Jio your friends to dinner at these Stadium food places
While nobody really goes to Stadium unless it’s for a concert or sports event, this station on the Circle Line houses many noteworthy eateries. Pop by these restaurants at Kallang Leisure Park or Kallang Wave Mall to satisfy your rumbling tummy. From chicken rice with a twist to ramen and cream cheese buns, these Stadium food places can convince you to return even without the lure of a K-pop concert.
1. 13 Stages
Owned by celebrity Mark Lee, his wife and two other close friends, 13 Stages serves steamed chicken legs in seven different flavours. The Samsui Chicken ($8.90) is their most popular chicken rice set, with Mala Chicken ($8.90) falling not too far behind. Other side dishes that are worth a try include Golden Chicken Floss ($4.90) and Crispy Duck Wrap ($6.50). Chicken rice restaurants are aplenty, but 13 Stages differentiates themselves by giving the familiar dish a novel twist without compromising on the main ingredients.
Check out our full review of 13 Stages!
Address: 1 Stadium Place, #01-41, Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Tel: 6384 0502
Guschlbauer originated in Austria and launched their first bakery in Singapore at Waterway Point. Raved for their cheese buns, they recently opened another outlet in the East. The Cheese Bun Original ($5.80) is the most popular item on the menu, and I can understand why. The wedge of bread oozes with a rich cheese mix, which is then dipped into milk powder that sticks to the gooey cheese filling. Other popular flavours include Cheese Bun Tiramisu ($5.80) and Cheese Bun Matcha ($5.80).
If you are not in the mood for something sweet, get the Kissling ($8.80),which has a mix of garlic, butter and sugar in its core, reminiscent of old-school garlic breads.
Check out our full review of Guschlbauer!
Address: 5 Stadium Walk, #01-54, Kallang Leisure Park, Singapore 397693
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 9:30pm
3. Tiong Bahru Yong Tau Hu
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Everyone loves a bowl of Yong Tau Hu on a rainy day; this simple dish is one of many comfort foods that Singaporeans turn to for a hearty meal. Tiong Bahru Yong Tau Hu differs from the typical yong tau foo stalls in that you don’t get to choose your ingredients, rather, just the portion that you want – $5, $6 or $7. Their housemade fish paste has a unique texture and flavour compared to typical store-bought ones, and just one bowl can tempt you to get your hands on the $7 portion on your next visit.
Address: 5 Stadium Walk, #01-29, Kallang Leisure Park, Singapore 397693
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6241 6140
4. Omo Omo Food Concepts
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Omo Omo Food Concepts is halal-certified and offers Japanese and Korean fusion food at affordable prices. Their ordering system runs on a self-service style, where customers order via touch-screen kiosks that are similar to those at fast food chains. Ji-Ji Don ($10) is one of the most popular items here, and if you want a noodle option, go for the Udon with Bulgogi Beef and Onsen Egg ($12). Picky eaters will be pleased to know that there are DIY options where you can build your own rice bowl and tweak the meal to fit your preferences. Vegan options are also available.
Address: 1 Stadium Place, Kallang Wave Mall #01-40, Singapore 397628
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6702 1835
5. Ju Hao by MOF
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Ju Hao by MOF offers a wide menu of Northern Chinese dishes. It presents a variety of soup, noodles, dumplings and more, so there is something for everyone here. Signatures include Juicy Steamed Pork Dumpling ($7.20++ for six pieces) and Steamed Salted Egg Dumpling ($7.80++ for six pieces). If you’re looking for a more substantial meal, try the satisfying Signature Noodle with Fried Pork Chop ($12++).
Address: 1 Stadium Place, #01-21, Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6581 0032
6. Yunomori Cafe
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Found within Yunomori Onsen & Spa, Yunomori Cafe is the place to go if you’re looking for a chill afternoon. Despite being on the steeper side, the healthy Japanese Assorted Platter ($17.80++) should not be missed. Enough to be shared by two people, the platter comprises grilled fish, teriyaki chicken, veggies and two rice balls. If you’re just feeling a little peckish after your onsen sesh, you can opt for popular snacks such as Onsen Egg ($2++) and Hokkaido Milk ($3.80++). The cafe is open to all, so you can hang out here even if you’re not up for onsen.
Address: 1 Stadium Place, #02-17, Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 11pm (last order at 10pm)
Tel: 6386 4126
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If you feel like sharing a tower of beer, snacking on nachos, or having some fat juicy burgers before a concert, Brewerkz has got you covered. Aside from specialising in craft beers, Brewerkz serves up large portions of classic American food that will whet your appetite. A popular order here is their Cowboy Burger Set ($24++), which is served with a side of sweet potato fries and salad.
Address: 2 Stadium Walk, #01-06/07, Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore 397691
Opening hours: Mon-Thur 5pm to 12am, Fri-Sat 12pm to 1am, Sun 12pm to 12am
Tel: 6345 4330
8. Joyden Treasures
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The food at Joyden Treasures will make your grandparents happy. Two most popular dishes here are their Traditional Salt Baked Crab (seasonal price) and Lobster Claypot Porridge (seasonal price). Served in a huge clay pot atop a portable stove, the Lobster Claypot Porridge comes with crispy rice puffs and chunks of lobster in the umami porridge. The restaurant also serves dim sum that’s made in-house, so be sure to bring the whole fam over for a weekend feast!
Address: 5 Stadium Walk, #02-42, Kallang Leisure Park, Singapore 397693
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30pm to 2:30pm & 6pm to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 3pm & 6pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 6446 8488
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Opened by the same people behind Astons Specialties, Aji-ichi is a casual Japanese restaurant offering value-for-money dishes. Their Nabemono Sets (from $12.90++) are must-tries here. The hot pot sets come with a range of meats for you to choose from, so there is something for everyone. Another popular order is the Pork Yakiniku Ramen ($11.90++), which is topped with stir-fried barbequed pork , braised egg, spring onions, sesame and nori. Beef lovers will be happy to know that Beef Yakiniku Ramen ($12.90++) is also available.
Address: 1 Stadium Place, #02-01, Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6702 3015
10. COCA Restaurant
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To prevent your tummy from rumbling during the concert, stuff yourself at COCA Restaurant. Their hot pot lunch buffet ($28++) comes with more than 40 items, including prawns, fish glue, and beef. If you’re there in the evening, their dinner buffet ($44.80++ on weekdays, $46.80++ on weekends) is worth the splurge, as it comes with oysters, flower crab, and more atas ingredients.
You can make your dinner buffet even more high-SES by opting for the premium selection, which includes bamboo lobsters, scallops, as well as a dessert and drinks. The premium lunch buffet costs $49++, and the premium dinner buffet costs $66++ on weekdays and $68++ on weekends.
Address: 5 Stadium Walk, #02-01, Kallang Leisure Park, Singapore 397693
Opening hours: Daily 11:15am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6241 3833
Stadium food places that leave you spoilt for choice
More than just offering an indoor rock climbing wall and clothes shops, the malls at Stadium house many eateries that will leave you coming back for more. No matter your budget, no matter your preference, there is something for everyone there. Let us know if we missed out on your favourite makan place at Stadium!