TripleOne Somerset, which the taxi uncles still like to call PUB or Singapore Power Building, is just across the Somerset MRT and offers some different dining experiences.

I go there often to grab my groceries from FairPrice Finest, some bread from Imperial Treasure Bakery, or meet up with friends over a meal at its restaurants. If you want to need somewhere relatively quieter from the buzz of town, or restaurants which can hold up large groups of people, TripleOne is just minutes’ walk away from Orchard.

What I like about it is that it offers some eating places that are not exactly the same cookie-cutters available elsewhere, such as Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, Brill, Fukuichi Japanese Dining, Windows of Hong Kong, and Coffee & Toast, Daruma Ramen House, Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant and Togi Korean Restaurant.

Here are 5 Restaurants to check out when you are at TripleOne Somerset.

Togi Korean Restaurant #02-15, Tel: +65 6737 7397
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3:00pm, 6:00pm-9:30pm Daily

Quite surprised to find a modern-looking Korean restaurant on the 2nd storey of TripleOme. I didn’t know! It is the same Togi that is available at Mosque Street, though this is a bigger place with both indoor and outdoor sittings.

Plus really high ceilings, so you won’t exactly smell.

Opened by Koreans, you can be assured of some form of authenticity in its cuisine. My recommendation is the Maeoon Samgyupsal ($18), 200 grams of fiery and well-marinated Spicy Pork Belly. (Read: Togi Korean Restaurant)

Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant #01-21 TO 23 Tel: +65 6732 8231
Opening hours: 11am to 3pm, 6.00pm to 3am Daily

Imperial Treasure has always been satisfaction-guarantee with its chain of restaurants. The Steamboat Restaurant specialises in serving Chinese steamboat, offering both ala carte and set menus, and dim sum during lunch.

This is quite a classy steamboat restaurant compared to those you have seen elsewhere, and do expect to pay a premium for it. There is really a wide range of soups you can choose from.

Other than the usual Sichuan spicy and healthy chicken soup, the other specialties include satay flavour, seaweeds & kelp, century egg & parsley, drunken chicken with ginseng soups. Its 16 additional condiments should also excite you. (Read: Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant)

Fukuichi Japanese Dining #02-11/12 Tel: +65 6271 5586 / 6472 8269
Opening hours: 11.30am-3pm, 5.30pm-12am Daily

This is perhaps another hidden find, a 4000 square feet Japanese dining restaurant with an indoor sushi bar and outdoor sake wine bar.

Fukuichi’s lunch sets at an affordable $16-$20 are pretty popular with the corporate crowd. Some of the more popular offerings include an assorted raw fish set of Sashimi Teishoku ($20), Sushi Teishoku, Grilled Chicken with Teriyaki Sauce Kijiyaki set ($16) and Grilled Mackerel Set ($18).

The chef will also whip up an occasional creative dish such as almond tempura prawns, so check with the staff for recommendations.

Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong #01-K1/24/25 Tel: +65 6732 8798
Opening Hours: 8am-9pm (Mon-Thurs), 8am-9.15pm (Fri), 10am-9.15pm (Sat & PH), 10am-9pm (Sun)

Windows of Hong Kong would be what I call a corporate canteen, a huge space with a very strange ordering system. There was a big board with specific set menus from A1-A6, with varied combinations for soup/drink changes and upgrades.

With all that said, the food was all worth it.

It felt real, unlike some cafes which tried hard to pass off local food as Hong Kong. The wanton and beef brisket noodles spelled authenticity, with springy waxy yellow noodles, matched with an ‘I could eat it on its own’ chilli sauce.

The brisket was tenderising soft, and broth bursting with flavours of bones and shrimps.(Read: Imperial Treasures Windows of Hong Kong)

Daruma Ramen House #02-15 Tel: +65 6235 6079
Opening Hours: 12pm-3pm (last order 2.30pm), 6pm-10pm (last order 9:30pm)

New ramen shop Daruma Ramen House is actually not from Japan, but first set up in Hong Kong, re-created and updated by proprietor Charlie Chan.

Before you feel too suspicious about its quality, Daruma is named one of the top 5 ramen restaurants in Hong Kong by Tatler.

There is no fuss to Daruma’s menu: just three choices of Shoyu, Spicy and Tonkotsu. If in doubt, go for the Tonkotsu with braised pork belly, barbecued pork and mentaiko combination ($18).

The broth is said to be cooked by boiling over 90 kilograms of premium pork bones imported from Holland for 8-10 hours every day. (Read: Daruma Ramen House)

TripleOne Somerset’s The Secret Garden – 5 Sep to 6 Oct 2013

There are 3 good news to share about TripleOne Somerset’s The Secret Garden Promotion
No 1: Get Double Deals with 1-for-1 dining and pampering deals at Coffee & Toast, Fukuichi, Glitz HairWorkz, Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong, and The Nail Spa & Wellness
No 2: Vouchers for Grabs. Every week 30 lucky shoppers will stand to win vouchers of up to $100 each by spending $150 or more at participating outlets.
No 3: Shopping Treats for the highest spender of the week and 2 winners will stand to enjoy treats worth over $1000!

T&C applies. For more details, check out

[Giveaway Ended] will be giving away 2 x $50 vouchers for you to enjoy shopping or dining at TripleOne Somerset! All you need to do is to
a) LIKE this entry
b) COMMENT below on your favourite restaurant at TripleOne Somerset and why.
(Results will be announced 1 Oct.)

