate restaurant serving up modern French cuisine and a curated wine & sake list boasting over 150 different labels.
Located along Duxton Hill, the 28-seater Rizu offers some of the best Japanese food representations using the finest and freshest ingredients. One of their signatures is the Ikedukuri – live seafood sashimi.
Treat yourself to Rizu's must-try creations like Botanebi Sushi, Special Kaisendon, Botan Ebi, Crunchy Spicy Tuna Rolls and so much more.
A carefully curated collection of fine and rare wines and spirits - including some sought-after whiskeys - complement your gastronomic journey, be it a discreet dinner for two to an extravagant bespoke menu of delicacies designed specially for you. Experience at CHINOISERIE, the Grand Cru of Asian cuisine.
CHINOISERIE Modern Asian by Justin Quek. An exclusive fine dining restaurant by Asia’s premier celebrity chef Justin Quek.
Luxuriously plush down to the finest detail and with sumptuously outfitted private dining rooms, CHINOISERIE is where a new level of Chinese fine dining is presented with the panache and savoir faire of European fine dining establishments.
House of MU on Mohamed Sultan Road takes pride in delivering quality & delicious dishes using seasonal fresh produce.
Going back to basics, their Michelin-starred Head Chef, Joon (formerly from Les Amis) highlights the natural flavours of simple ingredients, elevating taste by using modern cooking techniques and delivering a true culinary experience in a casual setting.
Tucked away at 74 Tras Street, Don & Tori is a modern Japanese restaurant that strips away the traditions of Japanese cuisine and serves Japanese inspired cocktails. Don & Tori is a complete and dynamic culinary experience.
Don & Tori’s extensive menu features an innovative list of signature donburi bowls and makis, as well as yakimono (grilled or pan-fried) items and creates a serene Japanese inspired dining enclave in the heart of the Central Business District.
Pleased to be joining the long list of culinary heavyweights on Tras Street and helmed by Chef Jack Chang under the guidance of renowned local chefs Raymond Tan and Max Lai, Don & Tori’s delectable menu showcases departure from traditional Japanese cuisine with instant favourites like Sakura Ebi Angel Hair Pasta ($32) and Truffle Wagyu Foie Gras Don ($38). Other dishes such as the Gyu Steak ($45) and the Scallop Butter Yaki ($25), which are cooked over an open charcoal grill, are a treat for the more traditionalists.
Flown directly from Japan’s iconic Tsukiji Fish Market, Don & Tori’s seasonal menu is unique and produce-driven, utilizing the freshest possible ingredients as they come into season. With a live sushi bar, diners are able to witness firsthand the kitchen’s undoubted knife skills that are a spectacle to watch.
Paired exquisitely with the food, a small, punchy cocktail menu holds its own with a Japanese twist on classic cocktails. Drawing on unexpected savoury ingredients such as salmon and wagyu, as well as more traditional flavours like yuzu and sakura and house-made syrups, Don & Tori’s cocktail menu takes you on a mouth-watering journey. Further premium Japanese sake and shochu varieties are also also available on hand for the more discerning of drinkers.
Don & Tori is now open, serving you lunch and dinner daily from Monday to Saturday from 12pm onwards.
Chef Christophe Lerouy (formerly of Alma by Juan Amador) has started a brand new modern French restaurant, Restaurant Lerouy, on Stanley Street.
Diners get to sit around the eye-catching long & winding counter which frames the open kitchen.
There are three-, five- and seven-course tasting menus to select from for lunch and dinner. For the month of December, chef Lerouy will work his magic and presents his version of Christmas foie gras creation.
Originally from France, the decorated chef Lerouy brings with him a myriad of food cultures and techniques from his culinary exploits around the world. He spent his formative years receiving a strong foundation in classical French techniques under the tutelage and apprenticeship of Michelin-starred chefs Christian Le Aquer (Le Pavillon Ledoyen) and Guy Martin (Le Grand Vefour), Pourcel Brothers (Le Jardin des Sens). Thereafter, he worked in Los Angeles, Shanghai, Marrakech, Abu Dhabi and one year in Singapore in 2008 when he was sous chef The Lighthouse Restaurant.
