Food in 313 Somerset
313 Somerset, alternatively known as 313@Somerset, is my favourite mall in the Orchard area, not only for its abundance of retail stores but also because it brims with many food options. If you’re spoilt for choice over where to eat in this mall, check out our 313 Somerset food guide, with 20 places for mala jjamppong, volcano beef don, and more.
1. Paris Baguette
Paris Baguette recently opened a two-storey outlet in the mall, taking over the space where Broitzeit used to be. Apart from the usual offerings, this outlet sees a new range of Beer-Based Cocktails (from $11) which are exclusive to the Somerset outlet.
We particularly enjoyed the Hadong Green Tea Crystal ($13), a refreshing blend of green tea, green grapes, and mint leaves. If you’re a coffee lover, go for the Cafe Adagio Espresso Crystal ($11), which highlights a strong espresso bitterness.
Check out our first look at Paris Baguette in 313 Somerset!
Unit number: #01-27
Opening hours: Sun-Thur 10am to 10:30pm, Fri-Sat 10am to 11pm
Tel: 6509 4802
Paris Baguette is not a halal-certified eatery.
2. Papa Ayam
Not many of us have heard about ayam geprek, which is essentially ayam penyet cooked with boneless chicken, then blanketed in sambal. Papa Ayam is one such eatery that brought this dish to Singapore, serving up renditions with salted egg yolk to suit our local palate.
Purists can opt for the Ayam Geprek Original ($6.90) that comes slathered with garlic sambal. There are 15 spice levels for this dish to choose from, with a $0.50 top-up for levels 11 to 15. If spice is not your forte, their Ayam Geprek Salted Egg ($7.10) makes for a safe option. These dishes are usually served with rice, though you can switch to Indomie for an additional $0.60.
Check out our Papa Ayam review!
Unit number: #B3-49
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8698 3921
Papa Ayam is not a halal-certified eatery, but is Muslim-owned.
3. Josh’s Grill
Josh’s Grill has opened their second outlet in 313 Somerset, bringing affordable Western grub to the heart of Orchard. Here, you can expect a good old Char-Grill Chicken Chop With Onion Sauce ($10.90++) or Fish And Chips With Tartar Sauce ($12.90++). However, what differentiates Josh’s Grill from other restaurants is their unique sides, which include the likes of Mala Broccoli With Crushed Peanuts and Cheesy Butter Rice. Each main comes with two sides, otherwise, you can get them ala carte at $3.90++ each.
Check out our Josh’s Grill review!
Unit number: #B2-15/16/17/18/19
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6235 0594
Josh’s Grill is not a halal-certified eatery.
4. Sora Boru
If you’re craving a hearty Japanese meal that doesn’t break the bank, head down to Sora Boru. Not only is their menu affordable and comprehensive, but this restaurant is also halal-certified!
Sora Boru is best known for their Spicy Volcano Beef Don (from $7.50), with beef slices shaped after a volcano sitting atop sushi rice, dressed in a piquant red sauce. If you’re feeling like something lighter, their Cha Soba Cold ($8.50) makes for a great option, refreshing in Singapore’s heat.
Check out our Sora Boru review!
Unit number: #B3-19/20
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10pm
Tel: 9275 3121
Sora Boru is a halal-certified eatery.
Egg lovers will surely enjoy Tamago-EN, which has seen multiple outlets cropping up in Singapore. Their menu emphasises egg-centric dishes, using fresh eggs imported directly from Okinawa.
If you’re here in a group, get the 5-Kind Japanese Omelette Skewer ($8.80++) to share. These come topped with the likes of seaweed paste, cod roe mayo, and more. For mains, consider the Beef Stew Rice With Omelette ($16.80++), with creamy omelette rice steeped in a demi-glace beef stew. Round off your meal on a sweet note with the Berry Souffle Pancake ($11.80++), starring two thick pancakes topped with strawberries and pistachios.
Unit number: #B3-25/26/27
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6509 4473
Tamago-EN is not a halal-certified eatery.
6. Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen
Another option for halal Japanese food in 313 Somerset is Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen, serving up halal ramen, donburi, and sides to go along with. A must-try is their Ichikokudo Ramen ($10.90++), starring a shoyu broth that’s simmered for hours using chicken bones. If you like some heat in your ramen, opt for the Hokkai Jigoku Ramen ($13.90++), which comes packed with spicy miso.
Unit number: #B3-35/36
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen is a halal-certified eatery.
7. Lixin The Fishball Folks
The origins of Lixin The Fishball Folks date back to the 1960s, where founder Mr Lim started out selling fishball noodles from a pushcart. Today, this brand has grown into a successful franchise, with 15 outlets peppered across the island.
