Pizza Fabbrica is an authentic Italian wood-fired pizzeria and bar located in vibrant Kampong Glam. They serve up traditional recipes in a modern setting.
Their pizzas are done Neapolitan style, they are fired in the wood fire oven (burning at around 450-500 degrees celcius) for no more than 90 seconds, giving the crust that authentic “leopard spotted” char and the smoky-ness.
All their pizzas are hand stretched, and thus are thin in the center with a crust that is crisp on the outside whilst being fluffily soft inside. They top their pizza with raw San Marzano tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella. The focus is well balanced crust, toppings and quality of ingredients.
These traits are typical of a Neapolitan pizza. Taste it at Pizza Fabbrica.
Premium gelato brand Momolato has upped the ante in the healthy lifestyle ice cream game with a new late-night, 18-seater, eco-friendly gelateria in Kampong Glam that exudes tropical style and offers mind-blowing artisanal flavours.
The gelatos available at the newly-opened Momolato Café are exquisite and inspirational and backed by Momolato’s deep experience as Singapore’s premium gelato maker. Started by former investment banker Sharon Tay, the company is best known as the ‘gelato brand behind the brands’, having supplied many of the island’s best restaurants for years.
The Momolato gelato range changes weekly and offers a cornucopia of creations that draw upon the world’s best ingredients. Now you can choose from 18 exquisite flavours with the choice of Keto, Signature or Premium ($4.90-$8). Enjoy gelato in a pandan leaf-wrapped cone ($1.50-$3), with waffles or croffles ($6.60 to $12 for Keto) or tuck into a Keto, sugar-free, diabetic-friendly smoothie range that includes Mango Yoghurt Pomelo flavour, Avocado Coconut or Strawberry Cheesecake ($8).
Popsicle Spritzers are great for cooling down on a hot day. Choose from Watermelon Mint and Watermelon Kiwi Pop, Coconut Water Lychee pop or Mango Coconut and Passionfruit Pop ($8).
Momolato’s super pure gelato uses only the best natural ingredients without additives or artificial flavouring.The range features unique flavour fusions and culinary complexity that matches today’s market for guilt-free gourmandise with seasonal signatures and delicious disruption. Notable must-trys are the Premium and Signature flavour range of Kochi Yuzu Shiso from Japan, Chocolate Arabica Coffee from Ecuador, Roasted Sicilian Pistachio and more locally Mao Shan Wang durian flavour, Oolong Hojicha Tiramisu and Ondeh-Ondeh Sweet Potato Swirl ($4.90 - $5.90 per scoop).
Momolato’s Keto gelato range is sweetened naturally using monkfruit extract, stevia, erythritol, and allulose, ingredients that are not absorbed by the gut and are diabetic-friendly. Says Tay: “Our philosophy can be succinctly summarized as this – we'd not make and serve gelato that we do not want our loved ones eating. We make our gelato using only clean, natural and wholesome ingredients. No nasties allowed.” The company has handcrafted more than 240 gelato and popsicle flavours since it started in 2014.
Drawing inspiration from its location on Haji Lane, Momolato’s new venue reflects a modern kampong atmosphere with hand-crafted rattan boards, botanical palm design on the walls and a corrugated iron bar reminiscent of kampong rooftops. Late-night date nights will never be the same, the new gelateria, – open until 2am – offers a fresh tropical vibe with Peranakan tile accents and tableware made from biodegradable fallen Areca leaves that reflect the area’s kampong culture.
Owner Sharon Tay says of her gelato range: “My intent for Momolato is to create inventive, not-too-sweet gelato flavours that capture the essence of exquisite ripe fruits as well as various gourmet and natural ingredients. My focus is on using minimally processed, fresh, whole ingredients as well as simple, clean methods to churn out fresh, locally made gelato daily.”
Perched on the rooftop of a conservation shophouse on Tras Street, Levant is a stylish, cosmopolitan open-air bar that crafts out sleek cocktails and Mediterranean-inspired mezze plates perfect for sharing.
Their menu plays with the flavours of the region, mingling citrus with exotic spices and florals.
Smooth grooves, sassy beats and the cool city breeze set the tone for nights of reunions and rendezvous.
Located in the heart of the Central Business District, The Bravery is back in business after a short closure.
Previously located in Jalan Bear, the new space on Amoy Street was designed to offer respite from the frantic pace outside. Cosy up in one of their quiet corners and come to your senses, with the help of their coffee and freshly baked breads.
Lift your spirits with a comforting cup of cappuccino or change it up with their signature Lavender latte. Whichever you choose, their freshly baked brownies will undoubtedly prove to be a delicious pairing.
Mikkeller Bar is a casual 10-tap craft beer bar in the historical Chinatown. Located in the famed Chinatown Complex, expect amazing hawker food to be found, best paired with an amazing selection of craft beers.
Founded in 2006 by current Creative Director Mikkel Borg Bjergsø and journalist Kristian Klarup Keller in Copenhagen, Mikkeller was initially based on the gypsy brewery ethos and continues this practise today. This rule-breaking cult brewery now also operates four brewing facilities - Mikkeller Brewing San Diego, Mikkeller Brewpub London, brewpub Warpigs and Mikkeller Baghaven in Copenhagen - as well as over 30 bars and restaurants across the world.
Immerse yourself in the congenial atmosphere of TANOKE on Purvis Street in discovering the gastronomic pleasures of food and sake pairing. Lush teal walls are embellished with warm accents of metal and wood for that contemporary yet welcoming ambience.
The TANOKE team believe that a good pairing truly elevates the dining experience and inspires moments of enjoyment and pleasure. They'd like to call it The Joy of Food and Sake.
Housed in a historic unit on Amoy Street, KULTO takes its customers on an insider trip to Spain through a sensory experience of Spanish food and decor steeped in history.
KULTO brings a slice of Spain to the dining experience with an iconic feature of Madrid and Barcelona apartments, the wooden shutters. The beautifully restored space is lined with wooden shutters and completed with clean and neutral colours featuring accents of wood – so diners will be in the moment to truly enjoy the food and atmosphere.
A customer’s experience at KULTO is fully taken care of by the Chefs, and customers get front-row seats to them working their magic in the open kitchen, which is an extension of the private dining room. The dishes come out rhythmically, just like parts of a symphony, landing on solid wooden tables, where the colours and energy of the food get to shine on its own.
Born and bred in Rioja, Spain, Head Chef José Alonso helms the kitchen of KULTO. Inspired by his heritage, culture, and philosophy of letting good quality produce speak for themselves, every plate at KULTO steers close to the traditional rendition of the dish and lets the freshness of seasonal produce take centre-stage.
An unparalleled tailoring experience awaits. For over a decade, MARLO's brand has been synonymous with the fine art of bespoke tailoring, crafting formal event regalia, professional attire and leisure garments to suit the lifestyle trends of their discerning clients across Asia, Europe, the Americas and the Middle East. Their garments are subjected to stringent requirements of the highest specification, ensuring not only the perfect fit, but one that transcends seasons and styles.
Their suits are a reflection of sartorial perfection, made with the highest level of handmade craftsmanship amalgamated with the finest materials available. They only carry authentic European and English fabrics, including Zegna, Scabal, Sictess, and Monti (to name a few). For each brand, they carry the full range of fabrics, covering a variety of price categories, quality, fabric types, composition and seasonal releases.
A bespoke garment is an investment, nurtured over time, to stand the rigors of regular use. This journey begins with them getting to know you – occupation, disposition, motivation, taste, style, preference and above all, purpose of the garment. The initial consultation enables them to recommend optimal fabric types from an array of choices, brands, compositions, etc. that will deliver the final look and quality of the garment. Whilst they get to know you, they will also elaborate on the bespoke process, how their garments are differentiated and what makes them the best at what we do.
Simple as it sounds, the process of taking your measurements is anything but straightforward. Their Master Cutter takes in excess of 40 individual measurements, constantly assessing your posture against the drape of the fabric and making specific, yet subtle adjustments aimed at accentuating your best features. In tandem, their Style Consultant records over 30 unique references for the intended style of the finished garment.
Mauro Colagreco, an Italian-Argentine chef who is ranked 1st in the world according to the ranking World 50 Best Restaurants 2019, has started Carne on Amoy Street. After careful research and a life’s work experimenting with fresh ingredients and haute cuisine techniques, the chef-owner of Mirazur (3 Michelin stars) and Grand Coeur in France, has perfected the ideal burger made from premium quality ingredients.
With Carne, customers can enjoy 100% grass-fed meat, salads with 100% organic vegetables, fresh seasonal fruits, cage-free eggs and much more...
Celebrity Chef Kenjiro ‘Hatch’ Hashida invites you to embark on a gastronomic journey through the SandÅ pathway of Hashida to explore a multitude of inventive creations served in his signature omakase-style.
At Nixta, warm service, perfect margaritas and a reverance for Mexican culture and cooking are on display.
There you will find meats roasting over an open fire, salsa made by hand in volcanic stone molcajetes and fresh masa ground for their signature heirloom corn tortillas, nixtamalizes and ground in-house.
With gourmet hand-made burgers plus a good selection of unique craft beers to offer, the newly-opened Sid Burger & Craft Beer should make it to your list of dining spots to try next.
