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111 Somerset Food Guide: 12 Places For Matcha Desserts, Loaded Poke Bowls And More

17th July 2024

111 Somerset food guide

Located next to Somerset MRT Station, 111 Somerset AKA Tripleone Somerset is the more lowkey, less crowded mall in the Orchard Road district. Of course, that doesn’t mean that the food options here are sub-par compared to the offerings at other malls. With that, here’s a list of 111 Somerset food options to check out if you’ve run out of food options at 313@Somerset or Orchard Gateway.

1. Pu3 Restaurant

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For scrumptious food with a home-cooked feel, head over to Pu3 Restaurant, which offers generous portions of nasi ambeng among other traditional Malay dishes. You’ll feel right at home while digging into their Ambeng Solo ($11) with a choice of either ayam, daging, or sotong. If you’re coming with friends or family, opt for the Dulang Ambeng Basic ($55), which is enough to feed a family of four!

Unit: #02-20
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 9pm
Tel: 9272 0034
Pu3 Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.

2. Green Ba

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If you think plant-based food is bland, it’s because you’ve never tried Green Ba, a vegetarian restaurant with their very own hydroponics garden. Some of their self-produced veggies make it into dishes such as the Supreme Bowl ($11.90++), which is served with avocado, tomatoes, lettuce, almonds, and raisins. There’s also the Truffle Aglio Olio ($18.90++) and Pesto Al Fungi ($13.90++) if you’re looking for something a lil’ more filing.

Unit: #01-18
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 9pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 4pm, 5pm to 9pm
Tel: 6909 9379
Green Ba is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Hong Kong Egglet

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If you’re craving a small snack, head over to Hong Kong Egglet for these addictive egglets in seven flavours: Original, Chocolate, Cheese, Pandan, Pizza, Chicken Floss, and Strawberry. The egglets start from $3.60 for the Original, and there are Hot Dog Waffles ($2.60) and Croffles (from $3.30) as well if you’d like to try something different.

Unit: #01-48
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 8pm
Hong Kong Egglet is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Jakarta Ropang Project


If you’ve visited 111 Somerset recently, you’d have come across a relatively new kid on the block: Jakarta Ropang Project. This Indonesian cafe boasts super chio interiors, with a minimalist aesthetic and abundant natural light. Indonesian food is the main focus here; try their Nasi Bali ($12.90++), a traditional Balinese rice dish also known as nasi campur. They also have desserts such as Keju Coklat Susu ($7.50++)—deep-fried banana with cheese, chocolate, and condensed milk—and Es Teler 77 ($7.90++), comprising fresh avocado chunks, coconut slices, and jackfruit.

Read our Jakarta Ropang Project review!

Unit: #01-08
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am to 10pm
Jakarta Ropang Project is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Cafe Usagi Tokyo

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If you have a sweet tooth, you’ll be happy to know that you can get your cravings sorted at Cafe Usagi Tokyo, a Japanese cafe with ice cream, coffee, mochi and more! Not many cafes in Singapore offer daifuku, but you can find it here in the form of the USAGI Strawberry Mochi ($6.90), starring a whole strawberry wrapped in azuki red bean paste and chewy mochi. There’s also a nice selection of ice cream flavours to choose from, including Rich Chocolate and Ceremonial Uji Matcha. Standard flavours go for $5 a scoop, while premium ones are priced at $5.50.

Check out our Cafe Usagi Tokyo feature!

Unit: #01-42
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Cafe Usagi is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Hvala

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Grab some sweet treats from Hvala, a popular matcha cafe with multiple outlets across the island, including one at Takashimaya. They’re most known for their Matcha Latte, which starts at $6.90++ for Tsuki Matcha and goes up to $12.90++ for a cup of ceremonial-grade Hana Matcha. Hvala also offers desserts such as cakes, tarts, and parfaits. A popular pick is the Goma ($9.90++) sliced cake, starring layers of black sesame cake and cream. 

Unit: #01-10
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 9:30pm
Hvala is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Rise Bakehouse

Rise Cafe - brown butter waffles maple

Indulge in Rise Bakehouse‘s Classic Gelato Waffles ($14.90++), consisting of the cafe’s signature Brown Butter Waffles paired with a scoop of gelato of your choice and maple syrup on the side. If you’re on Team Savoury, opt for the Honey Soy Garlic Fried Chicken ($16.90++) waffles instead! Otherwise, Rise Bakehouse also has all-day brunch plates on their menu, alongside unique drinks such as Injeolmi Cream Latte ($8.50++) and Lychee Coffee Martini ($9++).

