Bedok Mall Food
Mall dining in Singapore is truly becoming a big deal. Hey, it’s great food, mixed shopping with free aircon. Why wouldn’t you? So here are 22 places to eat at Bedok Mall. Go for it East-siders, or visitors to the East Coast food scene.
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22 places to eat at Bedok Mall
When you’re shopping at Bedok Mall you will no doubt get hungry because being on your feet all day shopping can wear anyone out plus there are so many Bedok food outlets it’s enough to make anyone drool.
So, here are 22 places available at the Bedok Mall ranging in all types of cuisines. To make things easier for you, we have compiled the list for you so you can make your decision on what sounds good before you start shopping at Bedok Mall.
Ajisen Ramen Singapore food is delicious. Ajisen Ramen was founded in Japan and is famous for the authentic Kyushu Tonkotsu Ramen. They have several meal choices to choose from, such as Ajisen Ramen’s ASO Ramen & 3pc Gyoza Set a popular Nankotsu Ramen served in Tonkotsu broth valued at $12.
Everyone is familiar with ramen noodles. This place makes ramen noodles taste better than you can find any many other Ramen places. The ramen noodles are mixed in with the Tonkotsu broth, and a variety of different meat choices from Cha Shu, Scallops, Seafood and Fried Chicken, and the added egg which gives this dish lots of flavour.
They have other dishes that offer you an extended selection from Curry, Kimchi to Tom Yam flavours to choose from! Be sure to look out for Ajisen Ramen Special Set Meal or the Ramen Value Sets for great value!
Ajisen Ramen is Not Halal
There are several dishes to choose from in this Chinese restaurant. One of the dishes to try is the steamed molten salted egg yolk custard piggy buns. These buns are more sweet than savory, but it’s a cute way to introduce new foods to your children since they are shaped like little pigs. Another choice from the Canton Paradise menu is their to die for dim sum. This may be a familiar dish to many, these dishes are usually steamed and carry such incredible flavours that burst in your mouth that leaves you wanting more.
Canton Paradise’s vast all-day menu features a wide choice of Hong Kong classics, such as roast specialities and piping-hot dim sum, as well as scrumptious congee, noodles, and wok-fried entrees. Authentic dishes from Shunde, a well-known gastronomic city in Guangdong province and the supposed origin of Cantonese cuisine, are also available to diners.
Canton Paradise Group is responsible for Canton Paradise, Beauty in a Pot, LeNu, Taste Paradise, Seafood Paradise, Paradise Classic, Leten, Paradise Hotpot, ParaThai, Le Shrimp Ramen and Paradise Dynasty and have 45 outlets in Singapore and another 58 overseas! So, when it comes to food, they know what they are doing!
Canton Paradise is Not Halal Certified
Canton Paradise Menu Bedok Mall
When you eat at either of both of these outlets, you will not be disappointed either way.
Selera Rasa’s authentic Adam Road nasi lemak and Rafee’s Corner teh tarik can be found under one roof at CRAVE, a restaurant that combines the finest of both worlds. The two well-known brands have teamed together to provide Singaporeans with an unforgettable culinary experience.
Stuff’d – is part Mexican Part Turkish – Hand-rolled everyday into rolls and rolls of enormous wraps. The Chicken, Beef, Lamb and even Impossible meats are marinated and rolled up into rolls otherwise known as Kebabs, and then it’s served to you as a wrap. An enticing concoction of nutrient-dense natural ingredients that will have you salivating as you see and smell the meat gyros spinning in the windows of their outlets. This is great for lunch or dinner and really fills you up!
CRAVE/Stuff’d has 24 locations so far island wide and also offers Delivery from Grab, Deliveroo and our friends at FoodPanda
Be sure to check out the deal on SHOPBACK as well!
CRAVE/Stuff’d are Halal Certified
If you are looking for a Chinese restaurant you can choose Dian Xiao Er at Bedok Mall. This restaurant is known for its duck dishes. They have a number popular duck dishes, one such dishe is Duck Roasted with Angelica herb from $17.60. An alternative dish you must try are their Mongolian Pork Ribs (Boneless) from $15.30, they are succulent, soft and melt in the mouth. They also have Black Vinegar Pork Trotters from $18.30, Fish Maw Thick Soup with Seafood from $19.30 and Home-Cooked Chicken in Chinese Win from $16.90 to name a few other dishes.
