The Best Northpoint Food Guide You'll Read
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The Best Northpoint Food Guide You’ll Read

Northpoint City hosts food festivals and events to highlight speciality dishes and unique culinary experiences. Aside from yummy meals, these events bolster its status as a food destination in Singapore.

Never been to this foodie haven? Now is the perfect time to get to know the best Northpoint food and where to get them!


Address: 930 Yishun Avenue 2, #02-42/43/44, Northpoint City North Wing, 930 Yishun Ave 2, #02 – 42 / 43 / 44, Singapore 769098 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562571482

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–10 PM

Price: $$


Putien is renowned for its signature dish, the Hing Wa bee hoon (rice vermicelli), alongside other noodle classics. Its Putien mee sua features longevity noodles crafted through traditional methods, ensuring they remain firm when cooked.

My ravenous family found the deep-fried duck with yam a delightful fusion of flavours. It features tender duck meat encased in a crispy yam crust, which is a unique twist on traditional Cantonese zi char (small dishes).

Pro-tip: The noodle serving is generous enough for two people to share. 

Gokoku Japanese Bakery

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Address: 930 Yishun Ave 2, B1-57 Northpoint City North Wing, Singapore 769098 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6566121913

Hours: Daily, 10 AM–9.30 PM

Price: $


Northpoint Japanese food exists, thank goodness. Gokoku Japanese Bakery excels in freshly baked goods with most breads being simple yet made with high-quality ingredients, allowing the natural flavours to shine. 

Don’t be overwhelmed by the variety; try the bestselling Mochi Mochi Cheese Bun, featuring mild, milky cheese cubes nestled within a wheat bun. Its natural sweetness shines without the need for additional accompaniments.

Pro-tip: Expect long-ish queues in the morning and around lunchtime.

Riverside Grilled Fish

Address: Floor B1, 1 North Point Dr, B1-196/197 Northpoint City, Singapore 768019 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562586441

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–10 PM

Price: $$


At Riverside Grilled Fish, you select your fish, choose a flavour, and add sides. We opted for the signature spicy grilled sea bass, adding potatoes, instant noodles, cabbage, and beancurd skin for good measure.

The fish was fresh without a fishy taste and grilled to perfection—crispy skin without being burnt. Plus, most bones were already removed, making it convenient for lazy diners like us. 

Pro-tip: You can request the staff to tone down the heat if you’re not into too-spicy flavours.

4Fingers Crispy Chicken (To Go)

Address: Floor 1, 1 Pasir Ris Central St 3, #01-30/31 White Sands, Singapore 518457 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6569787744 

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–10 PM

Price: $$


4 Fingers Crispy Chicken is a pioneer of Korean-style fried chicken in Singapore since 2009. It’s also one of the Northpoint spots that’s halal-certified. 

Offering soy garlic, hot, or mixed flavours, we recommend trying the mixed version to experience both. The hot flavour resembles KFC’s wings but is wetter and less flaky, while the soy garlic offers a delicious savoury taste. 

Let’s just say that the sauce enhances the overall flavour of the chicken wings and the joint is pretty generous with it.

Pro-tip: Regular promos are available via the website.

Lu Xiao Xian

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Address: Northpoint City South Wing, #B2-126, 930 Yishun Ave 2, Singapore 769098 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6585889736 

Hours: Daily, 11 AM – 10 PM

Price: $


Lu Xiao Xian specialises in crepes and boneless chicken feet, available in lemon, spicy, garlic, and mala flavours in a box (not quite what you’d expect of Northpoint food court fare, but we love it!). 

The chicken feet were crunchy with a spicy, tangy, slightly sweet, and savoury marinade. Additionally, the restaurant offers pig trotters marinated in a lemon-passionfruit sauce. 

Pro-tip: The menu has vegetable options like kelp, lotus, and vegi chic (plant-based chicken slices) for vegans and vegetarians.

Suparakki Ramen

Address: Yishun North Point City (South Wing) #B2-154, Singapore 768019 (Google Maps)

Contact: [email protected] 

Hours: Daily, 10 AM–8.30 PM

Price: $


Ramen doesn’t have to be crazy expensive as evidenced by Suparakki Ramen. It offers affordable bowls of noodles, all for under S$10!

If you like a collagen boost for your skin and nails, the Supa Signature Ramen with its tonkotsu broth is a must-try. It’s boiled for six hours and contains no MSG.

For dry noodles, go for the dry truffle ramen featuring a premium truffle-infused pork topping at a surprisingly wallet-friendly price (less than S$7!).

Pro-tip: Bring cash, as the place currently doesn’t accept credit card payments.

Sixth Floor Oyster Cake

Address: Floor B2, 1 North Point Drive, South Wing, B2-147 Northpoint City, Singapore 768019 (Google Maps)

Contact: [email protected] 

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–9 PM

Price: $


You can munch on oyster cakes while window shopping at Northpoint thanks to Sixth Floor Oyster Cake. Its menu features a savoury, deep-fried fritter filled with minced meat, chives, and oysters.

The oysters are available in original, kimchi, scallop, meat only, without oysters, and mala (spicy Chinese seasoning). It’s deliciously hot, non-greasy, and best paired with their homemade chilli sauce.

Pro-tip: There’s also a selection of fried fritters like tater tots, potato fries, and chicken bites.

