Lo and behold – Republic Plaza has got a brand new look! The sparkly Republic Plaza now features a brand spanking new food district with over 30 food options. The S$70 million makeover showcases a hallmark of many “first”, such as Singapore’s largest UHD LED digital wall.
Standing at 66 storeys, Republic Plaza is one of the tallest skyscrapers in Singapore. Located in Raffles Place, in the heart of the Central Business District, the newly refurbished Republic Plaza is directly linked to Raffles Place MRT station via a pedestrian tunnel.
Unveiling an enhanced retail space which spans 3 levels and features about 40 concepts, from F&B to retail and services, here are some of our top picks.
Aussie Roll (#B1-05)
Hungry? Take a pit stop at Aussie Roll. Handmade and handcrafted with authentic Australian culture, makes a comeback since Republic Plaza’s renovation in 2017. Aussie Roll is different from your standard Korean Gimbap and Japanese Sushi. With over 30 different varieties to choose from, customizing your own roll has never been more exciting.
Expect large crowds during lunch hours! Popular Aussie Rolls include Salmon Avocado ($3.30), and Teriyaki Chicken ($3.30). What’s more, all rolls are freshly made. We highly recommend this as the perfect meal for those on a diet.
P.S. Aussie Roll offers new items every quarter, do keep a lookout for their updated menus.
Are you a Shane Pow fan? You’re in luck! Be among the first to check out Mojo, a local-based superfood bowls eatery. The brainchild of Singaporean actor Shane Pow, Mojo sells its DIY concept and features customizable grain and açai bowls. More importantly, Mojo uses real food ingredients that are vegetarian/allergy-friendly.
Support local entrepreneurship and customize your very own superfood bowl. Simply choose your base, protein and 3 sides or toppings of your choice. Have some real fun with real super foods!
(Traditional Vietnamese rolls)
The owners tweaked the ingredients to suit the local palate. Customize your own Saigon roll with ingredients such as lemongrass chicken, prawn, chicken floss, salmon avocado, mixed mushrooms. Over at the Local Coffee People, they serve everyday drinks with a twist, like our traditional tea with milk sweetened with honey or you can also try coffee that’s sweetened by Gula Melaka!
The Herbal Bar (b1-22)
Don’t underestimate The Herbal Bar. While unseemly, The Herbal Bar is a 4th generation family run business with very interesting owners.
“Traditional food won’t be the future of Singapore food culture,”
The unconventional owners may share their two cents on the prediction of the local food scene, yet they put forth great tenacity on pushing out original and authentic flavors that will resonate with Singaporeans.
Sukhumvit 100 (B1-18)
Targeting the fast-moving CBD crowd, Sukhumvit 100 is a 100% original Thai cuisine. Trust us when we say it’s authentic – their staff are all Thai locals! Expect Thai must-have signatures like beef boat noodles, basil chicken rice, pad Thai and many more.
With over 14 locations in Singapore, this familiar establishment needs no introductions. SaladStop prides itself in serving you food that is not only healthy but also sustainable. Biodegradable cutlery and packaging aside, they would often check on the sources of the food that is being served to make sure that it does not involve slavery.
What’s Pide (B1-11)
This is a fast food chain that has just arrived to the shores of Singapore! With its flatbread baked instead of fried, bringing us this savoury goodness that is crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. They also have very interesting flavors from different cuisines. With a total of 11 outlets in Seoul and 3 in Singapore, they are not resting on their laurels, we were told that they are still expanding!
If you love Korian food, you should definitely try their signature Mrs Park – thinly sliced bulgogi and caramelised onions. While you’re there, grab a can of AKA (a craft cola drink from Malaysia), in which one of its key ingredients being Nutmeg.
If you love coconut, QoolCo is for you! it started out in 2015 and its vegan-friendly with no preservatives or additives added in all their products. Hot day? Try one of these refreshing coconut desserts!
Knead to Eat (B1-14)
A new experimental chain by our SaladStop, Knead to Eat offers Grab-and-go hearty sandwiches for your rush hour meals! With breads being sourced from local bakeries and vegetables roasted on-site daily. You can expect juicy and tender meats as the beef and chicken are all cooked sous wide style!
Food aside, Republic Plaza will surprise you with its futuristic installation of new technologies.
Singapore’s Largest UHD LED Wall in an Office Building
Located in the building’s main lobby, this iconic LED wall covers 1,800 square foot. The visually arresting digital wall of stunning environment art will sure to blow your mind!
Smart Building App – CityNexus
It’s a common sight that malls have been introducing mobile apps to their users. Republic Plaza topped that with CityNexus, a world-class smart building app designed to create a seamless working experience for tenants. Republic Plaza’s tenants can conveniently access a variety of functions through the mobile app, maximizing their productivity while at work.
We weren’t the slightest bit disappointed to revisit Republic Plaza since its major renovation works. It’s time you pay Republic Plaza a long-overdue visit. All we can say is “it’s worth the wait!”
|Address:||9 Raffles Place, Singapore 048619|
|Operating Hours of Food District :||10am–10pm|