Make sure you check out the Dian Xiao Er menu for many more choice, you will not be disappointed!
You can now get Dian Xiao Er delivery by ordering via their website, so you don’t even need to visit Bedok Mall to eat here! Make sure you look for the Dian Xiao Er promotion as they often offer discounts such as 25% off for Early Birds which is only 11.30am Monday to Friday and 15% off from 11am on weekends. Be sure to check their disclaimers on the dates of the blackout for such offers.
For those that like a Lobang like me you can always become a Dian Xiao Er Member, 1 Year membership starts at the Lucky price of $88, you get 2x$50 vouchers, 20% off Birthday, and a Complimentary Duck! Do read the Dian Xiao Er Member’s User Guide first!
Dian Xiao Er is Not Halal Certified
EAT is a restaurant that offers Nostalgia on a plate with several dishes that will make your mouth water.
Looking for that local classic dish? Well look no further as this one stop shop has it all, they have Minced Meat Noodle, Laksa, Fishball Noodles, Lor Mee, Satay Bee Hoon, Handmade Shrimp Dumpling Soup, Handmade Fish Dumpling Soup, Teochew Meatball Soup and Fishball Soup! Wow, what a selection!
The Minced Meat Noodle $5.20, Laksa $5.20 and Fishball Noodles $4.20 can be purchased as a set!
For the Minced Meat Noodles on top of the noodles is a fried wonton and slices of char siew pork and lays neatly over the noodles. The dish is topped with mushrooms. the Minced Meat Noodles are mixed with chili sauce and some black vinegar that gives it an exquisite tang.
This restaurant also has alternative rice dishes and side dishes available if the above choices are not enough!
EAT is Not Halal Certified
Encik Tan gives you the finest of Singapore’s hawker fare, including Fish Ball Noodles and Wanton Noodles. Encik Tan is one of Singapore’s most popuar restaurants that is also Halal certified.
You can’t go wrong with any of these delicious dishes. This restaurant also has a popular fishball noodle set. The noodles are seasoned beautifully and topped with a few fishballs. Another popular dish is the Wantan noodles set. Everyone loves wantans so you will get a plate of those, and you will receive a separate bowl of noodles and sliced meat perfectly designed on top.
There are a total of 19 Encik Tan outlets across Singapore, Encik Tan is part of the Fei Siong Group, who has 19 brands that carries over 150 outlets with more than 1600 staff. Did you know that another Fei Siong brand is EAT you just read above? Neither did we!
Encik Tan is Halal Certified
Haidilao is a very popular Chinese restaurant to try if you haven’t tried it already.
Let’s kick off with the 8 Hot Pot soup base choices
- Tomato Soup Hot Pot
- Mushroom Soup Hot Pot
- Pork Stomach and Chicken Soup
- Sichuan Pickles Hot Pot
- Sichuan Hot Pot
- Local Laksa Hot Pot
- Signature Hot Pot-Mushroom Soup Base
- Haidilao-Style Bai-Yu Hot Pot
Followed by the 8 Different Dipping Sauces
- Haidilao-Styled Dipping
- Fragrant Dipping
- Spicy Dipping
- Seafood Dipping
- Dipping for Meatballs
- Spicy and Sour Dipping
- Mashed Garlic and Sesame Oil Dipping
- Sesame Sauce Dipping
The Dishes you can choose from range from their new editions the Cheese Shrimp Ball, Shrimp Tempura and Arctic Surf Clam, to Meats that include Iberico Pork, Beef, Pork Jowl, Ox Tongue and Pork Belly to name a few.
Then there is the Seafood selection, Soon Hock, Garoupa, Mud Crab, Boston Baby Lobster, Crab, Abalone, Scallops, Pomfret, Cod fillet, Red Tilapia, Crayfish, Mussels, Shrimp, Prawn and Baby Squid to name them all! Phew! That was exhausting!
