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Parkway Parade Food Guide: 10 Places To Dine At For Korean Bagels, Chongqing Grilled Fish And More

25th June 2024

Parkway Parade food guide

Thanks to the recent opening of Marine Parade MRT Station on 23 June, all of Singapore has easier access to Parkway Parade, where a whole world of good food awaits. To give you a bit of a teaser on what good eats you can expect, we’ve prepared a guide to the best Parkway Parade food spots, ranging from family-friendly restaurants to affordable Korean fare, and new openings you can anticipate. 

1. Godmama


Newly opened Godmama, the only outlet in the East, is located at Parkway Parade, and it’s the place to be for hearty Peranakan food. The menu here is built upon traditional family recipes, giving their modern interpretations of Nyonya food a warm, homely touch.


Exclusive to Parkway Parade, the Crayfish Nyonya Mee ($23.90++) is a must-try for seafood lovers. This dish features a warm bed of noodles simmered in a robust stock of pork, prawns, and chicken, topped with huge crayfish, pork belly, and omelette slices. It’s also paired with a sweet-spicy pineapple and cucumber achar on the side! For something classic, we recommend the Ayam Buah Keluak ($24.50++) featuring a spicy-tangy chicken stew, perfumed with tamarind and candlenuts. End your meal with the Gingerflower & Lychee Sorbet ($11.90++), starring sorbet made by the popular local creamery Apiary. FYI, this flavour is only available at Godmama.

Unit: #01-69A/K5/K6
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 10pm, Sat-Sun 10:30am to 10pm
Godmama is not a halal-certified eatery. 



Known as one of the most popular spots for Chongqing grilled fish in Singapore, TANYU at Parkway Parade is their biggest outlet in Singapore. Even better, there’s a kid-friendly space with a huge play zone within the premises, so parents can dine in peace while their kids have a whale of a time.


The Grilled Fish with Fresh Green Pepper ($48.90++) is non-negotiable when it comes to having the best TANYU experience. This dish is great for sharing among four diners, so we encourage you to visit with a group. As with all Chongqing grilled fish, the numbing spice packs quite a punch. The Thunder Grape Drink ($5.80++) is perfect for mellowing the heat and makes for a great quencher. Those bringing their kids along can get the TANYU Kids Meal ($6.90++) featuring an adorable set of rabbit-shaped rice, hashbrowns, fish and vegetables, and fruits as the finale.  

Unit: #01-36
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
TANYU is not a halal-certified eatery. 

3. Saboten + Tagosaku


Saboten + Tagosaku is a collaborative concept between the famous tonkatsu brand Saboten and okowa chain Tagosaku. In case you didn’t know, this is Tagosaku’s first store outside Japan and one of the few okowa specialty eateries in Singapore. For the unfamiliar, okowa AKA Japanese glutinous rice, is a wholesome and healthy Japanese traditional dish normally served during festive occasions and celebrations in Japan.


We started our meal with the Akauo Okowa Set ($18.50 ++). This bento stars grilled Japanese red perch, which we enjoyed thanks to the fish’s firm texture and sweetness. This was a great accompaniment to the okowa, mixed with chicken, shiitake mushrooms, and edamame. The Saboten Special Set ($21.50++) was an equally tasty option, served with hearty portions of Uonuma Koshihikari rice, loin and tenderloin katsu, and ebi fry. Top up $5.50++ for the Salmon Okowa! Alternatively, the Cheese Tenderloin Katsu Set ($20.50++), comprising two pieces of cheese tenderloin katsu paired with miso soup, will fill you up in no time. 

Unit: #01-K35 & K36
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Saboten + Tagosaku is not a halal-certified eatery. 

4. Fish Mart SAKURAYA


Shop and dine, all at once, at Fish Mart SAKURAYA, one of the first restaurant-supermarket concepts in Singapore. There’s a wide variety of Japanese snacks and produce you can buy here, including fresh seafood and sashimi imported from Japan. What’s more, they offer an extensive and affordable range of quality sake.


The vibrant Bara Chirashi Don ($15++) boasts a colourful mix of sashimi chopped into bite-sized pieces. What you get in a bowl depends on what’s fresh and available for the day! One of our favourite services here is what they call “fresh catch dining”, where you choose your preferred fish or seafood from a display chiller, and have your pick prepared for you by chefs, on the spot. If you’re a noodles over rice kind of person, we recommend getting the Tempura Udon ($16++) for a comforting bowl of udon in a light dashi soup, served with a side of prawn and vegetable tempura.

Unit: #B1-84D
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Fish Mart SAKURAYA is not a halal-certified eatery.



Here’s one for fans of Korean bakes: B FOR BAGEL has a wide variety of loaded bagels and sandwiches, along with the viral Korean coin bread in five different flavours. This takeaway kiosk should be your go-to if you’re always on the go and looking to grab a quick bite.