Their burgers are affordable yet they use the best ingredients available in the market. Everything from the bun to the patties, even the onion rings, are hand-crafted! Bring your friends and family along to share the goodness!
2020 been a year of staying grounded and cancelled holiday plans for most of us and while we may feel restless, itching to cross borders, Typhoon has taken the lead to transport us to Taiwan. It has recently opened its second outlet in Bugis+, with its interior simulating a hole-in-the-wall cafe along Taiwan’s quaint Fujian Cafe Street.
In conjunction with the opening, Typhoon will be launching a new Typhoon Cocktail series for diners to enjoy a sip (or three) of their favourite bubble tea with alcohol! At $14.90++, have your pick from 11 new drinks with alcohol selections such as Gin, Vodka, Kahlua and more.
A crowd-pleaser is its Spiked Pearl Milk Tea; featuring the quintessential home-brewed Taiwanese milk tea with chewy tapioca pearls and top it off with a choice of vodka or sweet kahlua. Another must-try is the Sweet Gin; a spinoff of Typhoon’s ever-popular Sweet Potato Fresh Milk, now topped with a dash of Gin.
Cocktail enthusiasts can opt for the Tropical Passion Fruit Vodka, or the Majestic Gin with Mango Peach; both featuring a fruity tea base, assorted fruits complemented with vodka or gin. These drinks will be available in both Bugis+ and Plaza Singapura outlets from 18 January 2021.
Typhoon brings the “Taste of Taiwan” to the heart of Singapore with a concept that unifies Taiwan’s unparalleled flavours, obsession for artisan fruit teas and larger-than-life desserts set in cafe-style comfort.
Diners can expect to complete an entire meal with iconic dishes from the famed food capital like Classic Lu Rou Fan, Oyster Omelette to decadently adorned chocolate flavoured Hell Valley Volcano, which comes complete with a blondie, and flavoursome fruit teas.
Typhoon is designed to simulate a hole-in-the-wall cafe along Taiwan’s quaint Fujian Cafe Street; the casual unpretentious restaurant is perfect for any time of the day from quick lunches for student or professionals to afternoon high teas and even after work casual dinner with one’s family.
With a mission to bring great sake dining culture to Singapore, Sake Labo on Stanley Street is a culinary-cultural concept that combines sake drinking, japas dining, and retail into a multi-faceted experience. They serve high-quality, small-batch craft sake imported directly from Japanese breweries, and all their sakes are meticulously kept in negative temperatures to preserve the integrity of each sake’s flavour and aroma.
A passionate chef trained in different cuisines - Japanese, French, Spanish - Chef Angus blends a myriad of flavours in his dishes. As a multi award-winning chef, Chef Angus not only masters his preferred style of cooking, but also wields the skills needed to cook up a storm using a variety of techniques.
Chef Angus honed his chops under prestigious tutelage, with travels to Spain and Japan. Throughout his illustrious career, Chef Angus has been twice awarded with Chef of the Year at World Gourmet Summit (2018 and 2020).
At the very heart of Picanhas' is an empire that revels in the glory of their Queen of Steaks. A grand experience that aims to give the people what they want. Picanhas on Club Street serves two signature beef bowls which comes from a type of Brazilian cut beef that comes from the the top of the rump region of the cow, giving it its own signature and robust taste. Choose from their two signature dishes or get both - Queen of Steaks and Picanha Don.
Popular urban izakaya Neon Pigeon is back again and has reopened on Carpenter Street!
Inspired by the world of flavours found in the hidden spots of Tokyo and the underground culture of buzzling cities like New York and Hong Kong, the establishment is a vibrant social house offering great value for money and the soul of a japanese izakaya with a punch of urban grit.
Forget about the outside world for just a while... Step in the new Neon Pigeon, grab your favourite cocktail, take in the vibe.
Hatch Art Project has recently relocated from Asia Square Tower to Yong Siak Street, in the heart of thriving Tiong Bahru. Be sure to check out their cool new space where they continue to showcase cutting-edge contemporary art in Singapore.
Hatch Art Project is a Singapore-based gallery committed to the support of arts practitioners and the arts community in Southeast Asia.
Through exhibitions, workshops, community outreach, and digital content creation, expect art that is not only visually arresting but also works that explores the current social climate in Asia with a global context.
Hatch Art Project also provide an accessible space for corporate events to host various opportunities to a wider audience.
Restaurant Euphoria by Chef Jason Tan is an extraordinary fine dining destination where joyful and imprinting memories are forged through its Gastro-Botanica journey.
In 2014, Jason created Gastro-Botanica, an original culinary philosophy showcasing carefully sourced and prepared premium vegetables, meats and seafood, where prominence and elaboration are given to botanical elements of vegetables, tubers, herbs, spices, and fruits.
Through it, Jason found the relentless impetus to innovate, push boundaries, and reimagine existing conventions. While in Restaurant Euphoria, Gastro-Botanica illuminates its every aspect, from concept and design to cuisine and tableware.
Throughout his career and to satiate his curious mind and natural wanderlust, Jason travelled widely, eating and exploring the foods of the world. He combined these insights with his Asian roots and a deepening passion for botanicals to create Gastro-Botanica in 2014. Jason raised Gastro-Botanica to an exquisiteness that saw him lauded as the first and only Singaporean chef to receive both a ranking on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants from 2016 to 2020, and one Michelin star from 2016 to 2019, during his tenure as Chef and Co-owner of the Corner House.
Served to dignitaries such as Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, China’s President Xi Jinping, the President of South Korea, the Prime Minister of Israel, the Sultan of Brunei and the Prince of Johor, Gastro-Botanica became synonymous with Jason as a trailblazing chef.
Intent on taking Gastro-Botanica further, Jason elevated its practices and principles, creating a cuisine that gave even more prominence and significance to botanical elements; and in the process stretching the limits of French gastronomy. He calls it Gastro-Botanica 2.0, and made it the raison d’etre for Restaurant Euphoria.
The Cubano is a simple sandwich with a lot of history. And as with all things, it is always only as good as the ingredients. Visit Porkypine on Telok Ayer Street for a satisfying and delicious Cubano.
Porkypine's ham is cured and smoked in-house. A simple cure of salt and gula melaka is all they use, no nitrates or preservatives. After a 10-day cure, it is rubbed with Porkypine's secret rub and smoked with hickory for 8 hours. Their roast pork is made with pork shoulder marinated overnight and slow cooked for 24 hours with a special & secret spice blend.
Cuturi Gallery has moved into its new home on Aliwal Street in the bustling Kampong Glam area.
The new gallery space spans across three floors of a beautiful renovated conservation shop house.
Cuturi Gallery is a next generation art gallery founded on the belief that art should be empowering and meaningful for everyone. A curator of change and a custodian of artistic diversity, Cuturi Gallery is a challenger of vested interests and of the status quo, pushing the boundaries of how galleries operate. The gallery connects broad audiences to high-quality art by diverse talents that speaks to the heart and tells the story of an undiscovered generation of aspiring artists that will have the art world aching for more. Diminishing aristocratic traditions and providing transparency in an art world that is at times daunting, Cuturi Gallery presents an inclusive and democratised art ecosystem which fosters greater collaboration, understanding and appreciation of art amongst artists, collectors and the industry at large.
The founder of Cuturi Gallery, Kevin Troyano Cuturi is an art advocate with an unconventional background that belies his passion for the art world and devotion to nurturing Singapore’s art scene. Before launching the gallery, Kevin was an entrepreneur who had previously also worked at Amazon. Unfettered by conventions of the traditional art gallery model, the ‘art outsider’ unites his love for art with a disruptive entrepreneurial passion to challenge norms and bring fresh perspectives to invigorate the industry.
To do this, he is leading the way towards greater pricing transparency and supporting under-represented and aspiring artists to balance creative freedom with works that sell to ensure the survival of Singapore’s next generation artists.
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.
Miznon will bring a slice of Israeli cuisine and culture to local shores as it is set to open its first Asian outpost end October.
Hailing from Tel Aviv, Israel, Miznon is a highly-acclaimed contemporary casual eatery that has conquered hearts worldwide with its unique and inventive take on Israeli street food that encapsulates the vibrant flavours of the city.
Founded by Chef Eyal Shani – a local food hero, judge on MasterChef Israel and alsoregarded by famed restauranteur and Chef Yotam Ottolenghi as ‘the voice of modern Israelicuisine’, Miznon presents whimsical iterations of the humble pita as well as sides that are conjured with meticulously-sourced good ingredients, consummate culinary skills, a touch ofshowmanship, and presented with the brand’s characteristic lively and boisterous flair.
The Singapore outlet is headed by Israeli native Chef Or Hakmimi – who will be dishing up Miznon’s original creations such as a range of signature pitas brimming with robust flavours, as well as the by-now famous hits the likes of Baby Cauliflower Flower, Batata and Runover Potato.
Located on Amoy Street, Avenue 87 is a restaurant inspired by the personal journeys of 2 Singaporean chef friends of remarkable talent and training. On offer is a Modern Asian cuisine prepared from scratch with carefully sourced regional produce.
What sets the restaurant apart is the seamless synergy of co-Chef-Founders Glen Tay and Alex Phan, and the unique brand of creativity and innovation they bring. Also special is the platform it affords to dynamic brands, producers, and talents of Singapore and the region.
