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Pasir Ris Mall Food Guide: 15 Places For Cheap Hotpot Buffet, Souffle Pancakes And More

8th July 2024

Best Pasir Ris Mall food places

Easties will be happy to know that there’s yet another shopping centre in their hood: Pasir Ris Mall. The brand spanking new mall boasts a whopping total of 60 eateries, from casual cafes to famous restaurants. To help you sift out the best, here are 15 Pasir Ris Mall food places to check out the next time you’re in the East!

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1. Tim Hortons

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We’re most excited about the arrival of famous Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons! The casual cafe, which has over 5,000 outlets across the globe, is serving up their signature doughnuts here.  Priced from $2.90, these come in an assortment of flavours including Classic Glaze and Boston Cream. Don’t miss out on their other bakes too, with popular picks such as Lemon Glazed Muffin ($4.50) and Tiramisu Mousse Cake ($6.50). They’ve also got fancy coffee options: French Vanilla ($5.50), a creamy latte with a strong vanilla flavour, and Salted Caramel Macchiato Iced Capp ($7), an ice-blended cappuccino that’s perfect for a hot day.

Unit number: #02-64
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tim Hortons is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Butahage


Popular Japanese chain Butahage has an outlet in Suntec City, Century Square, and now Pasir Ris Mall! The restaurant comes from Hokkaido and is most known for their hearty pork donburi: Nanatsuboshi rice short-grain rice, grilled pork loin slices, and an 80-year-old tare sauce. You won’t go wrong with their signature Obihiro Meibutsu Japanese Pork Loin Don—$23.80++ for a large bowl and $18.80++ for the regular. There’s also a cheaper Obihiro Meibutsu Pork Loin Don that uses Canadian pork instead, priced at just $11.80++ for a regular bowl and $14.80++ for the large version.

Read our Butahage review!

Unit number: #B1-32
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6931 2155
Butahage is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Crolo 

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Crolo, run by the same team behind Swee Heng, has set up a takeaway shop at Pasir Ris Mall. The local brand is known for their affordable croissants, available in an extensive range of sweet and savoury flavours. Prices start at just $2.50 for a Plain Croissant and go up to $3.20 for their savoury flavours including Chicken Ham and Egg Croissant and Prawn with Scrambled Egg Croissant. They’ve also just launched a new Butter Vienna Croissant ($2.50), starring a soft bun packed with a slab of butter!

Read our Crolo review.

Unit number: #01-28
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9:30pm
Crolo is a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Jianghu Buffet

Image credit: Jianghu Buffet

If you’re at Pasir Ris Mall’s Jianghu Buffet for lunch on a weekday, you can enjoy free-flow hotpot and BBQ for 90 minutes at just $27.80++ per person! Make it a complete feast by topping up $3.80++ for unlimited servings of grilled fish.

The popular buffet restaurant offers 10 types of soup bases for you to choose from, including Tom Yum Seafood Soup, Pig Trotter Soup, and Sichuan Pickled Fish Soup.  Do note that you’ll need to top up for the broth—prices start at $2.80++ for a single one-person soup base. Look forward to an impressive variety of ingredients, from Korean Sauce Pork Belly and US Prime Beef Slices to ready-to-eat snacks such as Deep-fried Golden Buns.

Unit number: #01-24
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am to 10pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10:30pm
Tel: 9119 9626
Jianghu Buffet is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. San.wich 


San.wich, a homegrown kiosk with outlets at Tampines 1 and The Woodleigh Mall, has also set up shop at the basement of Pasir Ris Mall. You won’t go wrong with their savoury sandwich flavours, including the Fish Fillet w Cheese Sourdough Bagel ($3.20) and Grilled Chicken w Scrambled Egg ($3.20). Otherwise, for something sweet, get their IG-worthy Assorted Fruits Sandwich ($3.20), which nods to the popular fruit sando in Japan! Besides aesthetically pleasing sandwiches, the kiosk also offers a small selection of fresh bakes such as Chicken and Egg Mayo Focaccia ($3).

Read our San.wich review!

Unit number: #B1-K13
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9:30pm
San.wich is a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Genki Sushi 

Genki Sushi 1 For 1 Japanese Food

Sushi fans, take note: Genki Sushi has opened at Pasir Ris Mall! Choose from a huge lineup of well-priced sushi here, from the usual Ebi Sushi (U.P. $5.20++) and California Handroll (U.P. $5.20++) to more unique picks such as Smoked Duck Sushi (U.P. $4.80++). If you’re hosting a meal at home or visiting a friend’s place, consider getting their sharing platters, which you can order online and opt for pickup. Go all out with the Party Set C ($68.90+), featuring 46 pieces of sushi including the cult-favourite Salmon Mentai and Ebi Garlic Butter.

Unit number: #B1-33
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:15pm
Genki Sushi is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. The Hainan Story


The Hainan Story is on a roll lately, with openings at Chinatown Point, Northpoint City and many more. The popular local brand also has a brand-new eatery at Pasir Ris Mall, called The Hainan Story Coffee House! The casual cafe offers all-day breakfast such as Baked Hainanese Rice Cake Lasagna ($9.80): traditional Hainanese rice cakes in a hearty tomato sauce with parmesan, white sauce, and stewed eggplant. They also have a Gula Melaka Kaya & Cold Butter Toast Set ($5.80) alongside bakes such as Hainanese Pandan Coconut Kaya Roll ($3.70), both perfect for tea time.

