Vivocity restaurants promotion: Top Dining Deals in VivoCity

Top Dining Deals in VivoCity

Whether you’re planning to take the Sentosa Express to the island down south for a beach day, or just craving for some good retail therapy at VivoCity, you’ll never run out of places to eat at this foodie’s paradise.

Boasting the title of the largest shopping mall in Singapore and conveniently situated right above Harbourfront MRT station, the wide variety of restaurants and cuisines will have you contemplating on where to eat. Why head to the food court when you can save on quality restaurant meals with ChopeDeals?

A Wide Range Of Food Options And Deals At VivoCity

VivoCity’s food options are like no other – no matter what cuisine you’re craving for, they will have something for you. Wondering where in VivoCity to dine at? We’ve made it easy for you by shortlisting options for you based on your cravings. 

Craving some Black Pepper or Chilli Crab? You can’t go wrong with Dancing Crab, one of the most popular seafood restaurants in Singapore.

Lift your mood and satiate your seafood cravings at this Louisiana dining concept, where the assortment of Cajun-style seafood mains and side dishes will have you spoilt for choice. For the best way to enjoy shellfish, go for the combo bags and dig in with your hands!

For when you want to sink your teeth into gourmet burgers: HANS IM GLÜCK German Burgergrill, a burger bar with genuine German flavours, guarantees a mouthwatering and memorable gastronomic experience amongst the forest! From vegan burgers to juicy beef burgers, their menu caters to every diet, which is perfect for gatherings with friends and family. 

Thinking about smoking great skewers? Shin Kushiya promises only top-notch quality Kushiyaki skewers of all sorts, from seafood to meat and vegetable ingredients that’ll have you ordering more! The restaurant offers a truly authentic Japanese dining experience – all ingredients are specially flown in from the famous Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo and the skewers are charcoal-grilled over Bincho charcoal imported from Japan.

Just looking for a spot to wind (or wine) down? Gather at Brotzeit VivoCity over a couple of ice cold quality brews of your choice, or be whisked straight to Italy with authentic Spanish flavours at Tapas Club.

Up for some dim sum or tze char at a Chinese restaurant? For dim sum lovers, Crystal Jade Jiang Nan might be right up your alley! Their signature dishes including Steamed Black Truffle Xiao Long Bao and Pan-fired Mala Buns are not to be missed! Or if you are looking to bond with your family over a sumptuous tze char experience, check out Dian Xiao Er for authentic and delectable Chinese cuisine in an ancient inn setting.

Save On Food At VivoCity With ChopeDeals

Spending the whole day at VivoCity? Save on all three meals when you spend your weekend at the mall! With ChopeDeals, you can save up to 50% at our participating restaurants at VivoCity. Simply purchase your deal, head to the restaurant and order and redeem your voucher during payment!

Top 34 VivoCity Restaurants to Dine at in Singapore: What to Eat at VivoCity

Vivocity is a massive shopping mall that Singaporeans tend to visit on the way to Sentosa. It’s chock-full of restaurants and cafes, but the layout can be somewhat confusing and it’s so big that searching for a place to eat can feel like playing an escape room game.

Here’s a guide to what to eat the next time you’re at VivoCity, no matter what type of cuisine you’re in the mood for.

Price Guide

$ – $5 to $15
$$ – $15 to $30 for a meal
$$$ – $30 to $50 for a meal


Japanese restaurants in Vivocity

Restaurant Price
Sushi Goshin by Akashi $$
Tajimaya Yakiniku / Sukiya KIN $$
Aburi En $$
Akimitsu $$
Kagurazaka Saryo $
Shin Kushiya $$

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If it’s sushi and sashimi you’re after, Sushi Goshin (#B2-28) by Akashi serves up high quality renditions of classic dishes.

On the other hand, if you’re hankering after charcoal grill yakiniku and Japanese sukiyaki and shabu shabu hotpot, check out Taijimaya Yakiniku and Suki-Ya Kin (#1-102/103) respectively.

Meat lovers who want to sink their teeth into some wagyu should hit up Aburi-en (#01-159/160), where you get to tuck into quick and tasty rice bowls topped with aburi-style wagyu beef.

Tempura fans should check out the Singapore branch of award-winning Tokyo restaurant Akimitsu (#01-54), which serves up heavy bowls of tendon at a wallet-friendly price point.

Can’t decide what you want? You’ll find everything from charcoal-grilled chicken skewers, sushi and sashimi to donburi and bento lunch sets at Shin Kushiya (#02-120). 

Finish with some sweet treats from Kagurazaka Saryo (#01-59), a Japanese dessert shop serving up sweet drinks, ice cream and pastries.


Chinese restaurants in Vivocity

Restaurant Price
Central Hong Kong Cafe $
Paradise Teochew Restaurant $$$
Crystal Jade Dining In $$
Crystal Jade Jiang Nan $$
Putien $$
Soup Restaurant $$
Black Society $$

For many Singaporeans, Chinese food is comfort food and always tastes reassuringly familiar even when discovering new varieties. The abundance of Chinese restaurants at VivoCity is a testament to the enduring popularity of Chinese cuisine here, and enables you to sample dishes from all over China.

Dig into Hong Kong-style thick toast or instant noodles at Central Hong Kong Cafe (#B2-13/14) or Macau pork chop bun at Tai Lei Loi Kei (#B2-26A), a cheap and casual eatery that is popular with students. Meanwhile, London Fat Duck (#B2-29) serves up Hong Kong-style roast duck as well as other goodies like dim sum and wanton noodles in a casual setting.

For something a little fancier, check out Paradise Teochew Restaurant (#01-53) and Crystal Jade Jiang Nan (#01-5), where you can enjoy Teochew and Jiangnan/Sichuan cuisine, best savoured by sharing several dishes amongst a group of people.

At Crystal Jade Dining In (#01-112), sample classic Chinese dishes and some modern interpretations. Meanwhile, at Putien (#02-131/132), Fujian cuisine takes centre stage. At Black Society (#02-156/157), enjoy Cantonese cuisine and dim sum in an ultra-chic and modern setting.
And at Soup Restaurant (#02-141, you’ll enjoy Singapore-style heritage cuisine that will more likely than not taste very familiar. Samsui ginger chicken, anyone?


Korean restaurants in Vivocity

Restaurant Price
Bornga $$
Paik Bibim $
Patbingsoo Korean Dining House

The popularity of all things Korean shows no sign of abating, and every self-respecting shopping mall needs to have at least one or two Korean options to be taken seriously.

At VivoCity, you’ll find the ubiquitous Korean barbecue restaurant in the form of Bornga (#02-123/124).

Meanwhile, bibimbap fans can head to casual eatery Paik’s Bibim (#02-125) for a quick and affordable bowl of Korean rice and a cup of coffee.

And of course, you can enjoy the ever-popular bingsoo at VivoCity, too, thanks to the VivoCity branch of bingsoo chain Patbingsoo (#B2-27).


European restaurants in Vivocity

Restaurant Price
Poulet $$
Tapas Club $$
Jamie’s Pizzeria and Bar $$$
Gastronomia Da Paolo $
Hans Im gluck $$
Marche Movenpick $$

VivoCity is home to some high-profile European restaurants that Singaporeans are willing to travel all the way to Harbourfront for.

For a hearty side of French roast chicken, hit up Poulet (#01-175). Spanish restaurants are not very common in Singapore, so try some authentic paella at Tapas Club (#01-98/99). 

For German burgers, head to Hans im Glück (#01-57).

Some popular chains that are familiar sights island wide have also set up shop at Vivo City. The well-known Italian chain of Da Paolo restaurants has a Gastronomia (#01-108) outlet at VivoCity where you can grab a gourmet pasta or pizza to go.

The popular Marche Mövenpick (#03-14) also has a VivoCity branch where you can enjoy their perennial bestsellers like rösti and crêpes.


But the most hyped restaurant of all has to be celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Jamie’s Pizzeria and Bar (#01-165), which is pricey but has many first-timers booking a table out of curiosity.


Seafood and steamboat restaurants

Restaurant Price
No Signboard Seafood Restaurant $$
Dancing Crab $$
Haidilao Hotpot $$$
Beauty in a Pot $$$

Being near the sea, VivoCity might inspire you to tuck into a hearty seafood meal. The popular No Signboard Seafood Restaurant (#03-02) has an outlet at VivoCity where you can try local specialities like white pepper crab. At Dancing Crab (#03-10), on the other hand, sample American-style seafood alongside local dishes.

