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10 Katong V Food Places For Burrata Pasta, Pineapple Cheesecake And More

18th July 2023

Best Katong V food places

There are many exciting food places in Katong to check out, and the fact that there are a few shopping malls there further increases your meal options when in the area. One of those malls, Katong V, has an interesting collection of eateries to check out, with Korean, Italian, and even Yugoslavian food to be found there. This list introduces you to 10 Katong V food places to consider when you’re shopping there.

1. Yun Ga Traditional Korean Restaurant

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Yun Ga Traditional Korean Restaurant is one of the more popular and well-known eateries in Katong V, and for good reason. The wide variety of Korean fare it serves is said to be authentic and delicious, and that’s enough to keep its patrons coming back.

Dishes offered here include hotplate dishes such as Pan Fried Pork and Kimchi ($20++), nourishing soup dishes including Soonbudu (from $12++), and hearty steamboat dishes such as Army Soup ($40++). And should you choose to have a K-BBQ feast, you can order the likes of 2 Kinds of Wagyu Beef ($88++) and Black Pork Belly ($38++).

Unit number: #03-12
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6447 9279
Yun Ga Traditional Korean Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Burrata Joy & Gustavo Lapasta

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A good burrata adds a burst of richness and creaminess to whatever ingredient it is on top of, whether it be pasta or meat. Burrata Joy & Gustavo Lapasta’s offerings are centred around this cheese, and if fans of the place are to be trusted, the restaurant delivers the kind of burrata I was talking about earlier.

Start with a treat such as the Cold Cut Platter ($19++), which consists of mortadella ham, salami, and parma ham, and be sure to add Burrata (from $9++) on top of it. Then, move on to mains including Aglio Olio ($16++) or Alfredo Peas and Chicken ($22++), ideally with some burrata on top, too. And should you choose, get some Tiramisu ($12++) to top off the meal nicely.

Unit number: #01-12/13
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 10pm
Tel: 83332742
Burrata Joy & Gustavo Lapasta is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Tomi Sushi

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Tomi Sushi is known for its high-quality, authentic sushi that uses excellent ingredients. In addition to its wonderfully fresh seafood, the rice used here is Niigata Koshihikari rice, considered by many as the best in Japan. You can try a range of their immaculately crafted sushi in the Tokujyo Nigigi ($69++), which features the likes of maguro otoro, uni, and ikura. If you prefer to have these ingredients in donburi instead, go for the Jyo Chirashi ($44++).

Unit number: #02-14/15/16
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 6348 7897
Tomi Sushi is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Bread & Hearth

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For toasts, sandwiches, and all sorts of bread-related eats, Bread & Hearth is a great stop. Most of the breads here are baked using traditional European methods, so you can expect them to have that classic and refined charm. Cafe fiends will enjoy the AvocaToast ($19.90++) or the Legendary Croissant ($16.90++), while those looking for a more interesting dish can try the Umami Unagi Bun ($19.90++). There are also pasta dishes here, such as the Pesto Portobello ($16.90++).

Unit number: #02-27
Opening hours: Daily 7:30am to 6:30pm
Tel: 6348 8068
Bread & Hearth is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. East Manhattan

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East Manhattan also offers artisanal bread, but unlike Bread & Hearth, there’s no dining area for you to monch on those eats. That doesn’t mean the bread here is any less impressive, however. There are simple, wholesome, and plenty substantial bread such as the Sourdough Wholemeal Loaf ($13.80 for two pieces) here, along with more tantalising picks such as the Japanese Premium Cream Cheese Bread ($5.80 for two pieces) and the Matcha Croissant ($5.80). There is also the adorable Cube Loaf ($7.80), which come in flavours such as coffee and cranberry.

Unit number: #01-04
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 8:30pm
Tel: 8157 3403
East Manhattan is a Muslim-owned eatery.

6. Wine Mansion

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As its name suggests, Wine Mansion is known for having a collection of excellent wines for you to purchase. But if you’d like to wine and dine, there are a bunch of reliable eats here, too. There are 10-inch pizzas such as the classic Margherita ($16++) and Tom Yum Seafood ($24++), as well as hearty mains including Grilled Chicken ($18++), Beef Stew ($22++), and Harissa Baked Barramundi ($22++). If you’re mostly there to savour wine and would like lighter snacks, though, the Cheese Platter (from $24++) is a good pick.

Unit number: #01-01
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6246 8366
Wine Mansion is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Group Therapy Coffee

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Group Therapy Coffee has coffee that’ll rejuvenate the soul, but also a variety of dishes for you to have along with that. If you’re there for breakfast or brunch, there are treats such as Breakfast Pancakes ($22), Poached Eggs on Toast ($19), and Savoury Crepe ($20). If you’re there for a filling lunch or dinner, however, you can turn your attention to dishes such as the Bacon Cheeseburger ($23), Meatball Marinara ($22), and the decadent Softshell Crab Pasta ($28)

Unit number: #01-11
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 6pm
Tel: 6440 0457
Group Therapy Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Ree.Connect By Ree And Mummy

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What started out as a mother-daughter duo’s home baking business now is a full-fledged cafe with plenty of delectable treats. They are most known for their cheesecakes, which come in a variety of flavours, including Charred Pineapple (from $6.50), Caramel Biscoff (from $6.50), and Chocolate Hazelnut (from $7.20). They also have Gelato (from $4), Toffee (from $22), and a range of drinks to choose from. This is a great spot for anyone who’s a fan of sweet treats.

Unit number: #01-03
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8928 5513
Ree.Connect By Ree And Mummy is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

9. Yugoslavia Bakery & Cafe

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Opened by a Macedonian couple, Yugoslavia Bakery & Cafe offers legit European pastries that are traditional snacks in their homeland. There are pies, such as Burek (from $5.40), which are filled with either beef, spinach and feta cheese, or just feta cheese. There are also Yugoslavian milk buns called Kifla ($2.60), which can be filled with either sweet stuff such as chocolate hazelnut or savoury ingredients including ham and cheese. Get these with a cup of Balkan Coffee($4.80) to complete the experience.

Unit number: #01-05
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Tel: 9028 4524
Yugoslavia Bakery & Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Nyonyas & Gentlemen Restaurant

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Nyonyas & Gentlemen Restaurant isn’t actually within Katong V the mall—it’s in Village Hotel Katong, the hotel section of the building. The restaurant serves Peranakan-fusion that’s innovative yet accessible. Dishes such as the Braised Beef Rendang ($32++) and Slow-cooked Braised Beef Cheek with Buah Keluak ($38++) will undoubtedly appeal to fans of Peranakan food, while fusion picks including Deep Fried Nyonya “Crab Cakes” ($26++) will excite. There are also familiar local dishes here, such as Char Kway Teow ($18++) and Singapore Chicken Rice ($22++).

Unit number: Level 4
Opening hours: Daily 6:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6241 4850
Nyonyas & Gentlemen Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.

What to eat at Katong V

These were some great food options to check out when shopping at Katong V. If you’re looking for more delicious eats in the wider Katong area, check out our Joo Chiat And Katong food guide. If you’re shopping at i12 Katong instead, read our i12 Katong food places listicle.

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Feature image adapted from  @cynthialoe, @breadandhearth, @winemansion_katong, @tangz, @nag.fusion.

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