Chef Lerouy’s classical French foundation incorporated modernist leanings at Amador Restaurant and Cellar at the Park Rotana Abu Dhabi, as well as at Alma by Juan Amador. It was at Alma where his culinary excellence and direction as the restaurant’s Chef de Cuisine was awarded the one star accolade in the 2016 Singapore Michelin Guide.
DSTLLRY par Christophe Lerouy serves Modern French Asian Cuisine and is a space where what you smell, taste, see and hear is distilled by Andrew Lum & Chrisotpohe Lerouy to its essence for an unforgettable experience!
With almost 20 years of experience in various restaurants around the world including Michelin starred restaurant. Chef Lerouy was awarded his 1st Michelin star in Alma By Juan Amador as a Chef De cuisine. After he left Alma by Juan Amador. He furthers his journey as a co-owner of Dstllry par Christophe Lerouy, and introduces his unique modern French cuisine with influence of Asian touch to his new project in collaboration with the founder of DSTLLRY, Andrew Lum.
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.
A modern Japanese Shabu Shabu, Sukiyaki restaurant and Sake bar, Black Cow, has opened its doors to serve a Kanto-style Sukiyaki not found anywhere else in Singapore. Using only the finest and freshest Japanese produce, Black Cow emphasizes quality over quantity. Try their delicious prime cut, signature Omi A5 marbled beef or their most prized Matsusaka A5 Wagyu beef reserved for only the most ELITE meat-eaters.
Try their elaborate selection of carefully curated appetizers or enjoy one of many exquisite alternatives such as the Taraba Kani King Crab or Kurobuta Pork Shabu Shabu. These popular dishes are made from a unique, freshly boiled soup base made from scratch by their chefs using only premium ingredients. To top it off, wash down your meal with a wide selection of sake, including the Juyondai, which is known as the king of all sakes.
Black Cow prides itself on using only the freshest ingredients, from the vegetables to only the best cut beef, right down to the eggs. In fact, their culinary experts use sashimi grade Japanese eggs – and it makes all the difference; from the color to the texture, and even the smell of the egg differs from your ordinary run of the mill eggs.
A few of their star dishes include the Minced Wagyu Beef Tsukune and the Signature Truffle Sukiyaki Rice topped with fresh Italian shaved truffles. Set but to finish off your night, we recommend you try their signature Milk Shaved Ice. This sweet-ending topped with condensed milk and kinako powder will leave you begging for more.
What makes Black Cow unique? This establishment was built upon the dreams of two food enthusiasts with a passion for the “Best of the Best” and freshest food on the planet. They bring quality food to their customers at a price point that is below the market.
Huang Ting embraces the philosophy of preparing extraordinary dishes from the bottom of their hearts and sharing this joy with loved ones.
You can indulge in the authentic Cantonese cuisine with a contemporary spin at Huang Ting. Elevate your gastronomical experience with the exciting menu that presents a fresh and energetic twist. Refresh yourself with assortment of cocktails and mocktails unique to Huang Ting, shaken and stirred by their very own mixologist extraordinaire.
At the helm of their kitchen is Chef Johnny Choi, meticulously serving customers with his 16 years of distinguished and illustrious culinary experience, gained from many renowned restaurants including Orchard Hotel’s celebrated Cantonese restaurant, Hua Ting. Chef Johnny and his team of highly accomplished chefs will constantly innovate and create a scrumptious experience for everyone's timeless dining pleasure.
The new Mercure Singapore on Middle Road has 395 heritage inspired rooms, and is located in the heart of Singapore, leisure, business and cultural districts.
Also situated 5 minutes from Bugis MRT and next to one of the CBD's most vibrant markets, Bugis shopping has everything expected of the savvy traveler in today's world. The hotel includes a lobby lounge and bar, a premier lounge, four small meeting rooms and two restaurants. Facilities include a gym, a swimming pool and sky deck.
Kite is a place to share a favourite past time with friends, family and colleagues. They serve modern comfort food using progressive cooking techniques with Asian flavours.
Kite stocks a selection of exquisite and under the radar wine labels and craft spirits. They create local adaptations on classic cocktail recipes that altogether showcase the quirkiness and passion of the amazing team behind not just another restaurant but a place you will feel comfortable sharing a conversation in.
Housed within the Hotel Vagabond, Fifth Quarter is the brain child of local entrepreneur Loh Lik Peng in partnership with Executive Chef Andrew Nocente.
