Velocity@Novena Square Food Guide: 8 Family-Friendly Places Including Yakiniku Buffet And DIY Burgers
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Velocity@Novena Square Food Guide: 8 Family-Friendly Places Including Yakiniku Buffet And DIY Burgers

26th November 2020

Velocity@Novena Square food guide


This EOY, travel plans may be shelved, but it doesn’t mean we can’t send our appetites on a trip around the world! Bring the kids to Velocity@Novena Square during the year-end school holidays, and celebrate the end of the year with a feast at this family-friendly mall.


1. Fatburger & Buffalo’s


fatburger

Fatburger is an American-style burger joint bound to excite one and all, thanks to their extensive menu. They have customisable burgers, wings, fries, onion rings, and milkshakes ($6.50) made with hand-scooped real ice cream. This all-American chain was founded in 1952, and till this day promises only the freshest, never-frozen ingredients in all their food, all made to order.

fatburger

If a regular single patty is never enough, the whopping Triple (XXXL) Fatburger ($16.50) should do the trick. Pile on the protein and carbs with a Chilli Cheese Fries ($5.90) on the side. For the non-burger eater, there’s always Buffalo’s Chicken Bone-In Wings (from $7) from Buffalo’s Express, a co-brand that shares the limelight with Fatburger. Pick from eight different sauces in varying levels of spiciness, or get them without. The wings come in a Buffalo’s Boneless Chicken (from $7.50) option, and there’s also salad for a less sinful meal.

Unit number: #01-08/09
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6253 2758
Website


2. Fish & Co.


fish and co

For those of us old enough, homegrown fish and chips chain Fish & Co. may be most fondly remembered for its Glass House outlet along Orchard Road. Bring your kids and give them the same happy memories at this branch, situated behind the multi-storied glass facade of Velocity@Novena Square. An oldie but a goodie, the Mussels with GLBS ($14.95++) is an award-winning starter, best mopped up with the accompanying garlic bread. 

fish and co

Of course, you can’t miss Fish & Co.’s ultra-crispy Best Fish & Chips ($19.95++), drizzled with that house special lemon butter sauce. Good for sharing is the Seafood Platter (from $24.95++), that comes with an assortment of seafood, French fries, and paella rice.

Unit number: #03-11/12
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6255 7001
Website


3. Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant


gyu kaku

Treat your kids to an all-you-can-eat buffet at Gyu-Kaku this school holidays. For 90 minutes, they can eat their fill of Australian or Japanese wagyu, along with more than 70 other items, including Homemade Beef Croquette, Kurobuta Pork Jowl, and their best-selling Nori Nori Rice

gyu kaku

The Weekday Standard Buffet ($54.90++), with only two special cuts of Australian wagyu, is available every Monday to Thursday except public holidays, and children between 90cm and 130cm dine for $29.90++. Get a wider spread with the Australian Wagyu Buffet, priced at $64.90++ for adults, and $34.90++ for children. For the ultimate indulgence, try the Japanese Wagyu Buffet ($84.90++), with a kids’ price of $44.90++. All children below 90cm dine free!

Unit number: #02-46
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm (last order at 9:30pm)
Tel: 6252 4001
Website


4. LingZhi Vegetarian Restaurant


lingzhi vegetarian

Vegetarian food isn’t boring when it’s made by LingZhi Vegetarian Restaurant. This eatery uses premium and organic produce from specially-contracted farms to make nutritious and innovative dishes. The Vegetarian Satay Served In Fresh Pineapple ($20++) is one such dish that’s so tasty, you’ll forget it’s not meat.

lingzhi vegetarian

For something heartier, have the Braised Yam and Vermicelli with Fermented Beancurd Sauce Served In Claypot ($18++), another signature dish that’s best enjoyed with steaming hot rice. Crowd pleasers include the highly addictive Crispy ‘Ma Po’ Beancurd ($16++) pops, and the Sweet and Sour Button Mushroom with Green Apple ($18++), a plant-based take on everyone’s favourite sweet and sour meat dish.

Unit number: #03-09/10
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 3pm (last order at 2:30pm), 5:30pm to 10pm (last order at 9:30pm), Sat-Sun & PH 11am to 3pm (last order at 2:30pm), 3pm to 5pm (last order at 4:30pm), 5:30pm to 10pm (last order at 9:30pm)
Tel: 6538 2992
Website


5. Lao Beijing


lao beijing velocity@novena

Take a quick trip with the family to China when you step into Lao Beijing─the double-storey interior was made to look like the inside of a traditional Chinese teahouse. A must-order here is the classic Lao Beijing Peking Duck (from $34++). This dish, which dates back to the time of the emperors, will give kids a great time customising their wraps with the crunchy corn cakes, savoury dipping sauce, and vegetables if they like.

velocity@novena lao beijing

Another quintessentially Chinese dish is the famed xiao long bao, or Steamed Juicy Meat Bun ($8++) as it’s known here. Introduce the family to Beijing-style Zhajiang Noodle ($10.80++), which Chinese workers brought with them to Korea in the late 19th century, and eventually gave rise to the Korean jjajangmyeon we know and love today.

