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  • Mandarin Gallery

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    Formerly known as the Meritus Mandarin Shopping Arcade, the sparkling Mandarin Gallery brings the very best international designers and personalised tailored shopping to Orchard road. Situated adjoined to the prestigious Mandarin Orchard hotel, the mall is compact but very couture with brands such as Marc Jacobs and Just Cavalli showcasing high-end merchandise. 

    Discerning shoppers will be pleased to know that there is also some home-grown talent including an Ashley Isham boutique on the second floor. There are three levels of elegant shopping with a few classy restaurants thrown in for good measure. Accessories and international fashion are the main store staples targeted at an affluent jet-set crowd.

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  • Shopping

    The Mandarin Gallery offers sophisticated shopping at over 50 branded boutiques. The mall space is small and intimate offering well-heeled customers a chance to browse and purchase in a discreet area, with personalised service and VIP attention from the stores assistants. Glamorous accessories are a star attraction at the gallery with tenants such as luxury mobile phone specialist Vertu, fine French jewellers Mauboussin and historic pen makers Montblanc.

    From a diamond encrusted mobile phone to a chic cocktail dress, there are plenty of very special products to suit any high-end occasion at the Mandarin Gallery. The centre is also home to six floor-to-ceiling glass flagship duplexes including Emporio Armani, D&G and Marc Jacobs.

    Fashion

    • Ashley Isham
    • D&G
    • Esprit
    • Emporio Armani
    • Galliano
    • Georg Jensen
    • Just Cavalli
    • Marc by Marc Jacobs
    • The Link
    • With Bathing Ape

    Accessories & Luggage

    • Braun Buffel
    • Kwanpen
    • Montblanc
    • Quintessential Handbags & Accessories
    • Vertu

    Jewellery & Watches

    • Mauboussin
    • Trixilini

    Food

    As befitting of a mall of such grace, restaurants at the Mandarin Gallery cater to gourmet clientele. There is a mix of Western and Asian choices including noted Japanese noodle and ramen diner Ippudo who have opened their first branch in Singapore following openings in New York. Jones the Grocer is a divine mini-market stocking hard to find gourmet produce and also features a café serving pasta dishes and a choice of coffee. 

    Restaurants

    • Arteastiq
    • Ippudo
    • Jones the Grocer
    • Lawry
    • Suju Japanese
    • Thai Thai
    • The Chatterbox (Mandarin Orchard Hotel)
    • The Society Bistro
    • Top of the M (Mandarin Orchard Hotel)
    • Wild Honey

    Lawry

    A place for special occasions, Lawry is gathering notoriety for serving heavenly prime rib dinners complete with superior aged beef cuts, Yorkshire puddings and mashed potato. Recommendations include the succulent ‘Diamond Jim Brady’ cut which you can order as a set meal to include a spinning bowl salad. There is even a private dining room available for that extra special event.

    Suju Japanese

    For a relaxing Japanese meal with friends look no further than Suju. The menu is very comprehensive and tucked away in a discreet part of the Mandarin Gallery serving wholesome Japanese dishes. Popular menu items include braised beef cheek in red wine, sea salt chicken and kurobuta katsu don. There are plenty of set menus available including an executive set which includes wagu beef.

    Wild Honey

    Wild Honey is a very popular place to eat at the Mandarin Gallery with waiting time at busy periods often exceeding one hour, so best to arrive early. On the menu are breakfasts from around the world served in a style at this trendy café/coffee shop. Choices include Belgium, Canadian and Tunisian breakfasts and be warned, portions are on the large side.

    Entertainment

    The Mandarin Gallery is a chic fashionable mall catering to a refined market. Amusement here centres on meeting friends and catching up at one of the hip cafes or fine dining restaurants. For more entertainment then head next door to the Mandarin Orchard Hotel which is home to Top of the M, the tallest revolving restaurant in Singapore.

    There is also a Club Lounge at the top of the hotels South Tower. Additionally, the hotel hosts the annual Singapore food festival which sees a week of gastronomic events.

    • The Mandarin Gallery
    • JTB on Level 2
    • Adidas & TaylorMade, located on Level 3
    • Atomi and Egg3 shop on Level 4
    • Thai Thai - Royal Thai Cuisine on Level 4
    • The Society Bistro

    Location

    The Mandarin Gallery is located at 333 Orchard Road adjacent to the Mandarin Orchard Hotel. Open daily from 11:00 - 22:00 the mall is best reached via MRT, depart at Somerset station. The shopping centre boasts a glass curtain façade and six floor to ceiling glass flagship duplexes so it’s very easy to spot. Other attractions close by to the shopping centre includes the Singapore Visitors Centre, Istana and Clarke Quay.

    Car parking is available at the Mandarin Orchard Hotel. There are regular promotions at many of the restaurants plus spending deals including discounts for credit card holders.

    • Opening Hours: 11:00 - 21:30
    • Address: 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897
    • Tel: +65 6831 6363
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