Don’t be misled by its name! Lè Fusion on Mohamed Sultan Road is not your typical East-meets-West restaurant. Rather, be prepared to travel the world from the dinner table. The passionate husband and wife duo behind the newly-opened Lè Fusion takes inspiration from their walk through the world, fusing all of their favourite eats in one place.
Nestled near the Singapore River, Lè Fusion is a chic restaurant and bar where lèisure dining meets a lègacy of culinary innovation. Lè Fusion is all about bringing æ¨‚ (‘le’ which means ‘joy’ in Chinese) in every aspect of its journey from recipe innovation, curation of ingredients, to an exquisite culinary and other-worldly experience for diners.
A key feature of Lè Fusion cuisine is focusing on the creative use of quality ingredients to reinvent the dining experience, while preserving the DNA of Chinese cuisine. Every dish imbues a characteristic attention to detail, and surprises with a light delicate touch.
Start your course with the Imperial Double Boiled Soup, a luxe rendition of Buddha Jumps Over the Wall unexpectedly elevated by premium nu er hong rice wine and the pan-seared Rougie Foie Gras served atop an unassuming bed of Chinese glutinous rice.
Experience a melting pot of well-loved recipes and masterful cooking techniques through the main courses with highlights on Crispy Pork Roulade, Asian Crusted Provencal Lamb Rack, Tsingtao Beef Fillet, and Braised Abalone Seafood Rice.
Even its desserts are prepared with slight but impactful tweaks to regular offerings. The Lè Fusion Chendol and Panna Cotta with Sweet Glutinous promises a playful sweet finale which cannot and should not be missed.
Drinks at Lè Fusion go hand-in-hand with its Tapas menu, especially its signature Crispy Pork Belly Mantou, a special rendition of the familiar braised pork buns (kong bak bau) drawing influence from the Philippines.
Italian ceramic tile maker, Florim has opened their flagship store on Mohamed Sultan Road and the store will also be their new institutional point of reference for the Far East market.
The new showroom, joining the ones in Milan, New York and Moscow, is a modern, elegant location designed on two levels. Its open-space interior is conceived to display the best-sellers of the Group's brands (Floor Gres, Rex, Casa dolce casa – Casamood, Cerim, CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia and FLORIM stone) through installations enhancing the large slabs' potential and technical performances.
The Singapore investment is part of a clearly defined strategy of establishing ties with the main architecture firms, promoting the use of large slabs and above all raising awareness of Florim's "beauty" and "style" worldwide. This flagship store will be followed by other openings in 2020, also in the hearts of the world's design districts.
An innate passion for beauty and great determination have led Florim to challenge clichés, succeeding in transforming what everyone calls tile into an element of design. A history of almost 60 years, rooted in the ceramic district of Sassuolo (MO), combines with an international trendsetting present thanks to the leadership of Claudio Lucchese and a high-range product recognized in markets all over the world.
For them, “Made in Florim” is a guarantee of quality, innovation, Italian know-how and particular attention to corporate social responsibility.
After cutting his teeth at stellar dining institutions like 3 Michelin-starred Nihonryori RyuGin (Tokyo, Japan) and 2 Michelin-starred Odette (Singapore), Chef Shigeru Koizumi embarks on his first ever kappo fine dining restaurant at 15 Mohamed Sultan Road.
Emotive and imaginative, Esora will showcase Modern Japanese cuisine guided by Chef Koizumi’s affinity with nature and attention to detail. There, the chefs are storytellers and every dish is an intimate tale of nostalgia, seasonality, and sheer fanaticism.
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.
Hidden Door Concepts, the progressive restaurant group behind some of the most well-known lifestyle and F&B concepts in Singapore, unveils its latest venture, Nickeldime. Presenting an impressive showcase of premium international craft beers and a mouthwatering menu of contemporary pub dish recipes, the lively joint offers diners an approachable, laidback setting to enjoy good quality food and drinks. Tucked away on Mohamed Sultan Road in a characteristic shop house, the hangout’s grungy vibes and edgy graffiti brick walls go hand-in-hand with the team’s focus on bringing together the community, and is set to be the neighbourhood’s place to be for breakfast, dinner or just a few casual beers.