Fluff Stack

Address: Floor 2 1 North Point Dr, #02-115 Northpoint City, Singapore 768019 (Google Maps) 

Contact: +6583148892

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–9.15 PM

Price: $


Fluff Stack offers fluffy stacks of pancakes with our favourite being the strawberry cheese souffle pancakes. It features overflowing strawberry coulis (puree) and generous cream cheese. 

If you’re feeling extra indulgent, the salted caramel souffle is a soft pancake topped with whipped cream and salted caramel sauce. It also offers unique semi-crispy waffles with premium Earl Grey and coconut ice cream.

Pro-tip: The pancakes are made to order, so there’s a bit of a wait time for them.

JiangHu Hotpot

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Address: Floor 2, Northpoint City, 02-126/127, South Wing, Singapore 768019 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6591111820

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–10 PM

Price: $$


Northpoint has hotpot places including JiangHu Hotpot. You can enjoy a 90-minute hotpot plus a BBQ 2-in-1 buffet with unlimited soupy and grilled dishes!

Each day offers a different soup flavour selection, including classic spicy, green pepper, tomato, spiced black bean, and Thai tom yum. Moreover, you can upgrade to a 3-in-1 buffet (featuring grilled fish) for less than S$4.

Pro-tip: The lemon tea with lime makes a refreshing palate cleanser.

Sakon Thai

Address: Floor 1, 930 Yishun Ave 2, #01 – 129 Northpoint City, Singapore 769098 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6589099950

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–9.30 PM

Price: $$


Sakon Thai is pretty noticeable with its bright red sign on Northpoint City’s first floor. It serves a variety of budget-friendly Thai classics like pad thai and pineapple fried rice, mostly priced under S$10. 

Another burp-worthy must-try is its lunch sets starting at a little under S$9. A set already includes a drink and mains such as Thai basil chicken with rice and cincalok (fermented) fish with rice.

Pro-tip: The Thai iced tea is excellent; you can ask for it to be less sweet.

YUN NANS Stonepot Fish 

Address: Floor 1, 1 Northpoint Drive, South Wing, #01-103 Northpoint City, Singapore 769098 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565131381

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11.30 AM–10 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 11 AM–10 PM

Price: $$


YUN NANS Stonepot Fish is Singapore’s first concept combining steamed fish and hotpot, serving pressure-steamed live fish in a collagen soup base. Watching your order get prepared is already a unique experience. 

The granite pot is disinfected, fish and lime added, soup poured, and a cone-like lid placed. Steamed under high pressure for four minutes, it ensures quick and perfect cooking.

The result is an incredibly fresh fish with a clean taste with tender chunks falling off the bones!

Pro-tip: The grilled clams with spicy garlic sauce are a spicy must-try.

Feng Food

Address: Floor B1, 930 Yishun Ave 2, #B1 – 156/157, Singapore 769098 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6564818556

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11.30 AM–9.30 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 10.45 AM–9.30 PM

Price: $$


Feng Food is renowned for its marinated pork chops served with egg-fried rice. The pork chop strikes a balance between tender and robust, likely due to careful brining.

The seasoning thoroughly infuses the pork, resulting in a harmonious flavour where no ingredient overpowers the others. It’s best eaten with Feng Food’s speciality chilli sauce.

Pro-tip: There’s no service charge here!

Bugis Xin Yuan Ji

Address: 31 Tan Quee Lan St, #01-01, Singapore 188117 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6563344086

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–11 PM

Price: $


For a bowl of hot fish soup that’s easy on the pocket, try Bugis Xin Yuan Ji. Established in 1993, it’s renowned for its fresh fish in a milky, collagen-rich soup. 

The fish steamboat is delightful, with a smoky flavour enhancing every sip. Classic options include fresh tender fish soup (S$8.80) and golden fried fish soup (S$8.80), served with thick or thin bee hoon (rice noodles).

Pro-tip: Add another S$1 for soup bases like spicy mala or tom yum for a spicy kick.

The Kind Bowl

Address: Floor B2, 1 North Point Drive South Wing, B2-132 Northpoint City, Singapore 768019 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6597117572

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–9 PM

Price: $$


If you’re craving plant-based options at Northpoint City, head to The Kind Bowl for vegan Vietnamese fare. The menu is small but noteworthy.

Experience slurp-worthy yet guilt-free dining with the Royal Spicy Pho paired with a summer roll. The pho features rich umami flavours and is topped with various plant-based ingredients like mushrooms, beancurd, and mock beef.

Pro-tip: Opt for a pomegranate detox beverage upgrade with your set meal for a healthier drink.


Address: Floor 1, 930 Yishun Ave 2, #01-113 / 114, Singapore 768019 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6564819036

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–10.30 PM

Price: $$


COLLIN’S is a well-known homegrown restaurant brand that offers a refreshed menu beyond classic Western fare. For a hungry family, we recommend its premium combo, which is ideal for sharing.

The combo features grilled meats like chicken chop, a half slab of roasted BBQ pork ribs, lamb chop, and Iberico pork sausage. 

But if you don’t want to gorge on meat, there’s also a sharing platter with a whole grilled barramundi fish and sections of corn on the cob, veggies, and fries as sides. 

Pro-tip: There are affordable weekday 20% off lunch deals at COLLIN’S.