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16 Clementi Food Gems For Legit Jjajangmyeon, Cheap Xiao Long Bao And More

20th February 2024

Clementi food gems for all foodies


Clementi boasts numerous tasty dining spots, especially with new ones popping up annually. Many of them are also located just minutes away from Clementi MRT Station and bus interchange, making them highly accessible. If you’re in the area, we recommend checking out these Clementi food places that are worth a try.


1. OLLA Specialty Coffee


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Located 10 minutes away from Clementi MRT Station, OLLA Specialty Coffee serves up Western-style brunch with a variety of drinks. Their most popular brunch selections are the Smashing Avo w Scrambled Eggs ($14.80++) and the Shakshouka Baked Eggs ($15.80++). Pair your meal with their Pourover Filter Coffee ($9++) or the Signature Honey Hibiscus Iced Shaken Tea ($6.50++). If you’re looking for a sweet treat, they also offer Buttermilk Waffles with Gelato at $15.90++ with your choice of ice cream. 

Address: 381 Clementi Avenue 5, #01-402, Singapore 120381
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 8am to 5pm
Website
OLLA Specialty Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.


2. Xin Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao


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Right outside Clementi Mall lies Xin Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao, hidden inside a kopitiam. They sell affordable Shanghainese food, with their most popular item being the Xiao Long Bao. For $5, you get six pieces of juicy pork-filled dumplings. Try their Chicken Chop Noodles as well – priced at $5, you get a huge bowl of noodles with a generous amount of chicken, black fungus as well as some leafy vegetables. The ingredients complement each other well, and the affordable price keeps one coming back for more.

Read our Xiang Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao review.

Address: 442 Clementi Avenue 3, Bistro8@Clementi, Singapore 120442
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9.30pm
Tel: 9227 5958
Xiang Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Fragrance Paradise Ma La Xiang Guo


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Situated at a kopitiam beside the bus interchange is Fragrance Paradise Ma La Xiang Guo. This stall’s ma la xiang guo is decently priced, and they offer a wide range of ingredients including various types of meat ($3.30), seafood ($3.50), vegetables ($1.50), mushrooms ($2.80), and instant noodles ($1.50). If you’re looking to satisfy your ma la xiang guo cravings, this is one of the options you can consider.

Address: 443 Clementi Avenue 3, Food Pavilion, Singapore 120443
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Fragrance Paradise Ma La Xiang Guo is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. O.BBa Jjajang Express 


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Westies can now get their Korean food fix at O.BBa Jjajang Express’s Clementi outlet! Though their shop is located inside a kopitiam, don’t be fooled by it as their food is authentic and affordably priced! Try their Jjampong priced at $9.90, which comes with seafood such as mussels and prawns. Alternatively, they also offer Jjajangmyeon, Korean noodles in black bean sauce at $7.50. If you’re looking for small bites, get their Kimchi Dumplings, priced at $2.50 for 3 pieces

Address: 450 Clementi Avenue 3, #01-271, Singapore 120450
Opening hours: Daily 11am-3pm, 5pm-8.30pm
Website
O.BBa Jjajang Express is not a halal-certified eatery.


5. Springleaf Prata Place


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If you’re looking for a 24-hour supper spot, Springleaf Prata Place is here to satisfy your cravings. They serve your usual Indian Muslim cuisine with a twist, as seen with interesting creations such as Prata Alfredo ($11.80) and Salted Egg Prawn Prata ($12.90)! Additionally, they also offer unique mocktail creations such as Lychee-Tini and Shirley Cherry, both priced at $5.30

Address: 1 West Coast Drive, #01-108/109, NEWest, Singapore 128020
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6996 4962
Website
Springleaf Prata Place is a halal-certified eatery


6. Hello! Brew Bar


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Hello! Brew Bar is a relatively new store to join the bubble tea scene in Singapore. Despite only being here for less than a year, they offer an extensive menu with an array of drinks. Their bestsellers include the Roasted Creme Brulee Pudding Milk Tea, Coconut Shake with Coconut Pudding and the Honeydew Sago, all affordably priced at $3.90. You can also choose to upsize your drink for just $1

Address: 449 Clementi Avenue 3, Clementi Town Centre, #01-233, Singapore 120449
Opening hours: Daily 8.45am to 9.30pm
Website
Hello! Brew Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.