If you’re dining in a group, there are few activities more enjoyable than sitting down to a hearty hotpot meal. Super popular branches Haidilao (#03-09) and Beauty in a Pot (#03-08A) both have branches at VivoCity, but queues can be long on weekends.


Halal restaurants in Vivocity

Restaurant Price
Burger King $
McDonald’s $
Secret Recipe $$
Fish & Co $$
Earle Swensen’s $$

Muslim diners are probably already familiar with the some of the more well-known chain restaurants that serve Halal food. There’s a fairly good selection of them at VivoCity, including ubiquitous fastfood chains Burger King (#02-80/81) and McDonald’s (#B2-40/41).

Malaysian chain restaurant Secret Recipe (#02-108/109) also has a VivoCity branch, as does Fish & Co (#02-116). And finally, Earle Swensen’s (#02-117), an extension of popular restaurant chain Swensen’s, is also represented at VivoCity.


Vegetarian restaurants in Vivocity

Restaurant Price
Greendot $
Saravanaa Bhavan $
Toss & Turn $

As a vegetarian, you must be used to looking despairingly at menus and realising there is nothing there for you. While there isn’t a huge number of vegetarian restaurants at VivoCity, there are a few decent options that enable you to order more than just the salad.

Greendot (#02-150) claims to be Singapore’s biggest vegetarian chain. They offer casual dining in a relaxed setting and serve up vegetarian dishes with a local twist, such as their signature rendang mushroom bowl.

Indian food is always a safe bet when looking for vegetarian options. Saravanaa Bhavan (#03-01) is an Indian stall at Food Republic food court that serves up vegetarian South Indian dishes.

Another option is Toss & Turn (#01-113/114), a salad bar where you pick and mix various salad bases, add-ons and sauces. While it is not strictly a vegetarian eatery, there are so many meat-free ingredients that you won’t feel at all restricted in your choices.

Where is your favourite place to eat at VivoCity? Share your recommendations in the comments!



Table for two, please: Celebrate the lifting of Singapore’s dine-in ban with these F&B promotions, Lifestyle News

[UPDATED, June 23]

After over a month of surviving off takeaways and deliveries, we’re finally allowed to dine at eateries, as long as we’re in pairs.

To celebrate, why not head out for a meal with one of your loved ones and enjoy some of these promotions while you’re at it?

Xing Wang Hong Kong Cafe

Diners looking to treat themselves to a little high-tea session can check out Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe’s flagship outlet at Bugis+.

They have a promotional dim sum high tea set for two that’s going for just $18.80. This is available from 2pm to 5pm and comes with a variety of bite-sized goodies like siew mai, har gow and carrot cake.

The set also comes with free-flow Hong Kong milk tea to quench your thirst in between bites. For those of you who prefer your drinks cold, top up an additional $1.20 for iced milk tea instead.

Apart from high tea, diners can also enjoy other exciting deals like $10 executive set lunches from 11am to 2pm, one-for-one sides or beer from 5pm to 10pm and 50 per cent off their claypot fish head steamboat or Hong Kong-style sizzling chicken claypot from 10pm to 7am.

Address: 201 Victoria St, #01-02/K1, Singapore 188067


To curb those fast food cravings, you can pop on over to Jollibee and enjoy their new Snack 2 Share set.

Each set is priced at just $12 and comes with two items of your choice. Pick from the Yumburger with Cheese, Spicy Chicken Fillet Burger, Jolly Spaghetti and Jolly Chicken Hotdog. Do note that these dishes can’t be mixed and matched.

Do note that these dishes can’t be mixed and matched.

The promotion is available at all Jollibee outlets in Singapore and you can check out a list of their outlets here.

Buffet Town

From now till July 31, Buffet Town will be having a promotion for those dining in pairs. Prices start from $55 nett for two pax. 

The halal-certified restaurant specialises in international buffets so you can expect a myriad of options that will leave you spoilt for choice.

Seats are limited and diners are encouraged to book themselves a slot to avoid disappointment. This can be done via Buffet Town’s website or you drop them a call at 6837 3793. 

Address: 252 North Bridge Road, B1-44E, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore179103


Another buffet spot to consider is Kiseki, a popular Japanese restaurant in the heart of Somerset. 

Similar to Buffet Town, the promotion will run from now till July 31 and deals start from $50 for two pax.

You can also book yourself a seat in advance on their website or drop the restaurant a call at 6736 1216. 

