Established in 1965, Kelim Dakdoritang is a famous Korean spicy chicken hotpot chain with more than 50 outlets in South Korea and it has opened its first outlet in Singapore at Serangoon Gardens.
Opened by two young second-generation of Bai Nian Niang Dou Foo, Nic & Tom Eatery is a casual eatery in Serangoon Gardens which serves affordable mains that are mostly priced under S$10 nett.
It has announced on its social media pages that it will be closing its eatery in Serangoon Gardens on 10 June 2022 as the landlord has decided to increase the rental.
Mention Serangoon Gardens and most people will think of the famous Chomp Chomp Food Centre. However, there is really more to the food scene at Serangoon Gardens than just the famous hawker stalls.
Here is our Serangoon Gardens Food Guide featuring restaurants, cafes, and eateries you have to visit when you are at Serangoon Gardens. P.S. We are working on a separate guide to the hawker stalls at Serangoon Garden and we will be sharing that soon. READ ON
From trendy cafes serving brunch and coffee, to dessert places with waffles and ice cream, the Serangoon neighbourhood has countless of eateries that are worth exploring.
Here are 23 cafes in the Serangoon area you should definitely check out.
Helmed by Daniel Ong, Dan’s Steak is a relatively new Korean-influenced Steakhouse which opened at Serangoon Gardens in April 2021. It is a small and cosy space which can seat around 30 pax.
Dan’s Steaks is a steakhouse with a slight Korean twang and what makes it different from the other steakhouses in Singapore is that it offers free banchan (Korean side dishes) just like the usual Korean restaurants. Daniel Ong will be cooking and serving the steaks himself.
Machi Machi—Jay Chou’s favourite bubble tea brand—is opening its second outlet at Serangoon Gardens on 17 Jan 2021.
Great news for bubble tea fans who are staying in the North-East of Singapore!