VivoCity has recently revealed a new reconfigured zone at Level 1, featuring a host of dining options as well as retail and shopping options.
Occupying over 56,000 square feet of space that was previously largely occupied by TANGS department store, the refreshed food and retail zone also has better connectivity with an escalator lobby up to Level 1.
Retail Shops at the Refreshed VivoCity Zone
Shoppers will be happy to know that TANGS has reopened at the refreshed VivoCity zone, albeit with a smaller footprint.
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Sporting a fresh yet familiar look, the rejuvenated TANGS has new shop-in-shop concepts like Clarins, Maison Q, Miffy and Hegen, and also features brands such as Albion, SK-II, YSL Beauty, Braun Buffel and more.
Level 1 at TANGS is also where families with kids can find the toy section that will be popular with kids.
Another returning tenant at the new zone is ALDO, the Canadian fashion, footwear and accessory brand. The new VivoCity store is the brand’s largest in Singapore and will stock VivoCity-exclusive merchandise.
Other retail shops that can be found at the rejuvenated VivoCity zone include Bath & Body Works and Polo Ralph Lauren.
Food and Dining at VivoCity’s Rejuvenated Zones
A significant difference that has come about with the refreshed Level 1 zone is the introduction of more dining and F&B options.
The Providore has opened an outlet at VivoCity, and at 120 seats, the outlet is its second largest in Singapore.
The outlet is open from 8 am on weekdays and serves food inspired by its own product range.
Another highlight at The Providore VivoCity is its deli that stocks more than 50 kinds of cheeses.
Tiong Bahru Bakery
You can get a buttery croissant made with 100% French flour and butter from as early as 7.30 am at Tiong Bahru Bakery’s VivoCity outlet.
From now till 30 June 2023, Tiong Bahru Bakery’s newest outlet will be giving away a free croissant with a minimum spend of $15 on weekdays only when diners bring their own container for takeaways.
Belle-Ville Pancake & Coffee
Those with a sweet tooth can indulge it at Belle-Ville Pancake & Coffee’s new outlet at VivoCity. Beside fluffy Japanese-style pancakes, the outlet also serves food like Japanese curry for those who wish for something heartier.
Belle-Ville Pancake & Coffee will also be roasting its own coffee at its own in-store roastery, in collaboration with Takagi Coffee from Japan.
Waa Cow! has opened its first family-centric outlet at VivoCity. For meat-lovers, there is the Truffle Royale Don as well as the Meat Lovers Chirashi.
This is also its first outlet that is offering kids meals for young ones.
To celebrate the launch, diners can redeem complimentary limited edition beach-themed merchandise from 27 May to 23 June with a minimum spend of $80.
Find out more about the refreshed VivoCity zone.
For families who are looking for something fun to do over the June school holidays, do be sure to pay a visit to My Little 90’s Job Adventure at Kiztopia Town @ VivoCity, just next to the refreshed VivoCity retail zone.