Capitol Piazza – shops and restaurants around the new Capitol Theatre

Capitol Piazza

Capitol Piazza

(Updated August 2016) After years of work, the project to redevelop the old Capitol theatre and its adjoining buildings into a theatre/residential/retail complex, the Capitol Development is now almost complete.

From what we can gather, there will be a hotel (The Patina), a condominium (Eden Residences), a theatre (the Capitol Theatre) and a retail component called Capitol Piazza. The theatre and the Capitol shopping mall are now complete and open to the public. We are of course curious to see how the place has been transformed and in particular what restaurants and f & b outlets are setting up there. Here is a quick look at the transformed Capitol building and the Capitol Piazza shops & restaurants.

Capitol Piazza


Capitol Piazza shops & restaurants

Capitol Piazza at Stamford Road

The whole development is white, very crisp and with modern parts blending well with the conserved areas. Don’t forget your sunglasses as it is blindingly bright on a hot Singapore afternoon.The Capitol Theatre looks magnificent. The view of the combination of the modern with the St Andrew’s Cathedral also works quite well.

Will they use tickets like this again?

Capitol Piazza221

Capitol Theatre Singapore

Capitol Piazza shops & restaurants

Capitol Piazza is spread out over two main buildings named Neue and Galleria respectively. Neue is directly linked to the City Hall MRT Station.

Capitol Piazza 20152

Retail Shops

Many shops are now open for business. There is a nice mix of familiar names and interesting new-to-Singapore concepts .

Napapijri (a fashion boutique opening its first store in Singapore) and Doc Martens are amongst the first to be operating in the mall. The whole stretch of shopfronts at street level of the Capitol building facing St Andrew’s Cathedral carries the high-end watch brands by Cortina Watch.

Other shops include Benjamin Baker (men’s shirts), Carmina (handmade shoes), Alexandre de Paris (up-market hair accessories), Converse, Soap StoriesMarimekko (brightly coloured prints and related products), The Reckless Shop and SabrinaGoh (Singapore designer labels – yay!), Manifesto (minimalist multi-brand concept store), Branche Hair & Nail, Via Bus Stop (Japanese multi-brand store) Pink Parlour Prestige (waxing, hair and nails), Truefitt & Hill (world’s oldest barbershop!),.417 (skincare products), Eagle’s Eye Art Gallery and quite a few others.

Doc Martens at Capitol

Capitol Building Singapore

Aesop at Capitol

Food & Beverages

Our main interest however remains focused on the places to eat. The restaurants have been opening at a staggered pace. It seems like most of the food places are now operational.

(Closed) Ramen & Tonkatsu Ma Maison (B2-51 Neue) – Japanese restaurant featureing Hokkaido Cheese Ramen and Ma Maison’s signature Tonkatsu. Read our review here.

Ramen & Tonkatsu Ma Maison

(Closed) Ryu’s Japanese Restaurant (L1-87 Galleria) – is a small Japanese restaurant taking up the innermost space in the Galleria side. This seems to be Ryu’s first overseas branch outside Japan and the sake collection looks interesting. See our post Ryu’s Japanese Restaurant & Sake Bar – Great value set meals.

Ryu’s Japanese Restaurant

Ryu's Japanese Restaurant Capitol4

1933 (GL-83 Gallerie) – Asian flavours and Western fare from the 1930s era given a modern interpretation. You can read our review on 1933 here.

1933 Capitol Piazza

(Closed) TAP Craft Beer Bar (GL-88/90 Galleria) – more beer – Cheers!

Tap Craft Beer

TAP Beer at Capitol Piazza

TAP at Capitol

Equilibrium (01-86 Galleria) – by the owners of Italian restaurant Supply & Demand at Orchardgateway. You can read our review here.

Equilibrium at Capitol

Equilibrium at Capitol

Hoshino Coffee (B2-55 Neue)

Hoshino Coffee at Capitol Piazza

Hoshino Coffee at Capitol Piazza

Gelare (B2-32 Neue)

Capitol Piazza Gelare

Nalan Vegetarian Restaurant (B2-54 Neue)



Palette (B1-20/27 Neue) – a new concept food hall with a collection of local eateries such as Ah Yat Seafood, IndoChili, Ah Koong Restaurant, Balestier Bak Kut Teh etc. – see Palette at Capitol Piazza (renamed Food Republic).

Palette at Capitol

Palette at Capitol

Palette food court at Capitol

May 2016 update – Palette has been transformed into a Food Republic Food Court.

Food Republic at Capitol-4

Capitol Piazza Food Court

Capitol Piazza – shops and restaurants around the new Capitol Theatre – can be an exciting food destination. Stay tuned. We will update this page when we next visit the new Capitol Theatre.

F&B Directory

Here is the restaurant and food directory as at August 2016.

Capitol Piazza Directory

Capitol Piazza is directly linked to he City Hall MRT Station. The entrance to the underground carpark is along Coleman Lane and carpark charges during peak hours will be $1.40 per half hour or part thereof (for rates see

Capitol Piazza Car Park

Capitol Piazza
13 Stamford Road
Singapore 178905

Opening Hours:
Arcade and Neue
Monday to Sunday – 10:30am to 10:30pm

Sunday to Thursday – 10:30am to 12:00am
Friday Saturday & Eve of Public Holidays – 10:30am to 3:00am

Nearby MRT Stations: City Hall, Bras Basah

Capitol Piazza Singapore


  1. Hi, I’ve made a visit to your mall and love the place a lot, nice environment even though most shops are not open. EXCEPT the rude attitude of your security guard (an old Indian bald headed guy especially). Kindly do something about it or AT LEAST teach them some basic respect and manners. Thank you.

  2. I have visited your mall and everything went well. Only to have a rude security guard spoiling e whole experience. It’s a Malay security guard. I think u need to do something about ur security guards , they need some basic respect disciplines. They were unltimtely rude.

      1. Hi Esther ,
        Thanks for reading our blog and we are sorry to hear about your experience. We are just bloggers and are not related to the mall. You may wish to write to the mall. Anyway, hopefully someone from the mall will read your comment and do something.
        The Ordinary Patrons

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