8 Things to Check out at the New Isetan Scotts Supermarket


If you frequent Isetan Scotts in the Orchard Road area, you would have been aware of the major refurbishments that have been taking place since July last year. Located at the basement, Isetan Scotts Supermarket has finally completed its makeover and with all 18,000 square feet fully reopened, customers are in for an amazing Japanese shopping experience.

Since Isetan landed in Singapore in 1999, it has become synonymous with high quality Japanese products and produce. Looking to continue the prestigious positioning, the new Isetan Supermarket at Scotts aims to reflect contemporary Japanese design, reaffirming its position as an authentic specialty store for Japanese groceries and cooked Japanese delicacies.

With three dine-in spots at the new supermarket, you’re going to be spoilt for choice. Take your pick from these authentic Japanese eateries. Here are some of the things you can look out for:


Take your pick from the wide range of Japanese bentos at WA-Dining, at affordable prices no less. A big box of Grilled Saba Bento costs only S$12. You can enjoy bentos – from Kaogoshima Wagyu to Hokkaido seafood – for a snappy yet satisfying delicatessen lunch. And guess what, instead of staring at your phone over lunch, watch the live food demonstrations by the chefs. Live food demonstrations always make the meal more exciting, to us.

Kaku-Uchi Sake Bar

The Sake bar changes its menu every fortnight and features different popular sake brands from prefectures all over Japan. Now it’s much more convenient for you to immerse in some Japanese culture after a long day of work. Just in case you need this piece of information, last order is at 9pm.

Chäteraisé Patisserie

With over 460 stores in Japan, the appeal of the pastries here speak for themselves the second you put one into your mouth. The Double Fantasy Cream Puff is a cold and surreal mix of high quality Hokkaido fresh cream and custard made from the custard eggs. Trust us, you’ll love it.

Matsuzo Potato

Another overseas first, Matsuzo Potato, founded in Kobe, Japan in 1949 prides itself on making their confectionaries purely using sweet potato without any flour. Sounds like magic to me. Tasted like it too.

Johan Paris Bakery

Originating from Ginza, Japan in 1983, all the breads here are handmade in the open kitchen in Isetan Scotts. Try the exclusive Yuzu bread (S$3), which is exclusive to Isetan Scotts Supermarket.

Yaoya Fruit Juice Bar

Craving for something fresh and healthy? Yaoya Fruit Juice Bar has got you covered. Choose from a wide variety of Japanese seasonal produce such as vegetables and fruits. Bestsellers include the Sweet Potato juice and Apple juice, with the latter perfect for a post-workout sip (or slurp).

The Kitchen Stage

The Kitchen Stage is a new initiative which encourages more customer interaction. There will be ongoing Japanese food demonstration and sampling for customers to learn how to cook their favourite Japanese dishes (with recipes printed so you can bring home to practise). The menu at the Kitchen Stage will change regularly to allow customers to experience new products.

The Event Stage

The permanent event stage area will host Isetan’s Japanese Fairs like the Hokkaido Fair, Kyushu Fair, and Okinawa Fair. During these fairs, Japanese suppliers will fly in from the land of the rising sun to bring customers the most authentic Japanese cuisine and products.

Isetan Scotts Supermarket
350 Orchard Road, Shaw House
Singapore 238868

Opening hours: Daily 11am – 9.30pm


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