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Top 10 Best Restaurants in Singpost Centre

SingPost Centre is a lifestyle destination serving the surrounding estates and offices. Besides housing the headquarters for SingPost, it has a supermarket, an eight-hall Cineplex by Golden Village, family entertainment outlets, shops, enrichment centres, and a plethora of food options. If you’re looking for food at SingPost Centre, look no further than the Top 10 Best Restaurants in SingPost Centre.

1. Koo Kee


Koo Kee is the first hybrid concept that merges the brands by Gao Ji Food under one roof. Koo Kee was conceptualised due to the diversity of brands and food offerings under the Gao Ji Food umbrella, which allows Gao Ji Food to leverage on the variety of its food offerings and up the ante in terms of customizing the food offerings to targeted customers. Koo Kee aims to re-define and deliver the best customer experience by combining the hallmark values of great food, great service and great value under one roof.

In Singapore, Koo Kee at Bukit Panjang Plaza is a quick service dining concept that is modelled with less than 1,200 sq ft. Located at the residential heartlands areas of Singapore, customers can indulge in our staple Yong Tow Foo Mee, Chee Cheong Fun and other delectable delights such as the Thai Style Fried Bean Curd and desserts at pocket-friendly prices.

Must-Try Signature Dishes:

  • Koo Kee Set Meal
  • Yong Tow Foo Chee Cheong Fun
  • Laksa Yong Tow Foo Chee Cheong Fun

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Address: 10 Eunos Road 8, #B1-126 Singapore Post Centre, 408600

Website: https://www.gaojifood.com/en/koo-kee-singapore

2. Chic-A-Boo Chicken Specialty

About: CHIC-A-BOO Chicken Specialty brings you mouthwatering fresh and tender fried chickens, sides, burgers and other bites at value-for-money bundle pricings.

CHIC-A-BOO is dedicated to serving you freshly-prepared, piping hot and delicious fried chicken, which is precisely why they insist on breading their chicken by hand and ensure that they are fried only upon order. CHIC-A-BOO is halal-certified and MUIS-accredited so that they do not exclude anyone enjoying their freshly-fried chicken and lip-smacking food.

Cosy up in their Southern country-themed restaurants and sink your teeth into their delectable, juicy and tender chicken – CHIC-A-BOO promise you will keep coming back for more!

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Address: 10 Eunos Road 8, #01-148, Singapore 408600

Website: https://chicaboo.com.sg/


3. Lau Wang Claypot

About: Lau Wang Claypot Delights started out at a small coffee-shop stall in Yishun and expanded to its own food shop in 2012 located in Serangoon Central Drive.

The claypot dishes are derived from a traditional recipe and concept method of preparation, by cooking almost all the dishes in each small claypot, thus ensuring that each dish is freshly cooked and also served piping hot to each customer and that the food would also stay warm up till the end of the meal.

Lau Wang Claypot has grown tremendously since its humble beginnings and is now a prominent food spot for the people in Serangoon and in Punggol which is the 2nd outlet opened in June 2018.

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Address: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #01-137/138, Singapore 408600

Website: https://www.lauwangclaypot.com/

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4. Jai Siam

About: Back in the 60’s, Mr. Swang opened a small restaurant in the bustling city of Bangkok, It was due to his passion in cooking that led him to develop his own style of cooking and excelling in it, evident by the long queue which would formed outside his shop along Soi Kingphet, Rathewi District way before opening hours, many celebrities would also patronised his shop for his famous abalone rak na (hor fun). Every dishes cooked and specially prepared were acclaimed for its unique taste. His restaurant was given much media publicity over the years in Bangkok. Mr. Swang retired in 1997 and so did the restaurant.

In 1999, his daughter, Ms. Suchana, decided to continue the 40 years of his cooking experience by opening a very first outlet outside Thailand called “Jai Thai Restaurant”. “Jai” means “Heart” in Thai, “Jai Thai Restaurant” was set up with the aim to maintain Mr. Swang’s cooking experience and recipes by putting our hearts in every dish the way Mr. Swang did, Jai Thai Restaurant offers the Heart of Thai Cooking for good food and excellent value.Jai Thai Restaurant is renowned as having the “Most Value for Money Thai Restaurant in Singapore”. It has been serving Authentic Thai foods in Singapore since 1999 and presently operates out of 4 outlets.

Jai Thai boasts a menu which has an extensive range of authentic Thai cuisine, all dishes are been prepared and cooked accordingly to Mr. Swang’s Recipes using natural traditional herbs and spices, every items on the menu adhered stricly with his style of cookings with meticulous care and attention paid to minute details.

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Address: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #B1-147 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600

Website: https://order.jaisiam.sg/

5. Malaysia Chiak

About: As a sister brand of Malaysia Boleh!, Malaysia Chiak! is a scaled-down version of the popular food atrium. Though smaller in size, Malaysia Chiak! still offers all the hearty flavours of Malaysian street hawker food in an equally vibrant setting. The decor is reminiscent of the 1960s golden era and will instantly transport diners to the streets of Malaysia.

Address: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #B1-151/152 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600

Website: https://feisionggroup.com.sg/brands/malaysia-chiak/


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6. Little Caesars Pizza

About: Known for its HOT-N-READY® pizza and famed Crazy Bread®, Little Caesars has been named “Best Value in America” for the past twelve year. Little Caesars products are made with high quality ingredients, like fresh, never frozen, mozzarella and Muenster cheese and sauce made from fresh-packed, vine-ripened California crushed tomatoes. Grab a large 12” pizza from $7.99!

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Address: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #01-139/140 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600

Website: https://littlecaesarsdelivery.sg/


About: AJI ICHI is another “Value For Money” concept by ASTONS, serving quality, authentic, affordable and delicious Japanese food in a comfortable and casual ambience. AJI ICHI uses only the most premium Niigata Koshihikari rice and US beef.

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Address: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #01-114 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600

Website: https://ajiichi.com.sg/

8. ManNa Korean Restaurant

About: Since 1999, ManNa Korean Restaurant has been serving customers with a wide range of authentic Korean cuisines from BBQ buffet and traditional delicacies to Korea’s trending street foods, and many more.

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Address: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #02-138/139 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600

Website: https://www.mannakorea.com/

9. Encik Tan

About: The concept behind Encik Tan arose from the desire to let the Muslim counterparts savour popular local food such as Hainanese Curry Rice, Fishball and Wanton Noodles prepared using halal ingredients, but retaining the nostalgic flavour and taste. At Encik Tan, you can get local hawker fare in an air-conditioned setting at reasonable prices.

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Address: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #B1-156/159 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600

Website: https://enciktan.com.sg/

10. Pu Tien

About: Have you eaten? This is a common greeting the Putianese have – a heartfelt question to check in how are you. Feel at home in PUTIEN with their staff and their light homestyle Fujian cuisine. Welcome to PUTIEN – A Singapore brand serving Fujian cuisine with the freshest ingredients.

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Address: 10 Eunos Rd 8, #03-106 Singapore Post Centre, Singapore 408600

Website: https://www.putien.com/#

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