With their vast array of iconic Chinese delicacies and their commitment to impeccable service, Imperial Treasure has become eponymous with authentic fine Chinese cuisine. Since the establishment of their first restaurant in 2004, Imperial Treasure Restaurant Group has won the hearts of gourmands and casual diners.
Today, the Group has 18 restaurants under its name, as well as over 20 accolades, including the World Gourmet Summit Awards of Excellence. The management team’s vision for Imperial Treasure has brought together veterans from the food and beverage industry, as well as the most experienced chefs from leading restaurants across Asia.
The new Japanese, French and Chinese cuisine ME@OUE restaurant is a collaboration between OUE and MediaCorp.
Perched on the 19th and top-most floor of OUE Bayfront, you can look forward to spectacular views of the city skyline and the sea. Designed by Norihiko Shinya of established architectural firm Super Potato, the restaurant’s décor and natural light feel is inspired by the beauty of nature.
Helming the restaurant are three prominent chefs, lauded for their culinary skills. One-star Michelin chef Laurent Peugeot, One-star Michelin chef Masayasu Yonemura and celebrity chef Justin Hor will serve up authentic dishes that pay tribute to their individual heritage.
You will be able to tuck into three distinctive world-class cuisines prepared with the highest quality ingredients such as Toro sashimi, cote de boeuf and braised abalone for a dining experience like no other.
The latest addition to the Village Brand, Village Hotel Katong, as its name suggests, brings with it the Nonya flavors of Singapore’s Eastern regions of Katong and Marine Parade.
The non-smoking 229-room hotel, features Superior, Deluxe and Club categories, providing you with great comfort. Village Hotel Katong draws its inspiration from the Peranakan heritage of its surroundings, which are reflected in the hotel's Straits Chinese design accents.
Located on levels 7 and 8, their Superior Rooms are tastefully furnished with contemporary light green Peranakan décor, offering you a lavish 29 square metres of space with an accessible balcony. The bathrooms come equipped with a standing rain shower to provide a revitalizing experience and the in-room experience is complete with 46-inch LED TVs, complimentary wired internet and Wi-Fi access and a full range of amenities.
Their Club Rooms on levels 5 and 6, come with an in-room bath tub to relax and unwind at the end of the day. Staying in the Club room combines exceptional comfort with a host of exclusive privileges like access to the club lounge for daily breakfast and evening cocktails in a comfortable and ideal environment, both for work and leisure that will make you feel right at home.
The outdoor swimming pool is set in a cosy open-air corner on the 4th floor of the hotel, providing an ideal spot to unwind after exploring the nearby vicinity.
Their furniture designs brand is known for their great handcrafted upholstery, trunks, case goods, lighting and decorative accessories.
The brand has a point of view. There is character and soul to what they do.The materials they use, the link to heritage, the designs and the combination of these three key factors create a unique flair. Timothy Oulton believes that good interior design encompasses individual style and has always relied on pieces from different cultures and periods. If you are looking for individuality and authenticity this is your final stop.
All Timothy Oulton furnitures are handcrafted using the best tested techniques, fabrications and reverberates with a delicate balance of tradition and innovation. Every piece is meticulously crafted with fine artistry and skilled craftsmanship, with the usage of exquisite materials. Paying the utmost attention to detail, Timothy Oulton craftsmen ensure this by painstakingly hand-constructing and hand-finishing each piece of furniture. Countless man hours are put into each product to achieve an artistic standard that ensures distinct individuality.
Adding an ecological touch to the brand, they use reclaimed timbers for their furniture. Wood is salvaged from distilleries, mills, Old English Manors as well as disused Chinese Junks. The salvaged wood bears the authentication of time and natural weathering – imperfections are cherished, making each piece one of its kind. The meticulous work that goes into each product ensures that any Timothy Oulton piece will be a beautiful and cherished addition to every home.
Jiu Zhuang is a new premium pour bar with Chinese heritage style.
Nestled in the far reaches of Dempsey Hill enclave and hidden from public view is a premium gastronomic experience unlike any other.
Jiu Zhuang is inspired by the 1920s era in Shanghai when China opened its doors to Western civilisation. Designed in a neo-Siheyuan style with strong Chinese heritage influences, it transports the past to the present with its curated offering of luxe drinks and dishes celebrated in this modern age.
The restaurant lives up to its namesake by offering an impressive selection of fine wines, champagnes, whiskies, sake and more, coupled with delectable dim sum and Chinese "little bites" that will satisfy even the most ardent fan.
The establishment has two separate and distinctive areas. The indoor bar area which features the full Shanghai Tang décor treatment, lounge seating and a Chinese cabinet bar display backdrop.
The alfresco & private dining area on the other hand, features Chinese inspired décor with an old turn-of-the-century European twist, a walk-in wine cellar, and more organic outdoor friendly furnishings. The private dining section is also attached to an enclosed kitchen where the chefs display their mastery and serve up freshly made premium quality dim sum and Chinese food.
The recent renovations by acclaimed hospitality specialist Hirsch Bedner Associates has resulted in a modern twist on a Chinese courtyard. The interiors features stone walls, dark lacquered arches, high polished marble and stucco-painted screen panels.
Since its opening in 1988, Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant has continually been applauded as one of Singapore’s finest Cantonese restaurants, winning Singapore Tatler Magazine's "Singapore’s Best Restaurants" since 1991 and "Singapore’s Top Restaurants" by Wine & Dine since 1997.
You can expect mouth watering dishes such as Shark's Fin with Crabmeat wrapped in Egg White, Pan-fried Japanese Scallop with Asparagus as well as Baked Cod with Chef's Sauce in Banana Leaf to name a few. Reserve your table for a chance to savour Wah Lok’s culinary delights.
A 500-room hotel will be built above the mall at 277 Orchard Road and across the road, an office block will tower above the other mall at 218 Orchard Road. Both towers will be linked by a glass tubular overhead bridge, forming an integrated and interconnected landmark across Orchard Road aptly named Orchard Gateway.
With its distinct, arch-like architecture and central location in Orchard Road the new mall will form the "gateway" to the Orchard Road shopping belt.
Orchard Gateway, comprising 180,000 sft of leasable space over six floors (including two basement floors), will house fashion, fashion-related and lifestyle brands carefully selected from the international and local retail scene. There will also be a range of food-and-beverage (F&B) establishments to enrich the shopping experience.
The mall will be connected to other malls in that stretch of the shopping belt by the glass overhead bridge, an underpass across Orchard Road, and inter-mall walkthroughs. It will have direct access to the Somerset MRT station and house the remaining part of Discovery Walk, completing the bustling F&B-cum-shopping long corridor that stretches from 313@Somerset to Orchard Central. The wide variety of retail options in Orchard Gateway and extensive network of connectivity it enables across malls on both sides of the road will give rise to a whole new shopping precinct in Orchard Road.
Indulge Skinlab, established in 2003, provides you with a one-stop, integrated beauty solution, offering a wide range of products and services for your individual needs.
They offer a comprehensive selection of facial and body treatments that incorporate the principles of both Western science and also TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), aimed at tackling the root of your beauty and skin problems by detoxifying your body.
