8 at Green is the newest joint to hit Greenwood Avenue.
Expect upbeat interiors and trendy faces that greet you every day of the week. A laid-back dining experience for the whole family, their menu comprises Western offerings with subtle Asian influences. Highlights include pork knuckle, wagyu ribeye, seafood aglio olio and chocolate pudding.
Their home made beef patty is served on their freshly baked deli bun with lettuce, tomato, fresh onions, mayonnaise and melted cheddar cheese.
They take pride in their hearty servings and delectable desserts that will leave you coming back for more.
At Oceans of Seafood they pride themselves in providing seafood of the highest quality and at affordable prices.
Whether at their Western or Japanese retail outlets or at their restaurants you can enjoy the best the world's oceans have to offer in a fun and family friendly atmosphere.
Their aim is to build a space where children can wonder at the blessings of the sea, where they connect their customers to the fisherman and farmers that bring them this wonderful bounty and where they help to ensure our children's children can enjoy the same.
You can purchase seafood from a variety of countries including Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Norway etc. Seafood can be purchased whole, or in fillets, or prepared with a sauce ready for cooking.
#02-06/k2-k11 PasarBella, The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road
Step into Mara Shabu's new cozy restaurant and enjoy the homey feeling of one of the most traditional comfort foods in Asia.
Ranging from the freshest produce to premium Wagyu beef and quality seafood harvested from local fisheries, there is something for everyone. The ingredients are as natural as they can be, with minimal processing. Just like the good old days.
Enjoy their selection of 3 soup bases: Mara, Shabu and Sukiyaki, as well as a selection of organic vegetables.
#02-K16 to K19 Pasarbella, The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road
The group behind the soon-to-open VOGUE Club and SushiTini, continues to create cutting edge dining and entertainment concepts in Singapore, with the launch of Bull & Butcher in June. Situated on the ground floor in the newly renovated Plaza Singapura, Bull & Butcher will bring the theatre associated with a traditional steakhouse back to life, with its open kitchen dining concept, tongue-in- cheek branding and quirky interiors.
You will immediately experience the brand’s sense of spirit when entering the 120 seater steakhouse with a lively alfresco dining area. Its sleek exhibition kitchen invites you to see and engage with a team of highly trained butchers dressed in traditional chain mail aprons to ensure their chosen meat is cut to preference.
Cowhide upholstered chairs and bespoke high tables fashioned to look like wooden butchers blocks are surrounded by warm wooden veneer and a signature wall of exposed brickwork featuring vintage images of prize bulls and butchers at work.
The majority of the menu, which features a variety of signature cuts from meat flown in from Australia and the US and fresh local and international seafood, will be prepared on Bull & Butcher’s customized charcoal grill. Specials and set lunch menus will change daily and be presented on feature blackboards throughout the dining area. With generous sharing portions of popular side dishes such as creamed spinach, mashed potato and sauteÌed forest mushrooms, Bull & Butcher promises a truly authentic steakhouse experience.
iPads will be used to guide you to select your preferred cut, as well as showcase images of signature dishes. A selection of affordable wines from around the world, bottled beers, fresh juices and soft drinks will complement the menu.
The design of the foodcourt is quite similar to the old Satay Club at The Esplanade, closed in 1995.
The casual-dining space spreads over 2,000 sq m, featuring eight satay pushcarts. Apart from those, 26 other carts offer seafood, barbecued chicken wings along with local delights such as hokkien mee. The 1,000 seater foodcourt is the perfect outdoor eatery that promotes energy-saving features as it is set beneath green roofs featuring natural ventilation.
Enjoy affordable delights with family and friends in this garden setting by the waterfront. From satay to chicken rice and BBQ seafood, there's something for everyone, including a selection of Halal-certified food offerings.
Located in the lush surroundings of Dempsey Hill The Prime Society grill and steakhouse blends colonial charm with contemporary chic. Specialising in the finest Australian beef, the restaurant also serves an enticing variety of fresh seafood and vegetable dishes infused with pan-Asian flavours. The 150- seater establishment provides indoor and alfresco all-day dining in addition to a full bar.
No longer content to simply serve the best beef in town, Head Chef Dallas Cuddy brings international appeal to the table with an enticing medley of meat, seafood and vegetable dishes infused with delicate pan-Asian flavours.
Armed with an impressive culinary pedigree, Chef Cuddy is intent on entertaining you in a refined yet casual environment, where good food and wine meet value for money.
Whilst Australian beef still takes centre stage with premium grass and grain-fed meat from ethical producers such as Rangers Valley, Cape Grim and Mayura Station, Chef Cuddy has introduced lighter, tapas-style dishes to encourage sharing and create a more engaging experience.
They offer a large selection of small dishes to start the meat, giving you the opportunity to taste and discover what you enjoy most.
With signature dishes such as miso-baked black cod in lau shu fen soy broth and cured kingfish with shimeji mushroom, Chef Cuddy’s signature style focuses on seasonal produce presented with a modern Japanese twist.
Needless to say, The Prime Society’s dynamic approach to quality, integrity, diversity and innovation in food, combined with a reputation for outstanding hospitality, ensures it remains "Dedicated to the Upper Cut".
Tony Roma’s is the largest casual theme restaurant chain specializing in ribs in the world. With nearly 200 restaurant locations in 17 states, 33 countries and 6 continents, Tony Roma’s is one of the most globally recognizable names in the industry.
Tony Roma's is a full service restaurant, where you can find premier ribs and steaks. The first “Tony Roma’s” was opened in North Miami, Florida on January 20, 1972. Baby Back Ribs emerged as the house specialty with people traveling miles to sample their signature product. Tony Roma’s Place soon became one of Miami’s most popular and successful restaurants and firmly established its niche in the marketplace.
Tony Roma’s is not just a place for ribs anymore. They have expanded their menu to focus on variety. They have an extensive selection of steaks and seafood entrees along with the most unique appetizers and mini desserts in their segment today.
