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30 Best Food in Yishun Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best food in Yishun has to offer to satisfy your craving for something good and yet convenient? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of eateries in Yishun below.

618 Slim Carrot Cake

The carrot cake is white and this stall is well known for that. It is soft and fluffy to chew on the inside and there’s a turnip (cai po) which you can savour on too.

It is good for people who are fans of white carrot cake. Black carrot cake fans – sorry to disappoint but they are only available on Wednesdays only from 6.30am to 9.30am.

Address618 Yishun Ring Rd, Singapore 760618
Opening HoursMonday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Thursday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Friday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Saturday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Sunday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM

925 Yishun Chicken Rice

Set up for about 2 decades, this 925 Chicken Rice stall at Yishun is only within 20 minutes from Yishun MRT. The Boneless Chicken Rice is a sight for sore eyes and even President Tony Tan has visited this stall before too.

Succulent and delicate meats over a layer of soy sauce is what helps this chicken rice stall succeed with many visitors all day round.

AddressBlk 925 Yishun central 1 #01-249 S(760925)
Contact6924 7742
Opening Hours10:00 AM – 8:30 PM

Holy Cow Creamery

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The beguiling bistro is famous for its newly stirred frozen yogurt flavors like salted gula melaka or cookies and cream (pair them with the fresh crispy waffles!).

Holy Cow Creamery offers a wide scope of dessert and sorbet. The dessert tasted smooth and doesn’t liquefy excessively quick. The best part is the waffles that has a crispy edges and soft fluff within. It is probably the best one I have without the soaked quality nor boring surface.

Address292 Yishun Street 22, #01-291, Singapore 760292
Opening HoursMonday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 11:30 AM – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 11:30 AM – 11:00 PM
Sunday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM

928 Yishun Laksa


This stall’s laksa served is brimming with all your preferred ingredients, for example, bean sprouts, tau pok, crab sticks, cockles all cooked in a smooth and fragrant laksa soup.

Address928 Yishun Central 1, #01-155, Singapore 760928
Contact9731 9586
Opening Hours8:30am–6pm; Closed on Sundays

Chong Pang Nasi Lemak

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Great crispy chicken wings with the fluffy and soft coconut laced rice to munch on. This is one of the legendary nasi lemak of the north, whereby even people from other parts of Singapore queue for it.

Address447 Sembawang Rd, Singapore 758404
Contact9655 1868
Opening Hours5pm–6:30am

Ah Tan Wings


If you only want chicken wings, instead of nasi lemak, then go for Ah Tan Wings. They are crispy and juicy enough to chew on.

A plate of this accompanies rice, cucumber cuts, an impeccably singed egg and 3 brilliant earthy colored Har Cheong Gai.

The wings have great prawn paste flavour and it blends with the rice and egg.

AddressYishun Park Hawker Centre #01-40, 51 Yishun Ave 11, 768867
Opening Hours11am-8pm

3 Crab Delicacy Seafood Restaurant (Orchid Country Club)


Curry Crabs, Fried Tang Hoon Crabs, Drunken Cockles, Claypot Herbal Crocodile Paw, Clams with Special Sauce, and many more are things to try from this restaurant.

Various seafood dishes are being served here. Singaporean and Chinese Hokkien cuisine are their specialties with Hokkien noodles, bean curd, chicken and pork to offer on the table.

AddressOrchid Country Club
1 Orchid Club Road
#01-04 s(769 162)
Contact6484 3188
Opening Hours11:30am–2:30pm, 4:30–10pm

Heng Hua Restaurant

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Do you love zi char food? How about a more unique version of it – with authentic Putien food, Heng Hua Restaurant gives you great delicious dishes, such as Heng Hua Lor Mee, Chestnut trotters and Village Style Braised Pork Ribs.

Address748 Yishun Street 72, #01-212, Singapore 760748
Contact6757 1762
Opening Hours11am–11pm

Choo Chiang Roast Noodle House

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Juicy roasted duck and soft tender char siew meat rule the eatery here in Yishun with Choo Chiang. But what further enhances the quality is the springy noodle that is filled with gravy to give a good salty taste that satisfies Yishun residents’ tastes.

Address101 Yishun Ave 5, Singapore 760101
Contact6759 0414
Opening Hours9am–10pm

Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon

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For Chinese eaters, normally when you take breakfast in the morning, sometimes you come across economical bee hoon. 

Yes, you have it with eggs but what fancies eaters is its chicken wings from Hup Lee. They are tender and deep fried to the perfect bite.

Address101 Yishun Ave 5, Singapore 760101
Opening Hours24 hours

Bei Sheng Seafood

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Bei Sheng offers the best flavours of Thailand from this restaurant. You can get the best out of it from favourite dishes, such as the pineapple fried rice, tom yam soup and the deep fried sweet and sour fish. Overall, the dishes here are very value for money.

