Introducing Xi Man, a brand-new unagi speciality restaurant located in the heart of Singapore’s shopping and commercial hub. Heading Xi Man is Chef Ryosuke Deguchi,who before coming over to Singapore was personally trained by a chef of a three-Michelin-starred restaurant in Kyoto—the latter is also the restaurant’s Principal Partner.
Chef Deguchi has been in the trade for over a decade. He began working at Fujiya Hotel, Hakone, in 2009 when he was just 18 years old. In 2014, Chef Deguchi joined Kyokaiseki Kichisen, a two-Michelin-starred restaurant in Kyoto, before moving to Kyoto Hotel in 2017. The restaurant uses fresh eels that are imported from Miyazaki, Japan. Compared with other variations that are used by other restaurants in Singapore, the eels from this region are firmer in texture and have a lesser chance of turning mushy during the cooking process.
To cook the eel, Chef Deguchi uses the kansai method instead of the usual kanto method, which requires a steaming step. The kansai method calls for first grilling the unagi on its own before brushing on the tare and grilling it again to a crispy finish. The method also ensures that the eel has a firmer bite, whereas the kanto method results in the eel taking on a mushier texture and oilier finish.
Accompanying the unagi is a bowl of fluffy rice, which is procured from Niigata prefecture - the prefecture best known for its superior quality rice and Sakes. Diners will also be served three sauces along with their unagi bowl: Original Tare, Sweet Tare and Spicy Tare. All the tare uses the time-honoured Marunaka Shoyu as the base. The history of the handcrafted and all-natural Japanese soy sauce spans two centuries. The meticulous production of each batch of soy sauce takes three years.
Ganko Sushi’s seasonal omakase features exquisite creations that will make your experience an unforgettable one!
Helmed by Chef Kuwahara Toshiyuki, who has been part of the Ganko family for the past 26 years; Ganko Sushi started as a small shop in Osaka way back in 1963.
Fifty-eight years since its first outlet in Osaka and 99 outlets across Japan and one in Hong Kong later, Ganko Sushi is proud to open its doors in Singapore, marking its first footprint in Southeast Asia.
Classic Cha Chaan Teng by day and modern Chinese bar by night, the space and extensive menu at Pi Food transports one to the bustling streets of Hong Kong with cafes by day and vibrant night markets as the sun sets right here in Singapore. The new Hong Kong-style eatery is located at UBS Business Hub (formerly Park Mall).
During the day, diners can savour an array of classic Hong Kong-style noodles, rice, congee, sandwiches and roast meats, along with Canto-Western dishes. As night settles in, diners can also unwind witha wide range of small plates that are full of wok hei (breath of the wok) paired with a selection of alcohol.
The restaurant takes its name from the mathematical symbol π, which represents infinite extensibility, or loosely translated as the ability for the continuous and ongoing innovation at Pi Food even while staying true to its heritage. Helmed by Hong Kong Head Chef Tsang Tak Ching, who wasa Sous Chef at Lei Garden (Hong Kong) for seven years before heading to Singapore, diners can expect the most authentic Hong Kong flavours and tastes. Only the finest ingredients and seasonings akin to those used in Hong Kong cha chaan tengs are showcased, together with Traditional Chinese cooking methods and techniques that keep the original flavours and textures of the dishes intact.
Tuck into a hearty range of classic noodle and rice dishes such as HK Fresh Shrimp Wanton Noodles (4 pcs), a simple, yet immensely comforting noodle soup dish that stars plump dumplings stuffed with shrimps and minced pork;Stir Fried Beef Noodles, another classic Cantonese delicacy to sink your chopsticks into, showcasing soft and chewy rice noodles and succulent beef slices tossed in a large wok over high heat for that characteristic smoky char; and HK Style Baked Rice with Pork Chop, Tomato Sauce and Cheese ($16.80),a beloved fusion of fragrant egg fried rice, golden seared, juicy pork chop and a rich tomato sauce under a bed of bubbling cheese.
Established in 2013, Edith Patisserie is a local bakery specialising in layered cakes, brownies and tarts for birthdays, weddings and all types of celebrations. They strive to create new and original designs, as well as unique flavour pairings that intrigue and excite. They keep their baking batches small to ensure freshness and quality. Savour delicious cake flavours at their newly-opened Penang Road branch.