Their Fishball Noodles ($5.50) is a must, with your choice of noodles tossed in a spicy-vinegary sauce, then topped with QQ fish balls and crispy lard. You can also opt for fish cakes or fish dumplings, to go along with these noodles.
Unit number: #B3-43
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6257 8700
Lixin The Fishball Folks is not a halal-certified eatery.
8. Lalune Croissant
If you would like to grab a quick bite, consider Lalune Croissant, a local bakery specialising in croissants and pastries. Purists can opt for the Original Croissant ($2.90), though they feature other interesting selections such as Apple Cinnamon Croissant ($3.90) and Black & White Croissant ($3.90). The latter is filled with white and milk chocolate, then dusted with white sprinkles. To wash everything down, consider the Oolong Tea ($3.50) or the Mango Royale ($5), which sees mango blended with milk.
Unit number: #B3-48A
Opening hours: Mon-Thur 10am to 8pm, Fri 10am to 9pm, Sat 11am to 10pm, Sun 11am to 9pm
Tel: 9833 5112
Lalune Croissant is not a halal-certified eatery.
9. Chir Chir Chicken Fusion Factory
Get your Korean fried chicken fix at Chir Chir Chicken Fusion Factory, alongside a comprehensive selection of mains, sides, and drinks. You can enjoy the fried chicken on its own with the OG Crispy Fried Chicken (from $28.90++), or zhng it up with the other flavours—Garlicky Soy Chicken and Spicy Chicken.
Otherwise, their Nest Chicken series comes highly recommended, with chicken tenders nested in a variety of sauces and ingredients. An example would be the Nest Snow ($32.90++), comprising chicken tenders bundled within cream sauce and salad.
Unit number: #B3-04/05/06
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6509 8364
Chir Chir Chicken Fusion Factory is not a halal-certified eatery.
10. Nipong Naepong
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Nipong Naepong is Singapore’s first jjamppong fusion restaurant, offering several varieties of this Chinese-Korean noodle dish. Ardent fans of this restaurant swear by the Vongole Ppong ($17.90++), a play on the classic Italian vongole pasta, made aromatic with white wine and clams. To suit the local palate, they also have a Mala Ppong Dry ($15.90++), where you can enjoy these chewy noodles alongside a punchy mala sauce. Otherwise, stick with the OG Seafood Cha Ppong ($16.90++) that comes loaded with seafood swimming in a spicy orange broth.
Unit number: #B3-03
Opening hours: Sun-Thur 11am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6509 8364
Nipong Naepong is not a halal-certified eatery.
11. NY Night Market
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For more Korean fusion goodness, check out NY Night Market, which menu sees a marriage between Korean and New York fare. My personal favourite is their Mac & Cheese ($10.90++), which is creamy and decadent without being jelak. Pasta-lovers will also enjoy the Pasta De Dakgalbi ($15.90++), a classic Korean spicy chicken dish revamped with spaghetti and a layer of melted cheese on top. If rice is your preferred carb, their New York Steak Rice ($15.90++) makes a great option, with grilled steak alongside flavoured rice and assorted vegetables.
Unit number: #01-29
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6957 4620
NY Night Market is not a halal-certified eatery.
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Yet another Korean restaurant to consider within 313 Somerset is Masizzim, best known for their Korean meat stews, egg rolls, and DIY rice balls.
Their Beef Rib Stew (from $18.80++) comes highly recommended, with Australian short ribs cooked in a gochujang-based broth. Another must-try is the Anchovy Rice Ball ($9.80++), served in a large bowl where you can mould rice balls from. Otherwise, their Honey Mustard Egg Cheese Roll ($9.80++) makes for a great sharing item, stuffed with gooey mozzarella and cheddar cheese.
Unit number: #B3-02
Opening hours: Sun-Thur 11am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6509 5808
Masizzim is not a halal-certified eatery.
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In recent years, Privé has grown to become a successful F&B concept in Singapore, with multiple outlets scattered across the island. Their menu at 313 Somerset sees a comprehensive range of brunch food, burgers, pasta, Asian delights, and more!
Signature dishes include the Ultimate Big Breakfast ($21++) and The Ultimate Fish & Chips ($23++). What’s more, their inclusive menu has many vegetarian options, such as the Plant-Based Truffled Mushroom Swiss Burger ($21++) and Impossible Meatball Spaghetti ($19++).
Unit number: #01-28
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 11pm
Tel: 6776 0777
Privé is not a halal-certified eatery.
14. JiBiru Yakitori & Craft Beer
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If you’re looking to chill over beer and bar bites, consider JiBiru Yakitori & Craft Beer, an alfresco yakitori bar just right outside of the mall’s entrance.
