High Street Café

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This is the place to go for all-day din­ing that takes you on a culi­nary jour­ney through nine re­gions in a mod­ern food hall. Serv­ing Pan Asian, Mediter­ranean, Chi­nese, Western, and Ja­panese cui­sine, among oth­ers, you are spoilt for choice!


The rich flavours of the curry laksa will make this one of your faves! There is a steam and wok area that has pip­ing hot mie goreng and just-the-per­fect taste of char kway teow. If you must have fish then make it the sus­tain­able line-caught tuna. The fresh­ness is su­perb and your con­science rests easy while you feast. Make room for lin­guine al pesto! Give their ro­tis­serie sec­tion a try with of­fer­ings like the Nonya chicken and 1/3 pounder Aus­tralian beef burger. Desserts abound but do make a bee­line for the molten lava cake. Se­ri­ous busi­ness.

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Molten lava cake

Sus­tain­able line-caught tuna

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