Singapore Coffee at Raffles Arcade specializes in the sourcing and blending of Asia’s finest coffee.
Harvested from Artisanal Farmers, Singapore Coffee’s refined Tasters consistently scout for the highest quality coffee beans found in the region. Sustainably grown, meticulously harvested and specially processed.
Each signature Singapore Coffee Blend and Single Origin from the Asian Grand Crus Collection are carefully selected and roasted to release the vibrant notes of spices, fruits and flavours that are unique to the elevated terroir and cultivations across Asia.
The newly-opened Oshino at Raffles Arcade is helmed by Master Chef Koichiro Oshino of Michelin-starred omakase restaurant Shinji by Kanesaka - a post he held for almost a decade at both Raffles Hotel and Carlton Hotel.
Classic Edomae sushi embodies the spirit of Japanese washoku cuisine, capturing the essence of nature and its ever-changing seasons.
As a culinary artisan, Chef Oshino’s personal philosophy reflects his deep appreciation for the poignant beauty of a transient moment and is the main inspiration behind the food that he serves.
As his guests, to step into the restaurant is to enter the deep stillness of the present for the dining experience of a lifetime.
Noesa, the only care line in the world that works with the biological energy of becoming which is also known as Biophotons, is based in Germany. Biophotons, the light power stored in plants, can provide natural vitality for skin cells and help them recover and rejuvenate. Experience the magic of Biophotons at Noesa's store at Raffles Arcade.
Noesa believes that the key to successful skin care is actually cell care. If you really want to care for the cells of the skin, you should give the cells what they really want. "Cell care instead of skin care" This is Noesa. The activity level of cells will determine your skin condition. When your cell is full of vitality, you will look younger than those who are at your same age.
Noesa, a brand certificated by EU and FDA and the pioneer of cell art from Berlin, will radically change what you think you knew about skincare.
Named after a famous local baker of the same name, who used to own a shop in the neighbourhood back in the 1900s; Ah Teng's Cafe at Raffles Singapore is a casual grab-and-go café which serves visitors, the surrounding community and travellers alike with freshly made cold beverages, a selection of premium coffee, tea and homemade bakery, pastries and artisanal ice-creams.
The 44-seater Butcher’s Block at Raffles Hotel presents a stylish and lively dining experience showcasing some of the world’s finest cuts of meats cooked with wood fire. Feast your eyes on premium meats hanging in the Meat Vault and on over 200 exciting wine labels, including a good selection of natural wines, in the Wine Library.
At Butcher’s Block, they present a truly special experience – an exclusive and communal dining journey, featuring off-the-menu specials that change daily and are only revealed on the very evening itself. Expect a sumptuous multi-course menu specially crafted and personally brought to your table by Chef Rémy Lefebvre and his culinary team, who will regale you with insights of the dishes presented. The experience will be complemented with a curated selection of 4 exquisite wines for your delight to your heart’s content, whilst being seated at the coveted 3-metre long OAK (One of A Kind) Table right in front of the open kitchen.
A holistic sanctuary offering pampering spa experiences and renewed well-being to both hotel guests and members of the public, the new Raffles Spa is located in the revitalised Raffles Arcade and hidden in the glam of the iconic Grande Dame. Go on a rejuvenating journey with the Raffles Spa's array of authentic body and facial treatments, amidst a luxurious setting.
The new Raffles Spa features an elegant harmony of varying grey and golden-brown shades, creating an opulent yet serene ambience. Guests will get to enjoy unique restorative treatments, including a hydrothermal experience, authentic Raffles spa journeys inspired by Asian wellness philosophy, signature massages and bespoke facial treatments that can be customised to meet individual needs.
Raffles Spa also offers various spa facilities that can cater to different needs. Guests can choose to relax with their friends at The Gem, a standalone suite and private area suitable for up to four people, with its own treatment room and facilities that is perfect for private treatments and special celebrations; or one of the six soothing and spacious treatment rooms, consisting of five single rooms and one intimate couple room, a haven of tranquillity and wellness.
They can unwind and indulge their senses at the Aromatic Steam Room, refresh at the Spa’s Ice Fountain and immerse in total relaxation at the Sauna or the Vitality Pool in between treatments. The Spa also features premium and separate lounges for ladies and gentlemen, allowing each guest to sit back and enjoy a private and quiet time for relaxation.
