• Canele Patisserie­ Chocolaterie: Pastry chef Pang Kok Keong has steadily worked his way up the ranks of the pastry-making world. He is now a renowned pastry chef recognized in his own right having been nominated for the Pastry Chef of the Year Award at the 2005 World Gourmet Summit Awards of Excellence. This of course gave him the impetus to hatch even more delicious confectionaries for all you pastry lovers! From multi-layered cakes to dense chocolates, the creations melt in your mouth, with a lingering rich after-taste.


    #71-09 Robertson Walk
    11 Unity Street

    (65) 6738 8145
  • Gyu-kaku: Gyu-kaku, Japan’s popular yakiniku restaurant, boasts succulent meats barbecued over charcoal and a floor-to-ceiling wine tower.


    #01-18/19 LIE Square
    SIA Clemenceau Avenue

    Tel: (65) 6733 4001

  • Nihonshu: Japanese expats flock here for 70 labels of sake - matched by an impressive menu of side orders.


    33 Mohamed Sultan Road

    Tel: (65) 6887 0282

  • The Book Café: The Book Café is the perfect spot while away a lazy Sunday, with a good book or magazine and simple yet delicious fare. Its most popular drink is the Lychee Freeze, and enthusiasts swear by its Bangers & Mash and Honey Mayo Mustard Chicken Sandwich.


    #01-02 Seng Kee Bulldinq
    20 Martin Road

    Tel: (65) 6887 5430

  • Spizzico Italian Restaurant: Spizzico Italian Restaurant is particularly popular with the business lunch crowd. Pastas are favourites and so are its single shot espresso and cappuccino - the real thing, Italian style.


    #01-13 UE Square
    81 Clemenceau Avenue

    Tel: (65) 6333 6174

Written by:
Editorial Team