Don’t get me started on the snacks to go with all of that, from dumplings, mini fried buns, pancakes to noodles its endless, trust me you will leave heavier than when you entered!
If you’re a fan of spicy dishes, then you should try the Sichuan spicy hot pot coupled with one of the platters, either meat or seafood, which ever takes your fancy that day! You can’t go wrong!
Haidilao Hot Pot is Not Halal Certified
Do not be confused by the word dessert in the name, they are much more than desserts! They have 13 outlets dusted across the Little Red Dot and have sister restaurants called Hong Kong Sheng Kee Pau & Hong Kong Sheng Kee Noodle House.
Guests at Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert will be pleased by their wide selection of genuine Hong Kong-style sweets, appetizers, and satisfying noodles and rice created with the finest ingredients.
A must try is their Signature HK Wanton Noodle or if you like it spicy check out the Seafood Mala Soup Noodle! If its rice you are after then order the Braised Pork Belly with Mui Choy Rice!
If you are only looking for some Dim Sum style bites then get the Prawn Paste Chicken Mid Wings, some Pan Fried Guo Tie with an accompaniment of ginger and black vinegar to tickle your taste buds!
The choices are endless, just pick anyone you are in the mood for and come back again to try something else the next time you are at Bedok Mall or anyone of the other outlets in Singapore.
Hot Tomato is a Western Steak and Pasta restaurant filled with many of your favorites. They pride themselves on high quality food at affordable prices so that no one does not get to taste the good life! The Hot Tomato Jewel is its flagship store in Singapore, has 4 Hot Tomato Café & Grill locations at Causeway Point, Nex Serangoon, Jurong Point and Paya Lebar Quarter and the Hot Tomato Bedok Mall is the Bistro outlet!
Looking for a hearty soup to warm you up from the intense aircon in Bedok Mall? Try a Fresh Tomato Soup for $4.50 or the Mushroom Soup for $5.50 (these are offered as addons so look for the promos there!). Getting Beach body ready? Caesar Salad with Grilled Shrimp for $12.90.
One dish you must try is the salmon that is cooked on the grill and top of the salmon is shrimp soaked in a sauce made with butter and lemons. You can purchase this dish for $16.90. Another popular seafood dish is the Halibut steak for $19.90. The Halibut is grilled just how you like it and is placed on a bed of diced tomatoes. There is always the unhealthy fried version of 3 Piece Fish and Chips!
Meats! Grass Fed and Grain Fed Beef
New Zealand Grass Fed Striploin (200gm) for only $18.90, a bargain! Upgrade that to the Argentinian Angus Ribeye & Garlic Shrimp, this will only set you back $22.90 both come with Black Pepper sauce! Not sure which meat to choose then opt for the Hot Tomato Mixed Grill at $21.50, has US Pork Loin, Chicken Chop, Lean Lamb Chop again with that Black Pepper sauce! These are only a few we have highlighted, you must check out the Hot Tomato Menu to see the full selection in all its glory!
The Pasta choices go on with all your usual favs, Seafood Linguine, Spaghetti Carbonara, Penne Beef Bolognaise, Chicken Pomodoro to Spaghetti Alfredo, the list is incredible!
Student Lunch deals run from 11.30am to 5.30pm and have a big discount built in, so be sure to feed your kids there during the week! Oh, and they have desserts if you are not full from all those choices!
Hot Tomato is Not Halal Certified
Itacho Sushi Bedok Mall has a big menu with lots of your Japanese dishes and favourite dishes. They are inexpensive so you can mix and match your favorites. One dish to try is the swordfish for $5.6. Another dish is the red shrimp for $4.8. You will receive one red shrimp on this plate, while the swordfish you will receive three of them.
Itacho Sushi Menu
The Itacho Sushi Menu is very extensive with a simple Salmon Sushi starting at $1.60 through to the Live Arc Shell costing $16 for 1 piece. A must-try is the Kogoshima Wagyu Sushi which costs $7.80 for 1 piece.