Their signature Cupping Slimming Treatment has proven to be a hit, being very effective in helping you to slim down healthily.
Their beauty solutions include IPL (Intense Pulsed Light), RF (Radio Frequency) and Oxyjet treatments, and they are also the authorised agent for Zell-V sheep placenta products in Singapore.
Element Art Space, one of Singapore’s leading galleries for modern and contemporary South East Asian art, have departed their old premises and opening on March 12 at the historic Raffles Hotel Arcade in the heart of Singapore’s Art District.
The gallery first opened in October 2009 under the mentorship of Chua Soobin - one of the most prominent gallerists in South East Asia and was the first to introduce avant garde Chinese art to the region. Initially named S.Bin Art Plus, the gallery changed its name to Element Art Space in 2011. Drawing in from Soobin’s more than 20 years of experience in the art industry, the gallery’s aim remains consistent: to promote great and innovative artists from South East Asia and provide an exchange for dialogue with artists, galleries and collectors from throughout the world. The gallery also offers residencies to a highly selected number of emerging artists from the region.
Both TungLok and XiHe are renowned for their commitment to authentic Chinese cuisine through innovative cooking and presentation methods.
With a sophisticated interior that successfully combines the mystique of the East and chic of the West, indulge in the restaurant's signature dish: Peking Duck, a long-time favourite of all Chinese food lovers.
Think "tavern" and the mind conjures a drinking house with a convivial atmosphere, a boisterous place without pretension, where you share food and knock back drinks while exchanging salty tales and have a rollicking good time.
Shelter in the Woods reintroduces the same lively concept of a tavern, creating a gathering place to meet, dine and have bounteous drinks.
Step into this modern tavern and notice the trademark detailing of this old-world drinking house, heavy oak tables with black cast iron finishings for group seatings, a faux fireplace with a mantelpiece of tavern collectables and a bronze deer head mounted above and a long dark wood bar with high-backed stools for the lone drinker.
Expect a hearty menu of Home-made Terrines and Rillettes, country-style pork and roasted pistachio Terrine, fresh pie, country-style chicken with onion, bacon, potatoes and oven-braised Cassoulet - Cassoulet of duck confit, lamb leg, pork belly and garlic sausage, Whiff fish braised in white wine and tomato sauce "duglere" style and classic Beef Bourguignon with bacon, button mushrooms and pearl onions.
Feast your senses on the open-kitchen where a Rotisserie of crispy skin suckling pig marinated with "Aromates", baby poussin with special house- made ProvencÌ§al spice mix and layered lamb leg with tapenade olive pureÌe, garlic and rosemary are being slowly grilled to perfection. The enticing scent of meats wafting through the tavern to seduce appetites, just as French-Chinese Chef Patron has set out to do.
Shelter in the Woods boasts a collection of 26-types of house-macerated rums, made from a base of La Mauny White Rum, from the Carribean island of Martinique, all carefully and lovingly macerated by the restaurant manager, Maxime Larquier. The bar also has a vast selection of craft beers and ale for those who prefer to wash down their meals with their favoured brew.
RS Deli is a new youthful, chic diner serving traditional Indonesian cuisine with a modern twist.
Their menu consists of mould-breaking East-West fusion creations such as Nasi Lemak Burger, Kampong Spaghetti and Belado Fish & Chips. Other creations like the Satay Chicken Burger and Beef Rendang Burger are both covered in traditional sauces but tucked into a burger bun and served with fries and Indonesian coleslaw.
The inspiration and backbone of RS Deli is the founder’s mother Lai Siu Ing who has 30 years of experience in baking and Indonesian culinary. She is also the pioneer behind Rasa Sayang, a renowned home bakery specilaizing in festive goodies, such as kue lapis, that she still runs out of her native Jakarta today.
Her brand of crackers, cakes and savoury snacks have carved out a loyal following in Singapore ever since she first started selling her confections at Takashimaya's annual Chinese New Year food fair in 1998.
RS Deli is a place where Mdm Lai’s extensive culinary skills and knowledge are translated into something new and unique, without breaking from the Indonesian roots. There are also traditional Indonesian offerings like Chicken Gulai, citrusy Javanese-style curry chicken and Chicken Lontong done with turnip instead of cabbage. The dried shrimp floss-dusted potato chips that come with the rice sets are also instantly addictive.
Their cheery red-and-white interiors exude an atmosphere of hip, fashionable café rather than a traditional Indonesian eatery. The hand drawn lampshades are also a testament to the warmth and passion that is invested in the restaurant.
The very famous Tim Ho Wan will be opening its first overseas dim sum restaurant this April at Plaza Singapura.
Mak Kwai Pui, its Hong Kong based chef-founder has over 30 years of dim sum making experience. He was formerly the head dim sum chef at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong where he played an instrumental role in helping their Chinese restaurant Lung King Hin achieve its Three-Michelin-Star rating.
One of his most notable accomplishments was when he opened the first Tim Ho Wan Dim Sum restaurant in Hong Kong and earned its first Michelin Star within the same year of its opening. Earning him a mention as one of the top 25 most influential people in Asia in 2009 by CNN. The restaurant rapidly became one of the most iconic and sought-after dim sum spots in Hong Kong.
Their signature pastry buns stuffed with barbecue pork will definitely be a must try.
The 100-seater will occupy a 2,000-sq ft space in Plaza Singapura's ground floor.
Crystal Jade Culinary Concepts Holding is a diversified Food & Beverage group committed to preserving the rich traditions of Chinese cuisine in contemporary ways. Over the years, Crystal Jade has committed itself to preserving the fine art of Chinese cuisine – offering a unique dining experience with exceptional food quality and excellent customer service in a congenial ambience.
Their fine dining concepts include traditional Cantonese and Teochew cuisine that have been relished for generations. You will also find authentic Korean cuisine and Continental boutique-style cafés as some of their specialty concepts. Among the diverse casual dining options they offer are well-loved items such as Lanzhou La Mian and Shanghai favourites, Cantonese barbecue meat, noodles and congee, Hong Kong Dim Sum as well as bakeries serving international pastries and breads.
One of the podiums has been converted into a flat space, which makes it easier to move around. The new tenant mix and the layout of the mall will definitely enhance your shopping and dining experience.
Centrally located within Far East Square, a heritage conservation project in the heart of the Central Business District with a vibrant mix of eateries and retail shops, the exclusive 37-room hotel will bring you back to an era that is both historically and culturally rich and diverse.
Awaken your senses at The Amoy with a unique blend of modern furnishings and traditional Chinese design and architecture.
Eu Yan Sang was founded in 1879 with the mission of "Caring for Mankind". As a progressive, global healthcare and wellness company with a strong foundation in Traditional Chinese Medicine, they manufacture and retail traditional Chinese medicine and herbs in Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore.
The company markets quality Chinese herbs, Chinese Proprietary Medicines, as well as health foods and supplements, offering more than 900 products under the Eu Yan Sang brand name and sub brands and over 1,000 different types of Chinese herbs and other medicinal products.
