Eat, Play, Work: A new boho escape for cranes has opened on Arab Street (pictured)

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Eat, play, or work in a new space on Arab Street that looks like it’s taken straight from a bohemian fantasy.

A social club that does everything from dining spots, coworking spaces, household goods retailers to event hubs, Crane is ready to preach conscious life and sustainability at its new branch on 148 Arab Street.

Like Robertson Quay’s flagship store, the new space of cranes lined up in the street shophouses is filled with boho chic décor on three narrow floors. On the ground floor, Arab Street Cantina serves Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine in an intimate dining area with stacked shelves of branded household items. Above the floor is a coworking space with multiple work tables, a table tennis table, and rows of chairs to suit every mood. Located in the tallest, cozy corner for less serious business, with skylights and a more comfortable sofa throughout the room.

There is no doubt that you don’t want to miss the unique collection of decorations of their Crane Living retail brand and the everyday kitchens and dishes on display on almost every wall you can find along the hallways and stairs.

The cuisine follows the concept from farms to dining tables in Asia, using fresh local ingredients, keeping the parts carefully to minimize waste, and the concept of “keeping the authenticity without spoiling the flavor”. It is based on. Their specialty is: Red Curry Shrimp Conchiglie (S $ 20) Made with shrimp, grilled greens, herbal salad, peanuts and burnt lime, served with conchiglie pasta.As for the side, they have Corn and curry leaf bajiya, tamarind, green chilies chutney (S $ 12), Another name for fried fritters, married to a sweet and spicy flavor.Dessert is sugary Rose, pistachio, orange almond cake (S $ 6)..

Limited space does not prevent brands from hosting workshops and events that promote conscious living, sustainability and overall health, while prioritizing collaboration with local businesses. Current events include wellness talks, arts and crafts fundraising, and open support groups for victims of fraud.

To work there and get discounted rates on food and events, the 1-day pass is S $ 22. Monthly membership plans start at S $ 99.

Crane, which also has a retail store selling household items and decorations in Tanglin, is expanding to open the JooChiat outlet next month.

find it
148 Arab Street
Open daily from 11am to 7pm

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Eat, Play, Work: A new boho escape for cranes has opened on Arab Street (pictured)

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