Millenia Walk is often associated with stylish shops and fashion-savvy shoppers. The mall also boasts a wide variety of food and beverage outlets with a good mix of cuisines. There you can find the new healthy diner, elemen, serving vegetarian dishes, microbrewery, Paulaner Brauhaus, and a new Japan food street with restaurants like Chabuton and Saboten. Finding something to eat in Millenia Walk is not a problem; deciding what to eat there may be another matter.
It seems more dining options will be added to Millenia Walk soon. A brief overview of what is currently available is below.
Bel Mondo – Italian Kitchen
Tel: 6336 3348
Features Mediterranean flavours such as tangy tomato sauces, olive oil and fresh seafood and good wine. Pizza, pasta, fish and chicken are on the menu. Read our review here.
Tel: 6883 2033
This is the place for craft beer and bar food. Pasta and local dishes like Nasi Goreng, Satay and Carrot cake are also on the menu.
A gourmet grocer, bakery and eatery with the philosophy of cooking with fresh ingredients sourced directly from the farmers. It offers seasonally‐changing menus of fusion cuisine. See our post Plentyfull – new diner at Millenia Walk.
Tel: 6493 2997
Coffee & Toast
Tel: 6337 7561
Tel: 6238 0511
Western and Asian-vegetarian dishes that appeal to those who with concerns for the well being of the Earth and personal health.
Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro
Tel: 6336 7234
Swedish food with $19.90 set lunch on weekdays.
Tel: 6333 4438
Pastas, pastries, sandwiches and other hearty dishes with coffee from 8 in the morning. See our post on the new Kith outlet here.
Tel: 6338 3831
Vietnamese cuisine with signature dishes such as Saigon Hotpot, Grilled Praw, Mixed Roll and Grilled Eggplant.
Tel: 6336 5606
A cozy and simply decorated restaurant offers variations on the classic Italian dishes inspired by cities all over the world. see Marco Marco Pizza at Millenia Walk, Singapore.
Miharu Sapporo Ramen
Tel: 6733 8464
Ramen with Nishiyama noodles specially imported from Japan.
Tel: 6837 3918
Tel: 6837 3242
Steaks, ribs, chicken, lamb chops, burgers and a wide range of other Australian favourites. They have Au-some lunch specials from $12.90 on weekdays.
Tel: 6883 2572
German Microbrewery & Restaurant with a wide range of Bavarian dishes and desserts.
Tel: 6333 1171
The place for a wide range of Japanese food with imported Japanese rice and fish transported to Singapore by a special patented method (while the fish sleep) to ensure freshness.
Sandaime Bunji Facebook
Tel: 6333 1516
Sendai Specialty Ox Tongue, Stingray Fin, Breaded Oyster and Oden are among the interesting dishes on the menu of Abezen’s first restaurant outside Japan. See post Sandaime Bunji – Japanese restaurant at Millenia Walk.
Tel: 6338 9721
Tel : 6338 1700
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Tel: 6338 4577
Tel : 6238 1945
Serves quite a wide variety of deep fried food – either as individual pieces or in the form of bento meals that range from $7.80 to $15.80. see post Teppei Syokudo at Takashimaya.
Tel: 6338 0717
A treasury of wines with an extensive menu offering Swiss rostis, fish, grills, sausages, fondues as well as Asian items like Indian potato croquettes and Vietnamese spring rolls and much more.
Tel: 6238 6893
see Tea at Tart Blanc.
Joe & Dough
Tel: 6337 0938
Tel: 6336 9427
Tel: 6338 7578
Tel: 6337 3575
Japanese bakery using fresh ingredients and homemade yeast.
Fumée is a deli grocer specializing in cheese and cured meats. There is an alfresco and indoor dining area. A popular hangout for after-work drinks.
There is a Japanese food cluster – Nihon Food Street.
Tel: 6341 9668
Omakase and the exotic delicacies with fresh ingredients air flown thrice a week directly from Japan.
Tel: 6238 1123
Sushi, Sashimi, Set meal and Niigata food such as Hegi Soba and Tochioage. SeeTomi Sushi @ Millenia Walk, almost like being in Japan
Casual Izakaya restaurant and bar featuring Yakitori, Kushikatsu, and Ramen.
Tel: 6837 3432
Tonkastu restaurant serving premium pork lightly coated with bread crumbs accompanied with special sauce made of onions, carrots, tomatoes, apples and spices and wonderful refreshing salad.
Ramen restaurant from Japan where the chef is apparently the first ramen chef to receive a Michelin star!
Current Carpark Charges
Mon to Fri: 7am to 6pm
$3.30 for the first hour,
$1.10 for every subsequent 1/2 hour
Mon to Fri: 6pm to 7am
$2.20 per entry
Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays
7am to 7am (next day):
$2.20 for first 2 hours, $1.10 for every subsequent hour
9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: 6883 1122
Operating Hours: 10am to 10pm
Nearby Stations: Promenade, Esplanade