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What to Eat at Paya Lebar Square

Paya Lebar Square (PL Sq) is one of the 3 developments around the Paya Lebar MRT Interchange with a wide range of restaurants, cafes and food & beverages outlets. What to eat at Paya Lebar Square? Affordable restaurants such as Lotus Thai, Madura’s, Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King and The Soup Spoon offer a diversity of cuisines. There are also popular takeaway kiosks like Ramburger, Stuff’d and Wok Hey as well as fast food, desserts and bubble tea outlets.

New F&B Outlets in Paya Lebar Square

F&B tenants come and go for different reasons. A good thing about that is that there are new options when you want to eat at Paya Lebar Square. Eateries and F&B Outlets opened in recent months in Paya Lebar Square include a mini Indonesian food court, a plant-based sushi restaurant, a waffle cafe and a fried chicken fast food restaurant.

Cantine

Cantine by Kopitiam reopened in late 2023 after a major make-over. The food court has a contemporary look and feels more spacious.


There is a good variety of stalls offering local and Asian cuisines.

Cantine by Kopitiam
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PastaMania

Pastamania Paya Lebar Square

The homegrown Halal-certified dining concept PastaMania has a brand new outlet at Paya Lebar Square. The diverse range of pasta on its menu includes classics such as Prawn Aglio and Carbonara, as well as fusion delights like Seafood Tom Yum and Salted Egg Chicken pasta.

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Qin Ji Rougamo

Qin Ji Rougamo serves authentic snacks that originated from Shan Xi and Si Chuan provinces – freshly prepared thick braised meat sandwiched between flaky pastry-like buns.

They also have noodles and a few side dishes.

    

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4 Fingers

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4Fingers, the home grown chain of fried chicken restaurants with outlets in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Australia, has opened a store in Paya Lebar Square. It occupies a small space with most of the available seating out in the naturally ventilated kiosk.

4 Fingers at Paya Lebar Square
4 Fingers Menu

Besides the signature crispy fried chicken, seafood, salad and rice box are also on the menu.

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Yole

Yole offers low-calorie desserts, full of flavour and zero sugar added. Enjoy ice cream and frozen yogurt in store or takeaway.

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MIXUE

Mixue Paya Lebar Square

The ice cream and milk tea franchise from China known for its low prices has a new outlet in Paya Lebar Square.

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Saute Sushi

Saute Sushi is a plant-based sushi train concept. It is good for vegetarians, vegans, flexitarians or anyone who wishes to have food made with wholesome natural ingredients.

Saute Sushi
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Gelare

Freshly baked waffles, premium ice cream and small batch roasted barista-made coffee are what you can find at Gelare.

Gelare
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Chinese Tofu Magician

半仙豆夫 Chinese Tofu Magician specializes in creative soy milk, beancurd and soy ice cream and other desserts and snacks. It is a takeaway store though there are a few seats at the counter.

    

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Monster Planet

Gigantic 35cm and 41cm plates, filled with delicious curry made using 14 different types of vegetables and spices, served with rice or noodles, will tempt you to eat at Monster Planet Paya Lebar Square.

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Taste of Indonesia

The mini food court, Taste of Indonesia, has three food stalls and a drinks stall. A good range of Indonesian dishes are available there – including Nasi Padang, Satay, Ayam Penyet, Gado Gado and Oxtail Soup.

mini food court, Taste of Indonesia, PL Sq

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The Old Favourites

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 Bears Paya Lebar
5 Little Bears at Paya Lebar Square

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.

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Bears Cafe

Bear’s Cafe is 5 Little Bears’ branch for Taiwanese snacks and drinks.

Bear’s Cafe
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Jollibee

Jollibee Paya Lebar Square
    

Jollibee at Paya Lebar Sq

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.

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Lotus Thai

Lotus Thai

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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.


Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Niku King

Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Niku King Paya Lebar
Ramen Keisuke @ Paya Lebar Square

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.

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Chicken Run

Chicken Run Paya Lebar Square

Affordable Chinese hotpots – signature chicken pot, garlic fried pork ribs, laksa chicken pot and more.

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Green Dot

Green Dot @ Paya Lebar Square
Green Dot at Paya Lebar Square

Serving healthy green food options in the form of bento, rice bowls, mushroom pots; plus vegan noodles, burgers and desserts. See our post on Green Dot.

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Madura’s

Maduras's Restaurant

Serves North & South Indian cuisines as well as Chinese and Indonesian dishes. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are available.

