10 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 10 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. Hot-Star Large Fried Chicken (#03-89F)

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Missing Taiwan’s night markets? Check out Hot-Star Large Fried Chicken on the third floor of Jurong Point, selling gigantic fried chicken cutlets and assorted snack foods.

Their signature Large Fried Chicken (S$6.50) comes with the option of nine different flavours, including Hot & Spicy, Sour Plum, Seaweed and Curry. Unlike other Taiwanese fried chicken cutlet shops in Singapore, Hot-Star Large Fried Chicken does not offer cutting services on their cutlets, so as to offer a more authentic experience.

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You can also opt for the non-fried chicken items, such as Mee Sua (S$4.50), Fried Beancurd (S$3.20), Tempura (S$4.30 for 10 pieces), Sweet Potato Fries (S$3.50) and Strawberry Lemonade (S$3.60) to satisfy you Taiwanese street food cravings.

Daily: 11am – 9.45pm
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6. 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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7. 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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8. 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).

+65 6474 7283
Daily: 10am – 10pm
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9. Mother-In-Law Egg Tart 蛋塔人生 (#03-41)

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Mother-In-Law Egg Tart 蛋塔人生 started out as a home-based business before opening their first physical outlet in Havelock II. In 2022, the business branched out to opening their second outlet in the bustling Jurong Point, bringing their popular tarts to more people.

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Choose from fun egg tart flavours like Earl Grey Black Tea (S$3.30), Crunchy Apple Cinnamon (S$3.30), Crispy Layers Coffee (S$3.30), Yam & Purple Potato (S$3.40) and Savoury Chicken Ham & Mushroom (S$3.50).

They even have a pure chocolate tart, the Valrhona Dark Chocolate Raspberry (S$3.80)!

+65 8383 8460
Daily: 10.30am – 9.30pm
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10. 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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