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Unit number: #B2-36
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 9:30pm
The Hainan Story is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. Kopifellas 

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Kopifellas launched as a humble stall at Timbre+, before opening multiple outlets across the island—including a dine-in concept at Pasir Ris Mall, Kopifellas Cafe. Here you can caffeine up on local kopi and tea, priced from just $2 for a cup of hot Kopi O or Teh O. If you’re up for something more special, try their SG Kopilicious ($7), comprising brown sugar oat milk kopi zhnged up with coffee jelly. Besides drinks, you can also expect toasts filled with classic Kaya Butter (from $2.80), as well as a premium Matcha Milk (from $3) flavour. Otherwise, if you’re super hungry, consider their noodle dishes: think Laksa ($7), Minced Meat Noodles ($6.50) and more.

Unit number: #02-59
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 9pm
Kopifellas Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Earle Swensen’s 

Image credit: Earle Swensen’s

For halal-friendly Western food, head to Earle Swensen’s on Level 2 of the mall. You’ll find all-new croffles here, in the form of the All-Day Breakfast Savoury Croffles, served a la Tomato Bruschetta ($10++), Egg Benedict ($13++), or Croque Madame ($12++). If you prefer ’em sweet, go for the Honey Crunch ($10++), where a freshly baked croffle is topped with a scoop of Hokkaido Snow with Honeycomb Bits ice cream, then finished with hazelnut wafers, caramel sauce, and almonds. Don’t miss out on the restaurant’s new charcoal-grilled meats and Butter Burgs ($21++) too, the latter of which comes with Earle Swensen’s hand-crafted compound butter.

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Unit number: #02-16
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6995 2652
Earle Swensen’s is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Fluff Stack 

A stack of red pancakes

You can now get your souffle pancake fix at Fluff Stack, which has just opened an outlet at Pasir Ris Mall! Here, you can try their signature pancakes in the form of the Mochi Strawberry Cheese Pancakes ($15.50++), topped with cream cheese, fresh strawberries, strabwrry sauce, and mochi. If you’re more of a chocolate person, go for their Hazelnut Chocolate ($15++) flavour, which stars the same fluffy pancakes stacked with earl grey ice cream, hazelnut chocolate sauce, and whipped cream.

FYI: the popular dessert chain’s Suntec City, Northpoint City, and PLQ Mall outlets are all halal-certified.

Unit number: #B2-35
Opening hours: TBD

11. Fong Sheng Hao 

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Image credit: Fong Sheng Hao 

Casual Taiwanese cafe Fong Sheng Hao is famous for their charcoal-grilled toasts, available in a range of sweet and savoury flavours. We recommend their Pork Egg and Cheese Sandwich ($6.60+), where a marinated pork loin cutlet is sandwiched by fluffy omelette and cheese. Alternatively, get the Pork Floss Egg ($6.80+), which gets you a generous serving of sweet-savoury floss and an omelette. For drinks, you won’t go wrong with the Fong Sheng Signature Milk Tea ($3.90+), though you’ll find local Kopi ($2.50+) and Teh ($2.50+) offered here too.

Check out our Fong Sheng Hao coverage!

Unit number: #01-14
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 8:30pm
Fong Sheng Hao is not a halal-certified eatery.

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12. Kazo Cafe 

Kazo Cheese Tart

Swing by Kazo Cafe for your daily dose of tarts and puffs. This popular Taiwanese-inspired bakery and cafe is most known for their range of fresh bakes: their Baked Chocolate Cheese Tart ($3.80) and Taiwanese-Style Portuguese Egg Tart ($2.50) are must-tries here, but if you want something lighter, try their Crispy Puffs ($2.60)  instead. These come in a variety of flavours, including Matcha and Hokkaido Milk. That’s not all—if you’re here on a weekday for lunch, the cafe is serving a $13.90 lunch set that comes with a main and a starter, with hearty options such as Rendang Beef Nasi Goreng and Satay Bee Hoon!

Unit number: #B1-42
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Kazo Cafe is a halal-certified eatery.

13. Yakiniku Like

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Popular Japanese chain Yakiniku Like offers a great selection of yakiniku sets for solo or group dining. The cheapest set goes for just $9.90 for the Pork & Chicken Set (100g), which comes with rice, soup, and kimchi or salad. Those who wish to splurge can indulge in their A5 Miyakazi Wagyu menu: the Supreme Trio Set (250g) is priced at $29.90 for the 150g option, and $35.90 for 250g. This comes with A5 Wagyu Supreme Karabi, NZ Prime Rosu (loin), and US Karubi (boneless short rib).

Check out our Yakiniku Like review!

Unit number: #B1-31
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6931 2161
Yakiniku Like is not a halal-certified eatery

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14. Luckin Coffee

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Great news for caffeine addicts: popular Chinese coffee chain Luckin Coffee‘s Pasir Ris Mall outlet has dine-in seats! Their Iced Minty Coconut Latte ($8.50), which pairs creamy coconut milk with a cooling mint syrup and freshly pulled espresso, is a must-try. Else, order something from their Luckin Exfreezo series to beat the heat—their new Lush Coconut Exfreezo ($8) is a sweet and creamy slushie that’s made with coconut milk. Their Matcha Exfreezo ($8), a strong, green tea-flavoured treat topped with whipped cream, is equally popular!

Unit number: #B1-37
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 10pm
Luckin Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar

A piping hot bowl of noodles is one of our favourite comfort meals. At LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar, their Braised Beef Combination Noodle ($18.30++) just hits the spot with its succulent Wagyu slices, tendon, shank, and silky la mian, drenched in a savoury beef broth. If beef isn’t your thing, they have other protein options too; the Fragrant Pork Chop with Preserved Vegetable Noodle ($12.30++) and Pork Wanton in Chilli Vinaigrette ($10.90++) are excellent alternatives.

Unit number: #B2-31
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 10pm, Sat-Sun 10:30am to 10pm
LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.

Pasir Ris Mall food guide

Hopefully, this food guide will help you the next time you’re in Pasir Ris Mall and wondering where to eat!

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