With 12 levels of unique retail, dining and entertainment options, it’s little wonder Orchard Central was named one of Singapore’s top 5 shopping malls according to a 2016 Forbes article.

Here are four F&B concepts to whet your appetite!

Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant

While it may bear no relation to Japan’s wholesale fish market, Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant shares one thing in common with its famous Japanese compatriot—fresh seafood.

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7 Kinds Sashimi from Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant

Located at Orchard Central’s rooftop garden, there are actually six different dining concepts under one roof—Tsukiji Fisherman, Ueki Omakase Restaurant, Ikezaki Yakiniku, Ebi-Zo Tempura, Tori-Sho Chicken Cuisine and Ramen Gallery. Take your pick and enjoy Japanese cuisine.

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From the people behind the FATCAT Ice Cream Bar comes STRAY, a sleek bistro offering Chinese cuisine with a twist.

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Salmon Yu Sheng Bowl from STRAY by FATCAT

Chef-owner of FATCAT and STRAY Charles Tan reinterprets traditional Chinese dishes such as yusheng, claypot rice and paper-wrapped chicken. Try his Salmon Yu Sheng Bowl ($20), a play on the recent poke bowl trend with salmon belly and crispy crackers on sushi rice.

For sweets, how about the charcoal waffle with salted egg yolk soft serve ($18)?

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Tapas Club

Orchard Central’s newest gourmet offering, Tapas Club delivers Spanish flavours from the Iberian Peninsula.

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Fideuá Negra (squid ink noodles paella with cuttlefish)

As its name suggests, the restaurant focuses on delicious small plates, and is helmed by executive chef Jose Angel Alonso and chef Manuel Berganza. Bring an appetite and feast on treats such as squid stuffed with chorizo ($12.90), crispy moreish deep-fried sardines ($12.90) and Padron peppers ($12.90).

For a more substantial meal, look to the paellas available, including squid ink and chorizo. Wash it all down with hearty Spanish wines from a well-priced wine list.

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Joie by Dozo

Located right by the rooftop garden of Orchard Central, Joie by Dozo offers a welcome respite from the bustle of Orchard Road. But the real attraction here is the food. One of the few fine dining meatless restaurants in town, Joie by Dozo brings diners on a gastronomic adventure that is good for your body.

Joie by Dozo at Orchard Central

Joie by Dozo’s Japanese-European inspired dishes

The contemporary Japanese-European inspired dishes on offer include pan-seared homemade tofu and black truffle risotto studded with edamame. Joie serves only degustation menus—enjoy either the six-course lunch ($38.30) or seven-course dinner ($68.80). Groups of four to 16 people can dine in one of the six private rooms available at no additional cost.

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For more at Orchard Central, check out our coverage of their F’east food festival.

Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road
Tel: 6238 1051

This post is brought to you in partnership with Orchard Central. For more information, please visit Orchard Central’s website or Facebook page.
This was first published in Wine & Dine’s August 2017 issue – Love Singapore

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