With established standard operating policies, professional management expertise quality awareness and community responsibility, S-11 F&B Holdings have been established in 1993 with the concept of gathering a variety of quality food & beverages under one roof coupled with outlets accessibility through careful selection of locations. The over 19 food courts and food houses spread island-wide possesses of the good-old kopitiam culture and great passion for food.
S-11 Food Court Hot
Blk 530 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 #01-2379 S(560530)
Blk 51 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 #01-03 Big Mac Centre S(569922)
Blk 711 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8 #01-3501 S(560711)
Blk 504 Bishan St 11 #01-444 S(570504)
Blk 787B Choa Chu Kang Drive #01-241 S(681787)
Blk 107 Hougang Ave 1 #01-00 S(530107)
Blk 630A Woodlands Ring Rd #01-01 S(731630)
Blk 304 Woodlands St 31 #01-125 S(730304)
Blk 302 Woodlands St 31 #01-277 S(730302)
Blk 744 Yishun St 72 #01-197 S(760744)
17 to 37 Cuppage Rd, Cuppage Terrace S(229460)
Blk 101 Upper Cross St, People Park's Centre #B1-06, 75-78 S(058357)
Blk 34 Upper Cross St #01-132 S(050034)
Blk 506 Tampines Central 1 #01-361 S(520506)
Blk 640 Bukit Batok Central #01-40 S(650640)
Blk 445 Clementi Ave 3 #01-131 S(120445)
Blk 132 Jurong East St 13 # 01-273 S(600132)
Bkl 101 Yung Sheng Rd S(618497)
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 9 user(s)
Wide variety of tasty food
I've been visiting the S-11 food court at Bishan ever since young, and this is absolutely one of my favourite food courts. I love the wide variety of cheap and delicious food offered here; one will be spoilt for choice upon entering the place.
My favourite stall would be the ban mian stall. The noodles are handmade, and hence very chewy and springy. The soup is also very thick and flavourful, and goes well with the egg, anchovies and noodles etc. There's always a long queue at this stall during meal times, but it is definitely worth queueing for!
The only downside of this outlet is that the service of the staff at the drink stalls isn't very good. They take very long to process your orders and present a nonchalant attitude towards the customers, which might spoil your dining experience.
Power indian rojak
I simply love Indian rojak, and the indian rojak stall at the S-11 in Tampines really knows how to cook up a storm! I have been here since I was a kid and although the proces have shot up tremendously, I always make it a point to bring my friends here.
I have spent many years looking around for other Indian Rojak stalls as good as this, but after the killer Indian Rojak in Geylang, I feel that the one here really does beat the rest, not in terms of pricing though. My orders wuold shoot up to 13 dollars at times! but i have no complaints really. What really makes this rojak special is their crazy sauce!
Terrible Indian food, but lip-smacking tasty dumplings!
I usually visit the S-11 outlet at Ang Mo Kio Central, beside the Jubilee Square. This kopitiam-styled foodcourt has been around for ages, and I've eaten here on numerous occasions over the years.
A friendly piece of advice I can give is to completely avoid the Indian Stall here. On many occasions I have had to buy food from them, which has always ended up in being an unsatisfactory meal. This is due to a few reasons like their absurdly high prices, I mean $6 for a chicken briyani is ridiculous. This is further compounded when I discovered that they re-cook their foodstuffs over and over again instead of using fresh ingredients. This leads to the taste of the dishes there being stale and flat. A complete disgrace to Indian cuisine.
On a brighter note, the dumpling soup and wanton noodles stall is a popular place with diners visiting this S-11. With their dumpling soup priced at $3.50 a bowl and enough to fill you up with the fragrant soup base and the amply-sized dumplings, it's not too difficult to see why.
So stay away from the Indian stall, and try some wanton noodles and dumpling soup instead!
One of the best rojak stall located here
S-11 at Tampines previously also known as the Prime Mart has a wide variety of stalls ranging from Chinese to Indian stall. But one particular stall that has attracted me since the first time i came, back in 1999 was the Indian rojak stall. There was always a long wait for the orders and being the puzzled me, i decided to order. I was told that it will take almost to 45 minutes to get my orders.
I always believe that long queues are an indication that the food are worth the try. Well i was right because when i ate the rojak dipped in the peanut gravy, it was so good that i vowed it was the best rojak i ever tasted. What makes it exceptional from the rest is the thickness of the peanut gravy and the freshness of the ingredients. You can feel that it was painstakingly prepared fresh everyday.
My word of advise is, ask for more peanut gravy because one bowl will never be enough. Enjoy!
