Residents of Marine Parade, Great news awaits you! Parkway Parade has introduced a fresh F&B precinct on its first floor, housing 14 new establishments for your shopping and dining pleasure. This transformation marks an exciting shift from a traditional retail area to the dynamic “A Parade of New Flavours Dining.”
With a rich history spanning nearly 40 years, Parkway Parade continues to adapt and improve. First, they revamped the fashion precinct, and now, the newly unveiled F&B precinct is a part of their revitalization efforts. This includes the upcoming Marine Parade MRT station (Thomson-East Coast Line) scheduled for a 2024 launch, ensuring improved accessibility.
The new F&B precinct boasts 14 stores, encompassing 12 F&B options and 2 lifestyle brands, covering a vast space exceeding 26,000 sq ft.
Introducing Saboten + Tagosaku, merging two acclaimed Japanese chain restaurants, offering delightful okowa (glutinous rice dish) and tonkatsu.
Don’t miss the Akauo Okowa Set (S$20.50), uniting Japanese red perch with chicken and chestnut okowa.
The Cheese Tenderloin Katsu Set (S$22.50), features pounded tenderloin enveloping two cheese varieties, resulting in irresistibly crispy and gooey goodness!
For your Korean food fix, make sure you visit Parkway Parade’s new dal.komm COFFEE & COFFEE BAR to savor the delightful Rabokki (S$15.90), featuring irresistibly cheesy Korean tteokbokki and ramyun bathed in Gochujang sauce.
However, if dining in doesn’t suffice, you can purchase a pack of these liquid coffee capsules to enjoy at home. These convenient, portable coffee capsules are perfect for those craving caffeine without a coffee machine. They serve as an excellent alternative to traditional coffee capsules and pair wonderfully with carbonated sodas like tonic water or Sprite, leaving a delightful sweet aftertaste.
Perched within the corner of Parkway Parade, you’ll discover Paradise Classic, offering a modern twist on cherished local classics, reminiscent of home. Don’t miss their Hor Fun with homemade prawn broth, simmered for six hours, adding a unique touch to this classic dish. The orange-hued broth results from the slow simmering of fresh prawns with an array of spices.
For a swift snack, visit the takeaway kiosks in Parkway Parade’s fresh F&B precinct. Delight in KOI Thé’s Macarons (S$3.80 per piece, S$19 for 5 pieces) for a sweet treat, or savor some Crispy Oyi-Shi Mushrooms (S$5.90) from Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks, exclusively offered at 5 select outlets across the island, including Parkway Parade.
Savor at Parkway Parade and reap delicious rewards! Get 10,000 Plus$ when you spend a minimum of $50 after 6pm at select F&B outlets. Redeem your rewards exclusively at the L2 Concierge Desk. Limited to the first 100 redemptions daily, and members can redeem once per day with a maximum of two same-day receipts.
Thanks to its latest F&B additions, Parkway Parade has become the go-to mall for a meal in the East!
(Credits: Parkway Parade, Foodwanderers)
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