To cater to modern lifestyle needs, their product range extends to health foods, dietary supplements, beverages, packaged tonic soups and personal care items.
Their food is faithful to the traditional art of the Teochew/Cantonese Cuisines. Besides providing value-for-money food, they insist on using fresh ingredients and serving piping hot food to the table.
Ban Heng were nominated as finalists for the "Most Popular Chinese Cuisine Restaurant" in the Singapore Gourmet Hunt, which was organized by the Restaurant Association of Singapore. Ban Heng was the only local Chinese restaurant among the finalists.
With its modern elements, Tim Palace provides a private events venue with a superior sound system and custom lighting. Completely pillar-less with high ceilings it is suitable for all types of events.
Enjoy fine Chinese food in an elegant ambiance. Selecting only the finest ingredients and using exceptional culinary techniques, their chefs strive to create dishes to please your appetite and stimulate your palate.
Hao Yun Lai is a novel concept focusing on recipes that improve one's health and wellness through appetising and visually appealing food and beverages, with a particular emphasis on women's health, and special menus for pregnant and post-partum mothers.
Rendezvous Gallery is becoming quite the new dining spot with various restaurants and cafes opening here in recent months. Chinese herbal restaurant Hao Yun Lai is the latest to join the cluster and promises to stand out.
The interior is pleasant but quite standard for a Chinese restaurant. Head Chef Chai goes to great lengths to use unusual ingredients, like charcoal tofu and lily bulbs, that are visually striking.
Traditional Chinese Medicine principles are applied to dishes on both menus and have been put together in consultation with a Tradition Chinese Medicine physician. Chef Chai himself keeps a medicine cabinet full of herbs in carefully labelled drawers and jars. The medicinal properties and health benefits of each dish are also explained in detail in the menus.
The Asian Civilisation Museum has received a $5 million gift from Hong Leong Foundation for the project, the largest cash donation made to the museum to date. The donation will cover part of the cost of the expansion of the museum’s Chinese gallery and acquisition of artefacts for the collection.
With the expansion, the museum has plans to revamp the current China gallery display. One of the highlights of the redesigned space will be an area dedicated to the arts of Fujian. Highlights will include regional specialties from Fujian such as longyanwood furniture and the museum's collection of blanc de Chine porcelain from Dehua, one of the best in the world.
Expected to be completed in 2015, the new galleries will take advantage of natural light and provide you a unique experience.
Following a five month transformation, Pan Pacific has opened a brand new all-day dining restaurant: Edge. Located on level 3 of the hotel, Edge is a theatrical and interactive dining space that will offer you a culinary tour of the region and the Pacific Rim.
With interiors designed by Blueplate, a Wilson Associates specialty restaurant and bar design studio, Edge’s interiors feature materials and elements from around the Pacific such as black volcanic rock, riverstone, sandstone, wood, bamboo and rattan. The inspiration behind Edge is to have the restaurant represent a bustling metropolis of cultures and cuisines, complete with different sights, smells, sounds, tastes and textures, set in a modern upscale ‘hawker’ environment.
Comprising seven different open concept kitchens, Edge serves a diverse array of Asian and Pacific cuisines, including Chinese, Malay, Indian, Singaporean, Thai, Japanese, Australian and American.
Get upclose and personal with the chefs as they bake your pizza in their wood-fired oven, grill your satay at the charcoal grill, or cook your fresh crabs at the chilli crab station. Have your steak cooked to your preferred doneness or enjoy a la minute pasta and noodle choices. Enjoy fresh succulent oysters, prawns, mussels and scallops at the ‘live’ seafood station, or fuel up on greens at Edge’s extensive salad bar.
Lovers of Japanese cuisine will delight in their selection of freshly prepared sushi, soba, tempura, and yakitori, while the Thai station features a variety of fruit salads and a hot and spicy tom yum soup.
Complete your culinary journey on a sweet note with their elaborate and mouth-watering dessert station which comprises an assortment of pastries and cakes, two chocolate fondue fountains, an ice cream counter, and a "live" crepe and waffle station.
Edge can seat a maximum of 350 persons and is segregated into different zones, each showcasing different moods, seating configurations and heights. This flexibility allows the restaurant to cater groups, business associates, families or friends.
Leedon Residences sits on approximately 5 hectares of land. It’s freehold status located next to the Leedon Park Good Class Bungalow area ensures that this prestigious project brought to you by GuocoLand Limited is an upmarket classic residential project in a highly desirable area of Singapore.
Leedon Residences exclusiveness is ensured with most units luxuriously sized from 2100sqft up. Boasting a combination of sky suites and garden suites; both with private pools. And the ultimate indulgence, the 3 level penthouse units with it’s own personal dedicated private express lifts, private sky gardens and pool.
Masterfully crafted by Chan Soo Khian, winner of the President’s Design Award 2006, the highly sought after principal designer of SCDA Architects, a multi-disciplinary practice founded on the principle of combining the constraints of each site and climate with a strong overall concept to fulfil your needs. His designs respond to climate and place, and strive for clarity, simplicity and integrity. Which is aligned to Leedon Residence’s desire to retain the beautiful, lush, foliage and dense landscape legacy left behind by the previous Leedon Heights.
Leedon Residences design and architecture has intergrated the natural terrains and brought in the natural elements into each and every unit, to awaken your senses, allowing peace, serenity and calmness to greet you everyday. Extending out of your private oasis is an inviting lush 200 metre forest walk. Turning every corners, be surprised with intimate courtyard gardens and water courts. private dining pleasures await you at the dining Lounge with tastefully adorned Swarovski crystals. The club and gym facilities complete your entertainment experience.
Located only 600 metres from Farrer MRT which is just a 5mins stroll away. Surrounded by the vibrant enclave of Holland Village, Dempsey Hill and Orchard Road, it will provide you with endless shopping, dining and lifestyle pleasures.
They aim to go back to the basics and revive the tastes and flavours that were once familiar to your parents, grandparents and even great-grandparents. Their food menu consists of dishes from the major ethnicities of Singapore: Chinese, Eurasian, Indian, Malay and Peranakan. These small plates were commonly eaten at homes but are fast disappearing today. Each dish has a story to tell and is carefully prepared by their chef: Damian D’Silva. They want to reinforce the significance and delicacy of migrant food culture.
Chef Damian D’Silva’s culinary education started when he was a boy, as he watched his grandfather and mother prepare family meals in the kitchen. From them he learned the importance of putting love and effort into his cooking, and he always makes it a point to retain the essence and flavours he experienced as a child. He believes that taking the hands-on approach and immersing himself into a culinary culture or environment is the best way to learn.
At Immigrants, Chef Damian pays homage and returns to the cuisine closest to his heart ,traditional Singaporean cuisine that forms the backbone of the country’s culinary heritage and culture.
They feel that drinking is just as important as eating. Hence Immigrants is the first of its kind gastrobar in Singapore, pairing “tapas” style heritage dishes with an eclectic range of beverages such as interesting craft beers, wines from boutique vineyards and even rare whiskey.
The major book retailer Kinokuniya will be opening a new outlet next year.
