Check Out These Unique Food Concepts at Suntec City this July!
Are you an aspiring food blogger? Do you love to eat and take food photos? Last Saturday, 14 participants joined me on an “I can also be a Food Blogger” Food Trail! They completed a set of tasks at 5 F&B pit stops and more than $800 worth of Suntec City Vouchers were given away.
To be honest, it was my first time trying out some of these restaurants in Suntec City! Many of these brands are either only available in Suntec City or have a more unique concept. For example, we got really excited about visiting My Melody Café. Plus, there are a lot of exciting F&B offers not to be missed.
July just got EVEN BETTER, isn’t it?
My Melody Café Singapore
Unit: West Wing #01-363
Singapore’s first My Melody Café has opened in Suntec City. Reflecting My Melody’s love for sweet treats, the menu also features a range of handcrafted desserts and beverages that are sure to send both fans and foodies into frenzy! The food trail started on a high note where participants were enthusiastically taking videos of the food served to them. Check out #mymelodycafesg for more videos.
My Melody Café’s signature dish has got to be the Princess Bunny ($18.90). This is the most ‘kawaii’ Japanese Curry Rice I have seen. The pink-tinted rice is made with beetroot and served with crispy chicken karaage, creamy mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts and carrots. Princess Bunny is an absolute feast for both the eyes and palate. Hola Taco ($25.00) boasts a well-orchestrated balance of textures and flavours from melt-in-mouth Bulgogi beef and crunchy taco shells. Served alongside with romaine lettuce, fresh berries and tropical salsa, this is one addictive dish that is not to be missed!
Sink your teeth into Treasures of Maryland ($19.50). The decadent ensemble of maple syrup drizzled brioche toast is adorned with strawberries, vanilla soft serve, strawberry sticks, and macarons. You have to share a glass of Merry-Donut-Go-Round ($12.90) with your friends. The pink strawberry milkshake is topped with white chocolate frosted donut with pink sprinkles that is sure to charm. Don’t forget to take some pictures in this whimsical garden to complete the experience.
Celebrate your birthday with My Melody Café Singapore and enjoy a complimentary slice of “Strawberry Dream” with a minimum spend of $50 at My Melody Café Singapore. Promotion ends 31 December 2018.
Mad for Garlic
Unit: West Wing #02-300/301
This garlic-themed Italian restaurant has an innovative menu with garlic-infused Italian cuisine and an excellent selection of wines. Besides the popular Garlic Snowing Pizza and Garlic Sizzling Rice, don’t forget to try their new menu such as Mad Egg In Hell, MFG TomYum Pizza, Butcher’s Platter (USDA certified Black Angus Beef) and Crab Sizzling Rice.
Mad Egg In Hell ( $18++ ) will win the approval of any brunch enthusiast. The poached egg comes together in a spicy homemade tomato sauce and topped with shredded Grana Padano cheese and whole garlic garnish.
If you are a fan of steak, do not miss out on Butcher’s Platter ($52++). This is a mouth-watering platter consisting of a tender grilled USDA certified Black Angus Beef, grilled sausage, garlic and mixed mushrooms.
The TomYum Pizza ($23++ ) features crispy thin pizza with TomYum sauce and topped generously with shrimp, mushroom, young corn, shallot slice, coriander and garlic chips. For something more indulgent, go for Crab Sizzling Rice ($25++) where the Sichuan-style fried rice is cooked with XO sauce with fresh crab meat, king oyster mushroom, zucchini and garlic on the sizzling iron pan.
Eat at Seven: Tsuruhashi Fugetsu
Unit: North Wing #03-316
Did you know that okonomiyaki is a Japanese dish originating from Kansai region in Osaka. This Japanese-style pizza is a scrumptious meal which contains a generous amount of cabbage.
Tsuruhashi Fugetsu is Osaka’s number one okonomiyaki restaurant and it is now here in Suntec City! What makes Tsuruhashi Fugetsu’s okonomiyaki remarkable is the way they prepare the cabbage. As the amount of moisture in cabbage differs depending upon the season, the way the cabbage is cut differs with every season to maintain great taste and texture of the cabbage. Cooked fresh to order, the homemade okonomiyaki batter is then tossed with a generous amount of fresh cabbage and grilled over low heat.
