Northpoint City, the largest mall in the Northern part of Singapore, has recently opened its new South Wing and of course, more dining options!
Located right next to Yishun MRT station with an underground linkway connecting the two, Northpoint City is very convenient for all who stay in Yishun and anyone who comes to Yishun. We pick up some of the Muslim-friendly food establishments at Northpoint City for you and your family to dine at.
1. Big Fish Small Fish (02-132/133 South Wing)
Big Fish Small Fish first opened as a container cafe in the Punggol settlement, and it has now opened a new outlet in a fully sheltered and air-conditioned location within Northpoint City. This halal-certified establishment has a vibrant yellow and blue container-inspired decor, which brings a more fun and relaxing vibe. A menu item exclusive to this outlet is the Fish & Rice. A must try!
2.Burger Up Express (B2-113 South Wing)
A Singaporean-owned fast food chain, Burger Up proves its local credentials by offering burgers inspired by local delicacies such as rendang burgers and salted egg fries. The rendang flavouring is as complex as in any nasi padang stall, and the golden salted egg sauce coating the fries is just so irresistible! If you want a healthier alternative to fries, they’re also known for their fried mushrooms. This express station sure gives you a quick option if you need to rush off or your kids are already asking for food.
3.Ayam Penyet President (B1-54 North Wing)
Ayam Penyet President is a chain of Halal-certified casual dining restaurants serving authentic Indonesian cuisine. Crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, their signature Ayam Penyet is served with sambal that packs a strong punch so you’ll definitely want to try their Avocado Juice to balance it out. Or you can also indulge in one of their more interesting concoctions – Soda Gembira (Happy Soda) and Teh Botol Sosro (Indonesian Bottled Jasmine Tea).
4.Pratawala (B1-57 North Wing)
Prata Wala offers some of the best Indian and Halal cuisines, serving a tantalising collection of dishes which are suitable for casual dining and group gatherings. The menu features a variety of Indian favourites from North and South as well as a good selection of vegetarian choices. It is a place where families and friends can enjoy delicious and value-for-money Indian food in a clean and chic setting.
5.Bagus food court (02-101/102/103 South Wing)
The popular Bagus food court, managed by the Kopitiam Group, offers an inviting and conducive dining atmosphere in which patrons can relax amidst an air-conditioned environment. It showcases 12 food stalls serving some of the best halal-certified hawker fare along with international cuisines at very affordable prices. Savour Singaporeans’ favourite kaya toast with kopi or be spoilt for choice with the wide selection of yummy local deserts.