Paya Lebar Square (PL Sq) is one of the 3 developments around the the Paya Lebar MRT Interchange with a wide variety of food places. The new Paya Lebar Quarter may be drawing the crowd but Paya Lebar Square Mall has also refreshed its F&B offerings – with new Keisuke outlets, Gloria Jean’s Coffee and Xing Fu Tang among its new tenants. The Ordinary Patrons Paya Lebar Square Food Options gives a brief overview of the dining options currently available in 3 storey retail mall.
Paya Lebar Square has a food court, Cantine, in the basement next to the Giant Supermarket. Spread over the basement, 1st and 2nd floors are many casual dining restaurants, cafes as well as stalls and kiosks for takeaways.
New F&B Outlets in Paya Lebar Square
There are more than a few newly opened eateries and F&B Outlets in Paya Lebar Square – from dessert shops to Japanese restaurants.
RAMEN KEISUKE TONKOTSU KING NIKU KING
The popular Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King @ Paya Lebar Square has morphed into Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Niku King.
Japanese ramen chain, Niku Soba Keisuke forms half of Ramen Keisuke Group’s first joint ramen concept, alongside the adjacent Tonkotsu King. The combined menu offers much more than ramen. Read more.
One of the most popular new restaurants in PL Sq is Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke.
The new dining concept by Keisuke Takeda, founder of Ramen Keisuke, offers meat items slow-grilled over charcoal and features an all-you-can-eat salad bar. Set meals, starting from $13.90, come with miso soup, onsen egg, traditional Japanese rice and free flow salad.
The famous Taiwanese bubble tea shop is the place for the delicious Brown Sugar Bubble Milk and a range of milk tea and fruit tea. Xing Fu Tang makes its bobas in-house daily, using all natural brown sugar with no preservatives or additives.
A number of restaurants have been in Paya Lebar Square for many years. They are the old favourites which have a loyal following for good reasons.
5 Little Bears
5 Little Baers is small and has limited seating but has been one of the most popular eateries since Paya Lebar Square first opened. It offers 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.
5 Little Bears #B1-09
Jollibee, the largest fast food chain in the Philippines, has a 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.
An unpretentious 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. Their affordably priced set meals are popular. See our post on Set Lunch in Lotus Thai Restaurant.
Affordable Chinese hotpots – signature chicken pot, garlic fried pork ribs, laksa chicken pot and more.
Most of the other eatries in Paya Lebar Square are outlets of F&B chains and franchise stalls including Burger King (#01-37), McDonald’s(#01-68) and Mos Burger(#01-72). Many of them are familiar names which need no introduction.
Gado & Grill
Indonesian food stall offering Gado Gado, Ayam Penyet, hot Bon Soto and other affordable set meals.