Not just a mall, this architectural wonder also houses a Civic and Cultural Zone with a 5,000-seat auditorium called The Star Theatre that hosts performances, concerts and more within the upper levels. Below this lies a plethora of restaurants and shops, including cafés like Jamaica Blue, Owl Cafe and Pinocchio, as well as joints like Nene Chicken, Sofries, Shake a Treat! and -18C, which offer light bites for peckish visitors. If you're looking for something more substantial, there's Korean BBQ restaurant BORNGA, Boston Seafood Shack, District 10 Bar Tapas Restaurant, Colombian diner La Barra, ribs specialist Morganfield's and Wrap and Roll, among others. Besides dining offerings, there's also book shops, fashion outlets, homeware stores, hair salons and even Japanese supermarket J-Mart.