Northpoint City food
Maybe it’s a joke that has gone too far, but to many Singaporeans, sans the ones living in the neighbourhood, Yishun has a bad rep. There’s even a now-defunct blog called The Yishun Dream, listing all the weird happenings in the neighbourhood, that made it onto Vice. Stranger Things aside, you’ll find that Yishun is actually a hub for great eats. Aside from the nosh at Yishun Park Hawker Centre, here are 15 Northpoint City food places also worth checking out.
1. Suparakki Ramen
Ramen isn’t typically known to be an affordable, everyday eat. Suparakki Ramen changes that with their bowls of noodles that ring in the till at under $10. Go for the Original Tonkotsu Ramen ($7.90++), or the Dry Truffle Ramen ($6.90++), which is surprisingly wallet-friendly in spite of the premium add-on.
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Unit number: #B2-154
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10am to 10pm, Sun 10:30am to 10pm
2. Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye
Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye is a steamboat restaurant that serves free-flow xiao long bao during their dinner buffet ($26.80+). The XLB is decent, and you can expect a burst of porcine goodness with each dumpling. There are 10 types of soup bases to choose from, and the most noteworthy ones are their Mala Soup and Herbal Chicken Soup. Like a sushi restaurant, the joint is fitted with a conveyor belt carrying ingredients such as fishballs and mushrooms.
Check out our full review of Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye!
Unit number: #B1-184
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 11pm
Tel: 6988 3962
3. Big Fish Small Fish
We are no stranger to Big Fish Small Fish. Known for their massive portions and large variety of sauces, this chippy is one of my go-to spots whenever I’m craving