7. Little Myanmar Halal Foods


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Little Myanmar Halal Foods is a hidden gem in Clementi. They have a range of interesting Burmese dishes to check out,  such as the Creamy Soft Tofu Noodle ($6) and the Myanmar Coconut Laksa ($6), both of which are uncommon in Singapore. The food is said to be homely and comforting, and it is recommended by many Burmese living here! 

Read our Little Myanmar Halal Foods review.

Address: 328 Clementi Avenue 2, #01-220, Singapore 120328
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 9am to 8:30pm, Sat-Sun 8:30am to 8:30pm
Website
Little Myanmar Halal Foods is a halal-certified eatery. 


8. Boon Kee Wanton Noodles


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Located inside Clementi 448 Market and Food Centre is Boon Kee Wanton Noodle, a family-run stall that has been popular amongst residents. As the name suggests, they are famous for their Wanton Noodles, which cost $3.50 and $4.50 for the small and big sizes respectively. If you’re looking for a light bite, you can also opt for their sides, such as the Fried Dumpling ($5 for five pieces)

Address: 448 Clementi Avenue 3, #01-40, Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre, Singapore 120448
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6am to 2:30pm
Boon Kee Wanton Noodle is not a halal-certified eatery. 


9. Li Yuan Mee Pok 


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Although Li Yuan Mee Pok is two bus stops away from Clementi MRT Station, it dishes out unique noodle creations, such as their Japanese Fusion mee pok in flavours such as  Miso ($6.50) and Shoyu ($7.50). For $10, you can get their Char Siew Japanese Mee Pok in your preferred flavour. If fusion food is not for you, you can also choose their Crayfish Mee Pok or their Large Prawn Noodle, both priced at $10

Address: 710 Clementi West Street 2, #01-247, Rong Fa Coffee Shop, Singapore 120710
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 8am to 3pm
Tel: 8280 0088
Li Yuan Mee Pok is not a halal-certified eatery.


10. 308 Fish Steamboat and Zi Char


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308 Fish Steamboat and Zi Char is the perfect place for family gatherings during occasions such as Chinese New Year. Depending on the type of fish you order, prices for the Signature Fish Steamboat starts from $70. The fish is deboned and served separately. Aside from that, they also offer a myriad of zi char dishes to share, such as Hot Plate Deer Meat (from $20), Yam Ring ($25), and Crab Meat Shark Fin Soup (from $40). Come here to fix your zi char cravings!

Address: 308 Clementi Avenue 4, Singapore 120308
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6777 7455
308 Fish Steamboat and Zi Char is not a halal-certified eatery.


11. Mee Bagus 


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Mee Bagus is a muslim-friendly stall selling renditions of local noodle dishes. At $6.80, the Mee Bagus Special is an upgraded version of halal bak chor mee. Ingredients include abalone squid slices, chicken breast meat, fishballs, meatballs, mushrooms, and a lava egg. For spice lovers, you can try the Volcano Ayam ($6.80), —served with their volcano sambal on top of the above-mentioned ingredients. There are also side dishes such as Crispy Wonton ($4.50 for 12 pieces if you want a small bite. Although the shop is located inside a kopitiam, it is decorated to make it feel like you’re dining in a modern, casual restaurant instead. 

Address: 380 Clementi Avenue 5, #01-376 Kedai Kopi, Singapore 120380
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 9pm
Tel: 6755 6900
Mee Bagus is a halal-certified eatery.

