SingPost Centre (or Singapore Post Centre) is where the General Post Office is located. In 2021, it is more likely that you will eat at SingPost Centre than do any postal transaction there. You will find that the SingPost Centre food options are varied and affordably priced. There are local and international restaurants and cafes catering to a wide range of taste.
SingPost Centre – Home to GPO & More
Located next to the Paya Lebar MRT interchange station, SingPost Centre houses the General Post Office (GPO) and the Philatelic Store.
POSB has a branch there. Golden Village cinema is on the third level. Diaso Japan and 7-Eleven have outlets in the mall. NTUC Fairprice Supermarket, Lee Mart and Farm Frozen are places for groceries.
Cafes, restaurants, food kiosks and other eating places take up a very large proportion of the retail mall. As if to balance things off, there are a few sporting goods shops and a Fitness First gym.
Affordable Eats at SingPost Centre Food Halls
Those who want to eat at SingPost Centre will find that there are cheap and good options in the multi-stalls mini food halls.
Located on Level 2 of the mall, Singapura Heritage is a mini food hall with stalls for a wide variety of Singapore street food and beverages.
Mr Popiah, Hougang Otah, Bee Hong Hainanese Chicken Rice, Zhen Jie Prawn Noodle, Zhong Zhong Ngoh Hiang, Heng Heng Curry Rice and Rong’s Wantan Noodle are among the stalls there.
An old school ice cream & drinks stall and D’penyetz are also in the Singapura Heritage food hall .
Malaysian street hawker fare like Paus, Calypot Rice, Nasi Lemak and Char Kway Teow are cheap and good food offered at Malaysian Chiak, one of the most popular spot in the basement of SingPost Centre.
SingPost Centre Restaurants & Cafes
The SingPost Centre Mall has varied food options – from Japanese and Korean fare to Western cuisine; as well as a wide range of local cuisine ranging from roti prata to yong tau hu. Here is an overview of things to eat at SingPost Centre by levels.
Drink & Eat at SingPost Centre Level 1
Gong Cha Singapore flagship outlet is at SingPost Centre.
Other bubble tea options in Singpost Centre will include R&B and Hopii.
The wide selection of beverages includes Fresh Milk series, Fruit Teas, Milk Teas, Macchiateas, Cheese Teas and the trendy Black Sugar Teas.
The No. 1 Mung bean smoothie franchise brand from Taiwan Kaohsiung offers delectable smoothie made with all-natural ingredients such as mung bean and cane sugar.
Hopii Mung Bean Smoothie
Level 1 of SingPost Centre also has many places for coffee and snacks . You can get good strong local coffee from vegetarian restaurant Grove, and at Fun Toast, Old Chang Kee or Kopi & Tarts.
A quick service vegetarian restaurant offering coffee and toasts as well as a dishes such as nasi lemak and noodles.
Kopi & Tarts
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.
Old Chang Kee
You can also have a leisurely cup of coffee and and something to eat at Singpost Centre in cafes such as Chateraise and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
Japanese patisserie which also serves coffee.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
The Astons Group is well represented in the mall with Aji Chan for Japanese food, Aston Specialties for steaks and grills and Chic A Boo for good fried chicken and burgers.
Aji-ichi #01-114 – affordable casual Japanese diner by Aston’s.
Chic A Boo is the fried chicken restaurant by Astons – offering tender chicken, set meals, burgers and sides at affordable price.
Chic A Boo
There are Western, Asian and local restaurants on level 1 to cater for varied budgets and taste.
Long John Silver’s
Little Caesars Pizza
Monga Fried Chicken
Lau Wang Claypot
Level 2 Restaurants
The flagship outlet of ManNa Korean Restaurant is on Level 2 of SingPost Centre – see our post ManNa Korean Restaurant.
ManNa Korean Restaurant
Level 3 Restaurants
Renowned for authentic home-style Fujian cuisine; and have been recognised by Singapore Michelin Guide, Putien is a nice restaurant for business lunch or family dinner.
What to Eat at SingPost Centre Basement
The basement is a popular place to eat at SingPost Centre. Heritage brands like Wee Nam Kee, and Swee Heng and Koo Kee are there.
Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice
Koo Kee Yong Tow Foo Mee
Swee Heng’s Classic 1989 #B1-158 – bakery which also offers sit down dining for Asian meals like nasi lemak and laksa.
Serves Lanzhou beef noodles with la mian hand-pulled in store. See our post 牛一嘴 Núodle – Lanzhou Beef Noodles at SingPost Centre.
Mr Teh Tarik Express
A casual eatery for a taste of our authentic Thai food at affordable prices. See our post Jai Siam Restaurant.
Hainanese Curry Rice, Wanton Noodles and other local dishes at affordable prices.
Curry Chicken, Chicken Rendang, Nasi Lemak, Laksa & Mee Siam and Thai dishes like Phad Thai and Beef Boat noodles
Kaffe & Toast / Thai Noodle Bar
Mei Heong Yuen Dessert
Serves healthy bowls with fresh salmon air-flown from Norway at a reasonable price.
Takeaway Food Kiosks
SingPost Centre food options include many stalls and kiosks for takeaway food and beverages. You can find bread, cakes, pastries, nyonya kuehs, ice cream, yougurt and many types snacks and desserts.
Dough Culture – #01-151A – Website
Twelve Cupcakes #B1-136 twelvecupcakes.com
Yanmi Yogurt – #B1-149 – Facebook Page
SF Fruits #B1-150
Bakery Cuisine #B1-153 – Website
I Love TaiMei 我愛台妹 – #B1-155 – Facebook Page
Zuya Vegetarian – #B1-160 – Website
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.
SingPost Centre Halal Options
Based on MUIS website (as at September 2021), halal-certified SingPost Centre food outlets include
Chic-A-Boo Chicken Specialty,
Kaffe & Toast Thai Noodle Bar,
Kopi & Tarts,
Long John Silver’s,
Mr Teh Tarik Express,
Old Chang Kee,
Swensen’s Restaurant, and
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
SingPost Centre Parking Charges
Basement parking is available at the SingPost Centre.
Current Car park charges:
Mon – Fri:
6am to 6pm: $1.61 for first hour;
$0.86 or Subsequent half hour or part thereof
6pm to 6am: $2.68 per entry
6am to 1pm: $1.61 for first hour;
$0.86 or Subsequent half hour or part thereof
1pm to 6am: $2.68 per entry
Sun & Public Holidays:
All day: $2.68 per entry
Motorcycle: $1.37 per entry all day
There is a good mix of F&B outlets in the new SingPost Centre mall and there is plenty to discover and eat at the SingPost Centre.
10 Eunos Road 8
Tel: +65 6909 1644
Opening Hours : 10am to 10pm
Nearby MRT Station : Paya Lebar
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