Indulge in an experience unlike any other at Sushi Ichizuke, a first-of-its-kind Omakase vibe dining concept at Clarke Quay incorporating a curated set of heart-thumping music by Zouk.
At Sushi Ichizuke, embark on a gastronomic voyage through time set in a space where tradition meets modernity as one journey through the intricate curing techniques, precise knife skills and the seemingly-simple artform of Edo-style sushi-making that Head Chef Ryoichi Nakatani refined over the last 20 years in a highly energized and musically-driven environment.
Originating in the 1880s of Edo (old Tokyo), this sushi style encompasses characteristics which remained true to its tradition and roots. Edo-style sushi involves a form of curing the fish while keeping its raw texture, or introducing a cooking element to ensure preservation of the fish before serving.
Customers can look at the contemporary art while getting their beautiful nails done. Their aim is to bring art to life and make it more accessible to people who may not want to spend hours visiting galleries but enjoy having their nails done.
Arrange a visit to this contemporary art gallery and enjoy the pampering nail services available.
Meander through the shanties – the different concept rooms within Here Kitty Kitty – to unfold the story behind the eclectic speakeasy respite.
Discretely titled “Here Kitty Kitty” and tucked away from the centre of Clarke Quay, this repurposed space serves as a vibrant hideaway from the immense hustle and bustle of the city centre.
At Here Kitty Kitty, one can indulge in intimate conversations, relish an array of signature temaki and izakaya bites, or simply make merry over a selection of signature cocktails unique to Here Kitty Kitty, carefully crafted by acclaimed bartenders of the scene – Alastair Tan and Ashwin Raj.
Strike up a conversation and let them introduce you to the true essence of Here Kitty Kitty.
Jointly developed by CapitaLand and City Developments Limited (CDL), there is no place quite like CanningHill Piers. On one side lies glittering Singapore River and its vibrant cafes, bars and restaurants. On the other side, the verdant tranquility of Fort Canning Hill provides the perfect foil. Beyond its unmatched position overlooking two of Singapore’s historic sites, this new luxury residence is set to be a landmark in its own right.
Bearing the bold signature of lauded architectural practice Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), CanningHill Piers rises proudly above Clarke Quay and Fort Canning MRT. And as part of a transformative integrated precinct housing an inspired mix of F&B, retail, hotel and serviced residence too — truly, the very best of life is yours for the taking.
Future-ready and designed for those who delight in contemporary comfort, Irwell Hill Residences is set to be a new icon of premium luxury in prime District 9, at a new address created for the distinguished few.
Irwell Hill Residences is designed for modern living set against a backdrop of a lush landscape where one can enjoy the ﬁner things in life. With heritage raintrees conserved and seamlessly integrated within its two towers, Irwell Hill Residences is where one can live better amidst nature while seeking respite even in the heart of one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities.
Created by world-renowned architecture practice MVRDV from the Netherlands and ADDP from Singapore, the architecture seamlessly integrates the conserved heritage raintrees into the landscape while placing attention to the details within the grounds. The champagne gold pixel-patterned façade of the two towers is a deliberate departure from the predictable, while injecting a bold breath of design to Singapore’s skyline.
From function rooms that are equipped to host meetings and conferences, to a plethora of facilities designed for lifestyle wants and needs, Irwell Hill Residences is poised to deliver wonderful experiences.
Relax in the soothing waters of the Spa Pool, Club Pool, or the 50m Inﬁnity-Edge Raintree Pool, surrounded by lush greenery. Entertain friends and loved ones at the Tree Top Gourmet, or walk your precious puppies at Pets’ Play. Play for love at the Tennis Court and challenge yourself at the spacious, state-of-the-art Gym at Irwell, elevated above the road level.
Tiong Bahru Bakery Foothills is a lovely new addition to Fort Canning Park. Complete with a viewing gallery, you’ll be able to take a peek into their kitchen and watch their croissant team in action– their first ever outlet to introduce this concept! Get up close and personal with the action and try not to drool! Enjoy a new space in the company of old favourites. All of which that respect age-old recipes and techniques, using only the best ingredients their team of bakers love and trust.
Dive into your bakery favourites. They’ll be there daily from 7.30am - 7pm. If you’re heading over by public transport, stop at Fort Canning MRT and come out through Exit B. If you’re driving, park at Clemenceau Avenue URA Carpark and walk over.
Inspired by the coastal prefecture of Fukui; the newly-opened Fukui is a hospitality-driven omakase concept located in a shophouse on Mohamed Sultan Road. From the team that brought you popular Kyuubei Izakaya, sisters Emilia and Eugenia Tan pay homage to the culinary traditions of Japan and its coastal prefecture of Fukui with seasonal produce consolidated and flown in regularly from Japan.
Flowing with the seasons, the menu refreshes monthly to showcase Japanese produce at its peak. Coupled with a Japanese sensibility for simplicity, serenity and wholehearted hospitality that envelops the interiors, Fukui culminates in an exclusive dining experience that invites patrons into a special corner of Japan.
Previously one of Telok Ayer's favorite F&B joints; Pantler has relocated to a new space along River Valley Road.
At their new and bigger home, their philosophy remains the same – to bring authentic and beautiful goods to the table and hope that their customers can taste the thought and craft behind them. Be sure to head to their new address to taste their wonderful bakes.
