“You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food.” —Paul Prudhomme
Singapore is commonly known as food paradise as we offer a wide range of cuisines and tantalizing food from hawker centers to restaurants. Now, let’s see what Compass One has to offer!
Ranked as one of the world’s Top Ten Best Restaurants by the New York Times, the restaurant has its roots dating back to Taiwan more than 40 years ago. In 2019, the Taiwanese brand has also won the restaurant category of Mediacorp’s Search for Singapore’s Best Fried Rice competition. Diners in the north-east of Singapore can now enjoy Singapore’s Best Fried Rice alongside its world-famous Steamed Pork Xiao Long Bao at Din Tai Fung (#02-11/12/13). Being extremely popular among diners, the ingredients of the Fried Rice are pared down to pearl rice, shrimps, eggs and spring onions, creating a taste of familiar comfort. Each plate is of a certain weight and minimal seasoning is used so that the natural fragrance of the eggs and spring onions shines through.
Souperstar (#B1-39) is your perfect choice for a healthy, hearty and satisfying meal on the go! A reimagined food concept that amalgamates the best of local and the world’s food heritage, Souperstar brings you the nostalgic taste of popiah to popular flavours from around the world. If you are a fan of Japanese cuisine, try their latest addition – Chargrilled Teriyaki Chicken Popiah ($4.90 ala carte), a smokey chargrilled tender chicken thigh drenched in an aromatic teriyaki sauce and drizzle with a light hint of mayo for a true burst of Japanese Flavour!
Established in 1915, Nuodle has a rich heritage of hand-pulled Chinese La Mian. Lanzhou hand-pulled La Mian has long been a local favourite as a daily food offering in China and since then, has been adapted into their food culture. Savour the goodness of their Signature Sauced Beef La Mian, completed with 50g of freshly boiled beef sliced and braised egg, Nuodle (#01-36) hopes to bring that same warm feeling of satisfaction & fulfilment to every single diner and relish the natural sweetness of the fresh ingredients through this dish. While at it, you might also want to give their Fragrant Drypot with Chicken a try. Stir-fry boneless chicken thigh with lotus roots, cauliflowers, aromatics and chili oil, this will get you coming back for more! From 21 June to 20 July, top up $1 for Homemade Iced Lemon Tea when you order their Signature Beef La Mian or Drypot Chicken. Simply flash this article to enjoy the offer!
Craving for authentic Thai food? You can satisfy your cravings at Nakhon Kitchen (#02-30) where delicious and authentic Thai food is made affordable and easily available to everyone. Every dish is prepared the good old way, bringing together the different flavours of sweet, sour, salty and spicy for an unforgettable dining experience. Try their Seafood with Chili, Lime and Garlic sauce, which is one of the popular dishes in the outlet. You can choose from various types of fish (Snapper / Seabass / Pomfret) or seafood (Prawn / Squid / Clam / Crayfish) to be steamed in a sauce with a balanced mix of spicy, sour, garlic-packed flavours.
If someone’s special day is coming up, or you’ve just got a sweet tooth, try the jelly cheesecakes from TheJellyHearts (#B1-49)! Being one of their top selling jelly cheesecakes, Neapolitan’s grape-flavoured jelly will definitely excite your palate, along with the other layers: digestive biscuits, full cream cheese and strawberries. The cream cheese comes in 3 flavours: original, strawberry and chocolate. Or choose the Multi Layer Rainbow cheesecake that’s built on a delicious digestive biscuit base, rainbow-colored layers of cream cheese, then topped with mixed strawberry red jelly flavours and fresh strawberries. Available in Round and Square shape of various sizes, this cake will delight everyone!