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Arteastiq | Restaurant | Food & Beverage


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Coffee , Pizza , Desserts , Food & Beverage , High Tea , Western Cuisine , Western Dining

The Arteastiq Group announces the launch of our new, reformulated F&B brand concept, Arteastiq DePatio, specially crafted by our expert Chefs. The Courtyard Of Chefs showcases modern European street-style dishes, based on classic home-cooked recipes.

Promising an unforgettable and gastronomical experience that will take your taste buds through scenes of Europe. 

From Pancetta Roast Pork Belly (a slab of savoury, juicy pork belly), Gemelli Parmigiana (traditional Italian cheese eggplant spaghetti), Paccheri Beer Butter (also known as beer pasta), Al Taglio Pizza (authentic, quality wood-fire baked pizza) to Flattened Potatoes. Be spoilt for choice and you will be coming back for more. The menu also offers a variety of flavoursome and mouth-watering dishes, refreshing tea concoctions, aromatic coffee and cocoa beverages as well as a good selection of red wine, white wine, champagne and cocktails.

Store Details

03-70 to 72
+65 6336 0951

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Bizen Okayama Wagyu Steakhouse | Restaurant | Food & Beverage

Bizen Okayama Wagyu Steakhouse operates under the Astons Group based in Singapore, and seeks to provides top-shelf and exclusive Bizengyu to steak lovers at affordable prices. Partnering with Okayama cattle farmers, Bizen Steakhouse imports whole cadavers which are specifically selected and handled by butchers trained in japan, ensuring diners taste the variety and best of cuts. 

Their menu serves up caramelised steaks from a selection of Prime cuts, Butcher Cuts and Adventure Cuts. The steaks are cooked upon a high-intense charcoal grill originating from Japan, ensuring the cuts are prepared deliciously. Other than steaks, Bizen Steakhouse also features Wagyu rice and pasta like Wagyu Curry Bread Bowl and Wagyu Beef Bolognese that includes a choice of Chawanmushi or Miso Soup. If Wagyu is not to your fancy, they offer Japanese influenced chops, burgers and hearty bites with a as well. For those who wish to savour good food with alcohol, Bizen Steakhouse has an assortment of beer, shochu, sake and wine to satisfy. 

So if you’re a self-proclaimed steak lover then visit any Bizen Okayama Wagyu Steakhouse branch in Singapore for high succulent quality meats!

Store Details

03-65 to 66
+65 6219 3463

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Where to Eat in Plaza Singapura: 11 Restaurants To Try

PUBLISHED September 17th, 2019 06:30 am | UPDATED October 22nd, 2019 08:33 pm

Funan might be the newest mall in Singapore, but Plaza Singapura was truly the OG shopping complex.

Hungry? There’re so many places to choose from – and probably no shortage of snaking queues during the weekends – so we’ve done the work for you, and sussed out the best restaurants and eateries to dine at!


Located on the third floor, Lokkee is a trendy Chinese restaurant that specialises in Western-inspired Asian take-out food. Conceptualised by the TungLok Group, Lokkee’s furnishings are a contemporary mishmash of modernistic Chinese fittings and Western popular culture icons such as Star War’s Boba Fett – pretty snazzy for Chinese food, if you ask us. See our full review here for more our recommendations at Lokkee.

Lokkee is located at  68 Orchard Rd, #03-01, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6884 4566. Open daily 11am-3pm, 5.30pm-10pm. 


Arteastiq Boutique Tea House

Both a café space and a social painting studio, Arteastiq Boutique Tea House is the place to chill in Plaza Singapura. Customers can participate in therapeutic Art Jamming sessions (S$48++ per pax), enjoy a relaxing Afternoon Tea (S$48++ for two pax), or even plan corporate jam sessions with groups as small as eight and as large as fifty under the Artepret package.

Arteastiq Boutique Tea House is located at 68 Orchard Rd,  #03-70/72, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6336 0952 . Open Mon-Fri 11am-10pm. Sat-Sun 10am-10pm. 

Coco Ichibanya

The quintessential Japanese curry house is ideal for anyone with a penchant for sweet, aromatic Japanese curry topped in mountains of fried food – and customisation is the name of the game. Be it spice levels, rice portions, sauce, and toppings, anything goes just how you like it, so go nuts on carbs or fire up your tastebuds with level ten spiciness.

Coco Ichibanya is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #03-73, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6238 7539. Open Sun-Thu 10am-10pm, Fri-Sat 10am-11pm. 

Tsukada Nojo

Creamy, milky and rich, it’s hardly surprising that collagen broths have taken food-obsessed Singapore by storm. Located on the third floor of Plaza Singapura, Tsukada Nojo has etched itself in Singapore’s food and beverage scene with a ‘beauty pot’ blend of chicken collagen broth, and fresh ingredients such as meatballs, mushrooms and veggies. Try the house special: the Bijin Nabe (S$25++ per pax, for a minimum of two).

Tsukada Nojo is located at 68B Orchard Rd, #03-81, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6336 5003. Open daily 11.30am-3.30pm, 5pm-10pm. 

Nam Nam Noodle Bar

Owned by the celebrated Les Amis Group (who also introduced sustainability concept Kausmo), Nam Nam Noodle Bar has always been a big player in the movement of Vietnamese food in Singapore, thanks in part to a rapid expansion across the country. While nothing beats a bowl of authentic Vietnamese pho, the quick-and-easy option here cuts pretty close.

Nam Nam Noodle Bar is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #01-55, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6837 2252. Open daily 8am-10pm. 

Seorae Singapore

Seorae Singapore is a Korean barbecue restaurant that’s all about galmaegisal – a pork skirt meat that was only served to Korean royalty in the past. 

Galmaegisal is prepared through a unique cooking method that employs the use of a circular grill, and diners can expect honest-to-good barbecued meats at this establishment, in addition to a range of yummy stews and delicious bingsu.

Seorae Singapore is located at #02-01, Plaza Singapura 68 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238863, p. +65 6238 8429. Open Sun-Thurs 11.30am-10pm. Fri-Sat 11.30am-11pm.

