Raffles Place

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M Hotel, part of the Millennium Hotels & Resorts group, is located in the thriving central business district of Singapore. Visiting businessmen can easily finish all their dealings in the daytime and unwind in the evenings at the hotel bar and restaurants, as well as the nearby attractions. Getting here...
Loosen up the tie and unbutton the top button on your shirt, because everyone deserves a sweet treat in between hectic work schedules. Smoulder is a lava cake specialist offering just that to busy working professionals in the CBD area, selling miniature molten cakes in 9 unique flavours (and counting)....
The Royal Mail Restaurant & Bar has arrived in Singapore. Housed in the iconic historical landmark, Ascott Raffles Place, the restaurant serves up classic British cuisine with modern interpretations. Roasts and prime ribs take centre stage on the menu. Upon entering the premises, you can take the lift or the...
Does moist and delicious fresh-off-the-spit chicken sound like your thing? If so, you need not look any further than The Rotisserie. With various outlets located in the heart of the Singapore central business district, this no-fuss eatery serves up freshly roasted chicken, salads and other hearty meals. I hear they...
Perched high above the bustling city, 1-Altitude spans the 61st to 63rd floors of the One Raffles Place building, offering diners a view that is nothing short of spectacular. Stellar restaurant on level 62 serves international dishes with a sophisticated touch. Here, you can appreciate creative fine dining cuisine. The...
Nestled in the scenic Marina Bay area, San-Sui Sumiyaki & Bar is popular amongst those looking to kick back and enjoy the waterfront view over drinks and snacks. On weekdays, the crowd here is made up mostly of working professionals from the Central Business District. The restaurant has both alfresco...
Kinki Restaurant + Bar is one of those places that you just don’t forget easily. The hip ambience and gorgeous panoramic view of the Marina Bay waterfront are a huge draw. Besides, who can ignore the cheeky moniker? Located at the conservation building of Customs House in the Fullerton Heritage...