Orchard Road’s Singaporean Cuisine

Back in November of 2010, I was in Singapore for a pleasure travel. It’s a good thing to know and understand why people are coming back in this country. What I love the most Singapura was the Singaporean foods. I’ll never forget the taste of the Hainanese Chicken Rice and Laksa which are widely popular most of the restaurants along the Orchard Road.

But you know what guys! You don’t need to go in Singapore to experience the Singaporean cuisine. Yes! You heard it right!

Orchard Road, located at 2nd Level of SM Megamall offers wide variety of savory and hearty Singaporean meals. A restaurant that has Singapore hawker-inspired dishes that certainly made heads turn on. You can see your food being cooked by Singaporean and Filipino chefs in a showcase kitchen.

Inside the Orchard Road, you will really feel that you’re in Singapore. It has magnificent Singaporean style ambience which is very appealing to eye.

What I really like Orchard Road is their delicious and sumptuous Singaporean dishes. This is an affordable luxury that will surely enjoy by everyone. It offers dishes like Hainanese Chicken Rice, Laksa, Singaporean Fried Chicken, Satay Chicken,Chicken Curry Rice or Noodles, Mee Goreng, Char Siew Rice or Noodles,Roti Pratha with coffee or tea, Char Kway Teo, Red Ruby Sago Gula Melaka and other Singaporean flavours. They are all mouth-watering.

To make your visit to Orchard Road at SM Megamall more enjoyable, P200 Gift vouchers can be earned with the Orchard Road Dining Pass. For the entire month of August and September, sample the wide selection of Singapore hawker-inspired dishes included in the Orchard Road Dining Pass, featuring of selected signature dishes with the priced below P200.

Get your dining Pass when you dine at Orchard Road. Purchase any of the 10 featured dishes and earn one stamp on your dining pass. For every five stamps, the pass holder will receive a P200 gift voucher, redeemable within one year.


Orchard Road is a place that I will go back again when I am craving for Singaporean food. The offerings are generally good, and the prices are very reasonable. It’s a food trip experience that lets experience Singapore flavours without the necessary burden on your wallet.

Marco Dennis

Marco Dennis is an adventurous lifestyle and travel blogger. Follow his adventures at www.thepinoytraveler.com. For events, collaboration and advertisement, email him at dhenzuki@yahoo.com

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