Hillion Mall is a new shopping mall in Bukit Panjang in the West of Singapore. Together with the Hillion Residences condominium that sits on top of the mall, the project is integrated with the Bukit Panjang bus interchange and LRT and MRT stations. According to the website of Sim Lian Group who is the developer of the project, the mall has 240,000 sq ft of gross floor area and more than 100 retail shops spread over 4 levels. We don’t like to shop but we love to eat, so what we were really interested in is what to eat at Hillion Mall. We took a quick tour and compiled a list of the Hillion Mall Food Places and Restaurants. This is not a complete list as there could be some that we missed out – we suggest you refer to the official tenant directory at Hillion Mall for a full list of shops and restaurants.
Hillion Mall opened on Friday 24 Februrary 2017. It is located on Petir Road, near the junction of Upper Bukit Timah Road and Bukit Panjang Road. There is pedestrian access into the mall from the Bukit Panjang LRT and MRT stations. There are many businesses / shops including Sparkletots Preschool, Watsons, Best Denki etc, but we are only focusing on the food places. Here is the food section of the Hillion list of tenants. Most of the places are open, some are opening soon and a few looked like they are ready but doing some last-minute touching up.
Hillion Mall Food Places and Restaurants.
Some of the other retail shops – do check with the mall for the full list of shops.
B2 Food and Restaurants
A bright new NTUC Fairprice supermarket takes centre stage in Basement 2. It is a 24 hour outlet.
Right outside Fairprice supermarket are two kiosks.
Stuff’d is a kiosk that sells easy to eat on the move food like Mexican burritos and Turkish kebabs. We tried the chicken kebab which was not bad (not much chicken inside but with a lot of vegetables).
Fragrance – bak kwa shop.
Pontian Wanton Noodles
Eastern Rice Dumplings
The Seafood Market Place by Song Fish sells chilled and frozen seafood.
Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Nam Kee Pau – famous for their different types of steamed dumplings. You can read about their extra-large Amy Yip pau here.
KOI – fans of KOI will be happy to be able to get their drinks with chewy balls at Hillion Mall.
Pizza Hut Express
Men Men Don Don – Japanese noodles and rice.
Let’s Eat! serves traditional hawker fare such as fishball noodles.
Proofer Bakery and Pizzeria – breads, waffles and pizza
Pastamania – casual Italian diner with deals for students and senior citizens.
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert – serves more than just dessert items.
I Love Yoo! – Sorry, they don’t mean you. Yoo as in “油” – they serve all kinds of deep-fried food.
Ayam Penyet President was still shut but it looks completed and can open any time soon.
B1 Food and Restaurants
Compared to the shops in B2, most of the shops and restaurants on B1 are larger and more spacious. A few of the regular suspects are here.
Kraftwich – casual cafe by Swissbake serving mostly salads, breakfast and sandwiches.
Long John Silver’s
Saizeriya – Casual Italian restaurant
M(-a-)ki San– Design your sushi and salad. Judging from the flowers, they have a lot of friends.
Ilao Ilao – frozen yogurt
Chateraise Patisserie – Akan Datang
Level 1 Food and Restaurants
Sushi Express – A big conveyor belt sushi restaurant that appears to be very popular.
Kowloon Bay – HongKong Cafe which seems to have comfortable chairs.
Two restaurants by MOF (Ministry of Food) – Danro Collagen Hotpot Buffet and My Izakaya Japanese restaurant.
Dian Xiao Er – Chinese restaurant.
Tian Bao Szechuan Kitchen – looks ready but still closed, probably will open very soon.
A-One Claypot House
You can read about our experience at A-One Claypot House at Kallang Wave Mall here.
My Briyani House
You can read about our experience at the Briyani House outlet at Marine Cove here.
Meni-ichi Japanese ramen restaurant
Two other restaurants were still in the process of renovation – Tuk Tuk Cha (Thai cafe) and Yuba Hut (Japanese casual dining).
Level 1 Seoul Street
Also on level one (but on a different part) of Hillion Mall is a narrow stretch that is named Seoul Street. This is where a cluster of Korean restaurants is located. Two restaurants were in operation at the time of our visit.
Ha Jun Korean Restaurant
Daessiksin Korean BBQ Buffet
You can read about our experience at Daessiksin Korean BBQ Buffet @ NEX here.
Level 2 – Kopitiam Food Court
The only f & b outlet that we saw on level 2 was a massive food court operated by Kopitiam.
Finally, here is some information on car parking charges at the Hillion Mall carpark. The information we have provided is correct as far as we know at the time of this post. But these things do change so please check for any updates.
Happy eating at the new Hillion Mall!
17 Petir Road