30 Best Food in Punggol Worth Queuing for
Looking for the best food in Punggol has to offer to satisfy your craving for somewhere convenient in the Punggol area for good food? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of Punggol eateries below.
This is great for the best mood of seafood feast gathering, especially near the waterpoint. They are famous for the white bee hoon delicacies. One outstanding dish of the eatery is the Crab White Bee Hoon. This dish features authentic crabs all the way from Sri Lanka!
|Address||500 New Punggol Rd, #01-10 The Punggol Settlement, Singapore 828617|
Huang Hong Ji Porridge
Food need not be so greasy or fried to enjoy. Or no need so much chilli. Go for something more hale and hearty with Huang Hong Ji. The Signature Porridge costs $4 and this is simply a good affordable price for a dish like this nowadays! But yes, they do add crispy pork to the porridge to give eaters a good dining experience.
|Address||Blk 269A Punggol Field, #01-197, 822269|
|Opening Hours||7am-3pm, 5-8pm on weekdays7am-3pm on weekends|
For great Korean fried chicken wings and bingsu, Seoul Good has it all for small Korean food. Though not much on hot stew or BBQ type of heavy Korean cuisine, this is certainly a great hangout to chill down for a good social feast. The Myeongdong Chicken Balls With Rice are the great munchy snacks. The Oreo With Ice Cream Milk Nase Bingsu contains mountain-shaped shavings crowned with milk, Oreo crumbs, banana slices, a chocolate ice cream scoop and an Oreo biscuit. So Yummy! So Good! Or I should say it’s Seoul Good!
|Address||50 Punggol East #01-K36 Punggol, Singapore 828826|
|Opening Hours||3:00 PM – 10:00 PM|
Big Brother restaurant come here at Marina Country Club where you can enjoy the sea view and the look at beautiful yachts parked along the pier. But essentially, besides appreciating the wind of the sea breeze here, you can enjoy good seafood from Dai Lou’s Money Bag which features clams, prawns and crab meat and others all mixed with black pepper. If you beg to differ, there’s the lok lok option too.
|Address||#01-0R, Marina Country Club, 11 Northshore Dr, 828670|
Lau Wang Claypot Delights
Great food like the Signature Sesame Chicken Claypot and the Sambal Seafood Claypot dishes – you can slowly eat the meat and hot broth to your own heart’s content. And taste the juicy black chicken meat and sweet chilli seafood. Very worth it as it is cheaper than most usual zi char out there.
|Address||Oasis Terraces Mall|
681 Punggol Drive #01-15
|Opening Hours||11.00AM – 9.45PM|
218 Centre Hokkien Mee
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Yeah Hokkien Mee! Punggol’s smoking hot Hokkien Mee uses tradtional ingredients cooked the old fashioned way, that’s why it tastes good. This stall has been over 50 years old. The cook uses a strong wok hei to cook the Hokkien Mee and the temperature of the cooking is being moderated so that it won’t become chao tah (burnt) with carbon parts. The prawns used are fresh. The eggs are fluffy and give the taste simply tantalising and mouth watering! Pig skins, pork ribs and pork belly slices are also used as ingredients in the Hokkien Mee.
|Address||Sumang Walk, Blk 218, Singapore 820218|
Tandoor Lounge offers the absolute best valid Tandoor in Singapore that is appropriate for loved ones social affair. Arranged utilizing just the freshest and most heavenly food, each dish in the menu will undoubtedly fulfill your taste buds.
The food is authentic Desi food from India or Pakistan. It’s extraordinary to sit and unwind along the waterway.
|Address||500 New Punggol Rd, #02-11 The Punggol Settlement, Singapore 828617|
|Contact||+65 6909 9353|
|Opening Hours||Sunday 12–2:30pm, 5:30–10:30pm|
Tuesday 12–2:30pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Wednesday 12–2:30pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Thursday 12–2:30pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Friday 12–2:30pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Saturday 12–2:30pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Trunk At Bay
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Another eatery at Punggol Settlement – this time for great Thai cuisine. The Pandan Chicken, the Phad Thai, Tomyum soup, Green curry, Mango Sticky Rice and many other Thai food are what make this restaurant tick certainly. It’s a good place to chill with spicy Thai food while viewing the waves of the sea and enjoying the sea breeze blowing to your face.
