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OUE Tower Singapore
Singapore

Adjoining OUE Bayfront, OUE Tower has a net lettable area of 11,800 sq ft spread over two levels. It is currently occupied by Tung Lok Group’s Tóng Lè Private Dining, offering Chinese fine dining. Complementing the luxurious dining ambience, a section of the restaurant is dedicated to a special collaboration with SHINJI By Kanesaka – a premium Japanese restaurant by Chef Shinji Kanesaka of the 2-Michelin-starred Sushi Kanesaka in Tokyo, Japan. This exclusive “restaurant-within-a-restaurant” concept allows diners to enjoy the best of both Chinese and Japanese cuisines, whilst enjoying the splendid waterfront views of the Marina Bay.

For more information, please refer to : http://www.oue.com.sg/our-entities/commercial

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Uploaded: 30/01/2014
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