(Updated December 2018) SingPost Centre (or Singapore Post Centre) is touted as Singapore’s first shopping mall that offers a complete suite of eCommerce logistics solutions. A walk around the newly opened SingPost Centre Mall may suggest that for most Singaporeans the “e” in “eCommerce” stands for Eating. Food places take centrestage and it is easy to forget that the General Post Office is there. There are so many things to eat and the SingPost Centre food options are varied and generally reasonably priced.
SingPost Centre – Home to GPO & More
Located next to the Paya Lebar MRT interchange station, SingPost Centre houses the new General Post Office (GPO) and the Philatelic Store. POSB has a branch there and NTUC Fairprice Supermarket, with a new click and collect station, is in the basement. Golden Village cinema is on the third level. There are a few lifestyle shops and, of course, enrichment centres. Cafes, restaurants, food kiosks and other eating places take up a very large proportion of the retail mall. The foodcourt is on level 3.
SingPost Centre Restaurants & Cafes
Here is a quick look at some of the food and dining options at the new SingPost Centre mall.
Gong Cha returns to Singapore and opens their flagship outlet on 1 December 2017 at #01-141A/B SingPost Centre.
Aji-ichi #01-114 – affordable casual Japanese diner by Aston’s.
Aston’s Specialities #01-115 – steak, chicken, seafood and Western fare at affordable prices.
Fun Toast #01-126 – local one dish meals and snacks as well as coffee and toasts.
Kopi & Tarts 01-129 – new local coffee concept, where you can get extra large cups of coffee, egg tarts and pastries.
BBQ Express #01-131 – omurice meals, grilled honey pork ribs and other BBQ items, snacks & finger food.
R&B巡茶 #01-133 – wide selection of beverages includes Fresh Milk series, fruit teas, Milk Teas, Macchiateas, Cheese Teas and the trendy Black Sugar Teas.
Chateraise 01-134/135 – Japanese patisserie which also serves coffee.
牛一嘴 Núodle #01-136 – serves Lanzhou beef noodles with la mian hand-pulled in store. See our post 牛一嘴 Núodle – Lanzhou Beef Noodles at SingPost Centre.
UPOT #01-137 – Taiwan’s hot pot wth 8 soup base to choose from; with a wide variety of fresh hot pot ingredients rotating on the conveyor belt.
Seoul Yummy #01-139 – Korean casual dining restaurant with options to create your own meal set or combo.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf #01-144
Old Chang Kee #01-147 – sit down dining for local dishes like bee hoon and dried laksa. Coffee and teas, as well as their popular curry puffs and hot snacks, are also available.
Long John Silver’s #01-149
Delibowl Dumplings #01-150
Grove 一素 #01-151 – quick service vegetarian restaurant. See our post Grove 一素 by elemen – vegetarian restaurant at SingPost Centre.
Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice #B1-125 – Pupular chicken rice – see our post Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice at United Sqaure.
Hawkerman #B1-128 – crispy fried spring chicken by Tenderfresh, Hokkien Mee fried with the distinctive prawn broth from Warong Kim’s and Ah Boy’s Hokkien popiah. Read our post The Hawkerman at SingPost Centre.
Tel: +65 6747 0913
Mr Teh Tarik Express #B1-130 – favourites include Chicken Briyani, Mee Goreng, Nasi Goreng, Prata and Thosai.
Malaysia Chiak #B1-151 – Malaysian street hawker fare like Penang Prawn Noodles Soup, Char Kway Teow and Chendol.
Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks #B1-155 – Taiwanese favorites such as XXL Crispy Chicken, Crispy Floss Egg Crepe, Handmade Oyster Mee Sua and Seafood Tempura.
Encik Tan #B1-156 – Hainanese Curry Rice, Wanton Noodles and other local dishes at affordable prices.
Kaffe & Toast / Thai Noodle Bar #B1-157 – Curry Chicken, Chicken Rendang, Nasi Lemak, Laksa & Mee Siam and Thai dishes like Phad Thai and Beef Boat noodles.
Swee Heng’s Classic 1989 #B1-158 – bakery which also offers sit down dining for Asian meals like nasi lemak and laksa.
Yu Kee Specialites #B1-162 – duck rice or noodles and a variety of side dishes.
Maki-San #B1-165 – customise your own sushi rolls and Japanese-inspired salads.
Platform M is a multi stalls food hall featuring the various restaurants of the Ministry of Food group – including Tensho 天勝, Ju Hao, Cafemama and new brands Smokehouse, So Lucky, Economi of Scale, Kazu Kazu and Yaki Ramen.
Platorm M By MOF #02-138
Putien #03-106 – renowned for authentic home-style Fujian cuisine; and have been recognised by Singapore Michelin Guide.
Carl’s Jr #03-305
The SingPost Centre food court in on level 3. Operated by Kopitiam, the food court is on level 3 and has the usual range of stalls and has a halal section.
Kopitiam SingPost Centre – #03-102/103/104
7am to 10pm
Takeaway Food Kiosks
SingPost Centre food options include many stalls and kiosks for takeaway food, beverages, cakes and pastries.
Twelve Cupcakes B1-136 twelvecupcakes.com
HEETEA 弘韵喜茶 B1-147
Polar Puffs & Cakes #B1-149 – www.polarpuffs-cakes.com
SF Fruits #B1-150
Mugiya B1-153 – mugiya.com.sg
Harvest Salad & Soup #B1-160 – Facebook Page
Beard Papa’s #B1-161 – www.beardpapa.com
PrimaDéli #B1-164 – www.primadeli.com
Cinema & Supermarket
GV Paya Lebar at level 3 is a Laser Cinema and there is a swanky dining space in the lounge area.
The NTUC Fairprice Supermarket in the basement looks spiffy and has several state of the art features like Scan2Go shop and pay system.
Based on the published list of Halal-certified Eating Establishments on MUIS website, halal-certified SingPost Centre food outlets include Encik Tan, Hawkerman, Kaffee & Toast Thai Noodle Bar, Kopi & Tarts, Long John Silver’s, Maki-San, Nuodle, Old Chnag Kee, Swee Heng, Swensen’s Restaurant, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Wing Zone. A few stalls in Kopitiam are also Halal-certified food establishments.
There is a good mix of F&B outlets in the new SingPost Centre mall and there is plenty to eat and discover at the SingPost Centre.
Here is a picture of the SingPost Centre Directory when it first opened ,giving an overview of what was available.
Check the online SingPost Centre Directory for current listings.
SingPost Centre Parking Charges
Basement parking is available at the new SingPost Centre.
Current Car park charges:
Mon – Fri: 6am to 6pm: $1.50 for first hour;
$0.80 or Subsequent half hour or part thereof
6pm to 6am: $2.50 per entry
Sat: 6am to 1pm: $1.50 for first hour;
$0.80 or Subsequent half hour or part thereof
1pm to 6am: $2.50 per entry
Sun & Public Holidays:6am to 6am: $2.50 per entry
Current Motorcycle Parking Charges:
$1.28 per entry all day
10 Eunos Road 8
Tel: +65 6909 1644
Opening Hours : 10am to 10pm
Nearby MRT Station : Paya Lebar
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