To get a taste of everything, order the Hibiki Set ($36.50++) which comes with 12 mixed yakitori sticks, including chicken, mushroom, and bacon skewers. If you would like a full meal, they also have mains such as Salmon Don ($13.90++) and Mentaiko Spaghetti ($11.80++). Wash everything down with their selection of specially imported craft beers.
Unit number: #01-26
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 10pm
Tel: 6732 6884
JiBuru Yakitori & Craft Beer is not a halal-certified eatery.
15. Kin Kao Young
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The pandemic has got us missing Bangkok and its multitude of delicious street food. Relive those carefree days at Kin Kao Young, a modern restaurant dishing up Thai fare in a semi-casual setting.
Meat-lovers will surely enjoy the Mario’s Celebrity Pork Leg Rice ($10), which comes with a hefty serving of juicy pork leg, rice, and a braised egg. There’s also a chicken drumstick variation, priced at $10. Meanwhile, their Mango Salad ($9.90) makes for a good palate refresher, between bites of flavourful meat.
Unit number: #B2-01/02/03
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
Kin Kao Young is not a halal-certified eatery.
16. Tan Yu
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Hailing from China with close to 200 outlets to boot is Tan Yu, a restaurant chain specialising in Chongqing grilled fish. Priced from $42.90++, their grilled fish comes in six flavour selections—Cumin Flavour, Thai Style Flavour, Fresh Green Pepper, Soy Sauce, Beancurd, and Garlic Flavour. You can also choose your grilled fish: sea bass, Qing Jiang, or limbo fish. There are also top-ups available from $3.90++ each, including Sweet Potato Noodles, Tofu Skin, and Luncheon Meat Spam.
Unit number: #B3-30/31/32
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9pm
Tel: 6509 8887
Tan Yu is not a halal-certified eatery.
17. Haakon Superfoods & Juice
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For a healthier food option in 313 Somerset, consider Haakon Superfoods & Juice, an eatery serving up nutritious fare. You can build your own grain bowl from $9.90, starting with a base, then a main, sides, dressing, and topping.
Otherwise, they have pre-made bowls such as the Pesto Beef Salad ($13.90), which comes with grilled beef, raw greens, zucchini noodles, onsen egg, and an earthy pesto dressing. If you have a sweet tooth, consider their selection of acai bowls, of which the Cacao Bliss Acai Bowl (from $7.90) comes blended with additional raw cacao and coconut.
Unit number: #B2-14
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9:30pm
Haakon Superfoods & Juice is not a halal-certified eatery.
18. BAO Today
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When a dim sum craving hits, head down to BAO Today for a quick and affordable fix. Here, you can expect classics such as the Steamed Shrimp Pork Siew Mai ($4.50++) and Char Siew Rice Roll ($3.80++). While they offer liu sha bao, this eatery is actually known for their Black Sesame Bao ($3++) which overflows with earthy black sesame lava.
Apart from dim sum, BAO Today has a wide selection of mains for you to dig into. Noodle-lovers will enjoy the Beef Brisket Noodles ($8.80++) while those who prefer rice can opt for the Teriyaki Salmon Fillet Rice ($10.80++).
Unit number: #01-25B
Opening hours: Daily 9:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6735 3045
BAO Today is not a halal-certified eatery.
19. Wheat Baumkuchen
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Another healthy dining option in the mall is Wheat Baumkuchen, with a healthified Japanese-centric menu. Here, you can build your own bowl from $10, with the likes of rice or soba as the base, along with proteins such as poke and teriyaki chicken, and vegetables like corn and vitamin-packed edamame. If you don’t know what to choose, don’t fret, as the store has pre-made bowls such as Salmon Soba ($10), which comes with grilled salmon, soba, mushrooms, and salad.
Unit number: #B3-46
Opening hours: Sat-Wed 11am to 8pm, Thur-Fri 11am to 8:30pm
Tel: 9012 3037
Wheat Baumkuchen is not a halal-certified eatery.
20. GO Noodle House
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If you’re missing authentic JB eats, look no further than GO Noodle House, a famous Malaysian noodle chain that arrived on our shores in 2019. Ban mian lovers will be keen to try their Special Dark Sauce Ban Mee And Onsen Egg ($9.80++) which comes tossed in a savoury dark sauce, alongside an oozy onsen egg. Meanwhile, the more adventurous can opt for the Hakka Pan Mee With Century Egg ($10.80++), flavour-packed with slices of earthy century egg. Their pan mee are handmade in store twice daily, so you’ll be sure to get QQ noodle strands.
Unit number: #B3-37/38
Opening hours: Sun-Thur 11:30am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6363 5323
Go Noodle House is not a halal-certified eatery.
313 Somerset food guide
Whether you’re craving for a hearty Korean meal or looking to grab a quick croissant on the go, our 313 Somerset food guide has got you covered.
Address: 313 Orchard Rd, 313@Somerset, Singapore 238895