Gourmet Fare, Humble Prices

STRAITS TIMES | WONG AH YOKE | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 5, 2017

Looking through the menu of Botanico, one thing jumps out. The prices at the latest restaurant to open in the Singapore Botanic Gardens are surprisingly decent. They are not dirt cheap, but with starters at under $20 and most main courses at less than $30, they are not much higher than what you find at hipster cafes these days. And you get much better cooking, service and ambience. Read more

 

The essential guide for dining over the Easter weekend in Singapore

SG NOW | ADAM KERR | PUBLISHED APRIL 11, 2017

Botanico is one of two eateries at The Garage, housed in a restored two-storey, seven-car garage that was first built in the 1920s to hold the cars (and upstairs, the drivers) of horticulture professors. The handsome, foliage-ensconced heritage building is spacious and high-ceilinged, the kind of place your cool and rich friends might have a gorgeous daytime wedding reception. Read more

 

AFFORDABLE SPANISH PLATES AT SINGAPORE BOTANIC GARDENS

CITY NOMADS | EMILY SEOW | PUBLISHED APRIL 10, 2017

The 1-Rochester Group has done itself exceedingly well in the past year with the recent openings of The Summerhouse and The Garage. Once a stable for cars and at another time, office space for the Horticulture Department, the latter now houses al fresco café Bee’s Knees and contemporary bistro Botanico. Helmed by Spanish-born Chef Antonio Oviedo, the bistronomy (a term referring to gastronomic dishes in a bistro setting) offerings here are seasonality driven, with plenty of Spanish influence to go around. Read more

 

Where To Go For Easter Brunch In Singapore 2017

MUMMYFIQUE | SEOW KAI LUN | PUBLISHED APRIL 7, 2017

Enjoy Easter within Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, at The Garage. Botanico is offering a 4-course Sunday brunch that includes a choice of Spanish Mackerel, Glazed Lamb Shoulder or Chargrilled Wagyu Flank. Opt to add the Eggster Cocktail, a specially concocted Easter-themed tipple with chocolate sauce and powder. Little ones aren’t neglected either; there’s a special brunch menu for them and they’ll be able to paint and make their own easter eggs. Read more

 

What’s cooking: Dining promotions, cheap food deals & new restaurants

THE HONEYCOMBERS | DINESH AJITH | PUBLISHED APRIL 3, 2017

The Garage opens in Singapore Botanic Gardens

History meets style in this brand new multi-concept dining establishment nestled away in the lush greenery of Botanic Gardens. Its two offerings – Botanico and Bee’s Knees – offer guests distinct experiences. The former, a bistro, offers contemporary dishes from a “seasonality-driven menu” put together by Spanish-born Chef Antonio Oviedo. The Bee’s Knees fashions itself as the ideal place for families to kick back (pets are welcome too!). Of course, you’ll find brunch staples like eggs and waffles, along with house-made cereals, cakes and more substantial dishes like pizza and pasta. Read more

 

Hot 10 Restaurants

LIFESTYLE ASIA | PUBLISHED MARCH 23, 2017

Located at The Garage, a 1920s Art Deco conservation building in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, this breezy bistro offers a menu crafted around seasonal ingredients. Must-try dishes include lamb tartare, cured and grilled Spanish mackerel, and braised pork belly with sherry sour sauce. Read more

 

Botanico at The Garage, Botanic Garden

MS SKINNYFAT | PUBLISHED MARCH 22, 2017

Garden dining is made better at Botanico at The Garage, Botanic Garden’s latest F&B establishment. There’s none of the heat or humidity at the open bar of the restaurant (thanks to their strong AC in the open air area). It is easy to forget that you are in Singapore given the elegant 1920s Art Deco setting, lush greenery, and temperate climate. Read more

 

A Contemporary Bistro Set Within The Lush Beauty Of Botanic Gardens

SETHLUI | CHERYL TAN | PUBLISHED MARCH 17, 2017

I recently heard of The Garage opening at Botanic Gardens Singapore, and I was intrigued by the two dining concept idea it has to offer — the first level is occupied by Bee’s Knees, a cafe-concept; while Botanico, a bistro-concept takes up the second floor. Read more

 

New at Singapore Botanic Gardens: Botanico at The Garage

WINE & DINE | JOYCELINE TULLY | PUBLISHED MARCH 16, 2017

There’s plenty to like about Botanico, part of The Garage, 1–Group’s new F&B concept at Botanic Gardens. Housed in a 1920s Art Deco conservation building, Botanico is a 120-seater with an al fresco bar and outdoor seating for romancing the stars. Read more

