Suntec City’s Sky Garden, the haps basement of Robinsons The Heeren and Emporium Shokuhin.

Rooftop destination Sky Garden at Suntec City is the latest place to dine and unwind. The landscaped garden space with views across the civic district and the Fountain of Wealth, is now home to 13 new dining establishments across different cuisines. From the IndoChine group is Arn Nan and Saint Ma, an al fresco bar bistro and chic Euro-Asian restaurant. There’s also Dallas contemporary restaurant serving its famous baby back ribs, Sumiya–Singapore’s first irori genshiyaki for grilled treats over charcoal flame, and the revamped
Kuishin Bo premium buffet restaurant with over 100 dishes. Within Sky Garden is Eat at Seven, a collection of seven of Japan’s top food specialist concepts, many venturing overseas for the first time. Of these, we were impressed with NikuNoHi, which serves up A5 Kuroge wagyu and 23 kinds of beef parts, seared in front of you. North Wing of Suntec City, situated between Towers 1 and 5, 3 Temasek Boulevard

 

Visit the basement of Robinsons The Heeren and you’ll find new additions Marks & Spencer Food Hall and Laurent’s Café by Laurent Bernard. The former is a 1,483 sq ft shop-in-shop space that houses over 1,000 food products including prepared frozen meals and groceries. Find also a coffee-to-go station using M&S’ house blend coffee ($4.90) and a bakery. Chocolate lovers will revel in the 1,460 sq ft space that Laurent’s Café by Laurent Bernard Chocolatier affords. In addition to the gourmet confections, diners can enjoy savoury items such as farmers’ breakfast ($23) and crispy duck leg confit ($26). B1 Robinsons The Heeren, 260 Orchard Road. Tel: 6735 8838

 

The space that was once the Marina Square steps is now a new wing which houses key tenant Emporium Shokuhin. Within, you’ll find 22 tanks of live seafood offerings such as Boston lobster, Alaskan king crab and oysters from France. The gourmet grocer also sells premium cuts of A5 Miyazaki beef at its deli and has a beef dry-aging facility. Fans of Ehime prefecture’s citrus products and seafood will find a special showcase of items like mikans, tai (sea bream) and natural sea salt harvested from its coast. The 34,000 sq ft area also comprises eight new-to-market F&B concepts: Gyuu+ (yakiniku), Umi+Vino (premium seafood wine bar), Senmi Sushi, Tsukeru (shabu-shabu), Burosu Honten (gyoza and ramen), Kohi-Koji (cafe and bakery), Takujo (fine dining) and a Ready-to-Eat section for your takeaway needs. #01-18 Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard