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10 Aperia Mall Food Places For Famous Beef Noodles, $5 Yuzu Udon And More

29th July 2022

Aperia Mall food guide

Located at the intersection of Lavender Street and Kallang Road, Aperia Mall is a small but comfy mall that offers a decent range of shops and eateries. From cafe fare to Asian-fusion delights, this list will introduce you to 10 Aperia Mall food places that are worth your visit.

1. Blanco Court Beef Noodles

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Blanco Court Beef Noodles serves up excellent Hainanese beef noodles that are done the traditional way. The Superior Beef Noodles (from $11.90) is the most complete version of the dish here, with an assortment of beef parts—shank, tendons, and tripe—to enjoy with the rich beef broth and springy noodles. For something other than beef noodles, there’s the Mushroom Chicken Rice ($7.90) as well.

Unit number: #01-36
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Tel: 8923 6968
Blanco Court Beef Noodles is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Ichiho

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At Ichiho, you can expect donburi and sushi crafted with super fresh ingredients. The Premium  Kaisen Sashimi Don ($20.50++), for instance, lays a fine selection of sashimi slices atop sushi rice. Fans of the dish have raved about how fresh every slice is, and the generous portions make it worth your money. Non-sashimi options include the Buta Kakuni Don ($18.50++), another rice dish that features thick pork belly slices.

Unit number: #02-07/08
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 2:30pm, 6pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 8202 8168
Ichiho is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. My Spice Affair

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Of the “nasi” dishes in Singapore, nasi ambeng isn’t as well-known as nasi lemak or nasi padang. That doesn’t mean it is any less delicious, however, so if you haven’t tried it before, you should give it a shot at My Spice Affair. The Solo Ambeng ($12) is suitable for one, and features a plethora of ingredients such as sambal goreng, egg balado, and cow’s lungs. You also get to choose between beef rendang and chicken lemak chilli padi to top off your plate.

Unit number: #02-11
Opening hours: Sun-Fri 10am to 9pm
Tel: 6702 2785
My Spice Affair is a halal-certified eatery.

4. Pohang Seafood & Butchery

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If sashimi and KBBQ are what you’d consider a top-tier combination, then Pohang Seafood & Butchery will certainly satisfy you. Order fresh cuts of fish such as Tuna Sashimi ($50++) and Skate Sashimi ($48++) to enjoy as well as Wagyu Rib Eye ($50++) and other meats, fresh off the grill.

Unit number: #02-10
Opening hours: Mon 5:30pm to 8:20pm, Tue-Fri 11:45am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10:20pm, Sat     5:30pm to 10:20pm, Sun 11:45am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10:20pm
Tel: 9010 4781
Pohang Seafood & Butchery is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Aurora Asian Kitchen & Bar

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Asian-fusion dishes and tapas are what Aurora Asian Kitchen & Bar is all about. The restaurant’s wide-ranging influences are apparent in dishes such as the Balinese Pork Jowl Rice ($12.90++), which features tender pork jowl marinated in Balinese sauce and served atop Japanese short grain rice; and the Trishaw Noodle with Fishcake Chips ($6.90++), which has yellow noodles and fishcake cooked in an old-school broth.

Unit number: #01-44/45
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 9655 4138
Aurora Asian Kitchen & Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Carbon&

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Rice bowls, udon, and craft beer—you’ll find all that and more at Carbon&. Their Yakiniku Beef (from $5.50) is one of their standout rice bowls, with succulent beef slices simmered in yakiniku broth, along with onions and an onsen egg. An interesting noodle option is the Dry Yuzu Udon ($5), which is enhanced by the citrusy flavour of the Japanese fruit.

Unit number: #01-43
Opening hours: Mon 11:30am to 7pm, Tue-Fri 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6243 6873
Carbon& is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Tim Ho Wan

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Dim sum chain Tim Ho Wan needs no introduction. As with all their other outlets, make the signature Baked BBQ Pork Buns ($7.80++ for three) the first dish you order—you’ll want to start your meal with its crumbly exterior and juicy barbecue pork interior. From there, you can order other dim sum dishes such as the Shrimp Dumplings ($6.50++ for three), or go for one of the rice, congee or noodle dishes.

Unit number: #01-01/02/03
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6684 2000
Tim Ho Wan is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Nature Cafe

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Nature Cafe offers high-quality vegetarian fare with an emphasis on healthiness. Their dishes, including the likes of Nature Fried Kuey Teow ($7+) and Soy Chicken Rice ($6+), are prepared without the use of MSG, garlic, onion, and wine. For spice fiends, there’s also Mala Xiang Guo ($16.90+) for you to feel the burn—the healthy way.

Unit number: #02-14/15
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8:45pm
Tel: 6702 3962
Nature Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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The newest eatery on this list, KAEDEN serves trendy cafe fare in a Scandinavian-influenced setting. Dishes such as Avocado Toast ($15+) and Chicken & Waffles ($19+) will satisfy your brunch cravings, while pasta lovers can order the classic Aglio Olio ($14+) or Seafood Marinara Pasta ($20+).

Unit number: #01-25
Opening hours: Mon 10am to 3pm, Tue-Sun 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6993 9137
KAEDEN is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Saizeriya

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Everyone has an opinion on Saizeriya, but few can deny that the casual Italian fare there is value-for-money. A plate of Carbonara goes for just $5.90, with no GST or service charge. If you want to get some pizza, you’re unlikely to complain about the price—a Pepperoni Pizza will set you back a mere $7.90.

Unit number: #03-07/08
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6386 2792
Saizeriya is not a halal-certified eatery.

What to eat at Aperia Mall

There’s plenty of food to enjoy at Aperia Mall, spanning all sorts of cuisines and price points. This list will help you narrow down your options when you set foot in this underrated mall.

For eateries to check out in the newly opened Northshore Plaza, read our 20 Northshore Plaza food places guide. If you’re looking for good food in Orchard, have a look at our 20 Paragon food places guide.

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