 

Botanico serves up seasonal flavours in a garden

LIFESTYLE ASIA | SARA YAP | PUBLISHED MARCH 16, 2017

It seems that homegrown food and beverage enterprise 1-Group is particularly enamoured with garden restaurants this year. Just a few months after opening The Summerhouse — a nature-inspired eatery at the revamped Seletar airbase — it has made its way to the Singapore Botanic Gardens to launch The Garage, a multi-concept space. The latter comprises Botanico, a classy bistro with a focus on seasonal produce, and casual café Bee’s Knees. Read more

 

Botanico at The Garage: A Visit To The Garden Of Eden

SUPERADRIANME | JESSICA CHAN | PUBLISHED MARCH 1, 2017

Traditional and avant-garde, Botanico at The Garage stands in between the past, present and future. This elegant 1920s Art Deco garage has been revived into a stunning F&B establishment, serving up western fusion with a touch of Chef Antonio Oviedo‘s Spanish roots. A café on the first floor, and a restaurant on the second in the midst of the sprawling nature of Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, Singapore Botanic Gardens. Look beyond the initial visage, and find a side door leading to an al fresco bar hidden within the seemingly endless rows of nutmeg and pandan. There, my friends is where we will be dining tonight. Read more

 

These 5 Dishes Will Have You Returning To Botanico At The Garage

WEEKENDER | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 25, 2017

The Garage wasn’t always a dining destination nestled in the lush greenery of Botanical Gardens, home to two hip concepts, Botanico and Bee’s Knees.

Its unusual name is courtesy of a storied past.

The two-story Art Deco conservation building once served as the garage for the cars of college professors and a residence for their drivers; a school of ornamental horticulture and an office space. Read more

 

THE GARAGE

PARCHED ASIA | DAVID FUHRMANN-LIM | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 24, 2017

7 Things to Know About The Garage – With its Cosy New Outdoor Botanico Bar in The Singapore Botanic Gardens.

The Singapore Botanic Gardens has a new F&B destination called The Garage, which houses the cafe Bee’s Knees, a modern bistro Botanico, and a cocktail garden in the outdoor terrace. It’s a lot of names and info to take in, so let us break it down for you. Read more

 

Foodie News Flash: New Restaurants in Singapore this March

SASSY MAMA | BEATE | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 24, 2017

Hey, mama! Need a quick shot of inspiration for a night out on the town (no kids, that is)? Here’s our pick of Singapore’s latest restaurants and newest bars, condensed and served up in tasty bite-size pieces just for you. This month’s bumper crop features a duo of fine and fun dining in the Botanic Gardens, mod-Italian with a Michelin-starred pedigree, a fine new addition to Singapore’s poké trend, hand-foraged Ant cocktails and much, much more. Get hungry, mamas! Read more

 

This Ulu Cafe Serves Cakes Baked With Herbs From Its Own Garden

8 DAYS | ANNETTE TAN | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 18, 2017

IN A NUTSHELL: Tucked away in the Botanic Gardens, at the Cluny Park end, The Garage occupies a charming historical building that, in Singapore’s colonial days, served as a garage for college professors and residents in the area. For a long time, it also served as an office building for the Gardens’ Horticulture Department and was then left empty before its current incarnation. It now houses Bee’s Knees, a casual café for hiding out from work during the day, and Botanico, a contemporary bistro serving a seasonal menu in the evenings. The two-storey whitewashed building retains all its colonial grace, with plantation windows and large arched entryways. Read more

 

New F&B Concept at The Botanic Gardens Serves Excellent Food

DAIRY & CREAM | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 18, 2017

After the successful establishment of the Summerhouse at Seletar, 1-Group, the lifestyle F&B Group operating several award-winning restaurants such as UNA and 1-Rochester, redefines botanical adventures once again at The Garage.

