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East Coast Park Food Guide: 10 Places For Famous Chilli Crab, Teppanyaki And More

6th December 2022

 Best food to eat at East Coast Park


I often romanticise the idea of seaside dining━feeling the gentle sea breeze blow against my hair, and watching the sun set gracefully in the distance while sipping on some fine wine. Recently, I found my answer to the best coastal dining options in Singapore when I stumbled across East Coast Park during one of my cycling trips. If you too are looking for the same, here are 10 East Coast Park food places to check out!


1. Atmosphere Thai Bistro


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Image credit: @blancheeze

Atmosphere Thai Bistro features a scenic Thai dining experience by the sea. Be spoilt for choice with their extensive menu, starring their Signature Tom Yum Mama ($48.80) and their Mega Platter ($38.80) which includes satay, grilled chicken and more! Their drinks menu has a wide selection of alcoholic to non-alcoholic beverages for patrons of all ages to enjoy. Good news for animal lovers━this restaurant is a pet-friendly establishment, so you can bring your pets along while you enjoy your meal here.

Address: Block 920, East Coast Parkway, #01-25/26/27, Parkland Green, Singapore 449875
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm to 11pm, Fri 12pm to 1am, Sat 11:30am to 1am, Sun 11:30am to 11pm
Tel: 6440 9705
Website
Atmosphere Thai Bistro is not a halal-certified eatery.


2. PS.Cafe


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You might already be familiar with PS.Cafe, renowned for their truffle fries and cakes. They have opened a new, minimalistic outlet at East Coast Park, fittingly naming it PS.Cafe by the Sea. Indulge in their classic PS. Burger ($30++) which comes with a thick juicy Angus patty, topped with vintage cheddar. 

For an interesting local twist, try their Crab & Prawn Laksa ($28++), a harmonious blend of fresh seafood and rich laksa broth topped with quail eggs. Complete your meal with some desserts, such as the Flourless Orange Cake ($16++) which comes with sweet orange butterscotch sauce. 

Address: Block 1110, East Coast Parkway, #01-05/06/07, Cyclist Park, Singapore 449880
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 11pm
Tel: 6708 9288
Website
PS.Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. Sand Bank


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Located conveniently right in the heart of East Coast Park, Sand Bank serves up quality teppanyaki by the beach. Their menu features offers seafood such as prawns and lobsters, as well as various types of meat including Wagyu beef and Iberico pork. If teppanyaki is not for you, you can select dishes from their sprawling main menu, with options ranging from Barbeque Pork Ribs ($29++) to Seared Salmon ($28++)

Address: Block 920, East Coast Parkway, #01-28/32, Parkland Green, Singapore 449875
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6247 7988
Website
Sand Bank is not a halal-certified eatery.


4.  East Coast Commune


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A personal favourite of mine, East Coast Commune is a gorgeous minimalist restaurant that prides itself on serving wholesome fare through collaborations with local producers. Food-wise, the Smashed Avocado Toast ($18), coupled with its fragrant aroma of pomegranate, is a popular healthy choice for brunch. Dessert lovers can choose the Classic Fresh Sourdough Waffles with Ice Cream ($16), which offers five different ice cream flavours including hazelnut and summer berries. If you are in the mood to quench your thirst, try their house-made drinks comprising Iced Lemon Honey Chamomile ($8) and Iced Hibiscus Passionfruit ($8).

Read our review of East Coast Commune here!

Address: Block 1000, East Coast Parkway, #01-03, Singapore 449876
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 6pm
Tel: 8950 4142
Website
East Coast Commune is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Jumbo Seafood


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Founded in 1987, Jumbo Seafood has established itself as a famous household name for seafood restaurants in Singapore. Their iconic Chilli Crab (from $88++) packs a punch with its classic chilli sauce. You can also try out other beloved zi char dishes they have to offer, including the Supreme Seafood Fried Rice ($22++) and Live Prawn Fried With Cereal ($26++).

They’re highly popular, so it’s best to make a reservation ahead of your meal!