The new French seafood restaurant features mains like maine lobster, lamb rack, sea bass, snapper or oyster gratin and soups.
The restaurant looks like a lively, fun and modern tavern, embodying the spirit of the French seafood brasserie. The casual atmosphere complements its delectable menu of fresh "fruits de mer" from France’s Brittany, flown in twice a week.
The interior of the restaurant is composed of turquoise seats popped up against white table linens and playful mosaic walls with dark wood accents. Ceiling lamps do double-duty as funky sculptures.
Be sure to have a try at their signature dessert, the salted butter caramel lava cake. With it's delicious salty-sweet-buttery caramel slipping out from the molten centre of the cake.
PasarBella is a new collective of farmers' gourmet produces, craft retailers, food stores and personal service providers. A first of its kind in the Asia region, they aim to bring to you a feel of their favourite markets around the world.
Nestled in the heart of Bukit Timah, PasarBella features more than 70 independent gourmet grocers, speciality stores and personal services sprawled over 30,000 sqft of air cooled environment.
Treat your senses to vibrant colours, the smell of fresh produce and sounds of a bustling market, 7 days a week. Buskers, performers and star chef demonstrations blend perfectly to add to PasarBella’s pulsating atmosphere, creating the perfect place for a fun-filled family day.
With ample free parking, whether grocery shopping for the freshest fruits, vegetables, meats and seafood, or just to enjoy a cup of coffee, PasarBella is the perfect place for everyone.
Kilo at Pact is a restaurant and bar with an inclination for hearty flavours and raw spaces. Its Japanese fusion menu and concrete interiors hope to make for a different dining experience on Orchard Road.
A collaborative concept between the people behind Kilo at Kampong Bugis, menswear boutique K.I.N and hair salon PACT+ LIM, this unique space is all about style, class and quality with a twist. The 3700 sq ft area located at the corner of the second level of Orchard Central is spacious with a modern contemporary interior design.
The food served is a fusion of Japanese, Vietnamese and italian, with a special menu on the weekends for brunch. The menu includes seafood ceviche, chicken skin sushi rolls and BBQ riblets.
Enjoy K.I.N. for some fashion with a global reach. This hip men’s clothing boutique offers vintage styles with a modern twist from local and international designers, including dress shirts, sleek shoes, jackets and colorful throws.
STREET 50 restaurant and bar is a newly-opened global flavours restaurant, that will bring you the best from around the world, offering diverse flavours from Italian, French and American to Vietnamese, Indonesian and Singaporean with interesting twists.
They wanted to create a space that brings the best of global flavours into this restaurant to cater to the diverse tastes of both consumers in Singapore and visitors. The food is a delicious assortment of choices ranging from meats and seafood, Asian selections, gourmet bites to pastas and pizzas.
The Indonesian Rendang is given a resolutely European twist in the lamb Rendangwhere the rendang is applied to a fat, slow-braised lamb shank, lacing it with a rich, luscious Indonesian gravy and then topped off with dried coconut flakes. A humble roulade of Porkloin comes stuffed with wild rice to give it the already delicious dish a more full-bodied and meaty texture.
Other dishes that have made a comeback lot, stock and barrel from the world of classical French food as served in Singapore in the 70s would be the lamb Veronique featuring a grilled bone-in rib of lamb paired with a beautiful sauce made of bacon, croutons and grapes. The Steak Bordelaise is a char-grilled sirloin steak that simply comes dressed in red wine jus, served in its old-fashioned style and shows off the produce incredibly.
The bar offers a good selection of champagnes, wines, whiskies and other premium spirits.
Moojaa, a new Thai style mookata steamboat place has opened on Keong Saik Road.
The restaurant's name means "my lovely pig", a Thai nickname that Thai girls give to their boyfriends who have grown chubby. Moo Ka Ta literally means "pork skillet”" in Thai, which refers to the special way of cooking both BBQ and hot pot.
Cooking your meat over a metallic pan, you will get to enjoy their selection of pork collar slices, boneless chicken, veggies and prawns, black angus beef or cheese tofu.
The seafood and meat are picked-up every morning from the market and are marinated in their secret sauce.
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.
Cat Cora was the first and only female Iron Chef and now has several television shows, cookbooks and restaurants under her supervision.
Located inside the S.E.A. Aquarium alongside the Open Ocean Habitat, the restaurant uses sustainably sourced seafood which echoes the Marine Life Park’s mission of ensuring a healthy future for vibrant and sustainable marine, coastal and freshwater ecosystems. You will get to marvel at the tranquil marine life while you tuck into your meal.
Spathe Public House is housed in a historic brick-and-timber shophouse located in the River Valley neighborhood. Built pre-war with many original fixtures, their intention was to preserve as much of the original character of the building as possible.
The premise consists of a communal dining room and fresh produce and seafood display bar. They feature a fun sharing menu for you to have great meals and feel at home.
The restaurant draws inspiration from contemporary European cooking, which emphasizes bold flavours and fresh ingredients of the highest quality. Their menu changes seasonally and they make use of organic products whenever possible.
Their intention is to offer high quality live seafood, predominantly locally sourced crustaceans, cooked simply and most importantly, priced reasonably.
Their cocktails are guided by taste, quality and speed. With the outdoor dining environment, keeping it cold adds to the equation.
They make their very own sorbet using fresh fruits, either blending it whole or juicing. With this approach, they are able to eradicate (ice) dilution and yet maintain the cocktail at a much lower temperature (-12°C to be exact), longer than conventional ice, which changes the way cocktails are made for an al fresco setting.
Located below the Flower Dome, the new Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant is inspired by the luxurious waterfront views of Marina Bay.
The menu showcases some of the city’s favourite classics like Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab, Steamed Fish and other Chinese dishes like Roast Meats and Peking Duck, along with innovative new creations by their renowned Chef Yong Bing Ngen. The Bay’s signature “Kopi” Crab is a must-try and the Baked Rice with Seafood in Chef’s Recipe Sauce is a delightful dish, perfect for any occasion.
