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The 5 Most Popular Eateries in Singapore Shopping Malls

The standard of living in Singapore is considered high but we are fortunate to be able to find affordable food from hawker centres all around our little island. While it generally cost more to dine inside a shopping mall compared to a hawker centre, many eateries have come up with budget-friendly menus which allow both students and professionals to have a decent meal. Here are five eateries that you can explore in our local shopping malls if you want to dine in comfort yet not put a hole in your wallet –

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1) EAT

A one-stop eatery offering a range of local traditional fares, EAT is one of the best food outlets to patronise if having value-for-money meals is your daily goal. For just S$5, you can enjoy a bowl of noodles with a cup of hot coffee or tea. The prices of the dishes are similar to what you can find at the local hawker centres, in order for their meals to appeal to the mass market.

Locations:

Square 2, 10 Sinaran Dr
#04-02F/03A-D
Singapore, Singapore 307506

Far East Plaza, 14 Scotts Road
#01-23
Singapore, Singapore 228213

NEX, 23 Serangoon Central
#01-59/60
Singapore, Singapore 556083

Rail Mall, 380 Upper Bukit Timah Rd
436
Singapore, Singapore 678040

Website: http://eat.com.sg

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2) Paik’s Bibim

Rejoice, lovers of Korean cuisine! You can now enjoy a hearty and wholesome bowl of bibimbap topped with several vegetables and a meat of your choice at less that S$10. Bibimbap is a traditional rice dish from Korea usually found only in Korean restaurants, but it has been given a modern twist by celebrity chef, Jong Won Paik, and a more affordable version of this healthy cuisine is available in malls so that more people can enjoy it. Paik’s Bibim also serve a small selection of noodles and sides such spicy Korean rice cakes.

Locations:

Unit #01-95, Bedok Mall, 311 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 467360

1 HarbourFront Walk#02-125,Vivocity, #02-125, Singapore

50 Nanyang Ave, Block N3.1, Singapore 639798

Unit 02-111, Tiong Bahru Plaza, 302 Tiong Bahru Road, Singapore 168732

Website: http://www.paiksbibim.com

3) Tori Q

Out of the many delectable dishes found in Japan, Yakitori is one of the most popular food among the Japanese working crowd. Since its opening in Year 2000, Singapore consumers also get the chance to savour delicious Yakitori sticks at highly affordable prices from the various branches of Tori Q. Made of mainly chicken and pork, Tori Q’s Yakitori sticks are broiled using a special high-temperature machine before they are dipped into a uniquely created sauce. Bentos which include rice and pickles together with selected Yakitori sticks, are also available for customers who prefer a more filling meal.

Locations:

Takashimaya S.C.
391 Orchard Road
#B2-07-8-3
Takashimaya Shopping Centre
, Singapore 238873

Bugis Junction
200 Victoria Street
#B1-K1 Bugis Junction
, Singapore 188024

Bishan
9 Bishan Place
#B1-25
Junction 8 Shopping Centre, Singapore 579837

Paragon
290 Orchard Road
#B1-K1 Paragon, 
Singapore 238859

Website: http://www.tori-q.com

4) Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert

You do not have to travel all the way to Hong Kong to enjoy a delicious bowl of HK Wantan Noodles or Mango Pomelo Sago as you can easily find them at Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert. The eatery also serves many authentic Hong Kong snacks such as the lip-smacking custard bun filled with molten lava, crispy HK carrot cake and handmade buns in the shape of cute mushrooms. Be it sweet or savoury, expect to find something that will fit your palette when you visit this eatery

Locations
AMK Hub, 53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, #B1-51B, Singapore 569933

IMM, 2 Jurong East Street 21, #01-49, Singapore 609601

Bedok Mall, 311 New Upper Changi Road, #B2-24, Singapore 467360

JEM, 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #B1-K1 Jem, Singapore 609690

Website: http://www.shengkeedessert.com

5) Curry Times

Following the huge success of Old Chang Kee, the fast-moving savoury food chain in Singapore famous for its curry puffs, Curry Times is established to continue the tradition of making delicious curry cuisine. If you love curry but prefer a healthier version, Curry Times make a good place to have your meal as the curry is lighter and does not contain coconut milk. Other popular dishes include the Sambal Chicken Super Drum and Cold Tofu with Century Egg.

Locations

238 Thomson Rd #02-33/34

Velocity @ Novena Square
, Singapore 307683

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Gateway Drive, #02-08 
Westgate
, Singapore 608532

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Airport Boulevard, #B2-51
Changi Airport Terminal 3
, Singapore 819663

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Tanjong Katong Road
, One KM, #01-70/71/72
, Singapore 437157

Website: http://www.currytimes.com.sg