They have a selection called Roasted which means the Sushi has been scorched with a blow torch and again prices are reasonable, roasted Salmon with cheese costs $2.10 whilst the upper-end Fois Gras costs $8.00 per piece.
The Itacho Sushi Menu is 22 pages long so I won’t bore you with that but instead you can download their menu in an app on the App Store and Google Play.
There are 8 Itacho Sushi Outlets across Singapore, from The Jewel Changi Airport, ION Orchard, Plaza Singapura, The Star Vista, Bugis Junction, Novena Square 2, Tampines Mall and of course here there is Itacho Sushi Bedok Mall.
Itacho Sushi Delivery offers GrabFood, Deliveroo and our friends at Foodpanda.
Itacho Sushi is Not Halal Certified
Yes, more Sushi in Bedok Mall but the good news is that Junshin Express is Halal Sushi! They have all the usual suspects, Sushi, Sashimi, Gunkan, and Maki but some items stand out, the Fruits and Dim Sum which do not really fit the Sushi modus operandi!
The Maki roll is one of the favorites among the Junshin Express customers, choices are Big or Small, and then add ingredients by your personal preference. We recommend the Charred Salmon Roll for that umami taste! You can order the Soft Shell Crab Maki for $8.80 (Excl. GST) online, bargain!)
What on earth are Fruits and Dim Sum doing here? Well, I guess there might be some people who don’t eat meat or fish, so the banana, Kiwi, or Strawberry sushi is a thing, don’t knock it until you have tried it!
The Dim Sum has 5 choices, all very different from what you’d find on a typical Dim Sum menu, Chicken Otah Lemon Grass, Chicken Sugar Cane (I even I am questioning this one!), Liu Sha Pau, Quail Egg Siew Mai, and Yam Nest! Then they have a steam and fried Dim Sum selection that has all the usual items to choose from.
Junshin Express Delivery is island-wide, be sure to check their website on minimum orders before ordering delivery.
Junshin Express is Halal Certified
Halfway through the 22 places to east at Bedok Mall
LeNu is a casual Chinese noodle café that strives for culinary perfection in each bowl while maintaining affordable costs to ensure that all of its patrons are happy with their experience and the queues at this Bedok food outlet at the weekend are off the charts.
Indulge in the beef braised broth that is produced for 18 hours using only the freshest beef marrow, bones, and other quality ingredients. This braised broth has a deep, authentic flavour that comes from the cattle.
The pork bone soup has a flavour that is deep and full, as well as a high protein and collagen content because it is slow-cooked for more than 12 hours.
There will also be noodles available that have been tossed in a handmade sauce created by Chef Wai. These noodles are certain to be relished until the very last bite.
Your bowl of Chinese noodles can be made to order by selecting the type of noodle you want and the type of meat you want, which can be pork, chicken, or beef. Because not only do they utilize only the finest ingredients, but they also measure out each one precisely, you can rest assured that every single bowl of delight will have an identical flavour profile.
Chilled Sugarcoated Anchovies and Chilled Silken Tofu with Century Egg are just two examples of the delectable and revitalizing handmade appetizers that are available to choose from. There are many more. In the interim when you are waiting for the hot noodles to be served to you, pamper your taste senses with these starters.
This is also a Chinese restaurant that serves a variety of other different tasty meals. One meal is the pork wonton meal for $7.30. You will get 5 wontons topped with green onions and served with a chili sauce. Another dish is the fish fillet soup for $13.50. The soup is made with pork bone and has creamy fish floating on top.
Mendon is a Japanese restaurant that is best known for its rice and noodle bowls. This restaurant has a variety of dishes to choose from that are affordable and cooks fast to satisfy your hunger.
On the Mendon website, they like to introduce you to their preparation techniques of which they are clearly very proud.
Mendon further explained that they do this so that they may continue to provide you with bowls of rice and noodles that are Quick, Affordable, and Delicious:
- Chicken meat that has been marinated slowly in their special sauce for more than 48 hours
- Specially made Char Siew and Stewed Pork that is boiled over for a day
- Pork used for Tonkatsu are marinated for more than 12 hours in traditional Japanese fermented condiment
- Salmon is from the Faroe Islands in Denmark
- Scallops are from Aomori prefecture in Japan
Mendon Bedok Mall menu for 2022
Paik’s Bibimpap is the first Korean restaurant we have come across in Bedok Mall. One of their dishes is Bibimbap served with Bibim noodles.
