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Bedok Mall Food Guide: 8 Eateries For Taiwan Desserts, Yakiniku And More

20th December 2023

Bedok Mall food guide

Nestled in the heart of Bedok, which is said to be Singapore’s most populous estate, Bedok Mall stands as the ultimate one-stop food destination for many Easties. With an impressive lineup of over 70 eateries, you’ll have plenty of dining options here. Head over and explore these eight new eateries in Bedok Mall that span a wide array of cuisines from all over the world, including a Philippines-famous avocado chain and loaded martabak!

1. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

bedok mall food coffee bean

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is where it’s at if you’re seeking a spot to chill out with a cuppa coffee or tea. They are open round the clock, making it an ideal spot for chilling out any time of the day. The cafe also features ample natural lighting and a high ceiling which creates a comfortably roomy atmosphere.

They offer a vast selection of coffee, tea, ice-blended drinks, and cake slices. Explore their refreshing fruity cold brew tea series, featuring quality tea that’s steeped cold for over five hours. Choose from four different flavours available in Original or Sparkling: Peach Jasmine with Jelly ($8/$8.50/$9), Watermelon Mint Lychee ($8/$8.50/$9), Swedish Berries ($6/$6.40/$6.70), and Ceylon Black ($6/$6.40/$6.70). A standout was the Peach Jasmine with Jelly, a sweet and aromatic tea served with chewy jelly and juicy peach bits, topped with fresh mint leaves. Alternatively, opt for the Watermelon Mint Lychee, which boasts a pronounced lychee flavour.

Unit number: #01-01
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is a halal-certified eatery.

2. Smile Martabak

bedok mall food smile martabak storefront

If you’re craving Indonesian fare, head down to Smile Martabak, which offers a myriad of Indonesian street food. They are most known for martabak, AKA Indonesian-style pancakes that are somewhat similar to min jiang kueh. They offer two kinds of martabak here: martabak manis, a sweet variation, and martabak telur, a savoury alternative.

bedok mall food smile martabak

If you have a penchant for sweet things, a must-try is the Original Choco-cheese Martabak ($5.95 for three pieces, $19.30 for 10 pieces). This decadent dessert is a flavour explosion, jam-packed with chocolate bits and finely shredded cheddar cheese, delivering a burst of sweetness accentuated with savoury notes for balance. Otherwise, for something savoury, go for the Martabak Beef ($8.95 for six pieces, $17.65 for 12 pieces), served with fresh house-made achar, spicy vinegar sauce, and sambal. This dish features an eggy, meat-filled pancake with a crispy golden-brown exterior. Otherwise, if you’re in the mood for something with more heat, the Ayam Penyet with Indomie ($11.90) is a great option, boasting a spicy kick from the sambal ijo, an Indonesian green chilli paste. The dish is topped with crispy crumbs and a huge chicken drumstick that’s packed with flavour.

Simply flash this article to get a free Gado-gado ($8.90), AKA an Indonesian salad with peanut sauce, when you dine in and spend a minimum of $50. Valid till 31 January 2024.

Unit number: #01-03
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 10am to 11pm, Fri-Sat 10am to 12am
Smile Martabak is a halal-certified eatery.

3. Kebabchi Biryani

bedok mall food - Kebabchi Biryani

Muslim-owned Kebabchi Biryani is the place to visit for an authentic taste of Pakistani flavours. Here, they offer a diverse range of dishes including briyani, curries, kebabs, desserts and more. The casual diner also sports patterned walls adorned with geometric shapes and floral motifs, along with Pakistani music playing in the background for a unique dining experience.

Kebabchi Biryani

Go for their briyani series, featuring a variety of protein options: Chicken Dum ($12/$14), Mutton Dum ($14/$16), Lamb Shank ($22), Fish ($14) and more. Each set is served with mint raita, which is a creamy yoghurt sauce that helps cut through the richness of the dish. We preferred the Mutton Dum Biryani, starring fork-tender mutton accompanied by a bed of fluffy, spiced basmati rice. If you’re looking to share with a group, consider ordering Pakore ($5), AKA onion fritters, served with a tangy tamarind sauce. 

Diners can flash this article to enjoy a free Mango Lassi ($5) with every purchase of any briyani from the menu. Valid till 31 January 2024.

Unit number: #01-12
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 8950 0087
Kebabchi Biryani is in the process of obtaining their halal-certification.

4. CHICHA San Chen 吃茶三千

chicha san chen bedok mall

Get your bubble tea fix at CHICHA San Chen, one of the leading bubble tea brands in Singapore. CHICHA San Chen is highly praised for their distinctly fragrant and aromatic tea, where each cup is brewed to order with a patented Teapresso machine for maximum flavour extraction.

chicha san chen bedok mall food

Consider the classic Bubble Milk Tea ($5.30), a well-balanced blend of black tea, cream, and soft, chewy pearls that are not overly cloying. Another must-order is their Fresh Milk with Brown Sugar Bubble ($5.80), served with a beautiful swirled pattern formed by the brown sugar syrup drizzled around the cup. Those who are sensitive to lactose can opt for this drink with oat milk instead, at an additional cost of $1. If milk tea isn’t your thing, consider ordering the Fruit Tea ($5.80), a refreshing mix of pineapple, passionfruit, lemon, and other seasonal fruits.