With a seating capacity of 110, Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant is a wonderful dining option for gatherings with family and friends. A private dining room which hosts up to 14 guests is also available for booking.
#01-10 Flower Dome, Gardens By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
With an emphasis on premium ingredients, SKIRT at the newly opened W Hotel Singapore selects the best meat and seafood available and makes them the meal’s centerpiece; both on the plate and as an element of the restaurant’s décor.
Choice Argentinean, Australian and U.S. meats are hung in “aging cabinets” alongside specialty cuts of milk-fed lamb, saltbush lamb and venison. Modern lines and surfaces, along with natural materials and soothing golden hues add to the rare atmosphere while indoor and outdoor dining options, with lush surroundings and island views, allow you to customize your experience.
On the plate, these quality cuts are paired with the freshest regional crustaceans and deep-sea fish, all grilled using renowned “parilla” and “asador” techniques that enhance natural flavors.
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.
Conceptualised by the dynamic team behind The Big Idea, which manages a stable of trendy concepts such as Kinki, Fat Cow, Marmalade Pantry and Bedrock Bar & Grill, The Pelican is the group’s latest brainchild that showcases their trademark innovation and expertise in food, design, bar and hospitality.
The Pelican’s culinary team is led by Dan Segall. The American chef has built an illustrious international career since he was 16 and chalked up over 20 years of experience at many respected establishments. The Pelican’s Head Chef, Isaac Tan, who successfully launched Bedrock Bar & Grill, also comes onboard with his rich international working experience and expertise with the wood fire grill and seafood.
The space is designed to be an intimate and convivial destination for lunch to post-dinner lounging. The Pelican’s strategic and premium waterfront locale also makes it an unparalleled watering hole for working professionals in the Central Business District to enjoy after-work tipples. Borrowing influences from the glamourous era of luxurious sea travel, The Pelican’s interior boasts an eclectic mix of vintage curios, elegant black-and-white marble-tiled flooring and large copper framed glass doors that look out to the panorama outside. The most striking features are the ceiling and wall panels that are fashioned from gleaming laser-cut copper plates for added luster. Injecting additional playful touches are the specially commissioned oversized acrylic seahorse art pieces in hot pink, as well as exposed tear-drop vintage globes on thin wires that smartly mimic the angler fish and anchor the cushy leather booth seats for groups at the main dining room. The upper deck is shared by several bigger booths and a second DJ console if the party is taken indoors.
At The Pelican, seafood is the order of the day and there are numerous deep-ocean choices to please any discerning palate. A visit to The Pelican is not complete without The Pelican Platter, the restaurant’s headliner that brims with the freshest raw oysters, clams, poached prawns, a whole crab, steamed whole Maine lobster with lobster tomalley that is stuffed into its shell, and marinated conch salad.
SushiAirways, a new Sushibar offers a panoramic first class "flying" experience unlike any other, minus the turbulence.
Strategically located at the junction of Baghdad and Bussorah Streets, the second level, 30-seater diner is helmed by Executive Chef EC Wong (former Head Chef at Grand Hyatt Singapore and is wholly owned by TETE (short for teÌte-aÌ-teÌte) Pte Ltd, a new entrant in the food & beverage business.
SushiAirways offers an extensive and reasonably priced set lunch menu. A delicious healthy garden salad with flavoursome wafu dressing is served along with freshly-made cabbage and miso soup.There are mains like the ever popular chicken and salmon teriyaki to crispy pork katsu, the smooth inaniwa udon and the colorful Airways chirashi (sushi in a rice bowl) set.
Seafood is flown in four times a week from Japan and SushiAirways strives to bring you the freshest seafood they can get their hands on. Look out for the juicy Japanese fruit tomato with sea salt. The Ankimo: monk fish liver with ponzu sauce will satisfy most seafood lovers with its smooth texture and intriguing taste.
Climbing the short flight of metal plated stairs, lighted to resemble the boarding staircase to an aircraft, you are greeted onboard by smiling friendly stewardesses. Designed and conceptualized by Singapore based OOSTUDIO, SushiAirways was made to closely resemble the legendary 1930s Douglas DC-3, an American fixed-wing propeller-driven chrome plated aircraft.
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.
Pigsfly, a new kitchen and bar at Novena Goldhill Plaza, offers a little something different to the neighbourhood. Enjoy over 50 beers, and brands like The Burger Office, La Pizza, Taylor's Fish and more to enjoy.
Pigsfly Kitchen + Baris a casual dining venue where you can get together for the love of food and beer. You will find 4 independent kitchens serving up a variety of cuisines including American Gourmet burgers, Seafood, Northern Indian and traditional Thai favourites. Pigsfly also stocks up a full bar of artisanal beers from all over the globe. There are currently over 50 varieties and counting.
This is the perfect venue for a week day lunch or after work drinks with colleagues. A great spot to catch up with friends and family over a hearty meal on weekends.
Their secret to making larger-than-life pizzas lies in the dough making process. Every morning, the dough base is prepared using a secret recipe which has been passed down from generations.
They serve 9 different tantalizing flavors. You can decide between the good old classics such as Regina, Hawaiian, Margherita, Pepperoni or try their specialty flavors such as BBQ chicken, Seafood and Roasted Duck.
Vegetarians will be relieved to know that there are also delicious Vegeterian versions available.
For those who prefer a complete meal, there are 8 different combos to choose from. They come with either a drink or a side and a drink. "The Brat Pack" is The Manhattan Pizza Co.'s kids combo in which kids they are given a gift. The Manhattan Pizza Co. also has their very own trademark items such as the Calzandwich, Candy Apples and Dough Balls with Chocolate Lava.
Whether you are alone, with friends, with your kids, or with your family, The Manhattan Pizza Co. is a very welcoming place.
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.
Turf City Shopping Mall has been turned into the The Grandstand spreading across almost two million square feet.
Nestled at the heart of Bukit Timah, The Grandstand is the perfect destination to while away the hours surrounded by fresh air, lush greenery and a discerning variety of lifestyle options. A place where families, friends and colleagues can gather to shop, dine, enjoy quality time together, or simply sit back and relax.
