Please pardon the acronyms in the title, I am trying to keep it short, yet contain enough information. We had a lot of food for lunch the other day, including two items with Michelin credentials. Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre has such a wide range of food choices, a few of which are listed in the Singapore Michelin Guide. This time we tried two of them: Lor Mee 178 and Jian Bo Shui Kueh. We also had fried noodles from Tiong Bahru Fried Kway Teow and a beautiful dessert from Tian Tian Yuan.
As Singapore celebrates her 53rd National Day, Changi Airport is one of the many things Singaporeans can be proud of. Changi Airport was voted by air travellers as the world’s best at the 2018 World Airport Awards for the sixth consecutive year. Changi’s newest terminal – Terminal 4 or T4 – has a host of innovative and experiential features. It is the first terminal to use facial recognition for check-in and immigration clearance. T4 has the dancing Petalclouds, a 70m by 5m LED Immersive Wall, a Heritage Zone and a Boulevard of Trees. There are features designed with #selfie and #foodgram in mind. There will also soon be a new five-storey ‘chandelier-inspired’ playground in the departure area. The installation art features climbing nets and a pole for people to slide down at 2m intervals. We are most happy to find that Changi Airport Terminal 4 is a great place to eat – both in the public area and in the transit area.
Marina One is a new integrated development in Marina Bay. The Heart of Marina One is a retail podium that covers over 140,000 sq. ft. which offers a variety of shopping and lifestyle outlets and, of course, something really close to the hearts of Singaporeans, food and beverage outlets. We take a look at the restaurants and places to eat at Marina One Singapore.
Sunset Way restaurants and cafes are part of a cluster of f & b outlets situated at the junction of Clementi Road and Sunset Way. There are two unique features about these places: they are mostly hidden from view, with no direct frontage to a public road; and they have indoor (air-conditioned) and outdoor (sheltered) seating. We discovered during a recent visit to the area that there has been quite a few changes in the make up of the Sunset Way restaurants – a few old ones are still there but there are many new places to eat.
Here is a compilation of Sunset Way restaurants (and a few other interesting places) during our visit. The information contained here are based on sources available at the time – please check current opening times, prices and promotions at the time of intended visit.
Century Square, one of the oldest malls in Tampines, reopened on 6 June 2018 after a S$60 million makeover. It has a fresh new look and many new tenants – including FilmGarde Cineplex, Gymmboxx, The Learning Lab, Mahota and ToTT. One of Singapore’s most successful local fashion labels, M)phosis, will make its return in Century Square. Being a mall in Singapore, Century Square, of course, has many restaurants, cafes and other food places.