Tapas Club is the birth of Spain’s sophisticated delicacy to the wider public, offering authentic flavours from the Iberian Peninsula.
Helmed by Executive Chef Jose Angel Alonso and One-Star Michelin Chef Manuel Berganza, Tapas Club presents diners with an exquisite palate and creativity with the richness of classic Spanish flavours.
Bonded by a close-knitted ten-year friendship, Spanish Chefs Alonso and Berganza believe in serving the cuisine that is close to their hearts. A unique cuisine which is much perceived as a fine-dining concept, both Spanish Chefs envision to offer these special flavours at a much affordable pricing in a premium restaurant setting.
Expect a seamless pairing and synergy of two great Chefs at work as they put together their experiences from Singapore and New York to produce Spanish food of the highest standard made available at only Tapas Club.
Art, cuisine and retail come together in a new contemporary lifestyle space called SRPS. The acronym stands for Steamroom with The Pillar and Stones, a reflection of the three concepts’ names.
SRPS comprises of a “kaffatea” room called Steamroom, a restaurant called The Pillar, and a retail and art lab named Stones.
The entire concept is spread over 5,000 square feet in Orchard Central, with its distinctive design drawing inspiration from three art movements – Memphis Milano, Bauhaus, and Brutalism.
At Steamroom, guests can enjoy coffee or a pot of speciality tea prepared with a Steampunk machine that allows for each variety of tea to be optimally brewed to suit its unique nature, so that the finest taste can be achieved.
Stones is a multifunctional art space that serves as an art lab, where aspiring artists can participate in masterclasses, workshops and jamming sessions led by professionals. Stones will also retail collections by Emporium of Modern Man (EoMM), a multi-label lifestyle and fashion company that focuses on products with a story, as well as in-house brands such as Ultramarine and In Real Life.
At The Pillar, the contemporary menu brings together the flavours of seasonal produce from around the world, and Executive Chef & Cuisine Principal Stephan Zoisl uses the taste, colours and textures of ingredients to showcase art on a plate.
On the menu; Angus Beef Tartare, Braised Beef Cheeks, Pottimaron Pumpkin Risotto. Lobster Fregola Sarda Pasta, Salmon Ochazuke and more.
Whether it is for a short business lunch or a long leisurely dinner, at Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant you will journey through the pleasures of traditional Japanese Cuisine presented to you in fresh and exciting ways.
On the menu: Salmon & Cream Cheese Don, Bara Chirashi Don, Salmon and Salmon Roe Don, Ebizo Signature Tempura Rice Bowl and more.
Pantheon’s jewelries aren’t just elegant jewelry pieces – they are statements that show the world who you are. They turn clothes into an ensemble, and hesitation into confidence.
You can now check out their unique designs at Orchard Central.
Pantheon was founded when the founder, Carrie, was planning her wedding and needed gifts for her team of 7 bridesmaids. On the hunt for something beautiful, memorable, and lasting, she has decided for her gifts to be accessories and to her disappointment, nothing she found was ‘just what she wanted’. Carrie decided to come up with her very own design and have it manufactured.
You can put a little love behind your gifts to others or to yourself and tailor your own unique jewlery piece with Pantheon. Their customization services are the perfect way to put your thoughts into a visual masterpiece.
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.
At Under Armour, their mission is simple: to make all athletes better through passion, design, and the relentless pursuit of innovation. Their team work to build the world’s most innovative performance products. Everything they make is designed with the athlete in mind to ensure the very best quality and performance. When you put on an Under Armour product, it’s making you better.
Their new store at Orchard Central will open in April.
It all started in 1996 when Under Armour CEO and founder Kevin Plank created the original performance T-shirt that wicked sweat and regulated body temperature to make athletes cooler, drier, lighter, and better. Since that first T-shirt, Under Armour has grown into the most innovative brand in all of sports with gear for men, women, and youth.
By the same guys behind Fatcat Ice-cream Bar in Bedok; STRAY is a brand new concept restaurant serving progressive Chinese cuisine at Orchard Central.
"Progressive" in the sense that STRAY always want to be coming up with new takes on Chinese classics. Combining avant-garde cooking techniques with traditional Chinese flavors, they aim to serve stunning and unique dishes. They want everyone to experience just how far the boundaries of Chinese cuisine can be pushed and redefined as they stray away from tradition.
STRAY also serves a variety of entremets made in house by their very own pastry chefs. Expect interesting flavour combinations such as mandarin+chrysanthemum, lychee+raspberry, and lemon+ginger.
Inspired by a famous 19th century French chef Henri Charpentier and his signature “Crêpe Suzette”, founder, Naoki Arita opened his first humble café in Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan in 1969. His baking philosophy: to create sweets that bring joy with a touch of surprise. Henri Charpentier prides itself on serving indulgent, creative and authentic pastries and desserts made of the finest quality, such as the use of original cultured butter that is painstakingly developed from raw milk originating exclusively from the Konsen area of Hokkaido.
