The Roxy Square Shopping Centre has a small food court that is very popular. It is usually very crowded. Even if we wanted to buy to takeaway, the long waiting time might be a deterrent. During the Circuit Breaker period, the place seems deserted by comparison. The situation is bad for the hawkers but it is also a good time for takeaway from Roxy Square, especially if you like to eat the original Katong Laksa.
The Food Court in Roxy Square is where the famous Original Katong Laksa: Janggut Laksa stall is located. Many tourists and Singaporeans from all over the island would visit Roxy Square to try the Katong Laksa. The food court also has several other stalls for cheap and good food. See our post – Katong Laksa Food Court in Roxy Square.
Takeaway from Roxy Square
The stalls in the food court remain open, so takeaway from Roxy Square is possible. During meal times, there will still a stream of customers who will go there dabao food but the waiting time for the food is currently much shorter relative to pre-COVID 19 days.
Our takeaway from Roxy Square was laksa ($5), wanton noodles ($5) and chicken hor fun ($5).
Original Katong Laksa
The Original Katong Laksa: Janggut Laksa has their own containers which look quite attractive. The takeaway laksa costs 50 cents more but the portion also seems to be bigger relative to the laksa served in the food court. Taste-wise, it was still as good as ever.
It is now possible to order Original Katong Laksa: Janggut Laksa online for pick up or delivery. A Laksa DIY set is available. Other dishes like chicken cutlet rice, chap chye and otah otah are also on the online menu.
There have several outlets Including:
Queensway Shopping Centre
Tel: +65 97771556
Tel: +65 96586133
Tel: +65 97771556
331 Upper Paya Lebar Road
Tel: +65 62039526
美樱云吞面 Bei-Ing Wanton Noodles
Bei-Ing sells a variety of noodles as well as nasi lemak and otah.
We bought wanton noodles and shredded chicken hor fun.
The old school wanton noodles with a few pieces of char siew, steamed wantons and fried wantons was a delightful dish. We have eaten the dish many times, with or without chilli, and have always enjoyed it.
The shredded chicken hor fun looked kind of simple and bland. However, the dry version of hor fun was tasty. The secret might be the generous amount of la pok or fried lard bits. We would be happy to order the hor fun again.
They take orders via telephone +65 90467176 / +65 64409511 as well as via Whatsapp/Facebook/Instagram. They can also make delivery.
50 East Coast Road
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