Paya Lebar Square – Great Food Options

Paya Lebar Square

Paya Lebar Square

(Updated September 2017) Paya Lebar Square is a new development next to the Paya Lebar MRT Interchange along Paya Lebar Road. It has an U-shaped office tower block and a 3-storey retail podium. The retail mall has a mix of retail specialty shops, food & beverage outlets and a supermarket.

Paya Lebar Square which directly linked to the Paya Lebar MRT Station. There are casual dining restaurants, cheap and good eating places, hip cafes and al fresco chill out spaces. It is great news for those going to Singpost or the Lifelong Learning Institute (see our post on What to East near Paya Lebar MRT Station).

A brief overview of what is currently available in Paya Lebar Square is below. The food court, Cantine, is in the basement and there are many restaurants and cafes in the mall. There are also many  stalls and kiosks for takeaways.

New F& B Outlets

Paya Lebar Square New Food

Paya Lebar Square New Food

Paya Lebar Square Mr Youtiao

Mr Youtiao #01-85

An interesting little cafe selling youtiao, or fried dough fritters, but with a couple of twists; as well as porridge and snacks. See our post on Mr Youtiao @ Novena.


Kajiken at Paya Lebar Square

Kajiken at Paya Lebar Square

Paya Lebar Food

Kajiken #01-86

Kajiken offers a variety of Mazesoba, or dry ramen.

Ah Mah Homemade Cake at Paya Lebar

Ah Mah Homemade Cake #B1-46

The popular Malaysian version of Japaneses egg  sponge cake is now available in Paya Lebar Square – and Singaporeans have one more thing to queue for.

Gado & Grill Menu

Gado & Grill (Paya Lebar Square)

Gado & Grill

Indonesian food stall offering Gado Gado, Ayam Penyet, hot Bon Soto and other affordable set meals.


LiHO #01-50

LiHO Menu


LiHO, Singapore’s home brewed milk tea brand, has opened in Paya Lebar Square.

Jollibee Paya Lebar Square

Jollibee at Paya Lebar Sq

Jollibee Paya Lebar Square

Jollibee, the largest fast food chain in the Philippines, has a new branch at Paya Lebar Square serving its famed Chickenjoy as well as burgers, spaghetti and side dishes like minced chicken rice. Read our post Jollibee brings Joy to Paya Lebar Square.

Lotus Thai At Paya Lebar Square

Lotus Thai At Paya Lebar Square

New Thai restaurant with an array of traditional Thai dishes like Tom Yum Goong, Green Curry and Thai Basil Chicken as well as Thai Milk Tea and Lemongrass Drink. See our post on Set Lunch in Lotus Thai Restaurant.

Pontian Wanton Noodles at Paya Lebar Square

Pontian Wanton Noodles at Paya Lebar Square

Paya Lebar SquarePontian Wanton Noodles

Pontian Wanton Noodles

Pontian Wanton Noodle serves Noodles with Fried Wanton and Wanton Soup; as well as traditional Chinese desserts.

E.A.T at Paya Lebar Square



Serving local  fare like minced pork noodles with mushroom (“bak chor mee”), fishball noodles and laksa as well as finger food items like fishcake and chicken wings.


Chill Panzee Paya Lebar Square

Chill Panzee at Paya Lebar Square

Paya Lebar Sq Ice Cream

Chill Panzee

Chill Panzee serves ice cream, made fresh in store, in a cup or in coconut husk. Thai ice tea and other beverages also available.

Paya Lebar Sq Food  Ju Hao Xiao Long Bao Paya Lebar Square

Ju Hao Xiao Long Bao 聚豪拉面小笼包

Tel : 63856962

In collaboration with Ministry of Food (who is behind brands like Lenas and Social Square), 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 Paya Lebar Square.

see post on Ju Hao Xiao Long Bao 聚豪拉面小笼包 – new at Square 2, Novena

Restaurants & Cafes

5 Little Bears Paya Lebar

5 Little Bears at Paya Lebar Square

5 Little Bears

Serving Taiwanese delights such as Oyster Mee Sua, Braised Pork Rice, Beef Noodles and Honey-glazed Chicken Chop. See post 五只小熊 5 Little Bears at Paya Lebar Square.

Blocs Paya Lebar

Blocs Coffee Paya Lebar

Blocs Inc

Specialty coffee and tea plus light bites – sandwiches, buns and desserts.

Chicken Run Paya Lebar Square

Chicken Run Paya Lebar Square

Chicken Run

Tel : 6702 1373

Affordable Chinese hotpots – signature chicken pot, garlic fried pork ribs, laksa chicken pot and more.

Glacier at Paya Lebar Square

Glacier Frozen Yogurt

Offers a wide variety of yogurt flavours with an extensive choice of toppings.

Green Dot @ Paya Lebar SquareGreen Dot

Tel : 6702 2221


Serving healthy green food options in the form of bento, rice bowls, mushroom pots; plus vegan noodles, burgers and desserts. See our post on Green Dot.

