A retail haven and popular destination offering a wide variety of things from lifestyle to food, check out these Millenia Walk restaurants for some of the most exciting dining options that will definitely not disappoint!
For a Japanese diner in Singapore, Sandaime Bunji is as authentic as they come, and the interior will transport you right to Japan. From traditional dishes such as yakitori, sashimi, and oden, the izakaya also has a wide variety of menu items such as the popular Wagyu Roast Beef Don, which features a towering mound of Wagyu roast beef set atop fluffy rice. A sweet and savoury sauce is drizzled over the meat and a dab of wasabi at the side helps to cut through the heaviness.
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd #01-14/15, Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–3 PM, 5–10:30 PM Mon to Sat, 11:30 AM–3 PM, 5–9 PM Sun
Hong Kong specialty coffee chain The Coffee Academics is a highly raved about brand, so look no further if you’re seeking the perfectly balanced and well-made cup of coffee. You won’t go wrong with their classic offerings such as piccolo latte and flat white, or their special espresso-based coffee that take inspiration from four different countries. Don’t miss out on the Manuka, which is sweetened with natural organic honey from New Zealand.
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-26/28/K17, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 8 AM–10 PM daily
A Japanese restaurant serving classic and modern interpretations of traditional Kyoto kaiseki cuisine, Nozomi curates and executes a menu that is simply delicious. The restaurant uses ingredients flown straight from Japan’s Toyosu Market twice a week. Prepared in true kaiseki ryori fashion, the dishes are cooked using a myriad of different cooking methodologies. The Japanese Claypot Rice is available in Salmon and Ikura or Sakura Ebi, and features fluffy white rice steamed in dashi stock with a hint of savoury light soy seasoning for a refined flavour. Pair with a side of Pork Kakuni, where braised pork belly is drizzled with the restaurant’s in-house concocted sauce. Other ala carte options include the Unagi Kabayaki, Oden, Nankotsu Karaage and Mentaiko Cheese Balls.
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd, #02-06, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM, 5–9 PM Mon, 11:30 AM–2:30 PM, 5–9:30 PM Tues to Fri, 11:30 AM–9:30 PM Sat, 11:30 AM–9 PM Sun
Bistro G is a bistro concept headed by chef Gwen Lim of Patisserie G and chef Christopher Grilo of Bakery Artisan Original. Take your pick of an Assorted Bread Basket, the Cold Cut Platter, or a steaming bowl of the Soup of the Day to kickstart your meal. A signature main on the menu, the Beef Wellington is made up of tenderloin, oxtail ragu, and mushrooms encased in a puff pastry that rewards with a burst of exquisite flavours when bitten into. Another worthy contender you simply have to order is the Lobster Roll. Dressed with lemon mayonnaise dressing and infused with fresh herbs, the tender and juicy Canadian lobster makes for mouthfuls of delight.
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd, #01-79/80, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11 AM–10 PM Mon to Fri, 10 AM–10 PM Sat & Sun
A neighbourly coffee bistro known for its tasty breakfast bites like Housemade Pancakes with poached pears, mixed berries and honey mascarpone, as well as the Better than Benny with a mouthwatering combination of poached eggs, crispy bacon and creamy hollandaise, Kith also serves up a delectable Wagyu Beef Burger that comes laden with sharp cheddar, caramelised onions, and avocado mayo. Coffee drinkers can look forward to a consistent cup of joe that is smooth and thick-bodied using a rotating custom blend of specialty beans from various regions such as Brazil and India!
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd, #01-44/45, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 7:30 AM–10 PM daily
Hailing from Taiwan and boasting seven nourishing slow-cooked soup bases, premium ingredients, and a comfortable dining environment, Black Knight Hotpot might be something you want to bookmark next. Their claim to fame is its comforting broths, simmered for no less than 16 hours to extract deep flavours. These include Drunken Pot, Fish Maw Chicken Pot, Spicy Pot, Pork Tripe & Chicken Peppercorn Pot, Nourishing Beauty Pot, Sliced Pork Pickled Cabbage Pot, and Taro Spareribs Pot. If you’re not feeling hotpot, there’s also cooked dishes like Black Truffle Fried Rice or Taiwanese Braised Beef Noodles!
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd, #02-02/05, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 12–3 PM, 5:30–10 PM Sun to Thurs, 12–3 PM, 5:30–10:30 PM Fri & Sat
A fan of Sapporo-style ramen? Then make sure to head straight for Miharu Sappora Ramen. The Sapporo-style ramen usually comes with medium-sized, curly yellow noodles in miso-based ramen, topped with sweet corn, butter, and bean sprouts. The soup is generally rich, thick and saltier than the typical Tonkotsu soup bases, to suit the colder weather of Hokkaido. If you find it too salty for you, you can ask for some clear broth to add to your bowl!