Hai Di Lao

At this point, the world-renowned hotpot giant has already sold most Singaporeans on their impeccable service and crowd-pleasing noodle-pulling. They offer nine different soup bases from tangy 

Sichuan Pickles to Local Laksa flavours, which alone will set you back S$20++. Expect to spend around S$40++ per person here, but it can be pretty worth it for special occasions (or to impress a date). It’s also open till 6am in the morning, so you’ll have your hotpot cravings satisfied at any hour of the night.

Hai Di Lao is located at 68 Orchard Rd #04-01/20, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6250 0990. Open daily 10.30am-6am.

Kai Sushi & Robatayaki

Kai Sushi & Robatayaki is an affordable option to get your sashimi fix. Options include the standard Bara Zuke Chirashi Don (S$15. 80++) and fireside-grilled meats like the Gyu Teriyaki Set (S$18.80++). There’s an option to add-on slices of sashimi (four for S$5.80++), as well as a S$5++ top-up for Asahi beer. If you’re looking for maximum umami, opt for the Chirashi Zushi (S$23.80++), laden with plenty of uni and prawns that’ll give your cholesterol a run for its money.

Kai Sushi & Robatayaki is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #04-68, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6336 1480. Open daily, 11.30am-10pm.

Teppei Syokudo

While Coco Ichibanya let’s you build your own curry rice, Teppei Sykudo brings DIY to sashimi bowls. Customise your very own DIY Kaisen Don from the bottom up – that includes size, base, and eight varieties of fresh sashimi to choose from. There’s also a wealth of toppings and premium add-ons to take your takeaway to the next level, from mentaiko, to flying fish roe, to good old tamago. Expect to fork out S$16++ and above for one bowl, available for both takeaway and dine-in.

Teppei Syokudo is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #B2-20, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6266 6382. Open daily, 11am-10pm.


The Japanese confectioners have a rich history that dates back to 1931 when founder Fyodor Morozoff founded the confectionery brand after taking refuge in Japan during the Revolution. Since then, the brand has been associated with the richness of Western confectionery and quality Japanese precision. It’s where you can get a plethora of chocolates and sweets, including creamy Hokkaido Cream Cheese Cakes (S$26++ for 324g).

Morozoff is located at #01-61, Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6341 9967. Open daily 10.30am-9.30pm.

Slappy Cakes

Want to get a little creative with dessert? Pick a batter, some fixings, and pile on the toppings – Slappy Cakes brings boundless joy to the young at heart with fresh pancakes made a la minute in any shape or form your heart desires. But if you aren’t in the mood to work up a sweat, the menu also offers a range of ready-to-eat meals, like Smoked Salmon Benedict (S$17++) and Seafood Aglio Olio (S$16++). And because it’s open till late, breakfast for dinner is totally a thing here.

Slappy Cakes is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #03-02, Plaza, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6738 7207. Open Mon-Fri 10am-10pm, Sat-Sun 10.30am-10pm.

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Plaza Singapura Restaurants & Food Places

The varied & exciting dining options of Plaza Singapura restaurants and food places make the shopping mall a food paradise in Orchard Road. There are many casual affordable restaurants & cafes offering a wide variety of cuisines.

| Chinese | Japanese | Korean | South East Asian |  Western & Fusion | Coffee & Tea |

You can find kiosks selling take-aways like Korean fried chicken and British fish & chips and casual diners like Lokkee, Arteastiq, Nam Nam and Bangkok Jam, as well as  Michelin-starred Hong Kong dim sum restaurant Tim Ho Wan.  Local and regional cuisines are well represented. Al fresco dining, local and international coffee chains and a spiffy looking food court add to the allure of Plaza Singapura as a dining destination.

Since the days of the long queue for an pan from the Yaohan food hall and the then novel concept of free flow salad bar of Ponderossa, Plaza Singapura has been a food destination for local Singaporeans of all ages. Located along Singapore’s prime shopping street, Orchard Road, the mall has been expanded to incorporate The [email protected] The expanded Plaza Singapura is now home to a wide range of cuisines from all over the world. A brief overview of what is available when we made a visit to Plaza Singapura in early 2018 is below.


Perhaps it is a legacy from the Yaohan days – many of the Plaza Singapura restaurants and food places are from Japan or are offering Japanese food.

Café&Meal MUJI – The Japanese deli which allows you to pick from a range of hot and cold items, prepared with seasonal natural ingredients, for a nutritionally well-balanced, healthy meal.
#01-10 to 17

Itacho Sushi – Hand Made Sushi Specialist using fresh ingredients from Japan.

Coco Ichibaya – famous curry house from Japan with a wide variety of Japanese curry rice.

Hoshino Coffee – Japanese style Western cafe offers hand drip coffee and souffle as well as ice cream, salad and pasta. Read about our visit to Hoshino Suntec outlet here.

Tsukada Nojo  – Known for its collagen soup beauty pot; specialty chicken and ramen. Read about our lunch at their Chinatown Point Outlet here.

Suki-Ya – Shabu Shabu and Sukiyaki buffet.

Ajisen Ramen – founded in Kumamoto, Japan and famous for its rich Tonkotsu soup, Ajisen offers a wide variety of ramen.

Akimitsu – award-winning tempura & tendon restaurant from Asakusa, Japan serving golden crispy tempura prawns with crunchy greens. Read about our meal at Akimitsu.

Ichiban Sushi – conveyor belt sushi and sashimi, udon and set meals.


Sama Curry – serves authentic Japanese soup curry and curry rice.

Tokachi Tontaro – Juicy pork slices served over simmering rice is their specialty.

Teppei Syokudo – #B2-20

Kai sushi & grill – #B2-33

Gyoza-Ya – serves variations of freshly made gyozas and Jya Jya Men (read about our visit to their Hereen’s outlet here).

Sen Sushi – #B2-52

Burosu Ramen – #B2-52


There are several good casual Chinese restaurants in Plaza Singapura restaurants.

Haidilao Hot Pot 海底捞火锅 – Award winning restaurant specialising in Sichuan style hotpot. A reason for its popularity is that customers can have a manicure while waiting for their table.