Jack's Place @ Paya Lebar


Jack’s Place

Tel : 6341 6918

Opening Hours : 11am – 10:30pm


Serves a wide range of steaks, local dishes, desserts and cakes. They also have a new concept cafe – Cola Cafe.

see post on Daily lunch deal at Jack’s Place and Dinner at Jack’s Place.

Lenas @ Paya Lebar Square

Lenas at Paya Lebar


Tel : 63416711

Modern American Italian Restaurant – serving all day breakfast, pastas, baked rice and a variety of meats and desserts.

see post on Lenas @ Orchard Gateway

Nine Fresh Desserts

Nine Fresh Desserts Menu

Nine Fresh Desserts Paya Lebar Square

Nine Fresh Desserts

Taiwan style desserts with combinations of bean curd, grass jelly, taro balls, red bean, green bean, pinto bean, peanut and more.


Ramen Keisuke @ Paya Lebar SquareRamen Keisuke Tonkotsu King

Tel : 6341 6123

Serves Tonkotsu Ramen and Gyoza; and free boiled eggs and marinated bean sprouts. See our post on Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King @ Paya Lebar Square.

Sakae SushiSakae Sushi

Shan Cheng Paya Lebar SquareShan Cheng @ Paya Lebar Square

Shan Cheng Ipoh Delicacies

Opening Hours : 10.30 am – 9.30 pm


Kraftwich Paya Lebar

The Soup Spoon Paya Lebar

Kraftwich Paya Lebar

Soup Spoon Paya Lebar

Soup Spoon Paya Lebar

Kraftwich by Swissbake and The Soup Spoon

Opening Hours
8.00am – 10.00pm


Crystal Jade @ Paya Lebar SquareCrystal Jade My Bread

Tel: 6341 6143

Asian and Western delights such as cakes, egg tarts, buns, breads, snacks, pastries and Dim Sum for takeaway.

Duke Bakery

Duke Bakery Paya Lebar Square

Duke Bakery

Combines the Japanese, European and Taiwanese styles of bread making to create a line up of artisan breads.

Four LeavesFour Leaves

Buns, Bread, Cakes & more.

Mugiya @ Paya Lebar Square

Mugiya @ Paya Lebar Square

Mugiya Bakery

Proofer @ Paya Lebar Square Proofer @ Paya Lebar SquareProofer Boulangerie

French artisan bakery with enticing pastries.

Smoothie House Singapore Paya Lebar Square

Smoothie House


Taiwanese dessert shop with snow-like ice desserts and fruit smoothies.

Chain F&B Outlets

The usual chains are also there.

Toast Box @ Paya Lebar Square

Toast Box Menu

Toast Box


SF @ Paya LebarSF Menu



Old Chang Kee @ Paya Lebar Square

Old Chnag Kee Paya Lebar

Old Chang Kee


MOS BurgerMOS Burger




J.Co @ Paya Lebar




Burger King



Pezzo Pizza

Stuff’d & Pezzo


Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Ya Kun Kaya Toast


Food Court

The Cantine Food Court is in the basement. It is airy and feels spacious. The usual stalls – chicken rice, Japanese food, Korean dishes, yong tau hu, nasi padang, noodles etc – can be found.

Cantine Food Court Paya Lebar

Cantine Food Court Paya Lebar

Paya Lebar Food Court

Based on the list of Halal-certified Eating Establishments on MUIS website, halal-certified outlets include Jollibee, Gado & Grill, Kraftwich By SwissBake, Burger King, McDonald’s, Old Chnag Kee, Pezzo, Stuff’d and various stalls in the Cantine food court.


Giant Supermarket has opened in Paya Lebar Square.

Giant Supermarket Paya Lebar SquareEntrance to the multi-storey car park is via Eunos Road 8.

Car Park Charges Paya Lebar SquarePaya Lebar Square

Paya Lebar Square 
60 Paya Lebar Road
Singapore 40905

Tel : +65 6702 3107

Opening Hours : 10 am – 10 pm

Paya Lebar MRT Station


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  1. Thanks so much for a very comprehensive list of restaurants; especially since I can’t find it on the mall’s website!!!

    1. Thank you, Amrita, for reading our blog. When we write we try to include some details whenever possible as we, and some of our friends and family members, use the blog for reference when we are looking for places to eat.

    1. Thanks for your suggestion. As we do not update our posts constantly, our tags may not always be accurate or up to date. Thus, for now we think it may be better if we just provide a link to the List of Muis Halal certified Eating Establishments whenever appropriate. We will consider doing what you have suggested in the future.

  2. We just moved into PLS in Sept, trust my review..:
    Office : POORly made office and low level responsibility from building management. Eco-friendly building, I seriously cannot vote for that claim. Air con was new but spoilt, building mgmt can tell us its our oulwn care and need do. That’s the prob when there’s too many 3rd-world staff…don’t care supervisor.
    Frequently spoilt soap dispenser & hand-towel supply 🙁

    Food. : Good option is getting better esp the newly open authentic Japanese Pork Ramen facing taxi stand that calls for super long Q. Cantin or kopitiam has a store that sells chicken-curry noodle which is terribly represented with flatten thinly slice chicken which made us thought its flatten rice-noodles.

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