Address: 181 Orchard Road, #08-01/02/03, Singapore 238896

Menya Kanae Ramen 

For an izakaya-style meal, check out Menya Kanae Ramen’s Novena outlet. 

From now till June 24, diners can enjoy their second main for 50 per cent off.

They also have fresh draft Sapporo beer for just $5 so you can end your meal on a high. 

Address: 275 Thomson Road, #01-08 Novena Regency, 307645 

Mom’s Touch 

From now till July 30, Korean fried chicken joint Mom’s Touch is having a one-for-one promotion for their Mom’s Thigh Burger.

Do note that the promotion is only available between Monday and Friday from 3pm to 5pm till July 30. You can enjoy the deal at all of their outlets and each customer is limited to one redemption. 

Address: 10 Paya Lebar Quarter, #01-37, Paya Lebar Quarter, Singapore 409057

176 Orchard Road B1-07 The Centrepoint Singapore 238843

20 Eastwood Road, #01-03 Eastwood Centre, Singapore 486442

Mrs Pho 

Missing Vietnamese food? Get your pho fix at Mrs Pho which will be offering one-for-one mains from now till June 25.

The promotion will only be available at their [email protected] and VivoCity outlets. 

Address: 313 Orchard Road, #01-16, Singapore 238895

1 HarbourFront Walk, Vivocity, #B2-29, Singapore 098585


Indulge in some Michelin-starred ramen and check out Tsuta’s one-for-one mains promotion that will run from now till June 25.

The deal is available at their [email protected], VivoCity and Jewel Changi Airport outlets. 

Address: B2-29A Vivocity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 098585

313 Orchard Road, #01-17, Singapore 238895

78 Airport Blvd, #02-242, Singapore 819666


Can’t get enough ramen? At Kanada-ya, diners can enjoy a free side dish when they purchase two bowls of regular ramen.

This promotion is available at their PLQ Mall, Change Alley Mall, Marina Square and Paragon outlets and is valid until July 18.

Address: 10 Paya Lebar Road, Paya Lebar Quarter, #03-30 PLQ Mall, 409057

30 Raffles Place, #01-19/20, Singapore 048622

6 Raffles Boulevard #02-203/204, Marina Square Marina Square, Singapore 039594

290 Orchard Road, #04-09 Paragon, Singapore 238859


In celebration of the opening of their second outlet at Jem, Re.juve will be having a one-for-one promotion for their drinks.

Take note that this deal is only for the first 500 customers so if you’re keen, you better hurry on over to the West. 

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Road, B1-K18, Singapore 608549

[email protected] 

Restaurant & Bar VivoCity – The Queen & Mangosteen

Restaurant & Bar at VivoCity with waterfront dining, craft beers and daily happy hour.

Did You Know?

There is a legend about Queen Victoria offering a reward of 8 pounds sterling to anyone who could deliver to her the fresh mangosteen fruit. Although this legend can be traced to a 1930 publication by the fruit explorer, David Fairchild, it is not substantiated by any known historical document, yet its probably responsible for the mangosteen often being referred to as the… “Queen of Fruit”.


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    Great food, and underrated Pub Grub. Although The Queen & Mangosteen is known as a Gourmet British Pub, the quality of food that it serves is beyond the regular expectation of Pub Food. Don’t miss our regular Sunday Roast too!

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    A vast selection of refreshing drinks. Award winning micro-brewed Archipelago Beers, wines, ciders and cocktails. Also don’t miss out the variety of Pimm’s & Lemonade available!

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    Lively pit stop in between your shopping-day-out. The Queen & Mangosteen is located at VivoCity, Singapore’s Largest Shopping Mall and Best Family-Friendly Mall winner 2014.

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    Million dollar views of Sentosa Island. Adore the well sculpted world-class resort view from The Queen & Mangosteen’s alfresco area while you are sipping your beers and sampling the gourmet British fare. And not forgetting the fireworks performance by the waterfront every Friday and Saturday at 9.30pm. (Subject to change without prior notice)

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    Rendezbooze with cozy ambience and refreshing drinks daily!
    1 for 1 on selected house cocktails, house wines and sparkling wines; selected beers starts at $7++/half pint to $12++/pint until 8pm.   Not available on eve of public holiday, public holiday and major event nights.