Nanjing Impressions seeks to recreate the prosperity of the capital of China’s eastern Jiangsu province in the olden days – serving the favorite Nanjing snacks, dim sum, appetizers, noodles, soups, dumplings, desserts and liquors. Read abour our lunch at Nanjing Impressions here.
#04-46 to 51

Crystal Jade Kitchen – an extensive menu of dim sum, congee, roasted meats, wok fried dishes and a variety of one dish noodle and rice meals. Read about our lunch at Crystal Jade Kitchen Centrepoint.

Tim Ho Wan – Michelin star dim sum. See our review. Plaza Singapura’s Tim Ho Wan has a separate Takewawy Counter.

Xin Wang Hong Kong Café – Street favourites of Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai and Singapore can be found in this cafe.

Hong Kong Wonton Noodles – Pig’s Trotter in Red Fermented Beancurd Sauce, Stewed Beef Brisket, Deep Fried Dash Fish Ball with Salted Clam Sauce with Hong Kong’s style wonton noodles. See our post – Wanton (云吞) vs Dumplings (水饺) at Hong Kong Wonton Noodle.

Old Street Bak Kut Teh

South East Asian

South East Asian Cuisines are well represented in Plaza Singapura.

PappaRich – Malaysian favorites such as Nasi Lemak, Chicken Rice, Curry Laksa andPrawn Mee in air-conditioned comfort or the breezy outdoor.

Bangkok Jam – contemporary Thai dishes, including Peek Gai Tod or crispy chicken wings, Tom Yum Soup and Mango Sticky Rice.

Thai Express – authentic Thai cuisine and at reasonable prices.

Nam Nam Noodle Bar – One of the biggest Nam Nam outlets to get your fix for pho, bahn mi and other Vietnamese street food.


With the Korean wave sweeping Singapore, there will be more than a few food places in Plaza Singapura offering Korean food.

Seorae – serves signature Korean galmaegisal, Korean Charcoal BBQ, Dessert Bing Soo and various other other Korean dishes.

4 Fingers Crispy Chicken – casual diner serving crispy chicken, with no MSG and no preservatives,  in a variety of flavours.

Patbingsoo Korean Dining House offers Korean savouries and a wide range of Bingsoo.

Manna Story – rich traditional Korean cuisines.

Western & Fusion

Various American, European and fusion cuisines can all be found in this little Singapore food paradise.

Slappy Cakes – a popular family-friendly all-day breakfast spot in Plaza Singapura where you can make your own pancakes.

Eggs ‘n Things – a popular Waikiki eatery serving food in the spirit of Aloha. Eggs and Pancakes are the main attractions but there are also all day breakfast and other dishes for lunch and dinner.
#03-79, #03-83


Cajun On Wheels –  Louisiana-style seafood cuisine and Burgers as well as seafood platters drenched in exotic Thai Red Curry or creamy Salted Egg Yolk sauce.

Arteastiq – boutique tea house – read about our visit to Arteastiq Plaza Sing here.

The Soup Spoon

Secret Recipe – Well known for its cakes; and also offers pasta, pies, sandwiches and salads.


Let’s Meat Up   – Selections of charcoal grilled proteins with choice of rice or soba, with other Japanese side dishes, including the popular Cheesy Pork Fries and Sweet Potatoes Fries with Sour Plum Powder.

Hot Tomato – Grilled Garlic Shrimp, Rib Eye Steak, Fillet Mignon and other quality cuts at affordable prices.

Coffee, Tea & Desserts

Whether you need a perk me up cuppa or a decadent dessert, Plaza Singapore has many cafes and desserts restaurants and kiosks for you to choose from.

Typhoon Cafe – brings the “Taste of Taiwan” to Singapore with attractive fruit teas  and desserts as well as signature dishes like Australian Beef Short Rib with Wuxi Maltose Glaze and Crispy Whole Pork Knuckle with Taiwanese Chilli Jam.
#04-63, #04-67

DBS Bettr Barista – serious bank meets hip cafe – see our post.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Joe & Dough


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#01-34B, #01-53


Ya Kun Kaya Toast
#04-70 to 71

Fast Food & Chain Stores

The fast food chains and other familiar names are there.




Food Hall

The basement food hall also has varied and interesting offerings including Crave Nasi Lemak,  Ah Mah Homemade Cake and Chippy.




Al fresco

There are a number of outlets outside the mall as well for take-away and al fresco dining.

Muchos Mexican – Mexican cuisine; with reasonably priced sharing platters and attractive set lunch deals.

PappaRich  – offers Malaysian delights in the breezy outdoor.

WOOW Dessert Bar – shave ice, ice cream and other colourful desserts.

Toast Box – has a nice naturally ventilated sitting area just next to the taxi stand.

Food Court

There must of course be a food court. Kopitiam is located on the sixth level.

Kopitiam Food Court

Based on the list of Halal-certified Eating Establishments on MUIS website, halal-certified Plaza Singapura restaurants & food places include 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken, Burger King, Cajun On Wheels, Crave, KFC, McDonald’s, Nando’s,  Papparich and Secret Recipe.

Car park rates at Plaza Singapura

Current parking rates at Plaza Singapura are as follows:


Mon – Thu
12.00am – 5.59pm: $1.28 for 1st hr
Subsequent 15 mins or part thereof: $0.43
6.00pm-11.59pm: $2.57 per entry

Fri & Eve of PH
12.00am – 5.59pm: $1.28 for the 1st hr
Subsequent 15 mins or part thereof: $0.43
6.00pm-2.59am next day: $2.57 per entry

3.00am – 5.59pm: $2.57 for the 1st 2hrs
Subsequent 15 mins or part thereof: $0.43
6.00pm-2.59am next day: $2.57 per entry

Sun & PH
3.00am – 5.59pm: $2.57 for the 1st 2hrs
Subsequent 15 mins or part thereof: $0. 43
6.00pm-11.59am next day: $2.57 per entry


Mon – Sun & PH
$1.28 per entry

Dhoby Ghaut MRT Interchange

One of the reasons why almost all the Plaza Singapura restaurants & food places are very well patronised is the proximity to the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Interchange.

There are many other food outlets in Plaza Singapura to discover. Plaza Singapura is truly a Singapore food paradise in Orchard Road. Check the Plaza Singapura Directory for the current listing of Plaza Singapura Restaurants, Cafes and othe Food & Bevrage outlets.

Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road
Singapore 238839

Tel: +65 6332 9770

Nearby MRT Station : Dhoby Ghaut

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Plaza Singapura Food Directory

Plaza Singapura is where you will go to for a quick retail fix after a long day at work.  Other than retail items and familiar brand names, Plaza Singapura also houses a large array of eateries to feed your tummy after a long day. There are so many dining choices here to choose from!

Here, we have compiled this Plaza Singapura Food Directory which gives you a list of all the food places. You can now dine without the worry of excessive Googling on phone numbers or opening hours.


#B1-07 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6338 0631
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-39 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B2-44 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-40 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6341 9162
Daily: 11am – 10pm

#03-84 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6338 3277
Mon to Fri: 11. 30am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 10am – 10pm


#B1-08 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6835 7832
Daily: 11am – 10pm

#03-01 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 4566
Daily: 11am – 3pm, 5.30pm – 10pm


#B2-22 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6238 1245
Daily: 10am – 9pm


#B1-01 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6883 0026
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#01-34 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 6884
Mon to Thu, Sun: 11am – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 11am – 1am


#B1-55 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6837 2252
Daily: 10am – 9.30pm


#03-80/82 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6684 4312
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#04-10/11 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6337 2555
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#04-46 to 51 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6352 7877
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-02 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6341 9650
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-07 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6759 1082
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#01-32/35 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6735 9323
Daily: 10am – 11pm


#B2-47 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 9181 3038
Daily: 11. 30am – 10pm


#B2-01 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6334 3757
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-64 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 9368 6678
Daily: 10.30am – 10pm

Photo Credit: sapporolionsg


#B2-57 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6341 9936
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B2-52/54 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6337 5676
Daily: 11.30am – 10pm


#B2-52/54 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6337 5676
Daily: 11.30am – 10pm


#B2-32 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 9018
Mon to Sat: 9.30am – 10pm
Sun: 9.30am – 9.30pm


#03-18 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6341 9909
Daily: 11am – 10pm

Photo Credit: plazasingapura


#02-01 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 9181 2709
Daily: 11. 30am – 10pm


#04-65/68 Plaza Singapura,
68 Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6264 3390
Daily: 12pm – 3pm, 5pm – 10pm


#B2-26 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6684 0930
Daily: 8am – 9.30pm


#03-79/83 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 8381
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-46 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6325 4508
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B2-56 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 6077
Daily: 10am – 9.30pm


#01-34B/53 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6910 1153
Daily: 24 hours


#04-63/67 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 5423
Daily: 11. 30am – 10pm


#03-23 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6837 0650
Daily: 10.30am – 10.30pm


#B2-45 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-20 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6266 6382
Daily: 11am – 8pm


#03-24 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6339 5442
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#06-07 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6835 9300
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#03-21 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6338 9894
Daily: 11am – 10pm

#03-02 Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 4566
Daily: 11. 30am – 3pm, 5.30pm – 10pm


#01-29A Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6251 2000
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B4-53 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6509 1127
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#03-81 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6336 5003
Daily: 11.30am – 3.30pm, 5pm – 10pm


#B2-42 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6555 9101
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B2-35/36 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 5096
Daily: 7.30am – 9.30pm


#01-K1 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6336 3633
Daily: 11am – 10.30pm


#B2-41 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6238 8435
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#06-08/09/10 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 8698
Mon to Fri, Eve of PH: 11am – 11pm
Sat & Sun, PH: 10am – 11pm

[email protected] Singapura gets new look and a clutch of famous names, Latest Makan News

Foodies rejoice, the 20-year-old [email protected] Singapura has reopened with a fresh new look and exciting food mix.

After undergoing a few months of renovation, you can now find the best of local heritage cuisine under one roof.

Besides familiar home-grown tastes and a Mod-Sin- inspired menu, treat yourself to a scrumptious meal by Michelin-approved brands and Bib Gourmand awardees such as Shi Hui Yuan, Ah Er Soup and Hawker Chan, among others.

Pair your meal with Kopitiam’s all-new soda beverage series and Yakult concoction.

And from now to April 30, indulge in the all-time favourite sweet treat cheng tng at a special price of $1.50 (usual price $2.40/$2.70).

You will find crowd favourites such as Ah Ma Chi Mian, Riverside Indonesian BBQ, Original Fish Soup, Tuan Yuan Express, Nasi Ayam Taman Serasi by Fitra, Jin Fu Korean Cuisine, Qiu Lian Ban Mian, 65 Gourmet, Gopizza, Pepper Lunch Express and The Dessert Shop.

Check out these food and beverage brands that will make your trip down to #06-15/20 Plaza Singapura even more satisfying.


His outlet became the first hawker stall to be awarded a Michelin star in 2016, but chef Chan Hon Meng had been delighting customers with his soya sauce chicken recipe since 2009, when he set up Liao Fan Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle at Chinatown Complex Food Centre.

He wakes early in the morning to prepare the sauce for marination and to attain the signature flavour and tenderness, followed by many hours of manual braising.

Chef Chan uses only premium and fresh ingredients to prepare the dishes daily and firmly believes consistency in taste and food quality are essential to culinary success.


It started as a hawker stall in 1969 and for four consecutive years, from 2016 to 2019, it earned the Michelin Bib Gourmand award.

Famed for its collagen-rich gravy and nutrient-loaded herbal braising sauce, Shi Hui Yuan serves up a unique Singapore-invented hor fun that is both nutritious and affordable.


Established in 2012 at ABC Brickworks Market and Food Centre and awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2017, Ah Er Soup is famed for its generous portions of traditional Chinese herbal soup that boasts a rich taste due to long hours of simmering.

Some of the popular soups include Herbal Ginseng Black Chicken, Watercress Pork Ribs and Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, a luxurious dish containing a variety of high-quality ingredients such as abalone and fish maw.


Opened by local actor-host Mark Lee and four of his friends who share the same passion for food and kopi, it is known for serving seven flavours of chicken.

To prepare the dishes, it uses fresh chicken legs steamed in a bamboo basket to allow the meat to absorb the flavours, keeping it moist and juicy.