His culinary style is characterised by elevating comfort dishes through application of his refined fine dining skillset, a vision which is channeled into his menu at Nickeldime. All food items are prepared in-house from scratch, while working with fresh, seasonal produce and fermentation techniques to optimise flavours. With his personal approach and passion for curating unique experiences, Tim loves to interact with diners and goes above and beyond to tailor bespoke dishes to their preference.
Whether a true beer aficionado or complete novice, Nickeldime always has 16 distinctive international craft beers on tap, with all premium beers listed on its chalk boards. The broad selection available ranges from light and fruity – such as Stone & Wood Green Coast Lager and Lervig Orange Velvet, to more complex brews – including Pirate Life Mosaic IPA and Black Butte Porter. By establishing exclusive relationships with breweries around the world, the Nickeldime team is able to continuously update its offering with the latest, unique finds and share the insightful story behind each beer. For non-beer drinkers, the well-balanced beverage menu includes house-made lemonade, refreshing squeezed juices and a selection of sparkling and non-sparkling wines.
Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White (the chef-restaurateur and television star behind Hell’s Kitchen Australia) was the world’s youngest chef to be awarded three Michelin stars. He then ‘returned’ the stars during the height of his fame. His restaurant in Singapore, The English House, is set to open soon.
The English House is located at the two adjoining colonial buildings which used to be home to the popular bar Madam Wong’s on Mohamed Sultan Road. It will also include a hotel on the second floor, with 18 rooms slated to open when they are ready, following the opening of the restaurant.
Having launched five years ago in early 2012, Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse made an imprint on Singapore’s dining scene by being the only restaurant to serve a 1.2kg charcoal-grilled Bistecca alla Fiorentina Wagyu T-Bone Steak. After five very successful years, the establishment has moved to a new location right next door, replete with an elegant makeover.
Diners will be wowed by the newly outfitted shop-house, combining modern and sleek architecture while preserving several elements of the nearly century-old heritage structure. From cozy booths with an unmatched, intimate dining experience by candlelight and impeccable service; to a modern Tuscan affair at the Chef’s table, adjacent to the open-design kitchen and Fiorentina cellar - Bistecca welcomes patrons looking for a host of different experiences.
Open for dinner daily, and for lunch six days a week, Bistecca’s menu will remain largely unchanged, with a few special additions, leaving regulars filled with anticipation on what surprises Bistecca has in store. The Bistecca alla Fiorentina, a crowd and family favourite, will remain on the menu along with their daily hand-made pastas, made using only egg yolks in the traditional Italian method. Diners can expect new dishes such as the Fettuccini with smoked pimentón pasta, blue swimmer crab, roasted peppers, and lemon butter, giving Bistecca an air of Italian decadence.
Bistecca is known for their F1 Wagyu beef which is pasture raised in the King and Kiew and Valleys of Australia, and organic grain-finished under the highest ethical standards. And in line with their food philosophy, all of their seafood is sustainably sourced, whilst the produce is organic where possible.
Located only five minutes from the Singapore CBD, Bistecca is available for bespoke dining experiences at the Chef’s table overlooking the kitchen, as well as catering to larger groups looking for an entertaining evening at Singapore’s most stylish steakhouse.
The HomesToLife flagship store at Mohamed Sultan Road is a one-stop shop solution which provides a special curation of home lifestyle brands and collections all under one roof.
Each and every one of their handpicked home lifestyle pieces from distinguished brands reflects the high quality and functionality that are the essence of their homestolife heritage. The pieces that tug at your heartstrings are the ones that will turn your home into a definitive statement of you and everything that matters in your world. Move towards them. Feel them, touch them. Then let your mind take over and visualise them in your universe. Hold on to that vision. There’s no hurry. Relish that image as you delight in a cuppa at their in-house café.