Dining at Avenue 87 is a deep dive into gastronomy in which two chefs at the top of their game push each other’s boundaries to produce magic.
Avenue 87 is housed in a 2-storey heritage shophouse at 47 Amoy Street. The first level is a restaurant with open kitchen seating 24; and the upper floor is a 26-seat lounge with bar, launching in early-2021.
Chefs Glen and Alex bring to the table well-loved Asian favourites, given a creative twist using traditional and contemporary techniques. The familiar flavours of childhood, and the dishes they love to eat today, are the starting points of their innovation, the end results bringing a sense of nostalgia and comfort to the diner.
Avenue 87 serves a Modern Asian cuisine of well-known dishes transformed by the memories, travels, and professional discourse of the two chefs. Many components are prepared from scratch. The local and the artisanal are celebrated, and old and new methods explored and often combined. The results are nostalgic yet contemporary; and always comforting. The dinner tasting menu, inspired by foods that Glen and Alex loved growing up, comprises either four or six courses, with a wine pairing option specially curated by Si Hao. Glen and Alex recommend the 6-course tasting menu for an immersive gastronomic experience.
The latest newcomer to the grill scene in Singapore is Josh's Grill - a casual dining destination built on making every meal a unique feast and an affordable one without compromising on quality. Josh’s Grill is here to redefine the moments in life worth celebrating and will continue to share our story in every dish served to table. Located strategically in the heart of the Bugis enclave, Josh’s Grill is bound to catch your eye with its prominent shopfront that faces Liang Seah Street.
Boasting a seating capacity of over 70 pax, the interior of the restaurant is spacious and caters to dining for small groups or pairs. The decor draws inspiration from a modern cowboy ranch that blends a tinge of cowboy flair with a classy feel to re-create a cosy dining environment and relaxing ambience for diners to chill over a delightful western meal.
In tandem with its slogan of “Eat Fresh, Be Happy”, only the best quality ingredients are used, from hand- selecting the perfect cut of meat to sourcing fresh seafood and poultry. With its forte in grill-cooking, all meats are cooked to order at low temperature for an hour to retain moisture then grilled to perfection. The sight of those beautiful grill marks and smoky caramelised flavour are simply irresistible and is bound to ignite your senses.
Customers can look forward to a complete grill experience with premium cuts from high graded Aussie beef meats to grilled chicken chops, grilled fish fillets, home-made pastas and more.
Set in downtown Singapore in the Telok Ayer neighbourhood, The Clan Hotel draws inspiration from the clan associations that dot Far East Square, Amoy and Cross Street.
A reflection of its surrounding, the 324-room hotel exudes an oriental flair as it weaves the charms of history into modern luxury. From traditional tea ceremonies to curated experiences, this is how hospitality looks like at The Clan Hotel; they will take care of you like you are one of their own.â
Discover a new sense of belonging creating authentic memories in your home away from home.
More than a visit, a stay at The Clan is an experience to be treasured, inspiring a sense of belonging and every detail crafted with meticulous attention.
A new cocktail bar has landed on Sago Street in Chinatown. Founded by 3 friends, Jay, Desiree & George, about 80% of the materials used to construct Sago House was recycled or up-cycled from unloved items.
Their drinks program features a weekly rotating menu of cocktails created from produce found in the locality along with some simple tasty bites.
They will also host regular hospitality workers education sessions, creating a safe space for industry to discuss issues that affect them, as well as sharing the process of building a venue independently.
At Burn on Club Street, customers can enjoy woodfired Aussie inspired food all cooked in a firebrick oven handmade by the owner. They take pride in their bread and natural starters producing a variety of natural loafs and flat-bread that are of a sourdough variety. They specialise in cocktails with micro-distilled spirits and slow-cooked meats from Oz.
They are now doing islandwide delivery as low as $5! You can now get all your healthy favourite bowls, sandwiches and dinner options delivered right to your doorstep with their own ordering platform. Just follow this link burnclubst.sg or sideways.com.sg to place your orders.
A craft tea bar serving up bespoke teas brewed in an espresso machine and finished with bartending flair is now part of Tan Quee Lan Street's F&B offerings. Steeped Tea Bar brew tea with care like how they brew coffee.
A recommendation for Matcha lovers; their Premium Matcha drink is whisk upon each order, never pre-made. The tea grade they use is low in bitterness, high in umami. Try it paired with aat milk as a fabulous dairy alternative!
Be sure to visit them after the circuit-breaker period.
Gazette is a cosy Belgian restaurant nestled in the bustling business district at Telok Ayer. Brought to you by two Belgians passionate about Belgian cuisine, beers and wines.
Why the name ‘Gazette’? Gazette is a colloquial expression for newspapers. Opening Gazette is their way of bringing Belgium to Singapore. Gazette will showcase the intricacies and depth of Belgian cuisine classics from the French-speaking Wallonia to the Dutch-speaking Flanders regions.
Chef Mathias uses only the freshest and top-quality products to create a unique dining experience.
You can expect some Belgian classics like the Asparagus à la Flamande cooked and served with mimosa egg mixed with herbs and butter, the Beef Cheek carbonnade (stewed in Belgian beer), Atlantic Cod Waterzooi Gent-Style (cooked in a creamy fish broth and white wine) and Belgian fries!
Over the past eight months, Singapore’s foremost gluten-free bistro The Butcher’s Wife has played host to Drunken Farmer, a travelling natural wine bar and consultancy belonging to the same Spa Esprit Group portfolio of F&B brands. Guided by Drunken Farmer’s natural wine expert Eduardo Bayo, The Butcher’s Wife then revamped their wine programme to focus solely on wines that are organic, biodynamic, natural, and sustainable. Since making the switch to champion a 100 per cent gluten-free lifestyle in 2017, this natural wine programme compliments one of the most exciting chapters the Tiong Bahru backstreet bistro will soon embark on: a shockingly simple approach to gluten-free dining by new Brazilian head chef Mariana Campos that favours all manner of funk, is great for the gut and delicious to the very end.
To cater to diners and regulars who cannot get enough of these natural wine offerings and a pandemic that’s changing the way we eat and drink, The Butcher’s Wife has launched Singapore’s very first brick and mortar natural wine retail space. Curated by Drunken Farmer, retail offerings include popular labels that diners have discovered while dining at The Butcher’s Wife, including its monthly 5 Bites 5 Wines event organised in collaboration with Drunken Farmer and many more surprises, at to-go prices.
Following the kick-off of the natural wine retail format at The Butcher’s Wife, the retail to-go concept might be replicated to cater for the neighbourhoods the other SEG F&B outlets are located in, so wine lovers can rejoice in the fact that a bottle of natural wine is always in close reach.
With cake creations like Dark Chocolate Speculoos, Orh Nee Cake, Vanilla Cheddar Cheese, Matcha White Chocolate and more, the newly-opened Luna on Amoy Street has something to please any fussy tongue.
Their Orh Nee Cake is unique and worth a mention. This cake comprises of vanilla sponge layered with velvety yam ginkgo paste and yam cubes, topped with coconut Chantilly cream, white chocolate pearls and dessicated coconut. At $8 per slice or $80 for a whole cake.
A cafe by day and a bar by night, Slate is the newest addition to Purvis Street.
As a dual concept restaurant, Slate promises diners an experience like no other, with menus that change every so often. A cafe by day, Slate serves hearty brunch items that are best enjoyed with a warm cup of coffee. After the sun sets, Slate transforms into a modern bar and restaurant that serves contemporary Asian food paired with a thoughtfully curated selection of wines, craft beers and bespoke cocktails. However, the star of the show at Slate is definitely its house made products, which range from chillies, pickles and jams to butter and breads.
Frequently adding new dishes to lunch and dinner menus, the restaurant’s menu has something for everyone. Fuel yourself with Slate’s lunch menu which includes elegant twists to familiar dishes. Order the Tuna Poke Noodle Bowl to try the cafe’s unique take on your typical poke bowls.
Conceived as a refuge from the daily grind, Workspace Espresso Bar offers business professionals a respite from their busy day, with a cup of specialty-grade coffee and a hearty warm meal. Now open at Guoco Tower.
Workspace Espresso Bar’s concept is a celebration of the skill and care that goes into crafting specialty coffee beverages. Get your caffeine fix by enjoying a cup of single-origin coffee or their store-made cold brew.
They are dedicated to offering products that are in season and cooked with care. Their spread of Middle Eastern and Asian-inspired food at their quick service Warm Salad, Grain Bowl and Flatbread bar features an ever-evolving menu which makes for a great variety of options for a quick nutritious lunch.
Singapore Philatelic Museum will be closed for redevelopment to refresh the museum’ infrastructure, content and offerings to enhance the visitor experience for Singaporeans. This will be a major redevelopment since SPM’s opening in 1995. The museum will be closed to the public from 18 March 2019, and is expected to re-open to the public in 2021.
Dedicated to showcasing Singapore’s rich philatelic heritage, SPM uses stamps as windows to introduce Singapore’s heritage and culture, as well as our connections to the world. Located at 23B Coleman Street, the building that houses SPM was formerly part of the Anglo Chinese School, and later the Methodist Book Room. SPM was officially opened on 19 August 1995 as a project of the Telecommunication Authority of Singapore. Since 2000, the museum has been managed by National Heritage Board.