It is a modern contemporary grill with a strong focus on meat curing. Nocente, an Australian with an Italian heritage, uses traditional methods of curing meats with the aid of modern instruments to maintain the integrity of flavours. True to its name, Fifth Quarter or quinto quartro in Roman, the menu will feature a selection that is derived from all parts of an animal. From a rum-cured pork belly, a salt & pepper tripe to charcuterie favourites such as salami, salsiccia, lardo and coppa, each dish is carefully handcrafted to allow wholesome meaty flavours to shine through.
Elements of smoking, curing and pickling will also be found throughout the menu in sustainable seafood, game, vegetables and even in desserts. Alongside, premium cuts of meat will be grilled at the Josper using a combination of binchotan and mesquite wood chips to complete the culinary offering.
Focused on freshness and best available produce, MACA underscores the ethos of honest dining in a contemporary setting.
At MACA, modern cuisine is presented alongside an assemblage of fine organic wines, premium sake and signature cocktails put together by the team at Proof & Company. Nestled in the greenery of the old Tanglin Post at the tip of Orchard Road, the destination restaurant-next-door is a hop away from the heart of the city yet cleverly located for an intimate experience. It can host up to 30 guests indoors and another 30 for those who prefer alfresco dining and drinks on the porch.
Set in a raw architectural tone, a pan across the interior captures the unfinished elements of concrete, bricks and marble. A feature wall dressed in graffiti and an origami installation reflects the unexpected flavours on the plates. The open kitchen allows curious patrons to observe the chefs at work. A generous gift to the restaurant from an old friend, a long marble bar marks the importance of the relationships MACA aims to foster around food. Bathed in soft lights, the breezy verdant exterior accented with designer Benta Wiley’s creations also features a communal table for 12. Maître D' Chow oversees the daily operations and ensures that guests are well looked-after.
In favour of communal dining, MACA’s menu offers a humble selection of contemporary entrees and sharing plates. Approaching the protein from different perspectives, Head Chef, Rishi Naleendra carefully grafts the dimensions of flavours to create an equilibrium that convenes between comfort food and experimental cuisine. The seasonal menu this summer includes Chargrilled Baby Octopus with Smoked Miso, Beef Tongue with Zucchini and Soy, Ceviche of Prawns with Black Tomato, Kombu and Buttermilk and Pork with Parsnip, Scallion and Apple Cider. To satiate those with a sweet tooth, desserts include BlackBerry Ice Cream with Coconut Cream and Burnt Pear with Molasses Yogurt.
From USDA and Japanese Matsusaka beef to premium Iberico pork, a selection of premium meats dance across the menu.
MACA’s drinks menu boasts a stable of premium wines from France, Italy, Spain and Australia. Their premium sake offerings would also make any Japanese oyadama very happy. Purists can sample organic wines and award-winning sakes sourced seasonally.
For those seeking the delectable taste of cocktails, a list of classic blends and customised tipple are available. Signature concoctions include the reinterpreted Mexican summer thirst-quencher, Plum Paloma, made of plum bitters and tequila, and the Togarashi Old Fashion, which features a housed-made pepper-infused liqueur incorporated into a traditional Old Fashion.
Premium Japanese malt beer, Suntory, famed for its painfully meticulous transportation and exacting drafting processes, is available in both black and white on tap.
The restaurant is now open for dinner, while lunch service will be available in mid-July 2015.
Tianzi Singapore is the first producer of modern pralines in Asia, based on an open concept workshop where only chocolate made in Singapore is used.
Genuinely elaborated by cocoa and chocolate experts, modern pralines are the next generation of chocolate treats that haven’t evolved for decades. Indeed, the modern praline is a freshly hand-made chocolate bonbon, with a lighter texture combined to daring flavor associations. This is a delicate treat to consume anywhere and for every celebration. It is crafted to match the local population growing demand for quality chocolate products and to delight everyone with a unique and unforgettable culinary experience.
They know their chocolate but they also believe that growing Singaporean creative talents in chocolate will bring a particular dimension to modern pralines, giving a Singapore touch. Therefore this is Cedric Puah, their Singaporean chef that you’ll meet in their open-concept workshop.