The concept for Paik’s Bibim was developed by Jong Won Paik, a famous chef who is widely considered to be the best in Korea.
The restaurants that Jong Won Paik is responsible for are all enormous successes in Korea, including Bornga, Paik’s Coffee, and Hanshin Pocha.
Since launching its first Paik’s Bibimpap location in Singapore in 2013, the chain has been serving a revamped take on the traditional Korean meal known as Bibimbap. Because of its commitment to fostering a balanced and nutritious diet for its patrons, Paik’s Bibim places special attention on the consistency of the flavour of its Bibimbaps, which are made using fresh veggies and other ingredients.
One of the most popular traditional Korean dishes is given a modern makeover at Philosophy Paik’s Bibim. One of the new recipes that stands out as particularly fascinating is the teriyaki chicken bibimbap.
By combining ingredients in a way that satisfies a wide range of taste preferences, Paik’s Bibim is working toward its mission of making traditional bibimbap cooking more well-known all over the world.
Here’s the first taste of Vietnamese food that we have come across in Bedok Mall. This food will remind you of your home if you live in Vietnam.
A great appetizer is the snack platter. The snack platter has a few different foods to try, such as prawn rolls that are fried, chicken skewers, and prawn cakes. Another dish is compiled of your favorite meats, such as beef balls, beef slices, and beef tripe served over crispy noodles.
Pho Street has a lively atmosphere and serves authentic Vietnamese street food, from the most famous Pho to a variety of tasty street snacks and crusty Banh Mi.
Pho Street, under the direction of their Vietnamese executive chef, is serving up mouthwatering meals that are sure to whet your appetite with the rich flavours of traditional Vietnamese cuisine.
If you’re craving authentic Vietnamese cuisine, Pho Street at Bedok Mall is only one rail stop away, or a number of buses, or a Grab…
Pho Street Bedok Mall menu 2023
This American food is everyone’s favorite. There’s one popular pizza called the curry chicken pizza for $26.40. This pizza is made for customers that love spicy food. The pizza has spicy curry chicken, potatoes, onions, and diced tomatoes all on one pizza. Another popular choice is the Hawaiian pizza also for $26.40. This pizza has all your favourite ingredients, such as ham and pineapple.
Pizza Hut is a restaurant company and international franchise that was established in 1958 in Wichita, Kansas by Dan and Frank Carney. Pizza Hut is an American multinational restaurant chain. In addition to their famous pan pizza, they also offer a variety of other foods, such as pasta, breadsticks, and desserts.
- Pan pizza, baked in a pan with a crispy edge;
- “Stuffed crust” pizza, with the outermost edge wrapped around a cylinder of mozzarella cheese;
- “Hand-tossed”, more like traditional pizzeria crusts;
- “Thin ‘N Crispy”, a thin, crisp dough which was Pizza Hut’s original style;
- Dippin’ Strips pizza, a pizza cut into small strips that can be dipped into a number of sauces;
- The P’Zone, a calzone with a marinara dipping sauce that comes in plain, Supremo, Meaty, and pepperoni
- The Bigfoot pizza, its largest product
- The Priazzo, a pie-like pizza stuffed with pizza ingredients
This is a great Thai restaurant for you to sink your teeth into. One dish you can purchase is chicken and fried fish. You can choose either 6, 9, or 12 pieces. Each piece is breaded and seasoned beautifully. Another dish to purchase is the Thai snack delights box. There are three boxes to choose from. One box you will receive is a 4 piece of beef or chicken ball and you will also receive 4 pieces of chicken wings. It’s served with a side of Saap Saap sauce for dipping.
Saap Saap Thai in Bedok Mall is a Thai Halal specialty food chain. The Singaporean classics featured at Saap Saap Thai are well-known and loved all around the country.
