Fans of interior design, style, home decor and gourmet cuisine will be pleased with the launch of the TOTO Kitchen Showroom.
They believe everyone needs to enjoy the simpler things in life, like eating, cooking and sharing time with family and friends. Let them help assist you in designing the kitchen of your dreams that will last a lifetime.
At TOTO Kitchen, a Space is defined by the relationships between the objects within and a good design is achieved by creating a balance between the space, objects, functions and the user. They redefine the contemporary kitchen by collaborating with renowned designers such as Yuni Jie and Leonard Theosabrata.
The Divine kitchen collection is a heavenly luxury. With its clean and modern approach, this design creates a contemporary statement that is built around the urban lifestyle. The Shadow kitchen collection is a vision of refined elegance. A subtle combination of exotic materials and good design meld together to establish a timeless harmony. The Individual kitchen collection is specially designed to suit one’s unique character. The design captures a perfect blend of personal taste and functionality.
Sushi Tei will be opening a new outlet at Jem in June 2013. This will bring the total number of Sushi Tei outlets islandwide to 15.
Modest and unassuming, Sushi Tei has been serving up authentic Japanese cuisine in Singapore since 1994. Their blend of fresh and original dishes combines the best of Japanese creativity and authenticity and as such has become a popular taste across the region serving up quality Japanese cuisine daily.
Their menu features Japanese offerings and innovative dishes illustrating the emerging influence of Asia on modern Japanese cuisine.
A revolving selection of appetizers, dinner menus and sushi specials guarantee a new experience with each visit to their restaurant outlets.
More often than not, seasonal themes spring up to unleash your inquisitive mind with the likes of Hokkaido's promotion and more. Certain special offers will arrive according to the changes in Japan’s seasons, for example: Salmon harvesting season, Autumn's special in line with their coldest season, Aburi Spring season special etc.
Ichiban Boshi will be introducing Japanese dining with a dash of modern simplicity at Jem.
Each Ichiban Boshi restaurant is unique in design and ambience, for example the Ichiban Boshi at Great World City breathes the hustle and bustle of the lively Kuriya Fresh Fish Market besides it. The various Ichiban Boshi restaurants are also distinguished from one another by specialty menus.
The Japanese restaurant offers a wide selection of sushi, fresh sashimi and variety set meals. With an emphasis on quality, Ichiban Boshi presents premium Japanese cuisine at reasonable prices throughout the year.
Enjoy a new dining experience at each Ichiban Boshi restaurant.
Saveur has opened a second outlet located at Far Eat Plaza.
Saveur is the brainchild of two young and enterprising friends who decided to pursue their dreams. After stints at various fine diners like Guy Savoy, Fifty Three and Tetsuya’s in Sydney, they discovered that there was a need to provide quality French fare at affordable prices. Armed with an entrepreneur rigor and wit, Saveur was set up.
They pride themselves as a restaurant that offers you quality yet affordable French cuisine. Their aim is to serve their own interpretation of French food and open up French cuisine to everyone using local products at down-to-earth prices, bringing a whole new gastronomic experience to all.
The casual chic restaurant with its minimalist, monochromatic design and mood lightings has a warm and cosy ambiance, making it an ideal venue for friends or couples to meet up for a hearty meal.
The hotel's flagship restaurant exudes a contemporary, yet relaxed vibe so you can appreciate its premium Euro-Asian fusion cuisine in style and comfort.
This all-day dining restaurant makes sure you start the day right, with a full International Buffet that includes an egg station, freshly brewed specialty tea and coffee and a wide selection of pastries. In keeping with the hotel's promise to deliver you the best of Swiss hospitality, you can also select from the Chef's a la minute menu options.
For lunch and dinner, Tablescape offers a selection of heritage menus featuring both western and local cuisines, with a soup and salad bar with "live" cold station, or more casual items like premium pastas, pizzas and sandwiches for those looking for a quick bite to eat.
The restaurant's wine cellar offers a premium selection of fine wines and champagne to accompany your meals. There are also themed set and buffet options available during the festive periods.
For those looking for some privacy, The Cellar, their private dining room in the restaurant is also available.
J's restaurant represents a celebration of the joy of life spent amongst beloved friends and family dining in great ambience, sharing delicious food at value-for-money prices, where great food is served with Joy.
Both a visual feast for the eyes and an experience for the taste buds, the food of J's is sure not to disappoint. Whilst still retaining the Latin-American influence of the food, evidenced with the staple favourites from days past of Paella, Quesadillas and Fajitas, J's new signature dishes bring out the complex identity of a more modern European cuisine.
The signature dishes of Chicken "Adobo" and the 120-day grain-fed sirloin of beef allow you to partake of your favourite meats delicately prepared to tease and please your palate.
The dining pleasure is completed by a mouth-watering dessert menu with the ever-popular "Bocas Negras" flourless chocolate cake and the "Peppered Pineapple" which elicits a spiciness to complement the sweet.
The menu caters for Vegetarians and eliminating all pork and alcohol from the restaurant allows Muslims to enjoy a range of food not readily found in Singapore.
The friendly, informal, eclectic atmosphere at J's belies the quality of the food allowing you to indulge in a semi-fine dining experience at prices more friendly on the pocket.
Sushi and sashimi will be delivered straight from the sushi counter to your table. Maintaining its high quality of food, Tampopo focuses on seasonal fresh ingredients prepared in authentic Kaiseki and shabu shabu style.
With a wide-ranging menu of outstading quality food, you will be spoilt for choice. Being the pioneer for introducing Kurobuta black pig, one of the items you should really look out for is their signature dish: the Black Pig top grade Tonkatsu. Due to the fact that even the bread crumbs are imported from Hokkaido, along with the tender and thick meat, their pork cutlet has an added crunch to its taste.
Fans of Tampopo will not want to forget their famous Black Pig Shabu Ramen,served in pure pork bone soup, enhancing the overall taste of the combination of thin Kyushu noodles and meat.
An alternative choice of Hokkaido Kani Ramen is also available.The Etanbestsu soba is freshly made from 100% buckwheat in Hokkaido thus you can expect a natural fragrance and an excellent chewy texture of Tampopo’s soba.
Even truffle lovers have something to look forward to. The Black Pig Truffle Fried Rice is a new dish which will not disappoint.
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.
A Vogue Club, named after the influential fashion magazine, will open in Singapore in early June.
Located on the 45th and 46th floors of the Singapore Land Tower in Raffles Place, the 18,000-sq ft club comprises a restaurant, which is open for lunch and dinner serving modern light European cuisine and a lounge with live music.
With it's 7,000-sq ft outdoor terrace, you will get to enjoy an al-fresco dining with a panoramic view of the city. The kitchen will be helmed by ChamN.C. Leong, who is currently chef at the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
Local design firmFalkcon will be handling the interior design; "contemporary classic, with a hint of France".
Vogue Club is the first of three F&B outlets planned in Singapore by Condé Nast Restaurants. The concept for Condé Nast International Restaurants began several years ago in Russia, where Condé Nast licenses Vogue Café and GQ Bar to an independent operator, Arkady Novikov and recently opened the Tatler Club. The programme is not limited to the countries where Condé Nast publishes, but will also encompass new and emerging markets where the brands do not have a local presence.
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Restaurant "Ezoca" epitomizes the theme of "Japanese Modern Hospitality", featuring Japanese cuisine including wagyu-steak, sushi and the fine art of Kaiseki with a variety of sake, wines and champagne.
They will bring you the very finest authentic Japanese dining experience. Conceptualised with Omotenashi in mind, the seating capacity of up to forty customers will allow for intimate interactions between the chef and you. The word 'Omotenashi' in Japanese comes from omote (surface) and nashi (less), which means "single-hearted" and also mote (carry) and nashi (accomplish), which means "to achieve". Therefore, Omotenashi has two meanings, which include offering a service without expectation of any returned favour and the ability to actualise that idea into an action.
Not only will the restaurant please food aficionados with their dedication to using only the freshest ingredients from Japan; their collection of rare sakes, hard to come by even in Japan and their tableware, specially flown in from Japan, will impress even the most discerning connoisseur.
The restaurant has elbowed its way in to that sweet spot between traditional fast food and waiter service, bringing quality, tasty and affordable FreshâMex cuisine to Singapore.
