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What to Eat at 18 Tai Seng 2022

18 Tai Seng, a mixed development with a small retail centre, opened in 2017. There has been a significant turnover of F&B tenants since but in 2022 the mall still has an interesting range of restaurants, cafes and eateries.

18 Tai Seng Food Options

18 Tai Seng

Tai Seng had a colourful history. However, from the 1970s, the residents of Kampong Tai Seng were resettled and the area became a light industrial estate. With the opening of the new Tai Seng MRT station and several new developments around the station, the food scene in Tai Seng became vibrant again. 18 Tai Seng, connected directly by an underground pedestrian link to Tai Seng MRT station, is the most popular F&B destination in the area.

18 Tai Seng Food Options and Amenities

The retail centre of 18 Tai Seng comprised the ground level and basement one. There is a good variety of F&B establishments. Cuisines representing diverse regions of the world, beer, specialty coffee, vegetarian food, bubble tea and popular local hawker fare are among the food and beverage options available. Here is a quick look at some of 18 Tai Seng food and dining options in 2022.

Ground Level

Huggs Coffee

Huggs Coffee at 18 Tai Seng
Huggs Coffee at Tai Seng 18
Huggs Coffee #01-K1

Huggs Coffee #01-K1 – Serves coffee and a range of beverages, including local kopi O, as well as wraps, cakes and pastries.

Website | Menu



Veggie House

Veggie House #01-K2 – offers a range of vegetarian-friendly dishes including laksa and tom yum bee hoon.


Harry’s

Harry's Bar at Tai Seng Menu
Harry's Bar at Tai Seng
18 Tai Seng Harry's Bar

Harry’s #01-K4/23-25 – a place for after-office drinks as well as a wide range of food like Sausage Platter, Chicken & Beef Satay, Sriracha Seafood, Chicken Tandoori Skewers, Pasta and Burger.

Website | Menu



Ramen Tenji

Ramen Tenji #01-01 – they make their own noodles and pair different noodles with different broths to ensure that each affordable bowl of ramen is an enjoyable experience.


Hawker Chan

Liao Fan Hawker Chan
Michelin Star Hawker Chan Soya Sauce Chicken Rice
Hawker Chan Menu

Liao Fan Hawker Chan #01-02 – Hawker Chan Hong Meng of Chinatown, which was the first-ever hawker stall to be awarded one Michelin star, has an outlet in 18 Tai Seng. Read the post about our lunch at Hawker Chan Restaurant.

Website | Menu


Gong Yuan Ma La Tang

Gong Yuan Ma La Tang 宫源麻辣烫 #01-03/04 – choose your ingredients and choose your soup base (MaLa, Pork Broth, Pickled Vegetables), and they will prepare a delicious bowl on the spot for you.

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The Hainan Colony

The Hainan Colony at 18 Tai Seng
The Hainan Colony Menu

The Hainan Colony #01-26 – serves British-Hainanese heritage cuisine including Hainanese Pork Chop, Fish & Chips and Beef Oxtail.

Facebook Page


Rocky Master

Rocky Master Tai Seng
Rocky Master 18 Tai Seng

Rocky Master #01-28 – Casual diner and cafe serving gourmet coffee and Western food as well as Asian favourites like Laksa Supreme, Curry Chicken, Biryani Rice and Pan-fried Carrot cake. See our post on our visit to Rocky Master.

Website | Menu


Blanco Court Beef Noodles

Blanco Court Beef Noodles
Blanco Court Beef Noodles Menu

Blanco Court Beef Noodles  #01-30 –  This popular noodles chain is now serving their satisfying bowls of traditional Hainanese beef noodles in Tai Seng.

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Kinzan-Ya

Kinzan-Ya at 18 Tai Seng
Kinzan-Ya menu
Kinzan-Ya set menu

Kinzan-Ya #01-33 – Japanese restaurant offering the usual Japanese staples.

