From Chic Dining Spots To Artisanal Craft Spaces, Indulge In The Good Life At Scotts Square.
It may hail from London, but 51-year-old PizzaExpress serves up authentic Italian ﬂavour—its Dough Balls and handmade crunchy thin crust Calabrese Pizza laced with thinly sliced sausage, say it all. Now, to mark its ﬁrst Singapore location, locals can look forward to the Chilli Crab Pizza and other familiar favourites soon.
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Looking for good Teochew fare in the heart of town? Serving up both classic and modern delights, Paradise Teochew is set to tantalise your tastebuds.
Guaranteed to have you coming back for more are the famed Chilled Yellow Roe Crab, which is served with a medley of ginger, vinegar and citrusy chilli sauce; and the Crabmeat Roll, a new appetiser exclusive to Scotts Square that combines succulent crab meat with prawn paste, deep fried in beancurd skin. One word: Irresistible.
Teochew Crabmeat Roll
Teochew Style Chilled
Yellow Roe Crab
Arguably the best thing that’s happened in town, as far as café and caffeine enthusiasts are concerned, The Coffee Academics is a striking industrial space serving up ﬂat whites that give Melbourne’s ﬁnest a run for their money.
While the chain hails from Hong Kong, its beans are sourced from the best growing regions worldwide and its own coffee farm in Baruffee Estate, Panama. Pair your cuppa with a generous serving of its creamy Scrambled Eggs with Crayﬁsh and Caviar, or Earl Grey Meteorite for a delectably sweet ﬁnish.
Scrambled Eggs with
Crayﬁsh and Caviar
Since returning to Scotts Square, Maison Kayser has been serving up some of the most irresistable bakes in town—its warm, ﬂaky croissants practically transport discerning palates 6,000 miles to Paris. Adding to that wanderlust are also delicious breads, savoury quiches and pastries packed with cream and fruit.
Freshly baked croissants
Recently expanded to over 4,000 sqft, K+ Curatorial Space fuses a gallery, retail and community space. Whether it’s discovering under-theradar artists, shopping for unique handmade gifts or signing up for a class with a master craftsman—you name it, they’ve got it.
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