The signature Imperial Chicken Rice is made with a succulent jumbo chicken leg that is steamed to perfection and covered with an aromatic ginger sauce. It is served with fragrant chicken rice and a hearty soup.

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Grab the best value and stretch your dollar further with the ongoing FairPrice Neighbourhood Super 4 Days Deals promotion happening every Thursday to Sunday, where you can enjoy exclusive low-priced specials.

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Take the opportunity to introduce some seafood – such as the EB Squid Prawn Cake, Golden Crispy Prawn Cake or Shrimp Wonton (154g/200g, $8.50 for two packs, usual price $6.95 per pack) – in your meals.

The products are made with fresh whole prawns and non-GMO soya beans, and contain no trans fat. Simply cook them in an air fryer and your meal is complete.

Add more protein to your dishes with Al-Baqa Frozen Minced Beef or Beef Cube 500g ($3.95 each, usual price $5.85 to $6.20).

These juicy pre-cut pieces of meat are halal and can be immediately cooked in a pot, which means you can reduce the time and effort spent on cutting them.

Stir-fry the minced beef and beef cubes with Rice Field Rice Bran Oil 2L ($7.75, usual price $9.25).

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Plaza Singapura’s Toast Box suspended 2 weeks for rodent, cockroach infestation, Singapore News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Plaza Singapura’s Toast Box has been suspended for two weeks for a rodent and cockroach infestation, with the management closing the store to renovate and ramp up its cleanliness standards.

According to a suspension notice on the National Environment Agency’s website put up on Friday (May 25), the stall at #01-23 at 68 Orchard Road was suspended from Friday to June 7.

Toast Box’s regional general manager Vincent Lim told The Straits Times on Saturday that the outlet fully acknowledges the results of the NEA assessment, “which reflected that there were improvements needed in the cleanliness and hygiene standards at our outlet”.

He said the eatery has taken immediate action to address the findings, calling in pest control and sanitising the entire outlet.

“We also took the proactive approach to close the store for renovation in order to rectify the defects and identified issues before this NEA enforced closure,” said Mr Lim. 

“During this closure, we will further reinforce our standard operating procedures and training with our staff,” he said. “We would like to assure all that food safety and quality remains a priority to us, and we are committed to serving customers in accordance with official regulations.”

The store accumulated 12 demerit points over the last 12 months for failing to keep its licensed premises free of rodent and cockroach infestation, NEA said in its suspension notice. It was also fined $800.

Licensees who accumulate 12 or more demerit points during a 12-month period may have their licences suspended for either two or four weeks, or cancelled altogether.

All food handlers who work in the suspended premises would also be required to attend and pass the Basic Food Hygiene Course again, before they can resume work as food handlers.

NEA said it takes a serious view of these offences and would like to remind food operators to observe good food and personal hygiene practices at all times, and to engage only registered food handlers.

Members of the public who come across poor hygiene practices in food establishments may call NEA’s 24-hour contact centre on 1800-CALL NEA (1800-2255-632) with details for follow-up investigations.

The BreadTalk Group – which includes brands like BreadTalk, Toast Box and Food Republic – was founded in 2000 and now has close to 1,000 outlets in 17 locations.

90,000 Where to go if you want to sing in Kiev

Almost every one of us has a shocking Lady Gaga, stylish Elvis Presley or maybe even brutal Till Lindemann. Sometimes you want to sing so strongly that it is impossible to resist, and in this case, neither the option to put on headphones and start singing along to your favorite performer, nor whistling a melody under your breath, nor performing a corrosive hit while taking a shower, will help. After all, you want to perform so that others can hear and appreciate it.In what institutions in Kiev can you fully reveal your singing talent?

Musical entertainment with Mafia restaurants

The Mafia Italian restaurant chain is not only a place where you can eat deliciously while enjoying the authentic atmosphere of real Italy, but also sing with pleasure. A variety of food, in particular pizza, classic Japanese sushi and meat products, is complemented by all kinds of drinks: fresh juices, juices, cocktails and much more.

However, not everyone knows that these establishments also have an impressive karaoke menu.And while others are devouring delicious dishes by both cheeks, you can present them with your own performance of hits of Ukrainian and foreign pop music. An interesting feature of Mafia restaurants is karaoke around the world. Every day of the week is dedicated to a certain country, the song repertoire of which is recommended to be performed by guests.

Song tournaments for beginners and professionals in Amber

Restaurant Amber positions itself as one of the leaders in the preparation of European cuisine and offers visitors an excellent karaoke menu.Among the most popular dishes that are prepared in the institution are steaks, kebabs, hot and cold snacks, as well as desserts: pancakes, ice cream, cakes and much more. From drinks, shakes, smoothies, wines are available here, to which, as an addition, you can order a hookah with many different tastes to choose from.

Karaoke in “Amber” is for beginners and professionals. For those who are embarrassed or do not like to perform in front of strangers or do not want to injure their own subtle ears with someone’s mediocre singing, the restaurant has a vip-room.The karaoke menu is constantly updated with new hits. Periodically, the institution hosts special parties and contests dedicated to karaoke.

Karaoke evening in a stylish Elvis establishment

According to many singing lovers, Elvis is the best karaoke club in all of Kiev. In it you can not only spend your leisure time excitingly, testing your vocal talents, but also have a hearty meal. The menu here offers cold snacks, steaks, grilled meats, sushi and rolls. The entrance to the club is completely free for everyone.You can wet your throat between performances with fresh juices, cocktails, coffee and tea. The bright interior, many karaoke contests and a large dance floor, where all those present can light up to someone’s performance of hits, make the institution one of the most attractive in the city for fans of driving parties.

The WoWclub catalog contains all the karaoke clubs in the city, so it’s easy to find the right one. It is enough to follow the link and get acquainted in detail with the establishments of interest by looking at their addresses, opening hours and menus.This will allow you not to make a mistake with the choice and plan your leisure time with friends in advance, so that your vacation will definitely be of the highest quality.

