What to Eat at Tai Seng? Not much you might think. With the opening of 18 Tai Seng, a new mixed development with a Retail Centre, the food options in Tai Seng have improved significantly. Familiar names like Rocky Master, Huggs and Harry’s Bar are there. 18 Tai Seng can even boast of brands of Michelin Star pedigree – Tsuta, Tim Ho Wan and Hawker Chan. Here is a quick look at some of the food and dining options at the new 18 Tai Seng.
Huggs Coffee #01-K1 – Serves coffee and a range of beverages as well as croissants, cakes and pastries. A cappuccino was $4.50.
Green Croft #01-K2 – A place where you can create your own salad bowl or order pasta and wraps. Currently, a bowl of free soup comes with any meal ordered. www.green-croft.com
Jia Xiang Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee 家香kolo面 #01-30 – This growing wanton noodles chain is now serving their kolo mee in Tai Seng. Their menu offers rice or noodles with wantons as well as fish, prawns, curry chicken and even abalone. Facebook Page
Kinzan-Ya #01-33 – Japanese restaurant offering the usual Japanese staples.
Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta #01-01 – Tsuta 蔦, a small ramen shop in Tokyo which won a coveted star from Michelin Guide, offers their signature shoyu soba ramen as well as ramen in other soup bases. Facebook Page
Liao Fan Hawker Chan #01-02 – Hawker Chan Hong Meng of Chinatown one Michelin star Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle has a new outlet in 18 Tai Seng. Read the post about our lunch at Hawker Chan Restaurant.
Bakerzin #01-03/04/05/06 – has a a tempting array of cakes and desserts as well as a selection of affordable savoury eats including soups, healthy salads, hearty pastas, sandwiches and wraps.
Tim Ho Wan #01-34 – Tim Ho Wan, started by Chef Mak Kwai Pui and Chef Leung Fai Keung with a 20-seater dim sum restaurant in Mongkok, has won a Michelin Star and millions of fans worldwide. The popular dim sum chain has a new outlet in 18 Tai Seng.
Rocky Master #01-28 – Casual diner and cafe serving gourmet coffee and Western food as well as Asian favourites like Laksa Supreme, Curry Chicken, Biryani Rice and Pan-fried Carrot cake. See our post on our visit to Rocky Master.
Harry’s #01-K4/23-25 – a place for after office drinks as well as a wide range of food like Sausage Platter, Chicken & Beef Satay, Sriracha Seafood, Chicken Tandoori Skewers, Pasta and Burger.
Other F&B outlets on the ground level of 18 Tai Seng will include Jalan Kayu Prata Cafe, Long John’s Silver, Took Lae Dee and 18’Grill Tex Mex Restaurant.
Sunny Korean Cuisine #B1-03 – A wide variety of affordable Korean dishes, including a kimchi potpot for 2. We liked their hot plate beef ($7). The Korean Abaolne Porridge ($5.50) was not bad too.
nonVnom #B1-02 – Serves vegetarian burgers and desserts.
Fun Toast #B1-01 – serves local coffee and hot food such as mee siam and chicken cutlet. www.funtoast.com.sg
Other F&B Outlets in the basement of 18 Tai Seng include LiHo, Mr Bean and Red House.
Red House Nasi Lemak #B1-10
Mr Bean #B1-12 www.mrbean.com.sg
A bakery, food court and supermarket are also in Basement One of 18 Tai Seng.
Bakery Cuisine & Juice Now #B1-08/09
Lets’ Eat Food Court – #B1-14 letseat.com.sg
NTUC FairPrice Supermarket #B1-13
18 Tai Seng Store Directory
There is a multi-storey car park in 18 Tai Seng. Car park fees are currently $1 per 30 minutes on weekdays till 5 pm.
Up till 30 Sep 2019, shoppers can enjoy free car parking at 18 Tai Seng on weekdays (
18 Tai Seng is now connected to the Tai Seng MRT Station via an underpass.
It might have been a problem previously finding a place to eat in Tai Seng. With the interesting and diverse options at 18 Tai Seng, deciding what to eat in Tai Seng may be the new problem.
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