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    A little twist for the fun-spirited patrons every Friday and Saturday evening! DJ Wan will entertain you with spins of pop hits from 8.00pm onwards.

No Signboard Seafood offering 40% off crabs at selected outlets from May 8 to June 20 – Mothership.SG

In celebration of No Signboard Seafood’s 40th Anniversary, diners can enjoy 40 per cent off crabs from May 8 to June 20, 2021.

The promotion is valid at its Esplanade Mall and VivoCity outlets.


A maximum of two crabs per table order will be eligible for the promotion.

Here are the prices for some of their crabs:

  • Mud Crab (800g to 900g): S$96. 30
  • Dungeness Crab (800g to 1kg): S$136.96
  • Snow Crab (1.1kg to 1.19kg): S$283.02
  • Alaskan King Crab (1.7kg to 1.79kg): S$430.68

In addition, diners can opt for any cooking style such as the restaurant’s signature White Pepper Sri Lankan Crab, Chilli Crab and Cereal Crab.

Photo via @blueskiescottonclouds on Instagram

Photo via @blueskiescottonclouds on Instagram


Photo via No Signboard Seafood


No Signboard Seafood (Esplanade Mall)

Address: 8 Raffles Ave, #01-14/16 Esplanade, Singapore 039802

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday, 11am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 10pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday, 11am to 10pm

No Signboard Seafood (VivoCity)

Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #03-02 Vivo City, Singapore 098585

Opening hours: 11am to 10:30pm, daily

Top photos via @thenoisyelephant on Instagram and No Signboard Seafood

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[SG EATS] Seafood Paradise Reopens in Vivo City Singapore – April Promotion

Seafood Paradise, Paradise Group’s first dining concept, has finally reopened after a 2 year hiatus. Started by Mr Eldwin Chua in 2002, Seafood Paradise was a humble eatery at Defu Lane serving delectable home-style dishes prepared with quality ingredients which attracted a loyal following despite the simple setting.

Credit: Press Release

The success of Seafood Paradise spurred Mr Chua to create more restaurant concepts offering enticing food at value for money prices. The group now has an impressive 13 brands in Singapore and Asia.

Fans of Seafood Paradise will be pleased with the restaurant’s new and convenient location-Vivocity. The spacious unit offers indoor seating and private rooms, as well as an alfresco area for diners to take in the sweeping views of the bay. Great for family meals, dates as well as business lunches.

Awaken your taste buds with the Popular Singapore Style Chilli Sri Lankan Crab (S$9.50/100g), our nation’s beloved iconic dish. Fresh Sri Lankan crabs are cooked in a mildly spicy, sweet and tangy sauce which had extra oomph thanks to the crustacean juices which mingled in during the simmering. Do remember to order some fried mantou and drench them into the sauce which hits all the right notes. Laden with calories, yes, but totally yummy!

I was keen to try the Signature Creamy Butter Sri Lankan Crab Topped with Coconut Crumbs (S$9.50/100g) as Seafood Paradise is the original creator of creamy butter crabs. The flavour was comforting, yet intriguing which was attributed by the hint of coconut which added a touch of exoticism. Very beckoning!

Bite cautiously into the Deep-fried Cheese Bacon Roll (S$12.40/4pcs), where hot molten cheese awaits to flow and delight the palate. In this unique dish, mild cheddar cheese is stuffed into prawn and squid paste, wrapped with bacon, deep fried, glazed with sweet BBQ sauce and finished with a sprinkle of black sesame seeds. I can see this being a hit with kids!

One of the dishes which exemplifies timeless comfort is the Poached Live Tiger Prawn with Chinese Herbs in Superior Stock (S$29/300g, S$41/450g, S$53/600g). Crunchy and juicy jumbo prawns frolic in superior stock simmered with Chinese Herbs, rice wine and hua diao wine for more than 3 hours-a fortifying dish great for cool nights.

There is nothing too complicated going on with the Steamed Dragon Tiger Grouper with Preserved Turnip (S$9/100g), so that the pristine flesh of the fish can shine. This particular species was specifically chosen because the firm texture teams up well with fried preserve turnip and fried pork lard topping.