Redevelopment works at SPM will include essential infrastructural upgrades to the museum building, as well as a revamp of the permanent and changing galleries to improve visitor experience.
During its redevelopment, SPM will continue to engage the young through travelling exhibitions and education programmes at pre-schools, primary and secondary schools. It will also continue to organise signature events such as the annualNational Stamp Collecting Competition and Draw My Stamp Story Art Competition. Families can also visit A Little Magic roving exhibition at public libraries. Look out for updates and activities on the museum website www.spm.org.sg!
Expat Dental is pleased to announce the opening of its second clinic at Raffles Place on 18 March 2020. The new, state of the art clinic will be located at street level at 20 Malacca Street, #01-00 The Malacca Centre, Singapore 048979 right in Raffles Place.
The clinic will be open early mornings and evenings to accommodate all the CBD patients. Founder and Director Dr Shaun Thompson commented that he is keen to be able to offer patients more flexibility and convenience with a CBD location and to continue to expand the Expat Dental family.
Expat Dental offers premium dental care for you and your family in Singapore. The practice focuses on holistic dental care for the entire family. Their goal is to create the highest sense of dental excellence and patient comfort.
Known for pioneering mixology in Singapore, renowned Maison Ikkoku celebrates the best of regional produce with the launch of new establishment Sling. Set to revive the internationally recognised Singapore Sling for a new generation, Sling introduces an all-natural craft cocktail menu that showcases innovative interpretations on this classic tipple alongside a mouth-watering array of artisanal local cuisine.
Singaporean Founder, mixologist and chef-extraordinaire of Maison Ikkoku - Mr Ethan Leslie Leong, saw a stagnancy with the national cocktail and decided to bring the Singapore Sling back into the limelight. “As palates get more refined, guests demand more options and styles of cocktails. At Sling, we are dedicated to finding you the perfect Singapore Sling that suits your character, taste preference or mood. Of course, food is an integral part of the Singaporean identity, and we have refined local dishes to showcase our cocktail offerings’”.
The new level-one space of Maison Ikkoku will be converted into Sling come 17 February 2020 while retaining its art gallery featuring Singaporean-inspired paintings.
Widely regarded as the national drink; the Singapore Sling was first created in 1915 by Hainanese bartender Ngiam Tong Boon. This national treasure among Singaporeans and discerning travellers has gained both local and international recognition through its historical significance. Using all-natural craft ingredients from the region, Ethan has curated five distinctive interpretations of this iconic cocktail that are ideal the modern palate.
For a traditional version that pays homage to its heritage, the Original SLING ($26) is crafted with the classic London Dry Gin with juniper-forward notes, Cherry Heering, Bénédictine D.O.M, Cointreau, Angostura Bitters, homemade fresh Grenadine with fresh pineapple and lemon foam for a perfectly balanced concoction.
Inspired by the kampong days in the early 1900s when coconut plantations covered Singapore’s land inthe East, Coco SLING ($28) is a playful interpretation on the classic that includes the addition of roasted coconut and young coconut foam.
The perfect complement to a locally-inspired cocktail, Sling’s food menu presents familiar Singaporean favourites with a decidedly Peranakan flair – a homage to Ethan's grandmother.
The curated menu at SLING features impactful and flavourful starters such as Classic Kueh Pie Tee ($19), homemade canapé cups filled with stewed turnip, long beans, tofu, shredded pomelo, coriander and eggs, and a quintessential local favourite Yu Sheng ($18) with thinly sliced raw fish tossed with Asian coriander, green chillis, ginger and calamansi juice.
Highlights from the sharing plate offerings include a traditional D.I.Y Popiah available in Vegetarian ($36), Sweet Pork ($39), and Crispy Prawn ($49). Presented in a traditional tingkat, each tier opens to reveal four homemade popiah skin, plant-based stewed turnip and carrots, long beans, eggs, coriander, shallots, beansprouts, tofu, roasted sesame seeds and other accoutrements depending on the choice. Sweet Pork features Chinese waxed sausages as a topping while the Crispy Prawn has deep-fried prawn fritters - both give additional fragrance and texture to this familiar dish. Innovative placards detailing the wrapping method comes with the dish, acting as the perfect conversation starter.
Sharing plates at Sling features heart-warming recipes from Ethan's childhood, updated with modern cooking techniques. "My best memories come from watching my grandmother cook a giant tureen of curry to feed our family of 12. My dishes are a tribute to her while sharing Singaporean cuisine on an elevated level."
Straight from Ethan's grandmother's cookbook, the Turmeric Chicken ($28) contains juicy pieces of chicken fillet simmered in ginger, lemongrass and turmeric, to form a flavourful curry best paired with Nasi Biru ($3) – Japanese pearl rice with bluepea flower and lemongrass. Other mains include star dishes such as Babi Hitam ($39) and Rendang ($45).
A not-to-be-missed dish is the Kambing Bakar ($39) – a tender frenched rack of lamb marinated in local herbs and fresh pandan leaves, and Ikan Asam ($32) – a beautifully poached, then grilled salmon fillet in an ambrosial assam, tomato and onion sauce atop a bed of chickpeas. Accoutrements such asTimun Pedas ($12) – cucumber pickles and Kampong Sayur ($19) – seasonal local vegetables stir- fried with anchovies complete the meal.
For a sweet finale, Sling's sole dessert of Kueh Dadar ($16) shows off a freshly made French-style pandan crêpe, homemade young coconut espuma, toasted coconut shavings and a shot glass filled with fragrant gula Malacca syrup.
Sling only accepts walk-ins and does not take any reservations.
Newly-opened on Telok Ayer Street, The Nomads represents the road less travelled; a reimagination of The Silk Road’s gastronomic trail, where every moment is meticulously crafted to fire up and delight the five senses.
Established by Shawn Kishore of Five Ten Holdings and Olzhas Zhiyenkulov, a Kazakhstan native, The Nomads features a chic dining area complete with a custom-built grill pit, aspeakeasy-style private dining room and thoughtfully crafted menus that promise an unexpected experience!
Co-founder, Shawn Kishore shares, “We wanted to showcase the region’s rich array ofdelicacies in a unique way. Everything from the ingredients used, cooking techniques, ambience, down to the last vessel that my team and I personally moulded and hand-painted, creates an unforgettable experience”.
Drawing strong culinary influences from countries along the Silk Road from Southern Italy to Western China, The Nomads redefines Central Asian cuisine by incorporating a unique spin to traditional dishes using familiar South-east Asian flavours.
Shawn and Executive Chef Dannel Krishnan aim to shake-up Singapore’s vibrant culinary scene with what The Nomads has to offer. “Aside from paying homage to traditional dishes and ingredients found along the Silk Road, the menu also represents our sojourn in Kazakhstan, where we were fortunate enough to have tasted some incredible food and experienced wonderful hospitality. It is our wish that our guests enjoy the same.” says Chef Dannel, who also spent time cooking there.
Click here for a full copy of their takeaway / delivery menu.
Their chef team has curated the restaurant's signature ala-carte spread as well as their communal sets available for takeaway / delivery, so you can create your own multi-course experience around the table with your loved ones.
Their Takeaway / Delivery Menu is available for delivery or self-collection between 5pm to 8pm daily. For orders, please call or WhatsApp +65 6977 7057. Delivery is free for orders of $100 and above.
Popular Hong Kong dessert chain Hui Lau Shan used to have an outlet along Orchard Road back in 2005. It is now making a comeback to Singapore and it is set to open two new franchised outlets, in Chinatown Point and Serangoon’s Nex mall this month.
Hui Lau Shan is famed for their specialty mango desserts.
Some 20 years ago, the third generation of Hui Lau Shan created the unique "Mango Sago" which became a fast fad in Hong Kong dessert offerings. Today the mango series remain Hui Lau Shan's signature dish. Every year, Hui Lau Shan used up to a thousand tonnes of mangoes in their dessert making process.
For consecutive years, Hui Lau Shan won the "King of Dessert" award in Hong Kong, winning them the reputation of Mango Expert.
Unagi fans can now rejoice and bid farewell to expensive unagi fares!
Una Una at Bugis+ is an unagi specialty restaurant serving up the best value, charcoal-grilled unagi you can find.
Be treated with a wonderful spread of unagi offerings like the the Hitsumabushi, Unajus (unagi bento box), or set meals with sashimi, sushi roll, and kabayaki sets. One can also indulge in other lip-smacking menu selections Una Una has to offer, from sashimi to salad, grilled items and sashimi maze don - all at incredible value-for-money prices.
Using authentic unagi sauce from Japan, the unagi are freshly grilled with charcoal with a double-dipping technique - by repeating the process of basting the unagi with special in-house sauce before grilling it over controlled temperature twice. Such dedication to the chef’s grilling techniques, temperature control of the charcoal grill and the sweet basting tare make create the melt-int-the-mouth goodness.
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.
CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program that uses a combination of weight lifting, body weight and aerobic exercises challenging your body to adapt and perform in more ways than before. Each workout is designed to improve your capacity in ten domains, accuracy, agility, balance, coordination, endurance, flexibility, power, stamina, strength and speed.
Result: You become Fitter, Faster and Stronger.