Accor will this year open its first ibis Styles hotel in Singapore, called ibis Styles Singapore, where the former Hotel Windsor used to stand at the corner of MacPherson and Aljunied Roads.
ibis Styles is one of Accor's economy brands. The 298-room hotel, with a ship-like exterior, is set to open in Q4 2015.
The hotel will be complemented by MacPherson Mall, which is part of the same complex. The hotel's amenities include a 25-metre free-form swimming pool on the fourth floor, as well as a restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, a pool bar, modern gym and a water feature. Its interiors have also all been refurbished with innovative designer furniture.
Beaute by Kew (pronounced as bo-te) is a specialty boutique beauty salon founded by Lily Kew, an expert in holistic living, beauty, skincare, health, diet and nutrition. She has previous experience in running beauty salons and Beaute by Kew is her latest endeavour to bring a fresh new concept to spa and beauty services.
Beaute by Kew is centred round a vintage concept, bringing you back to the past in a classy salon environment. It is vintage yet metropolitan, having the state-of-the-art facilities to provide quality beauty services for everyone. It is dedicated to meet all your beauty needs. Beaute by Kew strives to be abreast of the latest beauty trends and developments. This ensures that the boutique beauty salon is constantly developing to bring the latest modern technology to be used in its services.
Beaute by Kew aims to provide professional essential beauty treatments to everyone with utmost care, quality and passion in an elegant and chic environment. The concept of the place serves to evoke calmness and comfort in everyone, presenting the boutique beauty salon as a place where you can enjoy pampering themselves holistically. They pride themselves in offering excellent customer service and specialty beauty treatments, all done professionally with its dedicated team of dynamic staff.
Named "Sara Taseer Jewellery Studio", the boutique showcases several new pieces with their bold and colourful signature style. The collection focuses on items that are suitable for every day wear – whether in the office or for a social occasion. The store is designed in a modern hip style with Asian accents and pops of Peranakan colours. Sara remains true to her style of contemporary jewellery with Asian accents and the store is designed to reflect the mood of the jewellery. The space is designed in a modern ultra chic modern loft style spirit to mirror the more casual wear pieces that are sold at this new, second location of the brand.
The various collections celebrate the beauty, style and sensuality of the modern woman. Snakes, Pandas, Frogs and Parrots are just some of their jewel encrusted animals with attitude, in their Animal Garden Collection. The Solid Gold Collection plays with bold motif and strong form in different hues of gold. They have created edgy pieces that become conversation starters and have an all new line of the most contemporary two and three finger rings, knuckle dusters and moveable bangles.
They are also celebrating the beauty and purity of pearls through their Fruits De Mer line, and have added coloured gem stones with diamonds to pearls, to enhance their natural beauty and add to their glow. The classic Gem Dot Collection, uses lazer cut semi-precious gemstones in playful natural colors which are enhanced with gold and diamonds to create perfect accessories for day to evening wear. The store also has cufflinks for the working men from the business district in the vicinity.
Spanning 1,000 sq ft, the store showcases apparel for both men and women.
Summer 2015 reflects 1990s girl power, exuding a self-confident style while remaining sensual and chic for a contemporary, fresh, energetic and strong look. The collection has something for everyone, helping each woman find her own fashion personality and develop her own unique style. Summer 2015 is all about extreme volume contrasts. Low-wasted XXL pants are in and can be worn with a cropped t-shirt with oversized armholes or a fitted tank top for added effect.
The 2015 man is rock, sophisticated and more fashionable than ever, breaking fashion codes without a second thought. Traditional men’s style comes together with contemporary pieces to create a resolutely modern look. The 2015 look is uncoordinated and mismatched, a delightful collection of unlikely pairings. The 90s are well and truly back with an exhaustive collection of short and long-sleeved linen, chambray, voile and denim shirts, with indigo making a come-back for the full 90s look.
Embodying IHC’s vision, the four-storey IHC building is an iconic, unique and sustainable building that blends both traditional Indian as well as modern architectural elements. The architectural design for the facade of IHC is inspired by the “Baoli” (or Indian stepwell), and seeks to create an urban forum for the celebration and appreciation of Indian culture.
The diversity and multi-faceted nature of Indian culture is also captured in the use of a translucent shimmering façade to create an impression of IHC as a “shining jewel” in the day, and the transformation of the IHC into a “glowing lantern” of the Indian community with the lighting of the colourful façade mural at night.