Converted from a 1920s Art Deco Conservation building, the 2-storey house offers 2 different F&B concepts; Bee Knees and The Botanico. The latter which I visited, is situated on an open-plan rectangular space at the 2nd level, with an outdoor terrace sheltered under the lush green canopy. There’s a hidden garden bar in the outdoor area for guests to chill out with cocktails such as Blackberry Mojito and Garage Gin’onic. Read more

 

Three to try: Meat Smith @ Cocotte, The Summerhouse, The Garage

BURO 24/7 | ANNETTE TAN | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 17, 2017

Cloistered away in the Cluny Park end of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Garage — also by 1-Group — offers serene garden seating at its Bee’s Knees Café. At breakfast, there are wholesome waffles, house-made cereals and cakes, while throughout the day, a simple menu of pastas, pizzas and sandwiches make it an excellent pit stop after a walk in the park. The historical building’s curved entryways hint at its past life as a garage bay for cars belonging to professors at the nearby college. The building has also served as a school of ornamental horticulture and later on, office space for the Botanic Gardens’ Horticulture Department. Read more

 

The Garage Will Be Your New Favourite Hangout Spot

FEMALE | ISABEL ONG | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 16, 2017

Hipsters will soon be flocking to The Garage, a spiffy new dining establishment in the leafy surrounds of the Botanic Gardens. A 1920s Art Deco garage set amidst the sprawling UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Reportedly built between 1927 to 1928, the building was formerly used as a garage, a school and an office space. Its latest incarnation, by lifestyle F&B company 1-Group (the folks behind 1-Altitude and Una at Rochester Park), sees the introduction of two F&B establishments: A cafe on the first floor and a restaurant on the second. Read more

 

SG Food on Foot’s Monthly Grub Recommendation February 2017

SG FOOD ON FOOT | DERRICK TAN | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 16, 2017

Botanico at The Garage is located in a conservation building within Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site – Singapore Botanic Gardens, that was built in the 1920s.The restaurant offers a contemporary-bistro seasonality driven menu. The kitchen is helmed by Spanish-born Chef Antonio Oviedo. A visit to The Garage is not complete without checking out the hidden bar on the 2nd level at Botanico. The alfresco bar area is actually air conditioned! Read more

 

A Treasure Nestled in Singapore’s First UNESCO World Heritage Site

STRICTLY OURS | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 14, 2017

Built in 1927, The Garage was the home of the cars of college professors and their drivers. With its name and structure preserved, The UNESCO World Heritage Site is now the proud home of two F&B concepts. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life, The Garage provides a respite for those who crave a quick getaway. Read more

 

緑あふれる植物園内でモダンにアレンジされたビストロ料理を

TABIISARA | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 13, 2017

シンガポール発の世界遺産に認定されたボタニックガーデン内に1920年代に建設された、歴史的建造物でもあるガレージ。この度、気軽に使えるレストラン&カフェとして生まれ変わりました! Read more

 

11 Stylish Restaurants For A Romantic Valentine’s Day

FEMALE | SHARON SALIM | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 13, 2017

Botanico sits on the mezzanine floor of the newly converted The Garage in the picturesque Botanic Gardens, and offers a six-course dinner menu ($260++/couple) that puts a spotlight on seasonal ingredients. Expect a tantalising spread of pleasing mains such as chargrilled prime beef rye, Scottish salmon with yuzu cream and stewed lamb. Read more

 

Chic And Fuss-Free Ways To Get Prepped For Valentine’s Day

FEMALE | SHARON SALIM | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 13, 2017

What: Bee’s Knees, a newly opened cafe at Botanic Gardens dining spot The Garage, has put together a picnic basket ($88) comprising everything you need for a romantic – and unpretentious – date. You’ll get outdoor necessities such as a waterproof mat, a ladies’ sun hat and even mosquito repellent, as well as a range of sweet and savoury treats – croissants with homemade strawberry jam, Spanish ham and comte cheese as well as heart-shaped cookies. Read more

 

5 Last-Minute Valentine’s Day Date Ideas To Bookmark

WEEKENDER | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 11, 2017

Show your darling that he or she is truly the bee’s knees, with a cosy picnic at The Garage in the Botanical Gardens.

From 10-14 Feb, love birds can enjoy a picnic basket ($88, exclusive of a $40 refundable deposit for return of the basket) with a special Valentine’s Day kit comprising outdoor essentials alongside sweets and savouries, including croissants with homemade strawberry jam, black truffle potato chips, Spanish ham and comté cheese and brownie cake pops. Read more

 

Say “I love you” to your significant other extravagantly this VDay

NOOKMAG | JOCHEBEL KHONG | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 11, 2017

The Garage sets the mood for classic romance this Valentine’s Day. Indulge in a six-course dinner by Head Chef Antonio Oviedo at Botanico. Focusing on producing the best and the freshest, the dinner set menu feature delights such as marinated Tsarskaya oyster, steamed sunchoke and egg pudding with foie gras, sunchoke chips with caviar, house-cured Scottish salmon complemented with smoked salmon roe, cucumber sorbet and yuzu sour cream, and stewed lamb sweet breads glazed with lamb jus. Read more

