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Tampines Mall Food Guide: 10 Eateries For Affordable Ramen, K-BBQ Buffet And More

28th July 2023

Tampines Mall food guide

Standing tall for close to 30 years now, Tampines Mall is an OG contender for East-side diners with its extensive selection of dining options. From wallet-friendly halal eateries to healthy vegan desserts, here’s a list of eateries you should check out the next time you’re wondering what to eat in Tampines.

1. Yole

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Yole serves zero sugar frozen yoghurt made with high quality ingredients sourced all the way from Spain. Plant-based milk options are also available for vegans and the lactose intolerant. 

For a large cup of Frozen Yogurt ($7.50), you get to choose three toppings ranging from fruits and nuts to chocolates and sauces. For a healthier option, try the Ibiza ($8.50 for large), where you get to pick two fruits, two crunch, and a sauce to drizzle over your froyo. Otherwise, the Yole Shake ($6.90) is the perfect beverage to quench your thirst in the sultry heat. There are five flavours to choose from: Mixed Berries, Pineapple Mango, Lotus Cookies, Strawberry Banana, and Chocolate Banana.

Unit: #B1-K18
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6538 1608
Yole is a halal-certified eatery. 

2. Big Fish Small Fish

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Big Fish Small Fish is an affordable halal eatery that is best known for their seafood dishes and pasta. Their spin on fish and chips, prepared with your pick of sea bass salmon halibut and more are a constant favourite among patrons, and best accompanied with a selection of sauces, including the cheese sauce, Korean spicy sauce, and truffle mayo.

Recently, their Signature Haddock (from $18.90++) has been upgraded to be made with a prime cut of the fish, namely wild-caught haddock loin. You can also mix and match a pasta base with either the grilled fish or meat, such as the Grilled Sea Bass & Aglio Olio ($18.90++). Previously only available at Big Fish Small Fish Cafe, you can give their Chicken Leg Confit (from $17.90++) a shot at the Tampines outlet now!

Unit: #B1-K3
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6260 0215
Big Fish Small Fish is a halal-certified eatery. 

3. So Pho

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So Pho is frequented by patrons of all ages thanks to their affordably priced Vietnamese delicacies, such as pho, banh mi, and summer rolls.

Their classic Pho Noodle Soup with Sliced Beef, Beef Balls, Tendon & Brisket ($13.50++) is a soul-warming dish that features a hearty assortment of beef cuts and rice noodles in So Pho’s special broth. The rich flavour of the broth, infused with warm spices, comes from more than 10 hours of simmering. Alternatively, you can try their Bún Noodle with Softshell Crab & Fried Spring Rolls ($14.80++) if you fancy something different. While the pho and bún noodles alone make for a satisfying meal, their Mixed Appetisers ($16.20++) is ideal for sharing if you’re dining in with your friends or family, and want something to munch on before your mains. It includes prawn cakes, summer rolls, and fried spring rolls.

Unit: #04-30 to 31
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6789 0659
So Pho is a halal-certified eatery. 

4. DEN Ajisen

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DEN Ajisen is an elevated concept of the popular Ajisen Ramen franchise that has been around since 1997. 

Here, you can find three different types of ramen: Original, Black, and Spicy. An Ajisen Ramen Set is priced at $14.90++, and comes with a bowl of ramen, four pieces of gyoza, and an iced houji tea. For those who prefer rice to noodles, you can opt for their Signature Fried Rice, which is priced at $11.90++ for a la carte or $14.90++ as a set. Otherwise, we recommend their Mapo Tofu & Pork Belly Miso Set ($15.90++) for a comforting meal at the end of a long day. 

Unit: #04-19 to 20
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6787 6422
DEN Ajisen is not a halal-certified eatery. 

5. Tokyo Shokudo

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Tokyo Shokudo is a Japanese Halal-certified restaurant in Singapore that offers authentic Japanese delicacies such as Tempura and chicken-based ramen broth that is simmered for hours just to get its best flavour.

One of their popular dishes is the Chicken Cha Shu Ramen, which costs $10.90++ for ramen with two pieces of cha shu, and $12.90++ for four pieces. Aside from the Original and Spicy Ramen, you can even find Tom Yam Ramen here. For those with a penchant for spice, you can opt for their Spicy Beef Suki Ramen ($14.90++), which features a creamy broth and generous servings of meat. To top it all off, get their Chicken Gyoza ($6.90++), which comes with five dumplings.

Unit: #04-02
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6786 3221
Tokyo Shokudo is a halal-certified eatery. 


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PUTIEN is famously known as a restaurant that specialises in Fujianese food, and it’s the perfect place to have your family dinners at. 