 


12. MADLYGOOD


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Situated within The Clementi Mall lies MADLYGOOD, a cafe selling indulgent waffles, crepes, and more. They are known for their Signature Chunky Waffles (from $10.50), in particular the Pistachio Creme Waffles ($16.50). Alternatively, opt for their Matcha Crepe ($13.50) with its homemade matcha sauce if you’re looking for something unique. MADLYGOOD also offers a variety of drinks—caffeinated and non-caffeinated—for you to choose from. These include their Milkshakes (from $9.50), Kombucha (from $6), or their Espresso (from $4.50) options. 

Address: 3155 Commonwealth Avenue West, #05-22, The Clementi Mall, Singapore 129588
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 8044 7130
Website
MADLYGOOD is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork or lard


13. Soon Lee Porridge


Soon Lee Porridge is well-known among residents for serving up hearty bowls of Hainanese Porridge. They offer three types of porridge, namely pork, chicken, or fish, and prices range from $4 to $6 regardless of the type of protein you choose. There is also an option to add an egg for an additional $0.50. Soon Lee’s porridge is generally thicker than other places, and contains fried shallots and green onions as well. 

Address: 448 Clementi Avenue 3, $01-50, Clementi 448 Market and Food Centre, Singapore 120448
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 6am to 8:30pm, Sat 6am to 4pm
Soon Lee Porridge is not a halal-certified eatery.


14. Huang Tu Di Xi’An Delights 


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Focusing on Shaanxi Province cuisine, one Xi’An native set up Huang Tu Di Xi’An Delights to bring said cuisine to our shores. Located inside 321 Clementi, they specialise in the 3-in-1 Biang Biang noodles ($11.80), but also offer other options such as Zha Jiang Noodles ($9.50) and Rou Jia Mo ($6.80), otherwise known as the Meat Bun. The food is highly raved about by many since their portion is said to be huge. Most of their food is made to be really spicy, but you can opt to change it according to your taste. 

Address: 321 Clementi Avenue 3, #02-08, 321 Clementi Mall, Singapore 129905
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6902 5480
Huang Tu Di Xi’An Delights is not a halal-certified eatery.


15. Soi 47 


If you’re looking to satiate your Thai food cravings, look no further than Soi 47! Located two stops away from Clementi MRT Station, Soi 47 is a convenient option for those living in the West. Their popular options include Claypot Tang Hoon with Prawns ($16), Steamed Seabass with Thai Lime Sauce ($26), and Pineapple Fried Rice ($6.80). Soi 47 also caters to those with a sweet tooth, selling renowned desserts such as Red Ruby ($3.50) and Mango Sticky Rice ($5.50). Aside from that, they also sell typical drinks such as Thai Milk Tea from $3, so drop by here to fix your Thai food cravings!

Address: 354 Clementi Avenue 2, #01-235, Singapore 120354
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10pm
Tel: 6355 4747
Website
Soi 47 is not a halal-certified eatery.


16. Get Some


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Get Some is a place where you and your friends are able to come together and enjoy Western-Chinese fusion food and drinks. What’s special about this place is that they curate a variety of Craft Beers On Tap from both local and international breweries, with prices starting from $12 during their happy hour. Alternatively, they also offer non-alcoholic drinks such as soft drinks ($3) and mocktails ($6.90) too. Pair your drinks with their mains such as Seafood Laksa Pasta ($15.90), 6-piece Prawn Paste Chicken ($9.90), and Pizza with different toppings from $17.90

Address: 727 Clementi West Street 2, #01-282, Singapore 120727
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10:30am to 11:30pm, Sun 10:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 8014 7157
Website
Get Some is not a halal-certified eatery.


Clementi food to curb your hunger pangs


Hello Westies! It is time to jio your makan kakis down for a food trail in Clementi to savour all the good food that you have missed. As all these food stalls are accessible, there is no reason for you to turn them down! Check out our Clementi Mall food guide if you’re looking for more grubs around the area, or take a look at our Good Day Bakery review at Clementi if you’re looking for a small bite!

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Feature image adapted from OLLA Specialty Coffee

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