Haven For Food

They say va­ri­ety is the spice of life, and true enough, the din­ing op­tions avail­able at Cap­i­ta­Land’s The Star Vista will spoil you for choice. Here are our top picks:

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1 Chi-Bing

Craving au­then­tic Korean fare? Chi-Bing serves up de­li­cious kim­chi pan­cake, bibim­bap and pip­inghot army stew. Also not to be missed is their Korean bar­be­cue. For $22++ per adult, you can en­joy un­lim­ited pork belly with soya bean stew, steamed egg, and steamed rice. Avail­able on week­days for din­ner, while lunch bar­be­cues are avail­able on week­ends and pub­lic hol­i­days. End your meal on a sweet note with Chi-Bing’s se­lec­tion of de­li­cious bing­sus. Lo­cated at #01-43

2 Gyu-Kaku Ja­panese BBQ

In the mood for bar­be­cue? Hit up GyuKaku for an au­then­tic Ja­panese bar­be­cue ex­pe­ri­ence. GyuKaku prides it­self on serv­ing pre­mium cuts of meat such as Kagoshima Wagyu beef.

On week­days, ex­cept pub­lic hol­i­days, the restau­rant has a $10++ value set lunch for those look­ing to in­dulge with­out burn­ing a hole in their wal­let. Lo­cated at #02-17

3 OMOOMODON

If you love Korean and Ja­panese rice bowls, you’ll love the halal-cer­ti­fied OMOOMODON. This wal­let-friendly eatery lets you cus­tomise your very own rice and noo­dle bowls with Korean and Ja­panese in­gre­di­ents – think kim­chi omelette, teriyaki chicken and more.

If you’re not up for cus­tomis­ing your own, there are also 12 sig­na­ture rice bowls to choose from. Lo­cated at #02-14/15

4 Yomenya Goe­mon

Yomenya Goe­mon is a ca­sual Ja­panese restau­rant that el­e­vates clas­sic spaghetti dishes to new heights with its fu­sion take on cook­ing.

The restau­rant im­ports in­gre­di­ents like pasta, olive oil and cheese from Italy, but uses tra­di­tional Ja­panese meth­ods to cre­ate mod­ern Ja­pane­ses­tyle pasta dishes. Be­sides pasta, the restau­rant also does omu souf­fle dishes with risotto. Lo­cated at #02-04

5 Cha Tra Mue

You no longer have to travel all the way to Bangkok for au­then­tic milk tea – the fa­mous Cha Tra Mue milk tea from Thai­land has of­fi­cially found its way to Star Vista.

While milk tea is the stall’s sta­ple, be sure to try their soft serves that come in two flavours: tra­di­tional milk tea and green tea. You can also opt for a mix of both. Lo­cated at #B1-06

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