If you are one who lives in Woodlands/Marsling, you might already know that we aren’t blessed with the most diverse range of food choices. However, amidst the limited options that we have, there are still some hidden finds that you should take note of, especially for those who have not visited the area before. Here at Woodlands/Marsling, it is the epitome of quality over quantity. Read to find out the 10 best makan places in Woodlands/Marsling that even Tampines-ers have to go!


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Hong Ji Claypot Bak Kut Teh
Whenever friends ask me where they should dine at Woodlands, I will always recommend Hong Ji Bak Kut Teh. Unlike the ubiquitous BKT you can get in Singapore, the ones sold here adopts the Malaysian version and comes in herbals soup base. Their side dishes only cost S$1!
19 Marsiling Lane
Singapore 730019

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Siam Square Mookata 
If you are craving for a good Mookata, you can curb your cravings with a Mookata buffet at S$29/pax! Else, you can also choose from their plethora of ingredients from the a la carte menu!
11 Woodlands Close, #01-46 Stall 3B
Woodlands 11 Coffee Shop
Singapore 737853

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Yan Ji Wei Wei Seafood Soup
Be prepared to endure the snaking queue at Yan Ji Wei Wei Seafood Soup especially if you are there during the lunch hour. Even though prices are steeper here, you still find yourself getting hooked on their tantalizing seafood soup that is prepared using a secret recipe.
Woodlands Centre Road Food Centre
Blk 4A, Woodlands Centre Road, #02-11
Singapore 731004

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Lucky Star Eating House’s Roasted Pork
I don’t know about you, but I’m always up for a good plate of Roasted Pork Char Siew Rice and the one at Lucky Star Eating House did not disappoint with their thick and succulent pork slices.
211 Marsiling Crescent
Singapore 730211

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Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant
Located at Woodlands Waterfront, expect to enjoy a satisfying meal with your friends at Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant with a satisfying view of the causeway. They serve an array of Muslim food, BBQ seafood, western cuisine & satays!
Woodlands Waterfront
6A Admiralty Road
Singapore 757445


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Citrus By The Pool
Aptly named, Citrus By The Pool is a cafe-restaurant housed at Woodlands Swimming Complex and offers an affordable range of Western and Asian inspired cuisine!
Woodlands Swimming Complex
3 Woodlands Street 12, #3-3A
Singapore 738600

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Mei Si Handmade Hakka Yong Tau Foo
Woodlands Road Food Centre never fails to impress us with its renowned hawker delights. Many patrons flock to Mei Si Handmade Hakka Yong Tau Foo for their comforting ingredients and condiments!
Woodlands Centre Road Food Centre
Blk 4A Woodlands Centre Road #02-29
Singapore 731004

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Black & White Rojak
Most of us have tried our share of black rojak, but white rojak that’s prepared only with plum sauce? Well that’s a different experience altogether. If you are keen on embarking on this new sensory journey, then you should not miss the Black & White Rojak at BLK 515!
BLK 515, Woodlands Drive 14
Singapore 730515

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Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Well, when all else fails, there’s always JB, right? One of the greatest perks of living in Woodlands is that it takes us just a snap of a finger to get to Malaysia where all the gastronomical delights await!





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