Not the cleanest, but definitely cheapest
Among all of the food court giants around from Kopitiam to Banquet to Food Republic to S11, the latter has the cheapest food and that is also reflected in the upkeep of the place. When you are ever in the vicinity of Tampines Central and your cash strapped or just want to pig out on a budget, try the S11 beside the Tampines wet market.
Located near the Tampines Wet Market which is directly across of Cash Converter at Tampines Central, the place was introduced as I am a chicken chop lover. I've been to so many chicken chop places and everything I find that the food is decent and the quantity sufficient, a wink of the eye later and the food either becomes lousy or the food portion barely fills me. At S11 Tampines however, I've been coming back for their Halal Chicken Chop sold by a friendly Chinese lady who ensures that portion and quality is maintained regardless the times and the crowd.
The chicken chop in my opinion goes best with the mashed potato as both of them uses the same black pepper sauce. Have you noticed that sometimes the peppery taste is too strong you can't taste the meat at all? It is in a valiant effort to mask the no longer fresh meat. At this outlet however, the meat is complimented nicely by the black pepper; never once did I ate here did the black pepper play the main actor role.
There are also amazing food to try like the Yong Tau Fu and the Korean Food which apparently have their group of loyal fans which you will see once in a while there. But nonetheless,if I'm in Tampines and craving chicken chop, you know you can find me here.
No frills dining
S11 is a pretty established food court (non air-conditioned) in Singapore. They are mostly in neighbourhood area such as AMK, Yishun, etc. The stalls in these food courts sells mainly “hawker food” and local delicacies such as Chicken Rice, Satay, Chinese Mixed Rice, Minced Meat Noodles, Handmade Noodles, Carrot Cakes and so on. One way you can identify S11 other than its sign, is the uniform of their staff. They are all dressed in green polo t-shirts.
If you are a tourist and is looking to try some cheap local food, I would suggest S11. Don’t expect good quality food standard with clean seating areas etc. S11 is an extremely no frills place for people to eat and go kind of dining. Those who feel that places selling local delicacies such as Chomp Chomp, Newton Circles, Lao Pat Sat @ Raffles are over commercialized and overpriced, you can try the food at S11. A bowl of minced meat noodles may cost SGD$2.50 - $3.00 at S11 whereas at places such as Newton Circles, the price would be as high as $5.00.
Convenient, Reasonably good and cheap food.
I usually drop by S11 after a study session at the Tampines Regional Library. S11 has all the typical offerings you'd expect for any other air-conditioned food court i.e. Yong Tau Foo, Mixed Rice, Muslim Food although their Rojak is particularly famous. It's the stall at the corner and it's common practice for people there to have a meal while waiting for their Rojak to be prepared.
Service-wise, it is once again, what you'd typically expect, although I have to admit that the S11 I frequent typically has wet floors and leftover food on the table, as well as random food scraps. But it is probably as much the fault of the patrons, as it might be that of the cleaners.
Great late night hang out!
S-11 has been a place I hung out at during the later part of the night, a few years back, while I was still studying. I would never forget the fond memories my friends and I shared when we all gathered for a late night chit chat session before walking home as there were no more public transport available.
Conveniently located at heartland areas of Singapore, S-11 is a coffee shop (we call it kopitiam, which means ‘coffee shop’ in dialect) which opens way past the time of most other coffee shops and eating places in Singapore. It also caters to the local taste buds and has food from many racial backgrounds, each depending on the S-11 outlet you go to.
My friends and I usually frequent the ones at Ang Mo Kio. The staff are usually not very friendly, but being a kopitiam, that behaviour is certainly well expected. I really like their water chestnut drink and their fried bee hoon/ kuay teow. That would be the perfect dinner after a long hard day at school or after our after school activities.
S-11 has made a mark in my adolescent life, and I will always remember the times spent there.
Tampines S-11 Food Court often saw me as I visit the nearby Tampines Regional Library frequently. Just a five minutes walk from the library, the food court hosts a wide variety of food that leaves meal-seekers spoilt for choice.
What appeals to me is the pancake stall just beside the drinks store. It is the first time I've seen this type of pancakes available in food courts and simply the freshness of the idea kept me wanting it for months. A basic pancake can be made of just the pancake and a piece of cheese on top of it but of course you can top it up with sausages, pork floss and many other toppings available. Simple pancakes with peanut fillings are available too.
The Korean food stall is another stall which I like because of it's worth-for-money. One dish I often buy is pork and fried fish rice, sided with some kimchi and salad. This type of meals with two different meat would cost at least 50 cents more elsewhere. Also, the rice is not normal rice and tastes really good with the korean dishes.
Other stalls of note include Yu Kee Duck Rice and the Handmade Noodle Stall!