|Address||3 Punggol Point Road, The Punggol Settlement, #02-06 Singapore 828694|
|Contact||+65 6702 7072|
|Opening Hours||Monday to Thursday 5.00pm to 12.00am|
Friday 5.00pm to 1.00am
Saturday 12.00pm to 2.30pm; 5.00pm to 1.00am
Sunday 12.00pm to 2.30pm; 5.00pm to 12.00am
Al Habib serves the best mutton briyani in Punggol. It has nice Indian Muslim food in general. Why they have good food is in the way they prepare their ingredients with good improvements to their natural flavours. Other good food here are the Hotdog Prata and the Nasi Goreng Seafood.
|Address||BLK 312A SUMANG LINK, #01-05 PUNGGOL PARCVISTA, SINGAPORE-821312.|
Tai Feng Wei
Punggol also has nice Taiwanese delicacies in its region. This stall called Tai Feng Wei draws fans of Taiwanese food from all over Punggol. One of the star dishes is the Fish Roe Egg Fried Rice. It has a great amount of fish served atop the pork chop. Waiting time can take long during peak hours.
|Address||322 Sumang Walk #01-01, S(820322)|
|Opening Hours||11:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
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At Gourmet Paradise in the Koufu food court, Roasted Delights beams with good tasty meat. The roasted pork has crispy top skin and good roasted duck with a very flavourful gravy.
|Address||681 #04-01, Punggol Dr, Oasis Terraces, 820681|
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Their claypot 3 cup chicken or san bei ji dish is the most famous one of the stall. It is cooked with 3 small cups of soy sauce, sesame oil, rice wine and some sugar. Overall, Ming Xiang is a zi char stall with a delightful variety of dishes. Other well cooked dishes from this stall include the Garlic La La, 3 Eggs Vege and the Dry Fry Crab.
|Address||Blk 218 Sumang Walk, #01-10, Singapore, 820218|
Yes! Nasi Kukus
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Nasi Kukus means steamed rice in Malay language. What is special about this food is that the origins of it come from Kelantan, Malaysia. So this steamed rice is cooked in the Kelantan fashion.
Soft and fluffy rice is made possible through placement of it in small separate aluminium bowls and then steamed in a huge container. Each rice set comes with a main dish of either chicken, fish, prawn, mutton or even sotong. Curry sauce, hard boiled egg, sambal chilli and achar accompany this dish to make the taste blend well together in Malay fashion. By the way, the chicken thigh is absolutely sedap!
|Address||273C Punggol Pl, Singapore 823273|
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Catch your favourite Hainanese Chicken Rice here at Rong Kee, located at Punggol Plaza. The Roasted Chicken Rice version is the preferred one with non oily chicken skin, fragrant rice and even the green ginger to add to the whole dish. The wanton noodle and the char siew meat are also hot favourites of this stall.
|Address||Blk 168 Punggol Field, #01-01 Punggol Plaza, Singapore 820168|
Tampopo is a Japanese restaurant that has been voted as the Best Japanese Restaurant in Singapore by AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards in 2016. It has been established since 2005. With a wide exquisite range of sashimi and ramen being offered, it uses freshest ingredients that are imported directly from Japan. One of the good food offered is the Kurobuta Special Dishes which consists of lots of pork rice.
|Address||681 Punggol Dr, #02-24/25 Oasis Terraces, Singapore 820681|
|Opening Hours||Sunday 11am–10pm|
Le Xiao Chu
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Punggol has another zi char stall in Sumang Walk. Le Xiao Chu has great crab and flower crab dishes in the Paper Wrap Seafood Treasure that includes other good treasures like Lala, mussels, prawns, slipper prawn and potato. Kids would certainly be delighted by the Fu Rong Egg. This restaurant is certainly a destination for all ages.
|Address||Sumang Walk, #01-01 Blk 322, Singapore 820322|
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Punggol has yet another zi char stall, this time in Punggol Field. But this stall specialises in crabs. You cannot miss their main specialty which is Sharkfin soup with Crab Meat. Other specialties include the Black Pepper Crab and the Salted Egg Crab.
|Address||108 Punggol Field, Singapore 820108|
Sing Yi Seafood Garden
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What more can you say as Punggol as the place for much zi char to offer? This restaurant sells good hor fun that is served in good dark gravy sauce with generous amounts of vegetables.
|Address||#01-01 Punggol Field, Block 168, Singapore 820168|
How about better food at Punggol Settlement? Inspirit House is a gastrobar that has dishes like Pork Loin Steak, served with fluffy mesh and caramelised apple sauce on a grilled baked pork. Another dish of interest on offer is the Truffle Chow Mein. It uses KL noodles that are doused in earthy spicy sauce.