For those who’ve long awaited the arrival of a Chipotleâstyle outfit to satiate your Mexican cravings, the wait is over. Choose a burrito, taco, rice or salad bowl meal, load it with your choice of fillings, sides and a selection of home made salsas to enjoy an explosion of authentic flavours. Try the robust flame; grilled Carne Asada, tender marinated NZ Flank steak in cilantro, onions and paprika, or opt for the more delicate Cochinta Pibil; Pork shoulder braised in Orange juice, spices and banana leaf.
For herbivores Mexâlovers, go for Vegetables De La Cruz: capsicum, onions and garlic stewed in a spicy tomato sauce. Don’t forget to grab a side order of tortilla chips & salsa or fresh guacamole. Top it off with an order of Churros and Chocolate Sauce and call it a day.
Designed with an urbanâcontemporary feel, the fastâcasual establishment evokes both mad genius and food lover. Step into the cosy, quirky space and head to the back bar stacked full of fresh ingredients to choose from as you move along the counter display. Kick back and enjoy a couple Coronas or margaritas at this wonderful brand new alâfresco setup.
Wine importer Estima Consulting has teamed up with chef Reine Sammut to share their passion for Mediterranean cuisine and wines of character.
Set in the heritage quarter of Chinatown, Provence offers a friendly and intimate journey through authentic Mediterranean cuisine. A former protégée of Reine Sammut at La Feniere restaurant in Southern France, Chef Julienne Rocca personally looks after each dish being prepared, using the finest ingredients to deliver plates full of intensity and disarming simplicity.
The wine selection at Provence is a tribute to France diversity in wine making with bottles from Burgundy, Champagne, Rhone and Bordeaux but also from the rising regions of Loire, Roussillon, Jura and Alsace. Some gems from Italy, Spain and New Zealand are also awaiting to be discovered.
With an open kitchen and a total seating capacity of 30 guests, including a private dining room for 12, the restaurant's experience is about conviviality.
Café by day, restaurant & bar by night, Symmetry is nestled along Jalan Kubor.
Taking inspiration from both the Australian casual dining culture and French cuisine, Symmetry presents a unique dining experience with an emphasis on sharing.
At Symmetry, they want you to be able to eat, drink, and be merry in great company. That’s why their menu offerings can all be shared amongst friends, families and loved ones. With the use of modern food preparation techniques as well as the freshest produce, the thisness and whatness of Symmetry is to provide food that is made with love as well as quality service for you.
As a third-wave café which pays homage to classical French food in a contemporary context, they want to create a wondrous, unforgettable experience for you.
Pastavista is a new contemporary Italian-Western café.
They provide a cosy and relaxing atmosphere so that you are able to take a break from your daily stressful work and enjoy a meal. They also aim to provide quality and friendly services as well as delicious food.
Get tempted by their selection of pastas and unique sauces which are prepared in-house daily. Also well worth trying their melting house chocolate cake - it is to die for!
The restaurant's interior design is going for a simple and modern look, aligned with their fusion modern Italian cuisine style.
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.
Great food and drinks, Paradiso is the perfect place for chill-out and events.
Think “Paradiso” and you will think paradise. Meaning “Heaven” in latin tongue, Paradiso Restaurant & Bar, the sister outlet of Cuba Libre and Nueva Cuba, has a cosy ambience untouched by the stress of city life.
Blending the various paradisal cultures of the nations with coastline along the Mediterranean Sea, Paradiso is conceptualised to romance you with the intense flavours, heavily influenced by the cuisine’s freshness that has an abundance of seafood, grains, beans, herbs and fresh fruits.
The beautiful coastline shared by these 21 countries on the Meditarranean Coast still have still have a lot of wonders to be explored and to indulge in. Enjoy the mouthwatering aromas of Paradiso’s “culinary salsa” as the open kitchen dishes out the best of Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine.
With its charming rustic-chic furnishings and elegant iron-wrought décor, you will fall in love with the reverie of intimacy and relaxation.
The new two-storey Ki-sho, brings you a fabulous fine-dining experience, showcasing a selection of the best Kyoto cuisine.
You can either be in the action at their counter bar, or enjoy privacy with their top floor private rooms. The perfect setting for hosting business meetings or private functions.
Their signature dishes use Japanese ingredients such as Aori Ika and Hida Wagyu. All ingredients are specially handpicked in order to respect Ki-sho's commitment to freshness. Compliment your meal with their selection of over 50 labels of traditional Japanese Sake.
Chef Hamamoto, previously from Kyoto's top culinary restaurants, has a unique interpretation of Japanese cuisine while staying true to the origins of Kyoto cuisine.
Buona Terra, a new modern Italian cuisine restaurant has opened on Scotts Road.
The restaurant is a stylish promise of intimate dining featuring the Italian chef Denis Lucchi and supported by an outstanding wine sommelier.
Complimenting the a la carte menu, you get to choose between a seasonal set or a degustation set menu, both featuring an array of premium wines.
Menu highlights include Fagottino di Asparagi e Robiola 3 Latti, handmade Tagliolini al Granchio e Caviale (Tagliolini Pasta with Crab Meat, Lemon and Italian Oscietra Caviar), as well as Agnello e Carciofi (Lamb Loin draped in Pistachio Crust with Artichoke and Potato Pave).
SolePomodoro, a cheerful Italian expression meaning “sun & tomato”, is the brainchild of Mangiatutto Group of Restaurants. Their second restaurant in Sentosa Cove is now open.
They base their approach to food on simplicity and respect for the original flavors of traditional recipes of the classic Italian cuisine.
For either lunch, afternoon snacks, or dinner, their menu consists of a good array of the simplest, yet most genuine Italian classics; including Antipasto, Fritto Misto, Mozzarella di Bufala and Spaghetti all a Carbonara. Most of the pasta dishes you will be used to seeing from those old-fashion movies.
They have especially crafted and imported a wood-fired oven for the perfect crunchy crust pizza. You will surely find the one to suit your palate among their twenty five different kinds of pizza available.
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.
Vivavox Café is dedicated to providing premium quality fusion/western cuisine at mainstream prices in a contemporary and relaxing ambience.
They create a cosy environment that caters to the busy lifestyle of urbanites, where you can relax, connect and rejuvenate with friends and colleagues. With a delectable range of culinary delights Vivavox aims to bring good food and great people together.
Muchos offers you a taste of Mexican exotic flavours with over 40 mouth-watering selections of snacks, starters, soups, salads and main courses. Be prepared to savour the distinctive flavours of Chilli Con Carne, Fish Vera Cruz and crunchy Nachos (beef or vegetarian).
Tuck into their authentic and scrumptious Quesadillas and Enchiladas which are Mexican’s typical savoury starters and snacks before the main meal. Or better still, tickle your taste buds with their fresh Burritos and Fajitas in your preferred choices of beef, chicken, crab meat or vegetarian.
Enjoy the truly Mexican way accompanied by guacamole, cheese sauce, salsa or sour cream. The restaurant also serves popular Western favourites such as slow braised pork ribs, grilled salmon, braised lamb shanks, orange glazed chicken and grilled jumbo spicy prawns.
Masons is fully owned by Verve Holdings, who also own the brands Wings Bar, Verve Pizzeria, Verve Pizza Bar and Verve Gelato and is jointly owned by Brit Rob Coldman and Singaporean Karen Yeo.
Masons offers high quality, affordable European cuisine with a strong French influence.
It pays tribute to the rich history and heritage of Gillman Barracks. Taking styling cues from the grand colonial past, the building built in 1935, has also been restored to re-capture the essence of colonial luxury, offering a stylish yet relaxed dining experience. The restaurant has four sections - the main restaurant, the verandah, the bar and the outdoor alfresco area.
Masons aims to be the preferred dining choice for visitors to the art galleries in Gillman Barracks, as well as local people who are looking for a combination of great food and a unique ambience, at an affordable price. It boasts an extensive food & beverage menu. The feature bar serves over 45 classic cocktails including some of the very best Martinis in town and has temperature controlled storage for an impressive range of well known and boutique wines from around the world.
The menu has been designed to appeal to all tastes and all budgets - from their Executive set lunches and a casual all day dining selection, to more stylish and elegant European cuisine from their main dining room menu - Masons has something for everyone.
Afternoon Tea at Masons is a prestigious event and an opportunity to celebrate the elegance of the building's colonial past. Available from 3pm - 6pm, it is the perfect way to rest tired feet, discuss art and fully soak in the greenery and serenity of Gillman Barracks.
