Where to eat in Plaza Singapura
Located strategically at the intersection of three MRT lines, Plaza Singapura is a default option for when my friends and I can’t decide where to meet and eat. If you have the same problem as I do, here are 15 Plaza Singapura food places to save you the trouble of thinking about where to eat during your next meet up.
1. Slappy Cakes
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Hailing from Oregon, this is one of Slappy Cake‘s two outlets in Singapore. Offering an interactive dining experience, each table comes with griddles for you to draw your own pancakes. The process begins with a choice of Batter ($8.50++) that comes in 8 oz bottles and a free butter topping. Get creative with their selection of 19 Toppings (from $1.50++). If you are not into pancakes, they also serve up mains such as Slappy Classic Breakfast ($19.85++) that comes with breakfast classics such as bacon, egg, ham, and sausages.
Unit number: #03-02
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am to 10pm, Sat-Sun 9:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6738 7207
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Akimitsu offers value-for-money tempura dons, aka tendon. Boasting a long and rich history that stretches five generations, this family recipe is made affordable at Plaza Singapura. It is little wonder why there is always a long queue outside of the store. Try their Signature Tendon ($14.90++) which gets you a large variety of fried prawn, fish, egg, seaweed, and vegetable tempura.
Noodle lovers, don’t fret; there is also an option of Udon With Soft Shell Crab ($14.90++) that combines thick chewy noodles with savoury seafood. For the full Japanese experience, order a side of Tempura Maki ($5.90++), which features their signature tempura over sushi rice rolls.
Unit Number: #04-65
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6264 3390
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For those looking to get pampered even while standing in line, pay a visit to the ever-popular Haidilao. Known for their customer service and birthday celebrations, a visit here definitely makes for an enjoyable experience. Choose your choice of Soup Base ($24++) from favourites such as tomato hot pot or Sichuan spicy hot pot and go all out on their wide selection of sides such as their Handmade Meatballs ($11++) and Fish Roe Stuffed Beancurd ($3++ for 5 pieces).
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Unit Number: #04-01/20
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 6am
Tel: 6250 0330
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4. Tamoya Udon
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As its name suggests, award-winning Tamoya Udon specialises in udon. For their best-seller Sanuki Beef Onsen Egg Udon ($11.60+), the chef cracks a Japanese onsen egg over cooked slices of beef for the extra silkiness.
For lovers of pork broth, the Black Garlic Tonkotsu Udon ($11.20+) comes with black garlic sauce that is made in-house. Top up your dishes with a selection of Tempura (from $1+), that includes their standard sides like Shiitake Mushroom or Prawn Tempura.
Unit Number: #06-11/12
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:15am to 9:30pm. Fri-Sat 11:15am to 10pm
Tel: 6261 6182
5. Panko Pocket
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Come here if you are looking for a healthy alternative to curry buns made with premium ingredients. Panko Pockets are known for their curry pockets, with a light airy breaded crust that is not too oily.
For the spice-averse, check out their Shrimp Gratin ($3.30) that includes shrimps, mushrooms, and carrots, which leans sweet. If you love spice but not flavours of curry, check out their Chilli Crab & Shrimp ($3.30), which combines flavours of seafood into the crispy bun.
Unit Number: #B2-32
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6898 0390
6. Cô Chung
Started by a retired nurse, Cô Chung is the product of her aspirations to open an authentic Vietnamese restaurant. You can’t claim to be eating Vietnamese food without some Pho Beef Soup ($8.90+) that comes with a light yet not bland beef broth. If you are not a fan of noodles, they also have Com Tam ($9.85+) which features a unique egg meatloaf that contains meat and wood ear mushrooms.
Check out our Cô Chung review!
Unit Number: #B2-20
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 8876 8137
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7. Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice
Branching out from Bangkok, the award-winning Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice has one of its four local outlets in Plaza Singapura. A plate of their Chicken Rice ($4.50++), served similar to the way they do in Bangkok, contains poached chicken breast and slices of cucumber. There is also an option to top up to $5.50++ for chicken thigh. If you are on a higher budget, get the Deep Fried Sea Bass With Thai Chilli Sauce ($28++), served with a whole sea bass dressed in Thai-style sour and spicy flavours.
Check out our Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken review!
Unit Number: #03-24
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6339 5442
8. Five Guys
Five Guys opened its Singapore flagship store at Plaza Singapura in 2019, offering a range of their popular burgers. Chomp down on Bacon-Cheeseburger ($17) which features pieces of applewood bacon inside their classic Cheeseburger ($15). For those not looking for a burger, they also have a Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($8) that contains green pepper, American cheese, and mushrooms, that provides an array of flavours.
