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10 Bendemeer Food Places For Rainbow Mee Hoon Kueh, Muah Chee Croissant And More

20th December 2023

Bendemeer food guide

With our office being in the Bendemeer area, we have always known that this place is filled with undiscovered food gems. Hence, we came up with a list of 10 Bendemeer food places you must visit. Even better, these places are located just minutes away from the MRT Station!

1. Madam Tyrant


Stalls specialising in mee hoon kueh are a dime a dozen in Singapore, but a bowl of colourful rainbow MHK? Now that’s a first. Madam Tyrant is where you can get MHK of five different colours and flavours all in one bowl; the aptly named Happy Bowl ($6.50) comprises original (white), pumpkin (yellow), spinach (green), sweet potato (purple), and beetroot (red). Plus, the broth is made using pork bones and chicken feet, and is simmered for hours to get that rich and robust flavour. Pair your MHK with their Handmade Meatballs ($4) crafted with preserved mustard greens (mei cai), five-spice powder and more!

Read our Madam Tyrant review. 

Address: 153 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207566
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8pm
Madam Tyrant is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Wild Coco


Wild Coco started as a kopitiam stall on McNair Road, and today, they have a tropical-themed restaurant with a bar counter in Bendemeer. Since they are best known for their nasi lemak, it’s a must to get the Nasi Lemak Ayam Berempah ($15.90+). The chicken leg is marinated with ingredients such as ginger and lemongrass for more than a day, so you can expect juicy, well-seasoned chicken meat. We also recommend getting a side of their Nyonya Assam Eggplant ($9.90+) featuring eggplants doused in a slightly sweet and spicy house-made paste. 

Read our Wild Coco review.

Address: 14 Hamilton Road, Singapore 209184
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 10:30am to 9pm
Wild Coco is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Prince Noodles


Finding legit KL-style ban mian in Singapore is not the easiest, but Prince Noodles comes through with their incredible handmade noodles. There are three noodle options here: ban mian, you mian, and mee hoon kueh. For starters, you must try the Dry Ban Mian ($5.50), starring thick, chewy strands of ban mian topped with a dark, savoury sauce. Here’s a tip: add a bit of their house-made chilli sauce to zhng up the flavours! A little goes a long way with this sauce as it’s very punchy. If you prefer soup to dry, opt for the Soup Mee Hoon Kueh ($5.50) instead. During our visit, we appreciated that the uneven hand-pulled noodles remained QQ even after being submerged in piping hot soup.

Read our Prince Noodles review.

Address: 380 Jalan Besar, #01-10, ARC380, Singapore 209000
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am to 11pm
Prince Noodles is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Tipo Osteria


Tipo is on a roll with their DIY pasta concept in Aliwal Street, Tipo Gnocchi in Bugis, and the latest addition to their family: Tipo Osteria. Start your meal with Lasagne Fritta ($15++): deep-fried lasagna cubes topped with parmesan cheese. Then, substantiate your meal with the Duck Mousse Ravioli ($24++) or Chicken Cotoletta ($30++). The former comes with a duck broth, while the latter comprises a fried chicken cutlet served with mustard sauce. Round up your meal on a sweet note with their Tiramisu ($12++) for a nice balance of mascarpone and coffee flavours. Else, the Olive Oil Cake ($12++) might do the trick!

Read our Tipo Osteria review

Address: 16 Hamilton Road, #01-05, Singapore 209186
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
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5. Keong Saik Bakery


Keong Saik Bakery is a favourite of many of us in the team, mainly because the cafe is a stone’s throw away from our office, and there are more than 20 different bakes to try. During our visit, we really enjoyed their Muah Chee Croissant Cube ($6.50), loaded with liquid black sesame in the core of the pastry. We appreciated that the paste was smooth and sufficiently sweet, without being clumpy in terms of consistency. If you like anything citrusy, we recommend the Pulau Limau ($9.20++). This dessert is essentially lime juice condensed into a gorgeous tart, topped with meringue.

Read our Keong Saik Bakery review.