The IHC adopted an inclusive curatorial approach under the guidance of the IHC Concept and Content Sub-committee; and defines Indian in the pre-modern context of the subcontinent. Thematic permanent displays and/or special exhibits as well as programmes at the IHC will showcase various communities from the subcontinent with ‘lived histories’ in Singapore. In addition, memories and accounts of the community have also been captured.
The IHC’s permanent gallery storyline revolves around five themes arranged chronologically to span the time period 1st century CE to the 21st century. The themes present, through artefact and interactive displays, the long history of interactions between South and Southeast Asia as well as the experiences of South Asians in Southeast Asia (especially Malaya); Singapore in particular. They narrate the history of the migrant community and their contributions to Singapore.
Situated in the heart of the bustling Singapore, with chilled and cozy ambiance, you are assured of having one of the finest Thai cuisine.
Thai in Town is a Thai restaurant that combine both modern and traditional Thai cuisine. They do not only pay attention on how their dishes taste, but also concerned about how it looks, how it smells and how it fits in with your taste.
The place to see and be seen. Come and let your taste buds escape to Thailand and experience its amazing cuisine.
RoyceMary Café is an endeavour to deliver such memorable experiences. Of course, it serves great coffee, along with a fabulous selection of pleasing beverages. Then, there are the mouth-watering signature cakes, sandwiches, soups and more.
It’s modern ambience with lighting that exudes welcoming warmth offers the perfect setting to sit back, relax and enjoy true quality time with one’s near and dear.
The café is a great reminder that the finer things in life don’t have to be beyond the reach of everybody.
Starting from a coffeeshop stall in Tanjong Pagar Plaza in 2010, the 2 Cai brothers, Weili & Weisheng have moved to a small ramen restaurant in International Plaza.
Brothers Ramen specialises in a pork, chicken, fish and vegetable broth.. They are also famous for their ham-like chashu and extremely tender chicken slices which are cooked at a low-temperature water bath. Home-made noodles are made in such a way that they can be able to stay in the broth for a longer period of time without losing its original texture.
Using modern and traditional ramen cooking techniques, the brothers aim to introduce a more localised flavour.
Founded in Hong Kong in 2010 by Parisian Ariane Zagury with great success, Rue Madame was born out of the idea to introduce the timeless Parisian-style of fashion to young modern women, as well as to provide a one-stop shop, offering a diversity of exclusively curated women’s ready-to-wear and accessories, for those seeking an alternative wardrobe that allows them to mix and match to showcase their unique personal styles.
Located at the newly refurbished space on the third level of Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City, Rue Madame is a true Parisian-style fashion concept store that offers an eclectic mix of niche and contemporary designer labels, carefully handpicked from Paris and other parts of Europe.
The new concept store brings together some of the most coveted French fashion labels such as Athé by Vanessa Bruno, Ba&Sh, Gat Rimon, Hartford, IRO, Laurence Doligé, Leon&Harper, Majestic Paris, Mes Demoiselles, Swildens and Tara Jarmon Tara Jarmon, and exquisite accessories from trendy and accessible French jewellery brands like Servane Gaxotte, renowned for their hand-made whimsical ‘Rose’ doll pendants and Didier Dubot which is highly notable in Asia because of the brand’s latest campaign featuring Korean drama ‘You who came from the Star’ lead actress, Jun Ji Hyun; some of which are new-to-market brands exclusively brought into Singapore.
Established in 1978, Nine West took its name from its founding address at 9 West 57th Street in New York City. Today, Nine West is a world-renowned fashion leader, beloved by women all over the world.
Nine West seeks to satisfy your ongoing desire to achieve your personal sense of style by delivering diverse, sexy fashion that is on trend and at attainable prices.
Smart and sophisticated, the Nine West Woman is elegant with a chic modern look. She loves fashion and uses it to develop her own sense of personal style, while still appreciating good quality without compromising on price.
The Berlin Bar is the brain child of local celebrity and performer John Molina. It has been his long time desire to create an entertainment experience that is a world class melting pot of all things exceptional.
The world’s too small for walls - Berlin personifies more than just a uniquely good time, it’s about the coming together of people separated by different beliefs, systems or stereotypes, giving hope to peace and unity for freedom.
