If you love trying out different foods or have been eating at the same old place too often, explore these options and you might just find your new favourite!
Looking for a really satisfying and affordable family-friendly restaurant? Try Astons Steak and Salad (#03-28/28A) which features a free-flow, all-you-can-eat buffet and salad bar with over 80 hot and cold sides. Beverages and desserts are also provided by the way (only at The Centrepoint)! Make sure you arrive ready to eat so you get every penny’s worth!
Or if you are looking for something really wholesome and nutritious, Japanese food is something that might hit the spot as well. At Ministry of Food (MOF) My Izakaya (#02-53/54), you can get everything you’re craving for when it comes to sushi, udon, bento sets and even Western fusion dishes! You’ve got to try their unagi hotstone rice which is served in a sizzling hotstone and topped with delicious thick unagi slices. Yum!
But guess what? The crowd favourite is actually their steak, best served medium with parma fries and coleslaw. Yes, they serve a variety of western dishes that will please both the ladies and the gentlemen. You’ll be glad to know that MOF does not use MSG, chemicals or preservatives in their food.
If your friends or family are not really into sashimi, you’ll be glad to know that they serve a variety of pastas like this Seafood Marinara Pasta!
And, the new trend in town – All. Day. Breakfasts. This one is packed with protein from the smoked salmon with perfectly poached eggs to top it off.
Did you know The Centrepoint is also a great place to get quality Indonesian food?
Itching for something spicy? Get a really satisfying plate of Ayam Penyet or Ayam Sambal Hijau from Dapur Penyet (#01-59/62). Dapur Penyet does a different take on Indonesian chow where they do a fusion of modern and traditional. They also specialise in blending fresh spices to create a delectable aroma and fragrance in their food!
Or, for traditional Indonesian food, take your family to Desa Kartika Indonesian Restaurant (#04-13/15) which is one of Singapore first Halal restaurants. They take pride in a classic approach to Indonesian cuisine and make full use of Indonesia’s exotic herbs and spices in their dishes.
If Korean food is more your thing, we are proud to say that Chicken Up (#01-33H) is open at The Centrepoint and they have brought Singapore’s #1 Korean fried chicken and other authentic Korean dishes with them!
You have got to try their best-seller: the sweet, tangy and crispy Yangnyum Up fried chicken! If you are ordering it, pronounce “Yangnyum” as “Yang-Yum” which actually means “sauce” in Korean.
If you like your chicken garlicky, Ganjung Up is the garlic-soy based version. This korean soy sauce fried chicken is so flavourful and addictive, vampires out there should be very afraid!
And why is their fried chicken so good? Each piece of chicken is marinated in a special Chicken Up sauce for 12 hours and double fried to seal in the flavour – that’s why they are succulent inside with a really crispy skin!
Their other top-sellers also include Kimchi fries, Bulgogi fries, Kimchi pancake and Jap Chae, what more can you ask for when you say Korean comfort food?
Finish off all that garlicky, spicy goodness with a Watermelon Soju. It’s cooling, refreshing, and makes the perfect pairing to all that heat and flavour!
We hope you have enjoyed the complete low-down on The Centrepoint’s newest and latest food offerings, perfect for meaningful moments spent with friends and family.
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