Platform M, a multi stall food hall on the second level of SingPost Centre, had been closed for a number of months. It has now been revived as Shafyq’s Platform M. The new Platform M still has the old iteration’s Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Western cuisines and has added nasi padang and roti prata stations to the food hall.
Platform M at SingPost Centre
Platform M used to be a food hall featuring the various restaurants of home-grown restaurant chain Ministry Of Food (MOF) – including Tensho 天勝, Ju Hao, Cafemama and Kazu Kazu. Many MOF outlets shut abruptly earlier in the year and Platform M by MOF at SingPost Centre was also shuttered. In October, the lights at Platform M came on again. The food hall concept is the same but with a slightly different mix of cuisines and a slightly different name – Shafyq’s Platform M.
Tensho 天勝 (for tempura rice bowls) and Kazu (for Japanese rice bowls) as well Ju Hao (for Northern Chinese fare) can still be found in the revived Platform M. The Western food and Korean food restaurants are also in Shafyq’s Platform M but with new names.
Below is the layout floor map infographic of Shafyq’s Platform M
Here are photos of the various “restaurants” or stations and menus we have seen at Shafyq’s Platform M at Singpost Centre.
Shafyq’s Teh Tarik
The drinks stall is Shafyq’s Teh Tarik which of course offers teh tarik and other sarabat stall beverages.
We wonder why the Western food station has the same name as the steakhouse in Goodwood Park Hotel. Shafyq’s Gordon Grill and Goodwood Park’s Gordon Grill both served Western food but are as different as it can get.
We tried the Grilled Chicken Pasta ($9.80) and it was not bad. The creamy pasta sauce was in fact very nice.
Tensho 天勝 was one of the most popular restaurants of the MOF Group. It is one of the stations of the old Platform M that is now in Shafyq’s Platform M. It offers tempura rice bowls and tempura with noodles.
The old Kazu Kazu is now known as Kazu Donburi. It offers a variety of Japanese rice bowls.
We have tried the Gyu Don ($8.90). The quality and taste of the rice bowl was decent considering the price point.
Ju Hao had restaurants in many malls at one time. If you miss their la main and dumplings, you can head to Shafyq’s Pltorm M to get them.
Haengsyo offers a wide range of Korean dishes including fried chicken, ramen and army stew.
Alamak Cik has not started operations when we visited Platform M in early November. Lontong, nasi padang and soto ayam are on its menu.
Makkals Roti also had not opened for business when we visited. Presumably it would be offering roti prata and Indian roti.
The standalone contemporary cafe offer’s acai bowls and beverages.
Shafyq’s Platform M at SingPost Centre
10 Eunos Road 8
Nearby MRT Station : Paya Lebar Interchnage
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