Top 6 Best Food Courts in Singapore

The best indoor air conditioned food courts in Singapore! When I can’t take the heat of the hawker centres anymore, I head inside to the Food Courts in Singapore for some delicious food in air conditioned comfort.

In this video I cover the following food courts (time links below):

01:07 – Food Opera – Ion Orchard Level B4
Food Opera offers an elegant ambience that comes together with the multitude of delicious heritage dishes from its 27 vendors to create a unique, nostalgic dining experience. Inspired by the timeless British colonial decor style in Singapore during the 1900s era, the sprawling 19,000 square foot space is awash in light blue and ivory, accentuated with brass and earth tones, and characterised by lush greenery and foliage – trademark design features of the 1900s.

03:37 – Food Republic – Vivo City – Level 3, (next to Sentosa Express Monorail)

The Food Republic in Vivo City is 27,000 sq feet, with 900 seats and 27 stalls. This food court offers glimpses of life during the 1900 to 1940s period in Singapore. Diners eat in surroundings that are built with aged wooden beams, floor tiles and roof shingles. The high ceilings are illuminated with hanging light fixtures within old bird cages. Suspended old bicycles add to the ambient old world charm of the space.

06:07 – Food Republic & Japan Food Town – Wisma Atria Level 4

The Food Republic at Wisma Atria has 23,000 sq feet and about 800 seats, at 23 food stations, 3 mini restaurants and 1 kiosk. The restaurant stations and 60s-inspired kiosks curving around the perimeter of the space are accented with chengai wood individually sourced from Asia Pacific and mosaic tiles filled with Southeast Asian inspired motifs. Retro tables and chairs provide comfortable seating (spot the “cinema on wheels” too, used by traders in the past to hawk movie screenings).

07:54 – Food Republic and Japan Food Floor – 313 @ Somerset – Level 5 and B3

The largest Food Republic in Singapore at 30,000 square feet of with a seating capacity that holds 1,000 seats, 22 food stalls and 4 mini restaurants.

09:47 – Food Republic – Suntec City – B1 (Next to the fountain)

Food court with a neat view of a really big fountain!

10:41 – Rasapura Masters – Marina Bay Sands Shoppes – Level B2

Located next to the ice rink in the upscale Marina Bay Sands Shoppes, this isn’t the cheapest food court, but it is one of the nicest in terms of decor and the uniforms of the cooks.


You might enjoy watching one of my other videos from Singapore:
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Singapore Cable Car:
Singapore Hawker Centre Food:
Best Hawker Centres in Singapore:
Singapore Southern Ridges Trail:
Haw Par Villa Singapore:
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16 thoughts on “Top 6 Best Food Courts in Singapore

  1. Hi! I'm from Jakarta, Indonesia. These food courts are so amazing place to eat. While I eat at Food Republic at Vivo City and Wisma Atria, I always hear the Vintage Chinese Songs there.

  2. Great info,looking forward to the food.Going to the UK in Oct via Sin & then back for stopover!Cheers:):)

  3. Find your videos very useful! We are hoping to go to Singapore for a week. We love food courts because it's only really me in my family that likes heat! The compromise for letting me visit is that they get air-con to eat in. So this is a great video for me to use in my 'selling Singapore' to my family compilation!

  4. Really glad to see these recommendations! Hit me up the next time you visit Singapore and interested to try some delicious best taste for price food in restaurants!

  5. Nice video!!!! Also Happy New Year!!!! I am definitely sure that you will continue to make more amazing videos in the new year 🙂

  6. I don't understand your videos. Last month you did a video of the 9 best hawker centers and now you feature another lot of best…..which is which ?
    Are you paid by the owners to do these videos ? How can you have so many the best ?
    And before anyone says the other video is about Hawker Centers and this one is about Food Court, they are the same and I know this because I am a Singaporean trying to find out more about our island food. Ths is why I am looking at videos such as these. But seems this one is not trustworthy. Sad and misdirecting to many tourists watching your videos, esp those how have a short time on the island.

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