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What to eat in Jurong East: A guide to all the good food in the West


A gastronomic journey to the West
Western: • ANDES by ASTONSMiam Miam
Japanese & Korean: • Ichiban BoshiIPPUDONipong Naepong
Chinese: • White Restaurant

We’ve heard the age-old debate between East-siders and West-siders. With multiple shopping malls in the vicinity, West-siders have always pitted Jurong East as their crown jewel. What to eat in Jurong East after all of that shopping is, therefore, a question many of us non-West-siders ask.

Navigating Jurong East can be quite a daunting task if you’re unfamiliar with the area. Not to worry, though, we’ve got you covered. Here are 6 places for good food in Jurong East if you’re ever making the journey to the West!

1. ANDES by ASTONS: Halal-certified western food for the family

Prime Sirloin from ANDES by Astons, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle. For what to eat in Jurong East.
Irresistibly tender and succulent, you can’t go wrong with the Prime Sirloin ($20.50) from ANDES by ASTONS!

Good ol’ comfort western food never fails to hit the spot. Thankfully, ANDES by ASTONS in IMM offers a wide variety of options on its halal-certified menu and is a must when it comes to the best food in Jurong East. Some of their signatures include the indulgent Prime Sirloin ($20.50) and New York Strip ($24.50). You also can’t go wrong with their ever-popular Chargrilled Chicken ($13) and Fiery Chicken ($13.50). Even better, every dish comes with two sides, giving you the best bang for the buck!

Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, #01-19, Singapore 609601

2. Ichiban Boshi: Haven for sushi lovers

 
 
 
 
 
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Located in Jem, Ichiban Boshi offers contemporary Japanese cuisine that you can enjoy from home or the office with islandwide delivery. Choose from classics like the Chicken Teriyaki Don ($12.25) and Tempura Udon ($15.60), or take it up a notch with the exquisite Unajyu ($28) and Ichiban Jyu ($18.65). For those of you looking for fuss-free options, they also offer a wide range of flavoursome bentos such as the Saba Teriyaki Bento ($16.35).

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #B1-01 JEM, Singapore 608549

3. IPPUDO: An authentic taste of Japan in the West

Shiromaru Motoaji Ramen from IPPUDO, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle. For what to eat in Jurong East.
Slurp on a delicious bowl of Shiromaru Motoaji Ramen ($16.35) when you order from IPPUDO.

Tucked away in Westgate and hailing all the way from Japan, IPPUDO is where you can find authentic, heartwarming ramen. Think the original, creamy Shiromaru Motoaji Ramen ($16.35), miso-infused Akamaru Shinaji Ramen ($17.35), and spicy Karaka Men Ramen ($18.35). Also, be sure to get the Pan-Fried Gyoza (from $10.40) and the chashu-packed IPPUDO Pork Bun (from $6) to complete your Japanese meal. With islandwide delivery, you can indulge in international food without stepping out of your home, or country!

Address: 3 Gateway Dr, #03-03 Westgate, Singapore 608532

4. Miam Miam: Delight in French-Japanese flavours

Miam Miam's Teriyaki Barramundi with French Butter Shoyu Pasta, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle. For what to eat in Jurong East.
Miam Miam’s Teriyaki Barramundi with French Butter Shoyu Pasta ($29.90) is the best of both French and Japanese worlds on a plate.

Offering French-Japanese cuisine, Miam Miam has a large menu that’s been satisfying diners at Westgate. Savour the best of both French and Japanese cuisine with popular dishes like the Teriyaki Barramundi with French Butter Shoyu Pasta ($29.90) and Shogayaki Pork Donburi ($18.90). For something more exquisite, there’s the Tender Striploin Foie Gras Donburi with Butter Truffle Paste ($38.90) and Creamy Miso Squid with Squid Ink Pasta ($30.90) as well. Finally, end off on a sweet note with their Famous French Toast ($12.40). Great for having a taste of nice food in Jurong East, even if you’re halfway across the island—all with islandwide delivery.

Address: 3 Gateway Dr, #01-21/22 Westgate, Singapore 608532

5. Nipong Naepong: Fusion Korean food in Jurong East

Jjajangmyeon from Nipong Naepong, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle. For what to eat in Jurong East.
Go on a quick gastronomic trip to Korea with Nipong Naepong’s Jjajangmyeon ($16.65).

“What to eat in Jurong East?” Well, if you miss eating your way through Korea, you can recreate that experience at home with Nipong Naepong, located at Jem. Indulge in all-time Korean favourites like Jjajangmyeon ($16.65), Cha Ppong (from $19.05), as well as Il Ppong (from $19.05). They’ve even got fusion dishes, such as the Sichuan-inspired Beef Mala Ppong (from $19.05) and Ni Pizza – Sweet Potato ($21.45).

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #01-16 Jem, Singapore 608549

6. White Restaurant: Sort zi char cravings with this Singaporean classic

 
 
 
 
 
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Beehoon lovers will definitely know of White Restaurant. Notwithstanding their IMM outlet, the popular zi char-style restaurant has a monopoly of outlets islandwide. And it’s definitely on the list of the best food in Jurong East. It goes without saying that The Original White Bee Hoon (from $7.70) is a must-try. Like a zi char stall, they also offer a wide variety of other dishes. Their Signature Fried Wings ($11.90), Prawn Omelette ($10.80), Sambal LaLa (from $15.20), and Signature Meat & Seafood Roll (from $15.20) are also crowd favourites.

Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, #02-24, Singapore 609601


Haven’t decided what to eat in Jurong East during your next visit? Well, you could stay home and have this neighbourhood’s best eats sent to your doorstep instead! Check out Oddle Eats for a list of over 800 restaurants with islandwide food delivery, for the best of the West wherever you are.

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