Address701A Yishun Ave 5, #01-01, Singapore 761701
Opening HoursSunday 11:15am–1:45pm, 5:15–9:30pm
Monday 11:15am–1:45pm, 5:15–9:30pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 11:15am–1:45pm, 5:15–9:30pm
Thursday 11:15am–1:45pm, 5:15–9:30pm
Friday 11:15am–1:45pm, 5:15–9:30pm
Saturday 11:15am–1:45pm, 5:15–9:30pm

Lit Lit Xin Cold And Hot Dessert

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Lit Lit Xin can serve you hot, cold and sweet local desserts for you to savour after a good hot meal at 928 Yishun. With a long queue always, this stall is a very popular dessert haunt for diners in Yishun. The most popular on offer is the Chendol. It is complete with ice, coconut milk, attap seeds, green jelly and red beans.

Address928 Yishun Central 1, #01-157, Singapore 760928
Contact8310 6919
Opening HoursSunday 10am–7:30pm
Monday 10am–7:30pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10am–7:30pm
Thursday 10am–7:30pm
Friday 10am–7:30pm
Saturday 10am–7:30pm

Pin Si Restaurant

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Pin Si Restaurant is well known for its simplicity in its cuisine. Offering Chinese cuisine mainly, Pin Si is Halal certified and makes food that suits the mass market pretty well. If you do not mind the 1980s design with a good view of the surroundings, you can try out this place.

Dim Sum is the most sought after in this eatery. As the restaurant is Halal, no pork is served. However, the dim sum dishes are still great. A great dish to taste is the Congee Chicken & Century Egg. Priced at only $4, the porridge is comfortably warm, sticky and thick with sweetness emanating from the chicken shreds and century egg slices. Even better taste comes from the crispy crackers that give the eaters good crunches to balance the whole texture of the food.

Address60 Yishun Ave 4, #02-01
Yishun Safra Country Club
Singapore 769027
Contact6852 8933
Opening HoursMON to SAT:
– 11:00am-2:30pm (last order 2.00pm)
– 6:00pm-10:30pm (last order 9:30pm)
– 10:00am-2:30pm (last order 2.00pm)
– 6:00pm-10:30pm (last order 9:30pm)

Doughway Bakery

A cafe of choice for hanging out. Doughwory sounds like “don’t worry” indeed. Yes, it really means it indeed! Do you like to chill with some coffee plus waffles? Are you sick and tired of many other outlets and want to try somewhere different? Well, then this bakery cafe is the destination you should go to.

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From first impressions, Coba is another food court or coffeeshop. But it adds to the vibrancy to the whole eatery with a very hippy outlook. The name “coba” is derived from the Indonesian phrase “coba coba” meaning to try try food that is unfamiliar to you.

The good food are the nasi padang and nasi lemak. These are in addition to the usual breakfast sets with toasts and eggs. People from all ages do like to patronise and dine at this cafe. Try it out here.
Address156 Yishun Street 11, #01-106, Singapore 760156
Contact6382 2622
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Arnold’s Fried Chicken

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Absolutely delicious juicy fried chicken – this outlet can be found at level 1 of Golden Village Yishun 10 building. It would be good for movie goers to have a dine in at this restaurant before their show starts. Their fried chicken is different from any other fried chicken you know because they are succulent on the inside and crispy on the outside.

AddressYishun Central 1, 10 Cinema Cineplex, 51, 01-04, Singapore 768794
Contact6757 7732
Opening Hours11am–10pm

632 Yishun Wanton Noodles

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A very reputable wanton mee at the core of Yishun, this stall serves wanton mee that is more suitable for breakfast eaters. To illustrate this point, even though it is opened daily at 6am, the noodles are often sold out by 10am.

At only $2.50, you can get a sizeable portion of wanton mee. The wanton dumplings are also irresistibly good as they are juicy with your bites. You can add more black sauce and chilli if you desire that extra fulfilling taste.

Address632 Yishun Street 61, Singapore 760632
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Do you love to make your own burgers, with the restaurant’s own ingredients? This means you DIY your burger. BurgerUp can enable you to do so.

BurgerUp received so much raving attention on social media when it first set up in Yishun. The burgers can be customised with char-grilled patties and many side add-ons to make them extra delicious.

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Chuan Kee Braised Duck Rice

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Located at Chong Pang Food Centre, Chuan Kee sells duck rice plates to built up queues during lunch hours. The dish is often filled with a ton of braised sauce and the sauce flavour is accompanied by the flavour of the duck braised to make the dish all tasty. There is an original branch in Ghim Moh actually, but this one is way better!

Address104 Yishun Ring Rd, Singapore 760104
Opening Hours
Sunday 10am–8pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10am–8pm
Wednesday 10am–8pm
Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday 10am–8pm
Saturday 10am–8pm

Hojiak Black & White Rojak

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Hojiak is called delicious in Hokkien language. In the Khatib neighbourhood, residents truly enjoy this rojak that is served with crisp tofu, dough fritters, crunchy cucumber and turnip slices filled with diced peanuts. There is also a healthier version served with sour plum sauce.

