10 Ang Mo Kio Food Places That Even Jurong-ers Want To Go (Pine Garden anyone?)

Last Updated on 2020-02-21 , 9:15 am

John: What to eat in Ang Mo Kio ah?

Dicky: Ang Mo Kio food.

John: That one I also know lah, I mean Ang Mo Kio good food.

Dicky: Oh you mean Goody Feed?

John: ….

Ignore John and Dicky, they have no idea what they’re saying and have never been to school. They don’t even know what to eat at AMK. Psst, Pine Garden is a top pick.

Ranging from breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper to desserts, we’ve got you covered!

So without further ado..

What To Eat In AMK

Mellben Seafood

Craving for delicious and fresh crab? Mellben Seafood is said to be one of the many places that sell the freshest seafood. Almost everyone that patronises this eatery is bound to order their highly recommended crabs and now, we know why.

You should definitely order this on your first but not last visit where you can choose from a range of flavours including their well-liked chilli crabs,creamy butter crabs and even claypot crab beehoon soup! They are usually opened from 4.30pm onwards, so don’t be there too early!

Location: Block 232 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, #01-1222, Singapore (560232)
Operating Hours: 04:30pm – 11:30pm

The Pine Garden

Image: delicieuxpate.com A bakery with a history of more than 30 years, you know they’ll sell really good cakes from years of improvement and experience. Well known for their buttercream cakes, you’ll definitely love how fluffy and soft their cakes are baked. If you’re feeling more adventurous, feel free to try  some of their unique flavours including the Pulut Hitam, lychee martini or sea salt caramel cakes.

Location: Block 529 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, #01-2369/2329, Singapore (569933) Operating Hours: 08:30am – 09:30pm

Eng Ho Hokkien Mee

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Said to be a dish that will be worth your calories, Eng Ho Hokkien Mee is cooked and served using thin bee hoon instead of the usual thick Laksa bee hoon. Cooked with prawns, squids and strips of pork belly, the dish is served slightly wet making sure that you’ll go mmm after the meal. A stall that operates mainly for dinner and suppers, remember to make your trip there after 4pm!

Location: 409A Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-34, Singapore (561409)
Operating Hours: 4pm-12am

Seng Bee Hainanese Chicken Rice

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If you’re looking for soft and succulent chicken instead of those that requires a bite, Seng Bee Hainanese Chicken Rice is the one for you. Their chicken are so soft, you can almost swallow them – but please still chew before you swallow! Together with the fragrant rice, spicy-enough chilli and soy sauce drizzled over, this dish is bound to keep you addicted.

Location: Ang Mo Kio Market & Food Centre, 724 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 #01-31, Singapore (560724)
Operating Hours: 8am-930pm


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A flagship store from the United Kingdom, Murphy’s is popular among the young people of Singapore. Other than their well-known fish & chips, they also serve a range of western cuisines like pasta, burgers, and breakfasts. And yes, they’re in on the hype of salted egg yolk too.

Location: 532 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, Singapore (560532)
Operating Hours: 11am-3pm, 5-10pm

Next Door Deli

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With their super-good Angus steak and crispy chicken chop, this cafe is another favoured location of many AMK residents and Singaporeans. Their sides including potato salad and fried chicken wings are commendable. They recently added a few dishes to their menu including white wine mussels pasta and naked house burgers!

Location: Blk 529 Ang Mo Kio ave 10, #01-2369, Singapore (560529)
(Please note that they have moved to Compass One, the new mall next to Sengkang MRT Station)

Fishball Khin

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Definitely the place to go if you’re craving for fishball noodles! With an option to choose your preferred noodles, your meal is completed with a bowl of soup and very QQ homemade fishballs.

The store has been operating since 1965, with the year proudly placed on their large signboard. They offer other variety of dishes including fish porridge, hokkien mee, fried rice and fried white noodles but their fishball noodles are highly recommended! With their own shop, you’ll be able to enjoy your meal under the provided fans, away from the weather.

Location: Blk 574, Avenue 10, #01-1825, Singapore (560574)
Operating Hours: 11am-11.30pm

Ho Bee Roasted Food

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With chunky and crispy roasted pork and perfectly sliced char siew, the rice is then ladled with generous servings of their delicious thick sauce. Not just a popular store that sells duck and roasted pork rice, they secured many loyal fans by standing out amongst other roasted meats stall by serving a side of achar. Mmdap!

Location: #01-84, 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, Singapore 560628


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All those that likes Bingsu, be ready to drool. Riding on the hype of Korean desserts, the highly-raved Nunsongyee is a well-liked and well-known place that sells really good Bingsu. With generous servings given, you’re more than welcome to share with a few friends, savouring the sweet melt-in-your-mouth finely shaved ice and flavourful toppings. What better way to fight Singapore’s heat!

Location:45 Burghley Drive, #01-04, Singapore (559022)
Operating Hours: 10am-10pm

Hong Ji Bak Kut Teh

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A meal that is worth your travel – your eyeballs will roll back once you taste the super peppery and thick broth of their Bak Kut Teh. All Bak Kut Teh lovers will appreciate their slow-cooked herbal broth served in a claypot and it’s guaranteed that you will love this! You will also have the option of adding mee sua into your dish, making it a perfect meal that you’ll surely enjoy.

Location: Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, St 11, Blk 107 #01-38 Singapore (560107)
Operating Hours: 8am-930pm