15 Northshore Plaza Food Places For Lobster Rolls, Blue Pea Ice Cream And Hotpot
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15 Northshore Plaza Food Places For Lobster Rolls, Blue Pea Ice Cream And Hotpot

28th October 2021

Northshore Plaza food guide

Punggol is an up-and-coming hotbed for good eats, evinced by our Punggol food guide, and rundown of where to eat at Waterway Point. Joining the mix is a brand new waterfront mall known as Northshore Plaza, officially opening on 29 October. Split into two plazas, Plaza I and Plaza II, Punggol residents can look forward to an all-new shopping destination, as well as a place to feast. With that, here’s our Northshore Plaza food guide.

Please note that some eateries mentioned might not be open on 29 October due to licensing issues. All Plaza II eateries will only open in Q1 of 2022.

1. A&W 


When A&W first arrived in Singapore in 2019, the queues were astounding for their Jewel flagship, with locals keen to get their hands on the nostalgic bites. They’ve since expanded to four locations across multiple corners in Singapore, with this opening at Northshore Plaza counting as the fifth.

Head down to feast on their signature Root Beer Float ($3.50)—a fizzy, creamy treat to beat the heat—their famed Golden Aroma Chicken ($3.20 per piece), and finish off with their Curly Fries ($3.60) as a side. Don’t forget to end off with an ice cream and waffle treat too, priced at $5.90.

Unit number: Plaza II, #01-01/02/03
Opening hours: TBD

2. HaiDiLao 

haidilao northshore plaza food

Late-night hotpot suppers can now be enjoyed in Punggol thanks to HaiDiLao’s latest outlet opening. Choose from house-made soup bases that include flavours like tomato, tom yum, and mala, then add on their signature sides to fuel up on comfort fare. This includes their popular Mashed Shrimpwah (from $11), where ground shrimp turns into QQ fish cake-like bites when cooked, their specially marinated Mutton (from $11), and many more. They also have Fresh Pig’s Brain ($8.50) if you’re into offal!

Unit number: Plaza I
Opening hours:

3. Creamier 

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One of Singapore’s OG homegrown ice creameries is opening their fourth outlet in Punggol, expanding the Northshore Plaza food options to include yummy desserts. Expect a wide range of their signature ice creams available to enjoy in a cup or cone, or atop a piping hot, golden-brown waffle.

We recommend their Roasted Pistachio ($4.80), for really pronounced notes of pistachio, or their locally inspired Sea Salt Gula Melaka ($3.80) for moreish twist of sweet and salty. Coffee, tea, and other beverages will also be available to complete your break. You can also bring home a pint or two; their IG-worthy Blue Pea Vanilla ($16.90 per pint) is one popular pick.

Unit number: Plaza II, #01-04/05
Opening hours: TBD

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4. Dancing Crab 

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Dancing Crab is famed for their seafood in a bag options, which is great to enjoy with the fam if you all love crabs, crayfish, prawns, and the like. Get their DC1 Bundle, priced at $108++, for a whole 800g Sri Lankan crab, 350g of prawns, 350g of flower clams, corn, and chicken sausage, all tossed in a Cajun sauce. Otherwise, their Live Lobster Roll is also worth ordering. Priced at $41.80++, this feeds two, or one very hungry seafood lover, with two buttery rolls stuffed with lobster and a side of fries. You can top up $1 to swap out to truffle or sweet potato fries if you wish.

Unit number: Plaza II, #01-11
Opening hours: TBD

5. Gaku Sushi Bar 

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Futuristic Japanese diner Gaku Sushi Bar has branched out of the East with this new outlet. They specialise in mod-Japanese fare, with affordable omakase, as well as sushi and don sets. Depending on the time of day, you can expect their omakase to be priced below $90++. Though prices are low, the quality remains top-notch with fresh seafood. Those who prefer to dine ala carte should try their fusion pasta dishes, especially the Angel Hair Truffle Pasta with Hokkaido Scallop ($25), served chilled.

Unit number: Plaza II, #02-01
Opening hours: TBD

6. Gurney Drive Signatures by Penang Culture 

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Enjoy a taste of Malaysia at Gurney Drive Signatures by Penang Culture. This chain restaurant serves up authentic, homely Malaysian fare, from the likes of claypot assam curry fish head to Panang-style Western fare. Also expect hawker fare transported from the flavours found along Gurney Drive, Penang’s hawker mecca, at this eatery—from char kway teow to assam laksa, you’ll feel like you’re back across the causeway.

Unit number: Plaza II
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm

7. Slappy Cakes 

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DIY pancake cafe Slappy Cakes has closed down in Plaza Singapura, but they have since reopened in Northshore Plaza. The concept, which hails from America, allows diners to customise their own pancake combinations as well as designs, and prepare them straight on a tabletop griddle. Brunch-style mains are also available, from waffles with fried chicken, to toasts, and even pasta dishes.