Fitness is personal and progressive. They know one size doesn't fit all.
As a Mobilus member, you have access to not only CrossFit but various specialised classes to augment your training needs.
In the heart of the CBD, busy office people pop by for fresh fruit juice and a wholesome wrap to fuel their day. As the day loses light, it's pleasure only as Bee’s Island Drinkery turns up the music and serves up strong, sour, and sweet cocktails for just before you head home.
Bee’s Island Drinkery on Telok Ayer Street is a cosy watering hole for those who seek booze, and beyond. Stay hydrated with freshly pressed juices in the day, and power down with fruity yet strong cocktails at dusk.
Targeted to open in Q1 2020, JustCo at OCBC Centre East is the first location in Singapore to boast a wellness rooftop terrace. Members can rejuvenate and unwind at regular fitness classes held at this unique space, which also doubles up as an outdoor event space to hold workshops, movie screenings and more. Located at a prime location – Raffles Place, JustCo at OCBC Centre East will offer more businesses the opportunity to own a premium business address.
Occupying four storeys of the building, key features of the space include spacious hot-desking area, large event space, library lounge, pantry, ample collaboration corners and more.
Burger+ has set up the largest Korean burger and bar concept here in Lion City that seats up to 200 pax, which serves breakfast toasts from 8am onward to Korean gourmet burgers and drinks till 4am! Start your day right with the sweet and savoury Korean breakfast toasts with hot coffee, while you wind down after dark with a Korean cocktail in one hand and Burger+’s irresistible signature burger in another – it’s the perfect space for a slow brunch to a cool late-night hangout with friends. Centrally-located at Clarke Quay Central along the busy Eu Tong Sen Street, it is set to become a popular F&B joint.
Rocking the food scene from the get-go since their inception earlier this year at Wisma Atria, the second outlet, features great nosh coupled with Burger+’s energetic party-theme. Get your fuss-free Korean meal fix, and not just bar bites, all through the night after a wild time out partying with your crew, or even have breakfast for dinner if you so wish.
Get your party mood on with Burger+’s Korean cocktails with a local twist, available exclusively at the Clarke Quay outlet. Enjoy in-house signature cocktails like the cute gummy bear cocktail – Haribo Ju with its sweet finish or the refreshing Yuza Ju with honey and yuzu, both soju-based cocktails, among others. The stylish and swish interior pays homage to the vibrant K-pop culture that has swept the globe by storm, complete with pumping K-pop beats, trippy neon light fixtures, and comfy leather seats that creates an instagrammable haven for a memorable night out. The interior also doubles up as a swanky events space.
“More than just a burger”, Burger+’s menu offerings are created by Co-Founder Lee Mihyun’s creative food inspirations from her Korean heritage that represents the brand’s lifeblood. Coupled with her tireless R&D process with an extensive background in Korea’s renowned fast-casual chain in the F&B industry for over 10 years, Ms Lee’s house signature B+ sauce and the authentic Yangnyeom Korean fried chicken represent the heart of the brand. Open from as early as 8am, the breakfast egg toast with fluffy brioche buns are available for the early birds that are looking for a quick bite.
The Tropic of Cancer passes through the heart of Taiwan, whose year-round sunshine and pure highlands water give life to verdant ranges, imparting to local pineapples a robust flavour unique to the region. These pineapples are used in SunnyHills' popular pineapple cakes. Visit SunnyHills' new flagship store on Seah Street to indulge a box. Also be sure to find out more about their new brand, Forbidden, which is all about irresistible durian pleasures which you can share with anyone and anywhere.
SunnyHills farmers follow the time-honoured tradition of farming naturally, cultivating without pesticides or genetic modification pineapples that are small in size but rich and intense in flavour. Twice a year, their earth pineapple crop ripens with the seasons; in spring the harvest is mellow and sweet, and by the turn of fall, the cool breeze infuses a piquancy to the yield. The full flavours of the seasons can be experienced as no additives are used, just the sensibilities of a baker refined in the gastronomy of natural ingredients.
You can also purchase SunnyHills' delicious treats online here or visit their other retail branch located at Basement 2 of Ngee Ann City.
Sushi Plus at Bugis Junction is a new contemporary sushi dining concept by Sushi Express that redefines the conventional conveyor belt sushi with state-of-art technology integration. By delicately balancing quality with affordability, Sushi Plus aims to be the pinnacle of casual dining for Japanese cuisine.
Finally, a bank that speaks your currency. Enjoy bubbly paired with oysters and bites without breaking the bank at The Oyster Bank!
Drop by after a long day for a quick dose of extravagance, without having to break the bank. Indulge in their seafood platter, treat yourself to their scrumptious rice bowls, and knock back a tipple or two (or three, nobody’s counting).
The Oyster Bank dishes out comfort food of Japanese influence, with punchier flavours to tickle the Singaporean taste bud. With raw food at the core of their offerings, The Oyster Bank’s philosophy is anchored on freshness and quality ingredients, perfectly presented in a no-frills manner and yet with a morerish twist. One bite is never enough.
The Whale Tea, one of the largest beverage and dessert stores in China, has swum to the shores of sunny Singapore!
Created in Nanjing, China, The Whale Tea has propelled itself to be one of the trendiest beverage and dessert brand in China with its attractive and insta-worthy products, launching more than 500 outlets across the mainland since its first store debuted on 28 June 2018.
The Whale Tea’s innovative signature series is both flavourful and aesthetically pleasing, prepared with uncommon ingredients such as peach gum, a natural resin from wild Chinese peach trees, known to be rich in amino acids and collagen; spirulina, a seaweed-based superfood consumed for its nutrient-rich properties; and Wuliangye, a Chinese alcohol made with a variety of grains.
Mister Wu at Chijmes is a modern Chinese tea house that serves a large selection of Chinese teas with a delicious selection of dim sum and la mian noodles. At night, it transforms into a cosy garden to enjoy tea cocktails and craft Hong Kong beers under a romantic canopy of pink lanterns serenaded by soothing Chinese music.
Ramen Champion is proud to announce that it will now house Gyumaru at its Bugis+ enclave. Gyumaru is the first ramen restaurant in Singapore to serve Gyukotsu Ramen (beef bone ramen), which is a rare dish in the ramen world.
A riff on the popular tonkotsu, the fully emulsified broth of the Gyukotsu Ramen boasts a clear consistency and a pronounced piquant flavour of beef fat. Relish the palate-enveloping note of the beef broth, which is made with beef bone and oxtail. The entire preparation takes two days to complete — the broth is first boiled for nine hours, before it is cooled and refrigerated for it to set into a thick and flavourful concentrate. Each beef broth cube is then simmered over low heat before it is served.
The broth is accompanied with springy thin noodles custom-made from a local Japanese noodle making specialist — for the doneness, there are two options to choose from: soft and hard. Thick tender cubes of well-marbled ribeye sourced domestically from a halal-certified supplier are placed atop the ribbons of al-dente noodles. Other ingredients including green onions and Japanese leek contribute delicate notes to the overall dish. Top the dish with the optional coriander for a local twist and additional fragrant lift!
Gyumaru is in the process of receiving its Halal certification — Muslim gourmands can very soon enjoy non-pork ramen!
Introducing Yanmi Yogurt's Chewy Purple-Rice Yogurt Drink, a nutritious and guilt-free alternative to Bubble Tea. The iconic yogurt drink with pearl-like purple-rice bits has taken China and Sydney by storm, with fans queuing up to five hours for it. You will be able to taste the same delicious beverage from their Singapore debut store at Funan from 26 October.
Yanmi Yogurt uses fresh yogurt made with Australian milk, and their purple rice is imported from Mojiang Hani Autonomous County (Mojiang). The milk are produced by cows that are raised on pollution-free grassland pastures. The purple rice from Mojiang is known for its premium quality — with strict selection of the grain, it is prepared through ten industrial steps, including continuous process of soaking, boiling, filtering and steaming under careful temperature manipulation (75 degrees) and time control for over five hours to create the perfect sweetness and chewiness. The rice bits are refreshing and add a nice crunch to the velvety drink. Touted as the king of rice, purple rice is rich in vitamin B1, vitamin B2, folic acid, protein and more.
Carrie K. tells meaningful stories through versatile Modern Heirloom jewellery made from fine pearls and gems. They draw inspiration from their Singapore stories and heritage to create jewellery with a refreshing twist that mothers love and daughters want to steal. They also offer custom and bespoke jewellery options for one-of-a-kind pieces co-designed together with you.
Singapore Fashion Awards’ “Designer of the Year” 2016 and “Bespoke Designer of the Year” 2017 are among Carrie K.’s many accolades.
Carrie K.’s recent design innovation reinvents the pearl necklace, allowing the jewellery to be styled in over 100 different ways, and is hailed by fashion gurus like Buro as “this century’s most ingenious and liberating way” to wear pearls.
Junior has released their latest concept, Petite Chalet which celebrates the spirit of 1970s après ski scene with Alpine-themed decor.
With cocktails like Sweater Weather (a cognac-based drink that leans on dark rum, spiced pear and honey), Garden Gnome, Swiss Miss and more, let Petite Chalet transport you to the alps with just one of their new drinks in hand.
The Dark Gallery is a dark chocolate centric cafe encompassing not only a wide range of decadent dark chocolate desserts, but also providing a discovery platform about the origin of the chocolates used, and the art of making these dark treats.