Feeling carnivorous? Available for ordering in individual pieces, Baked Pork Belly Rib with Honey Pepper Sauce ($8.90/pc) guarantees to tickle the fancy of meat lovers. Pork belly ribs are marinated for a day with an in-house blend, baked to a crisps exterior, then coated with honey and pepper sauce which lends a sweet and spicy kick. I like how succulent and juicy the meat is despite undergoing the wrath of the oven. I recommend putting down the cutlery and using your hands to enjoy it. Don’t worry, there is no mess as the thoughtful chef has wrapped each bone with aluminium foil.

Crispy Kang Kong topped with Cuttlefish in Homemade Seafood Sauce (S$15.80/S$112.80/S$30.80) is Seafood Paradise’s rendition of the zi char classic, You He Eng Cai. The chef ups the ante by dipping each Kang Kong leaf into light batter, before deep frying. Although this is certainly not the most healthy way to consume greens, its undoubtedly super addictive. On the other side of the plate, there is cuttlefish drizzled with a sauce made with hoisin, sweet Thai Chill and sesame oil.

Conclude the meal with a refreshing palate cleanser, Chilled Lemongrass in Lemonade and Sour Plum Juice (S$5.80), made fresh in house daily.

To celebrate the reopening Seafood Paradise is holding a month-long promotion for Citi, Maybank and PGR Cardmembers-50% off Nostalgic Dishes.

Week 1 (12 April- 18 April) : Signature Creamy Butter Sri Lankan Crab topped with Coconut Crumbs (limited to two crab redemptions per table per bill)

Week 2 (19 April – 25 April) : Boston Lobster tossed with Salted Egg Yolk (limited to two lobster redemptions per table per bill)

Week 3 (26 April – 2 May) : Steamed Dragon Tiger Grouper with Preserved Turnip (limited to one fish per redemption per table per bill)

Week 4 (3 May- 9 May): Poached Tiger Prawn in Superior Stock with Chinese Herbs (limited to one order redemption per table per bill)

Seafood Paradise
Address: 1 Habourfront Walk Vivocity #01-53
Below Golden Village
Singapore 098585
Tel: 6221 0159

[This is written and photography by Adele. ]

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No dine-in, no problem: F&B takeaway and delivery deals you shouldn’t miss

Deal: Individual bentos at S$13 (main, two sides, dessert)

Contact: 6824 8851


Delivery: S$20 for islandwide delivery with no minimum spend, self-pickup available

Restaurants: Indian Curry House

Deal: Bento lunchboxes from S$12.90 (saffron rice and naan, and two sides), 15 per cent off with a minimum spend of S$30 (Promo code: CURRY15)


Restaurant: Fremantle Seafood Market

Deal: 50 per cent off Fremantle barramundi fish and chips (Promo code: CEtreats)

Contact: 6337 1838


Delivery: Islandwide delivery and pickup available

Restaurant: Grand Hyatt

Deal: Meal in a box at S$12

Contact: 6887 5492


Delivery: Delivery, self-collection from lobby, drive-through

Restaurant: Summer Hill

Deals: Individual lunch sets at S$26 (two courses) and S$29 (three courses)


Delivery: S$5 with a minimum spend of S$70 for postal codes starting with 12, 13, 58, 59, 27), and islandwide delivery available

Restaurant: The Priority Club

Deal: Two 12-inch pizzas for S$33, two pasta dishes for S$28


Delivery: Islandwide delivery, also available on Grab Food, Deliveroo & FoodPanda for Priority Pizza and Priority Pasta

Restaurant: PizzaExpress

Deal: Bundle deal for two at S$29 (choice of pizza, doughballs Pizza Express, drinks), free Classic 11-inch American hamburger pizza with every S$60 spent on delivery (excluding bundles)


Delivery: 15 per cent off total bill for takeaway/self-pick up (Promo Code: 15OFFSPU), islandwide delivery at S$6 with a minimum spend of S$50, also available on GrabFood, Deliveroo & FoodPanda

Restaurant: Donergy Turkish Kebab

Deal: Signature chicken kebab with salad and sauces from S$9, free desserts for orders over S$60 (until Jun 30), two free baklawa for orders over S$60

 Contact: 9655 5061


Delivery: Islandwide delivery with minimum spend of S$70, pickup available

Outlet: Milksha

Deal: Get S$5 Milksha credits when you download the Milksha App and enjoy bundle deals


Delivery: Islandwide delivery and pickup available

Outlet: Tom’s Palette

Deal: Three tubs of ice cream for S$48


Delivery: Free delivery with a minimum spend of S$54, and pickup available

90,000 1. General characteristics of restaurants – Restaurant management

Restaurants are located mainly on central, busy streets, at railway stations and bus stations, at airports, at marinas, motor ships, sea vessels, in floating rest homes, at hotels, motels, in places of mass recreation: parks, gardens, as well as at stadiums and in suburban areas, in public, administrative and entertainment complexes, in places where historical and architectural monuments are located.

