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Robertson Walk

Robertson Walk

Commercial Building Details

Introduction of Robertson Walk

Robertson Walk is a commercial area in the midst of Robertson Quay. It is situated at 11 Unity Street 21 S237995, in prime district 09. It is a unique area filled with restaurants, pubs and F&B outlets facing the waterfront of Singapore River. It resembles a Mediterranean Town square and allows diners to enjoy the perfect romantic ambience. Besides dining options, there are also educational providers here to provide extra-curriculum activities and enrichment programmes for school going children. Robertson Walk is owned by Frasers Centrepoint Malls.

There are also many prestigious and luxurious waterfront condominiums at Robertson Quay right next to the Robertson Walk as well. Robertson walk is open from 11am to 1am daily. The contact number is 6834 2465.



Parking rates

MON-FRI 6am - 6pm: First hour or part thereof – $1.50

Every subsequent half hour or part thereof – $0.50

MON-FRI 6pm - 6am: $3 per entry

SAT: Charges same as weekdays

SUN / PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 6am-6am: $3 per entry

Commercial Building Location

Robertson Quay is closest to Dhoby Ghuat Mrt station which is about 0.69 km away. Other nearby MRT stations are Clark Quay and Chinatown stations. There are also several bus services available here. For vehicle owners, you should exit 27 on PIE and Exit 11 on AYE. If you are driving from here to the Central Business District will take you about 10 minutes. Major expressways such as CTE allow drivers easy access to any part of Singapore.

Alkaff bridge

Alkaff bridge

Amenities around

Malls: Nearby mega malls like UE Shopping Mall, Liang Court, Riverside Point, Central, OG Building, Park Mall and Chinatown Point as well as many more others which have a myriad of amenities like eateries, retail shops, supermarkets and banks. There are also nearby restaurants along Robertson Quay, River Valley Road and Mohammed Sultan Road.

Night entertainment: If you are a party goer, you can head down to Singapore’s number 1 entertainment area around Mohammed Sultan, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay to party all night long.

Supermarkets: The nearest supermarkets are Cold Storage Supermarket at UE Squar, Sheng Siong Supermarket at 52 Chin Swee Road, NTUC Fairprice at Orchard Grand Court and Carrefour Supermarket at Plaza Singapura.

Healthcare: For medical consult, you can head to the nearby General Practitioner Clinics, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore National Eye Centre, National Heart Centre and National Cancer Centre in the area to provide specialist healthcare services for the residents.

Education: The nearby educational institution around are River Valley Primary School, Zhang De Primary School, St Magaret’s Primary School, Gan Eng Seng School, Outram Secondary school and Singapore Management University.

Recreational facilities: There are many recreational facilities around Singapore Fort Canning Park, Singapore Cricket Club, Singapore River and Kim Seng and Kreta Ayer Community Centre.

Places of worship: These include Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka Mosque at 10 Keng Chow Street, Hong San See Temple at 29 Mohammed Sultan Road, The Singapore Budhist Lodge at 17 Kim Yam Road, Sri Mariamman Temple at 244 South Bridge Road and Church of the Sacred Heart at 111 Tank Road.

Hotels around here include The Gallery Hotel, Furama City Centre Singapore, Park Hotel Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay Hotel and Carlton Hotel Singapore.

Robertson walk

Robertson walk


Robertson Walk is definitely a highly sought after commercial business place due to its strategic location in the downtown area and the myriad of facilities in-house and nearby. Prestigious residential apartments located around this area like Robertson Blue, The Wharf Residence, UP @ Robertson Quay and Watermark at Robertson Quay. For more details, please contact the relevant personnel.



Robertson Quay and Robertson Walk definitely a fabulous place for foodies

Do you live or work or just a visitor to this vibrant Robertson Quay? You are in for a good treat because over here, there are a lot of delicacies and tip-top cuisines for you to choose from. The mouth savoring dishes from all the well-known restaurants lining up Robertson Quay andRobertson Walk will definitely spoil your stomach and trigger all your taste buds. Let us tell you what is good around here to suit your daily cravings and brighten up your day with a delicious sumptuous meal.