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The restaurant’s interior is nice. The tables are too wide, even for a large company. Dirty cloth napkins lay on the plates. They wrote in the reviews that live music was only on weekends, but we were not lucky on Monday: the musicians played very loudly right next to us practically all our evening.Which led to the fact that we did not hear anything that was said by others at the table. The toasts in honor of the birthday boy also had to be postponed until the time when the musicians finished (as a result, there was an hour left for the holiday). To our requests to make the music quieter, we were told that there were still other visitors in the restaurant and we were interfering with their work. I was not too lazy and walked around the hall: in the farthest corner there were three couples and DIFFERENT music was playing, and the musicians were more of a disturbing background. There were 13 of us at the table, why it was impossible to listen to our request, I do not understand.The repertoire itself was also terrible, which caused additional discomfort. The restaurant’s background playlist, by the way, is good and it was a shame that we had to put up with the musicians. Despite Monday, when there should be a 50 percent discount on hookahs, the hookah man said that there are no the cheapest hookahs now and that in general the prices have now risen and those that cost 800 have become 1000. As a result, we took two hookahs for 750 for not clear ” discount “. The hookah was delicious. At first, the waiter ignored us, but then he often came up and brought orders quickly.Alcohol prices are average, unfortunately there was no cider that day. Also, before visiting, we discussed in advance the possibility of turning on a 3-minute video on a TV or projector, at first it seemed like they were allowed, then they were forbidden, then they agreed to use the projector again, on the day of the holiday they called me and said that it was definitely impossible to turn on the projector. , but YOU CAN TRY to turn it on on TV. Since we HAVE GIVEN the video to the birthday boy, it was important for us to include it in the restaurant. As a result, the manager assured me over the phone that we could still turn everything on TV, and that we only need a flash drive with the final version of the video.When we arrived, no one knew anything about the video, about how to turn it on on TV, and there was no one who could explain to us what to do. It’s good that we decided to play it safe and took a laptop, on which we eventually demonstrated our gift. General impressions of the place are negative, I don’t want to go back there.

How to celebrate Christmas in the city / City news / Moscow website

On January 7, Muscovites will celebrate one of the main Orthodox holidays – Christmas.Both on the holiday itself and on the eve – on Christmas Eve – various events will be held at the sites of the Travel to Christmas festival. A nativity scene will be built on Tverskaya Square – a kind of cave in which, according to legend, Jesus Christ was born.

Street puppet theaters prepared theatrical mysteries and performances for the townspeople. An ice show with the participation of Olympic champions will take place on Revolution Square. Read about how to celebrate Christmas in the city center, where to learn how to cook sbiten and make puppets for the nativity scene, in the article

Fortune telling, Christmas carols and biblical motives on stage

One of the central venues of the festival where Muscovites can celebrate Christmas will be Tverskaya Square. A European Christmas market has already been organized here. Visitors can learn how Christmas Eve is held in different countries, and get acquainted with the festive traditions of Austria, Czech Republic, Spain, and France.

For three days – January 6, 7 and 8 – festivities dedicated to Orthodox Christmas are planned here.A nativity scene will be built on the site: the floor will be laid with hay, and a wooden cradle will be placed in the center, which will be highlighted. Life-size puppets in Palestinian outfits will also be located here.

Christmas mysteries will be played in front of the nativity scene, and street Christmas games will be arranged for guests next to the tree. The townspeople will take part in the Christmas and New Year rite of driving a goat. Together with an actor dressed as a goat and her usual retinue – a grandfather, a gypsy and a musician – the guests will walk around the playground, sing songs and dance.You can also take part in Christmas divination.

In the “Christmas living room” on Tverskaya Square, guests can make wooden eight-pointed stars – a symbol of the birth of Jesus Christ. According to legend, when Jesus was born, a star lit up in the sky. Its rays, which shone brighter than others, helped the elders to reach the place where Christ was born to worship the Son of God. Then, according to ancient customs, a procession with the stars will be arranged for the participants.

Guests will be able to see the Christmas performance of the Nativity Theater. A special box will become the stage, and biblical stories will be played out with the help of rod puppets. Spectators will be shown the glorification of the Nativity of Christ by the angels, the adoration of the shepherds and the Magi to Jesus and the beating of infants by the order of King Herod.

Children and adults will be taught how to make dolls for the Christmas den. For their manufacture, fabrics, feathers, cotton wool and wooden blocks are used. Faces are painted with paints, however, the eyes and mouth are not drawn in detail.

The “Christmas kitchen” will work on the site all days.Cooking master classes will be held here, the participants of which will learn how to prepare a traditional festive dinner with a baked bird. Guests will also be shown how to properly cook sbiten and bake goats – Russian honey cakes.

Mummers and buffoons will walk around the site, everyone will be able to join the round dance around the Christmas tree and play interactive games.

Olympic Champions Ice Show and Street Performances

Christmas performances await guests at other festival venues.In the “Magic Ice Theater” on Revolution Square, opposite the Bolshoi Theater, on January 6 and 7, the show-ballet “Snow White” will take place. Performances will start at 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm on Friday 6 January and 5:00 pm on Saturday 7 January. In addition, Olympic and world champions will perform on Christmas Day with a demonstration program. Athletes from the Russian national figure skating team and the Russian Figure Skating Federation are preparing to go out on the ice. The show is slated to start at 19:00.

During a walk in the center, you will be able to visit street performances.The performances will take place in the middle of the day.

On January 6, Muscovites will be able to attend the Pulsar Show “The Kind Wizard Hedgehog” on Pushkinskaya Square, the “Flickering Snowflakes” light show by the Fire Theater of Obertaeva in Novopushkinsky Square and the “Che” play by the Black Square Theater on Manezhnaya Square. On Tverskoy Boulevard it will be possible to take part in the interactive program “New Year’s TV” of the Pololo theater. Theatrical performances are planned in the districts, including in the South-West Administrative District and Zelenograd.The schedule can be viewed here.

On January 7, Muscovites will also see festive performances. On Pushkinskaya Square, you will be able to watch the New Year’s show “Magic Lantern” by the Pololo Theater, in Novopushkinsky Square – an acrobatic show with light effects Pulsar Show. On Manezhnaya Square, guests will see the play “Hares” by the “High Brothers” theater, and on Tverskoy Boulevard – the light show “Secrets of Enchanted Snowflakes” by Obertaeva’s Fire Theater.