Masons unique tranquil and elegant setting, makes a stunning wedding venue and is available for private event that hire with catering for up to 150 guests.
Ikyu, the new Japanese restaurant on Yong Siak Street is daringly different. Serving authentic Japanese cuisine in an ambiance that looks like a factory.
Location, Décor, People, Chef: everything is different at IKYU . Get ready for a whole new experience that will spur your imagination.
They have created one of the most unique dining experiences in Singapore. To them, The Japanese cuisine is an art developed over centuries. The food is deeply associated with the cultural evolution of Japan. The Japanese pay great attention to the ingredients such as the rice, noodles, seafood, meat and non-meat ingredients. Use of oils is delicately balanced. Also the way Japanese food is served is a work of art. They treat the white food plate like their canvas making a painting with colourful sushis.
Their menu is inspired by the deep impressions and experience acquired by their Master Chef Seki in Japanese cooking during his long stay and work in Japan. They take pride in paying attention to detailed food preparation in the strictest Japanese tradition and eating protocols.
Owner Chef and Director Nam Quoc Nguyen designed NamNam Noodle Bar’s menu to be one that is simple, healthy and affordable.
The causal Vietnamese noodle bar features 11 bowls of Vietnamese noodles lifted from the streets of northern, central and southern Vietnam. NamNam Noodle Bar’s menu cannot be without the famous bowls of pho from Hanoi, the birth place of pho recipes. With chicken or the variety of beef options, each bowl of rice flour noodles be it the regular Pho Beef Steak Slices or Pho Wagyu Beef Slices are packed with an intense broth boiled for at least 24 hours.
The Vietnamese noodle journey continues with other street noodle recipes from southern and central Vietnam. The elaborate Flower Crab Noodle Soup is dexterously prepared with superior flower crab stock and served with minced pork, crab meat and a deep fried soft shell crab. The Mouse Tail Noodle Soup is a Vietnamese breakfast or supper staple and is a best seller at sister restaurant Annam Vietnamese Cuisine.
They also serve the French inspired savoury baguettes, known as banh mi. The Fish Cake & Tofu banh mi, commonly found only in the north of Vietnam, is made with panâfried tofu marinated with lemongrass and chilli that will leave you light and refreshed.
The restaurant features a collage of old Vietnamese newspaper cutting wallpaper and enamel cups will add to the vintage atmosphere and touch of the whole concept. The warm yet chic interior furnishing brings out the flavour of Vietnam and its rich culture.
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Hinode is a new Japanese Izakaya concept restaurant which offers a good range of Japanese cuisine at mouth watering prices.
Hinode which means sunrise in Japanese is the first light of the day where fresh produce give rise to. This is the motto of their restaurant, only using fresh ingredients.
Building upon the modern dining craze in Japan which infuses international cuisine with culinary art, this style of dining has become extremely popular among the cosmopolitan crowd. At Hinode, they excel to cater for those with a discerning taste for quality Japanese food. Hinode tailor-makes food menus to suit the profile of proposed locations and audiences.
The restaurant is also set with accompanying atmospheric effects of sunrise where the sun crosses the horizon. Their extensive menu not only includes standard Japanese Cuisine such as Sushi, Sashimi, Tempura and Kushiyaki but also carries a wide variety of appetizers, served Izakaya style.
Hinode offers an amazing selection of drinks including wines, beers, champagnes, cocktails, sake, shochu and Japanese cocktails.
Kaixo (pronounced ‘kai-sho’) is a new Spanish restaurant that offers gourmet cuisine influenced by the Basque region (Northern Spain).
The Basque region is one of the most popular regions in Europe favoured by food lovers who travel there to sample the simple, fresh tasting but innovative cuisine put up by numerous fine dining restaurants. In particular, the food that Kaixo obtains its inspirations from is the coastal city of San Sebastian which is reputed to be a food mecca, having one of the most, if not the most number of Michelin starred restaurants in a city.
Kaixo aims to provide you a convivial and energetic “3rd space” for you to enjoy affordable gourmet cuisine in a comfortable and trendy setting. The food is characterized by bright flavors and innovative combinations, typical of Basque cuisine and may make you rethink of bar food and Mediterranean cuisine.
Kaixo serves Pintxos which taste wonderful accompanied by a cold draft beer. It also serves seafood and meats in both Tapas and Mains portions, which are perfectly accompanied by its selection of Spanish wines, sparkling wines and Cavas.
Dolcetto by Basilico, Regent Singapore's artisanal Italian pastry shop, is the latest addition to the hotel’s legacy of award-winning food and beverage offerings, following the success of Basilico, its flagship Italian restaurant.
Helmed by the hotel's Italian culinary team, Dolcetto, which means "small sweets" in Italian, embodies warmth, passion and style, the very traits that people love and associate with Italy. Step into a treasure trove of regional and seasonal Italian sweet treats, flavourful homemade Italian pastries and merchandises. Made from the finest produce sourced from various Italian regions, each creation has a story to tell.
Indulge in eight separate sections of Italian specialties: 16 varieties of home-baked Pane (breads) and a refreshing Panini and Insalate Bar(Italian Sandwiches and Salads). Sweet treats beckon with nine types of Venetian Macarons, a northern Italian specialty, hearty Bomboloni(Italian doughnuts), signature Torte and Crostate(cakes and tarts) and a collection of exquisitely-crafted Cioccolatini (artisanal chocolates) and Piccola Pasticceria (mini pastries) from the southern Italian region of Puglia. Leisurely sip barista-brewed illy CaffeÌ or have a cup of Amedei Cioccolata Calda (Amedei hot chocolate) Italian style, while watching the world go by.
Conceptualised by Michael Fiebrich Design, Dolcettois inspired by two quintessentially Italian elements; simple, flavourful cuisine and high fashion. European blown-glass pendants above the counters visually arrest while dark timber finishes and hand applied silver leaf frames accentuate the richly-veined Carrera marble backdrop. Chocolate hues, stitched Italian leather detailing and custom orange leather shopping baskets top the shopping 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.
Shiraz Lazziz, the ultimate Persian Cuisine destination has opened at Star Vista.
They are dedicated to bringing you delicious Persian cuisine. All of their food is prepared from the freshest cuts of poultry, meat and fish, ensuring an authentic taste. Their menu features a wide variety of great appetisers, delicious entrées, savory wines and delectable desserts.
Let the legacy of days past resound on your lips. For centuries, only the finest Persian food graced the tables of monarchs and nobility. Shiraz similarly strives to share Persian cuisine as a wonderful discovery, offering a fantastic amalgamation of both healthy and exotic food.
A dinner typically includes combinations of premium long grain fragrant rice with meat, chicken or fish; with garlic, vegetables and nuts. The flavor is balanced with the delicate addition of premium Persian spices, such as saffron. They specialize in Grilled Kebabs. These popular meaty specials are served in bite sized goodness and skewered to perfection. The meat consists compromises only of the finest fillet, chicken, lamb or beef and lightly seasoned with the chef’s secret recipe. In order to impart more flavors to the meats, they are scintillatingly cooked over charcoal. Only the freshest cuts of poultry, meat, and fish are used, ensuring an authentic taste.
Whether you are entertaining business clients, having a social get-together or simply celebrating a special occasion, you will enter a world of caring Persian hospitality and an exotic and beautiful culture.
Ocio brings new fresh and comforting Cuban cuisine that caters to a recreational and family-oriented atmosphere. Ocio Bar and Bistro brings together the contemporary design interiors with the best of Latino traditions providing you the perfect venue for meals and chill out sessions.
You will be able to savor food such as a variety of hot and cold wraps, sandwiches, salads, pizzas, pastas, burgers and even a “make-your-own-tapas” menu. Having to select from tomato based, cream, squid ink, creole and pesto sauces to choosing your own meats and vegetable condiments, they leave it to you.
The Bistro is a sister outlet of Cuba Libre, Nueva Cuba and Paradiso. Ocio means “leisure” in latin, their fourth outlet moves towards providing Cuban cuisine with a slight twist to cater to all walks of life, at a whole new hangout in town.
Located in The Grandstand opposite two pitches that cater predominately to Che Guevara's much-loved rugby, it provides a broad range of food and beverage options to suit all tastes.
