435 Orchard Road
Level 4 Wisma Atria
Singapore 238877

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm



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Guan's Mee Pok with Yakitori

(from Guan's Mee Pok)

One of the better MLXG in #Singapore. The spam and potato slices are on point.
PS: I still don’t get why they charge an additional $3 for the mala base.
#313somerset #foodrepublicsg #malaxiangguo #土豆 #tastesbetterthanitlooks #麻辣香锅


Located at Food Republic, 1 HarbourFront Walk, Level 3 VivoCity Singapore 098585. Our favourite place when we craves for a mouth-watering plate of Indonesian food - Ayam Panggang, $6.80! 😋 BBQ Grilled Chicken drumstick with super tender flavoured meat with tasty stir-fried cabbage and a nicely fried sunshine egg 🍳 It’s so delicious especially with the extra curry gravy!! Slurpppss! This definitely worth the calories intake! 🙈😍 @foodrepublicsg @vivocitysingapore #hungryunicornsg #foodrepublic #foodrepublicsg #foodrepublicvivo #ayampanggang

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Food court nasi padang stalls can be expensive hit or miss affairs but Padang Delights at Wisma Atria's Food Republic definitely delighted me. The large and tender curry drumstick came with smooth, "lemak" curry poured over the rice and the other sides of long beans, omelette, begedil and fried tempeh were highly satisfactory as well.

Taste: 3.5/5


And it takes a lot for me not to order it at any Vietnamese joint.

However the Bun Cha from Little Hanoi at the food republic at Shaw is excellent enough to make me reconsider. Lightly spiced Pork patties made to order and the grilled pork belly were delicious, but what I really loved most were the innocuous looking spring rolls that were stuffed with a savory pork and mushroom filling. Amazing. There were enough herbs garnished along with that familar sweet salty sauce that balanced the flavors.

My only gripe was that the portions were quite small, but for $7.90, I shouldn't be complaining


Just the other day when I was at Wisma Atria in the morning, I saw that “Janggut Laksa” had opened a stall inside Food Republic. Why not have it for breakfast I thought? Well, it turned out to be a good decision.
Touted as the “original Katong Laksa”, I was glad to see their sign also proclaim the use of fresh coconut milk. There was no lack in fragrance and tastiness even though their gravy isn’t as thick as the one by “328 Katong Laksa” but that’s ok by me (in fact, it’s precisely why I am very fond of the charcoal-cooked “Sungei Road Laksa”).
Noodles are clipped short here as well which facilitates eating with just a spoon.


Everyone in Singapore knows all about Katong laksa and all their imitators (the original is on the ground floor in Queensway Shopping Centre), but not many realize that Food Republic has made a determined drive to bring that laksa from the western side of Singapore to the more civilized side of the sunny nation state. As such, you can now enjoy the one and only original Katong laksa in the heart of Orchard Road.

There is virtually no difference in the quality and sumptuousness of the laksa despite the difference in location. The milky, velvety and simply sapid gravy that the small shrimps, thick bee hoon, cockles and fishcake are bathed in is luscious and lip-smackingly delicious. The only issue I had was with the less than fresh shrimp, but I simply disregarded the shrimp and devoured the rest of the laksa.

Lipsmacking, luscious laksa in the heart of atas ol’ Orchard Road. Only at Wisma Atria Food Republic.

I’ve always thought of Food Republic as having average, overpriced food, but with their new, revamped flagship outlet at Wisma Atria boasting absolute gems like the Michelin Bib Gourmand awarded Ah Er Soup, it’s time for a reassessment of that thinking.

This bowl of Buddha Jumps Over The Wall was ONLY NINE bucks! The soup is rich, flavorful, delightfully herbal and utterly potent. Better yet, there were so many ingredients swimming around in there too. A whole tender chicken thigh, fish maw, abalone-you get the point. Hell, this fat man would jump over a wall for this bowl of beauty.

Also, someone was definitely moaning and screaming “Ah Er” repeatedly later that night. I ain’t gonna name names, but she knows who she is.

Thanks for hosting us @foodrepublicsg and Lena, and thanks for inviting me along @burpple!


Expect new stalls such as Aher Soup, Guan Chee Roast, Ali Shan Curry Rice and The Original Katong Laksa to delight your tastebuds and be spoilt for choice with the wide selection of food, notwithstanding the many other new and existing tenants nestled in the food court.

One such stall that absolutely stole the show and hit a home run was Aher Soup, who also operates at ABC Brickworks Market and that particular stall was a recipient of the Michelin Bib Gourmand 2017. No matter the time of the day, a bowl of double-boiled Chinese herbal soup works wonder and this does not disappoint at all. The signature soup is the Buddha Jumps Over The Wall, which contains premium ingredients such as abalone, scallop, dried oyster, fish maw, mushroom and an entire chicken leg, simmered for over three to four hours resulting in a rich collagen broth bursting with textures and flavours. If you are here for a meal, never leave this place without having a bowl of comforting soup.
Food Republic Wisma Atria
Address: 435, Orchard Road, Wisma Atria Shopping Centre, Level 4, Singapore 238877



Ayam Penyet Set - $5.90
Includes rice and soup in the set. Original price is $6.80. Nice and crispy chicken, silently addictive.
But lumpy rice was a letdown, and the tofu is too small. But the huge crispy chicken and the chilli paste make up for the disappointment. Worth a try
Penyet & BBQ

The prawn paste and the fish dumplings are made by hand so you know it's gonna be very good. Fish dumplings were so juicy and bouncy, and the fish skin particularly stood out with its excellent texture. The prawn paste did not disappoint as well, similarly having an excellent bouncy and chunky texture and the prawn taste jumps out immediately. Unfortunately you can't mix them so you have to order them separately


An average vinegar base but the toppings were decent. Toothsome fish maw cooked perfectly, egg with molten yolk and the dumpling was filled with pure meat, making it hefty and plump


Doesn't seem very value for money actually. Soups pretty good with a distinct prawn taste and mee Kia was cooked to al dente perfection as well. Quite like the sweet soy sauce but the wantons themselves were, while good with nice chunks of prawn, not spectacular.


Paper thin skin and so much flavour, this might not be super juicy but the char and the smoky aroma more than makes up for it


Apparently pineapple is the only drinkable fruit tea with 0% sugar since it isn't bitter or overly acidic like the others. It's more like a fruit infused water but with tea since the fruit taste isn't very strong


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