Food At Downtown East: What To Eat At E!Hub and E!Avenue

Food At Downtown East: What To Eat At E!Hub and E!Avenue
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Downtown East is a lifestyle, recreational and entertainment hub with facilities such as Wild Wild Wet, D’Resort and two malls at E!Hub and E!Avenue. With so many things to do, it’s easy to spend the day there. Here are the various places to fill hungry tummies throughout the day at Downtown East.

Food At Downtown East

Thai Food choices at Downtown East

Siam Square Mookata

Siam Square Mookata

Located at: E!Hub #02-126

Siam Square Mookata is considered one of the few pioneer Mookata Restaurants in Singapore. They have other outlets around Singapore in areas such as Woodlands, Jurong Gateway and more. Siam Square Mookata serves fresh ingredients and freshly made soup at affordable prices.

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Sakon Thai

Located at: E!Hub #01-108

Sakon Thai’s food concept is a combination of flavours from original Sakon Town located in Northeast of Thailand and the Gau Yuak Temple in Chiang Mai. The founder, who has been a regular donor to the temple, brought back the flavours to Singapore in 2008 as he was impressed by the dishes cooked by the locals for the temple visitors.

The Basil Inn

Located at: E!Avenue #02-335

Serving up food with the flavours and tastes of Bangkok, the Thai chef at The Basil Inn uses only the freshest of ingredients and traditional Thai cooking methods to prepare their dishes. They serve dishes such as Tom Yum, Green Curry, Mango Sticky Rice and more.

Tuk Tuk Cha

Located at: E!Hub #01-K104

Established in 2015, Tuk Tuk Cha is a fuss-free casual Thai café that specialises in authentic Halal Thai food, beverages and trendy desserts. Their outlet at E!Hub serves signature drinks such as Thai Milk Tea, Tuk Tuk Coffee and sweet treats such as toast.

Kin Kao Young

Located at: E!Avenue #01-310

Kin Kao Young is a Thai Street Food Concept under the Suki Group. They offer dishes such as Grilled Pork Rice, Basil Minced Pork Rice, Fried Chicken Cutlet Rice, Thai Chicken Soup with Tom Yum Spices and more.

Japanese Food choices at Downtown East

Takagi Ramen

Takagi Ramen

Located at: E!Avenue #02-316

Takagi Ramen offers customers delicious yet budget-friendly ramen. Takagi Ramen, founded in 2015 and has 8 outlets around the island. They serve a variety of ramen on top of their signature Takagi ramen which is made with Hakata noodles in creamy Tonkotsu broth boiled for over 12 hours.

Hei Sushi

Located at: E!Avenue #02-334

Hei Sushi serves tasty and quality halal certified Japanese cuisine at affordable prices, There are over 200 varieties of dishes to choose from. Apart from a wide selection of sushi, diners can also enjoy items such as mini baked rice with a variety of toppings, grilled yakimono items, fusion udon with Japanese sesame sauce topped with shredded cheese, and more.

Watami Japanese Dining

WATAMI Japanese Dining

Located at: E!Hub #02-104 – #02-105

Providing an enjoyable and casual taste of Japanese delicacies for customers outside Japan, Watami promises a comfortable and sophisticated dining experience at reasonable prices with friendly services. Diners can enjoy a wide array of Japanese food with dishes such as Dons, skewers, sashimi, sushi and more.

Gaku Sushi Bar

Located at: E!Avenue #02-304

Gaku Sushi Bar is a modern Japanese Fusion Dining concept. The outlet located within Downtown East offers an extensive all-day menu that includes traditional Japanese food such as Donburi, Sushi, Sashimi and also a full bar serving our fine selection of wine and sake.

Local delights at Downtown East

Ministry of Burgers

Ministry of Burgers

Located at: E!Hub #01-K101

Diners no longer have to look for a Pasar Malam to enjoy a Ramly Burger! Ministry of Burgers’ patties are wrapped with an egg, loaded with a bunch of seasonings and sauces all condensed in between two crispy buttered buns.



Located at: E!Hub #01-K105

Enjoy some award-winning Adam Road Nasi Lemak by Selera Rasa which has fragrant coconut rice, crispy fried chicken that is topped off with crunchy flavourful ikan bilis, nuts and the tantalising iconic sambal.

The Banana Leaf Apolo

The Banana Leaf Apolo

Located at: E!Avenue #01-309

Popular with local Singaporeans, The Banana Leaf Apolo a great selection of Indian favourites. Their signature dishes include Apolo Fish Head Curry and their Classics like Apolo Chicken Masala, Mutton Mysore, Dum Briyani and more.

Mei Heong Yuen Dessert

Mei Heong Yuen Dessert

Located at: E!Hub #02-102

Sufficiently sweet, without being cloying, Mei Heong Yuen Dessert offers yummy desserts to end a meal. There are items on the menu such as traditional desserts, cakes and dumplings, snow ice paste and more. There are also desserts such as sesame and almond paste.

Killiney Kopitiam

Killiney Kopitiam

Located at: E!Hub #01-K103

Killiney Kopitiam has an extended menu offering a wider variety of local delicacies. They are best known for their charcoal-grilled kaya toast, soft boiled eggs and coffee. There are also dishes such as Curry Chicken, Laksa, Mee Rubus and Mee Siam.

Snack options at Downtown East


Located at: E!Hub #02-111

TheJellyhearts serves delectable Jelly Cheesecakes that are suitable for special events or even for an afternoon tea. Flavours include a Multi-Layer Rainbow, Classic Original, Tangy Mango, Tempting Cookies, and more.

Candy House

Candy House

Located at: E!Avenue #02-308

Candy House is a leading supplier for pre-packaged popcorn and candy floss in Singapore. At this store, customers can buy readily available fresh candy floss and popcorn daily. The candy floss comes in various colours and sizes, making it a fun stop for the young and young at heart.

A Spoonful of Sugar

A Spoonful of Sugar

Located at: E!Hub #01-K106

A Spoonful of Sugar is known for its handcrafted waffle recipe and yummy ice-cream flavours. Their interesting ice cream flavours include Earl Grey Rose or the ever-popular Sea Salt Malt. There are also other treats such as churros, brownies, cakes and macaroons.

See the full list of places to eat at Downtown East here.

Another great spot to get hot meals and snacks is the Pasir Ris Don Don Donki outlet.

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