What to Eat in Jurong East, West and More: A Guide to All The Best Food in The West

Thinking about what to eat in Jurong? We’ve curated a list of our top eats in the West just for you!
Jurong West Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak Tang Tea House Rasa Istimewa Restaurant
Jurong East The Carving Board Tsukada Nojo Sum Kee
The Grandstand Ristorante Di Valentino

We all know that quality food doesn’t have to come at hefty prices, and sometimes the simplest of meals can be the most satisfying! This week, we’re uncovering 7 of our favourite Jurong East restaurants and more wallet-friendly eats in the West.

1. Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak

Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak’s Nasi Lemak Chicken Wing Set ($4.95)

Tucked away in Taman Jurong, Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak has made itself known as one of the best supper spots for night owls.

Their classic Nasi Lemak Chicken Wing Set ($4.95) is a crowd-favourite, packed with generous portions of fragrant coconut rice, a crispy chicken wing, and sweet-spicy sambal chilli.

If you’re looking to share, their Nasi Sambal Goreng Chicken Set (from $29.40) starts at a portion suitable for 5, with servings of Begedel, Paru, Sambal Goreng, Chicken Wing, Sambal & Serunding. They even cater for up to 50, so those who want to host a gathering can go all out.

They’re open for deliveries from Tuesday till Sunday, with slots available from 11am to 10 pm. Enjoy this highly sought-after Nasi Lemak in the comfort of your home!

Where: Stall 14, 101 Yung Sheng Road, #01-01, Singapore, 618497

2. Tang Tea House

Tang Tea House’s Assorted Dim Sum Sets (from $26)

Good food in Jurong is just a few clicks away when you order on Oddle Eats. At this Halal-certified dim sum tea house, look forward to comprehensive bento meals, mains, and set menus for the whole family.

Their Set 3 ($81.42, 3-4 pax) is perfect for a family dinner, and provides a healthy balance of sumptuous seafood dishes, stir-fried vegetables, and hearty Tom Yam Soup!

Tang Tea House also offers a variety of dim sum favourites that make for the perfect afternoon treat. The Dimsum Set 3 ($45 for 4 pax) comes with 8 different selections. Fix that midday lull with piping hot steamed dumplings, and don’t forget to make a grab for that Golden Sand Bun, filled with creamy salted egg yolk.

Get Halal-certified dim sum fare delivered to your doorstep today!

Where: 242 Jalan Kayu, , Singapore, 799466

3. Rasa Istimewa Restaurant

Rasa Istimewa’s BBQ Squid (from $17.50)

Having started off as a small and humble restaurant in Simpang Bedok, Rasa Istimewa has now expanded to multiple outlets around the island. Their latest Jurong East restaurant comprises a fully air-conditioned indoor area and is conveniently located within SAFRA Jurong. Decked with stage lighting and AV facilities, it makes a superb spot for those searching for an event space to host a wedding or corporate functions.

Besides set menus, their a la carte spread of BBQ specialties include BBQ Stingray (from $17.50) and Squid (from $17.50), along with crowd-favourite dishes like Salted Egg Crabs and Prawns (from $35). While dining in, be sure to order their Sea Bass or Red Grouper, which you can customise to your preferred preparation style out of their 9 different methods.

Where: 333 Boon Lay Way #2B-01, SAFRA Jurong, Singapore, 649848

4. The Carving Board

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This Jurong East restaurant is the brain-child of culinary experts Gary and Lynette. While the joint itself is located within a busy kopitiam, this is no run-of-the-mill western stall.

Their menu offers a quality selection of mixed grill platters and quality cuts, including the AUS Grainfed Ribeye Steak ($26), AUS Lamb T-Bone ($23), and more.

For a lighter option, choose their pan seared Salmon Steak ($18), served with a smooth blend of cauliflower puree together with a side of sweet pea salad.

Their full menu is available for island-wide delivery and pick up, so you can enjoy the best of western grill delights with your whole family!

Where: 252 Jurong East Street 24, 01-107, Singapore, 600252

5. Tsukada Nojo

Tsukada Nojo’s Signature Bijin Nabe Collagen Soup

This Jurong East Restaurant is located in Westgate, minutes away from the MRT. Best known for their “Bijin Nabe” (which translates to “beauty pot”), the broth is loaded with 8-hour-simmered collagen, which is purported to help your skin glisten and stay supple.

Up to 6 different flavours of collagen broth are available for you to choose from, with options like Sukiyaki, Tomato, and even Pumpkin. Match them with ingredients like premium Wagyu Beef ($50), Wagyu Chuck Roll ($42) or Seafood Combo ($26) with prawns and scallops. Don’t forget to throw in some leafy greens (from $4), tofus (from $4), mushrooms (from $4), for an all-in hotpot experience!

Make sure to reserve your table or order in to skip their long queues!

Where: 3 Gateway Drive, Westgate, #03-04/04A, Singapore, 608532

6. Sum Kee

Sum Kee’s Ultraman Chicken (from $17)

If you’re thinking about what to eat in Jurong, you can’t go wrong with Sum Kee and their mouth-watering zi char dishes, which you can enjoy in the comfort of their fully air-conditioned interior.

Start off with their famous Curry Fish Head ($40), which comes with half a Red Snapper head and an array of vegetables like brinjal, french beans, and taupok. Another signature dish of theirs is the Ultraman Chicken ($17), which serves up juicy nuggets well-coated in buttery salted egg.

And only available at their Jurong branch, enjoy a spread of dim sum selections like Curry Chee Cheong Fun, Xiao Long Bao, and Portugese Egg Tarts.

Order in delivery or make your reservations via Oddle Eats today!

Where: 19 Yung Ho Rd, , Singapore, 618592

7. Ristorante Di Valentino

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A hidden gem located at the Grandstand, this Italian restaurant exudes a warm, elegant vibe with its red-bricked walls and rows of Chianti bottles, creating the perfect atmosphere for date night or an intimate family dinner.

Head Chef Valentino and his family believe strongly in the importance of fresh produce. Seasonal ingredients are directly imported from Italy and brought to the table on the same day. Don’t miss their Piovra alla Griglia ($35.90), a 13-hours slow-cooked Mediterranean octopus dish, or the Parma Queen ($45.90)— a pizza dressed with a generous portions of Parma Ham, mozzarella, and tomato sauce. Pasta lovers will enjoy the Fettuccine Nero con Granchio ($35.90), a squid ink pasta tossed with crab meat in pink sauce.

Ristorante Di Valentino is closed every Wednesday.

Where: 200 Turf Club Road, The Grandstand (South Car-park) #01-19, , Singapore, 287994

Thanks to Oddle Eats, you won’t need to make a trip down to the East to enjoy its best restaurants! Discover more recommendations on what to eat in Tampines, Bedok, and Joo Chiat when you download the Oddle Eats mobile app.