Their recipes are meticulously taste-tested and tailored to local palates, meaning that they are lower in sugar, moist and tender.
Why "Edith Patisserie"? The bakery is named in memory of its owner, Ethel's mother, who passed away when she was 18. They hope that their humble philosophy does her proud, and that their bakes bring you the warmth and comfort of family, celebration and happy memories.
Teahouse 1973 began with a simple idea of wanting to create a modern version of traditional home recipes of the unique culinary flavours of Penang, Malaysia.
At Teahouse 1973, food lovers will get to enjoy the best of Malaysian culture and cuisine, whether it is through a plate of Nasi Lemak, their signature Asam Fish, or any one of their handmade pastries on their dessert menu.
Their delicately crafted dishes are cooked according to traditional recipes handed down through the ages, guaranteed to delivery sumptuous bursts of flavour and colour. Check out their menus here.
After 3 years of discussion, what started out as a “what if” conversation has finally become a reality for the people behind new minimalist coffee bar, Degree Celsius.
Degree Celsius strive to create an environment where conversations are made, friendships are cultivated. They are now having their soft launch @ 9 Penang Road (2 mins walk from Dhoby Ghaut exit B). If you need a coffee fix, you know where to drop by when you are in the area.
The Copper Plate is a casual gastro-bar where whisky is served by the carafe rather than bottle. They are a modern approach to the food and whisky experience. Experimental, collaborative and downright different.
Enjoy a vast array of curated fine whiskies at The Copper Plate.
9 Penang Road is a new Grade A commercial building which is undertaken through a joint venture with Haiyi Holdings Pte Ltd, Singhaiyi Group Ltd and Suntec Real Estate Investment Trust, with an interest of 35.0%, 35.0% and 30.0% respectively.
The new ten-storey building consists of two wings with an approximate net lettable area of 352,000 sq ft of office space across eight floors and 15,000 sq ft of retail space at the first level.
The development is situated at the former Park Mall site which the Manger divested in December 2015 as part of its proactive portfolio management strategy. The premise was taken back in end September 2016 and development works for 9 Penang Road commenced on 1 December 2016 and is currently undergoing construction works.
As at end December 2017, the construction works was approximately 19% completed. The development is estimated to cost approximately S$800 million and the building is scheduled to complete by end 2019.
Conveniently located right next to Singapore's most prestigious address and famous shopping belt, Orchard Road and adjacent to Somerset MRT station, the newly-renovated Winsland Serviced Suites by Lanson Place brings you residential comfort and hotel-style service within the heart of Singapore.
The newly-renovated Serviced Suites now offers 109 units of Studio Suites to 2-bedroom Suites, with sizes ranging from 19 sqm to 128 sqm, bringing guests residential comfort and hotel-style service within the heart of Singapore. Each serviced apartment is designed with a thoughtful and comforting touch of home. All of the beautiful furnished suites are decorated in the calm, inviting blues of a tranquil waterscape, the refreshing hues of green of the botanicals, or the beautiful rosy pink of a Singapore dawn. Each suite features spacious areas for relaxing, dining and sleeping, and a full array of amenities, including a well-equipped kitchen, complimentary Wi-Fi and iPTV.
The property now equips with renovated and newly-added facilities including a stunning rooftop swimming pool with Jacuzzi and BBQ pit, a fully-equipped communal kitchen Cookhouse@9, a 24-hour gym, common laundrette and a serene courtyard for guests to relax and unwind.
WTF Coffee House and Bar is where a mouth-watering array of great food and drinks awaits you as well as the broadcast of LIVE English Premier League games.
Their popular signature dish is the Barachirashi Don served in an wooden bowl. Others on the menu includes Curry Chicken Baked Rice, Smoked Duck Hoisin Sauce Tortilla Pizza, Pork Trotter’s Braised Vermicelli and more.
Find WTF at the ground floor of Innotel Hotel, which is conveniently located in the Orchard Road area (right in between Singapore Shopping Centre & the ex-Park Mall).