Jurong Point Food Guide: 22 Restaurants And Cafes To Eat At In This Boon Lay Mall


Jurong Point food guide

With several of my aunts living in the area and my old army camp a short bus ride away, Jurong Point def’ holds many memories for me. I remember its earlier years as a humble shopping centre, back when Fish & Co. and Soup Restaurant were its fancier offerings, and long before a second wing, two food streets, and a spanking condo were added to it. 

While this mall has transformed in the past decade, I could always count on it to pamper me with a hearty meal. So if you’re looking for food in the west, bookmark this page and check out these restaurants, cafes, and hawker spots that we’ve hunted down for you. 

1. Legendary Hong Kong

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Living up to their brashly confident title, Legendary Hong Kong cooks up a sumptuous selection that will do any dim sum lover proud. From drool-worthy dim sum to springy noodles, all of their dishes are churned up by pairs of seasoned hands, so expect this cosy eatery to offer a safe bet for reliably delicious food.

For a failsafe dish, get their Wonton Noodle in Soup ($8.50), where QQ noodles are dressed with wontons packed with shrimp meat. Else, their Congee with Shredded Pork and Century Egg ($8.50) is a comforting pick for rainy days—thick, starchy congee is adorned with seasoned shredded pork and crescents of century egg.

Unit number: JP2 #03-79/80
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 10pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6794 1335
Legendary Hong Kong is not a halal-certified eatery.


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Born out of owner Fong Chi Chung’s passion for his hometown’s delicacies, PUTIEN has earned plaudits with their sumptuous selection of Fujian dishes. And while their menu has evolved in the past two decades, much of their cooking still exudes the warmth and quality of a seasoned Putian chef. Take for example, their signature Fried Heng Hwa Bee Hoon (from $11.70++), a straightforward medley of sun-dried vermicelli, prawns, clams and pork belly—all tossed into a wok to be transformed into a salivating plate of springy and umami-laced noodles.

Unit number: JP1 #02-34
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 4:30pm, 5:30pm to 10pm
Tel: 6795 2338
PUTIEN is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Sushi-Go

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Convenience is the name of the game at Sushi-Go, as sushi trains zip out of their kitchen, speeding along smooth conveyor belts, before making a neat stop at your table. Their various dishes are not only speedily served, but also tick most of the boxes for decent sushi. The Black Tobiko Gunkan ($2.30) surprises with its rich taste while their Ebi Fry Sushi ($1.80) offers a satisfying mix of crunchiness and chewiness. And with these stellar treats forming just the tip of their 130-dish menu, we’re sure you can unearth more gems from this treasure trove of affordable sushi. 

Unit number: JP1 #B1-47/48
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Sushi-Go is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Penang Road Famous Chendol

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Don’t be discouraged by the unimpressive size of the Chendol ($2) at Penang Road Famous Chendol, as these small bowls of shaved ice come with packed with flavour. Empowered by generous drizzles of gula melaka and coconut cream, this lemak dessert sings with its coconutty and sweet notes. What I love most about their chendol is its distinctly oversized kidney beans, which complement the house-made pandan jelly. 

Unit number: JP2 #03-28
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Penang Road Chendol is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Penang Yong Kee Char Kway Teow

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If you have trouble navigating Malaysia Boleh, it’s probably because of the lines stretching and circling around Penang Yong Kee Char Kway Teow. These 30-minute queues are a fixture at this no-frills hawker stall, as diners are enticed by the rich wok hei of their Fried Kway Teow ($4/$6)

Yet, this smoky aroma is only the start of the performance; once these springy strands of noodles waltz into your mouth, the true serenade begins. You’ll get a slight nudge of umami from the sambal chilli, then a touch of sweetness from the chives, before the juicy shrimp wrap things up with their luscious kick. Consider me enchanted.

Unit number: JP2 #03-28
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Penang Yong Kee Char Kway Teow is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Petaling Street Famous Claypot Chicken Rice

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You’d almost watch in fear as the calloused hands behind Petaling Street Famous Claypot Chicken Rice get to work, lifting up rows of scalding hot lids, churning our claypot rice with machine-like efficiency. With so much effort poured into them, these piping-hot pots of rice are made to etch a memory into your taste buds. The rice, fluffy and firm, flavoured with a drizzle of soy sauce, shines with its bold yet well-balanced flavour. Sliced lap cheong and diced chicken uplift the rice with both crunch and sweetness. Expect to spend around $6 to $8 a person.

Unit number: JP2 #03-28
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Petaling Street Famous Claypot Chicken Rice is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Ji De Chi

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Serving up an assortment of sweet treats, Ji De Chi offers not only a reminder to eat, as their Chinese name suggests, but also persuades you to help yourself with a sinful second serving. Their desserts range from the soothingly warm to the refreshingly cold, but regardless of where you stand on the hot/cold dessert spectrum, you simply must try their signature Mango Passionfruit Snowy Ice ($8.60). Featuring a wavy tapestry of shaved ice, cubes of diced mangoes, and chewy globules of mochi, this cooling treat rescues you from the sweltering heat with its much-needed fruity sweetness.

