8 food spots in Jurong Point to savour when in Boon Lay

I don’t often forage to the West, but when I do, Jurong Point is one of my top spots to visit. The gigantic mall, located right next to Boon Lay MRT Station, is home to a wide variety of delicious restaurants, cafes, food kiosks and takeaway stalls.

My favourite part about Jurong Point is how different areas are themed according to different countries, with a sprawling Japanese Food Street in the basement and the Hong Kong-themed Mongkok precinct on the third floor.

Here are 8 food spots in Jurong Point to check out the next time you are in the Boon Lay vicinity.

1. Tsukimi Hamburg (#B1-52)

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Tsukimi Hamburg, located within &Joy Japanese Food Street in the basement of Jurong Point, has dominated social media since its opening on 1 September 2022. The restaurant offers hamburg donburi and hamburg steak dishes, with each hamburg steak being a blend of US beef, pork and Miyazaki Wagyu beef.

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Their signature Tsukimi Hamburg Don (S$12.80) consists of rice topped with a hamburg steak and an orange egg yolk that oozes when it is broken.

If rice bowls aren’t your thing, go for the Raclette Cheez Hamburg Steak Teishoku (S$16.80), which comes with a blanket of melted raclette cheese poured over a hamburg steak, or the Foie Gras Hamburg Teishoku (S$19.80), topped with foie gras and a demi-glace sauce.

+65 6250 6728
Daily: 11am – 10pm
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2. Brio (#02-24/K5)

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If you’re looking for a Muslim-friendly spot to satisfy your European food cravings, BRIO is just the place to check out. The Halal-certified restaurant is located on the second floor of Jurong Point, offering Western delights like pizza, pasta, risotto, burgers and meat.

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Check out their signature Emo Wagyu Burger (S$16.80), served with a beef patty, mushrooms, onion marmalade, mild cheddar, tomato, mayonnaise and a side of fries.

An interesting offering is the Duck & Waffle (S$17.80), a waffle pancake, topped with confit duck, an egg and mustard maple syrup. Other pocket-friendly yet exciting options include the Wagyu Bolognese Rigatoni (S$16.80), Scallop & Shrimp Risotto (S$15.80), Carbonara Pizza (S$22.50) and Lemon & Herbs Chicken Thigh (S$13.80).

+65 6795 9606
Daily: 11am – 10pm
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3. Legendary Hong Kong Restaurant 港飲港食餐廳 (#03-80)

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The popular Legendary Hong Kong Restaurant 港飲港食餐廳 is a must-visit when you’re in Jurong Point. The restaurant is considered to be one of the best spots for authentic cha chaan teng in Singapore, with a menu consisting of roasted meats, dim sum and assorted stir-fried dishes.

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Satisfy your meat cravings with the Roasted London Duck (S$58 for whole), Barbecued Pork (S$13.80) or Soy Sauce Chicken (S$34 for whole). You could even opt to get multiple proteins in a single dish with the BBQ Platter 4 in 1 (S$24.80).

Dim sum fans, eat until you’re bao with Legendary Hong Kong Restaurant 港飲港食餐廳’s Thick Rice Roll with Deep-fried Shrimp Spring Roll (S$6.80), Steamed Beef Ball w/ Beancurd Skin (S$5.20) or Piggy Bun with Egg Custard (S$5). They even have Baked Durian Tarts (S$6) too!

+65 9297 3511
Daily: 11am – 10pm
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4. RAMEN KIOU (#B1-53/54)

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Originating from Osaka, Japan, RAMEN KIOU serves up bowls of ramen and rice made using original recipes from Japan. Their signature Toratama KIOU Ramen (S$15.20) is made with a salt-based tonkotsu broth with two pieces of homemade chashu and a ramen egg.

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Garlic fans can go for the Riki Tonkotsu Ramen (S$16.20), made with tonkotsu broth with garlic oil and garlic flakes. Other options include rice dishes like the Chashu Cube Don (S$10.50), Yawaraka Tamago Don (S$8.50) and Ebi Chahan (S$9.50), a fried rice dish with chashu, shrimps and sakura ebi.

+65 6250 5953
Daily: 11am – 10pm

5. MuYoo+ (#01-K8/9)

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My number one spot for mochi bread will always be MuYoo+. Located right at the front entrance of Jurong Point facing Boon Lay MRT, MuYoo+ offers a range of affordable Taiwanese-inspired breads and bakes, with their mochi bread series being their most popular products.

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You must try their Black Sesame Mochi Bread (S$3) and Peanut Mochi Bread (S$3), filled generously with stretchy, chewy mochi. Other offerings include Matcha Mochi (S$3), Choz Banana QQ (S$3) and Lotus Biscoff Mochi (S$3).

For more familiar bread varieties, go for Bacon Onion (S$2), Super Cheese Pan (S$2.40) or the Spicy Floss Bun (S$2.20).

Daily: 9am – 10pm
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6. King of Prawn Noodles (#03-08)

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King of Prawn Noodles offers atas versions of popular local dishes, with prawn noodles being their signature dish. A simple bowl of Princess Prawn Noodles costs S$6.50, while a bigger portion, the Queen Big Prawn Noodles, will set you back S$11.80.

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Go all out with The King Pork Rib Big Prawn (S$13.80), which is served with prawns and pork ribs. Other dishes include the Braised Meat Rice (S$6.90), Sesame Oil Chicken Rice (S$6.90) and Fried Pork Belly Rice (S$6.90). You can even get appetiser dishes like the Signature Tofu (S$5.90) and Shrimp Paste Chicken (S$5.90 for 3 pieces, S$8.90 for 6 pieces).

+65 6275 0345
Daily: 9.30am – 9.30pm
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7. WestLake (#03-89C)

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For a quick bite of Taiwanese delights, check out WestLake, which provides a small range of popular Taiwanese dishes. The kiosk, located on the third floor of Jurong Point, is reminiscent of a genuine Taiwanese food stall.

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The Braised Pork & Bun (S$3.80) is filled with soft pork belly that melts in the mouth, while the bun itself is incredibly soft and fluffy. You could opt to get five pieces for S$19 too.

Other menu items are the Braised Pork w/ Preserved Vegetable Rice (S$7.80), Special Curry Chicken Rice (S$6.50), Chicken Wing w/ Oyster Sauce Rice (S$6) and Special Beef Rendang Rice (S$7).

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+65 6474 7283
Daily: 10am – 10pm
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8. Penang Road’s Famous Chendol (#03-28)

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One of the most popular stalls in the Malaysia Boleh! food court in Jurong Point is Penang Road’s Famous Chendol, a small kiosk that sells— you guessed it— chendol.

A single bowl of Chendol costs S$2.50, and comes with green chendol jelly, fresh coconut milk, gula melaka and red kidney beans.

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All ingredients are homemade, such that you will get to experience an authentic and delicious bowl of chendol dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Daily: 10am – 10pm
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Jurong Point

1 Jurong West Central 2, Singapore 648886

Jurong Point

1 Jurong West Central 2, Singapore 648886

Telephone: +65 6950 8134
Operating Hours: 10am - 10pm (Daily)
Telephone: +65 6950 8134

Operating Hours: 10am - 10pm (Daily)
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