Since the days of the long queue for an pan from the Yaohan food hall and the then novel concept of free flow salad bar of Ponderossa, Plaza Singapura has been a food destination for local Singaporeans of all ages. Located along Singapore’s prime shopping street, Orchard Road, the mall has been expanded to incorporate The Atrium@Orchard. The expanded Plaza Singapura is now home to a wide range of cuisines from all over the world. It is a Singapore food paradise in Orchard Road.
The dining options in Plaza Singapura are varied and exciting. You can find kiosks selling take-aways like Korean fried chicken and British fish & chips, casual diners like Lokkee, Arteastiq, Nam Nam, Bangkok Jam and Skinny Pizza, Chinese and Japanese restaurants as well as Michelin-starred Hong Kong dim sum restaurant Tim Ho Wan as well as Hong Kong Noodle House. Al fresco dining, local and international coffee chains and a spiffy looking food court add to the allure of Plaza Singapura as a dining destination.
A brief overview of what is currently available is below.
Tokyo Walker is like a Japanese food corner offering a selection of Japanese food from hot pot to ramen and desserts.
Hanamidori is a new Japanese restaurant serving “Mizutaki” – a type of chicken hot-pot. See our review.
Hanamidori in a section of Plaza Singapura called the Tokyo Walker which houses several other Japanese outlets – Ajisen Ramen, Kazokutei and Fruit Paradise Dining.
There are a number of other Japanese restaurants in the mall.
Coco Ichibaya – famous curry house from Japan with a wide variety of Japanese Curry.
Tsukada Nojo – Known for its collagen soup beauty pot; specialty chicken and ramen.
Suki-Ya – Shabu Shabu and Sukiyaki buffet.
Nana’s Green Tea
A Japanese cafe that sells green tea drinks and desserts as well as udons and sushi rolls.
Ichiban Sushi – conveyor belt sushi and sashimi, udon and set meals.
Kai Sushi & Robatayaki – Japanese classics such as Nigiri Sushi, Chirashi and Robatayaki.
Itacho Sushi – Hand Made Sushi Specialist using fresh ingredients from Japan.
There are several good Chinese restaurants to choose from.
Lao Beijing – traditional Roast Peking Duck, Beijing-style Sweet and Sour Fish, Xiao Long Bao, Guo Tie, Jiao Zi and other authentic Northern Chinese favourites .
Nanjing Impressions seeks to recreate the prosperity of the capital of China’s eastern Jiangsu province in the olden days – with live cooking and serving the favorite Nanjing snacks, dim sum, appetizers, noodles, soups, dumplings, desserts and liquors.
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Hong Kong Wonton Noodles – Pig’s Trotter in Red Fermented Beancurd Sauce, Stewed Beef Brisket, Deep Fried Dash Fish Ball with Salted Clam Sauce with Hong Kong’s style wonton noodles. See our post – Wanton (云吞) vs Dumplings (水饺) at Hong Kong Wonton Noodle.
Din-Gi Noodle House – handmade noodles.
Old Street Bak Kut Teh
Koi Plus – Taiwanese bubble milk tea, luxurious Chinese tea, cakes and waffles as well as high tea sets are available.
South East Asian
South East Asian Cuisines are well represented in Plaza Singapura.
Nam Nam Noodle Bar
One of the biggest Nam Nam outlets to get your fix for pho and other Vietnamese street food.
With the Korean wave sweeping Singapore, there will be more than a few food places in Plaza Singapura offering Korean food.
Seorae – serves signature Korean galmaegisal, Korean Charcoal BBQ, Dessert Bing Soo and various other other Korean dishes.
Manna Story – rich traditional Korean cuisines.
Asian, Western & Fusion
Various Asian, European and fusion cuisines can all be found in this little Singapore food paradise.
4 Fingers Crispy Chicken – casual diner serving crispy chicken, with no MSG and no preservatives, in a variety of flavours.
Patbingsoo Korean Dining House offers Korean savouries and a wide range of Bingsoo.
Hoshino Coffee – Japanese style Western cafe offers hand drip coffee and souffle as well as ice cream, salad and pasta.
The Soup Spoon
Ambush – A modern casual European diner offering mussels from Belgium, paella from Spain sausages from Germany and a wide variety of other European dishes.
Xin Wang Hong Kong Café – Street favourites of Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai and Singapore can be found in this cafe.
Secret Recipe – Well known for its cakes; and also offers pasta, pies, sandwiches and salads.
Skinny Salads – Asian-inspired salads and wraps.
The usual familiar names are there.
The basement food hall also has varied and interesting offerings.
There are a number of outlets outside the mall as well for take-away as well as al fresco dining.
Muchos Mexican – Facebook Page
Mexican cuisine and Margarita.
Malaysian favorites such as Nasi Lemak, Chicken Rice, Curry Laksa andPrawn Mee in air-conditioned comfort or the breezy outdoor.
WOOW Dessert Bar – shave ice, ice cream and other colourful desserts.
There must of course be a food court. Located on the sixth level it is newly done up and look quite nice.
Kopitiam Food Court
There are many other food outlets in Plaza Singapura to discover. Plaza Singapura is truly a Singapore food paradise in Orchard Road.
Based on the list of Halal-certified Eating Establishments on MUIS website, halal-certified outlets include Burger King, McDonald’s, Manhattan Fish Market, Nando’s, Papparich and Secret Recipe.
Note: New car park rates at Plaza Singapura from 1 Jan 2017.
68 Orchard Road
Tel: +65 6332 9770
Nearby Station : Dhoby Ghaut