What does ‘Park and Dine’ mean? It’s exactly as it says on the tin. At Millenia Walk, guests can park their vehicles at lots on a 280-metre-long private street (that’s almost the length of six Olympic-sized swimming pools!) right outside a host of 11 restaurants operating under the concept and head straight to their meal. Anyone who has been “hangry” before will appreciate the time and hassle saved from figuring out how to get to lunch or dinner. And with the range of food options available – from quintessential Japanese favourites to a mix of Western and local delights – there’s a restaurant for every diner.
Located in a stunning three-storey glass building, Paulaner Bräuhaus is Singapore’s only German microbrewery and restaurant. Their regular and seasonal beer specialties are brewed on-site, one of which is the Munich Lager, an amber-coloured brew that’s pleasantly malty with subtle notes of hops. The second level of Paulaner Bräuhaus is where their restaurant and beer garden is located, and it’s also here that the Maibaum (maypole), a 16th century Bavarian architectural feature, takes center stage, making it perfect for photo-ops. On the menu are Bavarian classics like a whole roasted pork knuckle (bone-in) ($31.90), served with sauerkraut and bread dumplings. Look out also for their beef beer goulash ($24.90) and lamb shank ($28.90).
#01-01 / Tel: +65 6883 2572 / 0701
Yayoi Japanese Teishoku Restaurant
Teishoku is a Japanese set meal where all dishes in the course are served together. This often includes miso soup, a main dish of meat or fish, and side dishes of vegetables and tsukemono pickles. It follows the Japanese culinary philosophy of “ichiju-sansai”, which literally translates to “one soup, three sides”. In the style of home-cooked meals, it combines a variety of dishes like meat and vegetables for a well-balanced and nutritious diet. At Yayoi, be sure to pick up the Chicken Nanban Teishoku ($15.90), with the main star of the set being the fried marinated chicken with tartar sauce. For those who prefer fish, try the Saba Miso Teishoku ($13.50), a simmered mackerel in miso paste. Donburi and sushi options are also available here.
#01-03 to 05 / Tel: +65 6337 0034
Miharu Sapporo Ramen
Sapporo is the capital of Hokkaido, and their famous style of ramen is characterised by chewy and curly noodles in a miso-based broth, usually topped with sweetcorn, bean sprouts and a pat of butter. Many of Miharu Sapporo Ramen’s ingredients are imported directly from Hokkaido, like their Sapporo Nishiyama noodles and kombu. Ramen options here come in both shio (salt) and shoyu (soy sauce) flavours (bowls start from $15).
#01-06 / Tel: +65 6733 8464
Despite hailing from Osaka, Japan, Bel Mondo is known for their rustic, reliable Italian fare. Their extensive menu spans a range of starters, mains, sweets, aperitifs and wines. Opt for their Proscuitto di Parma con Melone ($22), an antipasta of Italian parma ham and fresh rock melon. For pizzas, try their signature Bel Mondo ($28), topped with grilled chicken, capsicums, black olives, sundried tomatoes, cherry tomatoes and fresh mozzarella buffalo – perfect for sharing. To end your meal on a suitably dolce note, you’ll want to order their Homemade Tiramisu ($12) – the classic Italian dessert beloved worldwide.
#01-09/10 / Tel: +65 6336 3348
Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice
The original Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice at Margaret Drive was established by the late Mr Leong, and his son Niven Leong continues his legacy today, with one of its outlets at Millenia Walk. This famous chicken rice is made Cantonese-style, by plunging the whole chicken into icy water after boiling and hanging it up to drip dry. This allows for a thin, gelatin-like layer of fat to form beneath the surface of the chicken’s skin, producing maximum flavour. The chickens are also poached in a uniquely Sin Kee way, such that the drumsticks are fully cooked, while the breast meat retains its moisture without being overdone. It is then served chopped into large chunks to retain the moisture of the chicken meat. The chicken broth produced by the poaching is used to prepare the rice, and the fragrant platter is served with ginger dip blended dry, cooked with scallions and sesame oil, and the essential chilli dip flavoured with vinegar and lime.
