(Updated July 2018) Singapore Sports Hub is a fully integrated destination to experience sports and events as well as to shop and dine. The Sports Hub facilities include the 55,000-seat National Stadium with a retractable roof, the Aquatic Centre, Library, Museum and commercial retail space. The Kallang Wave Mall at the Singapore Sports Hub provides a good mix of food and beverage outlets adding to the options found in Leisure Park Kallang and the Indoor Stadium. This is a walkthrough of the options available at the Kallang Wave Mall.
Chocolate Origin. We start with this very hip and trendy place as it is one of the first shop you see as you come out of the car park lift and there is a bold sign which says “This way to Happiness”. They serve chocolate cakes and cuppa lava of cold vanilla ice-cream bottom and warm chocolate cake top.
13 Stages is a new concept eatery which features a menu comprising different varieties of Chicken Rice and Coffee of the 13 States of Malaysia. Read our post 13 Stages – 7 Flavours of Chicken & 13 Flavours of Kopi.
A-One Claypot House. Serves claypot porridge and rice as well as hotplate dishes. The menu includes Dried Scallop Porridge, Hotplate Eggplant with Salted Fish, Claypot Seafood Noodle, Claypot Dried Chilli Frog Leg and Sliced Fish Soup. Prices range from $8 for porridge to $17 for claypot dish. (see post on A-One Claypot @ Seletar Mall)
Al Capone’s is a sports bar which serves Italian fare.
Aji-ichi. This restaurant by the people of Aston Specialities serves ramen, donburi, nabemono and other Japanese favourites at prices generally below $15. You can eat Beef Donburi that is made with US beef and imported Japanese Koshihikari rice for under $8.
Astons Specialties. Another outlet of the restaurant famed for steaks and tasty western fare at reasonable prices.
Basil Thai Kitchen. A casual Thai restaurant serving a variety of noodles and rice meals at prices in the range of $10 to $15. see Basil Thai Kitchen @ Kallang Wave
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. Besides hot and cold beverages, cakes, pies and set meals are available in this rather spacious cafe.
Curry Times Tingkat. A self-service cafe by Old Chang Kee – hot and cold beverages, curry chicken rice, beef noodles and other local favourites.
Encik Tan. Serves rather good local hawker food at very reasonable prices of around $4 to $5. A kaya toast, eggs and coffee breakfast set is also available. see Encik Tan @ Kallang Wave
essentially Coffee offers, well, coffee but also has light bites, waffles and desserts.
Fun Toast. Fun Toast serves local kopi and teh, kaya-butter toasts, softbuns, sandwiches and other local snacks.
issho izakaya. Offers Japanese charcoal grilled skewers, Tempura, Sushi, Sashimi items, udon and soba as well as sake, shochu, wine and more. Weekday set lunches available from $10.80. See Winner at Sports Hub
Ju Hao Xiao Long Bao 聚豪拉面小笼包, which was a popular stall in Lavender Food Square serving Northern Chinese fare like La Mian, Xiao Long Bao and Fried Dumplings, has opened a casual dining outlet in Kallang Wave.
Levure Naturelle. A Japanese-style bakery with an interesting array of freshly baked breads and cakes for take-away.
Marble Slab Creamery. Fresh ice-creams with freshly-baked waffle cones, yogurt, ice cream cakes or waffles are available for take-away or dine-in.
Old Street Bak Kut Teh. This eatery serves Bat Kut Teh with clear peppery broth as well as a dry version. The menu includes pig’s tail soup, braised pig trotters, freshly made dough fritters, bean curd and herbal jelly.
OldTown White Coffee. This nicely decorated outlet has a number of comfortable sofa seats which allow you to sip coffee and enjoy a view of the Kallang Basin. They serve set lunches and a variety of Malaysian-style dishes, such as prawn noodles and Ipoh Hor Fun, in addition to their signature coffee products.
OmoOmo Food Concepts is a casual Korean-Japanese fusion restaurant offering rice/noodle bowls.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen. Very popular for its affordable and delicious fried chicken with side dishes such as Cajun fries and Cajun rice.
Poulet. A casual French restaurant with appetisers like escargot and onion soup; and mains like Iberico pork belly and braise de poulet. Most options are under $20.
Kara by Sogurt. A fast-casual dining concept by Sogurt featuring Sogurt’s signature self-serve froyo bar and a variety of hearty grain bowls and toasties. see So far, Sogurt
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Tea Tree Cafe. Serves Milk Tea and other cold and hot beverages and some light snacks.
Ayam Penyet President. Casual diner serving Indonesian cuisine.
Good Cheer 2 is a bar equipped with interactive electronic dart machines by DARTSLIVE. Servee zero degrees premium Sapporo beer and non-alcholic beverages as well.
Based on the recent list of Halal-certified Eating Establishments on MUIS website, halal-certified outlets include Curry Times Tingkat, Encik Tan, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Manhattan Fish Market, Old Town White Coffee and Pezzo.
At the Sports Hub, food options are also available in the Indoor Stadium and Leisure Park Kallang.
Kallang Wave Mall
1 Stadium Place, Singapore 397628
Nearby Stations: Stadium