Eat. Drink. Party. Welcome to Yum Sing, an experiential dining and entertainment concept that pays homage to the colourful 60’s.
Travel back in time, let your hair down and have fun like how the party-people did in the 60’s, in true Singaporean style.
Let’s celebrate our collective love for food and a great time at a truly Singaporean playground, with a dose of nostalgia and blissful enjoyment, where the Yum Never Ends.
They pay tribute to the heritage, passion, culture and culinary artistry of our hawker masters, with a selection of authentic Singapore favourites. Savour Yu Sheng all year round, and let’s eat, drink, and be Mary!
Hanjip Korean Grill House at Clarke Quay strives to be the most authentic traditional Korean barbeque restaurant in Singapore.They are one of the biggest Korean barbeque restaurants in Singapore, covering 5,000 sqft in size.
They aspire to be recognised for their extensive range of aged Australian Wagyu, USDA Prime Beef as well as Kurobuta Berkshire Pork selection. While offering you top-notched service, seven different curated themed private dining room are available to enhance your dining experience.
Experience and savour the distinguished taste of authentic Korean barbeque in the Lion City. There at Hanjip Korean Grill House, they carefully select their meats and maintain the authentic traditions of serving only their guests’ the finest. Hanjip's signature cuts – the Australian Wagyu and USDA Prime are proudly aged, which enhances the flavour and texture while creating mouth-watering tenderness.
Visit Hanjip for an ultimate Korean grilling experience. See Hanjip's menu here.
Chef Ron Newton Leo, a veteran in fine Japanese cuisine with over 27 years of experience helms the kitchen at Ginza Shinto.
Reserve a seat at the bar counter and be enthralled as Chef Ron flexes his boundless creativity with flair. Enjoy exquisite sushi or a fabulous omakase meal with Ginza Shinto.
At Ginza Shinto, they source the finest fatty tuna from Toyosu Market, Japan for its exceptional taste and delicate texture. A mouthwatering duo, prized sea urchin complements the Otoro Nigiri with a delightful burst of umami.
2ToneVintage buy and sell vintage watches from as early as the 1920s from established and renowned brands like Patek Philippe, Rolex, Vacheron & Constantin, Omega, AP, Zenith, IWC, Piaget and Longines.
In the past decade, the founder of 2ToneVintage, Ali Nael has travelled the world to source the best watches for his impressive collection, known for its quality and originality. This passionate watch collector and Patek Philippe aficionado has since developed a remarkable eye for detail, and built up a wealth of knowledge in this specialty.
Following his passion, Ali established 2ToneVintage in Singapore, applying the same strict discipline and high standards used in curating his timepieces to his business.
Like his personal collection, 2ToneVintage is focused on high-end collectible-grade watches, carefully curated with an emphasis on quality, originality, and rarity, to meet the needs of both new and seasoned collectors alike.
As a collector himself, Ali is always ready to share his passion, skills and know-how with fellow collectors. He is available round the clock to answer any questions you might have, so if you’re looking to buy, sell, or simply to seek advice, feel free to reach out to 2ToneVintage.
Welcome to a whole new cinematic experience by Zouk Group! Zouk Cinema Club transforms its entertainment complex’s main room from dance floor to a place where everyone can gather to kick back with food and drinks while having a blast with friends. Unlike your typical hush-hush cinema, they welcome guests to express themselves and have fun while practising social distancing during screenings.
Go immerse in this new theatrical experience with Zouk’s dramatic and state-of-the-art lighting, and journey into a cosmic exploration of sights and sounds with crisp quality audio from Zouk’s renowned sound system built for high-quality audio experiences. Enjoy some of television’s greatest films surrounded by theatrical decor built around distinct bi-monthly themes.
Please note that only table packages are available, there are no single ticket admissions being sold.
The Real Peranakan opened two outlets in quick succession in July and August 2020, amidst a global pandemic.
Brainchild and a labour of love of a serial entrepreneur with diverse business interests in the emerging markets, Mr SY Lim, believed that amidst all the chaos in the world, good food is still the simplest and most effective way to encourage bonding, communion and the fostering of relationships. And that is what Peranakan cooking is all about.
With an Indonesian Baba grandfather, he grew up eating Peranakan food cooked by his mother and despite being well travelled and having tried a myriad of cuisines, he shares that Peranakan cooking still evokes the most comforting memories of home.
The Real Peranakan is founded on the belief that the gastronomical journey never ends, and in working with the best chefs, consumers would be treated with authentic dishes that connect with people of all ages. Savour the tangy, spicy, herby and aromatic flavours characteristic of authentic Peranakan cuisine helmed by Celebrity Chef Philip Chia, also known as Philip, The Peranakan Chef who curated the Channel 8 hit TV series ‘The Little Nonya.’
In the short span of 2 months, The Real Peranakan’s menu has evolved and now showcases a celebrated menu that pays homage to Singapore’s rich cultural diversity and heritage flavours from a bygone era, aptly helmed by a true-blue Peranakan and an indisputable authority on Peranakan Cuisine.
Diners can expect quintessentially traditional Peranakan dishes at The Real Peranakan.
Chinese cuisine is vast and varied, but no matter the region or province, you are guaranteed a delicious and comforting meal. The newly opened Tang Lung restaurant wants to capture that essence — all set against the backdrop of a slick, modern restaurant that pays homage to an era when traditional Chinese opera flourished.
