Margaret Market is a new boutique marketplace located at 139 Margaret Drive. It is the first-of-its-kind conservation market in Singapore, and it features a mix of local brands, home bakers, and relocated old trades.
Margaret Market is not just a place to satisfy your culinary cravings; it’s a welcoming family-friendly environment where you can immerse yourself in a communal dining experience while savoring a variety of delectable dishes and beverages.
Let’s take a look at the vendors available.
Level 1 – A Showcase of Local Artisans
On the ground floor, Margaret Market is a vibrant hub of creativity and flavors. Here’s a glimpse of some of the vendors you’ll encounter:
- Urban Folks: Dive into DIY acai bowls and indulge in Australian-inspired “jaffles” (toasted sandwiches).
- The Homme Baker: Satisfy your sweet tooth with artisanal cakes crafted with love.
- 口口香鸡饭汤 – Kou Kou Xiang Ji Tang Fan: Delight in dishes infused with medicinal properties that promote well-being.
- Bowen’s Italian: Experience Western culinary delights in a cozy café setting.
- Cu. Ra. Te: Fresh fruits and vegetables sourced from local suppliers.
- Creamier: Savor artisanal ice cream with innovative flavors.
- WaWa Lala Bee Hoon: Discover dishes featuring the delectable “lala” clams.
- eMart24: Explore a Korean convenience shop with a wide range of products.
- Margie: Enjoy craft beers and local tacos at this bistro bar.
Level 2 – Promoting Wellness
On the second level, Margaret Market’s Health Verandah is dedicated to nurturing both physical and mental well-being. Here are some of the facilities you can find:
- Ya Kun Kaya Toast: Relish traditional Singaporean breakfast items like kaya toast.
- Fung Onn Medical Store: Explore Chinese medicine and holistic health solutions. They relocated from Tanglin Halt.
- Gymm Boxx: Access a 24-hour open-space gym to maintain your fitness regimen.
- Behesda Medical: Access medical services and expertise.
- WeCut: Pamper yourself with a visit to the hair salon.
The next time you are around Commonwealth or Queenstown, drop by the new Margaret Market to grab a bite to eat or drink and learn more about Singapore’s culture and heritage. The market is open from 10am to 10pm daily.