Mandarin Gallery

  • Mandarin Gallery Image: Mandarin Gallery
  • Address
    333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897
  • Phone
    +65 6831 6363
  • Opening hours
    Daily 11:00 - 22:00

Considered as Singapore’s most iconic shopping street, Orchard Road is home to several well-known shopping malls including Mandarin Gallery, a high-end shopping arcade attached to the Mandarin Orchard Hotel. The mall is a perfect place for hotel guests to spend a day browsing some of the most renowned designer boutiques and a wide array of restaurants offering a mix of Asian and Western cuisines to suit everyone’s palate.

Highlights

  • Experience luxury shopping at its finest: Vertu, Emporio Armani, Hugo Boss, Victoria’s secret, Tumi and Samsonite – are just a few to name among a plethora of designer labels and luxury brands that are housed by Mandarin Gallery. Shoppers can find a bit of everything in here; from home-grown designers such as Ashley Isham to chic Chinese couture at XI Apparel & Jade and renowned American brands such as Michael Kors.
  • Home to some of the best restaurants in town: Mandarin Gallery boasts a small and intimate mall space in the heart of Orchard Road for the well-to-do shoppers to enjoy a great meal amidst their retail therapy in order to enhance their shopping experience. The mall has an array of restaurants offering diverse cuisines from Chinese noodles to Japanese sushi and Parisian desserts to American Steaks. Locals and tourists are specially attracted by Ippudo which is known for serving some of the tastiest ramen dishes in the country. For those craving a taste of Paris, step into one of the most sophisticated French patisserie in Mandarin Gallery, Antoinette, to experience some of the most decadent chocolate creations, all hand-made by the finest french pastry chefs.
Mandarin Gallery Image: Mandarin Gallery

GUIDE TO SHOPPING AT MANDARIN GALLERY
With four floors stocked with shops ranging from boutiques to restaurants and clinics to furniture galleries, Mandarin Gallery can be a hard place to explore if you don’t know where you’re going. Here’s a guide to help you locate the shops inside the mall without having to spend too much time looking for everything.

Level 1: The first level has some of the best designer brands including Bella & Ross, Boss, Michael Kors, Rimowa and Tumi. Here, shoppers can also find the British luxury mobile phone shop Vertu for handmade, diamond-encrusted cell phones that are not only exquisitely unique but will also leave customers’ wallets rather light.

Level 2: This level has a mix of different shops catering to different needs of the shoppers including jewellery shops such as Chooylin, boutiques like Samsonite and the popular Parisian patisserie, Antoinette.

Level 3: Need a fresh haircut or a new suit for a special occasion? The third floor in Mandarin Gallery has a number of hair salons including the infamous Tony and Guy as well as Tailor shops such as Coloc the Tailor. Shoppers can also look around in GR Luxury, an independent dealer store with an impressive luxury watch collection from brands like Rolex and Richard Mille.

Level 4: If you’re renovating your house or looking for a new piece of furniture, fourth floor is where you should be. Here, you can browse a number of furniture galleries and lifestyle store such as ACTUS häuse and Atomi. Hungry shoppers can also find a wide variety of restaurants to choose from to recharge their batteries after a long day of shopping. Make a pit stop at Ippudo for the most mouth-watering bowl of ramen or Hashida for freshly made sushi and authentic Japanese cuisine. Royal London Duck is another eatery not to be missed in Mandarin Gallery; here you can feast on a whole crispy-skinned duck for $48.

NOTES

  • Mandarin Gallery is seldom crowded so shoppers can benefit from full attention and great VIP service from the staff in each store.
  • The mall has basement parking where shoppers can part their cars. The rates start from $3.60 per hour. More information can be found on http://mandaringallery.com.sg/contact-us.

HOW TO GET THERE
Buses:
700, 971E, 972, 77, 167, 171, 190, 587, 590, 598, 700A, NR6 and N (the nearest bus stop B09037 is only 2 minutes away from the mall by foot.)

Nearest MRT Station: Somerset (From exit B, the mall is only 5 minutes away on foot)

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