Honey, books and pastries from monasteries

A special platform has been organized at the “Journey to Christmas” festival, where monastery books, icons, candlesticks, candles, scarves, honey and pastries are sold.The Monastery Fair is located near the Kropotkinskaya metro station on Gogolevsky Boulevard, next to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Here you can buy goods from the Danilovsky Monastery and the Holy Dormition Svyatogorsky Monastery in Stolbushino, the Elisabeth Church and others.

Christmas will be celebrated at all 42 festival venues in the city center and its districts. It will run until January 15th. Read more about the opening hours, the schedule of master classes and other events in the special project.

Vakhtang Kikabidze: When I want to sing in Russian, I go to Ukraine | Europe and Europeans: News and Analytics | DW

In the center of Tbilisi, protests have been going on for two weeks, provoked on June 20 by the appearance of a State Duma deputy in the chair of the speaker of the Georgian parliament.Popular Georgian actor and singer Vakhtang Kikabidze also supported the protesters. The DW correspondent met with him at his home in Tbilisi to talk about the state of Georgian-Russian relations.

DW: Vakhtang Konstantinovich, on June 20, a State Duma deputy arrived in Tbilisi and sat in the chair of the speaker of the Georgian parliament. Only one hour passed, and a crowd gathered near the parliament. Why did this provoke such a reaction?

Vakhtang Kikabidze: First, they know his last name.He was one of the first to vote for the separation of Abkhazia from Georgia. Secondly, too many of our people died there, during this notorious war. And thirdly, no one knew they were coming. And the youth rushed there. I adore these young people, they have been standing there for the eleventh day, but so far the Minister of Internal Affairs is not going to resign.

– But even if the minister leaves, the theme of Russia will remain …

– The theme of Russia is an eternal theme. There (in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.- Ed. ), there is a creeping annexation, there they constantly move the border, kidnap people and then ask for a ransom for them. The man lives behind a fence on one side, and the wife is buried on the other side, and the church is also on the other side. And he can neither go to church, nor bring flowers to the grave. This is all disgusting – there is such an expression among the Russians.

– What imprint does this “disgusting” leave on the attitude towards ordinary tourists who come to Tbilisi?

– Tourists are leaving very happy.There were many tourists. Now Putin is shutting down air traffic, but people will still come through other countries, I’m sure. I repeat all the time – they have a very bad, lousy script.

– What is this scenario? Is this part of a plan?

– Yes, 15-20 years ago I watched Zhirinovsky’s speech, he spoke about the division of Georgia into provinces, and the deputies listened and applauded. The plan is to split Georgia, make life so bad here, and then the Kremlin will say: we will help you.And they will enter here, this is the plan.

It is very easy to ruin a small country. And the big one is difficult. They didn’t have to go to Ukraine, it’s not a small country, and they love their homeland very much.

– Do you feel an immediate threat from Russia?

– Yes, of course, all the time …

– What is it?

– The fact that people live in anticipation of something very bad. And now it burst out, that’s why such a huge number of students came out.They look at life differently, this must be taken into account. After all, the Kremlin has a government of old concepts, and this time has long passed, a movement in the other direction has long since begun.

Russia is very annoyed that we want to join NATO, we strive for the West, that we want to be a democratic country …

“We were always accompanied by KGB workers”

– In an interview with DW last year you said that you hated the coat of arms Soviet Union. This caused a storm of emotions in Russia, the comments were very negative.Can you explain this somehow?

– I traveled abroad a lot, and always noticed that when people found out that we were from the Soviet Union, for some reason everyone frowned.

We were always accompanied by employees of the KGB, in this regard, the artists have a lot of stories. If you were given something, you definitely had to hand it over to the state. We didn’t feel like citizens of a good country. But I have always said that politics is one thing, and the people is another. But I know that many people in Russia like Putin’s policies.Because they believe that he is conquering lands for Russia. At one point, this will turn out badly.

In Russia, people are offended that we call them occupiers. But what is the name of the person who takes your land and puts up wire fences there? This is the occupation.

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin sleeps and sees to recreate the Georgian SSR.

– One of the participants in the protests in front of the parliament told me a phrase like: “I cannot believe that we have been protesting against the same nonsense for 30 years already.”She meant Russian influence in Georgia. But what to do with geography – after all, there is no escape from a huge neighbor, which borders on your country from the north?

– We are very few, the country is very small, and Vladimir Vladimirovich really wants to put her on a chain. I participated in one telethon, and they asked me: why do you want to join NATO?

“Our people will not kneel”

– And why do you want to join NATO?

– All hope is that the leaders of large countries will have a little heartache, and they would help us to enter this coalition.Our guys have been fighting for many years together with NATO, many guys have died. But we are in trouble because of Russia, so we need to be abandoned, or what? A country called Georgia can disappear very easily. But our people will not kneel.

– What do you think of the new president of Ukraine Zelensky?

– I know him very well, he is a wonderful person, very educated and very talented. This is a completely different generation, to which the former residents of the Soviet Union are not yet accustomed.

– Would you go into politics yourself?

– My psychology is not suitable for this profession. Of course, I could sit in a chair and make money and get privileges. But why would I need it?

– If you met with Vladimir Putin, what would you tell him?

– I would tell him that he has a very bad screenwriter. We are two Orthodox peoples, we must be friendly, but the opposite is happening.

– How many years have you not been to Russia?

– Already the eleventh year.

– Don’t you miss?

– I really miss you. A lot of letters come.

– And what do they write?

– That politics is one thing, and we are another. But I said from the very beginning, when I refused the Order of Friendship, when I saw Russian tanks on our territory, that I would be ashamed to look my grandchildren in the eyes. Because the grandchildren will grow up and spit in your face. But I did not think that such a reaction would be – a lot of nasty things were written on the Internet.

– What would you say to your fans in Russia?

– I will tell them one thing: I love them very much, I have a huge program in Russian.And when I really feel the urge to sing these songs, I go to Ukraine, sing there, and everyone listens with pleasure. I wish them happiness and a quiet life outside of politics. And so that they have a government that suits them.