 

Dining Guide: Where to get your tasty treats (Feb 11 to 12)

TODAY | SONIA YEO SIJIA | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 10, 2017

SEASON OF LOVE AT THE GARAGE

If you want to escape the crowds on Valentine’s Day, contemporary bistro The Garage is a great option, as it’s nestled in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The bistro is serving a six-course dinner set menu priced at S$260++ per couple. Read more

 

Weets Eats: Botanico’s easy on the eyes and palate

THE NEW PAPER | YEOH WEE TECK | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 9, 2017

It just launched The Summerhouse in a house built in the 1930s at Seletar Aerospace Park.

And the latest takes it up a notch.

The Garage at Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 1920s garage located near the entrance of the Unesco World Heritage Site. Read more

 

9 NEW Restaurants And Cafes In Singapore To Try This February 2017

THE FINDER | PINKY CHNG | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 9, 2017

Inspired by the nature and the natural cycles of the year, this contemporary bistro offers a menu that changes according to season. Cheese connoisseurs will love the Idiazabal Croquettes, stuffed with strongly smoked cheese and topped with chorizo; move on to the Chargrilled Iberico Pork Belly, which won approving nods around the table. Read more

 

13 super romantic dinner dates to splurge on for Valentine’s Day 2017

COCONUTS SINGAPORE | BENITA LEE | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 9, 2017

Nestled in a gorgeous 1920s Art Deco garage, this casual café is providing picnic baskets for couples and sending them into the care of Mother Nature. Stroll hand-in-hand around the gardens until you find a pleasant spot to unpack your goodies — besides practical essentials like a waterproof picnic mat, mosquito repellent and a sun hat, you’ll also find a spread of croissants and homemade strawberry jam, black truffle potato chips, ham and cheese, brownie cake pops and heart-shaped cookies. Read more

 

6 must-try restaurants to try in February 2017

THE PEAK | AMY VAN, MERYL KOH | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 2017

Parked amidst the lush greenery of Botanic Gardens, The Garage is the latest concept by lifestyle F&B group 1-Group, also behind 1-Altitude and UNA. While the café-bistro Bee’s Knees on ground floor is where peckish joggers will go for a post-workout brunch, upstairs at Botanico restaurant is meant for slightly fancier dress and pretty food cooked by Spanish-born chef de cuisine Antonio Oviedo, formerly from two Michelin-starred Sant Celoni and the one-starred Roco Moo by the Roca brothers. Read more

 

Botanico by The Garage @ Singapore Botanic Gardens (Cluny Park Road)

G NINE THREE | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 7, 2017

As mentioned in my earlier post, Botanico is one of two dining destinations by The Garage (the other being Bee’s Knees Cafe), which recently opened at Singapore Botanic Gardens. Located at level 2 of the white-washed colonial building that was built in the 1920s and carefully restored to house the F&B outlets, Botanico serves a contemporary European menu and opens only in the evenings from 6pm onwards.. Read more

 

New at Botanic Gardens: Restaurant and cafe concept of The Garage

THE PEAK | MERYL KOH | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 6, 2017

There are no lack of quaint cafes or nice restaurants for peckish park-goers in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. But what of a bar with good cocktails? New restaurant and bar The Garage fills that gap. Housed in a two-storey heritage building, The Garage features two concepts: modern European restaurant Botanico on level two, and cafe-bar Bee’s Knees on the ground floor. The latter dishes out eggs, waffles and coffee in the day, but turns into a gin-focused bar at night where the botanical spirit is stirred and mixed into delicious cocktails. Read more

 

Botanico @ The Garage (Singapore Botanic Gardens) – Dining At UNESCO World Heritage Site

SG FOOD ON FOOT | DERRICK TAN | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 6, 2017

Two new dining concepts has taken over The Garage, a conservation building within Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site – Singapore Botanic Gardens, that was built in the 1920s. Once a stable for cars, the second floor is now occupied by Botanico helmed by Spanish-born Chef Antonio Oviedo. The restaurant offers a contemporary-bistro seasonality driven menu. Read more

 

Food Review: Bee’s Knees at The Garage in Botanic Gardens | Colonial bungalow cafe along Cluny Road

THE RANTING PANDA | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 5, 2017

The Place Botanic Gardens is more than a UNESCO Heritage Site, as it is becoming a dining destination with the likes of One-Michelin starred Corner House, and The Garage which opened last month. This colonial bungalow style dining concept is by the One Rochester Group, the same team behind UNA, Stellar @ One-Altitude and the recently opened The Summerhouse/Wildseed Cafe at Seletar Aerospace Park. Read more

 

12 Garden Themed Cafes & Restaurants In Singapore – To Take You Out Of This World

DANIEL FOOD DIARY | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 4, 2017

The Garage at Singapore Botanic Gardens is located within a conserved heritage building that has been around since the 1920s.

