Feeling overwhelmed by the sheer number of dining options at Suntec City? Let our food trails guide you to ayummilicious experience– there’s something for all taste buds!
THE CAFE TRAIL: FOR TIMES WHEN YOU NEED A QUICK BITE OR A MEAL T O GO .
Take some time out of your busy schedule to unwind here over a super-refreshing Handcrafted Botanical Soda ($6). Choose from three flavours: lemonade, pomegranate and citrus & lychee.
The freshly baked Classic Waffle A La Mode ($11.90) is crispy on the outside but delightfully fluffy inside.
Start your day with one of the cafe’s eight breakfast sets ($6.90 with a freshly brewed, tall-sized coffee). We like the savoury Croque Madame Puff.
The cafe uses tea leaves from Taiwan’s Ali Mountain. Try Red Bean Matcha (from $3.50) and Milk-Lid Matcha (from $3.50) for a delicious take on regular milk teas.
Nothing perks us up like Fruit Bar Chocolate ($20 for 10 pieces), filled with strawberry, mango, cranberry and almond puffs. Yum!
THE HOUSE OF ROBERT TIMMS
The Aussie-based gourmet coffee purveyor isn’t just great for a cup of joe – quell your hunger pangs here too with the Hot & Spicy Blue Mussels ($25.80), featuring live Australian shellfish simmered in white wine and chilli padi.
THE HEARTY FOOD TRAIL: FOR A MORE SUB STANTIAL MEAL TO SATIATE SERIOUS HUNGER PANGS.
THE MANHATTAN FISH MARKET
A must-try: the Manhattan Flaming Seafood Platter – Dory ($38.95), featuring fish fillets, oysters, calamari and prawns flamed before your eyes.
Whether it’s lunch or an after-work bite, Bistro 1855 has you covered. Take your pick of hearty mains like Truffle Pizza ($26) or one of the tasty bar bites, like Crispy Pork Belly ($10).
MAD FOR GARLIC
This garlic-themed Italian restaurant dishes out pastas, pizzas and steaks enhanced with the bulb’s fragrance. Try the Lobster Cream Pasta ($23.50), which is topped with garlic cream sauce, generous chunks of lobster and fish roe.
DISTRICT 10 BAR & GRILL
The Suntec City outlet focuses on premium cuts of dry-aged meat. Carnivores will love the highly marbled signature 45 Days Home Dry Aged Corn Fed Traditional Fiorentina Steak ($19 for 100g, minimum order of 800g).
Tuck into a hot piece of pie at this joint. The Hangover ($17) is a classic – organic tomato sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, fennel sausage and roasted onions.
L’ENTRECOTE THE FRENCH BRASSERIE
French fare doesn’t have to be pricey. The restaurant’s signature L’entrecote Steak is from $32.90 only. If steak’s not your thing, order the Escargots de Bourgogne (garlic butter snails, $13).
Western classics with a South-east Asian twist – think Curry Duck Confit ($25.90) and Nonya Laksa Linguine with Tiger Prawns ($25.90).
Expect hearty grub here like the signature Sticky Bones (barbecued pork ribs) and the Tequila Spiked Chicken ($23.90), which features half a bird marinated in spicy tequila, lime and paprika, and chargrilled to aromatic perfection.
THE ASIAN FLAVOURS TRAIL: CHINESE, JAPANESE, INDIAN AND MORE… TAKE YOUR PICK.
Warm your soul with a selection of wholesome Singapore dishes. The Chicken Curry ($12.90) boasts a secret blend of spices simmered in a rich coconut curry.
Head here for fuss-free, quality East -meets- West meals at decent prices – like a hearty Hainanese Pork Chop with Rice ($13), or Chicken Rendang wtih Rice ($12.50).
DIN TAI FUNG
You can’t go wrong here if you’re craving Taiwanese cuisine. Make a beeline for it s signature Steamed Pork Dumplings ($7.80 f or six; $10.30 for 10).
Must-tries here: Tandoori Chicken ($14), and the award-winning Fish Head Curry (from $22) which features seasonal fish served with juicy okra in a rich gravy.
THE SOUP SPOON
Get the Tokyo Chicken Stew ( $7.50), which has chicken chunks sim mered in a broth of sake, mirin and soya sauce with lotus roots, mushrooms, white radish and bam boo shoots.
Start your day the Singapore way, with a Kaya Butter Set ($5). Slices of toasted bread slathered in kaya spread are served with two soft-boiled eggs and a hot beverage.
The restaurant’s lunch and dinner buffet (from $36.90 an adult for lunch, and from $54.90 for dinner) offers a smorgasbord of more than 100 items, from tempura and oden to Japanese desserts.
Order the Hoshi Sashimi ($49.90) for thick slices of assorted sashimi like scallop, swordfish, salmon, octopus, yellowtail and sweet shrimp.
Enjoy authentic Vietnamese fare here. The soupbase of the Beef Combination Pho ($9.90) is brewed for 10 hours from 10 ingredients.
Get a taste of Irori Genshiyaki, an ancient cooking method where fish are grilled slowly over a charcoal bed so the meat remains succulent. Prices vary according to the type of fish selected.