Blossom Restaurant MBS is a new Chinese restaurant at Marina Bay Sands. It is located at a section of the huge the ground floor lobby. According to the Blossom Restaurant website, it ” … will present diners with modern interpretations of the finest cuisine from Canton, Sichuan and Shanghai – a delectable balance of traditional and modern flavours and techniques”.
Dolce Vita (Italian for “sweet life” or “good life”) offers modern Italian cuisine by the pool at Mandarin Oriental Singapore. The popular Italian restaurant was the venue for the 2018 November’s edition of 4 Hands Kitchen where Chef Giorgio Maggioni of Dolce Vita hosted one Michelin-starred Chef Felice Lo Basso from Felix Lo Basso Restaurant in Milan. The collaborative menu presented by the two top chefs was a delightful way to savour the flavours of authentic Italian cuisine.
We have a love and hate relationship with Suntec City. We hate its carpark which is dark, low and has a confusing layout. But we love the Suntec City restaurants and food places. The sheer variety (there are more than a hundred of them) means that we can always find something to eat there. Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of Suntec City restaurants and food places that should appeal to different tastes and at all budgets. We have provided links to our reviews (where available) which will contain more information about each restaurant. We have a directory of restaurants and some parking information at Suntec City at the end of this post.
OLA Cocina Del Mar is a Spanish restaurant at Tower 3 of Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC). MBFC is a busy place on weekdays and it is not a place we would visit unless we have to. But on Saturday, it is a different story. The place is quiet and peaceful. Carpark rates are affordable. The underground tunnels that connect to Downtown and Raffles Place MRT stations are almost deserted. Some of the restaurants are still open. OLA Cocina Del Mar is one of them. It is a friendly restaurant for straightforward Spanish food.
HarriAnns Suntec City is the third HarriAnns Nonya Table outlet to open in Singapore. With a history dating back to 1940, HarriAnns is now run by the third generation members of the family. These young Nonya aces are certainly going places since taking over the reins in 2014. Expanding out of their Tiong Bahru Market kiosk, they have opened up additional cafes in Bugis Junction, Ocean Financial Centre and Suntec. Their style of Peranakan food and nonya kuehs seem to have hit the right spot as their new outlet at Suntec City Mall was bustling when we visited.