Address: 70 Bendemeer Road, #01-03, Singapore 339940
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 7pm, Sat-Sun 8am to 6pm
Keong Saik Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Fu Quan Mixed Vegetables Rice


If you’re sceptical as to how good can a plate of economy rice  get, you just might find the answer to this question at Fu Quan Mixed Vegetables Rice nestled in Bendemeer Food Centre. For $3.50, we got a plate of rice with Sweet and Sour Pork, Egg Tofu, and Cabbage with Tang Hoon. Our favourite liao was the pork; the meat was tender yet crispy, and there was a nice balance of sweet and sour flavours. Pay a little more, and you can get yourself Braised Pork Belly, Stir-fried Potatoes with Sausages, and Curry Cabbage for $5.20. We particularly enjoyed the latter as it was fragrant and smooth. Plus you get tau kwa to soak up all that zhup!

Read our Fu Quan Mixed Vegetables Rice review.

Address: 29 Bendemeer Road, #01-03, Bendemeer Market & Food Centre, Singapore 330029
Opening hours: Sun-Fri 11:30am to 7pm
Fu Quan Mixed Vegetables Rice is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Standing right across Keong Saik Bakery is SYIP, a minimalist, spacious cafe with good coffee and hearty mains. If you love rosti, we recommend the Octopus Mentaiko Rosti ($26++) starring potato rosti with a charred octopus leg and ikura, then topped with bonito flakes and dressed with mentaiko mayo. Pair your meal with one of their drinks from the signature milk series such as Raspberry Pistachio ($7.50++) or Hojicha Goma ($7.50++). There are also plant-based milk alternatives here, including oat milk ($1) and soy milk ($1).

Read our SYIP review.

Address: 72 Bendemeer Road, #01-05, Singapore 339941
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 6pm
SYIP is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. Mentai King


If you’re like most Singaporeans who love anything mentaiko, hawker stall Mentai King near Bendemeer Market is made for you. They specialise in garlic butter fried rice served with different toppings, finished with torched mentaiko sauce. Out of the many flavours available, their Pork Cutlet ($8.90), Beef Cube ($9.90), and Salmon ($10.90) caught our attention. Each bowl comes with a good amount of aburi-ed mentaiko mayonnaise, tamagoyaki egg slices, and broccoli!

Read our Mentai King review.

Address: 27 Bendemeer Road, Singapore 330027
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Mentai King is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Singapore Bao


Only the early birds get dibs on the foods sold at Singapore Bao as patrons start queuing even before the opening time. The menu only sees two items: Lor Mai Gai ($2) and Siew Mai ($0.70). Though the selection is small here, their items are freshly handmade every day. We really liked the Siew Mai; each hand-rolled piece was chunky and meaty. If you like it as much as we did, you can get three pieces for $2 to save $0.10! 

Read our Singapore Bao review

Address: 29 Bendemeer Road, #01-61, Bendemeer Market & Food Centre, Singapore 330029
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 7:45am to 10am
Singapore Bao is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Two Bakers

Bendemeer-Food-two-bakersImage credit: @twobakerssg

One of the most Insta-worthy dishes at Two Bakers is the Forest Berries Pancake ($15+), featuring vanilla pancakes with strawberry compote, chantilly cream, and seasonal fruits. But if you’re not feeling something sweet, opt for the XO Seafood Pasta ($24+) instead. This hearty dish is served with spaghetti, clams, scallops, and tiger prawns doused in a house-made XO sauce. There’s also a good selection of desserts here with the likes of Yuzu Lemon Tart ($9.50+) for a blast of fruity and citrus flavours, as well as Lapis ($9.80+) for a more local touch. The latter comprises bandung jelly, salted gula melaka, pandan chiffon, and red bean mousse!

Address: 88 Horne Road, Singapore 209083
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 5pm
Tel: 6293 0329
Two Bakers is not a halal-certified eatery.

Best Bendemeer food places

Be it breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even supper, you can literally settle all your plans at this single stop. For something just down the road, there’s CAFE REN run by the same team behind the home-based bakery. Else, read our Lai Lai Taiwan Casual Dining review to see if their beef noodles and cheesy dan bing were worth a visit. 

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