What’s good in the city?
If you are at Suntec City and wondering where to eat, look no further than epicure’s The Fab Foodie Guide. We detail the hit F&B spots that will satisfy all palates.
The ever-perennial question of “where shall we eat?” is difficult to answer, especially in a food-obsessed country like Singapore. Shopping malls are hunting ground for foodies and it can be even harder to answer this question when you’re faced with Suntec City’s 141 F&B outlets. Now, you can browse the mall’s restaurants by category (Local, Halal, Japanese & Korean, Asian & Chinese, Western, Sweets & Cafes, and Liquids) with epicure’s handy The Fab Foodie Guide, complete with sumptuous images to entice finicky diners.
Be it breakfast, lunch, dinner or after-work drinks, there will always be an option to satisfy your needs. Craving for Local? Satiate the belly with Peranakan dishes from HarriAnns Nonya Table or go Halal with PappaRich Malaysian Delights. Better yet, what about a steaming-hot plate of Original Sembawang White Bee Hoon from White Restaurant to hit all your gustatory senses? Suntec City is also replete with Japanese restaurants, including marketplace Eat at Seven, which is host to seven Japanese specialty concepts, including Tokyo Sundubu, Katsudon Hanakatsu and Kohaku Tendon. For Korean fare, you can enjoy toppoki and kimchi fried rice with an expansive buffet line at Dookki. Stellar Asian & Chinese restaurants such as Crystal Jade and Sanook Kitchen, and Western staples like Morganfields and Marché Mövenpick complete the mall directory lineup.
Complete the foodie experience and choose from a wide array of dessert purveyors. They include Belgian chocolatier GODIVA, Boston staple Emack & Bolio’s, and Fluff Stack. At Fluff Stack, cloud-like soufflé pancakes are topped with summer fruits, and bubble tea lovers will love the Gula Melaka Boba pancakes.
The Fab Foodie Guide is available at all customer service counters in Suntec City, and online at https://sunteccity.com.sg/
3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983