A treasury of discovery on a canvas of chocolate. Open your senses. Discover the dark with The Dark Gallery.
Famous American soft-serve brand Little Damage have recently opened their doors to a second location at the heart of Singapore’s original indie enclave – Haji Lane. Attracting city-dwellers and tourists of all ages, the new intimate space is the perfect respite from a day of exploring sunny Singapore.
Staying true to the brand’s aesthetic, Little Damage retains its monochromatic black-and- white gingham interiors and signature phrases emblazoned in red neon signages, while offering the ideal location for picturesque Instaworthy spots - perfect for patrons to pose with their photo-ready icy creations. The free-to-use photobooth is perfectly situated for customers to take fun-shots in the form of classic photo strips as memorabilia.
Little Damage celebrates the opening of its flagship location with the unveiling of a new indulgent flavour, Strawberries and Cream (S$7). Centred around celebrating and recapturing happy summer memories, this pastel pink soft serve is the ultimate sweet-tooth’s treat. The pastel pink hue contrasts perfectly with the pitch black, handcrafted charcoal cones (additional S$1). To intensify the experience, pair with a second flavour (additional $0.50) with choices such as neon blue Unicorn Tears (S$7) or classic melt-in-your-mouth Coffee Caramel.
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!
American fashion brand Vans is an advocate of authenticity in youth lifestyle, music, and action sports since 1966. Offering fashion apparel for both men and women, from shoes and clothing to bags, wallets and other accessories, every Vans product reflects signature style.
Since 1966, Vans has always been about creativity and freedom of expression, born out of a love for skateboarding, music and subculture… Vans are now an ever-present part of everyday life. Seen on the streets, the catwalk and the feet of A-Listers, one pair is never enough. So visit their newly-opened Jewel Changi store for a new pair to add to your collection. Go monochrome with the Old Skool Black and White or add some colour to your wardrobe with the essential pastel pack.
CapitaLand’s wholly owned lodging business unit, The Ascott Limited (Ascott), has opened lyf Funan, the largest coliving property in Southeast Asia. It is also the world’s first property under Ascott’s new ‘lyf’ coliving brand that is managed by millennials for the millennials and millennial-minded. lyf Funan is the first of Ascott’s record-breaking property openings in Singapore this year.
Located in the heart of Singapore’s Civic & Cultural District, lyf Funan is at the epicentre of the city-state’s buzzing retail, commercial, social and cultural belt. Spanning about 121,000 sq ft in gross floor area, lyf Funan houses 412 rooms across 279 apartments. The nine-storey coliving property will have easy access, via a sheltered underground walkway, to the City Hall Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) interchange that is well-connected to the rest of the city.
lyf Funan is an integral part of CapitaLand’s Funan integrated development, which also comprises two office blocks and a mall offering cutting-edge retail concepts, co-working spaces, urban farm, theatre, cinema, artisan shops, craft workshops, gymnasium, rock climbing, and futsal facility. Guests of lyf Funan can enjoy convenience with the plethora of recreational, retail, dining and commercial options right at their doorstep at Funan as well as surrounding landmarks such as CapitaLand’s iconic integrated development Raffles City Singapore and the National Gallery Singapore. Catering to both short and long stays, lyf Funan is ideal for leisure and business travellers, expatriates, global assignees as well as digital nomads.
lyf Funan will offer instagrammable ‘Connect’ social zones such as co-working spaces and an arena for activities such as hackathons, innovation talks, music jamming sessions, cooking sessions, or workshops with artisans. At its ‘Bond’ social kitchen, guests can prepare home-cooked meals, take cooking classes and socialise while learning more about global cuisines from other residents. Residents can work out and have fun with quirky design and interactive elements such as a giant ball pit, a giant-sized Connect Four set and the ‘Burn’ social gymnasium with a human-sized hamster wheel, evoking lyf’s unique and fun brand personality. They can hang out at the ‘Wash & Hang’ laundromat and strike up new conversations while waiting for their laundry to be done.
A huge focus is placed on facilitating community bonding and enhancing personal and professional growth at lyf Funan. It will conduct weekly social programmes to build connections and inspire the exchange of new ideas, providing guests with the opportunity to co-organise and cocreate community programmes or take part in TED talks, craft workshops and hackathons.
lyf Funan will be managed by lyf Guards – millennials who may be community managers, city and food guides, bar keepers, event organisers, and problem solvers all rolled into one.
Catering to the digital natives, lyf Funan Singapore provides a digital experience through its lyf app, allowing easy booking, payment and seamless access throughout the property with just a tap or swipe. As one of the pioneer hospitality apps allowing multiple destination bookings in a single transaction, the lyf app also enables communications with the lyf Guards. Guests will get to enjoy discounts at various shops at Funan by showing their mobile key.
lyf Funan offers five interchangeable apartment types ranging from 18 sqm to 105 sqm to accommodate single, dual or group bookings, with room rates beginning at S$150++. They include One of a Kind (18 sqm), a studio unit with an ensuite bathroom for individuals and couples who enjoy their own space; Two of a Kind (43 sqm), featuring two private rooms with a shared kitchenette; lyf Style (18 sqm), a gaming-themed studio unit equipped with a PlayStation console, ensuite bathroom and a pull-down sofa bed, and also the Up & Down apartments (18 sqm) which come with bunk beds. The All Together apartments (41 sqm to 105 sqm), which are ideal for groups of up to nine, are business suites featuring two to six rooms with a shared kitchen, a Samsung Flip interactive smart screen to facilitate discussions, as well as a large table that doubles up as a workspace and dining area.
The demand for coliving is driven by the growing sharing economy, as buzzing startup ecosystems in vibrant cities give rise to a popular culture of living and cocreating as a community among the millennials. lyf Funan Singapore will stand to benefit from Singapore being one of the top startup ecosystems globally and the second-best Asia Pacific destination for bleisure travel.
Singapore's first ever New York gourmet cookies that provide a crunchy, chunky and chewy texture altogether. Using only quality ingredients, these handcrafted delights will serve you with a taste that is both rich and luxurious in every bite. Coupled with curated fillings and premium toppings, each cookie will be a pleasant surprise to your tastebuds while striking that perfect balance of sweetness. These are not your average cookies, these are Nasty Cookies. Nasty Cookies is now available at the uber-cool Funan mall.
Fun fact: It was in 1945 when Dr Klaus Maertens, a 25-year-old soldier created a unique air-cushioned sole to convalesce his broken foot. The shoe then served as a prototype shoe that gave rise to Dr Martens signature shoes of today.
Dr Martens’ trademark yellow stitch, grooved sole and heel-loop were designed for durability, comfort and lightweight in comparison to its competitors at the time. Though initially intended to be boots for workers, postmen, and policemen. the design’s aesthetic appeal has gained popularity amongst people who have their own individual style but share a united spirit – authentic characters who stand for something. People who possess a proud sense of self- expression. People who are different.
Today, Dr Martens have outlets across the globe, expanding out of Europe to Asian countries such as Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand.
So if you’re looking to find your own style and show the world what fashion is about, drop by Dr Martens’ outlet at the new Funan.
Since Seriously Keto’s opening as an online ketogenic bakery in mid-February this year, the well-loved brand has amply earned for itself the revered reputation of delivering delicious keto-friendly desserts. Created by founder Janti Joso Brasali, the array of healthy choice offerings of low carb, gluten-free and zero sugar desserts have been extremely well-received by those looking to cut carbs, gluten and sugar out of their diet.
Moving beyond an online bakery, Seriously Keto is happy to announce that the lifestyle brand will now have a space of its own on Seah Street! In the new place, Seriously Ketoopens a keto retail store selling raw materials and other ready-to-eat keto products. More than just a retail shop, Seriously Keto also provides a safe “ketonians” community hangout space to keto-shop and discuss keto-lifestyle issues.
The best news? To celebrate the opening of Singapore’s first and only ketogenic hub, Seriously Keto will be launching a suite of exciting brand-new keto-compliant items! For her latest menu update, Janti continues to draw from her treasure troves of ketogenic recipes to bring more options to health-conscious individuals looking to indulge without guilt. On top of their usual well-loved keto-friendly desserts, look forward the savouries, from garlic pretzels to ricotta spinach quiche and rosemary loafs; the sweets, from pecan tigresses to double chocolate chip cookies; as well as beverages, from Thai iced tea with jelly and coffee with coconut jelly. There are also two new additions to their popular KetoSpreads, featuring flavours such as the condensed milk and chocolate.
A passionate baker and the founder of Seriously Keto, Janti Brasali decided to open a wholly keto bakery to offer low-carb alternatives for health-conscious individuals to enjoy while dining in cafes hotels and/or restaurants. On a ketogenic diet herself, she encountered difficulties avoiding carb-loaded foods outside and embarked on a creative journey to perfect recipes that were keto-friendly, for all to enjoy. Janti has also written a book with 14 simple ketogenic recipes to eat her KetoBuns with to allow consumers to maintain ketosis or aft burning, a necessary part of the Keto-diet. These books are available at all 14 Singapore National Library Board’s public libraries.
