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10 Simpang Bedok Food Places For Famous Mee Pok, Handmade Pizza And More

5th July 2024

Simpang Bedok Food Guide

The East has always been a food haven, with hawker centres such as Bedok 85 Feng Shan and Changi Village Hawker Centre. Located just a stone’s throw away from East Village, Simpang Bedok is another popular place for many foodies to visit as its home to many well-known eateries and restaurants. In case you’ve never been there before, here’s our list of the best Simpang Bedok food places for your easy reference. 


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1. Jalan Tua Kong Lau Lim

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If you’re a BCM connoisseur, you’ve definitely heard of Lau Lim Mee Pok, a household name in Singapore. They’re known for their Dry Mee Pok ($6/$7/$8) that comes with a generous serving of minced meat, sliced pork, fish cakes, handmade fishballs, and bean sprouts. If mee pok is not your preferred noodle, they also offer yellow noodles, mee kia, kway teow, or bee hoon. 

To share, get the Handmade Fishball Soup ($6/$7/$8) that is also highly popular among customers. The irregularly shaped fishballs—proof that they’re handmade—are said to be highly chewy and delicious. Waiting times during peak hours can go up to 30 minutes to an hour, so come earlier to get your fix! 

Address: 348 Bedok Road, Simpang Bedok, Singapore 469560
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 7am to 5pm
Jalan Tua Kong Lau Lim is not a halal-certified eatery. 

2. Wanton Noodle House

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Wanton Noodle House is a family run eatery dishing bowls after bowls of wonton noodles since 1980. their Wanton Char Siew Noodle ($6) and the Shrimp Dumpling Noodles ($6) are the most popular options. All noodles are cooked al dente and pair perfectly with the ingredients. You’ll get a substantial serving of fried pork lard and green chilli to elevate your meal too! If you’re here with a group, you can get the Fried Carrot Cake ($6) or the Ngo Hiang ($6.70) to share too!

Address: 312 Bedok Road, Bedok Shopping Complex, Singapore 469475
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 9am to 9pm
Wanton Noodle House is not a halal-certified eatery. 

3. Selegie Soya Bean

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If you’re craving some desserts after your meal, visit Selegie Soyabean for their traditional desserts and soya bean drinks! They have your usual favourites—the Classic Soymilk or Grass Jelly Drink, both priced at $1.70. They also offer unique items such as Peppermint Soymilk With Pearl ($2.50) and Bandung Soymilk With Pearl ($2.80)

For desserts, opt for their Soya Beancurd With Glutinous Rice Balls ($2.70). You can choose between black sesame, peanut, or red bean for the filling in the rice balls too. Otherwise, the Beancurd With Gula Melaka ($2.30) is also a highly popular choice. 

Address: 320 Bedok Road, Bedok Shopping Complex, Singapore 469487
Opening hours: Daily 7:30am to 10:45pm
Selegie Soyabean is not a halal-certified eatery. 

4. Smitten Ice Cream Bar

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If traditional desserts are not your thing, visit Smitten Ice Cream Bar for your sweet treat! Here, a single scoop costs $3.80, with every additional scoop at $3.50. They serve a variety of flavours such as putu piring, refreshing lychee, and artisan chocolate, to name a few. Pair your ice cream with their Signature Waffles ($5.20), Croffles ($5.80), or Brownies ($4.80) which are freshly baked upon order. 

For drinks, the cafe also offers a unique Gula Melaka Pandan Affogato ($6.80), which is said to be one of their popular items. 

Address: 348 Bedok Road, #01-11, Bedok Shopping Complex, Singapore 469560
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 12pm to 11pm, Fri-Sat 12pm to 1am
Smitten Ice Cream Bar is a halal-certified eatery. 

5. Dajie Makan Place

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peng lin Ang 

Dajie Makan Place is a halal-certified eatery serving Chinese food, such as Mala Xiang Guo (from $3.50), Mala Grilled Fish ($27.20), and Hotpot (from $28.80). They also serve Mookata (price TBD) with ingredients such as crayfish, prawns, and various types of marinated meats, and three different soup bases for you to choose from! 

If you’re dining alone, their Chicken Cutlet Fried Rice ($8.20) is also one of their best-sellers. Alternatively, finger foods such as Cheese Fries ($7.70) and Chicken Wings ($7.70) are also available if you want something small. 

Address: 344 Bedok Road, Singapore 469528
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 2am
Tel: 8222 7845
Dajie Makan Place is a halal-certified eatery. 