Visitors are served in the restaurant by waiters, headwaiters, and bartenders who have undergone special training. Dishes and drinks are prepared by highly qualified chefs. Service personnel in restaurants have uniforms and footwear of the same sample. In restaurants serving foreign tourists, waiters speak, as a rule, one of the foreign languages ​​to the extent necessary to perform their professional duties.

Restaurants organize service not only for individual visitors, but also for conventions, conferences, official evenings, receptions, family celebrations, banquets, themed evenings.

Sometimes in restaurants, waiters serve dishes with final preparation operations in the presence of customers who ordered these dishes. The luxury restaurant, in addition to customized and specialty dishes, accepts orders for the production of dishes that are not included in the menu. The assortment of purchased goods should include: chocolate, sweets (assorted), fruits, berries, citrus fruits.

Simpler window dressing is allowed in first class restaurants. In the halls of large-capacity restaurants, to create convenience and comfort, separate zones are distinguished with the help of architectural, structural and decorative elements of the interior, as well as various methods of placing furniture and transforming partitions.

Table linen (banquet, white and colored tablecloths and napkins, hand brakes) is made to order in accordance with the general artistic concept of serving and interior of the halls. Each piece of linen has a monogram, full name or logo of the restaurant. Tablecloths are changed before serving each new group of guests.

First class restaurants use stainless steel metal dishes and cutlery, porcelain dishes, white or colored tablecloths and napkins, however, on tables with polyester-coated countertops, serving with individual linen napkins is allowed.

Obligatory additional services provided in luxury restaurants: preparation of dishes and organization of serving the festive table; home delivery of meals, meals and other products on request; booking seats for a specific time; taxi call at the request of clients; sale of souvenirs, flowers.

The top-class restaurant has a banquet hall, a bar, a cocktail lounge with a bar counter. The premises should be beautifully decorated, designed in a certain style, corresponding to the name of the restaurant.

Menus in luxury and upper class restaurants must be printed by typographic method. When serving foreign guests in these restaurants, menus are printed in three languages ​​(English, French, German). Brand cover for the menu, advertising posters, booklets, leaflets, greeting and invitation cards and other types of printed advertising are made of thick paper or cardboard with a glossy finish. In addition to the name of the restaurant, the logo is placed on the cover, as well as a drawing reflecting the thematic focus of the enterprise.

In luxury and upper class restaurants, performances of an orchestra, instrumental or vocal ensemble, and a concert program are provided. Luxury restaurants use high-quality stereophonic radio equipment, equip tables with individual speakers with volume control.

Restaurants vary:

  • for the range of products sold – fish, beer, with national cuisine or cuisine of foreign countries;
  • location – city, railway station, at the hotel, in the recreation area, restaurant car, etc.

What and how we celebrate in Aram Mnatsakanov’s restaurants

Aram Mnatsakanov, a restaurateur, chef, TV host of culinary shows, Commander of the Order of Merit for the Italian Republic for his contribution to the promotion of Italian culture, has 8 popular restaurants in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Berlin. Each of them is a combination of three essential elements for a guru – food, wine and friends. We will tell you in which projects of the legendary gastro-enthusiast to celebrate his birthday, and in which to celebrate his wedding.

Family Celebration in the Apartment in Probka

“Kvartira” is a separate space in the restaurant “Probka on Dobrolyubova” with a separate entrance, where, it seems, everything has been provided for a memorable family celebration. Each guest will receive a personal online invitation and an individual menu, which can be pre-compiled from Italian or Georgian dishes.For an Italian dinner, they recommend tuna crudo, fagotini, fried artichokes, hot Sicilian dorada or Confit duck leg, legendary tiramisu for dessert, Burgundy white wine, prosecco and pinot noir in the wine list. For a Georgian dinner, you should take the main hits: eggplants baked on coals, pkhali, dolma, Megrelian khachapuri. The main dishes are prepared on clay ketsi: lamb ribs, trout in grape leaves, and tobacco chicken. An ideal drink for any occasion: signature pinot rose, Georgian wines and homemade “Tarhun”.The atmosphere will be created by themed decor, performances by musicians and virtuoso playing on the historic C. Bechstein grand piano.