Experience the nearby retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city, where winding down takes on a whole new dimension.
The Grandstand, is positioned as a family and lifestyle destination with a good mix of F&B outlets, kids’ enrichment activities and other family oriented facilities, leveraging on its excellent location in an affluent neighbourhood, easy accessibility and ample car park facilities.
It is set to become the largest shopping and lifestyle hub within the prime Bukit Timah district. Re-inventing the Singapore shopping, dining and retail experience.
Split into two distinctive parts: The South Grandstand which offers 6 levels of lifestyle options and The North Grandstand which comprises 7 levels with a tenant mix designed to provide a one-stop lifestyle experience that will cater all your needs.
It is the first of its kind in Singapore, a hearty seafood restaurant catering to the French Acadienne or Cajun palette.
In rustic and authentically Creole fashion, partake of their tasty seafood boil with your bare hands and tuck into the mouthwatering flavors of Louisiana in a fun and laid back way. Sample rich, aromatic Creole styles in their menu’s garlic butter and lemon pepper variations or choose a comfortable Cajun spice level to suit your individual taste buds.
Live seafood highlights include fresh crab, lobsters, prawns and a seasonal variety of sweet ocean pickings. Pair off your sumptuous meal with a choice selection of internationally-sourced craft beers including Schneider-Weisse and Hitachino or the delectable German Weltenburger Kloster on tap.
Their restaurant is located in the cosy cluster of Jalan Riang at the heart of Upper Serangoon’s thriving residential area, setting the perfect vibe for enjoying fun times with great company.
The Boxing Crab is a new and unique seafood restaurant concept by lifestyle food service company, Food Junction Holdings Limited. Featuring an eclectic mix of seafood caught both locally as well as flown-in fresh from all over the globe, you get to choose to have your meals cooked in a variety of styles including Indonesian, Western, and Singaporean.
The 250 seater serves up classics such as the chilli & black pepper crab to the seafood mee goreng.
Adjacent to the Underwater World Singapore at Sentosa, The Boxing Crab offers dinners a VIP room with its own private balcony. Also enjoy a sheltered and unsheltered outdoor seating with a sea-facing view. Before dinner, take a stroll along the beach in the early evening to catch a glimpse of the sun setting behind the landscapes, where you will be mesmerized by the serenity of the view.
The restaurant is designed with its picture-frame effect and the textural contrast creates a contemporary yet cozy atmosphere that is conducive for both social and corporate entertainment.
The typical French bistros, is the perfect for a quick and casual meal. Bistro's superbly prepared cuisine consists of rather hearty portions at its best when accompanied by wines.
Apart from the extensive selection of seafood, duck, lamb and beef choices, the menu offers a fair selection of traditional French desserts as well. Orange and Grand Marnier soufflé, creme brûlée, warm melted Valrhona chocolate and profiteroles are some of the all time favourites.
A 4-course set dinner comprising of mostly the signature dishes is available. Their signature dishes are the duck leg confit and the red wine braised beef cheeks. Not forgetting the main highlight which is the "Entrecôte de Veau"; 500g double Peter's Farm milked veal sirloin carved and served at your table by the chef himself.
Service is great for this 100-seater restaurant, but it is in the food that you will be in for a real treat. A visit for lunch or dinner will tell you the rest of the Au Petit Salut epicurean story.
Set to open in August 2012, Mambo will be the perfect beach front destination if you are looking for a relaxed upscale casual ocean front experience with a touch of sophistication and elegance, with friends or family. Drawing its inspiration from the classic 50’s beach bars in Miami, Cuba and the Caribbean, Mambo will feature delicious grilled seafood, classic cocktails and a fun-loving atmosphere, providing a vacation-like getaway from the city's constant hustle and bustle.
Located on Siloso Beach, Singapore's hippest beach, it will be the next place for fun-loving people, day and night.
Get into your favourite bikini and take a dip. Themed bars abound, you can surf a man-made wave or chill-out in a whirlpool bath on the beach. A host of shopping options awaits, as well as tempting all-day menus from exceptional bistros and restaurants.
Siloso is synonymous with volleyball and courts are available free on a first-come-first-served basis. You can also try your hand at skim-boarding or kayaking, as well as cycling, rollerblading and other exciting beach activities.
After dark, Siloso really comes alive, with parties, music, lively bars and restaurants celebrating the beach lifestyle long into the night, every night.
A new excitement is being injected into Buona Vista, with the area’s first major mall in over 30 years opening in September 2012. A lifestyle oasis offering extended hours and alfresco chill-out options.
The Star Vista will have 110 shops across its three levels from Basement 1 to Level 2. In line with its positioning as a lifestyle mall, more than 50% of the mall’s 163,000 square feet has been set aside for dining outlets. You will enjoy extended hours alfresco chill-out options at destination F&B outlets such as Shiraz and Senor Taco.
Coffee lovers will be spoilt for choice at The Star Vista, with several aromatic blends brewing. Jamaica Blue will open its first outlet in South-east Asia at the mall.
Seafood lovers will enjoy the freshest seafood at the first Boston Seafood Diner in Singapore. Cosy and casual, the restaurant will offer the city’s favourites such as New England Clam Chowder and Lobster Bisque.
Koufu will operate a new concept at its 15,000 square feet food court at Level 2. The Kitchen will serve up healthier versions of both local favourites, such as home-made yong tau foo, and international delights. You can choose to dine alfresco amidst the lush greenery at The Star Vista.
Cold Storage will operate a 7,000 square feet supermarket at Basement 1, offering quality fresh food and convenience.
International shoe store Footin will operate its first outlet in Singapore, offering trendy and affordable shoes. Popular online fashion store Love Mi will open a physical outlet in Singapore at The Star Vista.
