Ready for some lunchtime shopping?
Visit us at the House of Sheens retail showroom at 115 Amoy Street #04-00 if you’re working around the CBD area. The hip area of Amoy Street is home to bars and restaurants like Ding Dong, Birds of a Feather and Employee’s Only, and we are their neighbours! Tucked away in the attic level of 115 Amoy Street shophouse, the House of Sheens retail showroom is the hidden secret of the area.
The showroom is the perfect place for our regular shoppers to come by, grab a cuppa from Upside Down coffee (on us!), and enjoy an exclusive shopping experience that you can only have in person. You are welcome to touch and try on our bags, to see which one is the perfect bag for you! You can also shop Chocolate Gems bespoke jewellery like cocktail rings and drop earrings that retail here too.
In case, you need other reasons to come down, here are other hidden gems to check out around the Amoy/Telok Ayer area:
Image credit: @maggiejoanssingapore
Technically located on Amoy Street, finding the entrance to the Mediterranean -inspired restaurant in the back alley of Gemmill Lane is part of the fun. Seemingly giving off underground vibes as a hidden spot, Maggie Joan’s doesn’t fail to deliver with flavour and styling in an intimate spot!
Image credit: @theflyingsquirrelsg
Located in an alleyway off Amoy Street, the Flying Squirrel is another small but delicious modern Japanese-style cafe. Lunch serves up tasty bentos and donburis, and dinner goes full swing into a modern sushi bar. Delicious! Also check out the Flying Squirrel Private Works on level 2 for omakase style dining.
Image Credit: Aloha Poke via Facebook
Aloha Poke was the first poke bar to open in Singapore, which serves up a healthy and tasty Hawaiian raw fish salad & rice bowl on Amoy Street. Go early to customize your own salad bowl and get a table by the window. By night, the eatery also becomes a tiki bar that serves more Hawaiian favourites like Loco Moco, Lomi Lomi and Spam Musubi.
Image Credit: City Nomads
Annalaksmi is a vegetarian Indian restaurant, where you are able to Pay What You Want to cover the cost of the meal, with proceeds going towards the Temple of Fine Arts. The food is served buffet style, and made with love by the mostly volunteer staff in the restaurant.