The Japanese store will be located at Jem, and is expected to open in the second quarter of next year. The 6,000 sq bookshop will be twice the size of their outlet in Bugis Junction and will carry books in English, Chinese and Japanese.
Appealing to a younger crowd of mostly young executives and students, Kinokuniya carries a comprehensive range of books in categories such as fiction, comics and graphic novel, travel, language and business. Their outlets exude a unique charm that will make you head back to them each time to satiate your reading needs.
It will be the brand's fourth store in Singapore, providing an extensive collection of over 500,000 quality titles from all over the world, including Chinese, French and German publications. Expect an excellent range of books at reasonable prices.
Forest has opened at Equarius hotel. Situated along the fringe of a tropical rainforest on Sentosa. Dine under a forest canopy inspired ceiling, whilst savoring chef Leong's signature flavourful creations.
Famous local celebrity chef Sam Leong is making waves on the culinary scene with Forest, his first-ever restaurant in partnership with Resorts World Sentosa. Together with chef Mike Tan, they break out of traditions and take the bold step to reinvent contemporary Chinese cuisine.
Upon entering the restaurant, one of the first things to notice is the 'theatre kitchen' which is well-ventilated so you can enjoy an unobstructed view of the chefs at work.
Unheard of in any Chinese restaurant, chef Leong will be taking a western approach for service and the presentation of dishes. Experience his innovative 8-course or 10-course discovery menu, as it gets bolder with every course.
You now have a new place to head for affordable lunch eats at Marina Bay area.
NTUC Foodfare opened its first outlet in the city and the CBD at MBFC Tower 3. Spanning approximately 9,000 sq ft on level 2, the "Food Loft" provides you a unique dining experience at friendly prices in the heart of CBD and Marina Bay.
The outlet includes 14 stalls, offering Indian, Chinese Japanese, and Western fare. You will be able to find renowned local chains such as Sakae Sushi, Go India, and Wang Café.
Electronic LED tickers feature breaking news and financial updates from Thomson Reuters, and a wall of television screens displays news, sports and entertainment programmes.
NTUC Foodfare also inaugurated an online food ordering and collection system at the MBFC outlet, the first of its kind within a local food court.
The system is meant to avoid long queues, by allowing you to place orders online via their online portal.
If you are willing or curious enough to try, then pop down to Caphe East, located at East Coast.
The restaurant is owned by Linda Truong and her mother, which they opened to allow people to enjoy and taste what authentic Vietnamese food should taste like. They are all about authentic Vietnamese comfort food, made from family recipes.
Have a try of their Banh Cuon, famous Vietnamese steamed rice roll, filled with savory Chinese mushrooms and minced pork. Garnished with thinly sliced Vietnamese ham and shallots and served with their homemade fish sauce.
As well as their Goi Cuon Summer Rolls freshly made and filled with prawns, sliced pork, lettuce, cucumber, mint, coriander, vermicelli and served with a special peanut sauce. (non-pork version available on demand).
The brand modernized ancient traditions into a line of cosmetics, made with real 24 karat gold.
Throughout history, gold has been recognized for its luxurious and beautifying properties.Colloidal gold, also known as nano-gold, is a suspension of sub-micrometer-sized particles of gold in a fluid invisible to the naked eye.
The miraculous qualities of nano-gold were known since the beginning of time by the ancients, who devoted massive amounts of time and energy to alchemy and labeled the colloidal gold as the Elixir of Life.
The anti-aging benefits of gold can be traced 5,000 years back to Cleopatra, who was said to sleep with a mask of gold every night in order to enhance the suppleness of her complexion and preserve its natural luminosity. In ancient Chinese medicine gold was a key to youth, as queens used gold massage rollers on their face everyday. Gold facials were also used in ancient Indian culture and were said to firm the skin, giving it a glow and reducing wrinkles.
In Ancient Rome the warriors would use golden compresses on their feet to speed up the healing of battle wounds.
Under the influence of gold the skin improves and strengthens, regaining elasticity and freshness, enhancing the natural body's response for healing and regeneration.
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In a special collaboration with Michelin Star Japanese restaurant Shini by Kanesaka, Tong Le offers traditional Chinese and Japenese cuisine which are meticulously prepared by world-class culinary artists. Their menu promises the finest food quality.
Enjoy a panoramic view of the stunning Marina Bay waterfront. They are part of the only two restaurants in Singapore offering the marvelous dining experience in a revolving tower.
Level 5 of the restaurant offers a selection of eight exclusive dining rooms as well as four cosy dining areas. Chic, dark wood furniture in the restaurant exude sophistication and elegance.
Level 4 offers three luxurious rooms, complete with state-of-the-art karaoke facilities stocked with over 60,000 songs. Styled by The Link Home, each private room is decorated with distinctly-designed showplates and cutlery.
Katrina Holdings Private Limited (KATRINA) was established since 1993. Its first concept restaurant, BALIthai opened in 1998, offers perennial favourites of both Indonesia and Thai cuisines.
Constantly exploring new avenues and also challenging oneself to be the leading F & B company, it takes one step further and went on to introduce Chinese cuisines of different origins such as Szechuan, Shanghai and Yunnan; HongKong fare with more than 100 popular choices, with an added twist; and also exotic Mexican delights, in order to excite and satisfy the discerning taste buds of gourmands.
In addition to the gastronomic experiences that they offer, they like their diners to have a satisfying good time in the most comfortable and relaxing milieu. Hence, no effort is spared in ensuring all their restaurants are tastefully furnished in chic and contemporary styles, complement with impeccable service by their dedicated chefs and service staff.
Today, KATRINA operates a chain of concept dining restaurants. There are now 18 restaurants in Singapore, and 1 in Beijing, China under 7 brands namely BALIthai, Bayang, RennThai, Streats Hong Kong Café, Honguo, Hutong and Muchos Mexican Bar & Restaurant.
Since its inception in 1994, Shanghai Tang has been the pioneering international luxury lifestyle brand from China. With its mission as the global ambassador of contemporary Chinese Chic, Shanghai Tang interprets Chinese culture and craftsmanship with a vibrant sophistication. Offering ready-to-wear for women, men and children, as well as accessories and homeware, Shanghai Tang supports an international network of 40 boutiques in the world’s most prestigious shopping districts.
Shanghai Tang has relocated its flagship store within Ngee Ann City and celebrated its opening with an exclusive affair for VIP guests. In addition to a fresh décor, the new store also boasts an Imperial Tailoring section; its made-to-measure clothing service where Shanghainese master tailors will fit you with a suit.
With its mission as the global ambassador of contemporary Chinese Chic, Shanghai Tang interprets Chinese culture and craftsmanship with vibrant sophistication.
Shanghai Tang is the first and leading luxury lifestyle brand emerging from China.
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Creative Eateries proudly presents Xiao La Jiao, the latest addition to its young stable of Chinese restaurants, and its first Sichuan restaurant concept that opened at 112 Katong on 8 December 2011. Xiao La Jiao presents a delightful array of renowned Sichuan delicacies from a cuisine so famous that it has its Sichuan capital, Chengdu, the first Asian city to win a UNESCO listing as a City of Gastronomy in 2011.