Drawing on the experience of the owners in the region around Valencia, with a team of Catalan and Valencian professionals in the kitchen, Los Primos serves an array of more than 30 inviting traditional tapas. Some of the Classics to be mentioned: Patatas Bravas (roasted potatoes with a mildly spicy tomato sauce), Croquetas (deep-fried croquettes filled with either mixed seafood blend, ham or minced chicken), Gambas al Ajillo (sizzling prawns with fresh roasted garlic), Pulpo a la Gallega (think slices of octopus, fresh potatoes, extra virgin olive oil and a dash of paprika), Selection of Spanish cold cuts like Iberico, Serrano ham, Chorizo and Lomo (cured pork). And some Chef’s creations, like Salted Cod in a bell peppers and onion sauce or Huevo Estrellado (potatoes, a couple of slices of roasted ham and a soft-yolk fried egg splashed all over in a traditional pan).
The wine list spans good labels from Spain, Italy, Chile and Argentina. Most bottles are imported directly by the owners, offering wines usually not available in Singapore. Sangria is made with Spanish Bobal red wine, Cointreau, Vermouth, Brandy and lots of zesty fruit, served in traditional clay-pot jugs.
Los Primos not only has a great Spanish food menu, but also an extensive selection of beverages. Behind the long, hand-crafted bar counter, adorned with original Iberian tiles, two expert mixologists prepare cocktails and shots to perfection, ensuring all tastes for drinks can be satisfied.
The restaurant is decorated with furniture and ornaments imported on purpose from Valencia, giving the whole place a warm, cozy, and at the same time, lively feel. The walls are scattered with prints and paintings of many aspects of Spanish life. The lights of its beautiful chandeliers are dimmed and the terrace has a few sought-after tables which seem to be just the perfect spot for people-watching in Club Street.
An extreme rarity in Singapore, Los Primos offers a "late night menu" which encompasses a good selection of hot and cold tapas, cheeses and cold cuts, until closing time: and extended to 2.00am on Fridays and Saturdays.
Bomba, a hip and vibrant Spanish paella bar has recently opened in the Robertson Quay neighbourhood.
Located within the compounds of luxury residential development Martin No. 38, Bomba is the spanking hot new joint serving a curated menu of well-loved Spanish cuisine with the most authentic and rustic flavours.
The music is upbeat and lively, and the atmosphere is fun and welcoming. Evoking a sense of bold, funky underground vibes, the interior features a striking war heroine graffiti wall mural, colourful graphic tiles and vibrant red crates, along with vintage wooden chairs and customized tabletops made from wooden wine-box labels.
Helming the kitchens of Bomba is none other than Chef Jean-Philippe Patruno, who brings with him a wealth of valuable experience from his time at some of the world’s famed award-winning restaurants. The talented chef began his culinary foray at 3 Michelin star Chez Nico on Park Lane, before going on to head up Nico Central and Simply Nico. He later teamed up with renowned restaurateurs Sam and Eddie Hart, opening tapas restaurant Fino to great critical acclaim.
At the heart of the restaurant is its specialty authentic paella, a fragrant rice dish which unites the people of Spain. Chef Patruno uses Bomba rice, the most prestigious pedigree amongst the Spanish rice varieties, and flavourful stock to give character to the paella. Every pan under the skilful hands of Chef Patruno reaches the pinnacle of paella greatness with the perfection of Socarrat, a golden caramelized crust that forms at the bottom layer of the rice. Seafood lovers will be thrilled with the signature langoustine squid and prawns paella that is full of goodness with its strong flavours, aromatic stock and generous servings of seafood.
You can also look forward to la plancha cuisine, where it’s all about great marination and flavours, featuring a selection of daily fresh catch cooked upon flattop grills where the direct heat contact creates a crusty, nutty flavour that sears the meat juices within.
As with the Spanish way of life and sharing culture, you will get to indulge in sharing portions of a variety of great tapas. Their signature dish of Secreto Iberico, is cooked to perfection over loko mangrove charcoal spiced with apple branch wood chips. The direct contact with the charcoal and wood imparts a distinctive smoky, sweet flavour with hints of apple fragrance that lingers in the mouth.
Headed by Executive Chef Valentino and assisted by his mother, Alma, in the kitchen and father, Gianpiero, and brother-in-law, Alberto, at the dining area, this Ristorante takes pride in serving authentic Italian cuisine in the most Italian way.
The new restaurant at Grandstand Shopping Mall maintains the feel of the old restaurant and is furbished very much like an Italian home to create a relaxing and cosy ambience. It can now house up to 100 people and includes an indoor bar/lounge and an alfresco drinking bar.
Check out their large variety of antipasto, pizza and pasta on the menu. Other than the ‘must-try’ special thin crust pizza that tastes exactly like those from Italy, the Executive Chef brings in fresh seafood from Italy.
Home to various functions and events, the private dining room can cater specially for functions or events for groups of up to 45 people. The room can be further divided into three private rooms to accomodate 10 to 16 people.
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.
Zac's restaurant has opened it's doors on Bussorah's street.
They are located near the famed Arab Street and the iconic Sultan Mosque, and serve mouthwatering Mediterranean-Arabic cuisine combined with traditional Arabian hospitality.
Expertly cooked by a team led by a Yemeni and a Syrian chef, the highlight of their restaurant is the selection of the finest grilled meat and unique Hadramaut dishes which promises an unforgettable experience.
Soak in a laid-back ambience and savour their delectable menu of grilled kebabs, hummus, bohari rice or their range of juicy steaks, beef ribs, gourmet sausages, and al dente pasta. They flavour their dishes with their special blend of herbs and spices and use the best quality meats from their butchery.
What makes them stand out from other Arabic restaurants is that they sell Yemeni dishes which are native to Hadramaut, like Mandi rice, made of basmati rice, meat and a mixture of spices. Another dish typical of the Gulf is Harissa, an exotic mix of lamb stew with wheat. While they have Yemen-based dishes, they also serve cuisine typical of other Arab regions, a testament of the beautiful harmony of spices and cooking methods brought about by the Ottoman Empire. The selection includes starters like the Moroccan Harira soup, Levantine fattoush salad and favourites like a platter of traditional hummus and baba ganoush served with warm pita bread.
They have space to conduct private and corporate events, the layout of the restaurant lends itself to the exclusive use for special functions and formal sit-down dinners up to 80 people.
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.
The french cuisine restaurant Absinthe has recently moved to new location on Boat Quay.
Absinthe was created as a comfortable, convivial and unassuming place serving delicious and tasty dishes, not forgetting of course the extensive selection of reasonably priced wines covering not only most of France wine producing regions but as well a fair representation of others countries. Make sure you do taste one of the Absinthes, experience the Green Fairy.
For those who prefer to dine in privacy, Absinthe has 3 private rooms elegantly designed for all corporate/informal events. 2 of these rooms named after a prominent wine and champagne, Azelia and Billecart Salmon. Perfect for corporate dinners, birthdays, anniversaries and cocktail events.
Their wine-list despite being predominantly French: they have a good representation of Burgundies beside the unavoidable Bordeaux, they still manage to offer a little selection of some other countries.
A large selection of wines by the glass as well as a decent selection of half bottles should enable you to find the right match to your food.
Tamarind Hill, renowned in the Malaysian dining scene for over 12 years, has now made its way to Singapore. Perched a top Labrador Nature Reserve, the restaurant is reminiscent of the original Tamarind Hill in Kuala Lumpur, preserving the milieu of being in a stand-alone restored historical bungalow amid vast, lush surroundings.
The colonial bungalow, now fashioned with Tamarind's unmistakable neo- rustic charm, exudes a nostalgic and cosy ambiance. In a contemporary setting which preserves the old charm of the original house. You'll be lured into a domain of high ceilings decorated with 4-meter long chandeliers, candle lit wall lamps, modern Asian furniture and exquisite antiques. Enter a opulent mood, yet unpretentious that synchronizes in perfect harmony with the classic Thai flavours Tamarind Hill is best known for.
The restaurant's original layout spans 3 distinct dining areas over 12,000 square feet of space. Diners have much luxury of privacy, whether indoor in private corners or outdoor on the lanai which looks out to the sea. A unique feature of the restaurant is its colossal colonial-syle long bar that feeds the eyes as soon as one steps through the entrance. Where aperitifs and cocktails are served before or after dinner. You will dispose of an extensive wine list and creative concoctions.
