China Square Central is a dining establishment located in Singapore’s Central Business District. Featuring Chinese architecture, the modern shopping mall has artfully preserved and modified several traditional shophouses from the 60′s into cafes and restaurants.
While most people tend to associate China Square Central with its grand office tower, there is more to this place than meets the eye. There are not one, but three distinct blocks that make up China Square Central—18 Cross Street, 20 Cross Street and 22 Cross Street. Yes, that means dining options are aplenty!
From Korean BBQ to Thai favourites and coffee houses, here are 9 Restaurants, Cafes & Eateries In China Square Central You Must Dine At.
Nothing gives Singaporeans a sense of satisfaction like sinking our teeth into deep-fried chicken. When we are in the mood for some sinfully good fried chicken that is value-for-money (which is almost all the time), KFC always comes to mind.
While we are all loyal fans of their regular menu items, it is exciting to see new seasonal dishes that launches every so often. Prepare your hearts for what has come this Sakura season—it is the new Japanese-flavoured Shoyu Sansho Chicken. Yes, it is simply #Oishiok!
Besides that, KFC is also introducing a new Vanilla Custard Puff as a sweet treat to complement your meal. Sounds good? It sure is. READ ON
Convenient locations, a good range of coffee and tea, quick meals for those who are in a rush and affordable price tags are some reasons why we appreciate The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (CBTL).
It is a welcoming brand for all working adults and students who like to stay on to finish their work while enjoying a drink and some light bites. Look forward to a new selection of gourmet dishes and two types of Mexican Chocolate Drinks on your next visit to CBTL! The menu features all-day breakfast items, salads, fresh sandwiches and hearty pasta.
Surf ‘N Turf (An Oriental Original) at the Plaza Brasserie, PARKROYAL on Beach Road, is a glorious buffet spread that features a wide selection of fresh seafood and the finest range of tender meats. Uniquely curated by our friend Executive Chef Ken and his team, expect a fusion of local, Asian and International flavours that guarantee to be a gastronomical delight for all.
As the Surf ‘N Turf (An Oriental Original) will only be running until 26 March 2017, it is crunch time to gather all your family and friends for an indulgent meal. Make a reservation as soon as possible and dive right into the heart of this seafood and steak extravaganza!
From now until 26 March 2017, enjoy the delights of Surf ‘N Turf (An Oriental Original) at just S$68++ per adult and S$41++ per child, only available for dinner from Wednesdays to Sundays. You can also top-up just S$18 for free-flow house wine/beer and soft drinks.
Up for a tantalising seafood buffet with the freshest catch of the sea? This March, Marriott Cafe is whetting the appetites of seafood lovers with the best of seafood from countries including USA, Canada, Alaska and Asia, western favourites, and a great selection of appetisers and desserts.
From 01 March to 15 March 2017, indulge in more than 50 irresistible seafood and International delights every evening at just S$88++* per adult and S$44++* per child. You may also complement your seafood with a bottle of Prosecco at $55.
Family vacations are important because you get to enjoy time together and forge precious memories. For those who are unable to travel abroad, having a family staycation is a great and easy way for parents to recharge, relax and spend quality time with the kids.
And if you are having trouble finding the perfect staycation, here are 8 Family-Friendly Staycation Venues In Singapore With The Best Offers.
These hotels are offering packages tailored for families with children and as an HSBC Credit Cardholder, you get to enjoy extra perks such as complimentary breakfast for up to 2 adults and 2 children (up to 15 years old), an extra bed (very useful if you have an older child), complimentary room upgrades and more.
This March, the Pearl Of Orient Penang Fiesta makes its return to the award-winning 10 at Claymore, situated in the lobby of Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore.
Since its debut last year, Executive Chef Andy Oh (who hails from the quaint town of Penang, Malaysia), has worked with his team to put together a big spread of authentic Penang dishes, which features iconic dishes as the tangy, spicy Penang Assam Curry Fish and the traditional Penang Bak Kut Teh.
The Pearl Of Orient Penang Fiesta will only be running until the end of May this year, so be sure to make a reservation and have a taste of the finest and authentic Penang cuisine in Singapore.
On top of the Penang dishes, the buffet also features fresh offerings of seafood, especially freshly shucked oysters, lobsters and scallops—you will get your money’s worth when you dine there during dinner.
From 01 March 2017 to 31 May 2017, simply quote ‘ladyironchef’ to enjoy a Pearl Of Orient Penang Fiesta Dinner buffet at S$98++ for 2 persons.
Cantonese cuisine is a fine art.
Preparation of Cantonese dishes requires a great deal of skill and expertise as the flavours of Cantonese cuisine must be well-balanced, not greasy whilst ensuring that its primary ingredients are the stars of the dish.
Situated on the 5th floor of Singapore’s iconic National Gallery and led by Master Chef Chan Kung Lai, Yàn specialises in authentic Cantonese cuisine that’s artfully prepared and presented. It is the perfect place for birthday celebrations, business luncheons and family gatherings!
From now until 31 March 2017, our readers can quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making your reservation to enjoy 15% discount on a la carte bills. More details below.