Unit number: #02-11/12
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 3pm (last order at 2:30pm), 5:30pm to 10pm (last order at 9:30pm), Sat-Sun & PH 11am to 3pm (last order at 2:30pm), 3pm to 5pm (last order at 4:30pm), 5:30pm to 10pm (last order at 9:30pm)
Tel: 6358 4466
Website


6. Sō


so ramen

Satisfy your family’s Japanese food cravings at with their value-for-money ramen and stone-pot rice bowls. The rice used here is premium Koshihikari rice from Niigata, and the noodles are specially made with premium wheat flour. Skip the regular tonkotsu ramen and try the Toriniku Uobushi Tonkotsu Ramen ($13.90++), which features thin, firm noodles in an umami tonkotsu broth. Double-boiled for hours, this broth is enriched with bonito and topped with melt-in-your-mouth slices of pork cheek.

so ramen

Get a sizzling hot Butariki Ishinabe ($12.90++) and give the kids a chance to masak-masak, stirring the raw egg yolk in with a drizzle of Sō’s addictive sauce. The pan-fried and barbecued pork in the bowl provides a tantalising blend of textures and flavours. Let it stand a little for the crusty, charred bits at the bottom of the hot bowl to develop!

Unit number: #01-05/06
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9pm
Tel: 6253 6066
Website


7. Monster Curry


monster curry

Image credit: Monster Curry

The demi-glace Japanese curry at Monster Curry is made with 14 different vegetables over a two-day cooking process. You can also choose your desired level of spiciness, from Normal Spicy to Monster Spicy. Their range of Combo Curry (from $26.80) options on the menu come on monster-sized plates that’s bound to excite one and all, and are good to share.

monster curry

Image credit: Monster Curry

Other than curry rice, Monster Curry also has huge bowls of ramen that are good for two to three. Try the Monster Curry Combo Ramen ($29.80), which comes decked with fried fish, pork katsu, shrimp tempura and pork shabu shabu. It’s surf and turf in a bowl of ramen!

Unit number: #02-78/79
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6250 8235
Website


8. Mei Heong Yuen


Mei Heong Yuen

Image credit: Mei Heong Yuen

Traditional or newfangled, the desserts at Mei Heong Yuen have them all covered. There are more than 20 different-flavoured Snow Ice, including a Chendol Snow Ice ($6.50) that’s inspired by our local dessert.

Mei Heong Yuen Mango Sago Pomelo

Image credit: Mei Heong Yuen

For a more classic Hong Kong dessert, you can’t go wrong with the Mango with Pomelo and Sago ($5.50), a refreshing blend of mango puree, pomelo and sago. I always go for the Milk Pudding ($4.00), which reminds me of holidays in Hong Kong.

Unit number: #02-03
Opening hours: Daily 11:15am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6255 4336

Website


Food at Velocity@Novena Square


Plan your next family day out at Velocity. With so many dining options to choose from, there’s something new to try at every visit. 

velocity@novena square spin and win

What’s more, from now to 27 December, spend $60 ($50 for U-POPP members) to redeem exclusively designed gift wrappers, as well as Spin & Win chances. Get more spins when you spend at selected outlets too! Do note that you’re only allowed a maximum of three spins per redemption each day.

velocity@novena square cheese cutlery set

Just in time for the upcoming festive dinners, redeem a Cheese Cutlery Set when you spend $180 ($150 for U-POPP members) at Velocity@Novena Square, with a maximum of 3 same-day combined receipts.

velocity@novena cheese rotary and cheeseboard

Spend $360 ($250 for U-POPP members) and redeem a Cheese Rotary & Cheeseboard set! Terms and conditions apply, and these redemptions are while stocks last only.

These exclusive premiums feature art by trainees from the GROW Sheltered Workshop by the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore. As part of UOL Malls’ partnership with Extra•Ordinary People─a registered charity and Institute of Public Character that supports children and youth with special needs, the trainees will receive a royalty fee from UOL Malls. This is in support of their continued learning and developmental journey.

Find out more about Christmas at Velocity@Novena Square here!

Address: 238 Thomson Road, Velocity@Novena Square, Singapore 307683

Photos taken by Pepita Wauran.
This post was brought to you by Velocity@Novena Square.

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