Helmed by executive chef, Thiti Thammanatr, the restaurant offers a balance of simple and straightforward, unadorned traditional Siamese specialties along with a refined selection on the classics. One of the signature main courses not to be missed is the grilled Wagyu sirloin and foie gras topped with green curry reduction.
Chef Thiti, a culinary expert who's professionalism and experience span to 27 years, takes anecdotes of regional Thai cuisine and recreates it. You can expect on the menu the duck and lychee salad, a delicious salad that will whet your appetite. And an all-time favourite is the deep-fried river lobster served with Tamarind sauce. There is also an array of soup choices, crustaceans, meats and vegetables, all cooked with fresh and true ingredients to retain all authenticity, flavors and level of spiciness.
Tamarind Hill offers a unique venue for any occasion minutes from the city.
Violet Oon made her name as a food columnist in the late 1980s and was later appointed a food ambassador by the Singapore Tourism Board. Her work has led to appearances on local and foreign television programs and she is also the author of three cookbooks.
Throughout all her years of travel and living abroad, Violet’s culinary passion has unabashedly remained with Singapore. As such, she has brought to us the spoils of cuisines discovered abroad and married those gems with her beloved native Singaporean cuisine.
Violet Oon's Kitchen is a local bistro with a twist. Their menu includes her signature Nyonya fare, Shepherds Pie and interpretations of much loved Singapore favorites that she would serve at her own table.
The bistro also offers a delectable variety of refreshing drinks and alcoholic beverages that have been carefully selected and curated to match the menu, including a unique Guava smoothie and Peanut Butter Milkshake with Reese's pieces.
Located on the street level of Shaw Center, Caveau Wines & Bar houses its retail shop featuring over 400 wines and state of the art Enomatic Elite wine dispenser where you can sample up to 16 wine labels any time.
Caveau Wines & Bar also runs coffee house with their friendly baristas making an aromatic cup of coffee using premium coffee blends supplied by Papa Palheta to accompany freshly baked pastries from Canelé Pâtisserie Chocolaterie.
From 5pm till late, the coffee house transforms into a snug wine bar offering 15 new and old world labels. The bar menu served is made up of food from Bistro du Vin and Annam Vietnamese Cuisine to pair with the wines cherry picked by their sommeliers.
Overdoughs, is a recently opened takeaway bakeshop and deli by chef-owner of artichoke; Bjorn Shen, and Roxanne Toh.
Located along Waterloo Street and just across from Artichoke, the 850 sq ft space is a quick and dirty version of the two year-old restaurant. Its offerings are a playful take on the flavours of the Middle East.
The opening of overdoughs comes on the back of their success at artichoke, where they've seen a growing interest and receptiveness towards ethnic Middle Eastern cuisine.
Overdoughs' Moorish-inspired menu comprises savouries such as artichoke’s flagship dips, stone-baked pitas, Turkish Ramadan pides and Lebanese za'atar flatbreads; and staple sweets like rosewater baklava, pistachio kunefe, syrup cakes, and Israeli milk puddings.
For those looking to cook up a storm at home, overdoughs’ retail corner offers a choice selection of signature spice blends (Yew chermoula, baharat, ras el hanout) and Middle Eastern provisions (pomegranate molasses, Arabic cheese, Turkish jams).
Oenotheque by Wine Universe is a joint venture by fourth-generation Swiss vintner, Dominique Giroud and their new Managing Director cum owner, Claude Dizerens.
Wine Universe is a leading wine retailer and brokerage in Switzerland. This international endeavour, makes a perfect pairing of passion and food & beverage expertise.
Nestled in a corner of Millenia Walk, Oenotheque by Wine Universe’s glassy exterior with its sidewalk alfresco lounge invites guests to step into its chic space incorporating a retail cellar, a restaurant and a bar.
Featuring a menu of contemporary French cuisine and Swiss favourites paired with a treasury of wines from all over the world, the food and wines presented enhance each other, and will elevate your culinary experience to another level.
You may pick your own menu by going a la Carte or have the six-course degustation menu for sheer indulgence. Tapas is also served after 3pm.
Buy a bottle, or even a carton or two of wines extending from the old world to the new. Get help with the wine pairing for your chosen meal, their knowledgeable service crew will meet your dining needs.
The restaurant's dynamic space is adept for any occasion, whether for dates, business lunches, meet ups with friends or private events.
The CLAN, is a new dining European set to take the culinary world by storm.
Nestled in a hundred years old building in the conservation area of Bukit Pasoh and amidst the CBD area. The restaurant has 2 levels, exhibiting minimalistic chic and elegant ambience respectively. The 1st level has an open concept kitchen where you get to view the live action of the chefs while enjoying your meal. The warm and cosy ambience sets the mood for all occasions.
European cuisine takes on a modern face, and the dining experience is nothing short of sensorial. The great locale of the restaurant, amidst the city central and within walking distance of Chinatown helps to make this a favourite for the city suits.
You can expect creative and contemporary renditions of familiar recipes, and innovative pairings that may raise an eyebrow or two, but win sceptics over by teasing their taste-buds into submission. Featured dishes on the menu include Kurobuta pork belly, spiced braised lamb shank, 48 hours beef short ribs on lava stones and chocolate Lava with home made gelato.
A marriage between French philosophy of natural seasonal flavors using fresh produce and modern culinary technique results in a honest, sincere and flavorful expression of the cuisine which makes one crave for more.
The restaurant makes the perfect venue for an evening soiree, to impress a date or to entertain business associates from out of town.
Located at the uber-hip Martin No. 38 in Singapore’s old godown district, KHA adds spice to the residential enclave popular for its Bohemian vibe.
Serving an array of exciting new dishes, Kha specializes in modern interpretations of classic Thai cuisine lovingly prepared by its brigade of talented Thai national chefs.
Stunning interiors reflect the feel of a traditional Thai house, cleverly featuring Thai elements updated with a modern perspective. A unique joinery wall displays found objects and ceramics and provides a comfortable living room atmosphere while its dark sensuous palette and special lighting create a sense of theatre.
The candle-lit private dining room featuring an oversized Buddha and parlour palms, offers an exclusive yet wonderfully relaxing setting for intimate parties of up to 10 persons.
With its chic interiors, great cuisine and excellent wine list, Kha is a perfect venue for business or casual lunches and dinners as well as special occasions.
Parsley & Thyme is helmed by Dutch Chef Owner, Dennis Kool, who presents a delectable menu of exquisite European and Mediterranean dishes prepared with only the finest and freshest ingredients and a generous sprinkling of love, passion and attention to detail.
This small and cozy 30 seater candle-lit restaurant, with its warm settings and jazzy ambience makes a perfect place to wine and dine the night away with good friends, a small group or with that special person.
Try their Pasta Set Lunch Menu, or scrumptious à la carte selection, and choose from a variety of 30 fairly priced wines ranging from Italy, Australia and New Zealand, paired to perfection with every dish.
The doors of No. 9 Rochester Park are once again open to the public. This time around however, you'll will find an entirely new dining experience at Nosh.
Nosh takes over from the Krish restaurant at its venue in Rochester Park and serves modern bistro cuisine in a distinctively unforgettable setting.
The restaurant occupies a beautifully decorated historical black and white house with an alluring open air deck where most of the dining takes place. Nosh delivers a perfect blend of music, ambiance and lush scenery, which contributes to a charming outdoor dining.
Fresh ingredients and quality produce are at the heart of a melting pot of flavours that will take you from the comforts of familiar tastes to the edge of a new and exciting culinary experience.
Starters include the Maryland Crab Cakes, a delightful combination of delicately fried fresh crab patties, red curry coconut dressing and a cucumber and apple salad. Other standouts include the Mango Avocado Ceviche.
They also feature an ample selection of vegetarian options. The Purple Potato Gnocchi for example is one of several dishes that can be made vegetarian upon request.
For mains, the Tamarind marinated beef tenderloin does not disappoint. Tender strips of lovingly marinated prime beef are accompanied by a helping of house made purple potato gnocchi and creamy braised leeks.
Desserts are not to be missed, as you will get the chance to tuck into a decadent selection of desserts that have been crafted in collaboration with award winning pastry chef Janice Wong from the 2am:dessertbar.
Find a great reason to get out of bed, to enjoy their weekend brunch!
Their bar stays open late throughout the week and is the perfect place to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. House cocktails are made with fresh fruit and premium spirits while the wine list features a comprehensive selection of affordably priced and boutique wines alike. Cool jazz and resonant beats set the tone for a memorable relaxing night under the stars.
