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8 Food Kiosks At The Woodleigh Mall for Grab-And-Go Bites, Including Famous Chwee Kueh

30th August 2023

The Woodleigh Mall has a variety of grab-and-go kiosks

The Bidadari Estate has a lot more happening with the opening of The Woodleigh Mall, a mall that offers a variety of good food, including a handful of casual dining options and grab-and-go kiosks that are perfect for a midday snack.

the woodleigh mallImage credit: The Woodleigh Mall

The next time you’re looking to grab a quick snack at The Woodleigh Mall, check these spots out.

1. QQuo

qquo woodleigh mall food

For fast casual fried Western fare, visit QQuo. They’ve got bites priced from $1.90, or larger set meals perfect for days when you’re looking to dabao because you’re just not in the mood to cook. We highly recommend their Alaska Pollock Fillet ($9.90), which comes with a fried Alaskan pollock cutlet that’s golden brown on the outside, and flaky in the middle. You get to pick either chips or garlic bread as a side.

baked rice qquo

The meal also comes with a side salad. They’ll also be launching an all-new Cheese Baked Rice ($9.90), so keep your eyes peeled for that. 

Unit number: #B1-K17
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Qquo is not a halal-certified eatery

2. Smooy

smooy the woodleigh mall

Those looking for a sweet treat that isn’t too sinful, pay a visit to Smooy. The kiosk is best known for their frozen yoghurt, which is crafted to have a texture that’s similar to soft-serve ice cream. The brand hails from Spain, where they’re the number one froyo brand. You can choose to DIY your own frozen yoghurt combos, and pick from a wide range of toppings and sauces. They’ve also recently launched a Pink Sauce, which nods to the Barbie movie.

Those looking for something pre-made, get their Twister Cups (from $6.90): these are made like parfaits, and come with curated toppings, from fresh fruits to sweets, and a sauce. Else, cool off on a hot day with any of their smoothies (from $5.90), made with a blend of fresh fruit and froyo.

Unit number: #B1-K12
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Smooy is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh

jian bo woodleigh mall

Michelin Bib Gourmand chwee kueh stall, Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh has a history dating back to 1958, when they were a pushcart stall. They’ve always been a family-run outfit, serving up their freshly made kueh topped with their signature cai poh and sweet sambal.

You can get your fix at their The Woodleigh Mall outlet, where their chwee kueh starts at $3.50 for five pieces, and goes up to $7 for 10. Aside from their signature chwee kueh, the eatery also sells a handful of other small bites, from Steamed Yam Cake (from $3 for two), to assorted fried fritters and kueh priced from $1.50.

Unit number: #B1-K13
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 10pm
Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Mr Bean

mr bean the woodleigh mall

Homegrown soya bean and snacks brand, Mr Bean, is a one-stop shop for all your dining needs. Whether you want a quick drink, breakfast, a snack, or a meal, they’ve got you covered. For instance, get a healthier alternative to bubble tea with their Pearly Taro Soy Milk ($3.50), a combination of orh nee-laced soya milk and QQ pearls.

soy milk bubble tea the woodleigh mall

For a comforting dessert, try the 3-in-1 Rice Balls ($3.50), where peanut and sesame tang yuan are served in tau huay. Mr Bean is also very well known for their pancakes, and we’d highly recommend grabbing their Kaya Cheese ($2.20) flavour the next time you want a snack—this hits the right spot between sweet and savoury. Most of their items are vegetarian too!

Unit number: #B1-K10
Opening hours: Daily 7:30am to 10pm
Mr Bean is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. umisushi Teishoku

umisushi Teishoku the woodleigh mall

If you’ve got a Japanese food craving while at The Woodleigh Mall, but don’t have the time for a full-on dine-in meal, swing by umisushi Teishoku. The popular eatery specialises in grab-and-go Japanese bites, from sushi to donburi bowls, bento sets and more. If you’d like to sit in, however, they’ve also got a dine-in menu encompassing sets under $20. For something comforting, try their Sake Nabe ($19.80++), which comes with a hotpot loaded with vegetables and a sweet broth, served with a side of salmon sashimi. 

Try their crowd-favourite Tonkatsu Teishoku Set ($16.90++), where a thick and juicy tonkatsu cutlet plays the starring role. Each of these sets comes with rice, soup, sides, and two daifuku mochi pieces for a sweet treat.

Unit number: #B1-K51/52
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Umisushi is not a halal-certified eatery

6. Time for Thai

time for thai seafood fried rice

Time For Thai serves up halal-certified Thai dishes at affordable prices! Swing by to get your fix of popular Thai eats, ranging from fried rice to pad thai and more. The Tom Yum Seafood Fried Rice ($10.90) is a must-try—wok hei rice is fried in a fragrant tom yum paste that’s both zesty and spicy. Each generous serving also comes with pieces of sweet shrimp. 

Those looking for a comforting meal can order their Beef Noodles with Tendons ($11.90). The sweet, soya sauce-laced noodle soup comes with different cuts of beef, including chewy tendons. If you’re ordering this meal to share, grab some of their house-made Prawn Cakes ($13.90) as well! Aside from dine-in, Time For Thai also offers all their items for takeaway.

Unit number: #B1-K38
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Time For Thai is a halal-certified eatery.

7. Yi Fang Taiwan Fruit Tea

yi fang taiwan fruit tea

The Woodleigh Mall has a few bubble tea outlets, but if you love fruity teas, then you’ll want to satisfy your cravings at Yi Fang Taiwan Fruit Tea. They have a wide variety of inventive options, most of them with the option to enjoy hot or cold. 

yi fang taiwan fruit tea woodleigh mall

The Fresh Mango Pomelo Sago (from $8.10), for example, serves up the popular Hong Kong dessert in a cup, complete with cubes of fresh mango. For something cooling, try their Winter Melon Lemonade (from $4.80), a refreshing thirst quencher that’s available hot or cold. We also love their Signature Yi Fang Fruit Tea (from $5.80), made with a variety of fruit jams and fresh fruit, which you can also order hot or cold.

Unit number: #B1-K5
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Yi Fang is not a halal-certified eatery

8. Nam Kee Pau

nam kee pau

A bao is great any time of the day, especially as a snack or breakfast. Nam Kee Pau is where you can get that at The Woodleigh Mall. They’re famous for their Big Pau ($2), packed with juicy minced pork and a quarter of a hard-boiled egg, all housed within a fluffy bao. For Char Siew Pau lovers, get yours for $1.10 here.

The bao comes packed with sweet-smoky pork bits, and is delightfully moreish. Nam Kee Pau also does affordable takeaway mains, including their soupy Mee Hoon Kueh that’s only $4.90, and is perfect as a comforting meal after a tiring day. 

Unit number: B1-K33
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Nam Kee Pau is not a halal-certified eatery.

Woodleigh Mall food guide

Image credit: The Woodleigh Mall

From now till 8 October 2023, The Woodleigh Mall is also giving away $5 F&B vouchers with a minimum of $60 spent at any of their participating outlets. You get to combine receipts to make up that $60 minimum spend, though it’s important to note that one of the receipts has to come from a fEAsT eatery located on Basement 1, which includes those we’ve listed above! Terms and conditions apply, and the voucher is only redeemable with a maximum of three same-day receipts. Limited to one redemption per shopper per day.

For more eats in the same mall, check out our The Woodleigh Mall food guide.

Find out more about fEAsT @ Woodleigh!

Photos taken by John Lery Villanueva.
This post is brought to you by The Woodleigh Mall. 

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