#01-11 to 13 / Tel: +65 6255 1188
Sandaime Bunji is an established izakaya in Tokyo, well-recognised for their grilled specialties and Miyagi cuisine. Look out for their gyūtan – grilled beef tongue that is thinly-sliced, juicy, and a hot favourite of locals in Japan. They also serve oden, a one pot winter dish that consists of ingredients like boiled eggs, daikon, konjac and kamaboko (fish cake). Fun fact: Sandaime Bunji is actually well-known for making the aforementioned kamaboko – the fish cake with iconic pink spirals is something we see in many ramen bowls and in the animes we watch.
#01-14/15 / Tel: +65 6333 1516
Rakuzen’s commitment to quality is at the heart of their premium Japanese menu. Fresh seafood, such as maguro otoro (fatty tuna belly), kanpachi (amberjack), tako (octopus), and shellfish like geoduck clam and razor clams are sourced from the Tsukiji market in Tokyo, and only the best seasonal produce is chosen. Other premium ingredients are obtained from different prefectures, such as wagyu from Kagoshima and Uchibori sushi vinegar from Gifu. There are no slim pickings when it comes to the generous sets Rakuzen serves up – our pick is the Rakuzen Maru Bento ($45), a mini kaiseki meal with sashimi, sushi, sunomono (pickled), nimono (braised), unagi kabayaki (grilled eel) and tempura dishes. From their extensive menu, try their latest seasonal items, the Tara Shirako (cod milt) with Ponzu ($18) sauce and Kinmedai Head Nitsuke ($29). They also have a gamut of sushi, deep fried, grilled and braised options, as well as rice, noodles and soup-based dishes.
#01-16 / Tel: +65 6333 1171
The Queen’s Inglish Pub
At The Queen’s Inglish Pub, traditional bar grub like Beer Battered Fish & Chips and Pigs in Blankets await, but also look out for menu items with a pan-Asian flair. Think Maple Pork Belly “Kong Bak” Sliders and Tandoori Chicken Flatbread. As for the drinks, you’ll be spoiled for choice, from UK-imported craft beers and ciders to an impressive selection of single malt scotch whiskies.
#01-20 to 22 / Tel: +65 6873 1947
Boulevard has five outlets across Singapore, and with four of them located in the central business district, it has become a chain well-known for after-work nosh and tipples. The outlet at Millenia Walk was specifically designed for diners to kick back and relax, with an open bar for sports fans to catch the latest games live over ice-cold beer on the tap while enjoying some tasty bar grub. Boulevard also serves the complete range of craft beers by Archipelago brewery, with bottles like the Singapore Blonde Ale – a filtered blonde malt ale with a tangy citrus taste and a hint of pandan.
#01-23 to 25 / Tel: +65 6883 2033
Come N Joy
Experience hearty Korean cuisine at Come N Joy. The usual Korean fare such as Bulgogi Bibimbap ($13.80) and Seafood Ramyun ($12.80) is available, but you’d want to try their Seasoned Chilli Chicken (half $20, whole $38) and Spicy Whelk Salad with Noodle ($28) for something different. Their beverage menu also offers a range of authentic Korean choices, such as a number of flavoured sojus – Cucumber ($20), Lemon ($20), Charmisul ($18) and Chumchurum ($18).
#01-26 / Tel: +65 6336 3831
Wine Universe is a joint venture between fourth-generation Swiss vintner Dominique Giroud and Swiss owner Claude Dizerens, which means this is a restaurant that knows their way around gourmet Swiss fare. You can’t miss their classic fondues, our favourite of which is La Fribourgeoise ($29), made of half Vacherin and half Gruyère cheese. There’s nothing more belly-warming or rustic than watching your fondue bubble and heat over fire as you use your fondue forks to coat your bread or potatoes in the oozy, melt-in-your-mouth cheese. Look out also for the classic Swiss dish, rösti. Wine Universe has a Matterhorn Rösti ($23) topped with cooked ham, raclette cheese and fried egg. For something heavier, try the Grilled Kurobuta Pork Steak ($26), served with caramelised apples, garlic confit and sautéed potatoes.
#01-109 / Tel: +65 6338 0717
Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039596. Tel: +65 6883 1122