Balzac Brasserie is located at Rendezvous Hotel’s newly-opened dining gallery, alongside the busy Bras Basah thoroughfare. White-laced curtains, banquette seats, an original Parisian long bar fitted with an operating antique draft beer dispenser and furniture straight from the City of Lights make up the café-culture atmosphere.
Named after Honoré de Balzac, the famous French novelist and playwright, the Brasserie serves up a slice of unpretentious and unassuming, but done with an amazing attention to details.
The Food is approachable, with straightforward flavors typical of French classics. A small, edited selection of dishes is available for breakfast, followed by a larger menu of favorites for lunch, dinner and bar snacks. And keeping to the character of a real French Brasserie, a daily special set menu is served every lunch and dinner.
The French classics are prepared by chef Jean-Charles Dubois and his team. Chef Dubois comes from the village of Angers in Loire Valley, France and he was previously from The French Kitchen. His love for the freshest ingredients combined with modern culinary techniques enables him to produce delicious, perfectly done cuisine.
You definitely can’t miss the Foie Gras De “Castaing” Appetizer. This home-made foie gras terrine is served with seasonal fruit compote, farmer’s toast and petite salade. It is perfect just before a meal or as a finger food accompanied by some drinks at the bar.
If you’re craving for some true blue French cuisine or some drinks, do check out Balzac Brasserie that not only takes pride in its food but the setting of the bistro too!
Photo Credit : Alex Ang
#01-01 Rendezvous Gallery, Rendezvous Hotel, 9 Bras Basah Road
The Coastal Settlement - a casual dining restaurant, cafe and bar, that provides you the one of its kind village home-like environment, with a view of Mother Nature’s plantation of greens and a peek of the sea.
Take a break and extricate yourself from your hectic metropolitan lifestyle and allow yourself to enter an aura of relaxation in a halcyon atmosphere.
Run by the Urban Group, which also runs bar-eatery CM-PB in Dempsey Hill, the 8,000 sq ft single-storey restaurant seats 250 indoors and another 50 outdoors.
Go relive the old days gone by with your family and friends, there will be much to talk about...
Nestled in the heart of the Central Business District, Zaffiro, translated from the Italian word meaning ‘Sapphire’, has opened its doors to everyone longing for the taste of authentic Italian cuisine.
Armed with an established track record at Michelin restaurants in Italy and London, Chef Giuliano, who began his professional career at the age of 14, started his local career at the kitchens of the il Lido restaurant. Having spent a year propelling L’Angolos towards being one of the forefront Italian eateries within the gourmet scene, Chef Giuliano has since challenged himself by embarking on an independent venture with Zaffiro.
Helmed by Chef Giuliano Dacasto, Zaffiro is a restaurant where you can expect creative and contemporary renditions of familiar recipes and innovative pairings that’s win sceptics over by teasing their taste-buds into submission. The restaurant are boasts with 260 wine labels from Italy to France and the New World, accompanied by 13 varieties of champagne, and a host of speciality cocktails and mocktails.
We are thrilled to present Zaffiro and we believe that it will be an iconic cuisine destination for diners seeking good food and impeccable service. Therefore, to maintain the pristine standard of each dish and to preserve the intimate ambience of the restaurant, seating is limited to sixty. Thus, reservations are strongly recommended.
It’s a perfect venue for an evening soiree, to impress a date or to entertain business associates. With it’s uncompromising food and service quality and the passionate professionals behind the establishment.
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.
Enjoy the highlife, set above the wind tunnel at iFly Singapore, the world's largest indoor sky diving wind tunnel situated at Sentosa. SkyLoft is a rooftop bar and restaurant that offers you a wide array of tantalising gourmet delights and modern European cuisine
Chill out to fantastic live music by Jack & Rai, Shirlyn and the UnXpected, Sara & 53A on Thursdays/Fridays/Saturdays.
To complement and integrate into the rich history and culture of Katong’s Peranakan heritage, GV Katong will have its own unique cinema concept â a Peranakan-inspired movie destination with contemporary charm.
Located in the new lifestyle mall 112 Katong, GV Katong houses eight cinema auditoriums; six traditional halls with stadium seating, digital projection and sound, as well as wall-to-wall screens. In addition, Golden Village will introduce two of the latest, redefined, luxurious Gold Class auditoriums, consisting of 56 cinema recliners.
Pioneering the concept of in-cinema gourmet dining, GV’s signature Gold Class also offers movie-goers a sampling of Peranakan cuisine, including Otak Samosas and Nonya Kueh delicacies, in addition to Chef Chris Foo’s signature Western dishes.
Golden Village was established to develop and operate modern, luxurious multiplex cinemas. Golden Village's first imprint in Singapore was made on 28 May 1992 with the successful opening of the Yishun 10 cinema complex. Today, Golden Village has a reputation of offering more choice, comfort and convenience at its cinemas.
Golden Village also offers to patrons:
An unmatched variety of movies to choose from at convenient screening times throughout the day so that patrons can walk in at practically any time of the day to catch a movie.
Supported by a central computerised system, Golden Village movie tickets can be bought via an integrated telephone system, internet buying facility and also at all AXS stations located island-wide. Our ticketing system automatically selects the best seats available at any one time although patrons may choose their own seats via our Internet booking facility.
Paying homage to the fabled richness of authentic Japanese Cuisine, diners will enjoy Mikuni's modern approach to traditional Japanese dishes.
Highlighted by the chef's artisanal cooking deft and skills, this restaurants offers a robatayaki counter teeming with action-packed, Japanese style grilling, dynamic sushi, sashimi and teppanyaki stations, and a vibrant Sake Bar.
Mikuni aims to fete connoisseurs of the fine art of Japanese cuisine with sheer epicurean indulgence.
A standout amongst the trendy gastronomic havens at Ann Siang Hill and Club Street, Our Korner boasts delicious and addictive comfort food that will keep you coming back for more.
Enjoy hearty international and Asian comfort fare at great value in a welcoming and cosy environment – one that offers a casual dining atmosphere by day and a cool chill-out joint after dark.
Our Korner is an inviting space that serves up a good mix of an intimate ambience, refreshing bites and cocktails, bar grooves and perhaps a hint of playfulness that life should not be taken so seriously.
By it's nature, a Keystone is an architectural fixture, which stands distinct from its counterparts. It encompasses strength and resilience, and its mighty characteristics make it the most integral part of any structure.
Inspired by its namesake, Keystone Restaurant is the sophisticated new addition to the Singapore Central Business District serving up high quality menu items and progressive interpretations of European cuisine. With a determination to re-introduce fine dining as an experience comprising of distinctive service, a relaxed and welcoming ambience and exquisite food, Keystone is set to raise the bar of the local dining scene.
Finally, a high-end Modernist restaurant with an over-zealous focus on fresh produce.
The illustrious Jiggs Kalra, commonly referred to as the Czar of Indian Cuisine and the first Asian to be inducted in the International Gourmet Hall of Fame, counts many a successes in his fine-dining empire. Hailed as one of the finest in India, Jiggs Kalra is proud to introduce his most critically acclaimed and award winning signature restaurant chain – Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra, to Singapore.
With Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra, he has redefined Indian food with a focus on serving authentic Indian cuisine from the North West Frontier Province. Showcasing the Jiggs Kalra Signature style, this classic restaurant serves cuisine from the erstwhile Royal State of Punjab.
Renowned for reviving the lost cuisines and cooking styles from ancient India, Jiggs Kalra offers a spread of age old delicacies like the Kebabs incorporating four separate techniques of grilling, which exemplify his signature style.
Veteran restaurateurs and chefs Karl Dobler and Eugenia Ong’s new restaurant offers the best of both worlds with specially prepared cuisine that focuses on the crisp flavours of Modern European fare and the delicate twang of Asian delicacies.
Intimate and cozy with just a touch of elegance, Table at 7 offers a personal dining space that can comfortably accommodate 40 customers. Sombre brown walls decorated with European art and black furniture provides a nice contrast to the stark white table linens that sets the mood for an unforgettable dining experience. And for the curious few who enjoy watching the chefs’ adept skills, a wide glass pane provides a clear view to the kitchen.
The restaurant is located along Mohamed Sultan Road, along a stretch of quaint shop houses that is home to some of Singapore’s most popular food and beverage establishments.
