Discover the perfect morning start in Jurong East with TheAsiaPress' guide to the top 10 breakfast spots. From cozy cafes to bustling eateries, experience a variety of delicious options that promise to kickstart your day with delightful flavors and memorable dining experiences in Singapore.
Ba Buông Bánh Mì
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Ba Buông Bánh Mì stands out not only for its delicious banh mi but also for its exceptionally friendly shop owner. The portions served here are incredibly generous, ensuring you get your money’s worth. The bread boasts a perfect balance of crispiness on the outside and softness on the inside, creating a delightful texture. Every bite showcases a harmonious blend of spices, indicating the dedication and passion put into crafting each dish. Without a doubt, it’s an unparalleled banh mi experience that leaves a lasting impression.
Address: Jurong Gateway Rd, #01-277, Singapore 600132
Operating Hours: 8 am–9 pm daily
Tel: +65 9421 8599
West Coast Arifin Ali
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West Coast Arifin Ali is renowned for its delectable prata and mee goreng, making it a must-visit spot for breakfast. Their menu boasts a tantalizing array of options, including prata and fried noodles/rice, perfect for starting your day on a flavorful note. Whether you’re craving crispy and fluffy prata or savory mee goreng, this eatery promises a satisfying and delightful breakfast experience.
Address: 254 Yuhua, Jurong East St 24, #01-41 Village Market & Food Centre, Singapore 600254
Operating Hours: 9 am–9 pm daily
Zhong Ji Noodles 钟记面食
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Zhong Ji Noodles at Yuhua Market is renowned for its delectable Wantan mee, often hailed as the best in the area. A standard order, accompanied by two chicken feet, comes at a reasonable $5.60. The soup impresses with its umami sweetness, tempting you to savor every drop. The dumplings, generously filled with minced meat and crunchy water chestnuts, delight the palate. Their tangy chili sauce adds a flavorful kick. While the noodles could be springier, the addition of crunchy lard bits enhances the overall texture. With plans to return for their dumpling noodles and fried Wantan, it’s clear why Zhong Ji Noodles is a local favorite. Additionally, they offer raw dumplings and noodles for those eager to recreate the experience at home.
Address: 254 Jurong East St 24, #01-06, Singapore 600254
Tel: +65 9027 2071
Operating Hours: 4:30 am–1:30 pm daily; Closed on Tuesday
Miam Miam French Japanese Cafe Kitchen (Westgate)
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Miam Miam guarantees a delectable experience from beginning to end. Its inspirations include the grace and vintage charm of kissatens, the fresh flavors and ingredients of Japanese cuisine, and French artisanal cooking skills. Bringing to you the finest of French and Japanese cuisines, Miam Miam takes pleasure in using only the freshest, sustainably sourced products. Greetings from Miam Miam!
Address: 3 Gateway Dr, #02-27/29 Westgate, Singapore 608532
Tel: +65 6254 1434
Operating Hours: 11:30 am–9:30 pm on Monday – Thursday; 11:30 am–10 pm on Friday; 11 am–10 pm on Saturday; 11 am–9:30 pm on Sunday
No Horse Run Café Westgate Mall B2-K8 (Gourmet Paradise)
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No Horse Run literally translates to “incomparable and in a league on its own,” which is the Hokkien phrase “bo beh zao.” We provide a selection of well-known gelato flavors in addition to creative innovation and locally-inspired flavors. Try our unique Brunch All Day Breakfast menu, which includes pastas, waffles, a main course and side dish that are influenced by the region—definitely Bo Bei Zao!
Address: 3 Gateway Dr, Singapore 608532
Operating Hours: 10:30 am–10 pm daily
Haji E-Moiden Food Stall
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Start your mornings right at Haji E-Moiden Food Stall, where breakfast is elevated to a whole new level with their signature hot and crispy handmade prata served fresh daily! Whether you’re craving a hearty breakfast or a quick bite on the go, indulge in the delightful flavors and comforting warmth of their expertly crafted prata, promising a satisfying start to your day like no other.
Li Fang Zhou Pin
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Nestled within Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre at Blk 347 Jurong East Jurong East, Li Fang Zhou Pin is a modest stall offering comforting bowls of piping hot Canton-style congee. As a humble establishment, it focuses on delivering delicious and nourishing congee, perfect for those seeking a hearty and warming meal in the heart of Jurong East.
Address: 347 Jurong East Ave 1, #01-206, Singapore 600347
Tel: +65 8138 1362
Operating Hours: 7:30 am–2 pm daily; Closed on Tuesday
The Coffee Construct
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The Coffee Construct stands out as the sole provider of localized coffee within the building, offering incredibly affordable prices at just $1.1 per cup. Their unique blend promises a flavor profile distinct from other establishments. Additionally, they offer traditional Chinese tea break meals, including buns, adding to the authentic experience. Visitors can also enjoy watching a young, charismatic barista crafting coffee with his personal flair, creating a cozy ambiance reminiscent of “Old Town with love.” It’s a great spot to unwind and savor a cup of coffee with a touch of nostalgia.
Address: 2 Venture Dr, #01-46 Vision Exchange, Singapore 608526
Operating Hours: 6 am–4 pm daily; Closed on Weekend
Old World Bakuteh & Fried Porridge
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Old World Bakuteh & Fried Porridge is a humble stall dedicated to serving the neighborhood community with delicious Bakuteh. It’s a go-to spot for locals seeking authentic flavors and comforting meals.