Address846 Yishun Ring Rd, Singapore 760846
Opening HoursSunday 1:30–9pm
Monday 1:30–9pm
Tuesday 1:30–9pm
Wednesday 1:30–9pm
Thursday 1:30–9pm
Friday 1:30–9pm
Saturday 1:30–10pm

Zi Zai Vegetarian

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Since 2008, Zi Zai has been serving good local cuisine to Yishun residents. There is a delicious collection of recipes comfortable for the vegetarian diners. Located only a few minutes away from Yishun MRT, Zi Zai prepares some of the healthier dishes at affordable prices, using some of the finest of ingredients to bring out a good flavourful balance in the food. Good dishes to recommend are the Vegetarian Fishballs and White Cabbage. A signature dish is the crispy yam ring that has lots of yam, cereal prawns which are vegetarian and meat free and claypot tofus.

Address236 Yishun Ring Rd, Singapore 760236
Contact6640 3346
Opening Hours8am–9:30pm

The French Table

Do you want to savour something French? Yishun has this French cuisine that can make you eat till you drop. Get indulged in French fare such as the Duck Confit and Roasted Chicken from this restaurant.

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Shami Banana Leaf Delights

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This popular Indian food stall at the food court in Northpoint Shopping Centre can draw crazy queues during peak hours. The nasi briyani with good tasty meat and fragrant briyani rice is the signature dish of the stall.

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Ramen Eki

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A good find at Wisteria Mall – Ramen Eki serves ramen bowls of various soup broths, like miso, shoyu and tonkotsu, with choice of chicken and pork char siew. You can add on some ingredients to make the ramen taste better. A good dish is the Tonkotsu Ramen with a flavourful broth, thin noodles and soft meat slices which are thin and chewy to bite. And the best part overall – the prices are affordable.

Address598 Yishun Ring Rd, Wisteria Mall, Singapore 768698
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Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang

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This nasi lemak is an Indonesian dish that is favourable for the spicy food lovers.It comprises fresh chilli, belachan and tamarind juice and even grilled chicken thighs. The resultant flavours are sweet and juicy chicken with smoky flesh, made even tastier with the fragrant coconut rice and the sweet sauce. Overall, it is still a very affordable dish for the price you pay.

Address51 Yishun Ave 11, #01-33, Singapore 768867
Contact8750 5240
Opening HoursSunday 7:30am–4:30pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday 7:30am–4pm
Wednesday 7:30am–4pm
Thursday 7:30am–4pm
Friday 7:30am–4pm
Saturday 7:30am–6:30pm

Xiang Xiang Fishball Noodles

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Xiang Xiang can be found in Chong Pang Food Centre and this was said to have come from the old kampung days of Nee Soon long ago. What is good about Xiang Xiang is their fish balls which are large and springy, and made with ikan parang. The dry spicy version is the more popular one with chilli paste, soy sauce and lard in it. But what further adds to the whole taste altogether comes from the chye por.

Address104 Yishun Ring Rd, #01-177, Singapore 760104
Opening HoursSunday 6am–4pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday 6am–4pm
Wednesday 6am–4pm
Thursday 6am–4pm
Friday 6am–4pm
Saturday 6am–4pm


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Authentic and comforting Italian fare is served in this restaurant. Do expect risottos with premium ingredients like foie gras and truffle. A pasta that is recommended is the Manzo. It comes with beef in truffle cream sauce. Another pasta dish that you should try is the Mentaiko Pasta, a creamy taglioni that comes with mentaiko chubu.

Address598 Yishun Ring Road, #01-37/38,
Wisteria Mall, Singapore 768698
Contact+65 8826 1919
Opening HoursMon to Fri: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 12pm – 10pm

Nakhon Kitchen

Nakhon Kitchen is a Thai restaurant chain with outlets located in various parts of Singapore. But this outlet at Yishun is very well received, with good crowd for lunch and dinner daily. Yet, the food is still comfortably affordable. This is really a good treat for Yishun heartlanders who want something out of the norm at times.

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Hai Xian Zhu Zhou

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Do you love ke kou mian? What if you can get one through a simple ordering process? You can choose your preferred soup broth – pork, tom yum, spicy or seafood.

Besides the ke kou mian or instant noodles, there are also other noodle options such as sheng mian, ee mee or mee sua. The Pork and Tom Yum Koka Noodles are of great interests here. With an egg, the pork koka noodles have not so salty soup broth. You will feel the full taste with the minced meat, sliced pork and vegetables as the ingredients in the content.

Address233 Yishun Street 21, Singapore 760233
Opening HoursSunday 6am–3:30pm
Monday 6am–3:30pm
Tuesday 6am–3:30pm
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 6am–3:30pm
Friday 6am–3:30pm
Saturday 6am–3:30pm

Jing Ma Che (HK) Roasted Porridge Noodle House

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This is another paradise for roast meat delights. There are thick cuts of roast meat atop steaming rice that is so fragrant. On weekend mornings, do watch out especially for the porridge and be sure to eat it not without its flavourful sauce that makes people savour well.

Address101 Yishun Ave 5, Singapore 760101
Opening Hours7:30am–8pm

Have you tried any of the Yishun eateries 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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