Previously, we discussed one of many malls in the City Hall area, The Adelphi. Well, today, we are going to feature The Adelphi’s neighbour across the road, Capitol Piazza!
Capitol Piazza focuses on mainly gourmet restaurants and high-end shopping boutiques.
Food Options: 5/5
If you are looking to treat yourself, Capitol Piazza offers a huge range of restaurants for you to choose from.
Take your pick from Peranakan cuisine, Vegetarian food and much more! Being near the Central Business District area, this mall is perfect if you are looking to enjoy a luxurious lunch or host some clients.
For those who are looking for a more budget-friendly option, you can drop by Food Republic which offers an equally wide range of delicacies.
Unlike the typical Food Republic food stalls in other malls, the place also features a few individual restaurants for affordable prices.
The mall is conveniently linked to Capitol Theatre, where one can immerse in the arts or even attend red carpet events!
Tickets to events at Capitol Theatre can be purchased within Capitol Piazza at the Concierge.
P.S. the minimalist and classy design of the Capitol Theatre makes it an extremely Instagram-worthy spot!
The mall is also linked to Eden Residences Capitol, a luxurious hotel that features an extremely dynamic view of Singapore.
I also noted that there are several fountains in the mall which are situated beside restaurants, creating a luxurious and comfortable atmosphere for diners to enjoy their food with.
Tenant Mix: 3/5
Capitol Piazza’s shops mainly feature boutiques selling clothes on the pricier side. This includes shops like 45R and Joseph in the pictures below.
As most of the boutiques offer more prestigious and branded goods, the displays tend to be more glamorous and beautiful as well – perfect for all you window-shoppers (you don’t even need to spend a single cent)!
There are also many established beauty salons available for you to pamper yourself including hairdressing salons, nail salons and beauty clinics.
As like The Adelphi, Capitol Piazza is extremely accessible by both public transport and by car.
Take Exit B and cross the road via pedestrian crossing. You should be able to see Capitol Piazza across the road once you step out of the MRT station!
There are two bus stops located along the pathway stated above and here are the buses you can take:
Opposite Peninsula Plaza (04168): 32, 51, 63, 80, 195, 851, 961, 961C
St. Andrew’s Cathedral (04167): 1N, 2N, 3N, 4N, 5N, 6N, 61, 124, 145, 166, 174, 174e, 197, NR1, NR2, NR5, NR6, NR7, NR8
If you are driving, prominent landmarks around the area including St. Andrew’s Cathedral and the Supreme Court.
All in all, I would say that this is the perfect place to indulge in shopping splurges or good food. Take note, though, that most of the shops are upmarket labels and you may be better off visiting malls like The Adelphi or Peninsula Plaza across the road instead if you are looking for some wallet-friendly deals.
What do you think?