Known for their wide variety of dining and shopping options, Marina Square has always been that quiet little neighbour that you might not hear much about, but well aware they have lots of things to offer. Well, with over 200 restaurants, cafes and retail outlets, Marina Square will leave any consumer – local or tourist – spoilt for choice. If you’re not yet convinced, check out our 5 reasons why Marina Square will be your next go-to mall in 2018.
1. Newly revamped The Dining Edition
Marina Square has never been short of good food. It’s dining offerings goes beyond the usual bistros or restaurants, with a brand new range of culinary options to choose from. What better way to spend the day with the ultimate pastime of many Singaporeans?
Whether you’re here for a business meeting, casual coffee catch up or celebrations, you’ll find a suitable cuisine and dining for your visit. For a place that’s great on value, head over to Hifumi Japanese Restaurant. Here you can enjoy free flow appetizers from 14 different items! If not Menzo Butao is great for the entire family – with 3 soup bases in the Hakata Tonkotsu Ramen to choose from. For a local twist, try Redpan and their version of paella.
2. Japanese snacks and premium catch
If you’re looking for quality Japanese food and planning to get some shopping in at the same time, Emporium Shokuhin hits the spot.
Choose from over 20 types of fresh seafood from Japan and all over the world – including shellfish, Alaskan Snow Crab. Look out for premium dry-aged meat and cuts too, packed and ready for takeaways.
There’s also a wide selection of Japanese snacks that’s specially brought in like rice crackers, potato chips and little confectioneries. If you don’t mind spending, you can get all your shopping needs in one destination.
3. Coffeehouse for K-fanatics, dal.komm coffee
It’s 2nd outlet located in Marina Square, dal.komm Coffee has been making waves in the scene for fanatics of Korean TV drama. Made popular by memorable scenes in TV dramas like Descendants of the Sun and Goblin: The Lonely and Great God, the hype has slowly dwindled but there’s still lots of customers when we visited.
Specializing in quality Arabica bean brews, they offer a wide range of coffee options, creative flavoured drinks and cakes. Price point – almost similar to popular coffee chains out there ($6.00 onwards).
4. Home sourcing all in one
Looking for inspiration for your new home? Marina Square has many stores for all your housing needs – whether you’re looking for furniture, home entertainment, kitchen appliances, home accessories or curation of art pieces.
A notable mention is the newly opened Wandewoo, offering a pleasing range of unique handmade gifts, ceramics, aesthetic vases and lots of accessories to brighten your home.
There’s many things to see and wander around, and yes – be woo’d by them.
5. Festive events all year round
Whether its Christmas deals, meet and greet, fitness classes or seasonal events, there’s always something to do besides shopping.
This Christmas, Tayo the little bus and Pororo & friends came to join shoppers at Marina Square! Check out their upcoming 2018 event calendar for the next one!
With lots of love,
An Affair With Food
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