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10 Ubi Food Places Near Ubi MRT Station That’ll Make Your Driving Lessons Less Dreadful

14th November 2017

Ubi food near the MRT station


Talk to anyone who used to or is still going to the driving centre at Ubi for lessons, and I promise you will hear nothing but groans and complaints. As if the lessons themselves are not painful enough, the driving centre is pretty inaccessible and there is hardly any good food in that area – or so I thought.

Now that the third stage of the Downtown Line is up, travelling to Ubi is much less of a chore. If you are still attending driving lessons there or simply passing by Ubi MRT Station, we have uncovered 10 food places near the station for you to check out!


1. Mr Prawnie


Ubi food - Mr prawnie

Found at a corner of L32 CoffeeShop at Ubi Avenue 1, Mr Prawnie is a popular hawker stall known for their atas fried Hokkien mee. Although they do serve the typical plate of Fried Hokkien Mee ($5/$8), you should give their Seafood Platter & Lobster ($42) a shot if you are with a group of friends! With its gigantic portion enough to serve three to four people, the fried Hokkien mee comes with prawns, lobster, lala, and crayfish. For something less crazy, Mr Prawnie also serves smaller portions of atas fried Hokkien mee, such as their Lobster Set ($24.90) and Flower Crab Hokkien Mee ($20).

Find out more about the gigantic seafood platter at Mr Prawnie!

Address: 304 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-95, L32 CoffeeShop, Singapore 400304
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 8700 3168
Website


2. Ubi DMQ


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For handmade ban mian, visit Ubi DMQ at Ubi Avenue 1! At $5.50 per bowl, you can choose to have your noodles dry or with soup. On top of meatballs, the noodles also come with a separate bowl of egg and pork broth. For those who prefer to have the noodles without meatballs, the stall also serves Ban Mian ($4) with minced meat!

Address: 304 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-95, L32 CoffeeShop, Singapore 400304
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8696 3008
Website


3. Ding Hao Yong Tau Fu


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Just a two-minute walk away from Ubi MRT Station, Ding Hao Yong Tau Fu is restaurant specialising in yong tau fu. Unlike typical yong tau fu pieces that are stuffed with fish paste, Ding Hao offers a more unique version that uses marinated minced meat as the filling!

Similar to most yong tau fu shops, Ding Hao serves their yong tau fu sets in several variations – Soup ($4.50), Dry ($4.50), Curry ($5.20), and Bean Paste ($5.20). For add-ons, you can also have dishes like Chee Cheong Fan ($2) and Thai Style Tofu ($3.50) to go with your yong tau foo pieces.

Address: 304 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-85, Singapore 400304
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6816 2703
Website


4. Lee Do Restaurant


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Set up in 1964, Lee Do Restaurant is a Chinese restaurant that specialises in Fuzhou cuisine. For over 50 years, the restaurant has been most famous for their Lee Do Cold Crab which is sold at market price. On top of the wide variety of seafood, their menu also includes meat, vegetables, rice and noodles.

Some of their other popular dishes include Fuzhou White Rice Cake ($10/$15/$20), Claypot Red Wine Chicken Soup ($14/$28), and Fragrance Crispy Duck ($30/$50).

Address: 61 Ubi Avenue 2, #01-13, Automobile Megamart, Singapore 408898
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 11pm
Tel: 6742 2181
Website


5. Xian Seafood White Beehoon


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Update: Xian Seafood White Beehoon has permanently closed.

Opened by the owner of Cafe De Hong Kong, Xian Seafood White Beehoon is a hawker stall that specialises only in white beehoon. Though the ingredients are primarily seafood, the beehoon broth is flavoured with chicken feet and pork ribs that are cooked for about three hours!

Of the four different seafood beehoon, their basic La La Shrimp White Beehoon comes in three sizes and are priced at $5, $8, and $12. The Mixed Seafood White Beehoon ($25/$45), made of crayfish, prawns, and lala, is also one their most popular dishes.