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  • Mass protests in Tbilisi

    Start of protests

    Protesters gathered in front of the Georgian parliament building in Tbilisi on the evening of June 20.They were outraged by the behavior of State Duma Deputy Sergei Gavrilov, head of the Interparliamentary Assembly of Orthodoxy (MAP), the next General Assembly of which was to be held in the Georgian capital.

  • Mass protests in Tbilisi

    State Duma Deputy Sergei Gavrilov in the Georgian parliament

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    Protesters with placards in front of the Georgian parliament

    The opposition accused the Georgian authorities and the chairman of the parliament of allowing Gavrilov to speak. Georgian politicians were especially outraged by the fact that Gavrilov supports Moscow’s recognition of the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

  • Mass protests in Tbilisi

    Anti-Russian slogans

    Those who came to the rally in Tbilisi protested against the “Russian occupation” of Georgia.One of the leaders of the opposition party “European Georgia” Gigi Ugulava said that the protest event will continue until the chairman of the parliament Irakli Kobakhidze resigns.

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    Thousands of protesters came to a protest in Tbilisi

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    Protesters occupied the square in front of the Georgian parliament

    Later, the demonstrators tried to break into the parliament building. Police in Tbilisi used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse the protesters.

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    Clashes between demonstrators and police in Tbilisi

    According to the Ministry of Health of Georgia, during the clashes between demonstrators and the police, 52 people were injured, 38 of them were policemen.

  • Massive protests in Tbilisi

    Russia bans direct flights with Georgia

    Russian President Vladimir Putin, in response to anti-Russian statements by Georgian politicians, signed on June 21 a decree temporarily banning Russian airlines from carrying passengers to Georgia. The decree comes into force on July 8. And from that date the Ministry of Transport banned Georgian air carriers from flying to Russia.

  • Massive protests in Tbilisi

    Protests in Tbilisi do not stop

    Speaker of the Parliament Irakli Kobakhidze, whose chair was taken by Russian MP Gavrilov, resigned on June 21.He himself was in Baku during Gavrilov’s visit. Meanwhile, protesters continued to gather outside the parliament building in Tbilisi throughout the week, demanding the resignation of Interior Minister Giorgi Gakharia, as well as the release of demonstrators detained during previous protests.

  • Massive protests in Tbilisi

    Elections according to the proportional system

    On June 24, the Georgian authorities agreed to fulfill part of the protesters’ demands. Parliamentary elections in 2020 will be held on a proportional system with a zero electoral barrier, promised Bidzina Ivanishvili, leader of the ruling Georgian Dream – Democratic Georgia party.

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90,000 It has become more difficult to drink and eat in the Kremlin

The Federal Security Service (FSO) for the first time since 2012 has updated the rules for visiting the Moscow Kremlin, the new requirements come into force on Tuesday, April 20. Now it is very clearly prescribed how much liquid and food you can have with you, where you can’t go and what you can’t do. Parlamentskaya Gazeta learned how to behave in the Kremlin in a new way.

The approved regulations determine the procedure for admitting visitors to the Kremlin, the Mausoleum and the territory of the necropolis near the Kremlin wall. And also the rules of conduct on the territory of the Kremlin, at the memorial in the Alexander Garden, on Red Square and in other territories directly adjacent to the Moscow Kremlin.

Not possible with a suitcase

The time of visiting the Kremlin has not changed – it is open every day, except Thursday, from 10 am to 5 pm. Access to the Mausoleum is possible daily, except Mondays and Fridays, from 10 am to 1 pm.By the way, Lenin’s tomb recently opened after a long hiatus.

A list of territories closed for free visits has been determined – these are Arsenalnaya, Senatskaya and Dvortsovaya streets, Dvortsovy courtyard, Central square, Taynitsky garden and Ivanovskaya square, with the exception of the site of the museumified archaeological excavations.

The updated rules include a list of things that visitors are allowed to carry with them: folders, small bags and backpacks, umbrellas, mobile phones and “portable electronic computing devices”, film, photo and video equipment.

Not every drone will fly to the President

You can bring transparent plastic containers with soft drinks – up to one liter or other transparent containers – up to 0.33 liters to the Kremlin. And also food products in transparent packaging weighing up to one kilogram. The rest of the belongings must be checked in to the storage room in the Alexander Garden.

Photo: AGN Moscow

Visitors are prohibited from entering fences, walking or lying on lawns, drinking alcohol, launching drones, posting advertisements, as well as singing, dancing and playing musical instruments.The document also refers to compliance with sanitary and epidemiological requirements.

People with disabilities will be allowed into the Kremlin in wheelchairs, and visitors with disabilities, if medically indicated, will be allowed to use individual technical means of rehabilitation.

Head of the press and public relations department of the FSO Denis Simonov , quoted by TASS, said that the rules “are focused on modern approaches to creating a comfortable environment for Russian and foreign tourists.”

According to Anatoly Vyborny, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption, the new rules for staying in the Kremlin declare the simplicity and accessibility of visiting one of the main symbols of Russia.

“The openness of power is a modern trend. The Kremlin is the residence of the head of state, which is accessible to the public. It contains many memorable objects that directly tell about the history of Russia. The rules of access and infrastructure for tourists are being improved, but special attention should be paid to ensuring the security of the restricted area, they should be at the forefront, “Vyborny told Parlamentskaya Gazeta.

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According to the deputy, the Kremlin should have a special culture of conducting excursions, uniform high standards of the work of guides. This is the next step in the development of the tourist attraction of the Moscow Kremlin.

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Kiev news: patriotic flash mob will be held on Sophia Square

News – Leisure and food – Symphony orchestra will accompany: come to sing the anthem of Ukraine on Sofia square

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31 August 2014 11:33




A patriotic flash mob with more than 100 performers will take place tomorrow on Sofiyskaya Square.

According to the director of the flash mob Aleksey Khetchikov, it will start at 17:00 with the bells of St. Sophia Cathedral. Four folk choirs will perform the student anthem “Gaudeamus” and a prayer for Ukraine. The flash mob will end with the performance of the anthem of Ukraine to the accompaniment of a symphony orchestra. Anyone can join in the performance of patriotic melodies.

Based on materials from “Today”.

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