South-east Asia’s first POMPOMPURIN Cafe will soon open in Singapore at Orchard Central.
For the uninitated, POMPOMPURIN is a yellow golden retriever dog character introduced by Sanrio in 1996. Always seen with a brown beret, the cute pup loves drinking milk and eating soft food and pudding that his mother makes. While seemingly not as famous as its counterpart like Hello Kitty, his fluffy-looking, huggable appearance has earned him legions of fans and the title of first place winner in the Sanrio Character ranking in 2015.
Covering a space of 1,900 sq ft, fans of the popular character can expect an all-things-POMPOMPURIN experience at the cafe. This means customers will not only be greeted with canine-themed decor (from the wallpaper right down to the cutlery and table mats), but also a full menu of cute-looking food and drinks in the shape of POMPOMPURIN.
Every POMPOMPURIN Cafe in the world takes on a different theme that suits the local culture, which is why the one in Singapore will be sporting a “garden city” theme, inspired by little red dot’s lush greenery. Conceptualised by Sanrio Japan, the cafe can seat a total of 78 people. Cafe patrons can also request to sit at one of the four four-seater booths, called “Tomodachi House” (translated as Friends House), which feature one of Purin’s friends – Bagel the Squirrel, Coconut the Monkey, Mint the Frog and Macaroon the Golden Retriever.
As for the POMPOMPURIN die hard fan, a wide variety of merchandise ranging from handbags, water tumblers to plush toys will also be available for purchase.
Japanese fashion retailer Uniqlo is expanding its empire with the opening of its first Global Flagship Store in Singapore and South-east Asia, at Orchard Central in the latter half of the year.
The Singapore Global Flagship Store will take up approximately 2,700 sqm across three levels in the mall and join the ranks of other Uniqlo Global Flagship stores such as the ones at New York’s Fifth Avenue, London’s Oxford Street, and Ginza in Tokyo.
Other than showcasing the latest lines for women, men, children and babies, the new flagship store will also offer the brand’s most extensive range of products in Singapore.
Nunsaram means “snowman” in Korean and it is an apt name for a place selling bingsu (shaved ice desserts). Taking over the space that previously housed another dessert cafe (Spanish Doughnuts) in Orchard Central is Nunsaram Korean Dessert Cafe, by the owners of South Korean restaurant, K Cook.
Serving a mix of robust, country-style Cajun seafood and the distinctive richness of Creole cuisine. Dancing Crab is a refreshing, American counterpart to Singapore's equally famed preferences for seafood, shellfish and rich flavors. Backed by one of Singapore's oldest seafood restaurant leaders, TungLok Group, Dancing Crab sources their shellfish from the same vendors used at the group's best seafood restaurants, offering a range from Boston lobster to Dungeness crab.
New Orleans, Louisiana is known for its happy atmosphere, lively music, and high spirits. Dancing Crab brims with life, bringing the same emphasis to its colorful location at The Grandstand, welcoming its guests to eat, drink, and be merry.
Tonkin was, for centuries, the name of a fertile delta of the Red River known as the northernmost region of Vietnam. This is where their casual dining experience begins, where bright flavours, fresh textures and rich aromas converge in every healthy bite.
More than escaping into the past, they celebrate a living legacy—much like Hanoi’s 36 lanes that began a thousand years ago and still flows with trade, craftsmanship and everyday life to this very day. Spices from far away awaken ingredients harvested just this morning. Recipes handed down from one generation to the next come alive as simple comfort fare through modern approaches and techniques. Vintage charm enriches a contemporary atmosphere where you may dine quickly or linger as you wish.
The confectionery from New York debuted in Singapore at The Dining Edition @ Marina Square in 2013 and successively at One Fullerton, in the same year.
The Orchard Central outlet introduces a new all-day breakfast menu, in addition to a variety of cakes, including the Mille Crêpes that is synonymous with the Lady M brand and two exclusive pastry flavours: the Chocolate Mille Crêpes and the Apple Galette.
The spanking new Lady M® Confections occupies the prime duplex storefront locale at the trendy Orchard Central mall of the former Ashley Isham boutique. In accordance to its design guidelines, its interior décor is mainly white, punctuated with minimal decorations for a chic and elegant feel, while allowing its beautiful cakes to stand out distinctly.
They are recognised for their fusion style meals with a slight twist of local flavour. The menu features the best selling dish, Tom Yum Seafood Pasta, which has made their dining a must go to place for spicy savoury flavour while Smoked Duck Pasta remains one of the most talked about smoked duck related dishes in the market.
There is a total of 10 signature dishes to try which gives you a reason to come back often for different food experience.