Party with friends in R14

The renovated R14 restaurant on the top floor of the River House business center is a panoramic super-pizzeria overlooking the waterfront, the vibrant city and the shimmering TV tower. For a fun holiday and meeting with friends, the establishment provides a cozy area surrounded by green plants, with soft sofas and a large table for 20 guests.The chef’s party menu includes Neapolitan pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven on a live fire, tiramisu in a large dish, which will be served with candles on the occasion, and drinks – cocktails and Aram Mnatsakanov’s signature ice prosecco. At the entrance there is an exposition ART HALL, created especially for the restaurant by the winner of the TOP50. The most famous people of St. Petersburg “from” magazine “street artist Maxim Ima – an art background for joint photographs.

New Year’s Holidays in the “Fish in the Country”

Fluffy spruce trees and flakes of white snow, a cozy fireplace and frosty air, a large territory and a warm wooden house – these are the images that create a family atmosphere in the Ryba na Dacha restaurant.Sunday lunch can be accompanied by a walk in nature, and the children’s Christmas tree – by playing snowballs or riding a slide. If you are planning a wedding, then for this there is everything here to conduct a spectacular exit registration. You can invite musicians here and arrange a holiday for any reason. The main thing is the country food for which everyone comes here: assorted kebabs with vegetables on the grill, Fish from the smokehouse, ruddy khachapuri, pizza from the wood-fired oven, branded khinkali, which are eaten in thousands a month, manti, Uzbek pilaf from a cauldron and much more.For the convenience of guests, there is a large parking lot and a children’s room.

Birthday at Mama Tuta

The first Georgian restaurant of Aram Mnatsakanov is an ideal place for noisy merry feasts with relatives and friends. Up to 30 guests can comfortably sit at a large common table in one of the restaurant zones. An attentive attitude to traditions and national culture is a concept that formed the basis not only for the author’s cuisine of the institution, but also for the interior.Exemplary Adjarian khachapuri, ravioli with calf brains made from Tusheti, mini khinkali and grilled lamb ribs on clay ketsi with baked garlic are served in a room decorated with herbs and antique boards. An ironic detail is the airy hats. The restaurant’s wine list is formed with an emphasis on both Georgian and natural wines. In the center of the restaurant is a hand-made clay oven called Tone, in which aromatic homemade Shotis Puri bread is baked. Particular attention is paid to orange wine – a nod to Georgian winemakers who have earned the recognition of these wines in the world market and as an ideal wine pairing for Georgian cuisine.

Hotel “Avenue”

About hotel

Hotel “Avenue” is a unique combination of excellent location, excellent service and reasonable prices. The mini-hotel is located in the center of Omsk, next to the busy central highway, 100 meters from the public transport stop. You can always and without problems get to the airport, railway station, cinemas, cafes, restaurants, shopping centers, theaters in a few minutes.The Irtysh river embankment is a 5-minute walk away. There is a supermarket, restaurant, cafe 50 meters from the hotel. The historic Assumption Cathedral and the Tara Gate are within a 15-minute walk. Not far from the hotel there is a recreation park “Green Island” and a public garden.

The hotel offers 3 categories of rooms, each of which is decorated in an individual design style. All rooms have everything you need for a comfortable stay: comfortable furniture, orthopedic mattresses, soft hypoallergenic pillows, warm blankets, flooring, flat-screen TV, air conditioning, refrigerator, hairdryer, kettle.The modern bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, where cozy terry robes and soft disposable slippers are prepared for the guests. Rooms are decorated with modern, opaque curtains in warm colors. At any time convenient for you, a variety of breakfasts are offered, which are served in your room. To cheer up with a cup of fresh coffee, you can use the tea and coffee card.

The hotel reception is open 24 hours a day. Free Wi-Fi and free parking are available.For the convenience of guests , a room at the Avenue Hotel can be booked on our website .

We can organize transfers from / to the airport, railway station.

Our comfortable mini-hotel fully meets the requirements of people seeking impeccable service and excellent rest. The friendly and highly qualified staff is always glad to see you and your friends visiting us. Smoking is prohibited throughout the hotel.


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