The Bacon Cheese Omelette ($14.90) and Bulgogi Bagel ($14.90) were our top picks during our visit. The former is filled with an omelette, bacon, and cheddar cheese, then finished with dill yoghurt sauce and maple syrup. On the other hand, the latter comes packed with Korean grilled beef, pickled jalapeno, melted cheddar and mozzarella cheese, onion, and spring onion aioli. Those with a sweet tooth can get the Double Choco Bagel ($6.90) or the mall-exclusive Mazza+Nutella Korean Coin Bread ($6.50) that boasts a generous layer of mozzarella cheese and Nutella, giving us the best of both sweet and savoury worlds.

Unit: #01-K38
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
B FOR BAGEL is not a halal-certified eatery. 

6. Cedele


Cafe girlies will love Cedele for their tasty, wholesome cafe fare. You are spoiled for choice here as the menu offers a wide array of items, ranging from pasta and burgers to coffee and desserts. 


Health is wealth, so their Chicken Walnut Greens is great if you’re looking for something healthy yet delicious. This huge salad is a medley of grilled boneless chicken leg, walnuts, fresh mixed greens, an orange wholegrain mustard dressing and more. Alternatively, get the Sea Bass with Coriander Pesto Pasta for a winning combination of pan-seared sea bass, zucchini, edamame, red pepper, and a house-made coriander pesto sauce. End your meal on a sweet note with the popular Carrot Walnut Slice Cake, where a moist spiced sponge is beautifully layered with cream cheese and a cup of Red Chai Latte.

Unit: #B1-83D
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 8:30pm
Cedele is not a halal-certified eatery. 

7. dal.komm COFFEE & COFFEE BAR


For a quick tea break or midday pick-me-up, head down to the popular Korean coffee chain dal.komm COFFEE & COFFEE BAR. This is the only outlet in the East, so all the better for the Easties!


Beat the heat with their Injeolmi Bingsu ($18.90), starring shaved ice with roasted soybean powder, red bean paste, and chewy rice cakes. There’s also Rabokki ($15.90) for something more filling! You get chewy rice cakes and noodles blanketed in melted mozzarella cheese, and paired with crispy Korean fried seaweed rolls. Thankfully, their Rabokki isn’t too spicy as it’s tempered with a cream sauce, but in case it burns, get a huge cup of their Iced Honey Grapefruit ($9.50) to quell the heat.

Unit: #01-K33/K34
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
dal.komm COFFEE & COFFEE BAR is not a halal-certified eatery. 

8. Zhang Liang Mala Tang

parkway-parade-food-zhang-liang-mala-tangImage credit: Zhang Liang Mala Tang

Zhang Liang Mala Tang is a popular DIY mala restaurant in Singapore. FYI: they now have eight outlets across the country, including this latest Parkway Parade opening. This is a great hangout on days you crave a fiery meal!

If you can handle spice, go straight for the Classic Spicy with ingredients of your choice cooked in a creamy mala soup. But if spicy food isn’t your jam, worry not as there are milder options such as Tomato Soup and Fresh Mushroom Soup. And of course, there’s the Stir-Fried Spicy Pot for foodies—myself included—who prefer their mala dry. Here’s a tip: create a personalised concoction of dipping sauce at the sauce station to have the best experience here.

Unit: #03-01/02A
Zhang Liang Mala Tang is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Venchi

parkway-parade-food-venchi-gelatoImage credit: Venchi

Venchi is another new kid on the block, and a great place to swing by for quality Italian gelato. Currently, their new home at Parkway Parade is the first and only store in the East.

parkway-parade-food-venchi-chocolatesImage credit: Venchi

Gelato fans are in for a treat as the store serves up one of the widest gelato selections in Singapore, with a total of 16 different flavours. Out of the lot, go for the Extra Dark Gianduiotto to get a taste of their gelato of the month. There are other signature flavours worth a try too, including the Heritage Trio, Vita Dolce, and Summer Twist! Prices start from $11 for a Gelato Plain Cup/Cone, and you can top up $2 to add chocolate spread and grains to elevate your dessert to a Gelato Gourmet. Beyond their impressive array of gelato, there’s the mall-exclusive Bacio Di Dama Bundle priced at $88 (U.P. $108) perfect as a gift for your loved ones on special occasions. For those unfamiliar, these are crumbly hazelnut biscuits with a thin layer of chocolate!

Unit: #01-07/08
Venchi is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Dian Xiao Er (opening soon)


Catch Dian Xiao Er’s opening in August at Parkway Parade, which marks the 17th outlet in Singapore. FYI: the restaurant was recognised as the world’s number one herbal roast duck restaurant in 2023!


While you’re here, it’s a must to try their Signature Angelica Herbal Roast Duck (from $18.30++), famed for its 18-step preparation method, and tender meat. Aside from the signature, Dian Xiao Er has other roast duck flavours such as Ten Wonders and Wild Ginseng available. Families can also bring their kids along as there are three healthy kids menu sets endorsed by the Health Promotion Board: Tomato Chicken, Steamed Fish, and Shrimp Egg, priced at $9.90++ each.

Unit: #02-14 to 17/68 to 70
Dian Xiao Er is not a halal-certified eatery.

Where to eat at Parkway Parade

These are some of the best food spots to check out at Parkway Parade but bear in mind that they scratch the surface, and there are more great eats in the mall to discover and explore.

Find out more about dining at Parkway Parade!

Photos taken by Casandra Nicholas.
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