It was a fun and unique dining experience as the participants get their orders served fresh on teppan right at their table. Looking at the sizzling fluffy pizza definitely triggers our gastronomical senses. After one side of the pizza is cooked, the chef skilfully flips it over and starts preparing the cheese and egg.
The addition of cheese and egg gives the okonomiyaki a fluffy and melty texture, and the flavours of the sauce and mayonnaise are perfectly balanced. No wonder it is voted by Tsunagu Japan as one of the Top 15 Must-Try versions in Osaka. Other than okonomiyaki, Tsuruhashi Fugetsu is also widely famous as a specialty restaurant for Yakisoba, and Takoyaki style cuisine that Japan is well-known for.
District 10 Bar & Grill
Unit: North Wing #01-514
For a power lunch menu, District 10 Bar and Grill at Suntec City is offering a 2-course set lunch. Prices start from $16++ and that includes an appetizer to start, your choice of main and a drink to complete – perfecto! Main course options include Pan Seared Seabass, Roasted Rosemary Chicken, Creamy Mushroom Spaghettini and Grilled Pork Chops.
The Suntec City outlet is dedicated to serving quality premium dry-aged cuts. Try their signature high-marbling 45-day Traditional Fiorentina Steak (bone-in, $19++ per 100 grams with a min order of 800gm)!
The Fiorentina steak is home-dry aged in the dry-aging chiller designed to facilitate the process within a controlled environment with its monitored humidity and temperature. This intense process allows the gourmet loyalists to savor only the goodness – the tender and full of flavour dry aged cuts.
Oh yes, and don’t forget every Saturday is beer tower day! Priced at only $38 per 3L Asahi tower after 5pm, this is definitely one of the cheapest in town!
Cio ENZYME DRINK
Unit: East Wing #01-K3
After a big feast, it’s time to replenish your enzymes with Cio Enzyme drinks! Enzymes are essentially the backbone for proper nutrition and digestion.
Do you know, our body makes enzymes and when we were young, we had an abundant supply of enzymes. We feel great and our energy levels seemed never ending. However, as we age, we start to lose the efficiency in making enzymes. In turn, our energy and vitality dwindled over time and this results in a weakened and compromised body.
The fastest way to improve our stamina is to consume quality food. Using advanced fermentation technology, Cio Enzyme Drink serves thirst quenching, refreshing and well balanced sweet and sour fizzy fruit enzyme beverages.
There are 8 yummy Cio Enzyme Drink flavours namely, pineapple, apple, passion fruit, mango, lychee, winter melon, fizzy yogurt and coffee stout. I love the lychee enzyme flavour. A powerful antioxidant, this drink promotes healthy liver and spleen and improves blood circulation. The new coffee stout is unique, with a sweet and smooth beer-like foam.
Jio all your makan kakis and come down to Suntec City from 9 – 22 July 2018 for a gastronomical affair. Be rewarded with exciting mall-wide redemptions, F&B deals and more.
• Spend $50* (at any F&B outlet) and redeem: $5 Suntec City Voucher, Carpark Coupon (worth $2.80) OR ez-link Card Top-Up (worth $2)
• Spend $60 (at any store) with your JCB card to redeem $10 Suntec City Voucher
• Feast on a plethora of Asian delights at our Asian Food Fair, happening at East Atrium, Level 1, from now till 22 July 2018!
• Join in the fun at ToTT’s hands-on cooking or baking classes! Learn how to make tok kong Chinese roasts, Hokkaido Cheese Tarts, and many more!
From 1-for-1 deals to 50% OFF 2nd main course and more, jio your kakis, Ah Gong, Ah Mah and the whole kampung, and take your pick from these shiok F&B offers available at Suntec City! Come eat leh @ Suntec City! Don’t fly kite okay!
For more information, visit https://sunteccity.com.sg/come-eat-leh-food-campaign/