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iPot Mala Tri-Pot 麻辣三锅

iPot Mala Hot Pot Paya Lebar Square
    

The new hot pot restaurant offers various kinds of mala hotpot such as beauty in tomato pot, pickled cabbage pot, fragrant sesame paste pot and even mala cold pot.

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Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke

One of the most popular new restaurants in PL Sq is Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke.

Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke
Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke Menu

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.

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F&B Chain Outlets

McDonald's at Paya Lebar Square

Most of the other eateries 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.

Crave Nasi Lemak

Crave Nasi Lemak

Crave Nasi Lemak, the popular Adam Road nasi lemak, is now available in Paya Lebar Square.

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The Soup Spoon

Soup Spoon Paya Lebar Square

Wholesome soups – like Mushroom Stroganoff, Boston Clam Chowder & Tokyo Chicken Stew – as well as sandwiches, salads and cakes are offered in The Soup Spoon

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Delibowl

Delibowl Paya Lebar Square
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Delibowl 壹碗 serves simple affordable meal in a single small bowl to go with rice.

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Kei Kaisendon

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Kei Kaisendon Menu

Kei Kaisendon offers sashimi on rice.

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Onkei

Onkei PL Square
Onkei Menu

Onkei serves tonkatsu which comes in a set which includes rice, tonjiru soup, japanese pickles, shredded cabbages and green tea.

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Kajiken

Kajiken at Paya Lebar Square
Kajiken at Paya Lebar Square

Kajiken offers a variety of Mazesoba, or dry ramen.

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Pontian Wanton Noodles

Pontian Wanton Noodles at Paya Lebar Square
Pontian Wanton Noodles at Paya Lebar Square

Pontian Wanton Noodle serves Noodles with Fried Wanton and Wanton Soup; as well as traditional Chinese desserts.

Pontian Wanton Noodles
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Dessert, Coffee & Bubble Tea

The Paya Lebar Square food options extend to desserts and bubble tea; and there is no lack of choices when you want a cup of coffee or some light snacks.

Ji De Chi Dessert

Ji De Chi Dessert PL Sq
    

Ji De Chi Dessert has a tempting range of hot and cold desserts – from colourful snowy ice to traditional tang yuan. Read more.

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Nine Fresh Desserts

Nine Fresh Desserts Menu
Nine Fresh Desserts Paya Lebar Square

Taiwan style desserts with combinations of bean curd, grass jelly, taro balls, red bean, green bean, pinto bean, peanut and more.

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i.tea

i.tea Paya Lebar

i.tea is a drinks outlet offering refreshing premium milk tea made with pure and natural ingredients.

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JCO Donuts & Coffee

JCO Donuts & Coffee
JCO @ Paya Lebar Square

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Fun To Go

Paya Lebar Square Fun to Go

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Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Ya Kun Kaya Toast

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Takeaways

There are a number of takeaway stalls that add to the variety of Paya Lebar Square food options.

Ah Long Pancake & Po Piah

Ah Long Pancake in Paya Lebar
Ah Long Pancake in Paya Lebar

Ah Long Pancake & Po Piah offers pancakes or Min Chiang Kueh (面煎粿) in a variety of flavours and traditional popiah for takeway.

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Pezzo

Pezzo PL Sq
    
Pezzo Pizza

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Stuff’d

Stuff"d

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Wok Hey

Wok Hey Paya Lebar Square
Wok Hey Menu Paya Lebar Square

Work Hey offers customized fried rice and noodles for takeaway.

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Halal Eating Establishments in Paya Lebar Square

Based on MUIS website, Halal Eating Establishments in Paya Lebar Square will include Jolibee, McDonalds, Burger King, Monster Planet, The Soup Spoon, 4 Fingers, Crave, Delibowl, Stuff’d, Gelare, Pezzo and Wok Hey.


Paya Lebar Square Parking Charges

Car

Weekday (Mon – Fri from 12am to 6pm)
$1.50 for 1st hour
$0.80 for subsequent half hour or part thereof

Weekday (Mon – Fri after 6pm)
$2.00 per entry

Weekend (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays)
1st Hour Free Parking
$0.535 for subsequent half hour or part thereof

Motorcycles

Mon – Sun including Public Holidays
$0.70 for 1st hour
$0.70 for subsequent half hour or part thereof

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Paya Lebar Square
60 Paya Lebar Road
Singapore 409051

Tel: 6702 3107

MRT Station: Paya Lebar Station (EW8, CC9)

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