1.Dessert lovers should try the tiny cake shop called “All Good Things” at 7 Rodyk Street. “Canele Patisserie” owned by Les Amis group located at 11 Unity Street is filled with a large variety of desserts for you to choose from. For chocolate lovers, a definite must try place is “Laurent’s Bernard Chocolatier” at 80 Mohammed Sultan Road. Craving for crepes? Then you must try it at “Sugarica Sweet & Savoury” at 7 Rodyk Street.

2.Japanese cuisine lovers should try out “Aburiya” at 60 Robertson Quay which is famouse for its wagyu beef as well as the bentos at “Sugisawa Japanese Restaurant” at30 Robertson Quay. Another Japanese restaurant “Bon Gout” at 60 Robertson Quay offers mouth-watering brunch menus as well as other Japanese delicacies. Want some Japanese noodles to savor your stomach? Try out “Menya Shinchan Japanese Noodle Restaurant” at 30 Robertson Quay or “Sapporo Ramen Miharu” at The Gallery Hotel.

3.German food lovers should try “Bacchus Bistro & Bar” at 86 Robertson Quay whose signature dishes include Pork knuckles, Chicken Schnitzel and Uk Fish & Chips.

4.The best pizza in town has got to be at “Bella Pizza” at 30 Robertson Quay. “Bella Pasta” has the best Italian pastas. Another pizza outlet that you can try out is “Da Mario Pizzeria” located at 60 Robertson Quay. For more Italian food, you can go to “Limoncello Italian Pizza & Grill” at 95 Robertson Quay.

5.There is also a down under restaurant here “Boomerang Bistro” at 60 Robertson Quay which serves authentic Australian food.

6.A famous French bistro, Brassiere Wolf, serves delicious French food such as the must try Beef Bourguignon. It is located at 80 Mohammed Sultan Road. Another French restaurant worth trying is “Les Bouchons Rive Gauche” at 41 Robertson Quay.

7.One of the few Belgian restaurants, Brussels Sprouts, is located at 80 Mohammed Sultan Road.

8.Thai Food lovers can try the dishes at Café Sapunsa Thai Cuisine located 30 Robertson Quay. Another Thai restaurant worth trying is “Kha” at 38 Martin Road.

9.If you are in for some Turkish food, you can head down to Cappadocia Café Restaurant located at 11 Unity Street.

10.Sudden craving for Spanish food? Head down to the “Foodbar DaDa” at 60 Robertson Quay for some authentic Spanish food.

11 If you like to have some spicy Indian food, you can try out “Queen’s Tandoor” at 11 Unity Street.

12.Seafood lovers are in for a big feast if they go to the “Red House Seafood Restaurant” at 60 Robertson Quay.

13.Want some Dim Sum for brunch? Then you must try out the dim sums at “Stacked Dim Sum Bar” at 60 Robertson Quay. Another Chinese restaurant is “Royal Tien Xiang Restaurant” at 11 Unity Street.

14.Need some caffeine to freshen up? Then you must try the “Smitten Coffee Tea Bar” at 60 Robertson Quay as well as “Toby’s Estate” a famous coffee chain from Australia.

15.Wine and cheese lovers should try out “Wine Connection Deli & Bistro” at 11 Unity Street.

Did You Know?

1.In the past Singapore River is filled with twakow ands and tongkangs which means bumboats in hokkien and malay respectively. Boat Quay Food Centre which was built in 1973 was a famous eatery place facing this busy river. This food centre accommodated many street hawkers along Hallpike street named after Stephen Hallpike who was an English Blacksmith. Then in 1983, Mrt construction started and the Boat Quay Food Centre was shifted to a temporary Empress Place Transit Food Centre just off the north part of Boat Quay. As URA developed the riverside area into a dining and entertainment centre, the Boat Quay Food Centre was finally demolished in the 1990s.

2.The Alkaff Bridge running across Singapore River is a significant feature due to its unique multi-color design. It is painted by the famous Filipino artist Pacita Abad back in 2004.

3.Singapore's earliest market is Telok Ayer Market which dated back to 1825 when it was just a wooden structure near the sea allowing unloading of goods. It was demolished in 1879 due to the reclamation at Telok Ayer Basin. It was rebuilt and designed with the octagonal structure by an architect called James Macritchie. It was conserved in 1973, but was demolished again to make way for MRT lines. Finally in 1991, it was rebuilt with the same octagonal structure and there after named Lau Pat Sat which means old market.

Alkaff Bridge

Alkaff Bridge