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10 i12 Katong Food Places For Lu Rou Fan, Korean Pizza And More

8th July 2022

i12 Katong food guide


i12 Katong is back and better than ever. After undergoing a two-year renovation, the mall now has a host of new shops, facilities, and of course, eateries. While some food places from the mall’s previous iteration are returning, most of them are new additions that span a range of cuisines. If you’re feeling hungry after window shopping at the revamped mall, this list will help you decide which restaurant or cafe to dine at.


1. Bistro Bytes


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Bistro Bytes is the crowning jewel of i12 Katong’s smart mall concept. At the digital ordering kiosk, you can choose from eight F&B providers—My Tampopo, The Pasta Project, and Milksha, to name a few—and you’ll soon find your order in one of the lockers situated next to the kiosk.

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And since it’s a fully automated store, you can also order via the KLIK by Keppel mobile app, giving you the option of having the food delivered right to your doorstep.

Unit number: #02-12/14
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm


2. Wings Bar & Cafe


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Delicious chicken wings, an aviation theme, and classic rock tunes blaring out of the speakers—that’s the Wings Bar & Cafe experience. Aside from yummy wings of various flavours, including Honey BBQ and Carolina Reaper, heartier meals such as Half Rack BBQ Smoked Ribs ($32++) and good ol’ Beer Battered Fish & Chips ($24++) are satisfying eats worth trying as well.

Unit number: #01-11/13 & 29
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website
Wings Bar & Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. Yum Yum Thai


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For simple, no-frills Thai food, drop by Yum Yum Thai, a modest stall located in the basement of i12 Katong. Tender Chicken with Basil Rice ($7.90) and Beef Slice Boat Noodle ($8.90) are some of the standout options here. Don’t forget to order a cup of Thai Milk Tea (from $3.90) to go with these dishes!

Unit number: #B1-50
Opening hours: 10am–10pm
Tel: 8100 0676
Yum Yum Thai is not a halal-certified eatery.


4. Typhoon Cafe


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At Typhoon Cafe, not only can you get hearty Taiwanese fare, but you can also get all the decadent desserts that grace the country’s best cafes.

Dishes such as the classic Taiwan Lu Rou Rice ($13.50++) and Panko Canadian Pork Chop La Mian ($14.50++) will fill your belly in no time, and you can follow those up with some fluffy souffle pancakes. The Souffle Stackers with White Rabbit Milk Pudding and Vanilla Ice Cream ($17.90++), for instance, was melt-in-the-mouth good and full of milky flavour.

Unit number: #B1-10 & B1-37
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6513 1322
Website
Typhoon Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.


5. GOPIZZA


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GOPIZZA offers ‘zas with a twist. These single-serving pizzas come in all sorts of Korean-inspired flavours, including Beef Bulgogi ($10.90+) and Yangnyum Chicken Pizza ($10.90+). Those looking for more conservative flavours can get the Classic Cheese Pizza ($7.90+), while pasta lovers can opt for the affordable Aglio Olio ($6.90+).

Unit number: #B1-32
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10am
Tel: 6513 0522
Website
GOPIZZA is not a halal-certified eatery.


6. IPPUDO


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IPPUDO is known for its authentic ramen, and this i12 Katong outlet is no exception. If you’re looking for tonkotsu ramen with a little more zing, get the Akamaru Basic ($15.85++)—you’ll still get the richness of the tonkotsu broth, but with even more umami flavour, courtesy of blended miso paste and garlic oil.

Unit number: #01-04
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6908 8119
Website
IPPUDO is not a halal-certified eatery.


7. PS.Cafe


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Image credit: @pscafe

If you’re looking for a picturesque eatery in i12 Katong to unwind and enjoy decent food, then there’s no better place than PS.Cafe. Food-wise, PS. Burger With Shoestring Fries ($30++), Laksa Leaf Pesto (26++), and the famous Truffle Shoestring Fries ($8++) come highly recommended. There’s also a pet-friendly outdoor terrace for you to soak in the hustle and bustle of Joo Chiat Road.

Unit number: #01-01/02/03
Opening hours: Daily     11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6708 9288
Website
PS.Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.


8. Ayam Penyet President


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Image credit: Ayam Penyet President

Ayam Penyet President will satisfy your fried chicken cravings. The titular Ayam Penyet ($7.50) features crispy on the outside, tender on the inside chicken. Besides that, you can amp up your meal with other Indonesian dishes such as the Tahu Telur ($6.50) and Beef Rendang ($7.90), among many others.

Unit number: #04-07
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9pm
Tel: 6908 6486
Website
Ayam Penyet President is a halal-certified eatery.


9. Malaysia Boleh!


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Image credit: @ruhnaynayeats

You’ll find all sorts of authentic Malaysian fare at popular food court Malaysia Boleh!. Options range from KL Hokkien Mee (from $5) to Petaling Street Claypot Chicken Rice. Don’t miss the Damansara Chilli Pan Mee (from $4.50) too, as the combination of springy pan mee noodles and an aromatic chilli mix is said to be utterly delicious.

Unit number: #B1-06/08
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website
Malaysia Boleh! is not a halal-certified eatery.


10. 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 ($8++ 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 ($6.80++ for three), or go for one of the rice, congee or noodle dishes.

Unit number: #02-01/02
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 10:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6636 2000
Website
Tim Ho Wan is not a halal-certified eatery.


What to eat at i12 Katong


The revamped i12 Katong has plenty of food options, both new and old, for you to check out. Check out these dining spots if you’re unsure what to try at this new and improved mall!

For more eateries in the Joo Chiat and Katong area, have a look at our Joo Chiat And Katong Food Places guide. If you’d like to try some Toa Payoh cafes, read our Toa Payoh Cafes To Visit guide.

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