Tanglin Mall is a cosmopolitan lifestyle mall that had a makeover recently. The refreshed mall has many new shops and eateries. Specialty coffee from Indonesia and Australia, Thai fine dining and homely Mediterranean cuisine are among the new and interesting dining options offered by Tanglin Mall restaurants & cafes.
Tanglin Mall Restaurants & Cafes
Strategically located at the junction of Tanglin Road & Grange Road, the 4-storey mall has more than 90 shops. F&B businesses take up a substantial portion of the mall – with gourmet grocers, artisan bakeries and eateries catering to diverse tastes and dietary preferences. Tanglin Mall restaurants & cafes can be seen as a microcosm of contemporary Singapore with F&B options that are multicultural and hail from many different parts of the world.
Basement 1 Tanglin Mall – Casual Dining & Quick Bites
B FOR BAGEL
The first overseas outlet of B for Bagel from South Korea offers bagel sandwiches, soups, desserts and coffee. Bulgogi Bagel Sandwich, Red Curry Chicken Bagel Sandwich, Blueberry Cream Cheese, Jerusalem Artichoke Truffle Soup and Cafe Custard are among the interesting items on the menu of B for Bagel.
Australia’s popular juice & smoothie bar Boost has an outlet in the basement of Tanglin Mall. Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Fat and High Fibre options are available.
Cedele (say “suh-deli”) offers gourmet sandwiches, plant-based sandwiches, sourdough bagels, organic espresso and wellness tea. A convenient spot to pick up bread and cakes or have some healthy fare for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Halal-certified Heavenly Wang serves Singapore’s local favourites including kaya toasts, prata, nasi lemak and mee rebus.
A kebab shop where you can feast on different varieties of kebabs from all over the world including Mexican, Mediterranean, Middle-Eastern, Turkish and Indian. Pitas and Burritos are also on the menu.
Kei Kaisendon serves rice bowls topped with fresh sashimi with a variety of add-ons. Udon is also available in the Tanglin Mall outlet
Market Blue looks like a food court but is a Korean Grocerant (Grocery with Restaurant) with several Korean f&b outlets including BoonSik (Korean street food), Donas 8 (donuts & desserts), JuMak(Korean rice wine with pancakes), and GoGiPan (Korean BBQ).
Nick Vina Artisan Bakery
Nick Vina Artisan Bakery by Master baker Chef Nick Chua uses simple ingredients to bake healthy bread. Bagels, tarts, pastries and cakes can be ordered for self-collection or delivery.
The pitstop for fresh wholesome salads, grain bowls, wraps or smoothies.
SG Hawker by Fei Siong Group serves local hawker food, including Char Kway Teow, Fried Carrot Cake, Curry Rice and Teochew Fishball Noodles.
Level 1 Tanglin Mall – Cusines from around the World
A small ramen stall started out in a quiet alleyway of Shibuya in 2006. Hototogisu Ramen has been awarded one Michelin Star in Tokyo five years in a row from 2019 to 2023. It is said to be the original creator of shellfish broth. Read more about Hototogisu Paragon.
Lily.S Creperie & Lily.S Modern Vietnamese
The Creperie offers savoury and sweet crepes, and desserts.
Lily.S Modern Vietnamese serves pho with no MSG and antibiotic/hormone-free beef, as well as bahn mi, rolls and salad.
Lily.S Modern Vietnamese
Hailing from South Africa, Nando’s is best known for its Afro-Portuguese flame-grilled PERi-PERi Chicken. Also on the menu of this casual dining restaurant are burgers, pita and wraps as well as noodle bowl, rice bowl, and lean & green bowl.
French Bakery & Patisserie, PAUL, founded in 1889, offers a selection of country-style and fancy bread, viennoiserie, pastries and cakes. It is also a French tea-room for all day breakfast, sandwiches, pastas and mains like beef short ribs and duck confit. Read more about Paul Westgate.
Starbucks first opened its doors in 1971 at Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington USA. Now it has cafes all over the world, including one in Tanglin Mall, Singapore. It is a relaxing place to sit and enjoy coffee, as well as hearty sandwiches, pies, wraps, yogurts and desserts. Meatless options are available.