Perched on the breezy Robertson Quay, Tang Lung boasts a wide array of Chinese cuisines from various regions, all with a distinctively modern twist: think luscious Steamed Flower Crabs in Shaoxing Wine, addictively buttery Pineapple Char Siew Tarts and crackling Deep Fried Soon Hock in Superior Soya Sauce.
With an expansive spread of over 60 dishes, Tang Lung is the perfect location for casual business lunches, decadent dim sum high teas, and hearty family dinners alike.
The restaurant’s star dish is undoubtedly the Steamed Flower Crab in Shaoxing Wine. The delicate, luscious meat of the flower crab is given a new dimension with the addition of the restaurant’s special sauce which contains a combination of sweet, fermented rice, spiced Shaoxing wine and soul-warming chicken oil that is made in-house. In this dish, two live flower crabs lie on a bed of fresh vermicelli noodles, which, after absorbing the juices and sauce from the crabs, make for a dish that is near revelatory.
The Steamed Glutinous Rice with Crab Roe might take at least half an hour to reach your table, but it is well worth the wait. The once-ordinary dish of glutinous rice gets a heady do-over at Tang Lung – cubes of Shiitake mushrooms, shredded dried scallops, Chinese ham, and crab roe are mixed into the rice and fried. The two sweet Yellow Roe Crabs and glutinous rice are first steamed separately, and then together for just the right amount of time inside a cheese cloth to impart a distinctive umami taste to the dish. Here is a secret — the best part of the dish is the rice beneath the crabs which soaks up all the juices from the tender crustaceans as it steams.
A historic double-wide heritage house in the heart of one of Singapore’s most beautiful neighborhoods, two former warehouse buildings built in 1908 were combined to form Robertson House.
In 1999, the property was recognized as a cultural asset by Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority.
At Robertson House, clients and collectors can host corporate off-sites, film and television shoots, and social events, from formal meetings and presentations to casual meet-ups, brunches, even formal dinners.
Immerse yourself in the Capital Kitchen experience at Zouk. Transformed into a unique and intimate space, the elegant lounge oozes both familiarity and novelty. Wine and dine in a space fondly remembered for lively tunes and ebullient nights, with a delectable array of dishes and platters alongside a selection of spirits, wines, sake and cocktails.
Limited seats are available per day and reservations are highly recommended.
Craft beer fans and fellow beer enthusiasts of Singapore, unite! The Good Beer Company is back in town. Now serving up 10 draft beer taps and a wide bottle selection in the River Valley area at 46 Kim Yam Road.
Taylor B has moved to a new location at 65 Mohamed Sultan Road! The massive showroom spans 55,000 sqft across four storeys of retail space for your furniture shopping.
Be sure to visit the impressive new Taylor B showroom. They are open daily from 10am till 6pm.
Have you Taylor B your home?
Taylor B is the leading furniture shop in Singapore. Go through any interior designer’s list of furniture stores in Singapore, and you will be sure to find them! They are known throughout the ID community as the "go to" place for the largest inventory of immediately available Singapore furniture.
Their new showroom and furniture warehouse space houses everything from antique chinese furniture, to furniture from designer brands such as Caracole, Schnadig, A.R.T and more.
As Asia's largest sourcing company and also producing out of their own factories, they are able to provide high quality home furnishing, at a fraction of what you would expect to pay at other high end furniture stores, for luxury furniture in Singapore!
English Football Museum (EFM) serves you up a fresh experience in nightlife. It’s a museum, a restaurant, a soccer-themed gaming bar, all the fun you need rolled into one awesome party place.
Dive into a unique experience of dining within a museum set-up at Clarke Quay, and explore a rare collection of autographed memorabilia from your favourite international football stars. Definitely an instagram-worthy opportunity for the die-hard soccer fan in you.
You could binge for hours over daily live streaming of EPL matches, or enjoy a good game of interactive foosball. No party rules, no dress codes, only fun at English Football Museum.
If your tummy needs some serious refuelling, grab an Iced-Cold Beer and choose from EFM's signature pizza selections- generous topping choices of Char Siew, Roast Pork, Chilli Crab and more ~ crafted to suit your local taste bud!
Cicada at Clarke Quay is a multi-concept dining and entertainment venue that spans two floors - on the first is an all-day dining bistro, while the second floor features a smouldering, jazz lounge (level 2 will be ready in Q2 2020).
The entire concept pivots on a Modern Asian angle - from the food, to signature cocktails on tap, and a regular live entertainment programme (showcasing top-notch Mandarin singer-songwriters and jazz musicians), Cicada blends the best of Singapore and our surrounding region to curate a welcoming space that hopes to offer a slice of elegance and tranquility within Clarke Quay.
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 樂 (‘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.
An establishment steeped in culinary history, the 1-Group introduces Zorba, The Greek Taverna – a unique Greek experience that brings authentic dishes with age-old traditions from the azure Mediterranean Sea to sunny Singapore. Sitting along the waterfront of the Singapore River in Clarke Quay, Zorba aims to transport guests to a Greek isle with nourishing simplicity set along the picturesque riverbank.
Taking pride in their culinary traditions, Zorba presents a selection of crowd-pleasing dishes from appetisers, pristine seafood and meats, and tempting desserts. Rooted in Greek heritage and culture, Zorba sources its traditional ingredients direct from Greek suppliers.
