Spending a day at Marina Bay Sands? If you’re looking for a one stop shop for all of your foodie cravings, Rasapura Masters is the perfect food court for you. Located within The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, you’re bound to find a meal (or two) to eat here. Or if you only have a short stay in Singapore but still want to try a lot of classic Singaporean dishes, this is also a great option. You can get things like BBQ seafood, nasi lemak, bak kut teh, and chicken wings, all in one area!
Craving for some seafood? Originally a street hawker within Boon Tat Street, this food stall offers a great selection of seafood dishes, such as stingray, prawn and shellfish and cooked to perfection in a homemade chilli sambal paste.
Having several branches in Singapore, Huat Huat BBQ Chicken Wings serves genuine, Singapore-flavoured BBQ chicken wings. They are well-marinated and the skin is smoky and crispy, while the meat remains smooth and tender. They are not overly oily, and the downside is just that it’s impossible to stop at one!
Hyang-To-Gol provides an unrivalled Korean cuisine experience in Marina Bay Sands. From the usual favourites like Seafood Pancake to standard staples like Bibimbap and Ginseng Chicken Soup, there is definitely something for everyone!
One of the stalwarts of Shanghainese cuisine in Singapore, Ding Te Le is known for their Sheng Jian Bao, the underrated cousin of xiao long bao. The difference is in their method of preparation, when sheng jian baos are fried in a flat pan to create a golden-brown crust only on the bottom, while the top is kept soft and chewy. You can also order other dishes to go along, such as Vegetables and Pork Wanton Soup, Scallion Noodles and Fried Spare Ribs!
Founder Lim Lee Seng started selling fishball noodles from a pushcart and they’ve stuck to their time-tested recipe since 1968. Their fishballs are handmade daily using only pure yellowtail fish to maintain that bite – no preservatives, no fillers, and no surimi! It’s no wonder why the brand has a Michelin recommendation. You can get their signature Fishball Noodles in both soup or dry!
One of the most popular stalls at the Marina Bay Sands food court, HK Nanyang is popular for their blue pea rice that’s made with premium basmati long grain rice. Hoping to bring restaurant-standard Southeast Asian dishes into food courts, its Chicken Rendang is yummy and slightly sweet. Other dishes include the Braised Pork set that has a melt-in-your-mouth texture yet still firm enough to have a nice mouthfeel. If you love spice, then you will also surely enjoy their special chilli sauce!
One of the only few Singaporean culinary heritage dishes, bak kut teh remains a firm local favourite dish. Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh is known for their Teochew-style, peppery BKT. Once a street cart selling BKT around Hill Street and River Valley, today Ng Ah Sio has several outlets islandwide, and MBS is also where you can get a taste of their yummy BKT!
For authentic Indian cuisine, head on over to Indian Express. The menu is abundant in rich and authentic Indian dishes, using fresh ingredients to create a mouth-watering yet healthy feast. Be tantalised by crispy and golden appetisers, soulful curries, tandoori meats, fragrant biryani, plenty of vegetarian and vegan options as well!
Odeon Beef Noodles has a legacy that dates back to 1948 and today they continue to serve up comforting bowls of beef noodles. You can opt for their signature in either the dry or soup version. The rich beef broth and thick gravy both hold a warming savoury-sweet herbal flavour, extracted from beef bones stewed for up to five hours!
When it comes to hokkien mee, Thye Hong is a household name, having been in business for over forty years. With a mixture of thick rice noodles and yellow egg noodles, the noodle dish is first fried over a high flame and stewed in a savoury broth. Accompanied by fresh prawns, sotong, beansprouts, some sambal and a lime, the dish is absolutely slurp-worthy.
Thai Dynasty uses only the finest ingredients to create authentic Thai dishes that will not only fill your belly, but also warm your heart. Hiring only true blue Thai chefs and staff, you can be sure that the dishes here are some of the most authentic ones you can get in Singapore, from Pineapple Fried Rice to Pad Thai, Tom Yum and Basil Pork!
In 1983, Guan Chee began its operations in a small corner of Hougang Avenue 1. Founded by Terence Chi, Guan Chee specialises in authentic Hong Kong cuisines made with a homegrown recipe. The thickly cut chunks of tender pork belly with an incredibly crispy skin is bound to make you come back for more!
Founded by two sisters in 1985, Kok Kee Wonton Noodle is well known for its springy noodles mixed in a secret sauce. Simple, delectable, authentic, and truly old-school, Kok Kee Wonton Noodle is acknowledged as one of the best wonton noodles in Singapore by various local food critics and mainstream news and media outlets!
If it’s not Chinese or Asian food you’re after, you can get classic Western dishes at Ali’s Signature Grill. Items such as Crispy Chicken Cutlet, Fish & Chips, Grilled Salmon and a variety of pasta dishes will no doubt leave you feeling satiated.
Perfect as a light breakfast or snack, you can also get classic steamed and fried dim sum items at the Marina Bay Sands food court. This includes chee cheong fun, a variety of baos, shrimp dumplings, siew mai and many more!