Unit number: JP1 #02-38
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6794 8887
Ji De Chi is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Damansara Chilli Pan Mee

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Agree to disagree, but a bowl of dry ban mian carries more pizzazz than the typical ban mian. Damansara Chilli Pan Mee proves that. They toss the usual ingredients of a ban mian⁠—bouncy wheat noodles, minced pork, and ikan bilis⁠—into dark soy sauce before their chilli paste takes everything up a notch. Spicy, carrying hints of hae bi (dried shrimp), and teeming with umami notes, this robust relish packs as much flavour as a slow-cooked broth.

Unit number: JP2 #03-28
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Damansara Chilli Pan Mee is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodle


With a series of deft slams and a few casual pulls, the skillful hands behind Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodle transform an ordinary-looking block of dough into rows of chewy la mian. A bowl of these al dente noodles would have been satisfying enough but this cosy restaurant takes things up a notch with their Signature Beef Noodles (from $9.90+). Swimming in a clear pool of sliced radish, their la mian soaks up the sweet and umami-laden broth, accenting the savouriness of the beef slices.

Unit number: JP2 #03-105/112
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodle is a halal-certified eatery.

10. Wee Nam Kee

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Ask anyone for their best chicken rice spots and Wee Nam Kee will surely break into the top five. This household favourite has waltzed their way into our bellies over the past thirty years, impressing us with their aromatic Chicken Rice Set ($7.50+). With bits of garlic and ginger fragrantly permeating it, their rice is a moreish treat on its own. The plump slabs of poached chicken just make the whole meal all the more delicious.

Unit number: JP2 #B1-60/61
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6255 6936
Wee Nam Kee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Tong Heng

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From neighbourhood bakeries to five-star restaurants, egg tarts are a dime a dozen in Singapore, but those from Tong Heng are so yummy that you won’t mind travelling from Bishan to Boon Lay for them. Having preserved and refined their recipe for the past 85 years, this proud pastry master ticks all the boxes with their textbook-perfect Egg Tart ($2.20). A bite into these bad boys and you’ll be hooked. Its toasty crust crumbles to reveal a silky dance of sweet and creamy flavoursall accentuated by an intense eggy aroma. 

Unit number: JP1 #B1-10
Opening hours: Daily 9:30am to 9pm
Tel: 6794 6292
Tong Heng is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. Ramen KIOU

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With Don Don Donki stealing the limelight at their new JCube outlet, the opening of &JOY Dining Hall at Jurong Point had largely gone unnoticed. But not anymore. This swanky food court has courted Westies with its impressive line-up, chief of which is the ever-so-popular Ramen KIOU

This Osaka-based chain has finally brought their empire of 22 outlets to Singapore, delighting ramen-holics with their robust bowls of broth. Their KIOU Ramen ($15.30++) is the undisputed bestseller of the bunch, leaving a strong impression with its savoury punch.

Unit number: JP1 #B1-49
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Ramen KIOU is not a halal-certified eatery.

13. Ayam Penyet Ria

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Most of us can’t help but throw ourselves into the embrace of good smashed fried chicken, and Ayam Penyet Ria honours this Indonesian snacc with their sumptuous Ayam Penyet + Nasi ($7.90). They immerse slabs of chicken into a sizzling bath of oil, giving them a shatteringly crispy crust before delivering the literal final blows. Repeated mashes from a wooden mallet enhances the texture of the already crisp meat, such that every bite greets you with a pleasing crackle. The only thing left to do now is to coat the chicken in their signature sambal paste and relish the fiery and savoury notes.

Unit number: JP1 #B1-06
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6794 3015
Ayam Penyet Ria is a halal-certified eatery.

14. Sing Swee Kee

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Popular chicken rice brand Sing Swee Kee recently launched two outlets: one in Toa Payoh HDB Hub, and the other at Jurong Point, in Kopitiam Foodcourt. They’re known for their Traditional Chicken Rice Ball ($1), which features fragrant steamed chicken rice orbs. For a full meal, go for the Chicken Rice with Soup of the Day ($7.90) in either white or roasted chicken.

The eatery’s chicken rice is made with a secret family recipe that’s handed down by their Hainanese forefathers. Their blanched chicken is said to be tender and juicy, and best paired with their hand-pounded chilli, green ginger, and dark soya sauce.

Unit number: JP1 #03-42
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs, Sat 10am to 8:30pm, Fri 10:30am to 9pm, Sun 11am to 8:30pm
Sing Swee Kee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. MuYoo

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Bread lovers will enjoy the mochi-filled bread from MuYoo, which has outlets in Jurong Point and Changi City Point. A must-try is the Black Sesame Mochi ($3): soft bread stuffed with black sesame and a dollop of mochi nestled on the bottom. There’s also the Peanut Mochi ($3), generously filled with a crunchy and sweet peanut centre.

Unit number: JP2 #01-K8/K9
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 10pm
Muyoo is not a halal-certified eatery.