Check out our Rise Potong Pasir review!

Unit: #01-05
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 10am to 6:30pm, Fri-Sun 10am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8928 9111
Rise Bakehouse is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. So Good Char Chan Tang


Head over to So Good Char Chan Tang for some no-frills Hong Kong dishes such as the Stewed Beef Brisket Noodle ($7.80), which features rich beef brisket accompanying dry egg noodles. Their Double Combination BBQ Meat ($19) also comes highly recommended; this lets you pick two out of three meats: Roasted Duck, Roasted Pork Belly, and Honey Char Siew. Besides meaty mains, So Good also offers cha chaan teng bites including congee, polo buns, chee cheong fun and more!

Read our So Good Char Chan Tang review.

Unit: #01-16
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 9pm
Tel: 6493 0338
So Good Char Chan Tang is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Piadini Italian Streats

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The piadina, or piada, is a soft and thin Italian flatbread that’s typically stuffed with ham, cheese, and rocket leaves. Good news: you don’t have to travel to Italy for a taste of this traditional snack, as Piadini Italian Streats at 111 Somerset specialises in it. Try their Classica Romagnola ($13), featuring smoked prosciutto, buffalo tomatoes, Parmigiano cheese, and Squacquerone cheese—a soft and creamy cheese made with cow’s milk. Besides savoury piadina, the takeaway kiosk also offers two sweet flavours: Classic Nutella with Pistachio Cream Sauce and Crushed Pistachio ($11), and Creamy Dolce Gorgonzola Cheese with Crushed Walnuts and Honey ($11).

Unit: #01-K8
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 8:30pm, Sat 1pm to 8:30pm
Tel: 8509 2131
Piadina Italian Streats is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Poke Theory


Poke Theory is an OG in Singapore’s poke bowl scene. The halal-certified brand has 15 outlets across Singapore, including one at 111 Somerset! The bowls cost $18.50 each, and are said to be packed with great ingredients; they’re the perfect quick and healthy lunch. If it’s your first time here, you won’t go wrong with the O.G Salmon, which stars fresh salmon chunks marinated in shoyu. You also get seven toppings, along with teriyaki edamame and Poke Theory’s signature umami sauce. This bowl is also available with tuna instead of salmon. Those who don’t eat raw can try their Dashi Chica instead, which swaps out the fish for sous vide chicken.

Check out our Poke Theory Telok Ayer review!

Unit: #01 – 04
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Tel: 6235 1041
Poke Theory is a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe


ICYMI, Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe has opened their second outlet at 111 Somerset! The popular local cafe is adorned in vintage knick-knacks: think Kickapoo glass bottles, old Kong Guan biscuit tins and more. Try their outlet-exclusive Claypot Mee Tai Mak ($9.90), which comprises chewy rice noodles with prawns, minced meat, and mushrooms in a piping-hot claypot. If you’re here for tea time, order their  Milo Toast ($4) and Sai Ka Hor ($3 for hot, $5 for cold), an addictive mix of Milo and tea.

Read our Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe review.

Unit: #01-09
Opening hours: Daily 7:30am to 8:30pm
Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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12. Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant

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Impress your family with a hotpot meal at Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant, hidden on the second floor of the mall. They have a decent selection of soup bases, from classics including Traditional Pork Bone Soup ($28++) and Sichuan Spicy Soup ($35++) to more unique options such as Authentic Pomfret Soup ($80++) and Satay Flavoured Soup ($28++). For ingredients, there’s a wide range of seafood and meats to pick from, including Japanese Sliced ‘Kurobuta’ Pork Belly ($20++), USA Beef Shank ($18++), King Tiger Prawns ($28++), and Tiger Garoupa ($16++).

Unit: #02-14
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 3pm, 6pm to 11pm
Tel: 6235 3882
Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.

Where to eat in 111 Somerset 

If you find yourself in Somerset, this list will introduce you to some of the best eateries to check out at 111 Somerset.

For low-key Orchard food gems to check out, have a look at our Orchard food guide. Otherwise, read our Dhoby Ghaut food guide if you’re keen to venture a little further for affordable omakase, Vietnamese food and more. 

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