One of the perks of living in multi-cultural Singapore is none other than being able to indulge in a myriad of distinct cuisines.
What’s more, with the growing abundance of Halal-Chinese eateries gracing our food scene, our Muslim pals can now expand their palates and enjoy the best of both worlds while reveling in authentic Chinese cuisine. One such Halal-certified, Chinese establishment is Xiaoer Niuda, a traditional beef la mian restaurant nestled in the heart of JEM.
La Mian — known as “hand-pulled” noodles — originates from Lanzhou, China. Xiaoer Niuda has brought that fusion culture over to our local shores, specialising in handmade, halal la mian topped with morsels of savoury beef.
Since opening their doors to the public in 2013, Jem has become one of the go-to shopping malls in the West of Singapore.
Directly connected to Jurong East MRT interchange, and home to over 240 retail and F&B outlets across six levels, Jem is an all-in-one destination that offers you everything.
There was a major revamp at Jem’s B1 food mall since March 2019 and they have since reopened with more exciting food offerings.
Whether you’re craving a cup of bubble tea, Taiwanese fried chicken, or in the mood for a legit Korean BBQ meal, here is our Jem food guide featuring 11 dining destinations in the mall.
Jurong East has grown over the past decade, and for those who stay in the West of Singapore, shopping is made convenient with malls such as JEM, JCube, Westgate, IMM, and Big Box.
Housing a slew of big brand names, Westies have few reasons to head all the way to town, be it for shopping or cafe-hopping.
Here is our list of cafes in Jurong East for you to stop over to chill at after shopping. They include bingsu places, intriguing Korean temple food, chocolate indulgence, and even a vegan ice-cream shop.