Timbre+ Eastside at Singapore Expo is a newly-launched green and sustainable food park in the east. Designed as a place for communities to come together to meet, learn and play, the space is constantly filled with programmes to keep you, friends and family entertained.
Spanning over 2,000 sqm in size, with a seating capacity of up to 800 seats adhering to all social distancing measures, Timbre+ Eastside offers a diverse selection of international and local cuisines.
Timbre’s Bottle Shop, will serve 200 curated beers, ciders, and spirits from all over the world, and it also featurres a robotic cocktail arm which will mix up the cocktails and mocktails.
A first-of-its-kind Kerbside concept too, where you can order from the Timbre+ app and drive-through for food pickup in the comfort of your car.
A café by day and lounge by night, you can now sit back and relish close to 60 inimitable coffee and cocktail classics, with unique offerings from Nanyang Kopi to shot of liquid courage and everything in between at Ratio Café & Lounge.
Ratio Café & Lounge is currently the talk of the town. Not only for its futuristic coffee and cocktail making robotic arms but also for its extensive menu of deliciously made concoctions.
Crafted by collaborative robots or “cobots” – with precision, the drinks offered are conceptualised by some of the world’s leading bartenders, baristas and master “Tao Chiews” (masters at the art of making nanyang kopi) – think Tom Yum Martini, Pandan Whisky latte, Kopi O Gao and more. The icing on the cake? You can create and fully personalise your drink based on your individual preference using Ratio’s proprietary system that can put together ingredients at the exact ratio specified by you, via the Ratio app or the electronic ordering system.
Introducing ELLA, Singapore’s first fully autonomous robotic barista. An unmanned, contactless café experience that serves barista-quality coffee and engage the senses is no longer a thing of the future.
Designed by Crown Digital, the smart retail solution provider arm of Crown Coffee, the latest version of ELLA, ELLA X, was built on the back of 4 earlier prototypes and experience from serving over 80,000 cups of coffee at over 40 events across the last 2 years. Situated next to Crown Coffee’s CT Hub 2 location, she is the first commercial standalone model designed for unmanned and contactless retail operations that is launched in the public domain.
Fully self-contained with its own mobile app, payment gateway and e-wallet, the end user can order and make payment on the Crown Coffee app on-the-go, while earning rebates by paying using Crown Dollars stored in their Crown Wallet. While ELLA is preparing the coffee, an interactive transparent OLED screen opens up a myriad of possibilities – from serving as an augmented reality photo booth to displaying customised dynamic advertising that is targeted to the end-user’s profile, or even indulging the end-user in a quick game or two. All while ELLA’s six axis robot arm works her magic behind the screen to produce the perfect cup of barista-quality coffee, using high quality Buscaglione Coffee beans that are ground-to-order and freshly frothed milk.
The popular hotpot restaurant chain Haidilao has set-up another new outlet at Marina Square and this is their first overseas branch to launch their exclusive custom-order service plus robotic servers.
From the main dining hall to your own private dining room, lose yourself in an immersive dining experience through sound and light projection, this new branch is unlike any other restaurants you’ve visited.
As a brand created in 1994, Haidilao International Holding Ltd. has developed into a world-renowned catering enterprise over the course of a two-decade development.
The first overseas Haidilao store was opened in Singapore in 2012, marking the first step in its global expansion. Since 2012, 10 stores have been launched in Singapore. In June 2019, Haidilao, widely accepted by local people and media, won the "(SPBA) Top Ten Industry Leading Brands Award of China" awarded by Lianhe Zaobao, an authoritative newspaper, in Singapore.
Hawkee is Singapore’s very first robotic food court operating out of Fraser Tower in the heart of the central business district.
Hawkee presents a delicious and fuss-free dining experience where their robochefs whip up local favourites and trendy delicacies, from Hokkien Mee, Char Kway Teow to Mala Xiang Guo in Singapore's first-ever eatery with fully-automated cooking.
The newly-opened 91-seater food court operates with a total of 10 robotic chefs.
D.I.A.N.A., is the name of Hawkee's robotic hawker chef and it is capable of whipping up 11 different local delights. matching the freshness and authenticity of a traditional hawker centre!
Honeymill at Paragon is the world’s first honey store to offer cups of different honey drinks mixed and perfected by a robot. They also offer a diverse range of honeys from all over the world, snacks such as breadsticks with honey crème dip, and healthy no-bake cakes that contains no preservatives & no colouring.
Their mission is to bring happiness and healthiness to their customers with "THe Taste of Joy". Savour "The Taste of Joy" and sample their honeys at their newly-opened Paragon store or visit their website and get it delivered from hive to jar to your door.
Savour premium DIY salad bowls and grab a cuppa from Singapore’s first commercial robotic barista.
Marina Bay Sands’ signature café SweetSpot has unveiled its all-new flagship outlet at the grand lobby of the iconic ArtScience Museum. The contemporary café marks Marina Bay Sands’ first full-fledged wellness dining concept, as the integrated resort continues to diversify its food and beverage offerings.
A destination already popular with tourists and young families, the museum is now home to the family-friendly café featuring a kid’s corner with games and activities. Visitors can unwind and bask in an expansive setting illuminated by natural daylight through magnificent glass windows.
“SweetSpot at ArtScience Museum is a step forward in our journey to elevate health and wellness dining. We want our visitors to know that eating healthy can also be a fun and flavourful experience. The new café, paired with its scenic location by the waterfront, will be a wonderful complement to our existing line-up of culinary offerings,” said Christine Kaelbel- Sheares, Vice President of Food and Beverage, Marina Bay Sands.
Debuting at the flagship SweetSpot is Singapore’s first commercial robotic barista developed by local entrepreneur Keith Tan. The fully automated 6-axis robot has been customized to make different combinations of coffee at four times the rate of any human barista. Upon payment, all to-go beverage orders are personalized before being programmed to the robotic barista. Once ready, guests can pick up their cup at the service counter fitted with digital screens indicating their names.
Choose from SweetSpot's selection of signature salads, packed with fresh, crisp and juicy greens and meats. Or build your own salad bowl—ideal for calorie counters, busy professionals and even the most finicky eaters. Bring your kids along too, as they’ve prepared healthy meals especially for them.
Get your caffeine fix with a handcrafted cup of artisan coffee, carefully brewed using premium blends that are sustainably sourced from certified farmers. For a quick boost of energy on the go, take your pick from any of their nutritious smoothies.
Don’t forget to check out their daily selection of artisan breads, cakes and tarts. And while you’re there, why not explore an ArtScience Museum exhibition or two for your regular dose of art?