British cuisine fused with diverse local influences is the theme of Tanglin Cookhouse’s menu. All-Day Ala Carte Mains includes items such as Mulligatawny soup, Crispy Hainanese Kurobuta Pork Chop, Lamb Shank Tikka Masala. Also available are traditional British fare such as Scotch Egg, Yorkshire Pudding, Salmon Wellington, Shepherd’s Pie and Sunday Roast. Tanglin Cookhouse also caters to those looking for vegetarian or gluten free options.
The wine shop and wine-themed restaurant serve Meditterean-inspired dishes. Their affordable set lunches attrach even the teetotaler. Read more about Wine Connection PLQ and Wine Connection HillV2.
The new Yantra features sophisticated interiors and a curated menu that draws from recipes found in Indian grandmothers’ kitchens and recipes that were once exclusive to chefs from Indian royal households. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian menus are both available.
Level 2 Tanglin Mall – Cafes & Healthy Eats
C Australia’s Coffee Club
Using only sustainably sourced coffee and beans roasted by an award-winning Melbourne roaster, C Australia’s Coffee Club serves great espresso coffee. However, diners will also find Iced Coco-Pandan Latte, Iced Ruby-Berry Latte (non-caffeinated), Cotton Candy Frappe, Chia Seed Pudding and Savoury Croissants on its menu.
Suffice it to say that Caffé Beviamo is one of the oldest Tanglin Mall restaurants and cafes. It has a new look but it is still packed with regulars looking for their fix of good coffee and Australian-inspired food. Organic coffee and tea as well as organic wine and bubbles are on the menu. Gluten free options are available.
Pano Kato, a project by the owners of the House of AnLi Store and Bistro, serves home cooked style Mediterranean dishes. Read more.
Level 3 Tanglin Mall – Chic Restaurants
House of AnLi Bistro/La Veranda
A hidden gem in the House of AnLi, La Veranda offers modern French cuisine with an Asian twist. Bouchot Mussels with chunky fries, Lobster & Chive Omelette, Sole Meunière, Eggs “Royale” with New Zealand organic eggs, Veranda Vegan Burger and Belgian Mimi’s waffles are some of the items to be enjoyed in a beautiful space with a garden setting. Vegetarian and Gluten Free options are available.
SARAI is new refined Thai fine dining concept restaurant. Indulge in classical Thai dishes well-loved by the Thai royal family. There are affordably priced set menus for lunch and dinner. A vegetarian menu is available.
The refreshed line-up of retail outlets in Tanglin Mall includes gourmet grocers and specialty food shops where you can find fresh ready-to-eat meals for takeaway or all the necessary ingredients to cook up a healthy feast at home.
Araya Shoten is the place for fresh fish, seafood, fruits & vegetables from Japan. It will be hard to find sashimi and kaisen-don in Singapore as fresh as they are in this specialty food store in Tanglin Mall.
Brown Rice Paradise
A retailer of natural, organic products, Brown Rice Paradise offers bread, cereal, grains and seeds and other cooking essentials.
Little Farms offers all-natural and organic produce, meats, seafood, dairy and other quality foods.
CS Fresh Gold
CS Fresh Gold supermarket by Cold Storage offers a range of premium meats, fresh produce and groceries, as well as ready-to-eat bake and snacks.
Scoop Wholefoods offers a wide variety of organic sustainable wholefoods at affordable prices. Shop by diet – vegan, dairy free or gluten free – is a feature of the store that stocks mostly Australian organic products.
Based on the MUIS website as at the date of this post, the Halal Certified Eating Establishments at Tanglin Mall include the following:-
Mondays – Fridays
0601 – 1700 | 1st Hour: $2.24; Every 30 Mins: $1.12
1701 – 0600 | $3.27 per entry
0601 – 1300 | 1st Hour: $2.24; Every 30 Mins: $1.12
1301 – 0600 | $3.27 per entry
Sundays and Public Holidays
Whole Day | $3.27 per entry
4 EV Charging lots (43kW AC and 50kW DC) are located at Basement 3
Nearby MRT Station: Orchard Boulevard
163 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247933
Opening Hours: 10 am to 10 pm
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