The environmentally-friendly building’s layout encourages air movement, resulting in a naturally cool environment in the common areas. This was made possible after studies on wind flow and the optimal ways to enhance air flow through The Star Vista, for the comfort of visitors. At the base of its spectacular 33-metre high Grand Foyer is a 200-seat amphitheatre and water feature, which helps cool breezes flow through the building.
An exciting new bar and bistro concept is opening soon. From early morning to late night, the Marché Bar and Bistro Raffles City will be pampering guests with fresh delicacies around the clock.
Marché, the originator of “front cooking“, is one of the three concepts from Marché International, one of the leading gastronomy companies specializing in high quality dining restaurants at highly frequented locations.
When it comes to display cooking you will get the feeling you are eating in a market. They prepare their meals right in front of you and provide an informal, comfortable atmosphere. Freshness and Quality are key.
A particular highlight for Raffles City's new bar and bistro is the Slim Grill. Staying true to the Marché fresh and healthy front cooking concept, the Slim Grill cooking method uses very thin slices of quality meat items or seafood cooked on a flat plate in front of you. Fresh vegetables are pan fried on the Slim Grill separately and placed on a freshly toasted Focaccia, then topped with the meat or seafood items.
Situated next to hotels and offices, it will be the perfect spot to chill out and recharge the battery in a modern atmosphere.
You'll find that Bay Sushi can be differentiated from other Japanese oriented sushi restaurants in the region by its American style roll ans sushi concept, the interior design fashioned with the theme modern luxury, the fixed-top conveyor belt that presents both hold and cold dishes on coloured plates inspired by the famous bays in the world, as well as the innovative dished created by its highly talented chefs.
The Bay plans to share the unique experience of Bay Sushi in other countries in the Southeast Asia and East Asian regions in the near future.
B2-01B Canal Level, 2 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Located at The Foundry Clarke Quay, working professionals can unwind with their live band, along with their exquisite food and drinks.
Established in March 2010, the name 'San-Sui' means 'Mountain-Water' in Japanese, true to the restaurant's belief of offering only the finest fare from mother earth and the ocean.
They were first located at One Fullerton with both indoor and outdoor seats that overlooked the new Integrated Resorts and Marina Bay. They offers flawless pairings of fine Japanese cuisine with traditional Japanese alcohols, their menu showcases a stellar range of poultry, pristine seafood and prime cuts of wagyu beef and kurobuta pork, all expertly prepared by their chefs.
The restaurant is simply elegantly designed with the use of light and dark wood furniture, stylish wall partitions and chic cement flooring.
Sansui is under the management of Tori-Tana Group. Established in 1999, the group of restaurants comprises San-Sui Sumiyaki & Bar, the brand new San-Sui Contemporary Japanese Dining & Bar and Sol Tasca. It is fronted by General Manager Suhardi Huang, a trained chef who has over 20 years experience in all aspects of F&B.
#01-06 3B River Valley Road, The Foundry Clarke Quay
A new Da Paolo has now opened at Club Street with a refreshed new look. The Da Paolo Group remains as one of Singapore's stalwarts in Italian dining. Hailing from Florence, Chef Silvio Morelli has crafted a seafood-focused menu inspired by his years of culinary training in restaurants around Europe.
The place provides a total dining experience. It begins with great service and full attention to the finest detail. It is complemented by a carefully honed wine list, featuring a selection from some of Italy's most renowned boutique vintners. Made complete with an old-world ambience engendered by elegant architectural surroundings.
The new additions to the menu are colourful and full of fresh flavors. Dishes such as the crema di crostacei, a starter of lobster, langoustine and crab-infused stock with just a hint of cream and a touch of cognac. Their signature homemade fresh pastas are still available, with new additions such as the tagliatelle bellavista, which pairs fresh tagliatelle with lobster-infused olive oil-based sauce and the juiciest cherry tomatoes.
End any meal with the indulgent delizie ai tre cioccolati, made from three different mousses - Venezuelan dark chocolate, Piedmont Gianduja hazelnut milk chocolate and Madagascar vanilla white chocolate with Sambuca caramel bits.
Back by popular demand, the former Long Jiang Restaurant (1986 to 2005) located in Crown Prince Hotel is back to offer modern Chinese fusion Seafood dishes.
Former Master Chef from Crown Prince Hotel – Chef Wong Heng Ah, together with his disciples introducing the unique recipes of seafood dishes in Long Jiang Seafood Restaurant by using the freshest live catch from the sea.
Master Chef Wong, with more than 40 years of culinary experience, continues his legacy of whipping up delicious dishes to satisfy loyal patrons. Over the years, he has won numerous awards from reputable culinary associations which affirm his talent and passion in the art of cooking.
His signature dishes include his popular inventions since 1988 – Crispy Yam Mooncake, and not forgetting other popular dishes like Crispy Chicken with Special Spicy Sauce, and Baked Cod Fish in Honey Mango Sauce.
Signature dishes like the Baked Cod Fish in Honey Mango Sauce, Soft Shell Crab with crispy bread crumbs, Local favorite Chilli crab.
There are also favorites like Crispy perfectly roasted Chicken with Special sesame and butter sauce. The unique and special dishes created by the chef team have tickled the taste buds of many patrons and keep them coming back for more.
Cozy South Italian nook for indulging in delightful cuisine & company.
Affectionately known as Capri 3, this quiet enclave, rustic charm, picturesque settings, dreamy air of merriment and romance and finger-lickin' fare of fresh-made pasta, seafood, grilled meats, pizza baked in a brick-oven built by the chef himself.
It is the ultimate international buffet in town! Buffet Town is now open in the heart of Singapore at Raffles City Shopping Centre. Bringing more than 300 buffet items over 29 item categories, Buffet Town is the newest buffet destination in town for everyone to experience the joy of eating without boundaries. Having a seating capacity of 450, diners do not have to wait too long to relish in their finest food. Once in, you can expect unlimited portions of succulent seafood, chilled prawns and mussels, big and juicy freshly shucked oysters, fresh sashimi, local delights and a lot more at just one price.
