07 Jun 2017

Lot One Cinema, Shops and Places to eat

Places to eat after visiting the Lot One Cinema

Lot One is an average size shopping centre in the Choa Chu Kang town of Singapore. The mall itself is also home to more than a hundred shops and services in addition to the Lot One Cinema. This area is mainly populated with Chinese expats and Singaporeans of Chinese descent. So their culture is evident in art, entertainment and food forms all over the town. Also there is bowling alley, video games arcade and of course a food court. You would think that Lot One directory of food venues is limited to Chinese restaurants but that is actually very far from the truth. Although Chinese cuisine is predominant, there are many other restaurants where you can enjoy a variety of meals from different cultures.

  1. Nando’s
  2. MOF – My Izakaya
  3. Siam Kitchen
  4. Paradise Dynasty
  5. Hong Kong Sheng Kee Desserts

Nando’s

The favourite spot for chicken for many people from various nations is the world renowned chain Nando’s, first started in Southern Africa. Whether you prefer wings or thighs, Nando’s chicken dishes always come perfectly seasoned. Additionally they come with a generous combination of sides, including sweet potato chips, fresh veggie salad and corn on the cob. It’s a full balanced meal, which takes your taste buds to a journey of celebration. Especially when you add Nando’s unique peri-peri sauces to your food.

Lot One Cinema image Nando's
Don’t be a chicken get down to Nando’s

Nando’s: #01-06/07, 21, Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, Singapore, 689812

MOF – My Izakaya

Lot One directory also features the popular modern Japanese culture restaurant My Izakaya. Part of the large chain Ministry of Food (MOF). This is not just a place to unwind with friends after work, while you have a drink and yummy bites. The food here is prepared to an excellent standard and its nutritious value is of the highest importance to the management. No artificial additives and colours or genetically modified ingredients ensure an authentic taste and healthy meal for all customers.

Lot One Cinema image My Izakaya
Anyone for Sushi?

My Izakaya: #03-12, 21, Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, Singapore, 689812

Siam Kitchen

Another exclusive addition to the international Lot One directory of food venues is the Siam Kitchen. This is a Thai restaurant creating a perfect blend between traditional and tasty street food and modern, classy interior. The chefs in this place are specifically selected. Mainly by their ability to transfer the authenticity of Thai culture onto the plate. Want a colourful and flavoursome meal, Siam Kitchen welcomes you seven days a week!

Lot One Cinema Image Siam Kitchen
Siam Kitchen authentic Thai food

Siam Kitchen: #02-25, 21, Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, Singapore, 689812

Paradise Dynasty

Of course, it will be a total miss if we do not include a very special Chinese restaurant in our recommendations for food spots in the Lot One directory. Paradise Dynasty is a concept developed by Paradise Group. Because this outlet seemingly takes you back on a journey to imperial China. By stimulating all your senses to experience the era’s majestic glory.

Lot One Cinema Image Paradise Dynasty
Ever been to Paradise?

Paradise Dynasty: #03-02B, 21, Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, Singapore, 689812

Hong Kong Sheng Kee Desserts

To illustrate just how diverse Lot One directory of food and drinks, here is with a sweet temptation. Hong Kong Sheng Kee is a place where you can find traditional desserts. Also tasty noodles, rice dishes and other delights typical of Hong Kong. If you want to treat yourself, don’t think twice, just make your way there.

lot one cinema image Hong Knog Sheng Kee
Hong Kong here we come!

Hong Kong Sheng Kee: #B1-K10, 21, Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, Singapore, 689812

And finally….

Lot One is also a great place to hang around with your friends on a weekend and if you get hungry after a fun bowling game you have a lot of options to choose from for a delicious meal. And don’t forget there is the Lot One Cinema to entertain you.

Why not visit our Singapore City page for more information and interesting facts about this fascinating destination.


AUTHOR: Appetti
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