Fresh from a renovation complete with a Sakura-themed new look, Gram Café & Pancakes at VivoCity Mall is now ready to take a break and have a Kit Kat with a new limited-edition Gram x KITKAT® menu!
Therefore, I do not recommend ordering their hot pancakes for delivery if you want it for specific meal times.
Overall experience was pleasant and like most patrons, I got sold by the fluffy texture of Gram's Pancake.
Seafood Paradise has to be one of my favorite Chinese seafood restaurant in the whole of Singapore. With hearty portions that is value for the quality, Seafood Paradise seeks to marry both traditional and modern Chinese techniques found in many types of Chinese cuisine, such as Cantonese, Teochew, and Hokkien.
It’s Seafood Paradise’s 1st Anniversary at Vivocity. So it means time to celebrate! With a 50% discount off its signature dishes! Memorise these dates below because 50% off is a really …
The food at Seafood Paradise is enjoyable and I can see myself coming here for family gatherings.
Definitely worth a check if you're in the area.
怡丰城Barossa Bar & Grill主打澳洲风情，面海的店面视线开阔，放眼蓝天白云下的圣淘沙景观，弥漫浓浓度假风情。
The Frozen Dark Chocolate Whiskey Souffle (S$18) is a wonderfully rich medley of fresh berries, chocolate pearls and spiced crumble. Definitely should be shared!
I can’t even remember when I last had Vietnamese cuisine but when a colleague suggested lunch at Mrs Pho at Vivocity ; I immediately replied...
The Dry Noodle Combo (Bún thịt nướng chả giò) and the Beef Pho Combo (Phở Bò Đặc Biệt) are not bad, but were better in the original shop.
I am sure I will be ordering the Mrs Pho’s Cockles, Hue Spicy Beef Noodle Soup and the Avocado Smoothie with Vietnamese Coffee.
Overall, for good quality meat and pretty prompt service, the buffet is quite worth the money. It will even be more value for the money for those eating the wagyu beef.
Tajimaya at VivoCity—managed by the Creativeateries group—offers a Japanese Yakiniku buffet which comes with unlimited Wagyu, Iberico Pork, Tiger Prawns, Sashimi and more.
So if you’re gunning to indulge in luxe beef at crazy affordable prices, make a date to VivoCity for a makan sesh at Tajimaya Yakiniku.
I really enjoyed the new Oktoberfest menu created by recently joined Group Executive Chef Lorenz Raich.
Brotzeit is synonymous with value-for-money hearty German fare and iced cold German beers.
Brotzeit takeaway menu is extensive and & islandwide delivery options allow you to enjoy quality German lagers & wine and hearty German dishes at home.
There was a children's party going on while we were there and they even had a pasta making session which pretty much sums up the atmosphere here at Jamie's Italian at VivoCity, a lively yet laid-back place with pretty good food.
Jamie’s Italian is definitely one for friends or family. The dishes here are hearty, generously portioned, and good for sharing. Prices are relatively high considering it’s a casual restaurant, but the fresh ingredients they use make most of their dishes worth the money.
This is great for sharing as it might be a tad heavy if you’re having it all on your own, besides, there are more that you need to save your stomach for!
While the name black society doesn’t raise any eyebrows literally, its Chinese translation refers to secret societies, also known as gangs, ...
fried rice was good..
Well, the food was better than I was expecting, with things like pasta that wasn't overcooked, as well as those fried mushrooms above that stayed crisp and airy without being over-battered (yes, in case you were wondering, that was basically laziji but with mushrooms in place of chicken).
i had my first dining experience at Hans im Glück and told myself i will be back again; this time bringing along my DSLR for an official review!
German Burgergill originating from Munich, HANS IM GLUCK is known for its gourmet burger concept and creating burgers that are unique, healthy and delicious.
The coffee was so so.
For those who have cravings for La Mian and Xiao Long Bao, Crystal Jade Jiang Nan at VivoCity still offers a selection of noodle dishes and dim sum on the menu.
The best tables at Crystal Jade Jiang Nan VivoCity are those ensconced within the wooden dividers.
I love the revamped interior of Crystal Jade Jiang Nan and a handful of dishes truly impressed. It is the place for a hearty meal with family and friends.
So if you are bored of Singapore Style of Chicken Rice, Go-Ang Pratunam might just be another of your chicken rice choice.
I'll stick to their chicken rice instead; their prices are still amazingly low either way.
I can say that most of the dishes were presented and tasted very similar to their equivalent dishes found in Singapore dishes.
The suckling pig was a bit too porky though with skin that could be more crispy, the paella a bit too wet, and the creme brulee a bit too dense and sweet. A mixed meal of sorts.
Overall we were happy with the food at the relatively new Tapas Club Vivo City outlet (it is not the newest, that honour goes to the one that just opened at the Jewel in Changi Airport).
While the churros was delicious with rich chocolate dip, the latter fell flat without any textural or flavour contrast.
仁当虎虾王（King Tiger Prawn Rendang - Rendang Udang Galah，$28），奶香浓郁的仁当虾，以中火煮到黄姜和椰奶融为一体，收汁熬出浓郁香味。
The restaurant was kind enough to offer a special promotional price just for our dear readers!
Ambience at LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar is modern, casual, and functional, as befits their concept.
A French-Chinese wordplay on the moniker "The Cow", Le Nu is a Taiwanese beef noodle bar concept under the Paradise Group.
The Paradise Group seems to be aggressively expanding their brand lately. With NamNam doing so well and the nation loves for ramen, it was not a surprise that Paradise Group may just find a niche market to success with LeNu (樂牛), Taiwan Beef Noodle Bar.
Overall, the tempura dishes were all delicious and very crispy. There were some very interesting selections for tempura under the a la carte selections and it would be nice to order those and try them one by one next to the Chef’s counter. There was a slight smell of oil lingering on me when I was leaving the restaurant due to the open frying pots but it was not unbearable
Not bad. Quite crispy and fresh, but the sauce was unmemorable and there was nothing to make me want to come back again.
Price may be steeper than the usual chain restaurant, however, if you do not mind going for a better quality of food as well as a better environment, you can splurge a little here.
Food served at Thai Accent Restaurant was generally tasty but somehow I felt that the Thai spice and some key Thai ingredients were sort of lacking. As such, I felt I was having a tasty Chinese meal instead.
Price may be steeper than the usual chain restaurant, however if you do not mind going for a better quality of food as well as a better environment, you can splurge a little here.
All that talk about laksa yesterday reminded me that I still hadn't made my way over here yet (1 HarbourFront Walk #02-48, 9721-6560). The place was more upscale than I thought it would be, and the menu was more extensive than I had imagined too, featuring a number of creative little small plates that looked promising.
The Grilled Tiger Prawn Dry Laksa came in a really big portion, and was moist with quite a bit of concentrated laksa broth/sauce, lemak, had strong flavours of coconut milk and prawns, and came with nice sprinklings of tau pok and fish cake.
The pan-fried red snapper looked attractive enough. The taste was however quite average.
But nevertheless, we can’t say no to yummy food! It may be a common dish in cafes everywhere, but this Big Breakfast is hearty and delicious.
Vivocity has no lack of dining options. But if you have decided on The Chop House, rest be assured that it would be a satisfying meal.
When we got the bill, we were given more yoghurt. With honey. Nice.
Overall, we had mixed feelings about the food that we tried that day. But we enjoyed the experience of going through an unfamiliar menu and trying some new items.