Apart from seafood, Buffet Town also offers a selection of pizzas and tempura. A pasta station serving up hearty pasta dishes to your choice of cream or tomato-base; and a full salad bar featuring fresh crunchy greens accompanied with different Japanese sauces and salad dressings prepared from home-made recipes. Diners are given a choice of chilli crab or black pepper crab with our live crabs.
Buffet Town is also set in the extravagance of atmospheres. The décor boast of modern sleek design with classy finishes that you can only find in a hotel. With lights specially chosen to illuminate a warm and cosy feel, yet bright enough for diners to engage in social activities. For families with active kids, there is a mini playground where young children (between 2 to 8 years) can enjoy themselves with various games and parents can conveniently watch over them whilst eating. With all the luxurious setting in place, one can expect hotel quality food but at a fraction of the price!
A good way to start feasting at Buffet Town is at the Sushi and Sashimi counters, such as salmon, tuna, kingfish and swordfish. Meat lovers can savour the tantalising aroma of fresh ingredients at the grill station of assorted tender meats; a lip-smacking Beef Sirloin, or a sizzling marinated Pork Chop. There’s also the Robatayaki counter where you can enjoy the omega-goodness of grilled mackerel. More blazing hot items can be found at the Teppanyaki station where you can have a combination of Juicy Meats, assorted Vegetables and Seafood, all skilfully prepared.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, founded in 1972 in New Orleans and authentically rooted in its Louisiana culinary heritage, is the world's second-largest quick-service chicken concept based on number of units. Popeyes has over 1,950 restaurants in the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Cayman Islands, and 26 foreign countries.
Popeyes is the world's second largest quick-service chicken concept based on the number of units. Within the QSR industry, Popeyes distinguishes itself with a unique "New Orleans" style menu that features spicy chicken, chicken sandwiches, chicken tenders, fried shrimp and other seafood, jambalaya, Red Beans and Rice and other regional items. Popeyes is a highly differentiated QSR brand with a passion for its New Orleans heritage and flavorful authentic food.
Popeyes serves food the world craves and is continuing to expand its global reach. As of December 26, 2010, the Company operated and franchised 1,977 Popeyes restaurants in 45 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Cayman Islands and 26 foreign countries.
Popeyes opened Singapore’s first outlet in Singapore Changi Airport in 2001, and now has a total of 10 outlets following their recent opening at Orchard Xchange in the heart of Orchard Road . Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is a Halal certified establishment in Singapore.
• Ang Mo Kio Jubilee Entertainment Centre
• Bedok Point
• Century Square
• Downtown East
• Orchard Xchange
• Punggol East
• Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3
• Singapore Flyer
• Square 2
• The Cathay
The 1st floor is a casual style bar overlooking the Singapore river, serving up appetizers and drinks. The 2nd floor is a buffet restaurant where you can enjoy fresh seafood and a variety of Japanese, Western and Chinese dishes. A spacious environment for that unique meal experience.
Kobe's and Yokohama’s "all-you-can-eat" premium Japanese-Western seafood buffet restaurant, Fisherman's Market, has finally made its way to our shores! This is the first restaurant that Create Restaurants Co. Ltd, a well-established Japanese company with a portfolio of over 110 food concepts including Japanese, Western, Chinese and Asian food, has opened outside of Japan.
The restaurant boasts a sumptuous array of over 90 food dishes that will satiate any buffet fan. Sprawling across a total floor space of 10,000 sq ft, Fisherman's Market consists of a full bar and diner on the first level with 60 seats where you can have cocktails over an a la carte lunch or dinner overlooking the Singapore River.
On the second level is a 300-seater space that is perfect and cosy for a satisfying treat, catered to the buffet patrons.
With seafood freshly flown in from South Asia, Australia, North America and around the world, the buffet dishes include freshly prepared sushi, oysters, sashimi, and even local delights such as their specialty, chilli crab. What's more, native Itamae (Sushi chefs) are at hand to prepare the sushi, with an emphasis on authenticity to bring you nothing but the finest in ingredients and most sumptuous in taste.
Apart from seafood, other selections include Ratatouille, Pescatore pasta, pizzas, Teppanyaki Pork and Beef, and Sukiyaki. And nothing quite completes a buffet like an array of sumptuous desserts and cakes. So, diners can choose from a delectable assortment of treats catering to the sweet tooth in you, such as crème brûlée, tiramisu, and macedonia.
The Paradise Group started with Seafood Paradise at Defu Lane as a 25-seater zi char stall in 2002. Started by the young and enterprising Eldwin Chua with just one helper, he cooked, took orders and served a menu of well-executed original dishes to entice diners to an admittedly out of the way location. Under its umbrella are Taste Paradise, a contemporary Chinese restaurant with exquisite Cantonese fare and Seafood Paradise at Singapore Flyer serving local and international fare.
Seafood Paradise at the Singapore Flyer is a flagship restaurant made for such an iconic location. The Singapore Flyer attracting local, regional and international attention needs a food and beverage partner that embraces the challenge of catering to a wide range of expectations and one that would fly the Singapore flag high and Seafood Paradise@Flyer steps up to the plate.
Seafood Paradise at Defu Lane had humble beginnings as a 25-seater zi char stall in 2002 when young and enterprising Eldwin Chua started offering a menu of well-executed original dishes to entice diners to an admittedly out of the way location.
Seafood Paradise has recently opened its 3rd and 4th outlets here in the east and west of Singapore at Changi Airport and Bukit Panjang respectively.
Senja-Cashew Community Club, 101 Bukit Panjang Road, #02-01 and Changi Airport Terminal 2, 60 Airport Boulevard #036-059 Level 3
Tel: +65 67669813 (Bukit Panjang) and +65 62149655 (Changi)
Paris - An active city, which gathers modern, stylish, fashion and delicious food.
Pariss Buffet and Banquet Restaurant infuses modern construction art with good food and wine to bring out the beauty and harmony of Paris, the City of Lights. When their Chefs wave their skilled hands to create the dishes, they will bring your 5 senses to new heights: which are your Sight, Sound, Taste, Smell and most importantly, Feeling. Through their dishes, they will most certainly convey the happiness, delight and joy that is around you.