The colonial building has now been refurbished into a F&B establishment which houses two dining concepts – Bee’s Knee at Level 1 and Botanica at Level 2. Read more

 

Sound cooking that could use a light hand

BUSINESS TIMES | JAIME EE | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 3, 2017

JUST because Singapore only has one season doesn’t mean we can’t pretend to have four – at least in restaurants where we can have summer or winter menus in June or December depending on which hemisphere the chef subscribes to. We know it’s contrived but seasonality is such a nice illusion to subscribe to, along with dining in a pleasant English garden setting that the new Botanico restaurant offers. Read more

 

6 new dessert spots in Singapore for a serious sugar rush

HER WORLD PLUS | HO PEI YING | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 2, 2017

Bee’s Knees is housed inside a gorgeous 1920s Art Deco garage within the Botanic Gardens, and is part of a culinary concept called The Garage, which also comprises the restaurant Botanica, which has a seasonality-driven menu. Bee’s Knees, on the other hand, is a casual café opened for brunch with a modest but delicious dessert menu. Popular choices include their Lemon Rosemary Tart, which appears like an uncontained bloom and their Caramelised Apples with Cranberries Waffles. Read more

 

Bee’s Knees at The Garage

SG NOW | PUBLISHED FEBRUARY, 2017

Located at the ground level of the two-storey minimalist establishment The Garage, is a casual, pet- and kid-friendly brunch spot, serving eggs, waffles, pizza, pasta and an extensive selection of sandwiches and salads. Decked out with green, white and brown wallpapers, distressed concrete flooring and wooden furniture, Bee’s Knees looks like the cool hipster joint your followers would double tap when they see it on your Instagram feed. Read more

 

7 most romantic restaurants perfect for Valentine’s Day 2017

THE PEAK | SIYING LUI | PUBLISHED JANUARY 31, 2017

Nature lovers can check out this charming hideout in the middle of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Botanico’s Valentine’s Day set menu is available from Feb 10 – 12 and also on 14, with courses such as Tsarsaskaya oyster, lamb sweet breads and US prime rib eye. After dinner, head outdoors to the bar and terrace to enjoy the leafy surroundings. Read more

 

Romantic restaurants in Singapore: Valentine’s Day 2017

HONEYKIDS ASIA | GEORGINA HOCKLEY | PUBLISHED JANUARY 31, 2017

Part of a stylish new multi-dining concept in the lush Botanic Gardens, Botanico at The Garage is the perfect place to treat your other half. Housed in the conservation building once used by the professors in the Horticulture Department to park their cars, it’s now had a lovely facelift. Helmed by Spanish-born Chef Antonio Oviedo, Botanico plates up contemporary cuisine from a seasonally driven menu. We simply couldn’t go past the braised pork belly, cured and grilled Spanish mackerel, or the to-die-for warm chocolate dessert with ginger ice cream. You’ll want to head back the morning after with the kids for eggs and waffles at Bee’s Knees downstairs. Read more

 

Bee’s Knees Cafe by The Garage @ Singapore Botanic Gardens (Cluny Park Road)

G NINE THREE  | PUBLISHED JANUARY 30, 2017

From the same people who opened One Rochester Group and 1-Altitude, comes a new two-storey dining destination at Singapore Botanic Gardens called The Garage. Combining two concepts in a single building, level 1 is the family-friendly, more convivial younger sibling- Bee’s Knees while level 2 houses the slightly more serious older sibling with a contemporary flair- Botanico. Read more

 

花卉入馔 喜迎春

联合早报 | 黄亿敏, 杨全龙 | PUBLISHED JANUARY 27, 2017

春天是花开绽放的季节,百花报春,花卉也能成为盘中菜。以花入馔,你可能会问,花不像家常蔬菜,要怎么吃?其实,花卉的营养多元,吃法也多变,当成配菜或点缀,清爽凉拌或当甜点,都可以!有别于熟悉的中菜,联合早报记者访问了主理西餐及日本料理的厨师,了解他们如何设计出朵朵花开的美食。Read more

