(Updated May 2019) Paya Lebar Square is a new development next to the Paya Lebar MRT Interchange along Paya Lebar Road. It has
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 food options are diverse and are refreshed every now and then with new openings of F&B outlets.
Crave Nasi Lemak, the popular Adam Road nasi lemak, is now available in Paya Lebar Square.
Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke is a new dining concept by Keisuke Takeda, founder of Ramen Keisuke. It offers meat items slow-grilled over of charcoal and features an all-you-can-eat salad bar.
Tendon Ginza Itsuki is another Ramen Keisuke’s
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EGG STOP‘s all-day breakfast menu offers an array of sandwiches with eggs of course. A takeaway only outlet.
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Ah Long Pancake & Po Piah offers pancakes or Min Chiang Kueh (面煎粿) in a variety of flavours and traditional popiah for takeway.
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Work Hey offers customized fried rice and noodles for takeaway.
Restaurants & Cafes
Kei Kaisendon offers sashimi on rice.
Maduras’s Restaurant offers a wide range of Indian and Asian dishes from briyani and kebabs to pepper crabs and sweet & sour chicken.
Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint offers rice and noodles with a variety of roast meat including their famous “Char Siew” & “Sio Bak”.
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Tel: 6655 0302
Opening Hours: 10.00am – 10.00pm
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 offers a variety of Mazesoba, or dry ramen.
Ah Mah Homemade Cake #B1-46
The popular Malaysian version of Japanese egg sponge cake is now available in Paya Lebar Square – and Singaporeans have one more thing to queue for.
Gado & Grill
Indonesian food stall offering Gado Gado, Ayam Penyet, hot Bon Soto and other affordable set meals.
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
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
Pontian Wanton Noodle serves Noodles with Fried Wanton and Wanton Soup; as well as traditional Chinese desserts.
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.
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.
Tel : 6702 1373
Affordable Chinese hotpots – signature chicken pot, garlic fried pork ribs, laksa chicken pot and more.
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.
Tel : 6341 6918
Opening Hours : 11am – 10:30pm
Serves a wide range of pastas, beef steaks, Asian fusion dishes, ice cream and waffles.
Nine Fresh Desserts
Taiwan style desserts with combinations of bean curd, grass jelly, taro balls, red bean, green bean, pinto bean, peanut and more.
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.
8.00am – 10.00pm
Crystal Jade My Bread
Tel: 6341 6143
Asian and Western delights such as cakes, egg tarts, buns, breads, snacks, pastries and Dim Sum for takeaway.
Combines the Japanese, European and Taiwanese styles of bread making to create a line up of artisan breads.
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i.tea is a drinks outlet offering refreshing premium milk tea made with pure and natural ingredients.
Chain F&B Outlets
The usual chains are also there.
Old Chang Kee
Stuff’d & Pezzo
JCO Donuts & Coffee
Ya Kun Kaya Toast
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.
Based on the list of Halal-certified Eating Establishments on MUIS website, halal-certified outlets include Eatzi Gourmet Bistro, Jollibee, Gado & Grill, Kraftwich By SwissBake, Madura, Burger King, McDonald’s, Old Chang Kee, Pezzo, Stuff’d and various stalls in the Cantine food court.
Giant Supermarket has opened in Paya Lebar Square.
Entrance to the multi-storey car park is via Eunos Road 8.
Paya Lebar Square Directory
Paya Lebar Square
60 Paya Lebar Road
Tel : +65 6702 3107
Opening Hours : 10 am – 10 pm
Paya Lebar MRT Station
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Paya Lebar means wide swamp in Malay and Paya Lebar Road runs through what used to be a large, swampy area close to the Kallang River.