Where to eat? — The TRIBE by TEC Edition

TRIBE by TEC is The Executive Centre's first dedicated coworking space; housed in a historic conservation shophouse midst the CBD's skyscrapers, "a good vibe is of ultimate importance to the TRIBE". Hear more from them:

"With high-quality contemporary interior design in a shared communal setting, TRIBE by TEC provides a ready-to-use collaborative work environment for like-minded professionals. It is also an organised community where members are provided opportunities to network and interact with other business hopeful."

Conveniently located near, yet far away enough from, the hustle and bustle of Singapore's CBD, there's no worries on what to eat during your coworking experience!

Image credits: Daniel Food Diary

Image credits: Daniel Food Diary

1. DOJO

Don't eat beef but craving for a good burger? Dojo is the place to go for an all pork burgers joint, complete with yakitori and beers for your after work socialising. With a variety of burgers (all named quirkily and enticingly, because I sure want a Hadoken burger) with different ingredients and styles of preparation, you're sure to find something to satiate your burger craving. They also have a selection of Japanese rice bowls and sides

72 Circular Road
Singapore 049427
Opening hours: Mon to Sat 11:00 - 21:30

Image credits: Daniel Ang via Hungry Go Where

Image credits: Daniel Ang via Hungry Go Where

2. RAMEN BAR SUZUKI

If you're willing to queue for a good bowl of ramen, try Ramen Bar Suzuki along the same road for an authentic Japanese experience in a small, cosy ramen store. Not just a large variety of flavourful authentically traditional tonkotsu ramen with springy homemade noodles (basic white, red and black), they also have rice bowls (such as a tuna don!) and various Japanese sides for choice.

61 Circular Road #01-01
Singapore 049415
Opening hours: Mon - Sat 11:30 - 15:00, 17:30 - 00:00

Image credits: Sethlui

Image credits: Sethlui

3. AUSSIE ROLL

If you're looking for a little bit of a walk and get a budget-friendly yet satiating meal, try Aussie Roll 10 minutes down in Chevron House. Around $3 a roll with generous fillings (lobsters, salmon, avocados, king prawns.. Name it!), you're sure to find satisfaction in one (or a few) of the Australian-style sushi roll!

30 Raffles Place #B1-04A, Chevron House
Singapore 048622
Opening hours: Mon - Fri 8:00 - 19:00, closed on weekends and public holidays

Image credits: Exploding Belly

Image credits: Exploding Belly

 4. CHICK AND KEN

Craving for some Korean style chicken? Try Chick and Ken one road behind — opened by the Stateland Boys, with a mix of fusion fried chickens (the standard yangnyeom or a modern salted egg) and artisanal bingsu (your Korean-style ice kachang). There's also a set lunch for only $8.90 nett! 

21 Lorong Telok, Raffles Park
Singapore 049033
Opening hours: Mon - Sat 12:00 - 22:00, closed on Sundays

Image credits: Roll Up

Image credits: Roll Up

5. ROLL UP

A variety of kebab wraps in an unpretentious little joint as a quick lunch stop. There's a small but quality selection of wraps, ranging from fish, chicken and to lambs, so you won't be short of choices. As they say, "all (Roll Up's) rolls are made fresh, hand-rolled in a soft flour wrap with our in-house mint sauce, onion & lettuce". Salivating yet? 

76 Circular Road
Singapore 049430
Opening hours: Mon - Thur 12:00 - 23:00, Fri 12:00 - 1:00, Sat 17:30 - 1:00, closed on Sundays

And that's all from us today. Hungry yet? Book your TRIBE coworking experience, any time, any where, with our Workwander app. What's more, first time signups get $10 free credits!