A Gastronomical Paradise


There’s something for everyone at CapitaSpring.

You might already know it as an ‘office of the future’ or a green oasis in the middle of Singapore’s Central Business District—it’s hard to miss this towering skyscraper, lush with flowering plants and trees—but did you know that there’s  a surprising plethora of dining options scattered throughout this development?

From Food Forest to Dinner Plate

Depending on what you like, choose between casual meeting-friendly cafes and grab-to-go options, and the latest in culinary explorations at any of the 1-Arden concepts, or humble hawker fare from Market Street Hawker Centre.

Still not sure where to start? Let’s go with breakfast first and make our way to a dinner feast. 

Breakfast: Light to Hearty Options from Around the Globe

For a western twist, grab a croissant or muesli bowl from Bee’s Knees Urban (#01-02). If you’re not in a rush, take a seat and enjoy a reasonably-priced eggs benny breakfast. Fret not, there’s a vegetarian variation with mushrooms, besides the usual salmon and ham options. 

Eggs Benny Breakfast, Bee’s Knees Urban

For a heartier morning meal to get you through long morning meetings, visit Teochew Kway Teow Mee at the Market Steet Hawker Center, a favourite among the breakfast crowd. Popular options include minced meat fishball noodles, dumpling noodles, and dumpling soup.

If you’re not much of a breakfast person but need java to get the engines going, why not pick up an iced americano or steaming hot cappuccino from everyone’s favourite coffee house from Kyoto, %Arabica? The takeaway kiosk is conveniently located on the first floor, accessible for anyone working near CapitaSpring. 

Lunch: Eat Out or Take Away, You Decide!

Whether you choose to have a leisurely lunch or get takeaway, CapitaSpring is abuzz with options at noon time.

For the health-conscious individual, visit the popular salad bar SaladStop! for wholesome, DIY protein bowls and hearty wraps. To make the meal complete, grab a fruit smoothie, yogurt granola cups, or any of their yummy nut snack packs to help you power through the rest of the day.

If you’re heading out in a big group and want variety, Market Street Hawker is your best bet to suit everyone’s taste and dietary preferences. Choose from Golden Nur Nasi Briyani for their Crispy Chicken Briyani, or Ah Liang Ipoh Hor Fun if you’re craving the savoury Malaysian dish. Another great highlight is Bee Kee Wanton Noodle, the first hawker stall in Singapore to sell truffle wanton mee. The springy noodles are tossed with truffle oil and served with char siew and fried or steamed wantons… Who says hawker food can’t be fancy? 

Coffee Break: For Meetings or Mid-Afternoon Break

Sol and Luna is our favourite pick for a tea time treat. Located on the 17th floor of CapitaSpring, this 1-Arden concept is a European bistro that provides the perfect, quiet setting for client meetings or catch ups. Besides their all day menu, the bistro also serves high tea. Highlights include mushroom vol au vents, lavender madeleines, and the famous chestnut mandarin mont blanc, all pairing superbly well with their selection of fine teas and coffees. 

Sol and Luna, High Tea Set

Whether If you’d like a more casual location to have a quick meeting, why not head down to 6oz Espresso Bar (#01-04)? This award-winning, homegrown artisanal coffee brand is a great way to #supportlocal while also getting your midday caffeine refuel. Enjoy their unique cold brew while munching on an array of fresh bakes, from croffles to brownies. 


Lastly, if you’re going caffeine-free but are still looking for an antioxidant boost, Re.juve is a juice bar that makes cold-pressed juices in ready-to-drink bottles. Try any of their cleansing juices made in 100% food-grade recycled plastic—our pick is the signature u.GLOW blend , made of carrot, pineapple, and orange.

Dinner: From Cocktails to Fine Dining

After you’ve enjoyed a signature cocktail (or two), go to the 51st floor to visit Kaarla, an Australian Farm-to-Table seafood grill restaurant with a focus on sustainable food sources. Remember to order some of these for your hearty meal: daily flown Sydney rock oysters , seasonal Australian crab , and even salt cured kangaroo for our more adventurous diners.

For those who prefer eastern cuisine, make a reservation at Oumi, a Japanese restaurant that serves an omakase and a-la-carte menu. Highlights include assorted sashimi , Japanese A5 wagyu tenderloin teppanyaki , uni sushi , and specials like rock lobster and salt-baked abalone (seasonal price). To accompany the fine dining experience, choose from fine grade teas and matcha, sake, or a selection of Japanese whiskies.

1-Arden Bar

For Every Occasion 

Whether If you particularly enjoy the ambience and views available at CapitaSpring, many of the aforementioned concepts like 1-Arden Bar, Kaarla, and Oumi also cater for special events like weddings or company dinners! Simply email them to enquire on availability.

So there you have it—whatever the time of day, anyone can enjoy the best of urban dining in a beautiful natural setting. Visit CapitaSpring today for a gastronomical adventure!

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