Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 23:00
Sat - Sun: 10:00 - 23:00
This Swiss dining concept is styled around a traditional European marketplace, where diners order and collect their meals from the stalls they prefer. The restaurant is quirkily decorated with cows and other emblems of European country living, and the food runs the gamut from pastas to roasted pork knuckles to freshly made Swiss crepes.
Had a casual meeting with old colleague and suggested to patronise here. Now that I think back, I’ve been here twice and both times were to meet “long time no see friends”. Perhaps it’s due to the atmosphere that makes it a good spot for a casual gathering. Apparently, you can order whatever you want and they will just charge it to a temporary card, and after that you just pay for your card. Thus, ordered a bit of everything. The food tasted great! But personally I find the drinks a bit not worth the buck, unless you are going for the alcoholic drinks. But still recommended for the ambience and food though.
i always think that vivocity is a very nice place for us to visit especially after a long day at sentosa and you just have a big group of people. though it gets a bit crowded, you can go and get a table and do your own a la carte buffet where you can go around to choose your favourite food and the rosti has always been my favourite since when i was in girl guides in secondary school. this meal always leaves us with fond memories
Had one sort of reunion dinner with ex-colleagues. Environment was comfortable enough to accomodate 8-9 people for a dinner. They have varieties of food to choose from, however i assume everyone would try out their rosti as it is one of their popular selection for marche. The rosti is very filling, filled with shredded potato and sausages. My friends had ordered pork knuckle. The portion of their food was large , recommend to order and share among friends. Their restaurant does not have their own toilet , you will need to leave the restaurant to go to the toilet nearby, they will request for you to leave your identification.
Marche can get overly crowded during dinner time especially over the weekend. So, be sure to make your reservation if you are coming in a big group! How Marche works is that you are given a card upon arrival and you are supposed to let the individual store swipe this card (like credit card) and only pay when you exit. Mind that, if you leave for toilet break, the counter staff will ask for one of your items as a “ransom” Your watch, ID, or whatever they deem as personal. I do not like this style but since it is their process, hey just respect and you can enjoy your meal. I can see why Marche is famous because of the variety of stall that they serve. From seafood paella to steak to seafood. Name it and you get it!