5 Food Places At Alexandra Central Mall
Alexandra Central Mall, located right next to IKEA, has a few dining options for those looking for a meal – Alibabar, The Bakehouse by Carpenter & Cook, Otoko Ramen, The Gogi, Atmosphere Café & Bistro, 328 Katong Laksa, Toastbox, and beer retailer Southend Beers & Ciders, slushy drink shop Fruite.
Its neighbour Park Hotel Alexandra boosts of buffet restaurant The Carvery, Aqua Luna Bar and takeaway coffee place The Coffee Belt.
The mall seems off to a quiet start, with several shop units still left untenanted. Hopefully they are able to fill them up soon.
Here are 5 Food Places At Alexandra Central Mall for your dining options.
Alibabar Dining Café Bar
Alexandra Central Mall #01-15, 321 Alexandra Road Singapore 159971
Tel: +65 6250 2633
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 11pm (Sun-Thurs), 11:30am – 1am (Fri-Sat)
This name is a familiar one for the East Coast and Katong residents, the corner ‘hawker-bar’ coffeeshop which has been attracting many diners for its range of drinks, affordable bites and chill-out atmosphere.
Its menu contains a higher percentage of Western grubs such as Burgers ($12.70 – $15.90), Bratwurst ($12.20), Roasted Pork Knuckle ($16.80 for half, $29.80 for whole), Duck Confit ($16.40) to some familiar hawker fare such as Chicken Curry ($9.90 for lunch), and Satay Delight ($9 for 10 sticks). (Read: Alibabar)
The Bakehouse by Carpenter & Cook
Alexandra Central Mall #01-14, 321 Alexandra Road Singapore 159971
Tel: +65 6250 0040
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm (Sun-Thurs, PH), 8am – 11pm (Fri, Sat, Eve PH)
By the team behind Carpenter & Cook, The Bakehouse has a savoury menu (compared to the original C&C outlet at Lorong Kilat), with truffle mushroom soup, wood-fired pizzas, gourmet sandwiches along with C&C signature pastries. Opened 7 days a week.
Their tarts and loaves, some of my favourites are the Passionfruit Meringue, Chocolate Sea Salt and Lemon Drizzle ($5 – $6.50), have remained quite consistent. (Read: The Bakehouse by Carpenter & Cook)
Alexandra Central Mall #01-16, 321 Alexandra Road Singapore 159971
Tel: +65 6250 2889
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Daily
The small 20-seater ramen shop caters to a sizable Japanese expat community staying around the area. Three types of ramen soup bases are available – Shoyu ($12.90), Miso ($12.90), and the spicy Karamiso ($13.90). For additional toppings of pork belly, you can order the Chashu Ramen ($16.90/$17.90). (Read: Otoko Ramen)
The tonkotsu based shoyu soup could be more robust in flavors though, and we preferred the karamiso based broth which had a more agreeable layered taste.
Alexandra Central Mall #03-01, 321 Alexandra Road Singapore 159971
Tel: +65 6250 3119
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm lunch, 5:30pm – 10pm dinner
Authentic Korean BBQ restaurant The Gogi. The Budae Jungol ($35 for M, $45 for L) Korean style army stew was packed with the usual ingredients of sausages, spam, tofu, mushroom, rice cakes and ramen noodles.
The other dishes such as such as the Dolsot Bibimbap ($15) and Soondubu Jjjigae ($15) soft tofu stew with seafood were above average in terms of freshness of ingredients and presentation. (Read: The Gogi)
Atmosphere Café & Bistro
Alexandra Central Mall #02-01, 321 Alexandra Road Singapore 159972
Tel: +65 6250 4863
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm
For their second outlet of Atmosphere, the café-bistro has gone for a lush interior, with pseudo-European curtain drapes, maroon-red seats, and chandeliers, kind of reminding me of High Society Café.
Some of the items available – Seafood Aglio Olio ($16.80), Chilli Pasta ($19.80), Carbonara ($15.80), Chicken Meatballs Bolognese ($16.80), Baby Bay Ribs ($21.80), Pan-seared Salmon ($20.80), Cajun Chicken ($17.80), Wagyu Burger ($19.80) and a selection of pizzas ($12.80 – $14.80). (Read: Atmosphere Café & Bistro)
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