Mandarin Gallery

Singapore Shopping Complex

    Singapore’s Mandarin Gallery presents prominent international designer names together with personalised and tailored shopping on Orchard Road. The mall adjoins the Mandarin Orchard Singapore hotel, and is compact but super stylish – brands like Michael Kors and Max Mara showcase their high-end merchandise.

    Mandarin Gallery also features home-grown talent with a Beyond The Vines boutique on the second floor. There are 3 levels of elegant shopping on offer 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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    The Mandarin Gallery offers a sophisticated shopping scene with over 50 branded boutiques in its collection. It’s intimate inside, offering well-heeled customers a chance to browse and purchase in a discreet vibe, often with personalised service and VIP attention from the store's assistants.
    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 6 floor-to-ceiling glass flagship duplexes, including RIMOWA and Victoria’s Secret.

    Fashion

    • Adrian Starcke
    • Bathing Ape
    • Beyond The Vines
    • BOSS
    • K.BLU Swim

    Accessories & Bags

    • Béjwl
    • Choo Yilin Jewellery
    • DẽStijl
    • Gallery Rare

    Jewellery & Watches

    • Cortina Watch
    • GR Luxury
    • Jacob & Co

    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 whose first branch in Singapore opened here following New York.

    Restaurants

    • Antoinette
    • Ippudo
    • Japanese Restaurant Suju
    • Sushi Ayumu
    • Tonkatsu by Ma Maison

    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.

    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.

    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, you can head next door to the Mandarin Orchard Singapore hotel, with its Bar on 5 rooftop bar overlooking Orchard Road. The hotel also regularly serves as one of the venues of the annual Singapore food festival which sees a week of gastronomic events.

    The Mandarin Gallery is reachable via MRT, departing at Somerset station. The shopping centre boasts a glass curtain façade and 6 floor-to-ceiling glass flagship duplexes, so it’s very easy to spot. Car parking is available at the Mandarin Orchard Hotel. Other attractions close by to the shopping centre include the Singapore Visitors Centre, Istana and Clarke Quay.

    Mandarin Gallery

    Location: 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897, Singapore

    Open: Daily from 11am to 10pm

    Phone: +65 6831 6363

    Ari Gunadi | Compulsive Traveller

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