*This entry is brought to you by TripleOne Somerset*


  1. I will definitely choose the 'Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant' as I love to eat and steamboat is always the best choice for me. I love how they have a wide range of soup base to choose from. From the usual healthy chicken soup to the extreme satay flavour soup base that I will definitely love to try it! Apart from that, the self-made sauces that you can use to dip the meat is something that really entice me to going to this restaurant :DD Yumyum.

  2. I love Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant because I love healthy yummlicious steamboat and Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant has a wonderful array of soups and ingredients to choose from.

  3. It will definitely be Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant as it gives us the precious chance to either gather with friends or relatives over a good meal! Eating together is no doubt a bonding session! And hope to try the good food with good accompanies make eating a joy. 🙂

  4. I love the Imperial Steamboat Restaurant as i am a foodie and a total health nut all combined in one. On top of that, I love steamboat and variety! With the restaurant offering 12 sauces and 10 soup bases including healthy ones, I am often spoilt for choice. Imperial Steamboat Restaurant is certainly my favourite steamboat restaurant! 😀

  5. My favourite restaurant at TripleOne Somerset is Togi Korean Restaurant. I have visited the other one at Mosque Street, hope to have the chance to try out Togi at TripleOne Somerset. I love Korean BBQ!

  6. !Togi Korean Restaurant! My family love to go this restaurant because the restaurant provide authentic korean cuisine. They have delicious marinated meat for BBQ and a wide variety of banchan to choose from! Spicy rice cakes and kimchi pancake is delicious too!

  7. I walked past Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong sometime ago and was very curious and interested in this dining place. I like noodles with springy waxy texture, can't wait to try their noodles!

  8. I like Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong as the food is restaurant standard but at food court price ! No additional GST and Service Charge! Very affordable especially when you have a whole family to feed!

  9. I hope to win the voucher to dine at Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant. I like steamboat a lot, as I'm a soup lover. The picture above makes me hungry!

  10. Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant- I heard many good reviews on Imperial Treasure restaurant group but yet to try out as they’re always long waiting queue during weekends or evenings.
    I loved the TripleOne Somerset dining ambiance, offers comfort for friends & families gathering

  11. I really like Applebee’s because of the classic stick to your ribs American style comfort food with lots of juicy grilled meats and hearty sandwiches!
    Tripleone Somerset’s also great to have dinners because the ambiance is so blatantly chill and relaxing, perfect for a girl’s night out or a family bonding dinner! (:

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway Daniel !

  12. Imperial treasure windows of hong kong as i love cantonese cuisine very much!2x

  13. I like Imperial treasure windows of Hong Kong because its is an upbeat casual dining café that remains true to the style and flavours of Hong Kong cha chan teng. I love their aromatic claypot rice with chicken and chinese sausage. And my yummy meal will be completed with a cup of classic Hong Kong style milk tea!

  14. My favourite restaurant will have to be the Togi Korean Restaurant!!! Togi really offers authentic Korean food that even native Koreans give a thumbs up! I have been to Togi at Mosque street a couple of times and I simply love their food and service ^^ Togi 짱!! <3

  15. My fave is none other than Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant, since it is one of the best steamboat places to go – namely for the extensive choice of soup bases and ingredients. Not to mention, their food quality is satisfaction-guaranteed! :d~

  16. 안녕하세요! My favourite restaurant at TripleOne Somerset is Togi Korean Restaurant. My friends were craving for Korean food, and after hearing so much about Togi Korean Restaurant, we decided to check it out.

    The restaurant is quite authentic and very generous with their side dishes. The staffs are amazing friendly and attentive (not easy to find nowadays). My favorite dish of the night, Ginseng Chicken Soup, was AWESOME! The soup is flavorful and captures the full essence of the ingredients.

  17. My favourite is Fukuichi Japanese. It is one of my favourite japanese restaurant in Singapore too. Love their set meals, sushi, sashimi… everything I've ordered never disappoint.

  18. Daruma Ramen House! I love the cozy atmosphere, nice food & good service there! Had a fee cozy gatherings with friends there for lunch & i’ll definitely love to drop by again! 🙂

  19. I will always go w my family to Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong! ^-^ The food there is awesome, especially the baked rice, which is my favourite! Its not too dry, just nice for a picky eater like me! So much better than the other HK cafes that’ve been popping up ard SG!

  20. Fukuichi Japanese dining looks really tempting. I love sashimi and having a bad craving for them as I look at the nice photo of the sashimi at fukuichi! 😀 can’t wait to try it!

  21. I like Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong because I like noodles and I think the noddles here are wonderful. Hope to visit with my husband.

  22. Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong. I want to find out if it is nicer than the Paradise Chain of restaurants and it seems affordable as well.

  23. My favourite restaurant is definitely Togi Korean Restaurant! I love Korean dishes a lot, especially their wide range of side dishes. I can finish 2 bowls of rice with the side dishes and kimchi :))

  24. Definitely Fukuichi Japanese Dining! My colleagues and I would pop by for lunch and we aim for the set lunch which is delicious and worth the price!

  25. Imperial Treasure Window Of Hongkong.
    Its affordable roasted poultry and meat with add on of beverages will definately make you visit the 2nd round!

  26. Fukuichi Japanese Dining. Their affordable prices means you won’t have to scrimp and save to enjoy high quality Japanese food.

  27. Fukuichi Japanese Dining. I love japanese food and looking at the description above, it seems like a reasonable priced restaurant with lots of variety! Will definitely want to explore this restaurant!

  28. Daruma Ramen House would like to try this restaurant as i like ramen very much and would like to try this. This is really special as it is surprisingly open in hong kong so would like to try the taste different between other japanese built restaurant.


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