With décor and furnishings that reflect the authentic 19th century heritage building but with a stylish modern twist, the spa pods will gently soothe each sense. Their therapists guide you through moments of mindfulness, encouraging the brain to release feel-good chemicals and relieving any aches and pains.
Godmama at Funan is a modern Peranakan restaurant for guests who are looking for an uplifting and lively dining experience. Helming the Godmama Kitchen is Peranakan Head Chef Fredric who will be faithfully recreating Godma's traditional family recipes and signature classics.
In the day, their executive set lunches offer the best that Godmama has to offer. Come night fall, their specially curated Peranakan cocktails and innovative tapas is the best way to unwind after a long day at work. And on weekends, their all day brunch menu features an exciting Peranakan spin to the traditional brunch offering paired with a cup of specialty coffee or tea.
Offering a contemporary setting with both indoor and alfresco dining options facing the cityscape, there is something for everyone there at Godmama.
Platform on Amoy Street is branding itself as a "drinks studio"
Enjoy coffee, cocktails & mocktails suitable for daytime drinking. Their best-selling cocktail is Sage 43, made with fino sherry, sage cordial, seedless grapes and tonic water.
Try their creation like The Portobello Sandwich; put together with portobello mushroom. shredded mozerella + cheddar cheese, bbq sauce, mayonaise, mesclun salad and white bread. Experience the flavours of earthy and juicy mushrooms blend in harmony with melted cheddar cheese. The perfect bite of food, designed for 24/7 satisfaction.
Tendon specialist Tendon Kohaku and unagi specialist Man Man Unagi have started a brand-new collaborative dining concept at Clarke Quay Central! Since their respective openings, both of these F&B concepts have been drawing long queues every day, winning over the hearts of local gourmands with their authentic Japanese specialities. Now, fans of the two brands can tuck into both tendons and unagi just side by side at the two new restaurants.
At the new outlet, Tendon Kohaku will present an exclusive item: Kaisen Tendon by Kohaku and Teppei (S$26.50++). The item follows the kaisen don recipe by Chef Teppei Yamashita, who helms Teppei Japanese restaurant and Man Man Unagi.
Other exclusive items include Jumbo Unagi Tendon (S$29++), a glorious showstopper of huge eel encased in crispy tempura exterior. The Premium Chawanmushi with Unagi and Ikura (S$6.50++) is made with egg, chicken broth, chicken, shiitake mushroom and spring onion. The treasures that are unagi and fish cake are embedded within the wobbly offering; glistening globes of ikura are set atop it. There is also the Crispy Unagi Dragon Roll (S$9++): a combination of tempura prawn, tempura crabstick and avocado are draped across vinegared Japanese rice.
Man Man Unagi will also offer an exclusive item: Kaisen x Hitsumabushi by Teppei and Man Man (S$32.50++). The restaurant is renowned for its unagi offerings – its success is in part due to its insistence on using only premium Japanese eel. Drenching the eel is a thick, rich and moreish unagi sauce. At the new restaurant, you can ask for refills of the sauce! The perfectly grilled eel, which has a wonderful smoky aroma, is paired with Nanatsuboshi white rice and fresh wasabi. There are three ways to enjoy hitsumabushi: on its own; with a mix of condiments, wasabi and green onions; and with soup added to the aforementioned mix. The unagi is served alongside an exquisite kaisen don with a secret-recipe sauce from Teppei Japanese restaurant.
The Ark Futsal is one of the leading managers of futsal pitches in Singapore. Today, it manages 11 pitches for its clients, which include government organisations and a country club. While it focuses on ensuring its clients pitches remain in excellent condition, The Ark Futsal also organised soccer programmes, which include major leagues and tournaments to encourage utilisation of these pitches. With its years of facility management and strong event management capability, The Ark Futsal aims to offer quality environment for soccer activities or events to take place, where relationships are built and enhanced through fun and good sportsmanship.
The Ark Futsal's newest pitch is now open at the newly-opened Funan.
In 1982, Sonata Dancewear started in a little brown store in Singapore, designing and manufacturing high quality dancewear because every dancer deserves the best, to perform at their best. With a vision to be part of everyone's dance journey, the Sonata Community Studio was founded to bring dance to everyone, and help dancers be better dancers. You can find dancewear, activewear, dance-inspired lifestyle products, and also a 1,500 sq ft dance studio for you to learn, train, and play. They'll always dance with you.
You must have heard of or visited one of Don Don Donki stores in Singapore by now, but their 6th & newest branch at Clarke Quay Central has a unique Teppanyaki station for all their customers to feast together! Enjoy sizzling sights as their expert chefs cook up a slew of delicious Japanese recipes such as Wagyu Steak, Beef Hamburg & Teriyaki Chicken Steak for you! This new store operates on a 24-hr basis and is a perfect pit stop for late night party-goers around the area.
Don Quijote, the biggest discount store chain in Japan is operating in Singapore as Don Don Donki. They are focused on providing high quality Japanese products, and they offer a wide variety of items ranging from fresh produce to toys. Find everything you’re looking for and discover things you never knew you needed, only at Don Don Donki.
Quench your thirst with their fan-favourite peach smoothie, or sample other goods at their indoor Sweet Potato Factory!
Nikon Experience Hub is a Nikon Brand Concept Store, dedicated to provide the complete customer experience for all level of photographers and creators.
Both professionals and beginners camera enthusiasts alike can get their hands on various Nikon cameras, including their latest Z series mirrorless system, NIKKOR lenses and other Nikon camera accessories.
Nikon Experience Hub is a one-stop experience for photo enthusiasts – try out the latest Nikon products, drop off your equipment for servicing, and learn tips from working professionals at Nikon School.
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.
Izy was an urban contemporary Izakaya Bar serving quality Japanese fare to hardworking young working professionals on Club Street. In her 2019 rebrand, Izy Fook aims to provide top Singaporean dishes alongside key Cantonese delights in a newly renovated space, promoting a revived and rowdy drinking culture.
Together, Izy Fook, cheekily translating as “together, lets prosper” is a hip Japanese kitchen inspired by old school Singapore Cantonese restaurants and the energy of late night Chinatown watering holes back in the 1970s Singapore. Izy Fook takes a creative approach towards incorporating the roasted and charred Cantonese meats into quality Izakaya classing dishes.
The “Living Room” occupies the front portion of the restaurant and showcases a series of brand new art pieces from Hong Kong’s hottest illustrator, Jonathan Jay Lee. The "Living Room" also contains a long and open bar where diners could grab quick and dirty drinks or bottles of wine with sharing plates of authentic Japanese fare; while loud hip hop and rock and roll music plays over the speakers.
The “Dining Hall” hidden at the back of the restaurant sits up to 50 people and has a private dining VIP room decorated with beloved old school movie posters. Again, unapologetic loud music plays over low lighting making for a rowdy yet celebratory atmosphere.
Fusing inspiration from cosmopolitan New York and the bustling night markets of Seoul, NY Night Market is one of South Korea’s fastest-growing restaurant chains. Serving up a wide array of Korean-Western comfort food and beer cocktails, NY Night Market is extremely popular among youths, young adults and families.
Mouthwatering highlights include the 50cm Baguette loaded with bulgogi beef, shredded cheese and assorted vegetables, Cream the Curry; topokki red curry topped with whipped cream, Finger Steak with homemade gorgonzola butter, and Waterfall Cheese Shrimp doused in cheese fondue on a sizzling hotplate.
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.
Just as el mero mero is Mexican slang for “the main man” or “the go-to guy”, so is El Mero Mero the restaurant the go-to place for Mexican gastronomy.
Five years after it first opened its doors, the restaurant has reinvigorated its mission of being the venue that sets the bar for Mexican hospitality. El Mero Mero at Chijmes brings to life the vital energy of Mexican culinary culture in all its allure and complexity, and this refreshed energy is manifested throughout all El Mero Mero.
The space has been refurbished with care for a renewed impression. Soft ivory walls, marble tables and lush green plants frame the open- plan kitchen where chefs work together in plain sight, their precise movements drawing the eye to what guests will shortly be dining on. The counter seating offers up-close kitchen- side dining that will illuminate different facets of Mexican food and transform your understanding of Mexican dining. This attention to detail and deep understanding of presentation permeates the new menu, which is designed to reflect both Mexican culinary history and its dynamic modern foodscape.
Consider El Mero Mero’s range of botanas or Mexican small plates such as the classic Baja Fish, elevated, and the Corn Sampler, a dish that plays with different flavours to offer a new perspective on corn; the selection of cocktails based on mezcal including the eponymous El Mero Mero that uses orange-infused mezcal for a subtly smoky, and refreshing long drink.
El Mero Mero’s new menu showcases traditional flavour combinations, and also demonstrates the current Mexican culinary trends. As representative of a cuisine that has so much more to offer, beyond the tacos and burritos that Singaporeans are familiar with: El Mero Mero hopes to open our eyes, minds, and palates to the power of Mexican gastronomy and hospitality.
Thus, while remaining faithful to old mores, the new menu is modern and global, executed with finesse and sophistication. These are some of its highlights.
For classics with spirit and soul, look no further than their El Taco. With crispy tooth fish tempura and juicy salsa, their Baja Fish tacos are a celebration of classic Mexican flavours and an explosion of textures. The Wagyu Volcan’s combination of charred cheese, Australian wagyu beef and molcajete (mortar & pestle) sauce of tomatoes, jalapeno and garlic is a rich burst of juicy umami.