A signature option at Zorba is the extensive selection of Greek’s Mixed Grill Platter ($88). This hearty sharing platter includes cheese-stuffed bifteki, pork gyros, chicken and beef souvlaki, lamb chops and Loukaniko. Perfect for sharing with friends and family of two to three, this platter, and served with a side of fried potatoes, salad, and tzatziki. Another substantial dish is the classic grilled platter of Souvlaki ($20) that showcases juicy grilled meat skewers served with chips and tzatziki salad. Zorba's version features the traditional Greek selection; Argentinean air-flown Black Angus striploin, Iberico pork, and Brazilian chicken breast. The meats are marinated for 48 hours in a proprietary blend of spices before being grilled to perfection, making for a full-flavoured and tender bite.
An all-time favourite, the Htapothi Sti Skhara ($30) features a heritage recipe from the isles of Greece. The octopus is first tenderised by hand as the chef beats it with a smooth rock, after which it is sprinkled with salt water and rubbed with the same rock in a circular motion until the tentacles curl up. The octopus is then slow grilled atop a low-burning charcoal fire with sea-salt and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice, for a delicate smoky char.
Other noteworthy grilled items include Tsipoura ($32), which utilises sea bream flown in from Greece. The ancient Greeks held the sea bream or 'Orata' (Italian for 'golden') in high regard due to the golden flecks in its eyes, and it was frequently offered to the goddess Aphrodite for its attractiveness and meaty flesh. Keeping the seasoning light and clean, the fish is drizzled with lemon, garlic and olive oil and grilled on a plancha for a meal worthy of a deity.
Aside from pristine seafood and quality cuts of meat, the Greeks are equally known for their saccharine desserts. Fit for any sweet-tooth, Greek Baklava ($12) presents a rich sweet flaky pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and held together with honey. Another dessert staple includes Yiaourti Me Meli ($8) - Greek yoghurt with lashes of honey and crunchy walnuts.
Along with the great tasting food, Zorba also serves Katogi Averoff wines from Metsovo by the bottle to further enhance the Mediterranean experience.
The Singapore Buddhist Lodge on Kim Yam Road has recently celebrated its 85th anniversary with the opening of a new worship hall and the consecration of a golden Buddha statue.
The Singapore Buddhist Lodge was first known as The Singapore Buddhist Sutra Distribution Center. Following a series of expansion preparations, The Singapore Buddhist Lodge was established in 17 June 1934. After which the Lodge continues to expand, and charitable programmes are added to benefit all good friends of the public.
The Most Famous Bar on the Planet is coming to Singapore and they are launching an island-wide search for Coyotes! Coyote Ugly Saloon, the well-known American bar and restaurant brand that inspired the cult movie of the same name, features female bartenders and dancers called Coyotes in a fun, drinking environment. Taking over the premises that was formerly the f-Club at Clarke Quay, the 700 capacity bar and restaurant, launching in January 2020, will operate 7 days a week with choreographed dance routines taking place nightly. What an exciting addition to the local nightlife scene!
Coyote Ugly Saloon Singapore is launching a recruitment campaign calling for bartenders, singers and dancers to fill their 20 Coyote positions. The women empowered campaign calls for ‘Stars behind the Bar’ to forge a star-studded career and have fun doing it. Successful candidates of this coveted role get to travel for guest stints in their 26 Coyote Ugly Saloon locations around the world.
The Coyote Ugly legend began with a Lillana Lovell, a dream and a little bit of Wild Turkey. In 1992, the Wall Street apprentice, sick of working for other people, quit her job and started working behind the bar. Her quick wit, antics behind the bar and the ability to take your last dollar eventually led to her opening the first Coyote Ugly outlet in New York city. Two Disney executives walked into the bar one day and had such a great time that they decided to make a movie about it. In the year 2000, Touchstone Pictures and producer Jerry Brukheimer released the film “Coyote Ugly”, directed by Michael Bay and starred Piper Perabo, Maria Bello and Adam Garcia. The rest they say is Hollywood history.
Today, the Coyote Ugly Saloon franchise operates 26 outlets in the US, UK, Russia, Germany, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and Japan and has earnings that grossed over $34 million in 2017. Liliana Lovell is personally involved in the recruitment and training of Coyotes, interested candidates can apply with their CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org or check out their FB page.
City Developments Limited (CDL), CapitaLand Limited (CapitaLand) and Ascott Residence Trust (Ascott Reit) have teamed up to redevelop the Liang Court into an integrated development following the proposed sale by CDL Hospitality Trusts (CDLHT) of its total interest in Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay, subject to the approval of CDLHT’s unitholders at its extraordinary general meetings, to the 50:50 CDL-CapitaLand joint venture entities and CDL. Concurrently, Ascott Reit will sell part of its interest in Somerset Liang Court Singapore2 to CDL.
Subject to approval from the relevant authorities, the proposed integrated development with a total gross floor area of 100,263 sqm will comprise two residential towers offering around 700 apartment units, a commercial component, a hotel and a serviced residence with a hotel licence. Upon completion, the 50:50 CDL-CapitaLand joint venture entities will own the residential and commercial components while Ascott Reit will own the 192-unit serviced residence with a hotel licence. CDLHT will own the hotel, which will have about 460 to 475 rooms4, under a forward purchase agreement with CDL5. The hotel will be operated under the Moxy brand by Marriott International while the serviced residence will retain its Somerset branding. The proposed integrated development is targeted to open in phases from 2024. Read more about this announcement here.
