East meets west and retro meets modern in this eatery that offers mee tai mak laksa, duck rendang and lobster porridge cooked in crab broth and abalone.
Choose a seat on the patio at this family friendly restaurant which boasts a delectable menu of classic pub fare including mussels and clams.
Colony Clothing stocks up high-end labels and styles from Japan exemplifying Lifestyle Dualism - the philosophy of living big city weekdays & island weekends.
The project comprises the luxurious 5-star InterContinental hotel, along with 100,000 square feet of lifestyle retail fronting the Singapore River. Together, they promise to create an unparalleled experience and to become Singapore’s most vibrant F&B retail and lifestyle destination.
CMCR is popular for their all-day breakfast, which includes fluffy pancakes with caramelized bananas, organic eggs benedict and braised ox cheeks.
Designed by Philippe Starck, this ultrachic, gorgeous hotel is where the witty, whimsical, human elements of the world - to create an experience.
Hailing from Ginza in Tokyo, Pet Salon Sopra Ginza is where pets get pampered with 5-star treatment. Choose a spa treatments for your very lucky pet.
A chain famous for its ambience and great food. You can brunch happily here on a scrumptious egg and bacon bunwich and sip on a honey lemon soother.
No stranger to design aficionados, P5 carries the best of modern furniture and lighting. Designer brand names carried in-store include Molteni&C, Louis Poulsen, Moroso, Carl Hansen, and Stella Works.
Famous among foodies, Red House Seafood Restaurant has been serving up delicious lobster noodles, tantalising seafood, and dim sum since 1976.
Renowned for some of the best sumiyakis (Japanese charcoal grills) in town, this cosy sake dining bar serves skewered meats with over 40 types of sake.
One of Asia’s leading theatre companies, SRT has lent a distinctive creative flair to Robertson Quay. Catch original works, classic plays, and productions.
Singapore's first fully loft-inspired designer hotel, Studio M Hotel offers contemporary living spaces in which to work, rest and play. It is a stylish urban escape overlooking the Singapore River.
Besides holding exhibitions showcasing innovation in print and paper art, the STPI also organises creative and fun workshops like etching...
Fun, casual Mexican street food in an eclectic ambience. Expect a mouthwatering array of tacos washed down with icy-cold margaritas.
One of Singapore’s most eminent theatre groups, TheatreWorks is known for promoting and producing Singapore writing, interdisciplinary performances, and collaborations with international artists.
A meticulously restored heritage building in a former godown on the bank of the Singapore River, The Warehouse Hotel delivers thoughtful hospitality with rooms that have elegant and quaint historical touches.
The go-to place for fine wine and tapas, this is where you can sample different cheeses, share a pizza, or stock up on wine for a last-minute party.