With Sichuan cuisine gaining significant momentum in large cities like Beijing, Shanghai and even London, Creative Eateries has endeavoured to make Xiao La Jiao an authentic showcase of this distinctive, yet versatile style of Chinese cooking. With its bright interior décor and floor to ceiling windows, the restaurant has the ambience of a humble teahouse restaurant which makes dining at Xiao La Jiao a comfortable and casual affair.
Xiao La Jiao lives up to its name and offers patrons a plethora of iconic hot favourites from China’s extra spicy province such as Mapo dofu or bean curd seasoned with minced pork and Sichuan spices, as well as Kung pao chicken with peanuts and soy-sesame sauce. Alongside these ambassadors of international Chinese Cuisine, many lesser-known authentic Sichuan delicacies like Sichuan Style Boiled Fish are specially crafted by our chefs from Chengdu and await to be savoured.
With its extensive menu, Xiao La Jiao dispels the notion that Sichuan cuisine is only about fiery spiciness. A wealth of produce, ranging from varieties of fish to vegetables and more eclectic offerings such as frog is cooked in different styles according to Sichuan culinary traditions at Xiao La Jiao. For example, cold side dishes like the Sliced Pork with Garlic Dressing, soups and noodle dishes are subtle complements to the spicier dishes and even out the palette when eaten together. Yet another highlight of Xiao La Jiao are its delicious steamed dumplings and pan-fried dumplings which are set to steal the limelight from the popular Shanghainese Xiao Long Bao as the Singaporean consumers’ top choice.
All in all, Xiao La Jiao offers a lively dining concept where exciting Sichuan cuisine is rendered fun, unpretentious and best enjoyed amongst friends and family. Go sample the charm of authentic Sichuan cooking from our team of chefs who hail from Chengdu at Xiao La Jiao - Singapore’s newest showcase of casual Sichuan dining.
Crystal Jade Culinary Concept Holdings is a restaurant-chain serving Chinese cuisine based in Singapore. The group has restaurants in Asian countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, People's Republic of China, Japan, Vietnam and South Korea. The group has restaurants and bakeries in the city, Singapore Changi Airport and the suburbs, including Jurong, Woodlands, Toa Payoh, Holland Village and Tampines.
The company was founded in 1991 at the now defunct Cairnhill Hotel. It opened its flagship restaurant known as Crystal Jade Palace at Ngee Ann City a year later, serving exquisite Cantonese cuisine. That same year, it opened Crystal Jade Kitchen at Shaw House serving affordable Cantonese cuisine, such as noodles, jook, cze char and roasted meat. It opened its first overseas outlet in Indonesia. The group expanded its group of restaurants during the late 1990s opening more outlets across the island.
This Hong Kong-style restaurant dishes out casual Cantonese favourites such as dim sum, congee, rice and noodles, including Singapore’s signature Wonton Mee (dumpling noodles).
Crystal Jade Kitchen also has an extensive dim sum menu, with items such as Chee Cheong Fun (rice rolls), Siew Mai (pork dumplings), braised chicken feet and carrot cake. Other favourite rice and noodle dishes include crispy noodles with beef and fried rice with salted fish. With its vibrant and convenient location in the heart of Orchard Road, this restaurant can get crowded during peak periods.
Crystal Jade Group, which used to operate the popular La Mian Xiao Long Bao at Scotts Square, will reopen as Crystal Jade Kitchen Restaurant, with an extensive menu of authentic Hong Kong-style Dim Sum, BBQ items, and Cantonese dishes.
Our world doesn’t need more test takers, memorizers or followers.
As the Education system revolves, we are emphasizing more on character development, Self help skills and problem solving through trial and error.
Now, more than ever, we need critical thinkers, entrepreneurs and do-ers.
Petite Papillon Playhouse prepares children to take on the future with confidence and zeal, propelled by the gift of self knowledge and a lifelong passion for learning.
This is not a school.
This is education for our rapidly changing world.
This is education for the future. This is education for life. This is where learning journey begins.
At Petite Papillon playhouse, they created a homely environment in the city where children can come and have fun. They provide an environment where parents feel safe leaving their child in; thus both child and adults get to enjoy activities and have the luxury of ‘own time’.
The environment created is suitable for children to learn and self discover; build child’s confidence and learning to share through activities provided.
– Stimu Play
– Phonics Monte Play
– Mus and Mov Play
– Speech and Drama Play
– Baby and Toddler Massage Workshop
– Korean Clay
– Belly Dance
– Hip Hop Dance
– Chinese Brush Painting
– Chinese Calligraphy
– Art and Craft
Learning @ Playschool
Children are born with 100 billion neurons, for stimulation, waiting for experiences and waiting to connect. Petite Papillon Playhouse provides these formative experiences for your child during this important stage of his life as early as for children from the ages of 0 – 17months.
They believe learning occurs anytime, anywhere.
Child leads us to what they want to learn; free choice learning, learning through experience, rather than teachers impose what knowledge to learn and when to learn.
Using integrated Montessori approach
Keeping environment child safe but not child proof
Prepared Environment and area
We are a drop off for 10 months - 4 yrs old 3.5 hrs program
We are a playschool
We have infant massage workshop
We are a birthday : 1 month celebration venue - 6 yrs
Back by popular demand, the former Long Jiang Restaurant (1986 to 2005) located in Crown Prince Hotel is back to offer modern Chinese fusion Seafood dishes.
Former Master Chef from Crown Prince Hotel – Chef Wong Heng Ah, together with his disciples introducing the unique recipes of seafood dishes in Long Jiang Seafood Restaurant by using the freshest live catch from the sea.
Master Chef Wong, with more than 40 years of culinary experience, continues his legacy of whipping up delicious dishes to satisfy loyal patrons. Over the years, he has won numerous awards from reputable culinary associations which affirm his talent and passion in the art of cooking.
His signature dishes include his popular inventions since 1988 – Crispy Yam Mooncake, and not forgetting other popular dishes like Crispy Chicken with Special Spicy Sauce, and Baked Cod Fish in Honey Mango Sauce.
Signature dishes like the Baked Cod Fish in Honey Mango Sauce, Soft Shell Crab with crispy bread crumbs, Local favorite Chilli crab.
There are also favorites like Crispy perfectly roasted Chicken with Special sesame and butter sauce. The unique and special dishes created by the chef team have tickled the taste buds of many patrons and keep them coming back for more.
“Huayu Cool” may just be another tagline from the annual Speak Mandarin Campaign for some but a few Chinese music buffs have heeded the Government’s call to actively make Mandarin cool. Shuffle, a new bistro and bar that has just opened its doors in bustling Clarke Quay is attempting to do just that!
Driven by a gap in the local scene for ‘Live’ acoustic Mandarin performances, Shuffle sets out to bridge the gap between quiet music cafes and loud cabaret clubs that we have in the market right now. Not to be confused with the popular dance movement, Shuffle offers a relaxing brand of entertainment with daily performances by talented local artistes showcasing the ‘cool’ side of Mandarin through their radio-friendly renditions of both popular Chinese and English songs from Jay Chou to Bruno Mars.