Address: Block 1206, East Coast Parkway #01-07/08,  East Coast Seafood Centre, Singapore 449883
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm to 11pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 11pm
Tel: 6442 3435
Website
Jumbo Seafood is not a halal-certified eatery.


6. Stella Seaside Lounge


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For great sea views and plane spotting, Stella Seaside Lounge offers the perfect seaside al fresco dining experience. Treat yourself to a seafood fiesta ranging from Live Boston Lobster ($59++) to White Wine Mussels ($19++) as you watch the sun set on the horizon. If you’re coming in a group, go for the classic small bites such as their famous Truffle Fries ($14++) or Grilled Pork Skewers ($16++).

Address: 11 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499740
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm to 10:30pm, Sat-Sun 12pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6214 9168
Website
Stella Seaside Lounge is not a halal-certified eatery.


7. High Tide Bistro and Bar


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Located at PAssion WaVe @ East Coast, High Tide Bistro and Bar is a favourite for water sports enthusiasts after a day on the sea. The Chargrilled Tiger Prawns ($38++) is a popular pick, dressed with olive oil and dusted with sea salt flakes. For local delights, try The Satay Club (from $10++) which offers either chicken or beef satay, accompanied by peanut dipping sauce. Vegetarian options are available too, including the Vegetarian Thai Green Curry Pasta ($20++) and Vegan Quesadilla ($20++) for those who prefer a healthier and sustainable food option. 

Address: Block 1390, East Coast Parkway, PAssion WaVe @ East Coast, Singapore 468961
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm to 11pm, Sat-Sun 11am-11pm
Tel: 9734 2649
Website
High Tide Bistro and Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.


8. Breeze Seafood & BBQ


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If you are a huge fan of seafood barbecue, look no further than Breeze Seafood & BBQ for a delicious spread of seafood and BBQ items. Located in Food Splash, a food court located at East Coast Park, they’ve got a signature Sambal Stingray (from $12), which our writer enjoyed for its tenderness. Double up the heat with their Sambal Sotong (from $12), a delicately spicy dish that will have you craving more. 

Check out our full review of Breeze Seafood & BBQ here!

Address: Block 902, East Coast Parkway, #01-02, Food Splash, Singapore 449874
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8459 2824
Website
Breeze Seafood & BBQ is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. St. Marc Bakery and Bar


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St. Marc Bakery and Bar is a cosy Japanese cafe that serves up a variety of brunch classics and sandwiches, including their signature BB St. Marc Wagyu Burger ($21.80++). This comes with a thick succulent patty of Wagyu beef, blanketed with melted cheese for added goodness. Enjoy unique dishes such as Carbonara Mochi Pasta ($16.80++), a palatable combination of carbonara cream spaghetti topped generously with bacon slices.

Address: Block 920, East Coast Parkway, #01-09/10, Parkland Green, Singapore 449875
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm to 930pm, Fri 12pm to 12am, Sat 9am to 12am, Sun 9am to 1030pm
Tel: 6342 1786
Website
St. Marc Bakery and Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.


10. Coastal Rhythm


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Coastal Rhythm is located right outside Singapore’s Wake Park, making it a convenient location for both water skiers and runners to enjoy a feast after their workouts. Indulge in their Wagyu Beef Burger ($22++) prepared with premium Australian Wagyu beef, and topped with caramelised onions and sauteed mushrooms. For a comforting, hearty option, go for their Fusion Grilled Salmon (22++), where its marinated pan-seared salmon is drizzled with teriyaki sauce, and paired with a bowl of Japanese rice.

Address: 1206A East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449891
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 10am to 11pm, Fri 10am to 1am, Sat 9am to 1am, Sun 9am to 11pm
Tel: 6636 3705
Website
Coastal Rhythm is not a halal-certified eatery.


Where to eat at East Coast Park


If you are looking for an affordable yet delicious fix at East Coast Park, check out our East Coast Lagoon Food Village guide, a popular hawker centre located at the heart of East Coast Park! Otherwise, if you happen to be visiting Singapore’s famous attractions near Gardens by the Bay, here is our Gardens By the Bay food guide.

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Feature image adapted from @i_live_to_eat and @chubbypatwoties

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