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Keong Saik Road, Singapore: Where to eat, drink, shop and sleep

Cool and quirky Keong Saik Road is close to Outram Park MRT, and within easy reach of Chinatown, and there’s a good swag of dining and shopping options.

A fabulous coffee and vegemite toast makes a great start to the day 

The Spot: Oriole Coffee Roasters

The Buzz: The third Oriole outlet is dedicated to experimenting with new beans and methods. There’s a training lab on the second level where coffee appreciation classes are held. Customers can dine on latte and poached eggs on toast for breakfast or have an afternoon snack.

The Location: 10 Jiak Chuan Road

The Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 10am – 6pm; Closed on Saturday and Sunday

6224 8131 | www.oriolecoffee.com

The Spot: Esquina Tapas Bar

 The Buzz: Modern Spanish tapas with Michelin star chef Jason Artherton, protégé of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, leading the kitchen. The place is rather small (19 seats), so make sure you come early as they don’t take reservations.

The Location: 16 Jiak Chuan Road

The Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 1pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm; Saturday: 6pm –  11pm; Closed on Sunday

6222 1616 | www.esquina.com.sg

The colourful range at popular Rose Citron 

The Spot: Rose Citron

The Buzz: A specialty boutique featuring exclusively designed handmade bags, children’s wear and soft home furnishings such as table runners and cushions. The designs are a unique fusion of French and Asian influences.   

The Location: 23 Keong Saik Road 

The Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 10am – 6pm; Saturday: 11am – 6pm

6323 1368 | www.rosecitron.com.sg

A terrace suite in Hotel 1929 

The Spot: Hotel 1929

The Buzz: 32 individually designed rooms decked in a mix of classic designer and retro vintage furniture. No two rooms are alike; everything from the furnishings and beds right down to the clear glass bathrooms are unique. Dine in Restaurant Ember while you are there. 

The Location: 50 Keong Saik Road 

6347 1929 | www.hotel1929.com 

Restaurant Opening Hours: Mondays to Fridays, lunch 11.30am – 2pm; dinner 6.30pm – 10pm; Closed on Sunday.

6347 1928

The Spot: New Majestic Hotel 

The Buzz: Each of the New Majestic’s 30 rooms is unique, from the mix of vintage and designer furniture to the customised baths. Overlooking the pool, the Premier Pool Rooms feature unique art installations by different Singapore artists, queen-size beds, and rain showers with hydro-massage jets. 

The Location: 31 Bukit Pasoh Road 

6579 2026 | www.newmajestichotel.com

The Spot: Magma

The Buzz: Aside from their extensive menu of authentic German starters and mains, Magma offers various brunches including Magma’s Hangover Brunch. This German wine bistro, deli and shop has a range of excellent German wines from 30 of the best German wine estates. 

The Location: 2 Bukit Pasoh Road

The Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday, lunch 12pm – 3pm; dinner 6pm – 11pm. Friday, lunch 12pm – 3pm; dinner 6pm – midnight. 

6221 0634 | www.magmatc.com

The Spot: Indigo Art

The Buzz: Established in 2004, this showcase of contemporary Indian art includes folk and tribal art, high calibre works by the fabled masters and senior artists, and emerging new talent. With a passion to create a wider audience for Indian art and to help further develop an artist’s career, a series of mixed and solo exhibitions are held throughout the year.  

The Location: 33 Neil Road 

6372 1719 | www.indigoblueart.com

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