The Avocado Taco brings forward a very different idea: charred corn tortilla and cool creamy avocado – for most Mexicans, this is the taste of home. For novices to Mexican fare, it’s an eye- opener: absolute simplicity, done impeccably.
Other dishes that bring forth these flavours of history and memory include the Hamachi and Coconut Ceviche, a glory of fresh sashimi-grade Hamachi tossed in coconut milk infused with the tangy hibiscus; and Tortilla Soup, creamy comfort made with tomatoes roasted in the Josper oven,guajillo chillies, and thickened with charred tortillas.
A restrained hand with contemporary updates drive up the culinary excitement. Consider the Atlantic Grilled Octopus, a generous Josper-grilled swirl of tentacle that offers oceanic sweetness with an undertone of smokiness and the Corn Sampler, a tribute to the many faces of that essential Mexican staple, maize with skewers of Josper-grilled organic baby corn and donuts made in-house from huitlocoche or “corn mushroom”.
The Gordita expands on the eponymous Mexican classic: rather than simply filling the empty pocket of this corn pastry, it becomes a base to celebrate heirloom vegetables and frijoles. The El Mero Mero Fajita brings together two beloved Mexican flavours not commonly paired together – a poblano shishito crema and grilled beef – to richly savoury results while the Tequila Pecan Pie is a creative and sweetly aromatic combination of Mexican produce – cinnamon, pecans, and tequila – made a little edgier with a final grill in the Josper before serving for a subtle smokiness.
This approach weaves the past and the ‘now’ together for a culinary tapestry like no other.
El Mero Mero promises a new vision of Mexican cuisine and hospitality, saturated with warm generosity. The Mexican heart is all-evident. Make a reservation with them via this link today and be wowed.
With the successful debut of Lee Hwa’s JewelSpace at their Suntec City boutique in 2018, Lee Hwa Jewellery is elevating its latest boutique, Lee Hwa’s JewelPlay at Bugis Junction, with elements of fun and romance. Targeted at millennial couples and fashion-forward shoppers, the boutique at Bugis Junction receives a complete makeover and reopens its doors in July.
Lee Hwa’s JewelPlay breaks the rules of traditional jewellery store formats and redefines the customer experience by transforming jewellery shopping into a time of creative expression and carefree play – hence its name. Thoughtfully designed, the boutique is packed with a slew of interactive touch-points and spaces geared at showcasing the brand’s bridal jewellery collection, Lee Hwa Romance, as well as their extensive multi-wear series catered to the young and the young-at-heart.
“Besides the trendsetting multi-wear jewellery for daily wear, we observed a growing demand among young couples. We want to be a part of every couple’s unique love journey, from couple bands, to proposal ring, wedding bands, bridal jewellery, and anniversary gifts. Every piece of jewellery is a
celebration of love, a memory to behold. With our new JewelPlay boutique, we are providing an engaging space for them to revel in the experience and celebrate their love story together,” Mavis Toh, business director of Lee Hwa Jewellery.
Donned in millennial-favourite shades and metallic sheens, the boutique is not only an upgrade from 560 sq ft to 880 sq ft but a refreshing yet casual variant from the usual jewellery retail stores. Drawing inspiration from art galleries, jewellery pieces are placed in vertical wall displays built for eye-level viewing.
Customers can try on their favourite jewels in front of the store’s JewelPlay Mirror, a vanity mirror similar to the ones red-carpet stars have in their dressing rooms. Its adjustable lighting promises plenty of gram-worthy opportunities for customers to capture that perfect selfie or wefie.
At a time when electronic person-to-person introductions and food delivery apps are at the touch of our fingertips, Tiong Bahru Bakery still believes in “celebrating neighborhoods” and that means taking time for the face-to-face connection with people that matter. For the first time ever, the Home of the Handmade Croissant shares the 4,000 sq ft space with internationally award-winning beauty brands Browhaus and Strip at a convenient location in the Central Business District area.
It could not have come at a better time as Spa Esprit Group’s founder, Cynthia Chua, states that “The all-new Funan has provided us an opportunity to sync well-loved brands for a more valuable experience than ever before. We want to continue to be the nexus of creativity, culture and conversation.” The 90-seater bakery is the second outlet to serve the full hot food menu in addition to their popular 100% French flour-and-butter bakes, exclusive coffee blend and superfood treats, after their Raffles City branch.
Being part of Spa Esprit Group’s very first multi-concept without barriers, TBB Funan can be accessed from any entry point on the fourth floor shared with Browhaus and Strip. Captivating images on LED screens greet customers with the newest and latest at the bakery. Soft leather armchairs, warm lighting and communal tables make for easy conversation amongst friends and colleagues.
Following TBB tradition, every new outlet offers exclusives in store for a limited time. At TBB Funan, they have savory porkcast pie on TBB’s signature French butter croissant crust. The diamond-shaped creation adds a flaky and crunchy texture to pork cheek rendang done local-style in homemade rempah or intensely flavored spice paste (read: not poured from a store-bought readymade pack) at $8.90++ each. Not one but two exclusives mark this grand opening of TBB Funan. The best-selling viennoisserie, kouign amann, takes on an Asian-flavored spin inspired by the Chinese fried doughnut or ham chim peng. It is intensified with five-spice butter and sprinkled with black and white sesame seeds on the Breton cake which literally means “cake-butter” at $5++ each that’s available from now till 10 September 2019. There’s also Unity tea blend that’s farm fresh, and made up of ginger, pandan, turmeric and chili ($6/$6.20++ each) which are locally grown by Edible Garden City. “Unity” was chosen to signify the three concepts under one roof for the first time in Singapore.
Experience the highest climbing walls in the civic district at Climb Central's newest branch at Funan. Find your challenge amongst more than 200 outdoor-inspired climbs. Choose to scale the high walls, or enjoy high intensity short climbs in a dedicated boulder unit with Singapore's first Kilter Board. Everyone can climb at Climb Central. Go with your family and friends and find your own style of climbing.
Done with your first climb and looking for a bit more guidance? Let Climb Central help you to achieve your next climbing milestone and be your home away from home.
Sign up for one of their climbing classes for a guided session with our friendly and knowledgeable instructors. Both introductory and developmental classes are available to meet your needs. Rental of climbing equipment is included for all classes.
Get ready to experience the world’s first Dyson Demo Store – Beauty Lab at Funan. As a world-first, the concept store will be dedicated to the Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer and the Dyson Airwrap™ styler.”
Dyson technology works differently, it is engineered to solve real problems. The best way to understand it is to experience it. This is why they created Dyson Demo - a place that brings to life the science and engineering at the heart of their machines.
Book an appointment here with a Dyson Demo stylist to get hands on with the Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer or Dyson Airwrap™ styler. Their experts are there to answer questions and show you how to get the most from their technology.
Unaemon is one of the 6 Japanese food brands that can be enjoyed at the newly-opened Gochi on Church Street.
Established in Japan in 1950, Unaemon was co-founded in Japan by the owner of Taga, a 147-year old unagi specialty restaurant, and the third owner of Kiyoizumi, a historical unagi restaurant in Hinode-cho, Yokohama.
Unaemon has seven chefs who specialize in cooking unagi. As cooking eel is a difficult and technical process which requires years of experience, two highly-skilled chefs will be based in Singapore to oversee things in the kitchen.
Their Singapore restaurant will serve their signature Unajyu, and there are plans to serve the popular original dish Unagi Shabu-shabu in the future.
Unaemon is also highly committed to sourcing the best ingredients for its dishes.
Diners can look forward to a slice of Japan in the Central Business District area as Japanese premium gourmet space, Gochi has opened its doors to the public.
Located at the bustling Capital Square on 23 Church Street, Gochi houses six different Japanese food concepts, ranging from Japanese heritage food brands to modern day treats.
Diners can enjoy a wide range of delectable Japanese cuisine at the new venue, with four new-to-market Japanese brands making their local debut, namely conveyor-belt sushi chain Chojiro, Italian-Japanese fusion restaurant Pronto, unagi specialty restaurant Unaemon and frozen fruit bar Paletas.
The well-loved leading luxury Japanese confectionery and chocolatier, Morozoff, which has three other outlets in Singapore (Plaza Singapura, Westgate and Jewel Changi Airport), has also set up shop at Gochi, selling its range of fine chocolates, best-selling cookies and cream cheesecakes. Hokkaido’s No. 1 soup curry eatery, Suage, which has two restaurants located at Capitol Piazza and Jewel Changi Airport, has an express counter at Gochi to cater to the busy CBD lunch crowds.
The new Trehaus at City Hall is a Silicon Valley-inspired preschool and childcare that is changing early education, focuses on building character and future skills, and lets parents be present for their children’s learning journey.
Serving the needs of working parents, Funan’s North Office Block will house Trehaus School , a childcare centre and preschool that can accommodate over 100 children aged two months to six years; as well as Trehaus Club, a family club that offers member families with access to an indoor playground café, themed play dates and enrichment programmes.
"It takes a village to raise a child".
Spanning an impressive space of 12,000 sq ft, Trehaus at City Hall is the modern village where the future family works, learns and plays together.
Find out more about this multi-concept new venue here.