At The Market Grill, everything begins with freshness and quality. Expect fresh cuts of steak, home-made beef burger patties prepared daily and live Atlantic lobsters cooked to order.
Expect a fun dining experience in the vicinity of Telok Ayer where you can watch meats and lobsters being freshly grilled to perfection with the specially imported "Woodstone" Charbroiler.
Inspired by a blend of traditional old-style butcheries and diners, The Market Grill provides you an option of simple and generous portions of freshly grilled market produce. Leading the culinary direction and helming the kitchen is Executive Chef Colin West, who has previously worked at Les Amis, Le Saint Julien, Braise and Swiss Grill. Colin was the Sous Chef in Braise, the “master of grills", with a special talent in cooking meats to perfection.
The food includes grill selections featuring classic charbroiled steaks with cuts ranging from Premium to standard cuts from high grade meats. The menu at The Market Grill also features the finest Live Atlantic Lobsters as well as Colin West’s (CW) Signature Burgers. These seemingly simple-looking burgers are actually hand-crafted from scratch with Colin’s perfect blend of beef patties, down to individual flavour and texture of each bun.
Featuring a 1.5 meter long live lobster tank with Atlantic Lobsters flown from Maine and Boston, you have a choice of having your lobster either freshly steamed or grilled. Delectable choices include Chargrilled Whole Lobsters drizzled in garlic and lemon infused clarified butter and served with a side of salad and creamy mash potatoes; and Lobster Sliders that feature juicy and generous chunks of lobster meat mixed with creamy herbed mayo-pommery and crisp romaine, sandwiched between freshly-baked brioche rolls.
For burger selections, CW Signature Burgers feature Chef Colin West’s original recipe of chargrilled burgers with their own unique personality that burst with every mouthful in light and fluffy buns. Some highlights from the burger menu include the CW Cod Fish comprising of succulent grilled Atlantic Cod in pommery-marinate with romaine lettuce and juicy vine tomatoes, served in a golden baked parmesan bun.
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.
#B1â46/47 Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road
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.
SPR. MRKT is a new concept. The team considers, a visit to the supermarket shouldn't just have to be utilitarian. That's why they aim to reshape local supermarket experience by melding the enjoyment of food, retail and art in a single space.
Part self-service bistro, part corner shop, the space was conceived by chef-owner Joseph Yeo and co-owner Sue-Shan. Together, they believe in taking casual gourmet dining and shopping for daily necessities and random gifts to another level of flavour and enjoyment.
Joseph spent his formative culinary years with the Les Amis Group of Restaurants and went further perfecting his fine dining experience co-leading the team for the opening of Waku Ghin at Marina Bay Sands.
Pastry Chef, Furrene Hoh, was personally selected by Joseph to pioneer this pursuit. Formally schooled in the art of pastry and baking, Furrene has worked in some of the top hotels and restaurants for over 10 years.
No secret ingredients are used in their food, just a mix of market-fresh, seasonal produce, herbs and spices, from local farms and around the world, that give their meals a sense of place.
They've put together a selection of exclusive home & office products that help you simplify life and work. These are lovingly sourced from producers around the world and only available in small quantities so the variety of the selection is kept fresh.
People from various backgrounds will be invited to showcase personal works of art on their walls for public enjoyment and/or for sale.
In a warm and inviting setting reminiscent of the French-colonial era, tuck in to authentic Vietnamese fare that promises to whet your appetite.
Chef Nguyen Quoc Nam has returned to the Les Amis group where he began his career over 10 years ago with a new restaurant close to his heritage! Annam Vietnamese Cuisine is a bistro-style restaurant that aspires to re-invent traditional Vietnamese food and show off its fundamental qualities in an exquisite setting.
Nam first arrived in Singapore in 2000 and had a successful posting at The Lighthouse which was previously linked to Les Amis and located at The Fullerton Hotel. It featured mainly European dishes with a sensibility for Asian styles.
Following postings in London, Thailand and Bali, the opportunity to introduce his version of the Vietnamese kitchen to Singapore proved to be irresistible and everyone is now terribly excited to check out this brand new concept. Having been offered a prime locaction alongside Les Amis's row of restaurant alongside Shaw Centre we can surely expect some pretty sophisticated and upscale styles of Vietnamese cooking.