The Jackson Planis a gastropub located at Duxton Hill in Singapore where celebrated British food are featured along a unique drinks collection inspired by the way of life in colonial days gone by.
Successful restauranteur Beppe De Vito (from Il Lido & Forlino) has turned a wonderful shophouse space into a proper British-styled gastropub: a place where you go for good food but simple preparation and strong flavours.
The connection for its local twist, is Singapore when it was a British colony. The owner wanted to go back to when this place was being built, the foundation of Singapore in the 19th century, and wanted to do a gastropub because this is what's happening in the UK now. Great chefs are taking over pubs and keeping it real and not spending $2 million on a restaurant.
The Jackson Plan, in fact, is named after Lieutenant Philip Jackson, an engineer who drew up Singapore's first city plan in 1822, dividing it into four areas - Chinatown, Chulia (now known as Little India), Kampong Glam and the Eurasian quarter. This was no bad thing because Farquhar had been running it for a couple of years and it was a mess.
The gastropub will serve mostly rustic UK fare - which will feature fantastic and far flung spices and ingredients from India and America. It's not just fish & chips or banger and mash, but also potted smoked mackerel, cured ox tongue and pineapple jelly pudding. They'll refine things to make them more palatable, but they're not going to mess with the recipes.
They'll also be serving battered black pudding chunks in brown sauce, cauliflower fritters with curried mayo, and saltmarsh lamb with Irish champ (mashed potatoes done Irish-style), among other items, all prepared by Scottish chef Christopher Dougan who is helming this kitchens at this new joint.
Mr Dougan - a national boxing champion who is as skilled in the ring as he is in the kitchen - is the son of a chef and a fishmonger and has always cooked in gastropubs in Manchester and London, so he's well up to speed on what makes authentic UK pub food authentic! The 90-seater gastropub opens in the first week of June, in the space formerly occupied by Australian restaurant Uluru.
There's a good-sized garden next to the shophouse too, which will serve as an al fresco bar area, with a selection of unfiltered beer specially made by a local brewer, vintage ales, ciders and biodynamic wines will be served, along with cups and punches.
To round it all off, The Jackson Plan will offer a small range of desserts, one of which will be its version of the traditional Eton Mess. It will however, be made with local mangoes, gula melaka caramel and cream. It's their take on the Eton Mess; they're playing on the fact that the whole Jackson plan was to clear the mess that Farquhar made, so they're going to call it the Farquhar Mess.
Joël Robuchon has opened two fine-dining restaurants, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon and Joël Robuchon Restaurant on 28 April 2011 at Hotel Michael, Level 1 in Resorts World Sentosa.
Titled ‘Chef of the Century’ by the Gault Millau guide in 1990, Joël Robuchon is legendary in the culinary world. He currently lays claim to 20 dining establishments in Hong Kong, Las Vegas, Macao, Monaco, New York, Paris and Tokyo, garnering 26 Michelin-Stars between them.
In a time when nouvelle cuisine took centrestage in the 1980s, Chef Robuchon revolutionised the global culinary scene with his almost bourgeois French haute cuisine where he pursued absolute perfection and focused on using only the best cooking equipment to flesh out the original flavours of the freshest, highest quality produce.
Chef Robuchon was first recognised for his culinary brilliance at age 28 when he received the prestigious Meilleur Ouvrier de France (Outstanding French Craftsman) award (he was bestowed the same award three years later) and like they say, the rest is history. He was inundated with international tributes ever since, including being the youngest chef ever to own a three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Jamin, in 1984; Bon Appetit magazine naming him ‘Chef of the Year’ (2006); permanently sitting on the panel of Académie Culinaire de France; receiving The Laurent Perrier 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award at The S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants; chairing the committee of the current edition of Le Grand Larousse Gastronomique (the French authoritative encyclopedia of gastronomy) and the list runs on. He started his own cooking show, called Bon Appétit, Bien Sûr (2000-2009) and the first ever cooking cable channel called Gourmet TV with producer Guy Job in 1996.
All-day “modern Asian” bistro The Glass House features the best of cuisines from across the region including Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore. This incredible concept restaurant is offering Southeast Asian Cuisine and housed beside the famous mineral water pool. The Modern Asian Bistro has arrived and by all accounts it was worth the wait.
The Glass House is indeed set in a glass house with four walls made of glass that offer stunning views of Fort Canning Park and the familiar skyline of Singapore.
With a plush and luxurious interior, diners may find it hard to choose what to look at because it isn’t just the views on the outside that are available. The walls of the kitchen are also glass so that you can watch as the talented chefs prepare your food. With an all day dining menu and a focus on local ingredients and Asian cuisine, The Glass House still manages to put a contemporary spin on their menu.
Executive Chef Ivan Lim Kee Yeang is a Penang native who has worked his magic at such well known venues as the Raffles Hotel, the Ritz Carlton, and the Park Singapore Orchard City Centre.
With both indoor and outdoor dining areas with stunning park views, the bistro’s signature dishes range from laksa and Hainanese Chicken Rice to Chinese Set Meals. The Glass House is all about mouthwatering dishes at reasonable prices.
Bilbao Restaurant and Gastrobar is a medium-sized, stylish restaurant located in the Triple One Somerset Building, the old Singapore Power building adjacent to the Somerset MRT. Bilbao proudly serves contemporary Spanish cuisine with a Basque flair and is committed to featuring local produce, naturally raised meats and sustainable seafood whenever possible.
Bilbao Restaurant and Gastrobar consists of three inter-related spaces, a Gastrobar with seating for 30 people indoors and 70 people outdoors in a fantastic terrace, a cozy formal Restaurant seating 26 and a Retail Shop for buying Spanish gastronomic products.
Chef Emilio Zamora, 44, offers 20 years of experience cooking Spanish and Basque cuisines in top restaurants in Spain and abroad. He went to culinary school near Bilbao at the prestigious school of Hospitality Management in Gadalcano VIzcaya and achieved further specialization at the INB Emilio Campuzano in Bilbao.
Bronte is a neighbourhood restaurant serving Australian comfort food.
The recently opened Bronte falls firmly in the latter category and is the latest in a growing list of places that have adopted a modern approach to the long-established concept of the family-run restaurant.
The simply decorated bistro-style restaurant is tucked in a row of F&B shophouse outlets in the Greenwood Avenue belt in Bukit Timah and is named not because the owners have any literary aspirations but because they have strong ties to Australia, where the attractive Sydney beach suburb of Bronte can be found.
“We wanted to name the restaurant after a Sydney suburb, and Bondi is better known but also a bit too obvious,” says Justin Wong, Bronte’s chef-in-residence, who runs the family-friendly restaurant together with his sister, brother and brother-in-law.
L'Operetta, at vibrant Boat Quay, represents the very finest of modern Italian cuisine. Every single irresistible item on the L'Operetta menu uses only the freshest and best ingredients in the market. Flavours are subtle and light, with a stunning symphony of nuances emphasized by savvy food and wine pairing.
One of the most mouthwatering stars of L'Operetta is undoubtedly its authentic Italian pizza, baked to perfection in the imported legendary Vera wood-fired pizza oven.
Seafood dishes are also remarkable. Fresh, tender and fragrant, the Seafood Risotto is a particularly sumptuous feast, with Parmesan cheese personally served at your table.
Mr Katsumi Mizutani, is the man who had a vision of contemporary Italian cuisine in Singapore, hand in hand with a truly revolutionary wine list. He has enjoyed an enduring love affair with Italian cuisine and culture. L'Operetta represents the birth of his beautiful 'bambino'.
While Mr Mizutani has personally overseen every single step in the L'Operetta creation, he continues to lovingly watch over the unfolding L'Operetta success story on a daily basis. Only when something is good enough for the most honoured guest will it ever appear at L'Operetta. That's Mr Mizutani's style - only the very best will do.
South Coast is a unique new Australian bar and bistro in the heart of Marina Bay serving fresh, innovative cuisine in a warm vibrant social atmosphere. An exciting new food and beverage concept from the coastline of Australia to Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
Located on the Singapore Harbour, South Coast is an Australian bistro and bar offering clients a venue that combines chic with perfect relaxation.
Opening at 8am for coffee and breakfast, then serving lunch and dinner until late, South Coast is the ideal place to have a corporate lunch or a private dinner before the latest theatre show.South Coast has a bar area that showcases the Singapore city skyline at its best so if it is a quiet drink you desire or to host a party for clients or friends, South Coast has packages to suit everyone’s needs.