Revel in the unique Tang Music Box karaoke experience in the prime entertainment hub of Clarke Quay. Be instantly charmed by the delectable array of imported snacks and drinks selection, as you enter the thematic rooms that will provide you the space and comfort for your enjoyment needs. With state-of-the-art facilities and wide music catalogue, Tang Music Box is your ideal hangout spot for families and friends alike.
Tired of picking out green peas from a bowl of mixed nuts? Because they value their customers and believe that you truly deserve only the best, Tang Music Box offer a range of premium snacks in their concept store.
Munch on your favourite packet of Kettle chips and no, sharing is not caring so grab one all for yourself! Apart from their well-stocked concept store which is a perfect place for customers to mingle and jingle, check out their uniquely themed rooms that are sure to channel you from blue Mondays to happy TGIFs.
Welcome to The Crossroads, where great music meets freshly brewed craft beer and Michelin-quality food. Live at The Crossroads, party to great local artists and touring internationals. You’ll also find locally brewed beer, premium spirits, cocktails and a curated wine list to satisfy the most discerning tastes.
Their brand’s flagship outlet sits at the crossroads of Asia in the heart of Clarke Quay, Singapore’s leading night life district. With a healthy balance of tourists, locals and ex-pats, Clarke Quay delivers a million visitors a month.
Combining forces with the established and respected craft beer brand of Crossroads Brewing Co, the new company will brew locally and regionally and will now cater to a wider craft beer audience, ranging from the newly indoctrinated weekend warrior to the sophisticated beer geek. We will continue to brew our core recipes in Cambodia while using the local brewery for seasonals and specialty brews.
A cozy terrace in the heart of Clarke Quay, Yin is for like-minded people to congregate. Located within The Riverhouse, Yin is an al-fresco bar by day and lounge by night, where their patrons can enjoy non-stop entertainment ranging from LIVE performances to sports, from dusk ’till dawn.
A melodious blend of tradition and modernity, Mimi at The Riverhouse in Clarke Quay fuses intriguing flavours from Sichuan, Shanghai and Mongolia with contemporary cooking techniques and distinctive presentations to create an engaging dining experience. Heavily invigorated by its past as a headquarter for secret societies, every dish seeks to convey the secrets, origins and stories of Chinese culture. Click here to view Mimi's menu.
Mimi is also a unique wedding venue choice which offers couples a complete experience of modern Chinese cuisine with a touch of cultural heritage in a 150 year old Heritage Building in the heart of Clarke Quay. Check out their Wedding Kit here for more information.
Part of the newly-opened The Riverhouse at Clarke Quay, Yang is the first upmarket International Asian Club with a distinct music and theatrical entertainment direction. Positioned to be continuous innovators in the Nightlife industry, this nightspot will be the future top-of-mind experiential nightclub identity for Asian revelers in Singapore.
Elegance and Class in Clarke Quay's Oldest Establishment.
Housed within the most iconic and time-honored property in Clarke Quay, The Riverhouse is a multi-concept destination run by 1-Group comprising of an alfresco bar, modern Chinese restaurant and world-class nightclub.
Built in the 1870s along the banks of Clarke Quay, The Riverhouse began life as a thriving “secret society” house helmed by several headmen of the notorious Ghee Hok Society. The same vibrancy continues to live today in this two-storey multi-concept space housing a modern Chinese restaurant, alfresco bar and world-class nightclub – namely Mimi, Yin and Yang.
With its distinctively seductive Chinese architecture, remnants of the past are still present as the establishment pays homage to Eastern influences with top-notch Asian-fusion cuisine and monthly exchanges with the top clubs in Asia. Diners and partygoers alike can expect an immersive experience as they marvel at the sultry décor that amalgamates tradition and modernity.
Welcome to the alp of prestige. Own a rare haven of magnificence and restfulness in new property project RV Altitude. RV Altitude is nestled along the more effluent and metropolitan enclave of River Valley Road, conceptually designed along the metaphor of river and valleys, sets amidst an alpine inspired landscape.
RV Altitude is a unique residence offering 140 exclusive freehold units composed of 2-bedroom, 2-bedroom premium and 2-bedroom dual-key units in 21 storeys high exclusively shaped home for the crème de la crème. You can click here for more information about this launch.
Take care of your home safety and comfort even while you're away. Each RV Altitude unit comes with an advance gateway system that features a pan and tilt camera with motion detection, night vision, video recordings, two-way audio capability and alarm notification. Fully expanadable, this smart system ensures a healthy, liveable and sustainable abode. Enjoy peace of mind right at your fingertips.
East Treasure Chinese Restaurant is another exciting new concept by ASTONS, serving an extensive menu of delectable, exquisite and value-for-money Chinese cuisine created by their Master Chef. Pairing up the freshest ingredients with modest cooking styles incredibly bring out the natural flavours of ingredients which is never too heavy on the palate and offer a more distinctive experience for discerning diners.
The casual and cosy ambience is the ideal venue to hang around with family, friends, and associates over a satisfying meal.
Rodizio Do Brazil in Clarke Quay is an authentic Brazilian restaurant where they provide top quality food, service and an unforgettable dining experience for their customers.
All-you-can-eat Rodizio Do Brazil Brazillian Churrascaria and Bar offers buffet spread includes a Western and Chinese salad bar, a wide selection of premium meat and seafood mixed together with six different types of dessert with fruit platter.