Finally, wash down your meal with a Five Guys Shake ($10). An order allows for any number of free mix-ins. These include peanut butter, coffee and bacon among many others.
Check out our Five Guys review!
Unit Number: #01-32/33/34C/35
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6976 4385
9. CoCoICHIBANYA Singapore
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CoCoICHIBANYA is known for their Japanese-style curry. Try their Pork Cutlet Omelette Rice ($16.90++) which contains a breaded pork cutlet that’s crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. The curry also comes with options of five levels of spice so you can challenge your friends to a spice tolerance showdown.
For lovers of noodles, they also have Thinly-Sliced Boiled Beef Curry Udon ($13.90++) which combines their trademark curry sauce with tender chewy udon. They also have a Kid’s Curry Set ($9++) that comes with a packet of Milo and jelly to appease the children.
Unit Number: #03-73
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6238 7359
10. Kai Sushi & Robatayaki
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Kai Sushi & Robatakyaki is an open concept restaurant that allows you to dine in a nice airy environment.
Their value-for-money lunch sets such as the Tori Karaage Set Menu ($9.80++) comes with sides of chawanmushi, salad, rice, and miso soup for a complete Japanese experience. Lovers of salmon also can add-on a side of Sashimi Slices ($5.80++ for four slices) to their meal. For those seeking an atas dining experience, they also have an Ootoro Don ($48++) featuring slices of the highly sought after fatty bluefin tuna over sushi rice.
Unit Number: #04-68
Opening hours: Sun-Fri 12am to 10pm, Sat 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6336 1480
11. Bizen Okayama Wagyu Steakhouse
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As an atas version of Astons, Bizen Okayama Wagyu Steakhouse serves up wagyu steaks from just $19.90+. With a wide range of over 10 cuts that range from secondary cuts like Rump Steak (19.90+) to choice parts like Tenderloin Steak ($33.90+), this steakhouse caters to all tastebuds and every budget.
For more affordable steaks, check out our guide to steaks under $30.
Unit Number: #N3-10
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6219 3463
12. Cajun On Wheels
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One of their two outlets in Singapore, the halal-certified Cajun On Wheels has up a Louisiana-style seafood concept. For a quick affordable seafood fix, try their Flexing Mussels Buckets ($26+) which feeds up to two. It contains 300g of blue mussels, 300g of white clams, three pieces of sweet corn, four pieces of baby potatoes, and your choice of sauce.
If you are going for a more Dancing Crab-esqe experience, they also have the Poseidon Bucket ($98+) which makes you feel like a king with their two 400g Sri Lankan crabs, 300g of prawns, 300g of blue mussels, and other carbohydrates.
Unit Number: #03-92
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6341 9665
13. Huoyanshaiziniu 火炎骰子牛
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If you are looking for a quick wagyu fix during your shopping spree in Plaza Singapura, Huoyanshaiziniu carries Wagyu Beef Cubes ($19.90 for 180g). These feature their trademark charred bite-size beef cubes. You can also make it into a meal with their Premium Wagyu Rice Box ($14.20) that serves the beef cubes on Japanese pearl rice.
Unit Number: #B2-49
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Serving up dishes with an American-Chinese slant, Lokkee gains brownie points for novelty. Catch a fiery show when you order their IG-worthy Flaming Pineapple Beef ($34++) which serves beef cubes marinated with pineapple curry, served inside an emptied out pineapple, then set on fire at your table. Or try their famed Truffle Beef Hor Fun ($68++), which combines the aroma of truffle with our ever so familiar local dish.
Unit Number: #03-01
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10pm
Tel: 6884 4566
15. Typhoon Cafe
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Claiming to bring “the taste of Taiwan” to you, Typhoon Cafe sells the IG-worthy Souffle Stack ($17++) that makes for the perfect jiggly IG boomerang.
If you are here for the authentic Taiwan experience, try the vingery Taiwanese Oyster Mee Sua ($14.90++), where the accompanying proteins such as pig intestine and oyster come crispy fried.
They also seek to incorporate local flavours in their menu with items such as Chendol Panna Cotta ($5.90++) that infuses our favourite gula melaka into a panna cotta.
Unit Number: #04-63/67
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6884 5423
Plaza Singapura food guide
With our guide on where to eat in Plaza Singapura, you rarely will be at a loss for where to dine in the mall.
For more places to eat in town, check our ION Orchard food guide or Orchard Central food guide.
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