6. Founder Bak Kut Teh

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Founder Bak Kut Teh is one of the OG names in the BKT scene, with over 40 years of history! It’s no surprise that they’re on our list of best bak kut teh in Singapore. A must-try item is the Founder Bak Kut Teh ($10.20) which comes with hot peppery soup and a mixture of premium loin ribs and short ribs. Get the Sliced Lean Meat Soup ($8.10) containing pork slices and lettuce for something less fatty. You can add $1 for a bowl of Rice or $2 for Vermicelli. To complete your meal, top up $1.50 for a bowl of Fried Dough Sticks AKA you tiao to dip in your soup too! 

Address: 348 Bedok Road, #02-21/32, Bedok Shopping Complex, Singapore 469560
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8242 2222
Founder Bak Kut Teh is not a halal-certified eatery. 

7. Supa Deck (Supper Deck)

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Supa Deck (or Supper Deck) is a restaurant serving halal Asian and Western cuisine in a very chill and vibey environment. They have an extensive menu, with items ranging from burgers to satays! Try their Ultimate Deck ($14.90++), served with an Australian chuck patty, slow-cooked brisket, chilli con carne, and fries. The Smoked Salmon Carbonara ($16.90++) is a good choice for seafood lovers too! If you prefer Asian cuisine, something you should try is the Nasi Goreng Supperdeck ($12.90++), which comprises Indonesian fried rice, marinated grilled chicken, sunny-side-up, and keropok. Tie up your meal with the restaurant’s house-made Apple Lychee Mojito ($7.90++) which is said to be extremely refreshing on a hot day! 

Do note that the restaurant only accepts cash! 

Address: 288 Bedok Road, Singapore 469444
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 2am
Tel: 8780 8660
Supa Deck is a halal-certified eatery. 

8. Hamidah’s Kitchen

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Since 2021, Hamidah’s Kitchen has offered a variety of dishes from Arabic and Indian cuisines, with the recipes slightly altered to suit local tastes. Their speciality is Bamia (from $10), a type of savoury stew consisting of lady’s fingers, lamb, and tomatoes. If lamb is not your thing, try their Butter Chicken ($12), said to be extremely tender and delicious! They also serve hand-made Epok Epok Kentang (from $1) if you just want a quick bite. The restaurant often has long queues, so come early or be prepared to wait! 

Address: 249 Bedok Road, Singapore 469450
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 9:30am to 11pm
Tel: 9385 5240
Hamidah’s Kitchen is a halal-certified eatery. 

9. Badoque Cafe

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Another well-known restaurant amongst residents is Badoque, a Muslim-owned cafe that serves Western cuisine. The Crispy Buttermilk Chicken ($16) and the 350g Sirloin ($30) are popular choices too. If you prefer seafood, their Fish and Chips ($18) is also available. Priced at $6.50 for all house-made drinks, we recommend trying the Watermelon Cooler or Iced Lemon Barley to quell the heat!

Badoque often draws long queues during peak hours, so be sure to reserve your seats before heading down!  

Address: 298 Bedok Road, Singapore 469454
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 5pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 3pm to 10pm
Tel: 8062 4856
Badoque Cafe is a halal-certified eatery. 

10. Mr Kneady’s


Mr Kneady’s offers hand-made artisanal sourdough pizzas that are made fresh upon order.  You can’t go wrong with the Space Oddity ($19) comprising tomato sauce, salami, pepperoni, and mozzarella. This combination is also not too salty or cloying, with a good balance between all the ingredients. If cream-based pizzas are your thing, we recommend the Remedy ($19), which comes with garlic sauce, smoked chicken, red onions, and mozzarella cheese. Since pizzas are only made after ordering, be prepared to wait for a while! 

Read our review of Mr Kneady’s!

Address: 348 Bedok Road, #02-24, Bedok Marketplace, Singapore 469560
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 8pm
Tel: 9185 5025
Mr Kneady’s is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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What to eat at Simpang Bedok

Though Simpang Bedok might not be the most convenient location, the variety and standard of food here will definitely make one visit this place. In case you’re looking for more food in Bedok, take a look at our Bedok Mall food guide, or check out our review of Hae! Claypot Prawn, located at Bedok Industrial Park. 

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Feature image adapted from Insyirah Nur Dhamirah, Habib Tucker, Chin-FoodTrail, Jonah, and JL Lee

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