Located in the newly renovated Chijmes, Berlin has something for everyone. Supported by a cutting edge team, John Molina has developed a unique concept which will offer a music journey from the 1980’s to modern electronic music all in one night. Live music performances and DJ’s will entertain in a trendy atmosphere, where service staff is part of the lifestyle, proudly serving food and drinks with modern nostalgia.
Berlin at Chijmes is not just another place, Berlin provides an escape, and brings entertainment and enjoyment as a remedy to daily stress.
Foodies can whet their appetite with a carefully selected range of international bar food, VIP tapas, local delights. Apart from staple drinks to accompany the food, Berlin will serve up champagne cocktails and old classics with a sexy and fun twist. At Berlin there’s always something for everyone!
Berlin offers a unique vibe, enjoyed together with a music experience that evolves through the night. Here, live music and DJ’s come together to deliver quality music. All this in a diverse and intriguing setting, that is sexy and fun.
Marina Bay Sands welcomes Chef David Myers to join the league of Celebrity chefs in one destination. Armed with a passion for cooking and a penchant for travel, Chef David left college to pursue his true calling. Since then, he has ventured into kitchens all over the world, collecting and creating culinary experiences and presenting them in every dish he prepares.
Expect the unexpected with Chef David Myers' thought-provoking menu at Adrift. Inspired by his adventures, share plates of Modern Asian dishes such as Wagyu Beef Satay and King Crab Melt with Pimento Cheese.
Rekindle spontaneity at the bespoke bar where cocktails are reinvented by award-winning bartender, Sam Ross. Chill out with a drink evoking Tokyo’s Ginza district, or sip on a martini while dreaming about your next adventure.
Adrift is a playful take on a kaleidoscope of experiences that will tantalize your palate. It's for the dreamers and explorers.
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.
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A native New Yorker who spent her career at the forefront of fashion, Vera Wang began a sweeping makeover of the bridal industry in 1990 with the opening of her flagship salon at the Carlyle Hotel in New York.
Today, the salon continues to showcase collections known for sophisticated drama, feminine detailing and a modern approach to bridal design.
Bay Level L1-29A The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue
The Museum of Arts & Design's cafè offers a carefully curated range of tasty bites that can be enjoyed in the midst of beautiful art pieces and furnishings. Set against the gallery’s minimalistic and modern dècor, the cafè is an ideal venue for the next corporate luncheon or birthday celebration. The cafè space can also be extended into the galley’s outdoor Sculpture Garden to add a lovely al fresco feature to engagement parties and exquisite dinners.
Enjoy smokes and premium whisky at the bar’s settings that exudes both strong sophistication and a relaxed air of old world charm. The bar is an ideal venue for an informal get together and a great night out with friends and close associates.
Savor authentic Portuguese cuisine for the very first time in Singapore at Boca.
The ground floor is where they have the Tasca, a relaxed and cool setting for you to enjoy the special petiscos (tapas) paired with their unique Portuguese wines.
You can also just simply savour the best espresso in Singapore along with authentic crispy Portuguese egg tarts. Indulge in traditional Portuguese cuisine but in a totally modern, hip and cool environment.
Coming to you soon in 2015, the National Gallery Singapore is a brand new visual arts institution building upon a sound foundation of scholarship and experience. Over time, they hope to strengthen Singapore’s role as a regional and international hub for visual arts. They will do this through the display, promotion, research and study of Southeast Asian and Singapore art, while hosting international art exhibitions.
Their future home likewise pair rich history with exciting modernity. Right in the heart of the Civic District, two monumental buildings—the City Hall and the former Supreme Court—will be refurbished and reborn as the National Gallery Singapore. At 64,000 square metres, it will not only be the largest visual arts venue in Singapore but also one of the largest in the region when the Gallery officially opens.
The National Gallery will focus on displaying Southeast Asian art, including Singapore art, from the 19th century to present day. Through a comprehensive collection, the Gallery will present the development of Singapore and regional cultures, so as to tell the story of their social, economic and political histories.
While the body of works at the National Gallery falls largely within the area of modern art, the Gallery strives towards understanding the collection in new and varied ways – taking on a contemporary approach and interpretation of the development of Southeast Asian art. The Gallery will look beyond national and regional boundaries of art, and take on a wider ambit of international visual arts culture, research into our Asian heritage and cultural affiliations, and engage with global cultures and discourses.