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16. Mr Coconut 

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Westies can get their Mr Coconut fix with the coconut shake chain’s Jurong Point outlet! Get the signature Coconut Shake ($4.40/$5.40), made with young Thai coconut flesh, and coconut water, and topped with a scoop of coconut ice cream for extra creaminess. There are also flavoured options such as Coconut Avocado Shake ($5.30/$6.30), and Bubble Taro Coconut ($4.90/$5.90) if you’re in the mood for something different.

Unit number: JP1 #01-K1
Opening hours: 10am to 9:45pm
Mr Coconut is not halal-certified but does not use pork or lard.

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17. A&W

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Located on the third floor of the mall, popular fast-food chain A&W is a childhood favourite for many of us. Must-haves include the Curly Fries ($3.90) and A&W Cream Cheese Burgers ($8.10), made with a special cream cheese sauce and A&W’s signature sauce. Don’t miss the Root Beer Float ($4), too. This classic beverage spotlights A&W’s iconic root beer, made with real cane sugar and a secret mix of herbs, bark, spices and berries.

Unit number: JP2 #03-42
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
A&W is a halal-certified eatery.

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18. City Hot Pot

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For solo hotpot that’s friendly on the wallet, check out City Hot Pot. The eatery has multiple outlets islandwide, including one at Jurong Point, where you can get individual pots of broth to enjoy with their wallet-friendly meat platters and greens. Choose from 14 soup bases, with flavours that range from Fish Maw Soup ($8.99) to Thai Tom Yum ($5.99). Their meat options start at $8.99 for pork or chicken; they also have seafood from the same price for you to enjoy. Don’t miss out on having their hotpot with Braised Pork Rice ($3.99) instead of just plain rice. Each portion comes topped with soy-braised pork belly that’s oh-so-tender.

Unit number: #01-17
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 12am
Tel: 6518 9890
City Hot Pot is not a halal-certified eatery.

19. 4Fingers

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Check out 4Fingers if you’re craving a bit of fried chicken. They’re a halal-certified Korean-style fried chicken joint, with other items on the menu too. The chicken is fried fresh and has a crisp, battered exterior. Choose from three dressing sauces: hot, soy, and honey mustard.

Meals start at $10.95 for three-piece bites, and you get to pick one side to accompany your chicken feast, whether it be kimchi fries or rice. If you’re not a fan of fried chicken or just want more variety, look to the rest of their menu, which comprises burgers, fried seafood, and bentos.

Unit number: #03-34
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6316 6609
4Fingers is a halal-certified eatery.

20. Jollibee

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Filipino fast food eatery, Jollibee, has several outlets in Singapore, including one in Jurong Point. Swing by and dig into a variety of their greatest hits, such as the Chickenjoy Spaghetti Value Meal ($8.50), which comes with their famed, crispy fried chicken, as well as their pasta topped with their iconic sweet tomato sauce. If you want to tuck into a Filipino staple, there’s the 1pc Chickenjoy with Fiesta Noodles ($9.70) meal instead, which also comes with a drink. Apart from fried chicken, you also get Fiesta Noodles, AKA pancit palabok, a bee hoon dish topped with a moreish, slightly sweet sauce.

Unit number: #01-32
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Jollibee is a halal-certified eatery.

21. Tang Tang Malatang

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For those craving something spicy and soupy, head down to Tang Tang Malatang. The eatery is famed for their mala tang, a dish that comprises a fiery, sour soup, topped with a medley of greens, carbs, and meats. Here, your meal starts off by choosing your soup base, each priced at $1.50. We recommend their spicy, Sichuanese Mala Broth, made with chicken and pork bones brewed with 24 different types of herbs, for over two hours. Then, choose from a selection of ingredients, priced according to weight. Finally, pick a spice level, and you’re good to go.

For those who prefer dry mala xiang guo, there’s the option for that here too.

Unit number: JP2, #02-40
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Tang Tang Malatang is not a halal-certified eatery.

22. Mother-In-Law Egg Tart 

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Mother-In-Law Egg Tart offers Portuguese-style egg tarts in unique flavours both sweet and savoury. While their Original Egg Tart ($2.20) is an easy pick, we recommend getting adventurous with the likes of their Yam & Purple Potato Tart ($3.40), which combines orh nee, purple sweet potato, and egg custard into one power-packed tart. If you enjoy savoury bites more, order their Ham & Mushroom ($3.50)—made with chicken ham, this light bite is almost like a quiche, albeit with a richer filling.

Read our Mother-In-Law Egg Tart review.

Unit number: #03-41
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 8383 8460
Mother-In-Law Egg Tart is not a halal-certified eatery but it uses halal ingredients.

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Best Jurong Point food

Jurong Point may be one of the oldest malls in the West, but it still continues to attract foodies with their evolving selection of stores. Whether you see yourself ambling down a Japanese food street or lazing with plates of dim sum, these Jurong Point food places are the go-to spots for a satisfied belly.

If you’re searching for more shiok food options in the mall, be sure to check out EMart24, a new Korean supermarket that also sells hot food items.

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