Paris, the beautiful French Capital, bursts charm in its own unique way. Stroll down the city streets and you can smell the rich aroma of robust coffee, accompanied with the smell of fresh, slightly-burnt bread. Make your way to the fair! You will find fresh fruits and vegetables, lightly misted with water droplets, filled up to the brim of wooden barrels. Along the red-brick street, florists are full of blooming flowers and arm-inarm couples, young and old, dot the walkway. With the warm sunshine, the good food and the jaunty atmosphere, it makes one feel surrounded with bliss and happiness.
The delicacies that the Pariss Buffet line offer are similarly interesting and attractive to the palate.
With the old world ambience of France, Paris in view, they strive to bring good food together. Let them bring you on an out-of-this world trip to savour the tanginess of French wine, appreciate the swift slicing knife skill which is required for excellent Sashimi and the ability of their Mediterranean Sea appetizers which will tease your taste buds to no end. Dine at Pariss International to enjoy authentic Thai and Vietnam cuisine, traditional Oriental cuisine and worldly acclaimed delicious food from all around the world.
Over 10,000 sq ft of well-decorated area at Marina Square, with big round dining tables and large VIP rooms.
6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square Shopping Center, #03-128A
After a closure of more than one year, Singapore’s first air-conditioned wet market, Elias 1, previously named White Sands New Market, opened on March 1. It was first bought out by supermarket chain Sheng Siong after it suffered repeated losses.
The new market offers a colour coding system which differentiates all the items sold and an electronic payment and weighing system to reduce customers’ waiting time.
Market stalls at Elias 1 are divided into different sections according to a colour coding system. Colours like green, yellow, orange and blue are used for identification of the various sections and to reduce browsing time. For example, the meat section is classified under the yellow zone and all the staff working in this area wear yellow.
This is one of the cleanest and most high-tech markets we have ever been to. Not only are the floors dry, the layout of the stalls is very neat and the air-con is adequately strong. Located ten minutes away from Pasir Ris MRT, Elias 1 is at the heart of Pasir Ris, making it easily accessible for residents nearby. Its central location and refurbished new look have already attracted customers, as seen from the thousands of shoppers who attended the opening.
Elias 1 also features well-equipped digital cashier terminals and bar code scanners, compared to traditional wet markets which use weighing scales. The prices of the items sold at Elias 1 are relatively similar to those sold at other wet markets.
Roughly the size of four retail shops combined, the market features a wide variety of fresh food and poultry. The range of items sold includes processed meat, vegetables, seafood and eggs. In addition, the wet market also comprises of a dried food section, where it sells carbonated drinks, instant noodles and chocolates – a common sight found in the modern day supermarket.
Opened daily from 7am to 10pm, Elias 1 operates six hours longer than usual markets. The additional hours provide a convenience for customers who want to purchase fresh groceries after their busy work schedule.
A throwback to mainland Singapore in the 60s, Pulau Ubin (Granite Island) is home to the last remaining kampongs (villages) of today. Redevelopment plans are already in place to modernise the island. Sad to say, memories of the idyllic utopia are slowly fading away. But not in the mind of Chef Kuang who has an unfaltering devotion to preserve the Ubin heritage. Laboriously honing his culinary skills to perfection since the tender age of 13, Chef Kuang whips up traditional dishes with freshness and taste unique to Ubin.
Nestled within the quiet neighbourhood of Greenwood Avenue, the rustic charm of Ubin Seafood is undeniable. Going against the prevalent trend of upmarket seafood restaurants, Chef Kuang aims to provide a holistic Ubin experience second to none. Ubin exudes a welcoming vibe that’s like home to anyone seeking solace away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
30 years ago, in the sleepy hollow that is Pulau Ubin (Granite Island), a young boy grew up in compelling circumstances which required that he helped out at home whilst his parents earned a living outside. At a tender age of 13, when most teenagers thrive on mindless misadventures and frivolous indulgences, Chef Chua, being a filial son spent most of his "play time" hovering over the kitchen stove preparing daily meals for the family.
Instead of falling through the cracks of society, the young Chef Chua paid it forward and honed his culinary skills to perfection. As time unfolded and he entered adulthood, he started his very own Ubin Seafood. Today, paying homage to the place he grew up and loved, Ubin Seafood has surfaced in the salubrious enclave of Bukit Timah. Indeed, Ubin Seafood has come a long way.
Singapore Food Trail, an exciting concept dining attraction which brings back the nostalgic feel and charm of Singapore in the 1960s, officially opened at Singapore Flyer on 25 February 2011.
The more than 800-seat food place will have themed interior design and setting from the past, as well as some makeshift stalls along the roadside to enhance your dining experience. Canopies lining the area will provide comfort and shield for outdoor diners, who can reminisce the good old days while tucking into famous local fares and familiar food of the past, such as the ice balls, kachang puteh and many more. Some vendors include Hill Street Tai Wah Pork Noodles, Boon Tat Street Barbeque Seafood, Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh, and Alhambra Padang Satay.
So take a step back to Singapore in the olden days, and join them in enjoying this special dining experience!
Donoma is the newest restaurant on Keong Saik Rd, serving an urban American cuisine in a contemporary setting, filling in a modest conservative shophouse on an historical street, comfortably out of reach of the city’s increasingly glitz and glamour. The menu is grounded in a small selection of finely done standards that are use to signify upscale contemporary American cooking.
Meal types include American (New), American (Traditional), Breakfast, Brunch, Burgers, Cajun/Creole, Diners, Hot Dogs, Latin American, Sandwiches, Seafood, Singaporean, Southern, Steakhouse, Tex-Mex, Vegan and Vegetarian.
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.
Featuring their New Outlet Little Fish Shop by Greenwood Fish Market & Bistro, carrying exotic Coldwater Seafoods from the rich and pristine waters off Australia, New Zealand, Boston, USA, Norway, Alaska.
