Restaurants and places to eat at Duo Galleria Singapore

Duo Galleria is the retail component of the integrated development in Bugis known as the DUO. The two-tower project also contains a residential part (DUO Residences), offices (DUO Tower), a hotel (Andaz). We take a look at some of the restaurants and places to eat at Duo Galleria.

Duo Galleria Restaurants

The architecture of the DUO certainly looks magnificent. Whether from a distance or close up, it is a place that is asking to be explored. Its overall shape and honeycomb details aare refreshing There is nothing cookie cutter about the design of this place. It is also conveniently located with a direct link to the Bugis MRT Station.

Straight out of the station, there is a sign showing directions to the restaurants at DUO Gallery. Our first impression was that the total number of f & b places looks modest.

Duo Galleria Restaurants
Duo Galleria Restaurants

Boulevard @ Duo Galleria

Boulevard is a bar that has a limited food menu.  We like the friendly vibe of the place.

7 Fraser Street,
Duo Galleria, #01-30/31,
Singapore 189356

Tel (65) 6581 0127

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 11:00AM – 12:00AM
Saturday: 03:00PM – 12:00AM
Sunday: Closed

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So France

Encompassing a French bistro, wine bar and gourmet store, So France offers wines and French delicacies direct from the rich terroirs and particularly from the Nouvelle-Aquitaine South-West region of France. Read about our visits to So France Bistro.

Menu

#01-51 to 56

Opening hours
Bistro
Monday to Thursday: 11:30am – 3pm / 6pm – 9:30pm
Friday to Saturday: 11:30am – 3pm / 6pm – 10:30pm
Sunday: 9am – 9:30pm

Wine Bar
Monday to Thursday: 4:30–11pm
Fri to Sat: 4:30pm – Midnight
Sunday: Closed

Gourmet Store
Monday to Friday: 8am – 9pm
Saturday to Sunday: 9am – 9pm

www.so-france.sg

So France Duo

So France Bistro

So France

So France Bistro

So France Menu


Joe & Dough

This is a cafe that many of us are familiar with. We like their coffee and pastries.

#01-34/35

Tel (65) 9880 4202

Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday:
7.30am – 9.00pm
Weekend & Public Holidays:
10.00am – 8.00pm

www.joeanddough.com


Let’s Eat

You can find local hawker favourites like chicken rice and fishball noodles at Let’s Eat.

#01-44/47

Tel (65) 6779 8980

letseat.com.sg

Duo Let's EAT


La Cala

La Cala is a Spanish restaurant that looks rather attractive.

#01-40/43

Tel : (65) 6282 9200

Opening Hours : 11:30 – 14:30, 18:00 – 22:00
Sunday : Close


Tono Cevicheria

Tono looks like the most exciting restaurant at DUO Galleria. According to their description, it is the first-ever authentic Peruvian cevicheria in Singapore and Asia.

#01-49/50

Tel: (65) 6702 7320

Opening Hours:
Mon: Close
Tue-Fri: 12pm – 3pm
Tue-Fri: 6pm – 10pm
Sat: 12pm – 3pm
Sat: 6pm – 11pm
Sun: 12pm – 3pm

Menu

tono.com.sg

Duo Gallery Tono Tono Menu

Tono Vinos Menu


A Poke Theory

A Poke Theory serves healthy food such as fresh Hawaiian poke bowls, smoothie bowls, daily cold-pressed juices etc. Looks like the kind of place which we should frequent more of instead of the unhealthy stuff that we are in the habit of eating.

#01-36/37

Opening Hours: 11AM – 9PM
Closed major Public Holidays

Tel (65) 9880 4202

Website


Man Man

Man Man is a Japanese restaurant famous for their unagi (grilled eel) dishes. Their first outlet at Keong Saik had enjoyed great success since it opened a few years ago. Long queues are said to be not uncommon. That outlet has since earned a Bib Gourmand award in the 2017 Singapore Michelin Guide. Man Man at DUO Galleria is their second outlet in Singapore.

#01-48

Tel (65) 6702 1500

Opening Hours : 11:30 – 14:30, 18:00 – 22:00

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BISTRO @ DUO

Bistro @ Duo is a pleasant looking casual Western restaurant. Its menu is said to comprise of “alluring western and local fusions”.

#01-25/26

Tel (65) 62826880

Opening Hours:
Monday – Saturday12pm – 12am
Sunday12pm – 11pm

Menu

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The Meating Place

As the name suggests, The Meating Place is a steakhouse at DUO Galleria.

#01-27

Tel (65) 8338 2918

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Yoshinoya

Japanese fast food restaurant Yoshinoya is the first and largest beef bowl chain in the world with 3000 outlets. The one at DUO must be one of their latest.

#01-28/29

Tel (65) 6581 5100

yoshinoya.com.sg

Duo Yoshinoya

Duo Yoshinoya


 Nana’s Green Tea

Nana’s Green Tea offers macha green tea and other simple Japanese dishes.

#01-38/39

Tel (65) 6684 4312

Opening Hours
Mon – Sun: 11am – 10pm

www.nanasgreentea.com.sg

Nana's green tea

Nana's green tea


PizzaExpress

#01-01/02

Opening Hours:
Sun to Thus: 11:30AM – 10:00PM
Fri, Sat and Eve of PH : 11:30AM – 11:00PM

Menu

pizzaexpress.sg

Pizza Express, with hundreds of outlets all over the world, serves pizza and pasta in a well appointed dining space.  Read about our visits to the outlets in Scotts Square and Duo.

 Pizza Express Duo

Pizza Express Duo


Cast Iron

A modern Japanese restaurant, Cast Iron, offers a wide range of delicacies ranging from traditional Japanese yakitori to Western grills. It has both indoor and outdoor seating and seems like a great place for happy hour.

#01-32/33

Tel (65) 6581 0159

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Duo Gallery Cast Iron

Bunny Tea

A ‘Grab & Go’ concept for milk tea, fresh juice and sandwiches. It has a few seats like to “Grab and Eat There”.

#01-57

Tel (65) 9727 3027

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Duo Gallery Bunny Tea

Duo Gallery Bunny Tea


An Acai Affair

An Acai Affair is a cafe that specializes in Acai bowls, smoothies and other health foods. See our post An Acai Affair in Katong.

#B3-06

www.anacaiaffair.com

Duo Gallery An Acai Affair


Andaz Hotel Restaurants

Smoke & Pepper Alley on 25 Andaz

Auntie's Wok and Steam Alley on 25

There is another group of restaurants located on the 25th level of the Andaz Hotel at the DUO.  Read our post on the restaurants at Alley on 25.

Car Park

Below is a picture of the parking charges panel we saw when we visited the DUO. The entrance to the car park is at Fraser Street, entering from North Bridge Road.

Duo Car Park Charges

DUO Galleria Directory

DUO Galleria
7 Fraser Street
Singapore 189356


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