The Best Restaurant of Serangoon Gardens in Singapore

Serangoon Garden

This suburban estate, situated between Serangoon and Hougang, has a certain quality. With its unassuming pubs and hidden eateries, Serangoon Gardens has a calm, carefree appeal and is home to one of Singapore’s top hawker hubs. View our comprehensive guide to Serangoon Gardens now.


Best restaurants in Serangoon Gardens: A foodie guide

Kelim Dakdoritang

Welcome to this neighborhood’s newest Korean eatery. Dakdoritang, a fiery chicken hotpot meal stuffed with rice cakes, potatoes, leeks, and chives, is its specialty. Choose the mild version and add udon or knife-cut noodles to your order if you can’t handle the heat. Try the dakttongjip, or fried chicken gizzards, as we dare you. If not, stay with appetizing choices like seaweed rice balls or grilled squid.

Kelim Dakdoritang, 14B Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557265

Dan’s Steaks

Unite, meat lovers! When visiting Serangoon Gardens, be sure to check out this restaurant. This Covid baby has become even more formidable, serving up huge slices that are perfectly grilled and accompanied by delectable sides. For a well-rounded dinner, serve your steak with some appetizers, desserts, and drinks.

Dan’s Steaks, 12 Maju Avenue, Singapore 556690

Apollo Coffee

You must visit this trendy café if you’ve been to Atlas Coffeehouse or Columbus Coffee. Owned by the same people, this place offers everything you need, including excellent coffee, brunch favorites that are served until 3pm, and a cozy atmosphere. The wide community table is perfect for a large party, or you can enjoy some quiet time basking in the sun in the alfresco area.

Apollo Coffee Bar, 65 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555961

Dessert Bowl

Dessert lovers should go straight to this establishment if they like the king of fruits. The durian mousse, which is its specialty, is a rich, creamy treat that will make you desire more. If you’re not like it, you may like some of the other hot and cold options. The coconut shell contains the red bean coco jelly. Adorable!

Dessert Bowl, 80A Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555976

Chomp Chomp Food Centre

Any Singaporean worth their salt will nod when the name of Chomp Chomp Food Centre is made. Being under one roof with all the local favorites means you don’t have to run from pillar to post. A special thanks to Chong Pang Huat’s BBQ chicken wings, Chomp Chomp Fried Oyster’s carrot cake, and Chomp Chomp Hai Wei Yuan Seafood Barbecue’s BBQ stingray. Drink a glass of freshly squeezed sugarcane juice to wash it all down.

Chomp Chomp Food Centre, 20 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557269


This restaurant, which has been serving real Korean cuisine since 2011, has traditional dishes including kimchi jjigae (kimchi stew), ginseng chicken soup, and spicy tofu stew. Like any other Korean restaurant, you will get ten complimentary side dishes that are constantly replenished. Suck into the BBQ mixture if you’re very hungry. What makes this the finest of all? There isn’t any cooking on your part! A big platter of well cooked meat will be served in bite-sized chunks by the amiable crew.

Hanwoori, 76 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555972

Soi Thai Kitchen

Savor Thai cuisine at this laid-back restaurant. It will make you nostalgic for your previous vacation to Bangkok, from the scorching tom yum soup and delicious minced pork omelette to the spicy basil chicken and tart mango salad. Did we also mention that there isn’t a service fee or GST here?

Soi Thai Kitchen, 58 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555954

Serangoon Garden Market

Although it may not be as well-known as Chomp Chomp, it does have some delicious food. If you have the time, wait in line for the luscious duck flesh at the Ah Seng Braised Duck Rice booth. Try the Teochew braised pig offal dishes at Garden Street Kway Chap if you’re feeling daring. For some classic fluffy lunchtime meat buns to go with your kopi, stop by Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery at booth 45 while you’re at it.

Serangoon Garden Market, 49A Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555945

Sri Sun Express

Popular with partygoers, Sri Sun Express is a 24-hour restaurant that offers a wide variety of dishes. We include burgers, roti prata, biryani, nasi goreng, and other dishes in this. Died and left in a coma? Use the three-liter drink towers to drown it all.

Sri Sun Express, 56 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555952

The Larder Cafe

You can get your fill of pizzas, pastas, and burgers at this casual restaurant, along with breakfast fare like avocado toast and eggs benedict. Do you need some encouragement? A wide selection of wines, beers, coffees, and teas are available.

The Larder Cafe, 66A Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555962

Chong Qing Grilled Fish

This restaurant, which specializes in grilled fish, allows customers to choose their favorite fish (such as marble goby or golden snapper) and the accompaniments (such as pork balls, crab sticks, and black fungus). This is where it gets exciting: There are seven distinct flavors and spice levels to choose from. The spicy fragrant kind, which has a medium heat level and is seasoned with fresh chilies and peppercorns, is our favorite. Just be ready to work up a sweat.

Chong Qing Grilled Fish, 2 Maju Avenue, Singapore 556680

R.K. Eating House

RK Eating House serves all-day breakfast favorites including prata and maggi goreng and is open 24/7. After you and your buddies finish their monster-sized tissue prata, persuade them to try the enormous five-liter teh tarik, because after 10 p.m. calories don’t matter.

R.K. Eating House, 1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253


Stay for the waffles, but come for the ice cream. Well-known flavors like s’mores and red velvet are laden with sweet ingredients. Pick from a variety of syrups, such as butterscotch and caramel, then finish it off with a scoop of honeycomb ice cream, cookies and cream, ondeh ondeh, or banana Nutella. It’s worth it, so just be ready for the inevitable sugar rush!

Oblong, 10 Maju Avenue, Singapore 556688

Pow Sing Kitchen

Good Hainanese chicken rice is something we can never say no to, and Pow Sing Restaurant is one of our favorite places to get it. We really like the curry fish head and babi pongteh (stewed pork with fermented soy beans) that are served at the Nonya restaurant.

Pow Sing Restaurant, 59 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555961


At Plonk, unwind with wine and tapas. It seems sense that this bright café and bar, owned by two Australian cooks, makes us think of a beach day. The top deck of the wine bar has a weekly lineup of live musicians, making it an excellent choice for casual evenings or lavish weekend brunches.

Plonk, 7 Maju Avenue, Singapore 556685