Lepak One Corner by Yassin Kampung has mookata, dim sum and more in Yishun
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There’s a stylish new coffeeshop in the North, and it’s home to exciting dishes such as mookata, lok lok and more. That coffeeshop, documented in the viral TikTok above, is Lepak One Corner in Yishun.
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A mere five-minute walk from Canberra MRT Station, the coffeeshop is run by Yassin Kampung, a halal restaurant with a few outlets in Singapore. As such, all the food at Lepak One Corner is halal too.
There’s a great variety of dishes to choose from at Lepak One Corner. Lok lok here goes for just $1 a stick, and the more skewers you buy, the more free sticks you are entitled to.
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Aside from lok lok and mookata, there are a dozen or so Western dishes here, ranging from meat dishes to pasta. You can’t go wrong with the Grilled Chicken Chop ($10.90) or the Battered Fish & Chips ($11.90), and if you want to be a little adventurous, try the Grilled Masala Fish ($12.90). As for pasta, you’ve got options such as the Seafood Aglio Olio ($11.90), and the heartier Chicken Carbonara with Turkey Bacon Pasta ($11.90).
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There’s also a wide variety of halal dim sum to be had, too. These include Shiitake Chicken Siew Mai ($3.20), Supreme Har Kao ($4.50), Chicken Char Siew Bao ($2.70) and many more.
Other options here include fishball noodles, stingray, and Malay dishes. If you live in the North, make sure you check out this gem of a coffeshop.
Address: 1001 Yishun Industrial Park A, #01-1001, Singapore 768743
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 11pm
Lepak One Corner is a halal-certified eatery.