The history of Hoshigaoka started with the restaurant’s founding by Kitaoji Rosanjin (1883-1959). An accomplished artist and fine cuisine connoisseur, Rosanjin founded the Bishoku Club (Gourmet’s Club) in 1921 which grew into a prestigious private restaurant. On the back of this success, Rosanjin opened Hoshigaoka Saryo in Tokyo in 1925.
In designing Hoshigaoka Saryo, Rosanjin kept in mind the keen sentiments cultivated during the Japanese tea ceremony. The relaxed, reserved hospitality and carefully selected cuisine is a reflection of Rosanjin’s constant pursuit of relaxation and comfort. In 1936, Rosanjin left Hoshigaoka Saryo however his practises and the high standards are continued. The restaurant successfully grew into a household name, opening outlet after outlet throughout Japan.
The management team in 1972 brought Hoshigaoka Saryo into the international arena. Among the numerous outlets opened on foreign shores, was the first Hoshigaoka Saryo in Singapore, which opened at the Apollo Hotel. With its discriminating culinary tastes, sumptuous dishes, serene atmosphere and trademark Japanese hospitality, Hoshigaoka Saryo won the hearts of both the local and Japanese community here in Singapore.
With the opening of the third outlet at Wisma Atria in 1986, Hoshigaoka Saryo was renamed Restaurant Hoshigaoka to achieve a more casual and approachable brand with wider appeal. Now, more people can enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine steeped in the values and essence of founder Kitaoji Rosanjin. Continuing a rich history of more than 38 years in Singapore, Restaurant Hoshigaoka looks forward to serving you at their new outlet at Eastpoint Mall.
“Hoshigaoka” means Star Hill and “Saryo” denotes a specialised category of restaurant; a gourmet club for food connoisseurs.
Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay - Their new home is your respite from the city jungle.
And true to the meaning of 'sabai' which translates to "good" let Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay be a truly feel good experience to reward you after each day at work. Make Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay your home when you want to celebrate an occasion or find peace and comfort, or simply unwind and recount the events of the day. Leave your cares behind, and give in to the temptations of Thai food and hospitality, best shared with friends, colleagues or that special someone.
Salt Grill by Luke Mangan brings Modern Australian cuisine to Singapore. Regardless of location, Luke aims for a setting that is stylish, relaxed, welcoming and showcases the best of Australian produce. The opulent and iconic ION building is the perfect platform to share Luke’s talent with Singapore. Salt, Sydney was Luke’s first restaurant which opened in 1999. In ancient Greece, salt was a rare, expensive commodity and it was given to people as a sign of hospitality and friendship. These traits are the core ingredients for Luke’s service philosophy and so the success of Salt began. The name was used again for Salt, Tokyo in 2007. Salt grill is an extension on that and first appeared on P&O’s Pacific Jewel in 2009.
Mod Oz is a relatively recent term that denotes the culinary style of a country searching for its own food identity. Brought about by a large multicultural society, chefs embraced different cuisines which in turn inspired a fusion of new ingredients and traditional techniques with the best produce available. Food is fresh, high quality and the cuisine emphasises simple preparation of unique ingredients. The variety of foods in Australia reflects the land and climate.
The Salt grill menu contains fresh Australian produce combined with the best of local ingredients. You can dine on earthy barramundi fish, salty Coffin Bay oysters, sweet Spencer Gulf prawns, delicate Petuna Ocean Trout from Tasmania. All meat is sourced from farming partners in Australia. Here and there you will find a hint of Aboriginal ‘bush tucker’, with the flavour of wattleseed, or fresh herbs. Australian hospitality is intrinsic to the food, and your welcome at Salt grill will be as warm as if you were coming to a barbecue in their backyard.
From 25 November 2010, food connoisseurs will be able to enjoy sky-high dining at Salt grill & Sky bar, an ambient, elegant 6,000 square foot space set against the backdrop of the breathtaking city skyline. Helmed by celebrity chef Luke Mangan, Salt grill & Sky bar is set to be a fashionable urban restaurant and bar delivering Luke’s special style of contemporary Australian cuisine that is Salt grill. Diners will be able to enjoy his signature dishes in the main dining area during lunch and dinner, as well as at the wine bar that offers all-day dining options. On the 56th floor, the Sky bar sets the mood for romance and glamour as diners indulge in pre or post-dinner drinks.
Helmed by CEO Seiki Takahashi, PJ Partners offers a unique dining experience by introducing the Japanese to exotic food cultures from around the world, while exporting Japanese food cultures internationally. Through this, PJ Partners will create a rich culinary landscape by offering their customers authentic experiences they would only be able to have if they travelled abroad.
The restaurants that PJ Partners work with span a wide spectrum of different concepts and price points. In Singapore, PJ Partners has three restaurants under its umbrella. They are Takumi Tokyo which serves three popular Japanese cuisine concepts under one roof – Teppanyaki, Robatayaki and Sushi; Ginza Bairin, a casual tonkatsu-specialty restaurant; and Salt grill Singapore, which serves up contemporary Australian cuisine.
dapao celebrates the flavours of Singapore and southeast Asia, and cooks from scratch from local ingredients, innovating traditional recipes to be healthier and easier to takeaway. dapao is here because corporate life got boring and it’s so much more fun to be in the kitchen, dreaming up new recipes! At dapao, they make fresh food from scratch, without added preservatives or chemicals. Their wrap and salad recipes are mainly based on traditional southeast Asian cuisines, so they’re flavourful, but they’ve made slight tweaks to make things just a bit healthier.
It's important to them to be kinder to the planet than normal takeaway restaurants - that makes lunch even more guilt-free!
How are they doing that? Biodegradable cutlery and wrap papers that are compostable, minimising food waste, growing a herb garden, buying most ingredients from a locavore foodshed of 300kms, a kitchen free of toxic chemical cleaners and a shop offering reusable lunch bags.
They're encouraging you to bring your own coffee cup. They'll give you coffee grounds for your garden and plant cuttings from theirs. In the longer term, their sustainability policy will include initiatives such as composting in the kitchen, organic ingredients and plastic-free packaging. They're always looking for ideas, so please let them know if you have any thoughts!
Food is energy-giving. Good, fresh food that is. dapao makes simple, healthy food with local flavours that will give you the energy to attack your afternoon! (and 'healthy' doesn't mean a wimpy salad for lunch that leaves you hungry!)
Far East Square (Water Gate), No. 3&4 Amoy Street, #01-01 Far East Square
Heritage Bites is a place where connoisseurs enjoy their meals! Heritage Bites provides genuine and authentic Indian cuisine with prompt, efficient and courteous service to leave an impressionable mark! Their chefs while preserving the authenticity of North Indian cuisine bring not only the popular street foods of north India but also the recipes that defy the rules of typicality. Their skilled and experienced chefs stand by their commitment to excellence and prepare each delectable item on the menu with extra care using only the most aromatic spices and natural ingredients.
Visit them for the most memorable and ultimate dining experience at their newly opened outlet at Suntec City, a sister restaurant of Heritage - The North Indian Cuisine in Copthorne Orchid Hotel
Set within the lovely cobblestoned courtyard of the historic Sculpture Square, Artichoke Café + Bar offers modern Moorish cuisine in a casual and relaxed environment. Inspired by the fascinating flavours and smells of Spain, Turkey, Lebanon, Greece and Morocco, our food is perfumed with the spices and aromatics from these far-away, exotic places.
Their philosophy is to take advantage of ingredients when they are at their best. For this reason, their menu changes according to what’s fresh in the marketplace in order to showcase certain ingredients at their prime.
A (not so) little cafe with huge attitude. They see ourselves as rebels, challenging existing perceptions of cafe fare. As such, they go the extra mile to handcraft what goes onto your plates... lamb sausages, yoghurt cheese, even breakfast cereal.
Experience exquisite Hong Kong cuisine at the heart of Singapore. At the tantalising Old Hong Kong Legend, brace yourself for the finest Hong Kong fare paired with an impeccable ambience. This is the grande dame of the Old Hong Kong restaurants. Its opulent sculptural dragon motifs are perfectly matched to the interior, while the menu and tableware are tastefully fashioned to appease the most fastidious diners. Its overall milieu is