Orchard Road is not known as Singapore’s “shopping street” for nothing. Named after the plantations that lined it during the ’40s, it is today home to the world’s most prominent luxury labels, as well as stylish indie stores stocking hard-to-find labels and unexpected gems from across Asia. However, it is not just the vast variety of shopping that’s a draw. There are also choice dining and wining options located alongside quaint cafés to whet your appetite, so you can shop all day.

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MAD Museum of Art & Design
The super cool art space has been forced to shutter.
Nike Flyknit Racer Oreo 2.0
A new stepping stone for sneakerheads.


The first sneaker laundry shop in Singapore offering cleaning, repairing, customization services and more
S.A.D’s Hair Design
New Health: S.A.D’s Hair Design
A stylish, arty Japanese hair salon on Orchard Road
T2 Tea
New Retail: T2 Tea
Australian luxury tea brand that brews a variety of fragrant tea and offers exquisite teawares with eclectic designs.
New Retail: HipVan
From the digital spaces of the Internet to an actual brick-and-mortar store, HipVan continues to showcase quirky furniture and decor.


Sichuan Restaurant Min Jiang's Dim Sum
A Chinese restaurant with excellent dim sum, pretty interiors and a breezy poolside setting.
Imperial Treasure Shanghai Cuisine
As long as you're willing to brave the crowd, you will be rewarded with great Shanghainese cuisine.
Cantonese Restaurant Wan Hao's Salmon Sashimi
Known for its Peking duck, this gold and black themed restaurant also dishes out delicious plates of dim sum.
Shisen Hanten, Singapore
Sichuan classics like mapo toufu with a Japanese twist in an opulent setting.
The Song of India Singapore
Set in a restored colonial house, this palatial establishment is resplendent with silk curtains, chandeliers and contemporary Indian cooking.
One of the most well-established fine dining French restaurants, this place has been dishing out solid plates of seasonal cuisine for over 20 years.
Singapore's most long-standing French fine dining temple recently got a makeover and a new chef
Salt grill & Sky bar, Singapore
A vertiginous and modern Australian restaurant by Chef Luke Mangan in the heart of Orchard.
Ki-sho spread
Serving only three types of omakase menus, this fine Japanese restaurant has equally fancy interiors to match.
Serving northern Indian specialties, no guesses what kind of food is its forte. Tandoor, of course.
Peranakan food gets an upgrade with hearty dishes to share in an apt colonial setting.
Bedrock Bar & Grill
Hefty steaks, sizzling platters of mac and cheese and a sizable wine list at this dimly-lit New York-style steakhouse.
&MADE by Bruno Ménard
Gourmet burgers with thick patties and cheap wine at this hip and monochromatic joint.
The name of the game is yakiniku and this Japanese place specializes in black wagyu cuts.
Ippudo Singapore restaurant
One of the most famous ramen joints around, it's going hearty bowls of pork bone broth with thin noodles and open baos.
Din Tai Fung's cuisine is well worth the wait
Who doesn't love no-frills soup dumplings, noodles and fried rice?
Buona Terra
Set in a restored colonial bungalow, this intimate fine dining Italian restaurant serves contemporary northern Italian fare.
10 at Claymore is a hip, upscale western restaurant
Typical of a hotel restaurant, this modern bistro grill serves an array of Western food with an interesting live CCTV feed of the show kitchen. 
Sopra Cucina & Bar exterior, Singapore
Authentic Sardinian grub in a plush setting complete with a breezy semi-alfresco area.
Sushi Kuu
A variety of sushi, sashimi and cooked Japanese dishes at this Orchard Road restaurant.
Sushi Ichi Singapore
The first outpost of Michelin-starred Ginza restaurant has proper counter seats and super fresh sushi.