They take pride in their beef and lamb sources are grass-fed and not grain-fed. Their barbequed meats and seafood are freshly grilled in the open kitchen and serve right at the table by the knife-wielding Passadors!
Cask & Bangers is a gastro bar focusing on the best of British fares. At Cask & Bangers, they are combining gourmet food, craft drinks, live music and sports community to create great memories in the comfort of your next door pub at the heart of buzzing Clarke Quay.
With a modern contemporary interior and state of the art sounds speaker; they promise to deliver a vibrant & cozy ambience to their guests while they enjoy the curated craft beers menus and unpretentious comfort food.
Serving up hearty pies, bangers & mash, Yorkshire puddings, fish & chips from Nanna's recipe book. Along with thirst quenchers like craft beers, IPA, lager, gin, whisky and ciders. Naturally a great pair for a rocking night out.
Holey Moley Golf Club in Clarke Quay will be Singapore’s first all-in-one mini golf club & bar. It is set to open from December 6.
Holey Moley Golf Club is a mini golf course and bar that turns traditional putt putt into a multi-sensory labyrinth of unique holes that’ll keep you on your toes across the craziest round of golf you’ve ever played.
And with drinks, cocktails and tunes on offer at their full service bar, The Caddyshack Bar will take care of all your off-the-green needs.
It’s Singapore's best mini golf course. Par none.
Get ready to putt your stuff! Holey Moley has the best and most unique mini golf courses in Singapore. If you’ve ever harboured dreams of being Happy Gilmore, here’s your chance. We’ve got the weirdest, whackiest, most wonderful mini golf holes – ready and waiting for you to putt loose.
Mini golf is thirsty work. The Caddyshack Bar will take care of you.
Their full service cocktail bar has a luscious list of libations. They’ve got beers, wines, mocktails, cocktails and spirits to quench your thirst.
The gourmet kitchen serves up scrumptious snacks, giant burgers, hot dogs and fries.
Nestled in the heart of Orchard Road, 8 St Thomas is set to become the latest iconic freehold development. Get to Orchard Road, Marina Bay Financial Centre, and prestigious schools in a heartbeat. Live fabulously with boundless options right before you.
Soak in the beathtaking views of marmalade sunrises and sunsets that greet you from beyond the skylines of Marina Bay Sands and Orchard every day.
Strategically located in close proximity to Orchard and Tanglin, 8 St Thomas combines opulent desins with the rustic charm of bontany, uniquely curated to bring on life's finest indulgences. Experience a kaleidoscope of shopping, lifestyle and cultural adventures where the splendour of cosmopolitan living is at your fingertips.
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.
With an array of barbecued meat prepared with Sichuan spices & more than 10 different flavours of noodles, feast your eyes and tummies in a cosy space right in the ever-lively heart of Clarke Quay. Get ready for a unique barbecue experience that will keep you coming back for more!
Greenwood Fish Market offers more than just fresh seafood. They offer an entire experience. Expect to find the most exquisite, gargantuan and outlandish seafood at Greenwood Fish Market. Visit their latest & 3rd outlet which is now open at Valley Point.
Since 2003, Greenwood Fish Market has taken pride in delighting customers through their culinary craft and seasonal menus. They import and retail exotic cold water seafood from all over the globe, including fresh oysters, swordfish, Boston lobsters, Dungeness crabs and more.
Whether you choose to enjoy these seafood in their restaurant or to purchase them from their retail section, be assured that quality is their utmost priority. Moreover, with shipments that vary from week to week, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
With the fragrant aroma of Sichuan peppercorns and chilies beckoning, get ready to welcome new hotpot restaurant chain Spice World Hot Pot from China making its inaugural presence in Singapore with a 200-seater, 6,000 sqft duo-design dining space at Clarke Quay that serves up an array of aromatic spicy and non-spicy soup broths with exquisitely plated, high-quality and fresh ingredients.
Spice World Hot Pot, founded in 2003 is one of China’s top ten global hotpot brands that prides itself in the meticulous preparation of its soup broths and accompaniments. No artificial flavouring, MSG or flavor enhancers are used. Instead, soup bases are first brewed in Sichuan China using the most carefully sourced deep forest peppercorns from Hongya farmlands, chilies from the mountainous origins of Guizhou and Sichuan before being air-flown to Singapore where it goes through a secondary preparation. All soup bases including the much loved Sichuan mala broth are brewed for at least four to six hours.
Diners can choose from 7 different soup bases – mala, which comes in three varying degrees of spiciness (mild, medium, hot), pork belly and chicken, three-delicacy (pork, chicken, duck), wild mushroom, tomato, tom-yam, and curry.
At Spice World, accompanying ingredients such as beef, pork and lamb are freshly sourced, painstakingly prepared and hand-sliced as opposed to frozen and machined cut. Similarly, all seafood arrives at Spice World fresh, not frozen. A source of great pride, this method of serving fresh ingredients is Spice World’s hallmark of distinction.
From the freshest Australian M8 Wagyu beef, delicately draped to form a dress over a doll, to the Australian mutton slices served on a meter long plank, to the good-humouredly named Prime Minister’s Pork Balls (former U.K Prime Minister David Cameron’s favourite dish) made from pork belly and parsley, to the delicately sliced rumen tripe from the first section of a cow’s stomach that contains the grass it consumes; all meats are air-flown to ensure that freshness and quality are never compromised. For seafood lovers, freshly prepared shrimp paste made from 100% shrimp meat and tobiko are a perennial favourite amongst diners along with the seafood platter.
