Where to Eat Around VivoCity: Restaurants Outside the Mall

Great restaurants near VivoCity.

By Asia City Staff | Nov 30, 2011

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  • Where to Eat Around VivoCity: Restaurants Outside the Mall

After a full day of shopping in mammoth shopping mall VivoCity, restaurants outside the behemoth may be called for.


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The Orange Lantern Vietnamese Cuisine

HarbourFront Centre
VivoCity > restaurant: 4 mins walk

The Orange Lantern legacy seems to be going strong. Replete with orange lanterns, bright-hued Vietnamese paintings and orange walls, there are value-for-money set meals here and yummy signatures like the special beef noodle soup and rice paper roll with chicken at this Vietnamese restaurant. Unpretentious chow at its best.

The Orange Lantern casual restaurant

The Orange Lantern is a 4-minute walk from VivoCity

Empress Jade

The Jewel Box
VivoCity > restaurant: Cable car

Empress Jade is one of the restaurants in Singapore that does old school Chinese food with modern class. Perched right atop The Jewel Box, this restaurant’s full-glass enclosure offers a dazzling vista, and the menu, which is inspired by traditional Singapore Chinese cuisine, features timeless, delicious dishes such as soy smoked fish; fried king prawns “har lok;” and the pork liver with spring onions and ginger in claypot.

Empress Jade's soy sauce smoked fish

Empress Jade is a cable car ride away from VivoCity

Chinois by Susur Lee

Resorts World Sentosa
VivoCity > restaurant: Monorail, 1 stop

Situated in Resorts World Sentosa, this is famed celebrity chef Susur Lee’s fusion (contemporary Chinese with a western twist) restaurant. This menu is an impressive selection of Chinese staples and local favorites (they even have chili crab here). Dishes to try include the crispy Peking duck skin with five-spiced foie gras and shredded duck, and steamed eggplant roulade, sprinkled with bonito flakes and flash-fried mei chai (preserved vegetables).

 scallops

Chinois by Susur Lee is 1 stop from Vivocity by monorail

Baits

The Forum, Resorts World Sentosa
VivoCity > restaurant: Monorail, 1 stop

Baits is one of the many great restaurants at Resorts World Sentosa. The large space and high ceilings were built for dining in large groups. A stunning dish that you simply must order is assam style fish cooked in a mouthwatering assam (tamarind) gravy with eggplant, pineapple, ladies fingers and tomatoes. The zesty chili crab and BBQ stingray are also good bets.

Baits restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa

Baits is 1 stop from VivoCity by monorail


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Marina at Keppel Bay
VivoCity > restaurant: Taxi, 5 mins

This port of call has a nice ambiance and is one of the best restaurants in Singapore for power breakfasts by the marina. Never mind its rather inaccessible location, as it's a short taxi ride away from VivoCity.

Takumi Restaurant

Marina at Keppel Bay
VivoCity > restaurant: Taxi, 5 mins

Already a success in Tokyo, this robatayaki and teppanyaki restaurant is filling up tables every night. Here’s why—the food is amazing, the service is fantastic (then again, this is the Japanese we’re talking about), and the harborfront view is serenely beautiful. The à la carte menu is extensive and one of its star dishes is the sizzling rock shabu shabu, although you’d be hard pressed to find something on the menu that isn’t good. If you really want to be blown away, call ahead and have executive chef Nishi prepare a 12-course kaiseki menu for you. Trust us, you’ll be impressed.

 grilled fish

Takumi Restaurant is a 5-minute taxi ride from VivoCity

Osia

Crockfords Tower (FestiveWalk)
VivoCity > restaurant: Monorail, 1 stop

Australian celebrity chef Scott Webster has designed an innovative menu inspired by fresh Australian produce that combines Asian influences and western culinary techniques with flair. Signature items to bet on are the espuma of papaya “Iced Brick,” polenta-crusted foie gras, duo of Tasmanian milk-fed lamb and Valrhona hot chocolate soup.

Osia at Crockfords tower interior

Osia is 1 stop by monorail from VivoCity

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Resorts World Sentosa
VivoCity > restaurant: Taxi, 5 mins

The more “casual” of Michelin star-studded Joël Robuchon’s two Singapore restaurants, L’Atelier has the same distinctive red and black décor as the others around the world, as well as the same elaborate gastronomic creations and sky-high prices.

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon is a 5-minute taxi ride from VivoCity

Anar

Resorts World Sentosa
VivoCity > restaurant: Monorail, 1 stop

The newest and only Middle Eastern restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa, Anar is all very full on. Expect elaborate Persian decor and traditional Arabic and Persian food.

Anar restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa

Anar is 1 stop away from VivoCity by monorail

Peony-Jade Restaurant

The Keppel Club
VivoCity > restaurant: Taxi, 7 mins

We love authentic Chinese cuisine, and Peony-Jade passes the test. The menu is extensive, and highlights include the Szechuan camphor wood smoked duck with fragrant tea leaves; Peony-Jade Szechuan hot and sour soup; and deep-fried cod with oat cereal.

PeraMakan

Keppel Club
VivoCity > restaurant: Taxi, 7 mins

PeraMakan is a pleasant Peranakan restaurant that actually lives up to its namesake by imbuing it with nostalgic elements, while adding modern touches to keep with the times.


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