The name Shuffle is derived from the ‘shuffle’ function on most music players where users can jumble the songs on their playlist. This mixture of Chinese and English music is the bilingual performance that Shuffle brings, reflecting the multi-faceted interests of music listeners here as a result of Singapore’s successful bilingual education system. Consumers should not be pigeon-holed into choosing either only English or Chinese music for their entertainment which is what is offered in most entertainment outlets in the market currently - Shuffle changes this.
Even though the programming is mostly in Mandarin, there is little to suggest that this is your conventional Chinese establishment. Those expecting a place playing Mandopop to fit the stigma of being an ‘uncool’ Chinese establishment will be pleasantly surprised by what Shuffle has to offer. The place is decidedly western with a local touch – its modern décor and fusion menu reflecting the vibrancy and bilingualism of our local Chinese community today.
Shuffle is a fully licensed bistro and bar serving up ice-cold imported beers like the popular Taiwanese Lychee beer and other delectable concoctions that go perfectly well with the music and interesting food offerings like the Spam & Carrot Cake.
Shuffle Bistro Bar – Shuffling up the ‘Live’ entertainment scene!
Buckley Classique has been individually crafted to meet the most discerning of tastes. Spacious, generously proportioned interiors and ample windows create a light, airy and relaxing ambience. Private lift lobbies and expansive balconies and patios enhance this sense of timeless luxury and naturally only the finest and most luxurious designer brands have been selected to adorn each apartment, including Hansgrohe fittings, Kohler fixtures and Gaggenau appliances.
Come home to a contemporary facade and lavish amenities where you can experience a level of comfort that is second to none. Soak in the relaxing atmosphere and enjoy the breaktaking scenery of the Bukit Timah Greenery, City View, scenic views of blue sky, lush greenery and so much more.
Buckley Classique truly stands out in the neighbourhood, befitting the discerned owner. This is where your journey begins.
Items include Tibetan Furniture, Korean Furniture, Chinese Antique Country Furniture, Teakwood Furniture, Art Deco and more.
What began in the 1960s as two small, family-run shops, selling souvenirs and handicrafts to British army personnel stationed in Singapore, is now a household name to both expats and Singaporeans.
Back in the 1960s, C.P. Lim and his brother C.K. Lim opened two souvenir stores located near British army bases, one in Jalan Kayu and another in Changi Village.
They became very popular and they expanded the business to include Lim’s Arts & Crafts in Holland Village. With the expansion of their product range into home furnishings and fashion, they eventually changed the name to what is now Lim’s Arts & Living. And they still sell souvenirs!
Savour a superb selection of authentic, innovative Cantonese cuisine, delicate handcrafted dim sum and tea-infused specialities in a new contemporary and elegant interior. Every morsel is a hand crafted delight of Chinese tradition, enhanced through unique tea-pairing services using Man Fu Yuan’s customised blends of premium tea.
Winner of several accolades, Man Fu Yuan is the perfect venue for a joyous family get-together, a business luncheon or an intimate dinner.
Chef's Specialties: Baked foie gras & scallop roll, stewed fine egg noodles with lobster, ginger & spring onion, steamed crab claw with egg white, pumpkin and Dragonball jasmine tea leaf in superior stock and chilled osmanthus tea leaf pudding.
Popular dim sum items: Rice roll with scallops & garlic, chili crabmeat, deep-fried duck and mango roll with sweet sauce and deep-fried glutinous rice dumpling ‘traditional style’.
Nestled within the hip enclave of Club Street, HQ Karaoke & Bar has become the new headquarters for yuppies, creative types and celebrities to hang out at, within the walls of its quaint refurbished shophouse, distinctly black-and-white with a touch of pink.
The open concept Karaoke and Bar encourages social Karaoke, where strangers and friends at different tables take turns to play each other’s audience and supporters. Sing your hearts out to a gamut of songs – from popular English, Chinese and Korean choices, to the more exotic Thai or Vietnamese ones.
The cosy melodic environment also calls for some soulful sipping, with signature drinks such as Soju Oolong Tea, Mojitos and Apple Shooters, along with an eclectic list of cocktails, wine choices and housepours. “Surprise Me” has also become a popular request, a personalised concoction by the friendly HQ bartenders, who will customise each drink based on each customer’s personality.
So head on down to experience for yourself a whole new level of karaoke fun!
A throwback to mainland Singapore in the 60s, Pulau Ubin (Granite Island) is home to the last remaining kampongs (villages) of today. Redevelopment plans are already in place to modernise the island. Sad to say, memories of the idyllic utopia are slowly fading away. But not in the mind of Chef Kuang who has an unfaltering devotion to preserve the Ubin heritage. Laboriously honing his culinary skills to perfection since the tender age of 13, Chef Kuang whips up traditional dishes with freshness and taste unique to Ubin.
Nestled within the quiet neighbourhood of Greenwood Avenue, the rustic charm of Ubin Seafood is undeniable. Going against the prevalent trend of upmarket seafood restaurants, Chef Kuang aims to provide a holistic Ubin experience second to none. Ubin exudes a welcoming vibe that’s like home to anyone seeking solace away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
30 years ago, in the sleepy hollow that is Pulau Ubin (Granite Island), a young boy grew up in compelling circumstances which required that he helped out at home whilst his parents earned a living outside. At a tender age of 13, when most teenagers thrive on mindless misadventures and frivolous indulgences, Chef Chua, being a filial son spent most of his "play time" hovering over the kitchen stove preparing daily meals for the family.
Instead of falling through the cracks of society, the young Chef Chua paid it forward and honed his culinary skills to perfection. As time unfolded and he entered adulthood, he started his very own Ubin Seafood. Today, paying homage to the place he grew up and loved, Ubin Seafood has surfaced in the salubrious enclave of Bukit Timah. Indeed, Ubin Seafood has come a long way.
Katong Mall is receiving a modern makeover and history will be a key theme in the $60 million facelift. The new look for the 20 year old landmark mall - to be called 112 Katong - will draw heavily on the neighbourhood's rich Peranakan heritage.
The Peranakans, also known as the Straits Chinese, have lived in this part of the world since the 15th and 16th centuries after migrating from China. They maintain a distinctive culture.
The interior of Golden Village's Multiplex will combine traditional Peranakan motifs with modern interpretations. The lobby of its Gold Class halls will be decorated like a shophouse.
Every residence in Cyan has been crafted with a total focus on luxury, to meet the discerning requirements of the investor or homeowner. Every home is designed to take in the glorious views that surround Cyan - the unblocked views of the Botanic Gardens and MacRitchie Reservoir or the bright night lights of Orchard Road.
This FREEHOLD condominium sits on a vast 162,000 sq.ft. of greenery and sprawling grounds featuring a generous array of spa pools, 50-metre lap pool, gourmet dining facilities, private lounging spaces, tennis court and lawn that are perfect for outdoor dining parties. In this prestigious neighbourhood, Cyan's spacious compound with a site coverage of only 17.7% is as rare as a precious gem.