To add a bit of fun to the dining experience, diners can choose to have a teddy bear or Hello Kitty shaped out of mala soup and beef oil added to the hotpot and watch it slowly melt into the broth (limited to only 8 per day!). This fun element has been and still is a big hit with Spice World patrons around the world. Diners can also have a meal with Nicholas the Bear, a life-sized teddy bear stuffed toy mascot, if he is not too busy posing for pictures.
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.
Helming the kitchen is Australian Chief Executive Chef Tim Ashwood, who brings over a decade of global experience in the French dining scene, including prestigious roles at the iconic Michelin-starred restaurant in Hotel Plaza Athénée in Paris and the acclaimed Vue De Monde Australia, Melbourne’s elegant fine-dining institution.
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.
Nickeldime’s international bar food menu features small bites and hearty meals, with hero dishes including an irresistible Duck Waffle. A crisp cheddar and thyme waffle is served with confit duck, candy bacon and thyme maple syrup for an ultimate tantalising burst of both sweet and savoury flavours. Another highlight is the modernised Croque Madame, prepared with house made brioche, hand carved ham, spiced béchamel and a fried egg – the Chef’s personal favourite inspired by his time in France. For small bites, diners can look out for the signature Spinach & Kale Croquettes, Nickeldime’s staple Mac & Cheese and authentically delicious Scotch Eggs.
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.
Are you ready for a totally new experience in dining? How about something fresh, exciting and out of the ordinary to tempt your taste buds? If you are a meat lover and beef connoisseur get ready for an unforgettable experience. The well-known and loved ASTONS' chain is opening The Ranch Steakhouse & Bar, a classic steakhouse which will be located at Clarke Quay in Downtown Singapore.
It will include an exceptional dining area with an outdoor bar and seating to take advantage of the vibrant parade of passer-bys.
This is the Classic Steakhouse concept, serving terrific value meals to guests. As soon as you walk through the door, you’ll be captivated by delectable aromas from their mouth-watering cuts of meat. Order your preferred steak and it will be cooked to perfection by their artisan chefs.
The Ranch’s menu will feature exceptional succulent dry-aged beef, premium beef and secondary cuts offering delicate flavourand tenderness, all home-made and delicious. Exclusive dry-aged beef is served to guests with “bones in”. The concept of “bone-in” greatly enhances taste, aroma and tenderness of the meat. Other classics, such as Terrines, Beef Tartar, Oxtail and many more, will be among the premium selections. The full bar is equipped with an extensive range of international wines and ‘good old’ German beer. With its stunning riverside location, The RANCH is your ideal choice to impress business colleagues, entertain with friends or enjoy sensational value-for-money meals with family.
They will offer the highest quality American and Australian Steaks, great wines and first class service in an exceptional setting, making The Ranch your favourite go-to dining destination in no time. They will continue to use the highest quality ingredients at affordable prices.
Brighton Montessori's brand new double-storey centre is now open at River Valley, just across Valley Point.
The new centre offers spacious classrooms, naturally-lit dining area and an exciting indoor playground! Helmed by an experienced and dedicated team of educators, you can be assured that your child will learn and grow in a safe and conducive environment just like a home away from home.
At Brighton Montessori, they understand that every child learns differently. Adopting a hands-on learning approach, they teach and cultivate interests individually, giving them the freedom to explore concepts of language, mathematics and more, all at their own pace.
Brighton Montessori offers programmes catered to children from 18 months to 6 years old.
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.
Driven by their desire to provide the best gourmet food for everyday living, Jones the Grocer aims to inspire and excite the imagination of all food lovers.
Jones the Grocer is an Australian origin food emporium aimed at inspiring a love of great food and providing customers with a full gourmet experience. Their retail offering includes a wide range of fine foods sourced locally and internationally, including artisan groceries, a European deli, a walk-in cheese room, specialty coffee, freshly baked breads and pastries, homewares, gifts and hampers.
Jones the Grocer has become the ultimate food lover’s destination in many international locations with stores currently in Australia, New Zealand, Qatar, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.
Kushikatsu Tanaka is a popular kushikatsu chain from Japan with over 160 outlets across its homeland. We can now taste the popular "kushikatsu" (deep-fried cutlet skewers) and other authentic Osaka street-food items without traveling to the Land of the Rising Sun.
The 64-seater flagship restaurant in Singapore is centrally-located at Clarke Quay and it will serve more than 30 variations of the golden kushikatsu, which can be enjoyed with its signature dipping sauce.
Diners can also look forward to more than 15 varieties of specially-concocted Jim Beam highballs.
Martin Modern by Guocoland is situated on a 1.6 hectare site in District 9, and is the latest luxury residential development in the posh Robertson Quay neighbourhood. It will be the Home within a Botanic Garden in District 9 with an arboretum of native trees and vegetation, occupying 80% of the land area. The garden will have 15 different spaces with various concepts like a party lawn, a forest trail, rain gardens and a maze among others.
It will house collections of more than 200 species of plants and more than 50 species of trees and palms, including the native ones like the jelutong, meranti and chengal.
