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Jurassic Nest: The Newest Dinosaur Themed Food Hall in Singapore

Starting November 18th 2022, Jurassic Nest has opened its doors to welcome the general public to eat in the company of 18 fearsome dinosaurs! With gorgeous animatronic dinosaurs all around you, it feels like a scene from Jurassic Park, but unlike the movie, you can take a selfie with a T-Rex without worrying about it biting you.

Jurassic Nest is the first restaurant of its sort in Singapore and the newest addition to Gardens by the Bay’s dining options. It is a family-friendly entertainment and lifestyle attraction in addition to a Michelin-rated and themed food hall. Every day, there are multi-sensory programming from 12 to 8 o’clock, so you can get a chance to see these dinosaurs come to life. The surrounding gardens are also explored via an educational walk that teaches you intriguing details about some of the earliest varieties of flora and fauna that date back to prehistoric times.

Wanna know the best part? Admission to the immersive shows is completely free!

You can catch the enormous T-rex, hiding beneath the magnificent waterfall, and the sly Oviraptor can be found hiding in the other waterfall’s shadow. Next to it is a spectacular Brachiosaurus that stands five metres tall and is sure to capture the attention of many. Fans of reptiles will also be happy to learn that there are 15 other static dinosaurs positioned throughout the building. These include images of the Parasaurolophus, Corythosaurus, Dilong Paradoxus, and Velociraptor.

You can expect to find Michelin-starred brands serving up a range of Asian cuisine, such as TookLae Dee, Mama by Putien Group, Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang, Hawker Chan, Tsuta, Bismillah Biryani, and JN Cafewhich. Also soon, Mama by Putien will reveal its new booth! Here, you can buy a meal for less than S$10; the cheapest thing on the menu costs S$8.80.

The Jurassic Nest Café, which is open every day from 8.30 am and is ideal if you’re visiting Gardens by the Bay early, sells toast and coffee in addition to other local and international menu items if you just want a quick snack before heading to the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome.

Animated Performances at the Jurassic Nest

Jurassic Nest is a landscape of 15 additional life-sized dinosaurs surrounding the animatronic T-rex, Brachiosaurus, and Oviraptor, which roar to life every hour! In two portions, three animatronic dinosaurs appear 18 times each day. Every hour from 12 to 8 p.m., the free show in Jurassic Nest brings the T-rex and Brachiosaurus to life. From 11.30 am to 7.30 pm, the animatronic Oviraptor, which can be found outside, comes to life about nine times a day. Children can explore a specially created educational trail at the Outdoor Gardens of Gardens by the Bay in search of plants and animals that have existed since prehistoric times in addition to learning about dinosaurs.

Jurassic Nest Opening Hours

Jurassic Nest Café- 7:30 am to 9:30 pm

Jurassic Nest Food Hall- 11:00 am to 9:30 pm

Dining at the Jurassic Nest Food Hall

Jurassic Nest Cafe

When you get all hungry, you can eventually begin to scavenge for food around the Jurassic Nest. There are many dining options that can satisfy a variety of palates starting from just $7.50 a course. With menu options like salads, pastas, sandwiches, waffles, and ice cream, the Jurassic Nest Café serves as the focal point of the culinary selection. It opens earlier than the other establishments to serve breakfast and has a dining area outside. A small storefront selling items linked to dinosaurs is also located within.

Tsuta

Chef Yuki Onishi’s ambitious goal to develop really distinct flavours while reinventing the traditional ramen experience, without any artificial ingredients or MSG, is what inspired him to produce the first Michelin-starred ramen in the history of the world.

Hawker Chan

The first hawker in history to receive a Michelin star, Hawker Chan, is a modest hawker stall owner and an award-winning chef with more than 30 years of experience! He offers soy sauce chicken, rice, noodles, and other seasonal treats. 

Bismillah Briyani

The only biryani in the world to receive a Michelin award is served at the heritage restaurant Bismillah Biryani, which has won the Michelin Bib Gourmand six times!

Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang

A Muslim-owned nasi lemak company from Indonesia that appeared in the Michelin Guide in 2021 and 2022 offers some delectable nasi lemak.

…and many more!

Jurassic Encounters at the Park

What led to the extinction of dinosaurs? Was the climate significantly changed by volcanic eruptions or was it a meteor striking the Earth? The past is clearly teaching us important lessons about the implications of significant climate change, even though scientists can’t seem to agree on anything.

Visit the Jurassic Nest and learn about the prehistoric plants, including ferns, cycads, and spike-mosses, plus two fish species with ancient ancestry and understand why their continued existence — and ours! — is under threat.

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