 

Botanico at The Garage (Singapore) in the Singapore Botanic Gardens

BIBIK GOURMAND | EVELYN CHEN | PUBLISHED JANUARY 24, 2017

While most restaurants are tightening their belts this season, the One Rochester Group makes headlines once again with yet another new restaurant opening, Botanico at The Garage (“Botanico”), its fourth in the last three to four months. Read more

 

JUST OPENED FEBRUARY 2017: NEW RESTAURANTS & BARS

CITY NOMADS | GARY LIM | PUBLISHED JANUARY 24, 2017

Finally, more dining options at the reclusive Singapore Botanic Gardens. The Garage is a dual-concept establishment housed in a beautifully conserved 1920s Art Deco-style garage – at the elegant Botanico, head chef Antonio Oviedo blends seasonality-driven cuisine (Lamb Tartare, Botanico Salad) with his penchant for experimentation and the thriving ethos of casual bistronomy, while the family- and pet-friendly cafe Bee’s Knees presents all-day offerings (eggs, waffles, cakes) with takeaway options and a retail section. Read more

 

Foodie News Flash: New Restaurants in Singapore this February

SASSY MAMA | BEATE | PUBLISHED JANUARY 24, 2017

The Garage in the Botanics: consisting of Botanico upstairs and their casual dog-friendly cafe Bee’s Knees downstairs is finally open! Hurrah! Head to Bee’s Knees for pasta and pretty cakes or a post-jog coffee, and to Botanico for fine dining dinner. Read more

 

Food Picks: New Ubin Seafood heads west, lush putu piring, the Bee’s Knees cafe, and CNY cocktails

STRAITS TIMES | REBECCA LYNNE TAN | PUBLISHED JANUARY 20, 2017

There is something tranquil and relaxing about eating amid lush greenery, and what better place to dine at than Singapore’s Unesco World Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

The Bee’s Knees is a new cafe at The Garage, located at the gardens’ Cluny Park entrance, which is within walking distance from the MRT station. The building also has a dinner-only restaurant on the second floor. Read more

 

The Garage – Dine At A Heritage Building In The Botanic Gardens

DANIEL FOOD DIARY | PUBLISHED JANUARY 19, 2017

Not your typical garage.

The Garage at Singapore Botanic Gardens is located within a conserved heritage building that has been around since the 1920s. (While you are at the gardens, there are also Casa Verde and Corner House you can look out for.) Read more

 

The Most Romantic Restaurants in Singapore

TIMEOUT | NATASHA HONG AND NICOLE-MARIE NG | PUBLISHED JANUARY 19, 2017

Whether you’re planning for your first date, an anniversary or a regular date night out about town, here are our picks of the best value-for-money, romantically lit restaurants to wine and dine in Singapore. Nestled in the heart of the Botanic Gardens is The Garage, a new 2-storey F&B concept with a cafe named Bee’s Knees on the ground floor and restaurant/bar Botanico on the second. Read more

 

3 leafy Spore estates are buzzing with new places to eat and drink

SG NOW | MRIGAA SETHI | PUBLISHED JANUARY 6, 2017

Seletar too far for you? Well, seems like the 1-Group is spreading the love when it comes to dining-in-foliage because they have just brought a Summerhouse-style concept to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, too. Already home to fine dining establishments like Halia and Michelin-starred Cornerhouse, it is now the location of The Garage. Read more

 

The Garage

SG NOW | PUBLISHED JANUARY, 2017

Joining the other dining establishments like Halia and Michelin-starred Cornerhouse at Singapore Botanic Gardens is The Garage, which now occupies the space that was once a “stable for cars” in the 1920s. This establishment is separated into two floors—Bee’s Knees and Botanico—and adopts a minimalist design, with touches of white, black and yellow green on their decor. Read more

 

 

 

Bee’s Knees (Level 1 Café)

  • Sunday to Tuesday    ||    8am to 6pm
  • Wednesday to Saturday     ||    8am to 8pm

Botanico (Level 2 Restaurant)

  • Wednesday to Friday    ||    12 to 3pm + 6pm to 10pm
  • Saturday    ||   6pm to 10pm
  • Sunday    ||    11.30am to 3pm + 6 pm to 10pm

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