CapitaLand launches new food tour at its malls

By HungryGoWhere July 11, 2021
CapitaLand launches new food tour at its malls
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Singaporeans tend to think of our shopping malls as the perfect place to chill during weekends, but most of us have never seen them as tourist destinations. CapitaLand is hoping to get people to see our shopping malls in a whole new light by launching a series of specially curated in-mall experiences, including a food tour and an Instagram-focused photography walking trip.

Branded under CapitaLand’s “Explore the City” campaign, participants can gain a “stamp” on their CapitaStar app for completing each of the four available experiences. They can get up to $150 worth of shopping and dining vouchers by collecting all four stamps.

If you’re a foodie like us, you will love the “Food Thrills” experience. Each tour package costs $50 and includes five dining vouchers from various CapitaLand restaurants, worth a total of $110. Participants can choose from three different packages, which can be purchased on Klook at

Some of the restaurants featured in the tours include Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen at Funan Mall, Muchos and Red House Seafood at Clarke Quay, Arteastiq at Plaza Singapura, and Prego at Fairmont Singapore.

HungryGoWhere was invited to join a media tour last Thursday (1 April), where we got to try dishes from two restaurants – Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen and Muchos.


Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen

We sampled two delectable ramen dishes: their iconic Beef Sukiyaki Kazan and the Kazan Karamiso.

The Beef Sukiyaki Kazan is the restaurant’s signature “volcano ramen”, served in piping hot stone bowls. The aroma of its unique tonkotsu and sukiyaki soy sauce paste blend created quite the impression right away. Sure enough, the sukiyaki brings a sweetness to the broth that is not usually found in tonkotsu ramen, and the succulent beef slices and springy noodles completed this wonderful dish.

Beef Sukiyaki Kazan

Next up was the Kazan Karamiso, another “volcano ramen”, but this time a synthesis of tonkotsu and miso soup bases. The miso paste adds a tinge of spiciness to the soup, and goes well together with the thick, hearty tonkotsu broth, bringing out the best of both worlds from the two classic ramen soup bases. The char siu meat was thick yet tender, and was marinated to perfection.

Kazan Karamiso


Fans of modern Mexican cuisine will find much to love with Muchos’ offerings. The first thing we tried were the Nachos chips, which in addition to the deliciously crunchy chips and tantalising sauces came mixed with spicy minced chicken.

Nachos chips

Muchos Platter, which is a hearty medley of skewered prawns, calamari, potato wedges, hot wings, corn chips, quesadillas and salsa roja, filled our bellies with its myriad of exquisite tastes. To top it all off, a nice glass of margarita completed the experience.

Muchos Platter

For people keen to embark on a more touristy experience to explore the sights and sounds of Singapore, the #Instawalk Tour option may be a good choice. In this local tour experience, a guide (who is a local influencer) leads small groups on a short tour in the area surrounding several CapitaLand malls, showing them “Instagrammable” places and showing their charges how to take stylish urban snapshots.


To find out more about these experiences, visit

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