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MUST TRY: 8 Best Places to Eat Along Bukit Timah

Bukit Timah, home to many schools and fancy houses, you are bound to have passed by it before. However, did you know that Bukit Timah also has a range of different food? If you are not familiar with this area, do not fret, we have compiled a list of places to dine along Bukit Timah that would not make a hole in your wallet! Read more to find out our food must try along Bukit Timah!

8 Must Eat by Foodies in Bukit Timah

Bukit Timah is located in the westernmost area of the central region of Singapore. While there are many places to visit along Bukit Timah such as Bukit Timah Hill and Botanic Gardens, there are also many food areas to explore! While venturing along Bukit Timah, re-fuel your bellies at these must eats!

1. Joo Seng Teochew Porridge

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If you are finding some comfort food, Joo Seng Teochew Porridge is the way to go! Found along beauty world, this gem sells teochew porridge alongside a range of economical dishes. From braised duck to steamed eggg, the choice is yours! Not only that, the stall opens till 4am, for all you night owls! Opening for long hours everyday, drop by any time to get your porridge fix! You will not be disppointed!

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Address: 14 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599738

Opening Hours: 9:30am-4am

2. Good Good Eating House

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Visit Good Good Eating House along Sixth Avenue for some delicious and cheap hawker food! This coffeeshop sells a variety of food from economical rice to kaya toast for breakfast! Try their wonton noodles, that is filled with a generous amount of char siew and bouncy noodles! It is sure to satisfy your mornings!

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Address: 24 Sixth Ave, Singapore 276481

Opening Hours: 6am-10pm daily

3. Royal Thai Boat Noodles & Bar

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While King Albert Park used to be famously known for their MacDonalds, it has been recently torn down and has been replaced by a shopping mall. While you might be bummed to know that MacDonalds have been torn, do not be too disappointed as the mall offers a range of new restaurants! One of them is Royal Thai Boat Noodles & Bar! This restaurant offers real authentic Thai food that will satisfy your cravings! Their hearty boat noodles is fragrant with generous amounts of meat!

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Address: 9 King Albert Park, 01-01/02

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 11am–3:30pm, 5–10:30pm

Sat-Sun 11am-10:30pm

4. La Petit Cuisine

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La Petit Cuisine is a family friendly french restaurant located in Serene Center. With their restaurant being newly renovated, it has a warm and homely atmosphere. They have a wide french menu from pork loins to scallops. They even have a weekday set lunch and dinner menu! Try their duck confit with a side of potato gratin. The gratin is soft and creamy while the duck is tender and well marinated!

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Address: 10 Jln Serene, Singapore 258748

Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 8:30am-9:30am; 11:30am-2:30pm; 5:30pm-9:30pm Closed on Mondays

5. My Cozy Corner

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Tucked away in a corner (literally) in Coronation Plaza, My Cozy Corner offers plenty of traditional Nonya dishes from popiah to laksa! The cheap deals also catches the eyes of many students around the area! The Peranakan owner, Leong Swee Meng uses Nyonya-style fiery and aromatic chili sauce that promises to leave you craving for more!

Try their all known popiah, which is made to order, and served to you fresh and piping hot! What makes this particular popiah special is the generous amount of crispy bits made from parboiled rice that adds an additional crunch and interesting texture.

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Address: 587 Bukit Timah Rd, #02-02 Coronation Plaza, 269707

Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-7pm

Sunday 11am-4pm

6. Riders Cafe

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Found deep within Bukit Timah, Riders Cafe serves delicious contemporary comfort food in a casual and relaxing space that exudes a lovely old world charm. Also, if you arrive at the right time, you may even get to see some horses! Try their pastas and burgers, it will leave you coming back for more!

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Address: 51 Fairways Dr, Singapore 286965

Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 8am-9pm

7. Meat and Chill

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For the meat lovers, this one is for you! Meat and Chill is an ideal place for you to meet over a hearty meat dish and chill over a glass of your favourite refresher with your loved ones. As the name suggests, this restaurant offers a range of different cuts of meat form ribs to flame-grilled steaks. Get a platter to share among your friends and family too!

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Address: 805 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-04 6th Avenue Centre, Singapore 279883

Opening Hours: Tue-Fri 11:30am–2:30pm, 5:30–10pm

Sat-Sun 11am–3pm, 6–10pm

Closed on Mondays

8. Relish by Wild Rocket

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Found deep in Cluny Court, Relish by Wild Rocket serves up some juicy and delicious burgers. They offer unique burgers such as soft shell crab burgers. Try their special Wild Rocket Beef Burger! Their buns are light and fluffy while their patties are juicy and flavourful. You can even choose your patty doneness! If you are not a fan of burgers, they also offer a range of other dishes such as Hae Bee Hiam Spaghetti!

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Address: 501 Bukit Timah Rd, #02-01 Cluny Court, Singapore 259760

Opening Hours: 9am-10pm

All The Best Eating Spots along Bukit Timah!

So what are you waiting for? Go forth and makan! Bukit Timah will no longer be seen as just expensive property and schools! Try one of these restaurants today and get your stomach filled with delicious and yet well priced food! Which one of these places are you most excited to try?

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