Candy Empire has the island’s biggest selection of chocolates, biscuits and gourmet delectables. From Jelly beans to marshmallows, liquorice and sugar free choices, they are all sourced from quality manufacturers in Australia, USA and Europe. For fellow chocolate and snack lovers, this is definitely the go to store for savoury treats.
The Tonkatsu Specialist in Orchard Central
If you’ve been to Japan or at least, have a slight inclination towards a Japanese dining culture, you’d be familiar with that breaded cut of meat which the Japanese hold so dearly to their heart. ‘Tonkatsu’, meaning ‘fried pork cutlet’, is a staple in the menus of most eateries in Japan. Bringing this culture to Singapore is Tonkichi – the specialist in Tonkatsu locally for the past 16 years.
There’s no secret in its continued success but they are one chain of restaurants who has thoughtfully balanced the original native taste to suit our local preference. In the words of Suzuki-san, General Manager of Tonkichi, it’s all about a ‘sincerity to its recipe’ and the respect given to each ingredient. Treating each ingredient the right way and presenting every dish in its original manner is what makes customers keep coming back for more.
The interiors of the restaurant are decorated so that local diners have a feel of Japan, as Suzuki-san puts it, ‘dining in Japan, with a local flavour’. Comfortably housing 50 – 70 guests, hearty diners will be in for a treat as rice and cabbage slices can be refilled at no additional cost, for all set meals. The outlet at Orchard Central boasts a wider menu variety, with a selection of Sashimi and side dishes.
Tonkichi believes in being able to bring gourmet food to locals and letting diners of all ages fall in love with their irresistible delight of breaded goodness.
Itacho means Chief Chef in Japanese. Itacho is the title given to the person with the most sublime position in a Japanese restaurant. Itacho creates food with precious food ingredients to each and everyone of his guests. With the same believe, Itacho Sushi only uses seasonal fresh fish and first class ingredients, with which chefs will instantly prepare handmade fresh sushi when guests order. With so much to offer, Itacho Sushi, since opening its first outlet in Hong Kong till its current 24 outlets, has attracted long queues outside its doors everyday.
Satisfy your hot pot cravings at Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant. With a heavenly selection of fresh and finest ingredients, flavourful soup bases and 16 condiments to choose from, guest will be spoiled for choice. A perfect spot for corporate, family and friends gathering.
Ichiban Boshi introduces Japanese dining with a dash of modern simplicity offering the best premium quality sushi, sashimi, seafood and variety of set meals. With an emphasis on quality, Ichiban Boshi is proud to present premium Japanese cuisine at reasonable prices throughout the year.
Here comes the restaurant for original and authentic Kaiten Sushi from Japan! The ingredients are so fresh that you can’t resist a second round!
Michelin star awarded and ranked as one of the world’s Top Ten Best Restaurants by The New York Times, Din Tai Fung has its roots dating back to Taiwan 40 years ago. With its famous signature xiao long baos (steamed pork dumplings) and heart-warming steamed chicken soup, this authentic Taiwanese restaurant has been making waves with branches throughout the world, including Singapore, Thailand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, and USA.
A place for grilled fresh seafood & steaks with a French touch, relying on high quality ingredients and loving preparations. Bon Appetit!
ION Orchard brings together the world’s best loved brands for their flagship, concept and lifestyle stores within one development, over eight levels of intelligently designed shopping space. Visitors are treated to a unique shopping experience at over 330 retail, F&B and entertainment stores.
Coming to your senses with a new level of aromatic and flavour of Japanese style’s coffee.
Established in Oxford, England in 1983, Ben’s Cookies has been serving famously good cookies fresh out of the oven for over 30 years. Made with chunks (not chips) of Belgian chocolate, whole nuts, real fruit bits and nothing but natural ingredients, ours is a cookie made without compromise.
Hailed by food critics and fans as “possibly the best burger in town,” the gourmet burger restaurant opens its second outlet right in the heart of Orchard Road so that fans can indulge without travelling great distances.
