Flavours, tastes, sights and smells from the four corners of the world all under one roof at your fingertips. Culina at COMO Dempsey brings together all these and much more at its new flagship. Housed in a spacious high-ceilinged former British Army barracks, the over 15,000 sq ft destination curates the best foods, produce and ingredients by marques of provenance from around the globe, carefully sourced by their team of food and culinary experts just for you.
From the modern bistro to the contemporary European-inspired food market, Culina at COMO Dempsey welcomes everyone with a feast for the senses and a unique source-to-table experience.
Whether it is the comforting aroma of warm baked bread, the sizzling sound and tantalising smell of seared Wagyu steaks, the spectacular displays of ocean-fresh seafood, in-season produce and ingredients, and wine cellars or a perfectly Instagrammable selection of French patisseries and cakes, Culina at COMO Dempsey invites you to simply see, smell, taste, touch and experience.
Culina at COMO Dempsey is the latest chapter in the Culina story. What began 25 years ago with the simple belief that eating well is one of life’s greatest pleasures now informs everything they do. Their team members are food lovers with a simple passion for real food. They love what they do and they love to share what they know about food. They believe in eating by the seasons as food tastes best when consumed at the right time of the year. They know that a good meal starts with great produce and they are proud to partner committed farmers and producers who care about what goes on your plate.
Carefully sourced from the four corners of the world, Culina at COMO Dempsey serves up the freshest food, produce and ingredients, and the best speciality products. New or exclusive to the house, many of these brands are of deep provenance and are held in esteem by top chefs.
Culina at COMO Dempsey now offers a fine selection of meats, seafood, bread and patisseries, and a charcuterie and cheese delicatessen. Also available are fresh vegetables and fruits, sauces, dried goods and condiments, as well as a wine cellar and the renowned Sydney floral boutique, Grandiflora.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Singapore, Cosmo Restaurant & Wine Bar ushers you into a dine and wine experience that charms and tantalises.
Featuring modern interiors that draw upon neo-European designs, use of industrial materials, and soft lighting, Cosmo Restaurant and Wine Bar caters for both the daily lunch crowd and the night destination diners.
With indoor, outdoor and private dining areas, Cosmo Restaurant & Wine Bar will certainly charm whether it is strictly for business, private and personal or fun family times.
Cosmo Restaurant & Wine Bar is helmed by Michele Ow, the Chef de Cuisine, a renowned and beloved chef, who has loved food for her entire life. She lives and breathes food. She brings over her conspicuous passion for cooking which is to strive for the freshest ingredients and trust that natural flavors married with passion will always produce the perfect gastronomic dish.
Their wine bar features a stellar lineup of curated wines, priced for the casual drinker to the serious connoisseur. With live in-house music to compliment the ambience, it surely promises a touch of vintage classiness to the whole wine and dine experience in Cosmo Restaurant & Wine Bar.
The stunning Freemasons Hall building which sits at 23A Coleman Street will soon be home to The Masons Table which is opening mid December.
The Masons Table will serve honest food and artisan wines set in relaxed and historical surroundings, right in the centre of Singapore.
The Masons Table serve the very best of modern European cuisine, inspired by the flavours of Italy and France. From hearty all-time favourite starters and main dishes, to signature thin-crust pizzas, to charcuterie and cheese sharing plates - there's something for everyone to enjoy. All of their dishes are designed to meld perfectly with their selection of artisan wines.
Ma Cuisine is a new gastro wine bar with an offering of over 600 labels, paired with a concise selection of classic French fare. With one of the most extensive wine list in Singapore, the wine bar seeks to transport guests to diverse terroirs of wine-producing regions in France and beyond, in a not intimidating, engaging and unpretentious manner.
Ma Cuisine Singapore is a brand new chapter distinct from its Beaune counterpart, delivering a less traditional drinking experience catering to a new generation of wine drinkers. The kitchen presents a simple and uncomplicated menu to match. From after-work drinks and light nibbles, to a nightcap with cheese.
In a raw, industrial space imbued with vintage French style and contemporary sensibilities, co-owners Anthony Charmetant and Mathieu Escoffier will guide your wine journey, and curate an engaging drinking experience tailored just for you.
The latest, salubrious addition to the Craig Road stretch is PerBacco — an elegant Italian wine bar and restaurant helmed by chef-owner Marco Violano. In Italian, the word ‘PerBacco’ refers to Bacchus, the god of wine and good times and is also used as an expression of pleasure and surprise. It is, indeed, an apt name for an establishment that prides itself on offering an authentic, top-notch Italian bar and dining experience.
The long, spacious bar overlooks the charming street and offers an al fresco feel thanks to high chairs and tables arranged right by its large windows. Here, amid brick-lined walls and dark wood furnishings, Chef Marco offers an impressive range of whiskeys, rums, unpasteurised beers, Italian wines and other spirits, and a list of six classic cocktails including the Manhattan, Negroni, and Spritz. The cocktails are always made to perfection with premium spirits such as Fords London Dry Gin, High West Rye Whiskey and Bottega Gold Prosecco.
To accompany the drinks is a list of premium Ciccheti (Italian bar bites to share) that Chef Marco imports from Italy and stores in a beautiful cold room that forms part of the restaurant’s décor. There are cold cuts like Parma ham aged between 12, 24 and 36 months; mild and sweet small-batch salamenostrano; pure pork salame from Felino, a small town located in the Baganza valley; unctuous salame Milano; and soppressata, a dry salami native to Tuscany and Liguria. These are cut using a beautiful, traditional Tamagnini ham hand slicer brought in from Parma, Italy.
On the menu are refined classics from the Mediterranean, including Chef Marco’s signature homemade spaghetti chitarre (guitar spaghetti, in reference to the guitar-like tool used to make the noodles) with scampi and clay pot fregola (pasta made from semolina, similar to Israeli couscous) with fresh lobster.
Chef Marco makes it a point to import the finest ingredients from around the world, including beef from Kobe, Japan and lamb from New Zealand, which he cooks to deft perfection in his mixed grill. He also brings in seasonal vegetable, fruit and seafood such as mussels and clams from Italy twice weekly.