Known for its myriad of dining selections for every occasion and taste, Millenia Walk is sure to satisfy your tummy and feed your cravings. If you are still racking your brain over the different choices, fret not. We present you with a quick, handy guide for food recommendations at a glance. Short and sweet, we promise.
Get a taste of the Mediterranean from Bel Mondo, a restaurant that serves South Italian inspired cuisine, or pop on your chef’s hat and create your own pizza/pasta at Marco Marco. Not feeling Italian? Perhaps a Spanish spin might interest you. Head down to Parilla for some authentic Spanish fare and pair it with a fine wine. For meat lovers, a visit to Paulaner Brauhaus will instantly teleport you to a German restaurant with its pork knuckles, bratwursts, specialty craft beers, and traditional German decor. Fill the void for Swedish food with a hearty meal at FIKA Swedish Café & Bistro, patrons will be pleased to know that the kitchen serving those juicy meatballs is halal-certified.
For wine connoisseurs, Wine Universe’s wide range of wines and contemporary Swiss cuisine will definitely delight you. Wind down after work at the alfresco bar Boulevard Craft Beer or the exclusive Boulevard Number 9, which have the most complete range of wines, spirits and local craft beers – Irish, Belgian, Bohemian, perfectly complementing their fusion menu of burgers, pizzas, pastas and Asian delights.
You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to cuisine from the Land of the Rising Sun with Millenia Walk’s wide range of Japanese dining options.
Ramen stalwarts, Chabuton and Miharu Sapporo Ramen, are constantly dishing out steaming bowls of their famous ramen to their loyal fans. Meanwhile, tonkatsu lovers will rejoice with every bite of the perfectly breaded cutlets at Saboten.
Indulge in fresh and premium cuts of thick slices of sashimi at Teppei Syokudo, Tomi Sushi or Rakuzen, and be impressed with their generosity and freshness. For the more adventurous, Sandaime Bunji will be the ideal dinner spot, with their highly raved ox tongue (gyutan) among other exciting dishes.
Pair your meal with a warm cup of sencha, or indulge in a wide variety of quality sake readily available at all our Japanese restaurants. You can also get your sake fix at Patisserie G.
If you need a quick bite meal option without compromising on good quality food, you can still get your Japanese fix at MOS Burger. Pick up some freshly baked Japanese pastries from Pullman Bakery for a quick snack, the only Hokkaido born bakery in Singapore.
To satiate that craving for meat, head on down to Outback Steakhouse. You’ll be assured that each steak is carefully seared and beautifully seasoned. Not a fan of beef? Try their fall-of-the-bone pork ribs - a popular choice among pork lovers. Each rack is grilled to perfection in their tangy BBQ sauce.
Chinese & Vietnamese
Step into Ke Zhan, a quaint and traditional inn, for some tastefully succulent Chinese cuisine paired with Chinese wine. If you can’t go to Saigon, Saigon comes to you! Delight in authentic pho and Vietnamese rolls at Madam Saigon.
Having a hard time deciding between Chinese and Western? You can have a perfect fusion of both, made with the freshest ingredients at elemen, for a fun vegetarian twist. Yearning for something leafy and healthy after a sinfully indulgent weekend? Have a salad at The Green Bar, or pick up a wrap at Subway.
Have a Singaporean tea break with a steaming cup of kopi and toast laden with kaya and butter at Coffee & Toast. Alternatively, get your sweet fix of tarts and pastries at Patisserie G, Joe & Dough or Tart Blanc, coupled with a frothy cuppa. Commune Café and tcc — The Connoisseur Concerto have an extensive menu of gourmet food and drinks if you’re up for mains.
If you just need a refreshing drink, why not have a Taiwanese handshaken bubble tea at KOI Café. Or better yet, add a shot of caffeine to perk up your day, at Starbucks Coffee or The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.