This well-known heartland mall is directly close to the Bishan Bus Interchange and sits atop the Bishan MRT Interchange. Did you realize it? The “8” in its designation refers to the previous station numbering system used in the Bishan district’s North-South Line section. The initial Food Junction food court location was likewise located in the Junction 8 retail center. Now, they also have a number of well-known eateries, like Canton Paradise and Watami Japanese Casual Restaurant. Check out Junction 8’s Top 10 Restaurants below.
Best Restaurants in Junction 8
|9 Bishan Place, B1-07, Junction 8 Singapore 579837
|+65 6288 8062
The best Cherry Valley ducks are combined with various herbs in Dian Xiao Er’s specialty, which are then expertly marinated and roasted to the ideal level of juiciness. The herbs and spices used in Dian Xiao Er’s herbal roasted duck are infused into the meat before it is carefully roasted over charcoal to preserve its delicious flavors.
Their ducks have exterior skin that is golden and crispy, yet the interior flesh is still delicate and flavorful with herbs. Duck Roasted with Angelica Herb and Duck Roasted with Ten Wonder Herbs, which use herbs like Condonopsis Root, Foxglove Root, and Licorice Root, are two of their signature roast duck recipes. There are also other standout options including the Seafood Combo with Assorted Vegetables, Mongolian Spare Ribs, and Silver Cod Fish in Superior Soy Sauce.
Ordered during the non-peak hours on a Saturday at noon with my parents and got a 15% discount. The duck is good and I have requested for them to remove the bones. The fish tastes fresh and the soup is tasty! This is my 3rd visit here and will definitely visit again! – Guo Hong Lim
|9 Bishan Place Junction 8 #01-51 Singapore 579837
|+65 6487 6489
With its menu of cherished Cantonese dishes, dim sum, and a variety of roast delicacies, Canton Paradise Restaurant aims to reflect the spirit of Hong Kong. There is a wide variety of inexpensive Hong Kong classics on the vast all-day menu. The all-day menu of delicious dim sum at this Chinese restaurant offers a taste of authenticity.
Very impressed at the food quality for a chain establishment. The restaurant serves great quality Chinese food that anyone would appreciate at reasonable prices. The duck and roast pork were done really well, and lean cuts were used. The deep-fried tofu was also fried to perfection, the skin being crisp yet thin. Also; the shrimp roe noodles were flavourful without being salty, serving as an accompaniment for the rest of the dishes ordered. – Zachary Ong
|9 Bishan Place B1-03/03A Singapore 579837
The JOY LUCK TEAHOUSE (JLT) is a miniature Hong Kong-style cafe (Cha Chaan Teng) that serves a variety of inexpensive snacks to people from all walks of life. The three treasures that the Hong Kong government registered with UNESCO as part of Hong Kong’s Intangible Cultural Heritage are Hong Kong Milk Tea, Egg Tarts, and Pineapple Buns.
Buttery, crumbly cookie crust with distinct butter fragrance + creamy and velvety smooth golden egg custard – my favorite childhood snack. Many novelty flavors are introduced but the original is still the best. – JG
|9 Bishan PL, #02-32A Singapore 579837
|+65 6287 0077
The first and foremost Halal-certified premium cheesecake in Singapore can be found at Cat & the Fiddle, along with a wide variety of 20 different gourmet cheesecake flavors.
Lovely ambiance and a nice seating area. They also have coffee and cake deals. Their seasonal Green tea cheesecake was meh, the latte was a bit too bitter for my liking. Their other cakes are good regardless. – Kai
|9 Bishan Place #02-52 Singapore 579837
Joe & Dough is a homegrown company that was established in 2009 with the straightforward goal of making exceptional specialty coffee and handcrafted baked goods available to everyone. Joe & Dough takes care in serving only things they are genuinely proud of, from procuring the best Arabica beans to insisting on baking their own bread and cakes.
Able to find seats on a Sat afternoon, love that they have free wifi and the staff doesn’t chase you out for work. The prices there is also net. – MY
|9 Bishan Place B1-K4, S579837
All of Nam Kee Pau’s pau products are created in-house. Take a bite off of soft, steamed buns filled with other delectable fillings and a sweet, velvety lotus paste. A substantial plate of Mee Hoon Kuay or Ke Kou Mian will warm your stomach if you are in the mood for something heavier.
I am not a fan of ban main. But this deserves some mention over here. It is tasty and well-balanced. Not too spicy, and the noodles are well-cooked and springy. Love it! – Chian Wei
|9 Bishan Place, #02-19/20/27 Singapore 579837
|+65 6353 3960
Stanley Ng, who established Ambush, first encountered genuine European cuisine in Luzerne, Switzerland. His desire to bring a new business of European cuisine to Singapore was born out of the fantastic experiences he had when dining in restaurants and cafés. What began as a temporary food kiosk in 2002 evolved into 3 kiosks in 2003, which eventually led to the union of the stores throughout Singapore in 2005, resulting in the creation of the small but perfectly formed restaurant Ambush. The way was made for the development of an informal, high-quality, and reasonably priced chain of European eateries around Singapore.
Nice big portions. Nice ambiance too. Service is great though there was a bit of a crowd during lunchtime. The beef was cooked perfectly but the fish and chips are so-so. Would come back again! – Lee Ling
|Junction 8 9 Bishan Place #02-34/35/35A 62596698
|+65 6333 9781
Starting with their signature Gyozas, Osaka Osho is a restaurant that has won over its patrons’ taste buds with its constantly expanding menu filled with the best in Japanese and Chinese cuisine. Enjoy their Osaka Ohsho Fried Rice Set along with their famous Gyoza to get the best of both worlds.
This place deserves a better rating. Great place to stop by for a warm meal. Food is not outstanding, but more towards comfort food. Taste like Chinese food so you won’t realize you’re at a Japanese restaurant. Recommend their mapo tofu and ginger pork set. – Li
|9 Bishan Place #01-32 Singapore 579837
Burger and fries, rice boxes, and Korean cuisine all fall under this category. All you need for a delicious lunch is four fingers, golden Kimchi Fries, a cool Honey Yuzu drink, and crisp, double-fried chicken smothered in pungent garlic soy sauce.
Unfortunately, we don’t have this in Germany. A completely new style of fried chicken. Loved it! Especially the variety of flavors for the chicken and the fries are really cool. I would definitely recommend this place if you want to try a new way of chicken wings. – Viola Schu
|1002 Tai Seng Ave #01-2540 Singapore 534409
Greendot, Singapore’s largest chain that sells fusion-style, plant-based staples, was founded in 2011. It was established with the intention of facilitating everyone’s access to and convenience with greener, healthier meat-free meals. By being thoughtful about their food choices, everyone, according to Greendot, can change the planet. Everyone can take a step toward improving their health, the community, and the environment by giving up meat once a week. Green starts at Greendot with high-quality, fresh ingredients.
Good quality vegan food and flavourful that delight your guts. The staff is mostly senior so have to be patient and understanding even if they don’t smile. – Fran
And that concludes our list of the top 10 restaurants in Singapore for delivery and takeout. We really hope that our list of takeout meal alternatives has made things easier for you!
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