Omakase Burger is a modern gourmet burger restaurant specializing in authentic American ‘smashed burgers’. All its burgers are made from a proprietary blend of premium USDA-Choice grade cuts and are butchered, ground and hand-formed in-store daily. Since its inception in 2012, Omakase Burger has garnered a following of die-hard fans locally and from around the region.
Combining rustic charm with contemporary appeal, BreadTalk’s revised menu is boosted with over 50 new creations. The exciting Euro bread series, developed by the finest consultants and research and development team worldwide, harnesses the taste and quality of European breads and incorporates them with a variety of Asian flavours, such as drunken longan, black sesame, spinach and sweet potato.
BreadTalk’s newly introduced toasts, Chia Seed Toast, Soya Toast and Pumpkin Toast, have recently been awarded the Healthier Choice Symbol by Singapore’s Health Promotion Board (HPB), a testament to BreadTalk’s unwavering commitment to provide better-for-you choices. Through the widespread accessibility of BreadTalk stores worldwide, BreadTalk is committed to bringing wholesome products to its customers, wherever they may be.
We differentiate ourselves with our specialty Kanto cuisine.
Be spoilt for choice at this alfresco delight.
Founded in 1940s by the late Mr Yeung Jin Hei, Hong Kong’s treasured café, Honolulu Café also fondly known by locals as ‘Cha Chaan Teng’ has launched its first international outlet at The Centrepoint in Singapore.
Well-known for its flaky pastry and soft egg custard center, Honolulu Café’s egg tarts utilizes a time-tested method by freezing the dough overnight to fold 192 layers for a crispy and flaky shell. The egg tarts are baked fresh and limited quantities will be available for sale every day.
Besides the famous Egg Tarts and Hong Kong Milk Tea, Honolulu Café has also selected many popular items from its existing Hong Kong menu to provide diners with a more authentic Cha Chaan Teng experience.
Look forward to dishes such as Curry Fish Ball, Toast with Scrambled Eggs, Instant Noodle with a variety of toppings such as Ham, Luncheon Meat, BBQ Pork, Curry Rice, Baked Pork Chop in Tomato Sauce with Spaghetti/Rice and other popular Cha Chaan Teng delights.
To ensure that the well-loved taste of Honolulu Café remains as similar as possible, the Singapore kitchen in Honolulu Café’s will be helmed by carefully selected chefs from Hong Kong’s Honolulu Café.
Han’s offers quality food and beverages with excellent customer service at reasonable prices.
Geláre was founded in 1986 with the opening of its first store in Fremantle, Western Australia, specialising in gourmet ice cream.
Produced with fresh milk and cream using top quality ingredients and advanced ice cream manufacturing technology, Geláre ice cream is creamier, thicker and more intensely flavoured. Its product range later expanded to include bake-to-order waffles that become a divine match with its ice cream much-loved by many.
Beyond a place for dessert, Geláre has now grown into a cafe that serves full meals such as premium pastas, sandwiches, salads, freshly brewed coffee and other hot food items – making it the ultimate place for customers to treat themselves.
Established in 1996, Desa Kartika was founded by Madam Rosnani Gani, a winner of the 2002 Malay Entrepreneur of the year award. Priding itself as one of the first halal Indonesia restaurants in Singapore, Desa Kartika has since managed to become the chosen Indonesian restaurant.
1st Singapore’s Pioneer Idea serving ayam penyet and power sambal chilly since 2005.
Started in 2010, Chicken Up is a casual dining experience for people to experience Korean Cuisine.
Marinated for 12 hours and then double fried to seal in the flavors, Chicken Up offers a variety of fried chicken such as best- selling Yangnyum – a sweet and tangy flavour and Ganjang- a garlic-soya based blend. The restaurant also boasts a unique range of home-brewed, fruit- infused Soju with thirst-quenching flavours like watermelon, peach, apple and pear.