Address: Singapore, 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-56, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11 AM–9:30 PM daily
Paulaner Bräuhaus prides itself as the first and only German microbrewery in Singapore with its superb, full-bodied beers. The Bräuhaus is also a stellar Bavarian restaurant, churning out plates of meaty German favourites to go with those beers! The great classics include a massive crispy-juicy whole Pork Knuckle on the bone, served with Sauerkraut and Bavarian bread dumplings. There’s also German meatloaf, called Leberkas, served grilled with a side of homemade potato cucumber salad, a sunny-side-up and rich Bavarian mustard. It’s also not German food without an entire section of the menu dedicated to sausages and Schnitzels!
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd, #01-01, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11 AM–12 AM Sun to Thurs, 11 AM–1 AM Fri & Sat
Helmed by celebrated Korean chef Nam Kyoung Soo, SBCD Korean Tofu House serves the beloved Soontofu soup with your choice of broth. The silken tofu used in the soup is made by hand at the restaurant daily, using organic soybeans imported directly from Paju, South Korea. Beloved classics like Spicy Baby Octopus and L.A. Galbi are also made with fresh ingredients and can be served with the rice dishes on the menu. They are served in hot stone bowls as per Korean tradition, and the rice crust at the bottom is mixed with corn tea and served as porridge at the end of the meal. If you’re looking for authentic Korean food that is healthy and hearty, look no further!
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-114, Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–3 PM, 5–10 PM Mon to Fri, 11:30 AM–10 PM Sat & Sun
Previously located at Takashimaya, Romankan Yokohama serves made-to-order Tonkatsu, Japanese Curry Rice and Katsu Sando. Available items on the menu include Rosu Katsu Teisyoku, Fillet Katsu Teisyoku, Katsu Curry Teisyoku, Ebi-Fry Teisyoku and many more. The Rosu Katsu Ni Teisyoku features a fried pork cutlet covered in egg and a special sauce served on hot plate. It uses a richer cut of pork that comes with a strip of fat along the side, and you get some contrast between the deep-fried pieces and stewed gravy with soft onions. Also available during lunch are affordable bowls, such as Hire Katsudon, Ebi & Fish and Ebi Don Sets!
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-88/89, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11 AM–9 PM daily
The chefs at Kurama Robatayaki and Sushi Murasaki are bringing more Japanese cuisine to Millenia Walk. There are two sections in the restaurant, one for omakase and the other for normal dining. Robatayaki allows for interaction between the chefs and the guests, as chefs grill up your selection of seafood, vegetables and more. Pop by for dinner and stay for a casual drink of sake and enjoy some bar snacks!
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd, #02-07, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 12–2 PM, 6–10:30 PM daily
It’s not often that Switzerland comes to mind when you’re in the mood for wine but that’s exactly what Wine Universe hopes to change. Besides the usual suspects from France and Italy, their incredibly extensive wine selection also introduces several Swiss options that often go overlooked. Worried about getting a little tipsy with only drinks and no nosh? Try some of the contemporary dishes on offer. Taking inspiration from the Swiss culinary culture, the menu comprises items like Wiener Schnitzel, Escalope Viennoise, Raclette, Matterhorn Rösti, and more!
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-109, Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 12 PM–12 AM Mon to Fri, 5–11 PM Sat. Closed on Sun
Elemen is a vegetarian restaurant that is absolutely meat-free and provides a wholesome dining experience that benefits your health without compromising the earth’s sustainability. The inventive menu offers Western and Asian dishes, and there is no use of mock meat in the entire menu. What you can expect include pasta, pizzas, noodles, salads, soups and desserts, creatively incorporating vegetables and mushrooms in place of meat.
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd #01-75/75A/76 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–3:30 PM, 5:30–9:30 PM daily
Chirashi King Kong combines two major food trends in one dish – rice bowls and truffle. Popular choices at this small eatery include the Unagi Truffle, Barachirashi, Salmon Mentaiko, and Scallop Saikyoyaki. There is also the recommended King Kong Bowl which is topped with Toro – with both sliced and minced versions of the fatty tuna in the same bowl, Negitoro, and Ikura. But the star is truly the truffled mentaiko rice beneath, fluffy with the right amount of seasoning, along with a whiff of truffle oil that’s not too overpowering.
Address: 9 Raffles Blvd, #02-17, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–9 PM daily
The first dark chocolate boutique concept in Singapore, The Dark Gallery offers handcrafted, single-origin chocolates all made right on site in their kitchen! You’ll be spoilt for choice with their glossary of dark indulgences like artisanal ice cream, bonbons, pralines and dark chocolate pouches. Their hot chocolate is to die for too!
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-K5, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 11 AM–10 PM daily