Paya Lebar Square (PL Sq) is one of the 3 developments around the the Paya Lebar MRT Interchange with a wide variety of food places. The new Paya Lebar Quarter may be drawing the crowd but Paya Lebar Square Mall has also refreshed its F&B offerings – with new Keisuke outlets, Gloria Jean’s Coffee and Xing Fu Tang among its new tenants. The Ordinary Patrons Paya Lebar Square Food Options gives a brief overview of the dining options currently available in 3 storey retail mall.
Like green shoots after the rain, new Great World restaurants have sprouted following the major renovations that started in 2018. It is now 2020 and most of the works are complete and Great World City (GWC) has a bright new look and a brand new name – Great World (we wonder how much they paid their consultants who came up with the rebranding of “Great World City” to “Great World”). Change of name aside, if you have not been there in the last 18 months, you may not recognise the place. Here are some TOP Great World restaurants and food places to check out. Some are totally new to Great World restaurants and others are familiar ones that were in GWC but have updated their stores.
Paya Lebar Central precinct is taking shape as a regional business hub. As more businesses move into Paya Lebar, more Food & Beverages establishments are opened to feed the hungry workers. The F&B options in Paya Lebar are now varied and plentiful, especially with the opening of PLQ Mall. Kinex Mall (formerly called One KM) is no longer the new kid on the block and may be suffering the middle child syndrome. However, those looking for affordable good food should not neglect Kinex. The Basement Food Hall in Kinex is a hidden gem. There you can enjoy in air-conditioned comfort reasonably priced congee and bak kut teh as well as Japanese and Korean cuisines which are better than similar offerings in the food courts in the newer malls in Paya Lebar.
Tucked away, hidden from view from the main road is a cluster of restaurants, food outlets and other eateries at the junction of Clementi Road and Sunset Way. They have indoor (air-conditioned) and outdoor (sheltered) seating. Here is our list of 5 TOP Sunset Way restaurants to check out in 2020.
There has been major changes over the years to the Star Vista restaurants line-up. To assist our readers to decide what to eat at Star Vista, this is our 2019 list of some of the best Star Vista restaurants and food places. It includes some new restaurants and some that have been there since the beginning. We have added pictures of sample portions of menus and lunch time offers and links to our reviews, if we have them. For a complete list of restaurants at Star Vista, please refer to the official Star Vista Website.
Paya Lebar Quarter or PLQ is designed to be a place to live, work, shop, dine and play. The massive development by Landlease in the Paya Lebar regional business hub comprises a retail mall (PLQ Mall), three office towers (PLQ1,2 & 3) and three residential towers (Park Place Residences). The Paya Lebar Quarter restaurants and cafes offer interesting dining options and cater to different budgets. There is a good mix of familiar food and beverages (F&B) names and new to market eateries.