Suntec City shopping mall has been undergoing major transformations over the past 20 months or so. If your last visit to Suntec City was when Carrefour was still there, then it is likely that you will not recognise the new place, other than the Suntec fountain of wealth. Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of Suntec City Food Places and Restaurants that we have tried.
We have provided links to our reviews which will contain more information about each restaurant. As restaurant details such as menus and opening hours often change, we recommend that you check with the restaurants for the current information
PasarBella Suntec City is a food hall with a riot of colours and flavours. Inspired by the Lower East Side of New York City, there are street art and interesting “graffiti” on the walls but what really attracted us was the wide variety of food – from chilli crabs to poke bowls and Korean Fried Chicken. Read our review – PasarBella Suntec City.
For tempura that does not break the bank, we suggest tempura rice bowls (tendon) at Tempura Kohaku which opened in July 2016 in Suntec City. It is one of the restaurants in the Eat-At-Seven Japanese food cluster. Read our review : Tempura Rice Bowls at Kohaku Tempura Restaurant at Suntec City.
Olivia & Co Cafe
Olivia & Co Suntec City is a new cafe (opened April 2016) that serves the usual Western food selections – all day breakfast, sandwiches and burgers etc. They however injected some variations to these common items and given them catchy names such as “Ginza Burger” and “Hanoi Wings. Read Olivia & Co Suntec City – new cafe.
Ginza Lion Beer Hall
Ginza Lion Beer Hall Suntec CIty is a large restaurant inspired by the German beer halls. Beers and other alcoholic beverages are aplenty here. The food served are similar to those you find at German beer halls. Meat and sausages are featured prominently. But there is also a wide range of other food such as pasta. Read our review: Ginza Lion Beer Hall Suntec City, Singapore.
Dallas Restaurant & Bar
The Dallas Restaurant & Bar is housed in a glass cube on the roof top of the Suntec City Mall. The restaurant serves what is best described as “Western” cuisine including items such as pastas, burgers and steaks. Read our review: NEW Dallas Restaurant & Bar at Suntec Sky Garden.
Sumiya Suntec City is an izakaya style Japanese restaurant. Its highlight is the Irori Genshiyaki, an old style of grilling over charcoal flame. Fish on skewers are vertically grilled over an irori (charcoal bed) so that the surface of the fish stays crisp while retaining the succulence of the meat inside. Read our review Sumiya Suntec City – Japanese restaurant for Seafood, Sake & Grill.
Guksu Restaurant is a popular Korean restaurant in Suntec City which specialises in Jeongol or Korean style hotpot meals. Read our review: Guksu Restaurant – Korean cuisine at Suntec City.
Cafe Nigiro is one of the seven restaurants at “Eat at Seven”, a cluster of Japanese restaurants located on the third level of Suntec CIty near the Sky Garden. Read our review: Nigiro Cafe, Eat at Seven at Suntec City – a group of 7 new Japanese restaurants.
Kimchi Korean Restaurant has a bright and spacious interior and serves a wide range of Korean cuisine. Read our review here.
Din Tai Fung
Din Tai Fung, the Chinese restaurant that is famous for their xiao long bao needs no introduction. Read our review : What is there to eat at Din Tai Fung apart from xiao long bao?
The Workshop Element Cafe, or W.E. Cafe, is a cafe at that takes up an open concept space on the second level near Suntec Tower Two. Read our review here.
The IndoChine Group has two establishments in the Sky Garden – Arn Nan Bar & Bistro and Saint Ma Restaurant. Saint Ma restaurant is designed to give the open-air garden experience, offering views of the landscaped garden and city skyline. The menu of Saint Ma at Suntec Sky Garden features a mixture of IndoChinese, Western and fusion dishes. Read our post on Saint Ma here.
This is the end of The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of Suntec City Food Places and Restaurants that we have tried. Please visit again as we will be adding to this list as we continue eating.
Here are some other food places we have yet to try and some fun shops at Suntec.
Steaks N Surf
House of Robert Timms
Crystal Jade Kitchen
The Manhattan Fish Market
A-One Claypot House
Cow Play Cow Moo
Toys R Us
Here are some food & beverage places with al fresco dining.
3 Temasek Boulevard
Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Nearby MRT Stations : Promenade, Esplanade, City Hall
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