Nestled within Emporium Shokuhin in Marina Square, Gyuu+ Yakiniku Grill is Japanese beef heaven.
Their all-you-can-eat buffet option is available for lunch but the premium a la carte wagyu dinner buffet is what you should be looking out for. Featuring the best of Japanese beef cuts—including succulent beef aged for 14, 21 and 28 days—and other types of fresh meat, seasonal fish and seafood, this is one Japanese barbecue restaurant that will leave you with happy bellies.
Centrally located in the heart of the bustling Marina Centre, Marina Square is one shopping destination where you can find everything under one roof. Easily accessible from City Hall, Esplanade and Promenade MRT Stations, Marina Square is home to more than 200 exciting retail, lifestyle and F&B outlets.
Dining choices are almost endless—ranging from mid-scale cafes and restaurants located within ‘The Dining Edition’ to authentic Japanese eats at Emporium Shokuhin, Singapore’s first integrated Japanese Emporium.
If you think that it is impossible to find meals below S$20 in town, this is where we come into place. Here are 10 Affordable Restaurants At Marina Square With Mains Under S$20.
Singaporeans are always on the lookout for the best buffet deals in hotels. But you can look elsewhere now because we have a great deal to share.
If you are an avid fan of Cantonese cuisine like we are, and you like the idea of a la carte buffet where you get to order as many dishes as you desire for a communal dining experience, then you should head to Dragon Bowl at Marina Square.
You will be completely spoilt for choice with so many options on their a la carte dinner buffet menu (S$42.80++/pax on weekdays and S$45.80++/pax on weekends)! From premium dishes such as Boston Lobsters and Chilli Crabs to a wide range of seafood and roast meats, here is what you can expect at Dragon Bowl.
Over the years and especially in recent times, a new wave of mod-sin gourmet interpretations have been taking Singapore’s dining scene by storm and we are now seeing more and more unique East-meets-West creations. The terminology ‘mod-sin’ stands for modern Singaporean and refers to the interesting marriage of local delicacies and western classics, and should be a harmonious blend of flavours that complement each other.
With that simple but important focus, redpan at Marina Square – a hidden gem we fell in love with lately – has created a comprehensive menu of fusion inventions that have successfully combined the best of both worlds.
A little fun fact: redpan is an exciting collaborative venture between local architectural company DP Architects and homegrown The Food Explorer Group, who is behind Grub.
From Truffle Floss Fries, Prawn & ‘Hae Bi Hiam’ Pasta and Banana Donuts ‘Milo Dinosaur’, redpan’s menu drove us crazy and we actually cannot pick just one favourite. Well, our lunch was good and these were what we had.
Emporium Shokuhin has finally landed on our shores and this massive Japanese Megamart is set to dominate the Japanese supermarket industry in Singapore. It also includes eight different Japanese dining concepts within the gargantuan premises, as the store itself spans over 34,000 sq ft.
Words by Missim | Photography by ladyironchef
Specialising in Heng Hwa cuisine, Putien Restaurant has quickly expanded from its flagship restaurant at Kitchener road to a restaurant chain with 8 outlets in Singapore: Vivocity, Marina Square, Parkway Parade, Jurong Point, Tampines Mall, City Square Mall and nex.
Putien restaurant has recently launched a new Summer menu. The seasonal dishes are mostly light and refreshing ingredients to complement the warm and humid weather.