After nearly two decades, Jurong Point has gone through several expansions, allowing it to house hundreds of retailers, restaurants, shops, and even Jurong West’s Public Library. Today, it’s one of the best places to find delicious meals without sacrificing value for money and taste. Here’s a five-item guide to give you a delectable introductory experience dining in Jurong Point.

1. Hot Tomato – (S $4.0 – S $40)

Tasty Western food will always be a staple to visitors of Jurong Point, and Hot Tomato offers the most affordable yet tasty meals starting from S $4. You can get fries, chips, and calamari for S $5 while you can always go for S $15 or S $20 to taste their delicious breakfast steaks, seafood mixed grills, and more.

Sure enough, you can’t go to Hot Tomato only once and try everything. Customers and patrons always find their meals worth going back to, and each is worth trying at least once.

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, JP1, #03-06/06A & #03-20/20A, Jurong Point Shopping Centre, Singapore 648886

Hours: 11AM–10PM Daily

2. &JOY Dining Hall – (S$10 – S $50)

Anyone strolling around Jurong Point and feeling like eating Japanese food won’t have to go any further than &JOY Dining Hall. Jurong Point’s most affordable Japanese restaurant can give you a luxurious Japanese Yakiniku experience in a box for less than S $10. 

Plus, if you’re willing to spend a bit more, you can try their remarkable ramen selections, such as Shoyu Tonkotsu Chashu Ramen, Kuro Tonkotsu Ramen, Aka Tonkotsu Ramen, and more. For the same price range, diners can also choose great meat and seafood cuts on the grill, too!

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, #B1-49 Shopping Centre, Jurong Point, Singapore 648886

Hours: 11AM–10PM Daily

3. Malaysia Boleh @ Jurong Point – (S $10 – S $45)

Malaysian food is a central part of Singapore’s culinary palette. It’s no surprise that Jurong Point’s Malaysia Boleh is a fan-favorite among locals and foreigners alike because of its great Pudu Roasted Duck, Penang Road’s Chendol, and Yong Kee Char Kuay Tiao, to name a few.

This Malaysian restaurant won’t break the bank either, allowing customers to order enormous family-sized amounts that’s perfect for friends and family dining experiences after a shopping spree in Jurong Point. 

Honourable mentions in Malaysia Boleh’s menu include their Petaling Street Famous ClayPot Chicken Rice and Kuala Lumpur Wanton Mee.

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, #03 – 28 Jurong Point, Singapore 648886

Hours: 10AM–10PM Daily

4. My Gohan – (S $10 – S $25)

My Gohan is an &JOY Brand, and it offers the best rice meals with ingredients straight from Japan. Their Ika Ichiyaboshi Meal and Saba Shioyaki Meal are some of the best seafood rice meals on offer. Lastly, My Gohan’s Unagi Kobayaki Meal is an exceptional treat that’s a huge favorite among its patrons. 

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, #B1-49/51 Shopping Centre, Jurong Point, Singapore 648886

Hours: 11AM-10PM Daily

5. Brio – (S $5 – S $60)

Brio focuses on offering a European street food experience that’s Asian at heart. It’s a bit pricey than the other restaurants you’ll find in Jurong Point, but their selection of salads, such as Guacamole and Tomato and Caponata Salad, are worth trying as starters. Next, you can go for their Fritto Misto fried squid rings or Swiss Rosti potato pancakes with smoked salmon. 

If you want a truly authentic European street dining experience that doesn’t make a huge wallet dent, Brio is the best place to finally eat Mussel Pasta, Sweet Potato Fries, and Smoked Turkey Linguine Carbonara.

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, #02-24/K5 Jurong Point, Singapore 648886

Hours: 11AM – 10PM Daily

Closing

We hope that these five tasty yet affordable restaurants in Jurong Point give you the best dining experience that won’t break the bank. 

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