Savoir Beds has launched its first Southeast Asian boutique at the Raffles Arcade. Savoir make fewer than 1,000 luxury handcrafted beds a year because they’re focused on making the best, not the most.
With over 14 global showrooms, from London to New York, Paris to Shanghai, Savoir’s mission is to provide every customer with the most comfortable and stylish bed imaginable. From the required support to the style of the home, dimensions, materials and fabrics can all be personalised. Beds for superyachts, headboards inspired by architecture and bespoke prints; anything that can be imagined can be made.
The Savoir story began in The Savoy Hotel, when in 1905 impresario Richard D’Oyly Carte unveiled an establishment revered for it luxurious creature comforts and legendary services. With no bed meeting his pioneering luxury standards, D’Oyly Carte set about creating one. The result is still made today, Savoir N°2 (the Icon) and the spirit of its creation governs Savoir’s approach to every bed it creates.
Skilled craftsmen work intently at individual oak trestles; the tapping of tacks, material in motion and calm conversation between colleagues. These are the Savoir Bedworks in West London and Wales, the antithesis of a production line. There are no hulking machines, just craftsmen hand-making a bespoke bed from inception to completion. Every bed is bespoke, from custom comfort to design details, made and signed by one master craftsman for one customer.
One of the most influential chefs in modern Chinese culinary movement, Celebrity MasterChef Jereme Leung makes his return to Singapore with contemporary Chinese restaurant, Yì by Jereme Leung at Raffles Hotel Singapore.
Nestled on the third level of the restored Raffles Arcade, Yì by Jereme Leung leverages on the art form of fine dining to awaken the appetite and the senses of guests. The restaurant delivers cuisine that takes guests on an exploration voyage to China’s vastly diverse cultural regions.
Inspired by the Chinese myth surrounding the god, Pangu which depicts the creation of Heaven and Earth, YÃ¬ by Jereme Leung uses neutral earthy materials and tones like stone and timber to embrace the main dining hall as a reflection of ‘Earth’ while the custom ceiling details references the elements of the ‘sky’. This is reflected as diners step into the main dining hall of the restaurant which seats over 60 persons.
Three private rooms are available at YÃ¬ by Jereme Leung with one room that seats 10 persons while the other two adjoining rooms fit 8 guests each. Diners who want to enjoy the ambience of the main dining hall but yet prefer more privacy will delight in the semi-private area that can accommodate two tables of 8 guests each.
Enjoy Chef Jereme’s creations like the Hundred-ring Cucumber & Poached Sea Whelk with Soy Sauce Vinaigrette – a classic dish found in China’s Northern region during warm summermonths. The dish is skilfully sliced with a hundred cuts forming a continuous spiral and served with poached sea whelk, finished off with a tangy and refreshing homemade vinaigrette.
Fried Rice with Char Siew, Pork Belly & Pickled Long Beans
Chef Jereme Leung who was raised and educated in Singapore, began his culinary career at the age of 13, starting from the kitchens of Hong Kong. Throughout his career, he has mastered all four cornerstones of Chinese cooking ranging from dim-sum, Chinese barbecue, wok-cooking to knife work. Chef Jereme continued to hone his craft at some of the most prestigious hotels in Southeast Asia which gradually led him to embark on a food pilgrimage across China in the 1990s to explore the flavours of different regions, their ingredients and cooking techniques. He moved to Shanghai, China in 2002, and since then has opened over 9 restaurants across the world. Yì by Jereme Leung will be his first restaurant in Singapore and his long-awaited homecoming.
A part of Raffles Singapore's history since 1892, the Tiffin Room has returned and will continue to serve up delectable North Indian cuisine. Offering authentic specialties served in tiffin boxes, it will also present an interactive dining experience with tableside service by chefs, complete with freshly ground spices to enhance the occasion. The restored interior décor includes reinstating the wooden floorboards in Tiffin Room to bring back features from the early 1900s based on research by their heritage consultants.
Previously known as the Raffles Gift Shop, the new Raffles Boutique takes its place of honour to front the Seah Street entrance at the restored Raffles Arcade.
The Raffles Boutique features a brand new retail concept where shoppers will be able to enjoy a cuppa and homemade pastries at the refreshed Ah Teng's Cafe while browsing well-loved souvenirs and gourmet products that are set amidst a heritage gallery that showcases the illustrious heritage of Raffles Hotel Singapore.