Food & Drink

New bites at the malls

Jem mall (left) and Suntec City have updated their food halls with new concepts that offer mall-exclusive items.
Jem mall (left) and Suntec City have updated their food halls with new concepts that offer mall-exclusive items.PHOTOS: JEM, SUNTEC CITY
(Clockwise from top left) Bao kiosk Chin Sin Huan's Ms Chloe Yap is one of the second-generation owners of the famous Tanjong Rhu Pau; Mr Nicholas Tan, co-owner of protein bowl eatery BigDaddy; and Asian-inspired grain bowls from Heybo. Kueh & Mee of
Mr Nicholas Tan, co-owner of protein bowl eatery BigDaddy.ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO
Ryan’s Grocery will add on dry-aged meats to its meat range from Australia when it opens.
Ryan’s Grocery will add on dry-aged meats to its meat range from Australia when it opens.PHOTO: RYAN’S GROCERY
Jem is home to American rotisserie restaurant Kenny Rogers Roasters and Ah Chiang's Porridge (above).
Jem is home to American rotisserie restaurant Kenny Rogers Roasters and Ah Chiang's Porridge (above).

In Singapore's competitive dining scene, malls have to constantly refresh their food offerings to whet diners' appetites. Republic Plaza in Raffles Place has completed a major makeover, while Jem mall and Suntec City have updated their food halls with new concepts that offer mall-exclusive items.

Come December, at least six new tenants will progressively open at Great World City. They include gourmet grocer Ryan's Grocery and the second outlet of Australian zero-waste grocery store The Source Bulk Foods.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on October 13, 2019, with the headline 'New bites at the malls'. Print Edition | Subscribe