Website


Took Lae Dee

Tai Seng Took Lae Dee
Took Lae Dee menu

Took Lae Dee #01-34/35/K9 is one of the most popular restaurants in 18 Tai Seng. It is easy to understand why – cheap and good Thai food. Read about our visit to Took Lae Dee.

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Tim Ho Wan

Tim Ho Wan at 18 Tai Seng
Tim Ho Wan New Menu

Tim Ho Wan #01-34 – Tim Ho Wan, started by Chef Mak Kwai Pui and Chef Leung Fai Keung with a 20-seater dim sum restaurant in Mongkok, has won a Michelin Star and millions of fans worldwide. The popular dim sum chain has a new outlet in 18 Tai Seng.

Website | Menu


Other F&B outlets on the ground level of 18 Tai Seng will include MOS Burger, Jalan Kayu Prata Cafe and Long John’s Silver.

MOS Burger at 18 Tai Seng

MOS Burger #01-05/06 | Website

Jalan Kayu Prata at 18 Tai Seng
Tai Seng Prata Menu

Jalan Kayu Prata Cafe #01-29 | Facebook Page

Long John Silver at 18 Tai Seng

Long John Silver’s #01-31/32 | Website | Menu

Basement

Fun Toast

Fun Toast at Tai Seng

Fun Toast #B1-01 – serves local coffee and hot food such as mee siam and chicken cutlet. |  Website

nomVnom

nonVnom at 18 Tai Seng
nonVnom at 18 Tai Seng
nonVnom

nonVnom #B1-02 – Serves vegetarian burgers and desserts. | Website

Sunny Korean

Sunny Korean Cuisine at Tai Seng
Menu Sunny Korean Cuisine at Tai Seng
Sunny Korean Cuisine at 18 Tai Seng
Sunny Korean Cuisine at 18 Tai Seng

Sunny Korean Cuisine #B1-03 – A wide variety of affordable Korean dishes, including a kimchi hotpot for 2. We liked their hot plate beef and Korean Abalone Porridge.

Other F&B Outlets in the basement of 18 Tai Seng include LiHo, Mr Bean, My Little Coconut and Red House.

Red House Nasi Lemak

Red House Nasi Lemak #B1-10

18 Tai Seng Mr Bean
Mr Bean at 18 Tai Seng

Mr Bean #B1-12  | Website

18 Tai Seng LiHo

LiHo #B1-11 | Facebook Page

My Little Coconut #B1-17 | Facebook Page

 A bakery, food court and supermarket are also in Basement One of 18 Tai Seng.

Bakery 18 Tai Seng

Bakery Cuisine #B1-08/09 | Website

Food Court 18 Tai Seng
Lets' Eat Food Court 18 Tai Seng

Lets’ Eat Food Court #B1-14 | Website

FairPrice 18 Tai Seng

NTUC FairPrice Supermarket #B1-13 | Website

Halal Options

Based on MUIS Website, halal-certified eating establishments in 18 Tai Seng include Long John Silver’s and Rocky Master.

18 Tai Seng Car Parking

There is a multi-storey car park in 18 Tai Seng. Car park fees are currently $1 per 30 minutes on weekdays till 5 pm.

Shoppers can enjoy free car parking at 18 Tai Seng on weekdays (5 pm – 11.59 pm) and on weekends and Public Holidays (6 am – 11.59 pm) – subject to changes by the management.

18 Tai Seng Car Park Charges

18 Tai Seng is connected to the Tai Seng MRT Station via an underpass.

Tai Seng MRT Station

Lots to eat at 18 Tai Seng

Eat at 18 Tai Seng can mean dim sum, roti prata or fish & chips, local, Thai, Korean, Japanese, Western, or British-Hainanese dishes; and there are vegan-friendly and halal options. It might have been a problem previously finding a place to eat in Tai Seng. With the interesting and diverse options at 18 Tai Seng, deciding what to eat in Tai Seng may be the new problem.

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