If you’re wandering around Northshore plaza, check out BBBurgers for Korean smashed burgers or Maruhachi Donburi & Curry for don bowls.
1. Swee Heng 1989 Classic
Swee Heng 1989 Classic sells cakes, swiss rolls, doughnuts, and savoury buns, as well as Purple Potato Yam Mochi Tarik and Pandan Coconut.
2. Sixth Floor Oyster Cake
Sixth Floor Oyster Cake is a home-based business that sells freshly handmade and fried Fuzhou oyster cakes.
3. Black Ball
Taiwanese dessert bowl chain Black Ball offers hearty desserts in Northshore Plaza, including taro and sweet potato mochi rounds, beans and pearls, and bubble tea.
McDonald’s has opened an outlet in Northshore, where you can grab your fave Extra Value Meals or seasonal specials.
Downstairs’ old-school HDB void deck-inspired decor and Taiwanese and zi char fare gained tons of online attention, and their crowd favourite Salted Egg Chicken Nasi Lemak is a hit.
6. Song Fa Kway Chap
Song Fa Kway Chap, a new concept from the same people behind Song Fa Bak Kut Teh, opened in Northshore Plaza. It serves Teochew Kway Chap sets starting from $6+ per person.
7. Super Wok
Super Wok is known for its grab-and-go zi char dishes, all priced under $10. Their house signature, the Super Sesame Oil Chicken Rice, comes highly recommended.
If you’re dining with a group, head on down to NOMSTAR, which houses five famous Asian restaurants in one place.
9. Little Caesars Pizza
Little Caesars Pizza has affordable pies, including a 12-inch Pepperoni Pizza for $8.90 and a 3 Meat Treat ($15.90). Don’t forget to grab their Stuffed Crazy Bread ($4.50)!
10. Haidilao Hotpot
Late-night hotpot suppers are now available at Haidilao’s latest outlet in Punggol. Choose from house-made soup bases and signature sides to fuel up on comfort fare.