In this casual, pleasant, and self-service restaurant, you can enjoy traditional street-style fried chicken, stir-fried rice dishes with a modern twist, Thai noodles, a wonderful spicy Thai salad, sweets, and unique drinks.
Chicken or Beef, I’ll have both, please! The thick broth used to cook Thai Boat Noodles has a flavour profile that is authentically Thai, and it is topped with soft bits of beef meat or chicken.
Saap Saap Thai is able to capture the spirit of real Thai cuisine, which is characterized by flavours of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy.
By employing only the freshest local ingredients in combination with sauces, herbs, and spices that are imported from Thailand. It’s a knockout.
San Ren Xing Chinese restaurant has a lot of deals that would be perfect for you to take home to your family. One of these deals is the takeaway set for five people for $239.40. Each person can choose one of their favourite dishes. Another dish is made with a healthy person in mind.
The spinach in supreme stock for $17.50. This dish has a bowl full of spinach topped with orange slices and made with a seasoned stock.
Experience the delicious flavours of Fujian and Sichuan cuisines.
Enjoy an all-day family feast packed with mouth-wearing Fujian and Sichuan delicacies, with over 80 different meals to select from.
Every journey has its own taste. Allow each sip and bite to transport you to a world that is both familiar and unfamiliar. Their goal is to ensure that you have an enjoyable time on all of your journeys, with all of the many tastes and sights that they provide.
This is another Thai cuisine restaurant in Bedok Mall that will make your mouth water.
One of the most popular dishes is a platter with your favorite seafood to sample. Most likely, you’ll find lobster tails, clams, and fish balls.
Sanook Kitchen is a destination for Thai food lovers who are looking for new and exciting experiences, and it offers a wide variety of authentic, no-frills Thai cuisine at its very best.
The authentic flavour of this dish, which is distinguished by the use of Thai spices and ingredients that have been carefully picked, will leave you feeling satiated yet still wanting more.
Every visit will guarantee a brand new exciting experience thanks to the restaurant’s extensive menu, which features traditional dishes such as appetizers, soup, curries, seafood, and more at rates that are favorable to one’s wallet.
Food from Thailand Prepared Daily.
This Korean restaurant has several of your favorite food choices on one menu. One of those choices is one of the newest items that have been added to their menu, which is the chicken and mandu doenjang ramyeon that you can purchase for $13.00. The chicken and mandu are served over seasoned noodles that are drenched in Korean sauce. Another dish you can try is the seafood doenjang ramyeon for $15.00 which has a few of your favorite seafood choices over a bed of noodles.
If you are a connoisseur of Korean cuisine, then you are aware that there is much more to Korean food than only KIMCHI. Bibim Baps,
HotPots, and Jjiage Sets are just a few of the traditional Korean delicacies that can be found on the menu at Seoul Garden HotPot. With a wider selection of mouthwatering foods that are not only kind to customers’ wallets but also certain to sate their rumbling stomachs, this place has it all!
The Seoul Garden HotPot is the ideal spot for you to go because of the laid-back and talkative ambiance, the helpful and friendly staff, and the delicious food.
So, if you’ve been looking for a place to satisfy your hunger for Bibim Bap or HotPot, make your way over to Seoul Garden HotPot as soon as possible!
So Ramen is a Ramen restaurant where each dish is served with Ramen noodles. One of their most requested dishes is the Grand Tonkotsu Ramen. When this dish is placed in front of you, you will notice it has three of your favorite classics, such as Cha Shu, Toroniku, and Buta Kakuni. Those three things are laid perfectly over their black onion sauce.
Another popular dish is the Butariki Ishinabe. To make sure the heat is maintained throughout the dish, it’s served in a stone rice bowl. This dish has barbeque pork topped with onions and a little bit of seaweed with an egg on top. A sauce is drizzled over the dish.
So, which in both Japanese and Mandarin means “beginning” and “creativity” respectively, is used to denote the beginning of an innovative new culinary concept in Japanese culture.
So Ramen is dedicated to providing quality ramen at an affordable price together with the most enjoyable dining experience possible, both of which will have you coming back for more.