Newly launched in 2023, Golden Broth Buddha Jumps Over the Wall ($38++) is the restaurant’s modernised take on the traditional Fujian delicacy. It features premium ingredients, such as abalone, sea cucumber, matsutake mushroom, and dried scallop. Also, their Fujian Red Mushroom Seafood Lor Mee ($18.80++ for regular) is a signature dish that has been upgraded with the addition of red mushrooms—a rare ingredient from Fujian. Their Stir-fried Yam ($16.80++ for regular) is another must-try, said to be a crowd favourite thanks to the crispy texture of the yam cubes and their caramelised, charred aroma!

Unit: #B1-01, #B1-27
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6781 2162
PUTIEN is not a halal-certified eatery. 

7. Itacho Sushi 

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With a total of eight outlets to its name, with one newly opened Itacho Sushi Takeaway outlet at Bishan MRT Station, Itacho Sushi has been around for 14 years now. Perhaps it’s the fresh ingredients mainly sourced from Japan or the wide selection of sashimi and set meals, but their steady footing goes to show that the restaurant is doing something right.

A constant favourite among patrons is their Roasted Salmon with Tenkasu Roll ($13), which features six pieces of salmon roll drizzled with mentaiko sauce and topped with crunchy tenkasu bits. Their Sliced Beef with Vegetables Pot ($14.80) is great for one or two diners, where beef slices, silken tofu, shiitake mushrooms, enoki, lettuce, and carrots are simmered in a miso pork soup. Both dishes are now available under their Chef Recommendations with up to 50% off, and this promotion is available until the end of August 2023. 

Unit: #04-32
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 10pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10:30pm, Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6789 5388
Itacho Sushi is not a halal-certified eatery. 

8. Seoul Garden

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Seoul Garden is one of the leading halal restaurants in Singapore that specialises in Korean BBQ and hotpot buffet. Get the most bang for your buck by having the Seoul Garden International Korean Grill and Hot Pot Buffet, which comes in three tiers: Regular, Premium and Supreme.

The Regular tier offers up to 83 items to choose from: 6 choices of soup base, and Seoul Garden’s signature marinated meat, such as bulgogi, teriyaki, black pepper, steamboat items and more. On the other hand, the Premium tier includes additional premium seafood and proteins such as beef knuckle, squid, smoked duck, beef short plate, lamb and salmon fillet. Even better, the supreme tier offers wide selections of quality wagyu beef, US beef short ribs and tiger prawn.

For weekday lunch, the Regular Tier costs $21.90++, while the Premium Tier is priced at $31.90++, and the Supreme Tier at $46.90++. For weekday dinners and weekends, the Regular Tier costs $31.90++, whereas the Premium Tier is priced at $36.90++, and the Supreme Tier at $46.90++.

Good news, Seoul Garden is launching two new items on their menu: Free Seoul Garden Aged Beef and Free-Flow Premium Steak Cut. The former is available to groups of four diners who upgrade to the Premium or Supreme Tier, whereas the latter is only available to those who opt for the Supreme Tier.

Read our Seoul Garden HOTPOT review!

Unit: #04-01
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6786 1339
Seoul Garden is a halal-certified eatery. 

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9. Wunderfolks

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From starting as a home-based business to expanding with three stores across Singapore today, Wunderfolks is known for their beautiful tarts and tiramisu. 

Their Six Tart Gift Box ($42) makes for a great gift for your loved ones. Choose from eight different flavours, including the popular Mixed Fruit, Dark Chocolate and Lychee. Otherwise, their signature Duo Whole Tart ($45) is perfect for birthdays and anniversaries, and better yet, you can enjoy both the mixed fruit and chocolate flavours at once!

Alternatively, you can give their Viennoiseries (from $3) a shot. There’s a good variety of bakes for you to try here, such as their Truffle Croissant, Pain Au Chocolat, Garlic Brioche, and Ham and Cheese Croissant.

Find out more about Wunderfolks!

Unit: #01-40 to 41
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 10pm
Tel: 9749 7940
Wunderfolk is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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10. Garrett Popcorn 

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Originating in Chicago, Garrett Popcorn Shops has been around for more than 70 years now. They opened the first international shop in Singapore in 2011, and locals have loved their popcorn since. 

If you can’t decide between sweet and salty popcorn, their Chicago Mix (from $6) is a combination of caramel and cheddar popcorn that gives you the best of both worlds. For those with a liking for nutty flavours, their Macadamia CaramelCrisp (from $10.50) is a great alternative as well. And for the fickle-minded, their Classic Sampler ($39) includes three of the most popular flavours for you to try: Macadamia CaramelCrisp, CaramelCrisp, and CheeseCorn. Take note that the Classic Sampler will only be available from 21 July to 20 August 2023!

Unit: #01-39
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Garrett Popcorn is not a halal-certified eatery. 

Where to eat at Tampines Mall 

These 10 eateries scratch the surface of all the dining options at Tampines Mall, and there’s just so much more to be explored. Be it a casual lunch or dinner date, there’s bound to be something here that will turn your crank! 

Find out more about Tampines Mall’s food options!

Photos taken by Melvin Mak.
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