Unit number: Plaza II
Opening hours: TBD

8. Grove

Grove - Rendang Curry with Blue Pea Nasi Lemak (1)
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Meatless meals don’t have to be boring at Grove, a vegetarian food place in Northshore Plaza. Their menu offers plant-based spins on Asian classics, such as Hainanese Curry Rice (from $8.80), Rendang Curry with Blue Pea Nasi Lemak (from $8.80), and even Lu Rou Fan (from $6.80). The eatery also has breakfast and dim sum dishes available, including Malaysian-style Curry Chee Cheong Fun (from $3.20) and a variety of bao if you prefer smaller bites.

Unit number: Plaza I, #02-39/K5
Opening hours: TBD

9. 4Fingers Crispy Chicken 

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4Fingers Crispy Chicken offers simple, delicious Korean-style fried chicken, available at affordable price points. Choose from hot, soy garlic, or mixed sauce to dress your chicken, and enjoy it either a la carte, with prices starting at $8.45, or in a combo, with prices from $10.95 for a six-piece Wingettes and Drumlets meal. If you prefer rice instead of fries, then they also sell fried chicken bento boxes from $9.95. 

Unit number: Plaza II, #01-09/10
Opening hours: TBD

10. Fun Toast

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Image credit: @funtoastsg

If kaya toast sets are your go-to breakfast, then rejoice, as Fun Toast is opening in the ‘hood. Signatures include their Yuan Yang Soft Bun Set ($5), featuring a duo of kaya-topped soft, thick toasts, served alongside your choice of hot drink, and soft boiled eggs. Other options include their Toastburger, as well as French Toast sets. The latter is available in a Honey Butter ($4.50) flavour, if you enjoy that uniquely Korean combo.

Unit number: Plaza I, #02-37/38
Opening hours: TBD

11. KOI Thé

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Get your bubble tea fix with KOI Thé’s new outlet at Northshore Plaza. Get your usual order, or try out their popular choices, from their Yakult Green Tea ($4.10), Golden Bubble Milk Tea ($4.30), and Hazelnut Mik Tea ($4.10). Sugar levels, toppings, and ice levels are all customisable as well. Keep an eye out for their seasonal specials too!

Unit number: Plaza I
Opening hours: TBD

12. Swee Heng 1989 Classic 

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Homegrown bakery Swee Heng 1989 Classic is a great pitstop for your snack or breakfast buys. Try their trendy Purple Potato Yam Mochi Tarik ($2.20) bun, a combination of mochi, sweet potato, and orh nee, or their generously stuffed Pandan Coconut ($1.60). The latter is literally packed with coconut, and housed in a fluffy pandan bun. They also sell cakes, swiss rolls, doughnuts, and savoury buns too!

Unit number: Plaza I, #02-03/04
Opening hours: 9am to 10pm

13. Sixth Floor Oyster Cake 

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Image credit: @sixthflooroystercake

Sixth Floor Oyster Cake began as a home-based business, but have since expanded to open a flagship at Northshore Plaza. Their takeaway kiosk will sell freshly handmade and fried Fuzhou oyster cakes—great as a snack as you jalan jalan. Their oyster cakes are full of liao, from minced meat to oyster rounds, and spring onions for freshness, so you get a little something with every bite. Prices are yet to be confirmed.

Unit number: Plaza I, #02-41
Opening hours:

14. Black Ball

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Taiwanese dessert bowl chain Black Ball is where you want to go for hearty desserts in Northshore Plaza. Their Black Ball Signature ($6.50) comes with the full monty, from taro and sweet potato mochi rounds, to beans, and pearls. Choose between warm or cold, and between your preferred shaved ice flavour, be it wintermelon or grass jelly. Personalised desserts are also available, starting at $2.50 for your base of choice. Finally, give their bubble tea a try! These are lowkey gems to satisfy your thirst, with flavours including their Taro Milk Tea with Mini Ball ($4.20) and 3Q Passion Green Tea ($3.90) rivalling many a big name bubble tea store. 

Unit number: Plaza I, #02-07/K3
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8917 5118

15. McDonald’s

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McDonald’s remains one of the most popular fast food outlets in Singapore, and while they have existing outlets in Punggol, their Northshore opening makes it more convenient for those living in the area. Grab your fave Extra Value Meals, or head down to nab their seasonal specials. If you’re feeling like a snack, their dessert kiosk or a la carte menu will have something for you.

Unit number: Plaza I
Opening hours: TBD

What to eat at Northshore Plaza

The next time you’re wandering around this new mall and thinking of where to dine, check out this guide for Northshore plaza food options. Otherwise, check out our BBBurgers review for Korean smashed burgers in Punggol, or our Maruhachi Donburi & Curry review for don bowls by an ex-restaurant chef in Punggol too.

Address: 407 Northshore Drive, Singapore 820407

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Featured image adapted from Creamier, Penang Culture, Dancing Crab, and Sixth Floor Oyster Cake.

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