Luxurious 4-bedroom penthouses with sizes ranging from 2,977 sq ft to 4,075 sq ft are now available. The penthouses at Cyan are ideal for families and investors alike as every home will enjoy unblocked views of the surrounding greenery and the city. The functional, squarish layout of the penthouses offers efficient utilization of space. Each exclusive penthouse comes with a spacious roof garden, a private lift, and the finest finishes and fittings.
A sense of renewal marks every dining experience at Paradise Pavilion. Taking a daring departure from its contemporaries, its French-inspired neo-classical ambience is refreshingly untypical of the traditional Chinese fine-dining restaurant - a hint of what's to follow in its menu.
Guided by the culinary geniuses of Chef Fung and Chef Chan, the traditional Chinese menu is richly concocted, borrowing gourmet inspirations from French and Japanese gourmet cooking and more. With a line-up of delicacies as tantalising as French foie gras , Hokkaido sea cucumber, H. K. scallion, bird's nest and abalone creations, only Paradise Pavilion can up its own ante by exclusively offering the wholly authentic apple wood-roasted Peking Duck in Singapore.
Be it decor or menu, the cosmopolitan backdrop of this restaurant is specially created for the international guests it expects to host at the Marina Bay Financial Centre where it's located. Overlooking the Marina Bay Sands, Paradise Pavilion offers what pavilions are traditionally built for – delighting all who come here with superb views that are a slice of paradise.
Helmed by Executive Chef Fung Chi Keung, Paradise Pavilion’s elaborate menu features a wide selection of classic Chinese dishes and the restaurant’s own concocted signature dishes.
Assembled by Executive Peking Duck Chef Zheng Jing Chun, the fire brick oven is built using the traditional method of construction and imported materials. Apple tree wood is used for roasting to further accentuate the flavour and fragrance of the duck. Carved deftly before diners, the duck’s breast skin (also the fattiest and crispiest part) is first served as thin slices and best enjoyed with a dab of sugar. The rest of the duck is meticulously sliced and served with rice flour crepes, condiments and a homemade sweet sauce that will leave you asking for more.
Paradise Pavilion also carries various signature dishes that showcase a variety of exquisite delicacies such as the Combination of Pan-Seared Foie Gras and Crisp-Fried Lobster Meat with Truffle-infused Mustard Dressing, Poached Chicken in New Szechuan Style, Nourishing Double-boiled Sea Whelk Soup, the decadent Wok-fried Ramen with 6-Head Abalone in Abalone Sauce and molten-centred Crispy Custard Man Tou with Vanilla Ice Cream. Elevate your dining experience as our dedicated certified wine specialist recommend choices from the 100 wine labels in the wine cellar, including First Growth wines and a premium Penfolds Collection.
Trained in Western and Asian cooking, Consultant Chef Eddy Yap is the creative force behind the restaurant’s inventive Degustation Menus that star some of the finest dishes in Paradise Pavilion. During lunchtime, diners can also indulge in their fine dim sum selection that includes Steamed Seafood Roll in Silken Egg White, Black Truffle Chicken Pie and Baked Sesame Oat Bun. Last but not least, there are individual set menus priced from $35 to $168 per person.
Now you can enjoy the best Char Siew and Crispy Pork Belly from Kuala Lumpur. Oversea Restaurant, Malaysia's most famous Chinese Restaurant, has opened its first Singapore branch. Diners from Malaysia and Singapore have been raving about its caramelised and succulent char siew which has some fat to keep it moist and juicy.
The restaurant group, which was listed on Malaysia's Stock Exchange last year, hopes to open more outlets in Singapore. Located at Shaw Leisure Gallery at Beach Road, it will offer signature dishes that have been popular at its Jalan Imbi outlet for three decades. The Singapore outlet will have 25 tables and a seating capacity for about 200 diners. Prices will range from mid-range to high-end at this 6,000 sq ft outlet.
Apart from the Char Siew and Crispy Pork Belly (Siew Yoke), its regulars also love the pork with salted fish cooked in a claypot, crab fried rice also served in a claypot, deep-fried home-made egg tofu with luffa, fried king prawns and deep-fried grouper with Thai sauce. Their newest dish is fried cod fish with bean paste and Japanese sake which has debuted at this new outlet.
This natural hue and sepia tone-donning den wins over its diners with more than Chinese noodles, Chinese-style tapas, Chinese gourmet teas or cocktails; it charms with classical ballads along with spatial expressions highlighted by banners, flags and video projections depicting splashes of traditional Chinese operatic colours of seasonal topics.Casual dining restaurant, Ai Mien Bar, offers 16 types of noodle dishes and an assortment of "Chinese tapas" to tease the tastebuds.
Decked up to channel creative vibes, the neutral beige and brown walls are eye candy for artistic types who like to indulge in that occasional bit of Chinese calligraphy and modern Chinese art. It's also an oasis for working crowds to drop in for a spot of their favourite noodle dishes before heading back to the office.
The dishes are created by master chef Cheung Wing Keung, a Hong Kong native who spent 10 years working in Japan. He injects interest into his signature dishes with ingredients that are of Japanese origins to recreate Chinese noodle dishes with a twist.
But if you're not looking to just chill out, indulge in a sip of their designer drinks that marry Western liquors like Cognac and gin to Chinese ingredients like wolfberries, chrysanthemum and ginseng, accompanied with 18 kinds of Chinese-style tapas such as the Deep-Fried Toast with Prawn Paste and Fish Roe.
Yummy Claypot serves a wide variety of popular Chinese and Claypot dishes, with a chef that has more than 10 years of experience in his field of expertise. Originating from Nanshan, China, our popular dishes are a mixture of fusion (combining local and Nanshan flavours) to suit Singaporeans tastebuds. Customers will feel at home at its Joo Chiat Rd outlet, set in a traditional and cosy ambience.
Yummy's claypot rice is cooked freshly on the spot based on orders. Their Specialties include pig stomach soup, which serves abt 4-6 pax. Painstakingly boiled for 6 hours, the soup exudes superb flavour and is one of the most popular dishes there. Another unique dish would be Penang Laksa "Fish Head". A spinoff of the popular Laksa enjoyed by Singaporeans, Yummy’s version features fish head in its gravy. The crab and prawn congee is another crowd pleaser, and its delightful flavour is enhanced with every spoonful. Yummy’s soups and congee are all charcoal broiled with hot coals, which gives off a distinct taste and aroma.
Mouth Restaurant opened its third and largest outlet recently, in remembrance of early Chinese immigrants to Singapore. The newly-opened Mouth Restaurant is located in the Chinatown area, where most of the early immigrants lived and eked out a living as coolies. It occupies five and a half shophouse space bordering China Square Central - an especially significant and meaningful location as these shophouses used to be very living quarters of Chinese immigrants.
Mouth Restaurant was first established in the 1980s in Chinatown Point to serve the increasing number of Hong Kong immigrants leaving the territory for Singapore as a result of the impending 1997 handover from Britain to China. The Chinese name of Mouth Restaurant, Di Mao Guan, was derived from the Cantonese phrase Tae Mow Tong - a reference to the street food stalls in early Hong Kong popular with labourers who were used to squatting while having their meals. In Cantonese, Tae means "ground", Mow means "squat" and Tong refers to "stall". Mow also sounds like the English word "mouth" and hence, Mouth Restaurant was born.