Being Direct Importers, they are able to procure quality seafood produce, flown in weekly Featuring Live Oysters, Mussels and Clams, Wild Aussie Eastern King Prawns and their Super Lobster Bash, Live Boston Lobsters @ $29.95 each (every Monday).
Their new cosy and trendy abode of 64-seats will be operating everyday @ nex.
Todai restaurants are family oriented and offer a wide selection of food to appeal to a range of tasters that are considered Asian Fusion Entrees. In addition to a wide assortment of cold dishes including sushi (maki, nigiri, gunkan), Todai also features signatures dishes that are served year round, from snow crab legs to green mussels to cocktail shrimps.
Most of the salad dishes are Asian fusion dishes that are in house prepared, from Poached Salmon to Seaweed salad, Chicken Almond Salad and more. Hot Entrée selections include International dishes that are commonly served in China, Japan, Thailand, Korea, Vietnam and more. The Dessert bar also offers a flavor of International fusion pastries, from Italian Tiramisu to Japanese Green Tea Cheesecake, French Crème Puffs & Crème Brulee, American Blueberry Cheesecake and more.
Newly added menu items include "made to order" corners, from Crepe corner, sushi hand roll corner, tepanyaki corner and Noodle corner. Todai also serves domestic and imported beers, wine and sake. Elmer Dills, famous Los Angeles food critic, once described Todai as "The Mother of All Seafood Buffets".
The first Todai Restaurant opened in Santa Monica in 1985. By 1997, ten Todai Restaurants were in business in major Southern California cities such as Glendale, Orange, Woodland Hills, and Studio City. Recognizing the potential for growth and the viability of a International seafood & sushi buffet business concept, several investors formed Todai Franchising, LLC in 1997 and began franchising the concept. In 1998, TFL was restructured under the new leadership of Mr. Hans Kim as CEO. Under his leadership, the Company opened the first company-owned store in San Jose, CA in 1998 and the first overseas store in Hong Kong in 2002. In 2006, TFL assigned its intellectual property as well as franchisor rights to Todai SSB, Inc. Todai SSB, Inc. continues to grow the Todai concept, bringing new Todai Restaurants worldwide, from Beijing, China to Seoul Korea and now Singapore!
Platypus Test Kitchen offers a flurry of mediterranean & itallian dishes inspired by the flavours of arromatic olive oils, the freshest seafood and farm animals grazing by the Amalfi coast. They give you the best homey vibes together with their friendliest staff. As they are a test kitchen, they will be continuously testing out new recipes and streamlining their processes so their amazing food also comes out really fast!
Seductive appetizers, delectable entrées, elegant desserts and in-bed aphrodisiacs!!
You'll find all your favourite seafood dishes from Palm Beach Seafood, Seafood International, Tung Lok and Jumbo Seafood there under one roof. The 8,000 sq ft colonial-themed duplex, which can seat 260 diners, costs more than $2 million to start up and will open on Oct 23. Seafood delights include crispy baby squid, dragon fruit lobster salad with lumpfish caviar, wasabi mayonnaise prawns and braised live jade tiger abalone.
Seafood Republic, Waterfront, Resorts World Sentosa, #01-00
"Mu" means pork and "kata" is the name of a barbeque plate in Thai. Mookata is a self-cooking Thai style barbeque restaurant that is opening up a traditional thai seafood experience in the heart of Katong this week.
With their selection of high-quality meats, seafoods, vegetables and specially prepared sauce, cooked and grilled in a hot pot of rich superior broth simmering over charcoal at your table.
A must try charcoal grill steamboat restaurant for you and your hungry friends.
This bar, restaurant, fish market was Inspired by restaurateur Anthony Wong's visits to Fremantle WA. It has indoor seating, but the best place is on the airy alfresco verandah which overlooks Central and the occasional tourist bumboat. Head there during the evenings when it's cooler, or just after the rain. There's also a retail market which sells fresh and marinated seafood.
This riverside outdoor space has the classic open air wharf-side seafood feel. With its teak furniture setting, this is the perfect place to kick back for a relaxed seafood feast, Choose from NZ Snapper, NZ Gurnard, Barramundi or Shrimp. Or go for the classic seafood basket.
Don Quijote is the chivalric main character in a fictional Spanish novel titled "El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha", translated as "The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha". In episodic fashion, the novel narrates the exploits of Don Quijote who, obsessed with tales of chivalry, roves the lands in search of adventure. Accompanied by his skinny horse Rocinante and his sidekick Sancho Panza, he asks to be bestowed knighthood by an innkeeper that he thinks is the lord of a castle and battles wind mills that he believes to be ferocious giants.
Not surprisingly, Don Quijote becomes the subject of many cruel jokes. The novel eventually ended with him regaining his full sanity and renouncing all chivalry. Recognised as one of the world's best works of fiction, the novel went on to inspire many artists in the musical, literary and filmmaking fields.
Today, Don Quijote is the name of an authentic Spanish restaurant with branches in Macao and Singapore. Famed for our critically acclaimed tapas and traditionally made Spanish fare like the Paella Valencia, Don Quijote offers an extensive Spanish menu including over twenty five tapas, savoury soups, fresh seafood and salads, delectable pastas and very succulent meats.
Only the freshest ingredients are used in making
each and every one of our dishes where you'll be left wanting nothing
more. Complete your gastronomic adventure with selected choice wines, a
bar that pours the best cocktails and Sangria that's absolutely divine.
Don Quijote's contemporary and friendly setting appeals to one and all
and combined with fine Spanish fare, you'll be set for truly indulgent
Oyster Bar is a European-styled champagne and seafood bar situated most-fittingly on the side of Marina Bay harbour. Oysters will be flown in from a whole-host number of countries, including France, New Zealand, Ireland, Japan and Canada prepared in several ways from freshly shucked to marinated in shooters. Aside from oysters, the bar also serves Russian caviar, Norwegian salmon and Spanish Jamon Iberico along with a selection of champagne cocktails.