Singapore EXPO and MAX Atria are rolling out a slew of new and exciting F&B offerings in tandem with the launch of new MICE facilities and services available at the venue.

The venue consists of:

  • Kinetic Kitchen – the central production kitchen with research and development (R&D) capabilities.
  • K2 – a private dining room where only VVIPs and special guests can partake in bespoke meals.
  • one77° – A bistro café showcasing fusion Singaporean cuisine.

All three concepts are tied together by a cooking philosophy which combines culinary arts with technology.

With food being a central and universal point of communication, these updates promise to revolutionise event banqueting and catering, and cement Singapore EXPO & MAX Atria as a leading MICE destination globally.

The transformation of Singapore EXPO & MAX Atria’s F&B offerings will embrace and infuse a cooking approach that sees the confluence of culinary arts and the science of food. With all data uploaded to a cloud, this focus on technology and accountability ensures fluidity and continuity of operations, as well as consistency of quality across all events at the venue.

These innovations are being implemented in the Kinetic Kitchen, K2 and one77°.

Kinetic Kitchen

Kinetic Kitchen, the central production kitchen with R&D capabilities, is primed to be the ‘nerve centre’ of Singapore EXPO & MAX Atria. On top of taking the lead to collaborate and deliver on large-scale, complex F&B programmes with award-winning caterers, the central kitchen also works with local suppliers for a truly sustainable ‘farm-to-table’ experience. They are also using innovating and efficient ideas such as grease recycling .


K2 is Singapore EXPO & MAX Atria’s private bespoke dining room reserved exclusively for VVIPs and special guests.

Featuring a ‘chef’s table’, K2 is where SingEx’s chefs and culinary specialists ensure the highest standards of F&B quality, presentation, delivery and innovation.

one77° bistro café

one77° bistro café is Situated conveniently at the doorsteps of the main events venue.

Continuing the ‘farm-to-table’ approach used at K2 and Kinetic Kitchen, visitors can enjoy delicious meals prepared with sustainable ingredients. This hip bistro café also marks the beginning of a refreshed and exciting F&B scene at Singapore EXPO & MAX Atria; enter F&B Colony, an urban food hall showcasing some of Singapore’s ‘hawkerpreneurs’ and F&B concepts, which will open later in 2020.

Singapore EXPO & MAX Atria adopt a preventative approach to identify and prevent food-borne hazards and adhere to the international standard, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP).

All equipment and food preparation processes comply with HACCP regulations, with an in-house food hygiene officer working closely with external parties such as insurance companies and food safety committees to conduct periodic microbiology testing and other checks to ensure that the food quality is supported with food safety.

The food hygiene officer also works with the venue’s F&B partners to conduct periodic reviews and ensure alignment with food safety management systems.