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Oriental elements along the corridor.

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Private dining room.

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Dining hall with private spaces.

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A memory wall near the entrance of Spring Court.

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Popiah counter.

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Spring Court is Singapore’s oldest family run restaurant.

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A crystalline onyx-clad pillar, red carpet and more tables by the windows are part of Saint Pierre’s new look.

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A small window in the brass door allows diners a sneak peek into Saint Pierre.
THE DESIGN ISSUE

Designer Dining

Some of Singapore's stalwart restaurants get an updated look.
Mar 27, 2020 5:50 AM

RED HOUSE SEAFOOD

Grand Copthorne Waterfront, Level 2

When it first opened in 1976, Red House Seafood – one of Singapore’s oldest seafood restaurants – was literally named after the red-coloured house it occupied on Upper East Coast Road