When you step into the cool surrounds of Picnic on Orchard Road in Singapore, your chakras will immediately align and you feel instantly calmer and more chill. This Orchard eatery serves up a diverse international food offering from thirteen different food trucks and stalls, and you can enjoy your meal in a flower conservatory or at tables on the lawn with glorious succulent plants and trees overhead. Whether you feel like some like some Mexican tacos, Italian pizzas and pastas, Korean bibimbap, Japanese sushi or just about anything else in between, we get the feeling that you’re going to be very fond of Picnic!
Nice cozy ambience. I like the burgers and pasta. Fries and onions rings were affordably priced. Has an area with a mini arcade and foozball table.
It provides a great environment for gathering. Foods are also very good quality and staffs are all very friendly and approachable. Definitely worth to recommend to all my friends.
Great place. Burger is the best, very juicy ang tasty. Got live music as well. Definitely will come back. But the payment mechanism is confusing.
Food was decent and fairly priced. Glad that I made a booking as there are a queeue when we arrived. Service was okay. Lovely place.
A hip mix concept self serve eating place not unlike Marche, with high prices to match. Expect per person wallet damage of $20 or more for a simple meal of mains and drink. I had the butayaki don with miso soup from the Japanese stall. Large tender pieces of grilled marinated pork was the draw; but with 30% of fat included - yes, pieces without meat! - it quickly became less enjoyable. Orchard Road isn't lacking in affordable dining venues, so I wouldn't be back at Picnic any time soon.
Picnic has multiple food kiosk, following an "upmarket food court" concept that's similar to Marche's. The selection isn't particularly diverse, and mostly everything is pricey (pushing $20, or more), so be prepared to spend. Being the thrifty sort I went for Mexican since it was the cheapest, and my Quesadillas (around $13 after GST) were delicious and of a decent portion - worth the price! I'd go back specifically for those Quesadillas. The decor is also very pretty with lots of artificial flowers and greenery.
Picnic is a beautiful place - one with a huge variety of food too. From Pizza to Pasta to Burgers, there's something for everyone here. Prices are on the high side and servings could be bigger, but I am sure to return!
Very new restaurant, similar concept Marche but with more high tech in term of food ordering. All diners are given an electronic device (with LCD display), similar to other restaurant that will beep or vibrate to notify you when the foods your ordered are ready for collection. Thus, you are able to make multiple orders at once. It also has more variety of foods. Taiwan beef noodles is highly recommended must try food. Taco from Daebak has very strong pork smell. We didn't really fancy it that much.
I ate the foie gras beef rice. The rice was still quite hard and the beef slices quite tough. My friend had the pizza and her crudt was soggy. They were having a lunch promotion but the digital menu was not clear neither did the staff inform me of their ongoing promotions. I did not know that their set meal included a free drink. The staff at the drink stall did not inform me either. Upon paying the bill, the machines all had variou faults. First machine i used only accepted card payment, sencond machine did not give a receipt. Overall experience, not happy with the food, service was ok only. Its a pity Omasake Burgers moved there. When they were on their own, service and overall experience was much better.
Picnic has a great ambience/ atmosphere. Long tables are catered for large groups making it perfect for group gatherings. If you are also looking for a nice backdrop for photos after dinner, you will definitely find it here!