Annam's interior is inviting and low key, complete with colourful patterned floor tiles, marble-top tables and coffee-shop chairs that are intended to evoke a typical French colonial look. The restaurant sits about 50 people in an intimate space that carried the cacophony of its guests well.
We expect Annam to set the bar higher than any other Vietnamese restaurant across town and are looking forward to this great new concept developing into one of the top restaurants in the Les Amis Group portfolio.
Peperoni Pizzeria's second branch recently opened at Binjai Park. Besides the bigger bar which lines part of the exterior, the 100-seater affords more space between each table, giving diners more privacy without doing away with the cosy conviviality that makes Peperoni so endearing. Antique fixtures adorn these walls, adding a touch of the past to the retro-styled outlet.
In conjunction with the opening of the second branch, Peperoni started serving breakfast on weekends. Heart and familiar breakfast platters and freshly squeezed mixed juices are the way to go to start the weekend.
Takeaway pizzas are extremely popular. All pizzas come fresh and piping hot straight from the open pizza kitchen that sits in Peperoni. The large wood-fired oven here gives all their pizzas that authentic smoky flavour.
Aside from the variety of pastas and pizzas available, there also many scrumptious snacks to choose from. Provision have been made for the little ones, with a kid's menu that includes small pasta/pizza, a drink and a gelato/sorbet for dessert. They also offer many Belgium beers of varying alcoholic intensities. The slection ranges from a light, summery peach-flavoured fizz to more robust, unrestrained brews. Every item on the menu is nett, which means that guests need not worry about extras like GST or service charge when the bill arrives.
The combination of good food and booze in a vivacious ambience delivers a delightful dining experience every time!
Canele Patisserie Chocolaterie officially opened on 22nd September 2004 at Robertson Walk, serving a wide selection of freshly baked bread, pastries and chocolates. It's store at Raffles City will now be re-opening shortly after a 10-month renovation period.
This baby sister of the Les Amis Group is helmed by Executive Pastry Chef, Pang Kok Keong who confesses to having an extremely sweet tooth himself. Inspired by Master Chef Francisco Torreblanca (Spain), Chef Eric Perez (Shanghai) as well as Chef Pierre Herme (Paris), the former two from whom he learnt.
Chef Pang chose to specialise in Baking, Pastries and Chocolate making after his graduation from SHATEC. The ex-member of the Singapore National Culinary Team is the driving force behind the creations at Canele, including its bread, pastries, cakes, chocolates and confectioneries.
Guests may spend a lazy afternoon in the petit "salon de the", or simply pop in to purchase their favourite items. For special occasions, Canele can also customise cakes and chocolates to your specific needs.
B1-81/82 Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road
Marina Bay Sands has brought home Singapores most celebrated chef, Justin Quek, to create a brand-new restaurant this summer. Often viewed as Singapores favorite culinary son, Chef Justin had enjoyed great success abroad after leaving the Les Amis Group in 2004, creating ripples of excitement as he opened restaurants in Shanghai and Taipei.
This time, his homecoming will coincide with the grand opening of Asias most exciting destination Marina Bay Sands. His talent will be taken to new heights, literally, as he will helm The Sky on 57 located on the highest point of the property.
The acclaimed chef will feature Singapore and Asian food in his distinctive new menu and will pair that with his classic French cooking techniques and refined presentation style. The Sky on 57 will be a signature restaurant that transforms throughout the day. It will kick off with a refined selection of breakfast favorites, followed by a-la-carte and set lunch menus. Afternoon tea will feature savory and sweet creations; as well as gourmet coffee and tea. During sunset, the restaurant will take on a more exclusive vibe, as diners chill out with pre-dinner cocktails while enjoying the spectacular views. Dinner will feature an ever-changing repertoire of signature and new items. Light food and drinks will be on the menu till late in the night.
During the weekends, a distinctive brunch spread will be offered. With its unique setting, The Sky on 57 is also suitable for special events such as celebrations, corporate dinners and social engagements.
The Sands SkyPark is an architectural masterpiece sitting on top of the three hotel towers at Marina Bay Sands. Located 200 meters above ground, this 1.2 hectare tropical oasis is large enough to park four-and-a-half A380 jumbo jets. Besides exclusive restaurants and bars, it will be home to a spectacular public observation deck, lush greenery and a 150-meter infinity swimming pool.