The minds behind the Mouth Restaurant Chain are brothers Daniel and Stevie Wu, whose father is a Hong Kong immigrant. The chain is helmed by Hong Kong-born Chef Benny Ip, who whips up traditional Hong Kong delights, such as mui choy (preserved vegetables) with pork belly, beef brisket and handmade dim sum selections. The Wu's latest venture in China Square Central serves authentic Cantonese cuisines and one corner of the restaurant will showcase the cultural heritage of the roadside stalls of old Hong Kong. The Singapore Tourism Board has also put up tableaus in the vicinity of the restaurant documenting the lives of early Singapore immigrants such as the coolies and the iconic samsui women.
For a taste of nostalgia, embark on a gastronomic journey and cultural discovery at Mouth Restaurant.
22 Cross Street, #01-61 China Square Central, South Bridge Court Shop House
Marina Wellness has opened its doors at Marina Bay Golf Course. Marina Wellness provides a full range of clinical and sports therapy services catered to your every need. From a sprain after that 200-yard drive, to a cold you have been nursing for the past two days, their team of experienced physicians and therapists will put you back on your feet in no time.
This sports therapy outlet at Marina Bay Golf Course offering sports and aromatherapy massages, and customized treatment programmes for golfers plus Chinese medicine. Located on the 2nd level, golfers can expect to enjoy high quality massage and treatments at affordable prices.
Focusing on traditional treatments and remedies like Chinese herbal medicine, Acupuncture and Tui-na, Marina Wellness is a one-stop wellness pad for you, your family, and your golfing buddies.
The newly revamped Teochew City Seafood Restaurant is famous for its fine selection of Teochew & Cantonese cuisine. One of the pioneers in Teochew fine dining in Singapore, Teochew City Seafood Restaurant offers all the traditional goodness of a Teochew kitchen in a quiet elegant setting with its tastefully decorated interior, combining contemporary feel with traditional Chinese art.
Besides the main dining area, the restaurant now offers a total of five beautifully decorated rooms for privacy, which are ideal for corporate functions. Each room also comes equipped with karaoke facilities for the enjoyment of their valued guests.
Here, the menu features classic favourites like Cold Crabs, where the crustaceans are steamed and then chilled. Eaten with sweet lemon sauce, it complements the natural sweetness of fresh crabs. What is Teochew food without the beloved Braised Goose, where the meat is stewed over a slow heat in a concoction of soy sauce and spices to allow the goose to soak up all the flavours. To end off, try the Yam with Gingko Nuts, where the hearty flavour of taro is transformed into a smooth sweet paste that melts in the mouth. This is surely a traditional Teochew dessert not to be missed.
Not only touted as one of the top Teochew dining places, the restaurant is also famous for its fine selection of Cantonese cuisine. Try the restaurant's special dish - Spare Ribs with Barbecue Sauce. Served with Deep-Fried Mantou, or Chinese buns, the pork is fried to the right degree of tenderness and succulence, and braised in a piquant plum-based sauce. So delicious, it is not uncommon to see diners mopping it up with the bun. For the health conscious, there is always the Pan-fried Beancurd with Conpoy that is just as tasty.
The restaurant offers set menus and dim sum, which is widely popular with shoppers, families as well as working executives during lunch hours.
Restaurant Ten is born from a desire to serve every diner with fine Chinese cuisine, specially put together to nourish and revitalise one's well-being. As a one-of-a-kind restaurant in Singapore, each menu item in Restaurant Ten offers a nourishing experience for the body, from the delicate high mountain tea to the herbs-infused chicken.
At the helm of Restaurant Ten's exquisite dishes is the Head Chef of the former Metropole Herbal Restaurant in Clarke Quay.
Several of Restaurant Ten's menu items are original creations, not found in any other dining restaurant. Every dish at Restaurant Ten is meticulously prepared with reduced oil, reduced salt and uses the freshest ingredients, ensuring that diners still experience robust flavours and satisfaction at every meal.
Teas With A Difference
Exclusively sourced from high altitude mountains in Taiwan, Restaurant Ten's top grade teas promise an unwavering balance to every meal. Capitalizing on the natural purification properties of imported Japanese bamboo charcoal, its teas are brewed with charcoal-filtrated water boiled at 100'C. Savour the highland teas in delicate crystal glassware, as tea appreciation takes on a different level. Restaurant Ten's highland tea leaves are separated and placed into individual hand-woven gossamer tea bags. Made using delicate anti-bacterial material that filters out the tiniest particles, these brilliantly clear highland teas offer refreshing flavours and aromas that aim to enhance body wellness.
The Regent Singapore's Summer Palace has recently been renovated and showcases a brand new look as well as a host of mouth-watering new additions to the menu. The new executive chef from Hong Kong, Chef Liu Ching Hai with over 20 years of experience in Chinese cuisine and has cooked for many international celebrities, discussed menus with them and understands their favourite dishes.
A recipient of numerous awards and accolades, Summer Palace is a Cantonese restaurant accentuated by a collection of fine Chinese arts and antiques. Two private dining rooms are available for business and private functions.
FIL Skin, Body & Spa Intelligence seeks to provide a holistic approach towards beauty and health so as to enable individuals to enjoy a fuller and more rewarding life. It is their vision to enable and empower individuals to pursue wellness. Their offerings exemplify five core values - service, quality, professionalism, technology and results, built on a foundation of a combined experience of more than 40 years in skin refining and physique contouring.
FIL helps you achieve the results you desire. Check out their new outlet at the Chinese Swimming Club today and FIL THE DIFFERENCE with their comprehensive range of skin, body and spa services.
Their Five Philosophies: Every customer will be assured of FIL's Exclusive Hallmark of Acclaimed Service, Optimum Quality, Astute Professionalism, Advanced Technology & Effective Results. FIL Skin, Body & Spa Intelligence has a range of specially developed products to suit the various skin and body types. Their Innovative skin care and body care products allow you to achieve the complexion and figure of your dreams with regular use.
Chinese Swimming Club (New Wing), 4th Storet, Arrival Pavilion
The Holland Collection is a luxury condominium development in a prime residential area, situated along 53 Holland Road in Singapore. The Holland Collection is scheduled for completion in 2011. The development has 26 unique units with 19 variations in terms of size, space configuration and outdoor living areas. Choose from garden, poolside and penthouse units with multiple dimensions of flexible living space span two, three and four bedrooms. Some with lower ground level or attic, some with private jacuzzi and terrace.
A home shaped for every unique lifestyle and personalities.
The Holland Collection is developed by Lippo Group and in partnership with CLSA. It has 26 unique units with 19 variations. The Holland Collection is close to Gleneagles Hospital and The Singapore Botanic Gardens. It is within the stretch of entertainment and food and beverage outlets, shopping centre and a 9-hole golf course. Located along Bukit Timah Road, Holland Road, Orchard Road and Dempsey Road are facilities such as supermarkets, boutique shops and banks.
Driving from The Holland Collection to the city and the central business hub takes about 10 - 15 minutes.