Unit number: #B2-24A
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
CHICHA San Chen is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork, lard, or alcohol.

5. Avocadoria

avocadoria bedok mall food

Hailing from the Philippines, Avocadoria is a well-loved dessert chain that has been making waves in Singapore for their delicious avocado drinks, adored by the young and old alike. Following their successful launch in Singapore, Avocadoria has recently expanded with a second outlet here at Bedok Mall. The menu is diverse, offering a wide selection of avocado shakes, ice cream, and cheesecakes. 

Quench your thirst with their Avocado Shakes, available in six different flavours such as Avocado, Soursop, Mango, and Jackfruit, each priced at $9.80. Other options include the Avocado Coconut Keto ($12.80) and Dark Choco Avocado ($10.80). Each shake is served with a creamy avocado base topped with avocado chunks, almond flakes, chia, and flax seeds. 

If you prefer ice cream, try the Avocado Lover ($7.90/$8.90) instead, featuring generous layers of avocado soft serve, roasted almonds, mixed seeds, tapioca pearls, house-made cream, and caramelised cookies, topped with avocado chunks. If you’re on a budget, their Avocado Lover Naked Light Ice Cream is priced at just $4.90

From now till 31 January 2023, all you have to do is flash this article to get a 10% discount off your bill!

Unit number: #B2-09
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 9pm
Tel: 9003 3220
Avocadoria is not halal-certified, but is a Muslim-owned eatery.

6. Yakiniku Shokudo

yakiniku shokudo bedok mall food

Yakiniku Shokudo, a popular Japanese BBQ restaurant, is one budget-friendly option if you wish to satisfy your yakiniku cravings without burning a hole in your pocket. They are halal-friendly too! The set meals start from $8.90++ with options including curry rice, hot stone bowls such as the Spicy Miso Chicken Stone Bowl ($14.90++), and an array of sides.

yakiniku shokudo bedok

Get the best value for money with their Beef Karubi Chicken Set (90g for $10.90++, 180g for $14.90++), which comes with a serving of rice, miso soup, a side of kimchi, three dipping sauces━original, spicy, and shio tare━and hojicha. Otherwise, for an all-beef galore, opt for the Shokudo Set instead, priced at $21.90++ for half a portion, and $25.90++ for a full steak. This set features different cuts such as beef karubi, beef tongue, and beef steak. To complement your grilled meats, you can consider ordering their Corn Butter ($5.90++), Prawn Corn Butter ($7.90++), Scallop Corn Butter ($7.90++), and Mushroom Butter ($10.90++).

Unit number: #B1-51
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:15pm
Tel: 6241 0274
Yakiniku Shokudo is a halal-certified eatery.


nine fresh bedok mall food

For a refreshing respite from the sweltering heat, swing by NINE FRESH, which offers freshly scooped Taiwanese-style desserts! The local brand specialises in affordable beancurd, grass jelly, and aiyu jelly dessert bowls, starting from just $2.80.

nine fresh

Choose from 18 different pre-set bowls, a crowd favourite being the Fruity Ai-Yu Jelly ($3.80). This option includes aloe vera and mango pearl jelly, konjac jelly, milk balls, and taro balls. Another must-try is their Nine Fresh Signature ($3.50), a well-balanced mix of bean curd, grass jelly, red bean, green bean, pinto bean, peanuts, and taro balls. Alternatively, you can DIY your bowl with two simple steps: select your dessert base and customise it with a wide variety of toppings!

Unit number: #B1-08
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
NINE FRESH is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no gelatin or alcohol.


san ren xing flatlay

If you’re planning a gathering with your family or a group of friends, consider SAN REN XING for a delightful communal-style dinner featuring Fujian and Sichuan flavours. Their menu boasts over 80 dishes, including a diverse range of dim sum, rice and noodle dishes, double-boiled soups, steamed fish, meats, vegetables, and desserts.

san ren xing bedok

You can’t leave without trying their Golden Thread Sweet Yam ($16.90), starring deep-fried yam chunks encased in a crispy shell, and coated in caramelised sugar syrup, which creates a captivating thread-like texture when lifted. This addictively sweet and crispy dish is complemented by the tender and flavourful yam. For sharing, the Braised Nanping Noodle ($12.90++/$19.90++) and Sauerkraut Fish ($36.90++) are great options too. The former is an umami-laden noodle dish with a generous serving of seafood, while the latter features fresh, succulent fish in a sour-spicy broth, alongside wide and chewy sweet potato noodles.

Show this article to redeem a complimentary plate of Osmanthus Cake ($6.90++) per table! Valid till 31 January 2024.

Unit number: #B1-40
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6241 4618
SAN REN XING is not a halal-certified eatery.

What to eat at Bedok Mall

Whether you’re craving legit Indonesian fare, refreshing Taiwanese desserts, or hearty Japanese dishes, Bedok Mall has it all. 

Also, beyond this list of new eateries, if you’re hankering for a barbecue in the comfort of your home, consider checking out Cut Butchery. This recently opened butchery offers a variety of premium and fresh meats spanning poultry, pork, lamb, and beef.

Please note that terms and conditions apply for all offers mentioned in this article.

Find out more about dining at Bedok Mall here!

Address: 311 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 467360
Nearest MRT Station: Bedok (EW5)

Photos taken by Chew Yi En.
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