Rise & Grind Coffee Co.
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How about a good cup of coffee different from local kopitiam, kopi outlets such as Ya Kun or barista style like Starbucks? Rise & Grind serves locally roasted coffee to help you tide through the afternoon with a variety of Western food like pizza and burgers. One of the good star main dishes is the Mushroom Chicken Chop that serves a juicy boneless chicken thigh, fries and salad.
|Address||681 Punggol Dr, #01-06 Oasis Terraces, Singapore 820681|
|Opening Hours||Sunday 9am–9pm|
Georges by the Bay
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Do you want a bistro made in Balinese style? As the name suggests, this bistro pub can help you have a breathtaking view of the Punggol waterfront. You and your family or friends can chill there over the weekend. The Guinness Beef Stew is a good English classic cuisine that is made of tenderly braised beef cubes with Guinness stout.
|Address||#02-12, 500 NewPunggol Rd, The Punggol Settlement, 828617|
|Opening Hours||Sunday 12–10:30pm|
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Punggol has amazing Japanese yakitori on its shores at Izakaya 95. Their Japanese BBQ is something that attracts revellers. Skewers are popular here with Chicken Skin Skewer and Chicken Meat Skewer options. Eat them and down with Japanese sake and beer to enjoy the night away.
Big Fish Small Fish
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Fried fish and chips with fish fillet pieces are made possible in this small eatery. The Fried Calamari supplies you fried crispy calamari rings while the Dory gives a big chunk of fish fillet and thinly cut potato crisps in a cone shaped paper. Cheese and salted egg can be explored with free flow of various sauces as well.
Lao Jiang Superior Soup
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At Oasis Terraces, you are able to enjoy comforting bowls of seafood soup that has origins in Malaysia. The main star dish is the Superior Ipoh Hor Fun which has 7 different kinds of ingredients that include the fish maws, grouper slices and abalone. Even at a seemingly higher price of $9.50, it is still worth trying.
Uncle Leong Seafood
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Located at Tebing Lane, Uncle Leong Seafood serves good chilli crab at reasonable prices. In fact, this seafood is one of the best seafood in Singapore. You should try this outlet for better seafood, especially its chilli crab.
Whisk & Paddle
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This little eatery overlooks the Punggol Reservoir. Whisk and Paddle is not only a water front place for good al fresco dining during brunch and dinner. It serves good brunch food such as Eggs Benedict and Waffle with Sea Salt Butter and Syrup.
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With affordable sushi, this sushi restaurant at Punggol Waterway Point draws lines of queues and crowds all day round, especially from the younger food diners. Their best selection is the Dai Man Zoku range of sushi. Other food you can consider are the Maguro Tataki and the Jumbo Ebi Fry.
|Address||83 Punggol Central, #02-23 Waterway Point, Singapore 828761|
|Opening Hours||Sunday 11am–9:30pm|
Shitamachi Tendon Akimitsu
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Tempura and tendon served from this Japanese restaurant are award winning and the best part is that this eatery has its origins from the motherland itself – Asakusa, Tokyo. Its Akimitsu Don’s tendon is one of the star dish that has deep fried goodies to whet your taste buds with great satisfaction.
|Address||Changi City Point, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, 486038|
Bangkok Street Mookata
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Punggol’s Thai food at Bangkok Street Mookata is worth the try with its authenticity that is attractive.With affordable prices, you will not feel that you have spent a lot if you are feasting very well there.
|Address||312A Sumang Link, Punggol ParcVista, #01-05, Singapore 821312|
|Opening Hours||8855 2929|
Boon Chiang Hainanese Chicken Rice
This iconic local dish of delicious chicken rice, though not the best in Singapore, is certainly a great haunt for chicken rice lovers living or working in Punggol looking for lunch food. Punggol chicken rice lovers are certainly spoilt for choice for this stall.
|Address||303B Punggol Central, Singapore 822303|
Have you tried any of the Punggol food establishments listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours?
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