What To Eat At The GrandStand


The largest family lifestyle destination in Bukit Timah. Space and parking lots are hard to come by in Singapore. But not at The Grandstand – the former Turf Club that used to house avid horse racing spectators; lately, it’s the avid shoppers and diners who are drawn into this newly transformed family lifestyle destination.

Following a fresh face lift, The Grandstand is set to reinvent the Singapore lifestyle experience, completely surrounded by nature. This 1 million square feet property is home to an eclectic mix of retailers, dining and services outlets, kids’ activities clusters, and one of the biggest pre-owned car mall.

The North Grandstand comprises 7 levels while the South Grandstand comprises 6 levels. Regardless of which side you’re at, both are dedicated to accommodate everyone’s needs on every level.

If you’re looking to shop, dine or simply sit back and relax, here is a refreshing place where you can spend quality time with family, friends and colleagues.

I will be suggestion a list of restaurant that you can try it out.

1. Pasarbella.

Inspired by markets around the world, PasarBella is an amalgamation of the quirky and rustic interiors of Covent Garden in London, and the rich aromatic scents of fresh, organic produce in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market.

PasarBella is the embodiment of its namesake, which is derived from the local term for ‘Market’, and the Italian term ‘beautiful’.

This family-oriented market retreat has always been a passion project from the start, and will continue to stay true to its goal of being a warm, community-based, open-concept market.

As a premium grocery shopping destination, PasarBella stocks a wide range of both local and international brands that provide top quality products that are extremely niche and exotic in nature. With over 30 stores to visit and explore, families are in for a real treat!

From the freshest seafood, meat, dairy and produce, to wines and craft beers, global cuisines and personal services, PasarBella is indeed a place of enchantment for visitors of all ages. A timeless, classic atmosphere awaits those who venture into the quaintness of a unique market experience, nestled within a family, lifestyle and dining enclave.

Opening Hours: Monday - Thursday: 10am - 9pm
                            Friday - Sunday: 10am - 10pm

2. Latte E Miele.

Latte e Miele (formally known as Frigidarium) has been serving great Gelato since 2009.
Latte e Miele, which means “Milk and Honey” was inspired by the biblical paradise “Land of Milk and Honey” where there is abundant sustenance, joy and happiness. Similarly, they strive to evoke the same feelings of comfort and pleasure as you enjoy our gelato and other tasty treats.

Italian gelato has less fat than ice cream, less air incorporated in it during the preparation process and is served at a higher temperature. Therefore, every spoonful of gelato provides greater flavor experience because there is less tongue-coating fat, richer taste due to less air and a full-on sensory experience as the temperature is not so cold as to numb sensitivity of the taste buds.

Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 1230 pm – 10 pm
                             Fri: 1230 pm – 1030 pm
                             Sat: 1030 am – 1030 pm
                             Sun: 1030 am – 1000 pm

Website: http://latteemiele.com.sg/

3. Restaurant Hoshigaoka.

Restaurant Hoshigaoka was first opened in Singapore at the Apollo Hotel in 1972. Initially named Hoshigaoka Saryo, the restaurant from Japan brought with it traditional Japanese cooking with an emphasis on discriminating culinary tastes, sumptuous dishes, a serene atmosphere and trademark Japanese hospitality. To appeal to a broader market, Hoshigaoka Saryo was renamed Restaurant Hoshigaoka in 1986.

Restaurant Hoshigaoka – family Japanese restaurant has undergone a rebranding exercise since its acquisition by JP Pepperdine, owner of well-known F&B brands Jack’s Place, Eatzi Gourmet and Kkongdon Barbeque. The outlet located at Isetan Scotts, Level 4, has been rejuvenated with redesigned interiors to reflect the new ownership, while an updated menu features an improved variety, enhanced quality and value-for-money.
After 40 years in Singapore, the rebranding is slated to refresh the brand while preserving the original sentiments and values of its founder. With the original sentiments and values in mind, Restaurant Hoshigaoka will try to be the best Traditional Japanese restaurant in Singapore.

Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 10pm

4. Jack's Place.

I am sure by now everyone know about jack's place. They are serving western cuisine at acceptable price. 

Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 10pm
Website: http://jacksplace.com.sg/ (Menu)

5. Kuro Kin Japanese Dining.

“KURO KIN JAPANESE DINING" bringing a classy modern black and gold concept into the old Turf Club with Modern Japanese Cuisine @ The Grandstand. Affordable Set Lunch and Dinner menu is available or go a la carte from S$60-S$100/pax. A private room is available for perfect business gathering, seats 8-10 guests(minimum spending required). 

Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm - 230pm, Dinner 6pm-1030pm. Seats up to 80pax, Events/Reservation at 64621213.

6. Tunglok Xihe Peking Duck.

“A culinary collaboration between TungLok Group and Beijing’s renowned XiHe Group, TungLok XiHe Peking Duck offers a delectable spread of great Chinese cuisine reinterpreted for the modern era. Both TungLok and XiHe are renowned for their commitment to authentic Chinese cuisine through innovative cooking and presentation methods. With a sophisticated interior that successfully combines the mystique of the East and chic of the West, indulge in the restaurant’s signature dish Peking Duck, a long-time favourite of all Chinese food lovers.”
Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 10pm


Slappy Cakes has become one of the most popular breakfast spots in Portland by offering a one-of-a-kind dining experience in a fun and interactive setting. Slappy Cakes has been featured nationally on The Cooking Channel, Rachael Ray, Women's Day Magazine, and was awarded the title of "America's Best" by Food Network as one of America's top ten destinations.
Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 10pm
Website: http://www.slappycakes.com.sg/ (Menu)

8. Dancing Crab.

“Dancing Crab, where a mix of robust, country-style Cajun seafood and the distinctive richness of Creole cuisine awaits you. Dancing Crab is the American counterpart to Singapore’s equally famed preferences for seafood, shellfish and rich flavors. Backed by one of Singapore’s oldest seafood restaurant leaders, TungLok Group, Dancing Crab sources its shellfish from the same vendors used at the group’s best seafood restaurants, offering a wide range from Boston lobster to Dungeness crab. New Orleans, Louisiana is known for its happy atmosphere, lively music, and high spirits. Dancing Crab brims with life, bringing the same emphasis to its colorful location at The Grandstand, welcoming its guests to eat, drink, and be merry.”Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 11pm

9. Rong Fu Ji Steam Pot Restaurant.

Read more on my previous trip here: http://jthejon.blogspot.sg/2016/06/rong-fu-ji-seafood-steam-pot-grandstand.html

10. Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria.

Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria is a buffet experience with a twist; expertly served by their knife wielding Passadors (meat waiters), satisfying customers with succulent meats right onto your plates. They present Brazilian churrasco (barbeque) to Singapore by introducing the time honoured Brazilian tradition of grilling meats over fire. Their vegetarian friends are not forgotten as well. Carnivore’s buffet spread is enough to satisfy; with an array of over 15 hot and cold dishes to complement the endless flow of rotisserie-roasted meats.
Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 10pm

11. Pies and Coffee.

Specialising in gourmet pies and coffee, a first in the vibrant cafe scene in Singapore. With buttery, flaky pastry crusts that crumble in your mouth and filled with classic, modern and unexpected combinations of fresh, high-quality sweet and savoury ingredients, scrumptious pies can be enjoyed in every setting possible. As a convenient takeaway for busy folks on the go, as a leisurely indulgence in the relaxed environment of cafe and as a unique treat for special occasions- you decide. Pair it with carefully selected coffee blends for the ultimate experience and find out why we say it is perfect together!
Opening Hours: Daily: 10am - 10pm

12. Nam Kee.

One of the few best chicken rice in Singapore. If you are craving for chicken rice, you should give nam kee a try. I am rating 3.5/5. 

Opening Hours: Daily: 10am - 9pm. 

13. Omakase Burger.

Omakase Burger specializes in authentic American smashed burger-style beef burgers. Hand-made patties ground fresh every morning in-store with our own proprietary blend of premium USDA Choice-grade cuts, we smash our burgers into our ultra-hot griddles for a crisp, caramelized crust that seals in tons of big, beefy flavor. Paired with our modern, chiccor and killer, casual ambience, we provide the ultimate burger experience that you were always looking for but never knew where to find.

Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 10pm

14. Curry Gardenn.

CURRY Gardenn has been reviewed as one of the best Indian restaurants in Singapore. They strive to bring you the very authentic and tasty delicacies from the Indian subcontinent. They provide a classic combination of indisputable food taste, unique experience and tradition that holds worldwide recognition. They offer a sophisticated dinning experience with charming staff & tantalizing tasting buds. In order to create a healthier and lighter meal, they have modified traditional Indian recipes to eliminate excess fat, cholesterol and calories without sacrificing the taste and flavour. 

Opening Hours: Daily: 10am - 10pm.

The Grandstand:
200 Turf Club Rd, Singapore 287994

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