Residents will benefit from being within walking distance to the Great World MRT station, Orchard Road, Robertson Quay and Clarke Quay, and the convenience of being in close proximity to popular areas such as the CBD, Marina Bay and Civic District. The Robertson Quay neighbourhood has shaped up to be a hip and happening lifestyle destination with the opening of four new hotels, many trendy wine bars, restaurants and cafes.
In close proximity are reputable educational institutions like River Valley Primary School, Singapore Management University and various international schools. It is also well connected to other parts of Singapore by major arterial roads and the Central Expressway. The higher floors of the luxury condominium development is expected to enjoy vantage views of the city and Marina Bay.
Martin Modern is an unique development crafted by master craftsmen. The master architect, Yip Yuen Hong from iPli Architects is a four time President’s Design Award winner. The project architect, ADDP Architects is a multi-faceted architectural firm while the landscape design is by ICN Design International, an award-winning landscape architecture firm.
With its location and development concept, Martin Modern offers that rare opportunity for home owners who are looking to enjoy both the tranquillity of luxury living, as well as the convenience of a modern lifestyle complete with amenities and concierge services.
S.A.D's Hair Design at River Valley is a cool Japanese salon looking like an art gallery. The team is led by Japanese stylists Katsuto Akimichi who previously set up two hair salons in Japan (Diptych and Switch in Kansai prefecture) and Yoshi, decade-old veterans in the industry.
They do coloring services from $120, perms from $180, rebonding from $250. A haircut at $80 for men and $100 for women. Basic hair treatments are available from $60.
They are using and carrying products by brands like Shiseido, Hoyu, Pravana, Nook and Mucota, also available for purchase.
Huone Events Hotel is a more-in-one venue for small business events and meetings. A hotel that focuses only on business events and meetings.
With 11 creative meeting rooms, the team at Huone caters to your event needs with customised solutions: thematic meeting rooms, event consultation, entertainment, accommodation arrangement, in-house dining, etc. Be it regional meetings, board meetings, team building sessions, press launches, or year-end dinners, Huone has you covered.
Enjoy the goodnesses of Bird's Nest by Nesture Cafe at Valley Point minus the painstaking preparation work. Brilliant is the word.
Nesture Cafe welcomes you to enjoy a bowl of freshly prepared bird’s nest dessert, Bird's Nest macarons, waffles and so much more in a lovely, relaxing space.
Nesture 100% Bird’s Nest is sourced from the abundant island of Sumatra, Indonesia. Harvested from their own house nests, with the ideal environment, their bird’s nests have fewer impurities and feathers, and the texture is thus smoother and softer.
Their raw bird’s nests are carefully selected by their team of bird’s nest harvesters who have over a decade of experience in fine picking quality bird’s nest. Once they've ticked off a stringent checklist, they begin to clean them by using only filtered water. Absolutely no chemical washing or bleaching. The bird’s nests are then carefully packed before making their way to Singapore where they cast another round of watchful quality checks.
The natural goodness of Nesture Bird’s Nest can be enjoyed in a variety of ways: Ready To Enjoy, Dried and Freshly Brewed Desserts. Each product's packaging is exquisitely designed as a treat for yourself or a thoughtful gift for a friend or loved one.
Bird’s nest has long been revered by people of all ages and genders for its prized nutritional benefits. Beyond being a powerful antioxidant and immunity booster, it is much loved for its anti-aging qualities. It is deemed to rejuvenate the skin and maintain a youthful complexion when consumed regularly and over time. For pregnant women, bird’s nest can alleviate physical discomfort and improve foetal immune functions; while new mothers can take comfort in a speedier recovery after birth.
Japanese fresh fish Izakaya Style restaurant, Yonpachi Gyojo is now at UE Square.
Kaisen Bijin Nabe (beauty hotpot) and Yonpachi Mori (Sashimi) are their main specialties.
Yonpachi Gyojo sources its sustainable seafood from 48 fishing ports around Japan. Their seafood is flown into Singapore 3 times a week.
In November 2006, the U.S "Science" journal reported that natural fish and shellfish would extinct by 2048 based on the results of 4 years research. "Yonpachi Gyojo" was named to wish that in the future all would still be able to eat delicious fish.
Established in 1976, Red House Seafood has built a strong reputation of pairing fresh seafood with Asian flavours. The esteemed home-grown restaurant chain's latest branch is at Clarke Quay and it will open on 16 December 2016.
Over the years, Red House Seafood has built a strong reputation for good quality, fresh seafood specialising in Asian seafood dishes and Singaporean favourites such as Crabs in Red House Chilli Stew and their Scottish Brown Crabs. Their intimate attention to flavours makes them popular amongst locals, expatriates and tourists.
According to a study completed by NASA, a 10 minute jump on a trampoline is equivalent to a 30 minute run. This means trampolining is 68% more effective than running and provides equal benefits in a shorter timeframe.
Physical benefits are various and they include a very efficient cardiovascular workout which provides an increased heart rate and an important workout for the heart. Jumping on a trampoline strengthens the muscles of the feet and all the muscles up to the stomach muscles. These two health benefits combine for a powerful mixture that is very efficient in losing weight. Strengthening of the muscles increases the metabolism and speeds up the burning of fat, while the cardiovascular workout helps in burning calories much faster and more efficiently. The muscles also get more flexible by constant motion of jumping on a trampoline.
The full facility rental available for birthdays and events.