So Ramen offers three distinct varieties of ramen, all of which are made using excellent wheat flour. These ramen noodles have been carefully crafted to achieve the best possible synergy with the various broths, resulting in a dining experience that is really unforgettable.
Shoyu, Miso, Tonkotsu, Uobushi Tonkotsu, and Spicy Tonkotsu are the names of the five mouthwatering broths that can be found at So, each of which has been cooked for hours to achieve a flavourful depth. It is certainly a Bedok Food favourite for the Is Life a Recipe team.
This is one of the very few American restaurants listed at the mall, but it’s also one of the best. Their breaded shrimp dish is the best there is, and it’s served with a side of tartar sauce for dipping. Their double cheeseburger is another popular dish and is cooked how you like it. It’s served in a sesame bun with two hamburger patties, pickles, lettuce, tomato, and two slices of cheese. This dish is served with a side of fries.
Earle Swensen opened his first Ice Cream Shoppe in San Francisco in 1948 on Russian Hill. He advertised his ice cream as being “Good as Father Used to Make,” but he had no idea that Swensen’s would one day become a name that was synonymous with the most extraordinary and delicious ice cream that the world had ever known.
Since that time, more than 180 types of ice cream have been developed, and they are liked by people of all ages, which has earned Earle Swensen the title of “America’s Ice Cream Man.” The fact that there are over 200 Swensen’s ice cream locations all over the world, including in Asia, the Middle East, the United States of America, and South America, is proof certain that ice cream fans agreed with the statement.
Swensen’s first opened its doors in Singapore in 1979 and quickly became a local favorite by providing customers with mouthwatering ice cream sundaes served in a welcoming environment that lacked any air of pretense. When it’s time to relax over a meal or commemorate a momentous occasion, friends and family often gather in the warm and inviting booth chairs that feature the signature Tiffany lights.
Swensen’s has developed over the years to become a restaurant chain offering not only ice cream, but fun and friendly casual-dining with a wide selection of hearty food, desserts, beverages, ice cream cakes and takeaway novelties.
Swensen’s is now a household name in Singapore and as far as Bedok food goes its an icon in this mall, and the brand is closely associated with pleasant recollections of quality time spent with loved ones. Swensen’s has grown to include over 20 full-service restaurants, each of which serves an all-day menu of food in addition to ice cream sundaes. Swensen’s continues to bring people together for hearty meals and the creation of new memories. The first Swensen’s restaurant opened in 1979 at Thomson Plaza and featured seating for 200 guests.
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311 New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 467360
Train; EW5 Bedok MRT
Bus; 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 17, 17A, 18, 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 30E, 31, 32, 33, 35, 35M, 38, 40, 60, 66, 69, 87, 168, 196, 197, 222, 225G, 225W, 228, 229, 401, 854, 854E
Car; From PIE, nearest exit: Exit 8A or Exit 6 From ECP, nearest exit: Exit 7B
PARKING LOT AVAILABILITY: 2
MON-FRI before 5/6 PM
$1.50 for 1st hr, $0.40 for next subsequent 15min from 12midnight to 11.59pm
MON-FRI after 5/6 PM
$1.50 for 1st hr, $0.40 for next subsequent 15min from 12midnight to 11.59pm
Charges same as weekdays
The mall houses over 200 shops across three floors, offering everyday essentials, lifestyle and fashion.
Our conclusions of 22 places to eat at Bedok Mall
The Bedok Mall can be found in the Singapore neighbourhood of the same name. It is a part of a larger mixed-use project that also includes housing and retail space, and it is connected to the nearby bus station.
Built on the site of the former Bedok bus interchange, it was the first large shopping mall to open in the area. As far as we know, this shopping center was the first of its sort in Bedok and it is a MONSTER.
Directly above the mall, on Level 2, is the bus interchange, and a link to the Bedok MRT station can be found in the mall’s basement, Level 2.
Nearby is also the Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, which is equally colossal.
Watch this blog for some content about that coming soon. We’re going large on that hawker.
We love it here. It really is a day trip for the family. Do some good shopping browsing, enjoy the cool air and chow down on a plethora of international food options. Our 22 places to eat at Bedok Mall is scratching the surface. More to come.