Address: 304 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-103, Singapore 400304
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 9:30pm


6. Pan Zhong Wu


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Update: Pan Zhong Wu has permanently closed.

Started just last November, Pan Zhong Wu is a family-run zi char stall at ACX Food Court that serves a variety of Chinese food. On top of the usual zi char fare, the stall is mostly popular for their Signature Sambal Promfret ($60/kg) and Signature Bing Shan Tofu ($6/$12), which is iced bean curd.

Along with an extensive menu of squid, pork, and sliced fish prepared in different ways, they also have list of chef recommended dishes such as Cuttlefish & Kangkong Rice with Egg ($4) and Thai Style Chicken Cutlet Rice with Egg ($5.50).

Address: 302 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-09, ACX Food Court, Singapore 400302
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8575 2272 / 9121 7272


7. Pondok Pantai Timur


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Previously known as the Famous Ayam Penyet from Changi Village, Pondok Pantai Timur has a stall in a coffee shop called Yummy Food Point, which is located at Ubi Avenue 1. The stall specialises and is popular for their Ayam Penyet ($5) and Ikan Penyet, which depending on the size of the fish, is priced from $5.50 to $7. If you happen to be visiting the stall during lunchtime, however, be prepared to wait as they are known to draw insane crowds during peak hours!

Address: 301 Ubi Avenue 1, Yummy Food Point, Singapore 400301
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 9476 0220


8. Ubistro301


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If it is one of the days where you cannot decide what cuisine to have or if you are craving for them all, Ubistro301 is the place to go. In a single restaurant, Ubistro301 serves Western and Asian food at affordable prices. Some of their Western selections include Chicken Chop ($8.50), Seafood Aglio Olio ($7.80), and Grilled Pacific Dory ($8.80).

As for the Asian food menu, some must-haves are Ubi Rojak ($4/$5.50/$8), Sambal Fried Kway Teow ($5.50), and Mee Goreng ($5)! On Saturdays, Ubistro301 also serves all-day breakfast with dishes such as Turkey Ham, Sausage & Egg ($7.50) and Nuggets, Ham & Fries ($6.50).

Address: 301 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-247, Singapore 400301
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6846 8235
Website


9. Mr Lorbak


Ubi food - Mr lorbak

Located about 800m away from Ubi MRT Station, Mr Lorbak is found in a coffee shop called Ubi 350. Although the 10-minute walk may sound a little off-putting, the cheap and good lu rou fan at Mr Lorbak will make the travel worth it. For $3.50, their Braised Pork Rice comes with a generous serving of white rice, lor bak, black fungus, and two halves of a braised egg.

For those looking for something more to add to the bowl, the stall also serves Braised Tau Pok, Soy Braised Peanuts, and Preserved Vegetables at $0.50 per serving.

Check out our full review of Mr Lorbak!

Address: 350 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-947, Ubi 350, Singapore 400350
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 3pm, 4pm to 11:30pm
Tel: 9226 2417


10. Open Crumb Cafe


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With many industrial buildings and kopitiams found at Ubi, Open Crumb Cafe is one of the few cafes in the area. From 9am to 12pm, the cafe serves breakfast mains including Ham & Cheese Toastie ($7.90) and Waltzing Matilda ($8.20) which comprises fried egg, bacon, baked beans, salad, and artisanal bread.

On top of a selection of sandwiches, they also serve Green Curry ($9.50) pasta, Pink Cream Sauce ($9.70) pasta, and Bolognese ($9.50). For desserts, they also specialise in waffles and pancakes with flavours including Katy Berry ($6.80), Chocolate Craving ($6.50), and Canadian Maple & Bacon ($7.80)!

Address: 342 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-931, Singapore 400342
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9am to 8pm, Sat 9am to 3pm
Tel: 6745 0649
Website


Ubi no longer ulu


Now that Ubi MRT Station is located in the middle of so many food places, Ubi is no longer an ulu place that I shudder when the name of the area is mentioned. For more food along the Downtown Line, check out our food guides to Tampines West or Bendemeer!

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