5 Unique Makan Places for Aesthetic-loving teens

Food Courts have never been fancier. The once loved food courts for just having a plethora of affordable and delicious dishes, has now stepped up its game. The aesthetics of these picturesque food courts has elevated the entire traditional hawker dining experience.

Here's a list of 7 Unique Makan Place for Aesthetic-loving tweens.

1. Food Junction @ Great World - Train Themed & Rooftop View 

[Image adapted from MSNews]
Choo choo train-themed stalls taking you on a ride to your favourite cuisines from all over the world. [Image adapted from MSNews]
 
The interior is chic and contemporary, as one would expect from an upscale mall. You can find stalls selling all sorts of cuisines such as Vietnam, Korean, Chinese and more at standard food court prices.
  
Walk along a "train track" that is actually a 22-meter-long LED display of Singapore landmarks. [Image adapted from GirlStyle Singapore]
 
It doesn't stop there! If you walk right outside the food court, you'll find an outdoor bar area with an unblocked, paranomic view of a rooftop terrace. Just imagine eating scrumptious food with a view like this. To make it even more perfect, the view gets better in the evening when the place lights up with LED lights giving you a glitzy city vibes dining experience.
 
[Image adapted from GirlStyle Singapore]
  
Food Junction @ Great World
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-116 Great World, Singapore 237994
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
 

2. Food Junction @ Rivervale Mall - Dinner at a HDB void deck

The HDB void deck themed food court brings back the fond memories of our past while serving a wide variety of options. [Image adapted from Girl Style Singapore]

This insta-worthy and familiar sight brings back nostalgic memories of hanging out and chatting with our friends under our void decks. The only difference is the air conditioning and having a wide variety of food to choose from instead of tapao-ing food from a nearby convenience store.

Hanging bird cages and the no smoking sign plastered all over the area. [Image adapted from Girl Style Singapore]

The seating area very closely resembles the void deck form our memories– from the hanging bird cages and tiled floors to the bright pink mosaic tables and chairs. Each stall front also resembles those of pushcarts and even has a block number and street name. 

 

The instagramable Ke Coco Cloud Drink sold at Food Junction Rivervale Mall. [Image adapted from Girl Style Singapore]

Modern takes on classic beverages are even sold here such as the Kopi Slush, Sea Salt Chendol and the ever-iconic Coco Cloud.

Rivervale Mall Food Junction

Address: 11 Rivervale Crescent, #01-01/02/03 Rivervale Mall, Singapore 545082
Opening hours: 6.30am-10pm, Daily

 

3. Timbre+ – Funky & Container-styled eatery

Singapore's first-ever container themed sustainable food park @ Expo [Image adapted from Eatbook]

Timbre+ is like no other food courts ever seen before. This picturesque eatery is a modern urban food park. It provides a variety of restaurant-quality food and quick bites at reasonable prices. Every stall has its own flavour. And we're not talking just about the food. 
 
One of the stalls, 'Iskina Cebu Singapore' is an originally Cebuano-owned brand. It's food and design of the stall makes them stand out from the crowd. [Image adapted from Eatbook]
 
They say not judge a book by its cover. But that may not apply to these funky-looking stalls. Most of them were specifically designed to match the authentic atmosphere their food brings. So try them all out when you have the chance!
 

A huge stage overlooks the area with live music performances by local musicians. [Image adapted from Checkin.sg]

Enjoy diverse food & drinks with live band performances every Tuesday to Sunday evening! If you're interested in the bands, you can check out their schedules here.

Timbre+ (2 Outlets)

One-North outlet
Address: 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent, JTC LaunchPad @ one-north, Singapore 139957
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 7am-10.30pm | Sun 11am-10.30pm

Eastside @ Expo outlet
Address: 1 Expo Drive, Singapore 486150 (Outside Hall 5)
Opening hours: 9.30am-10pm, Daily

 

4. Eatbox by Artbox – Minimalistic, Hipster vibes

A minimalistic and hipster-themed food court. [Image adapted from Time Out]

Eatbox always gives us the best of the best iconic food in Singapore. This food place is constantly giving us the most trendy food, desserts, and drinks, always bringing us a taste of something new.

 

Some of the most trending food sold at Eatbox. [Image adapted from Eatbook]
  
Aside from the delicious-looking food, the place is a haven for photographers and social media enthusiasts. Every turn you take lies a perfect angle for an instagramable shot worth over 1,000 likes. 
 
A cute couple taking a selfie with artwork drawn on the glass. [Image adapted from Little Steps]
  
Eatbox by Artbox
Address: 2 Serangoon Road, #01-55 to 59 Tekka Place Annex Building, Singapore 218227
Opening hours: 10am-10.30pm, Daily

5. Southside Interim Market – Dome-like dining & Bistro by the beach

What looks like a stylish warehouse from the outside is actually an even more stylish food court. [Image adapted from danielfooddiary]

Simplicity as its finest. Don't be fooled by its seemingly high class and atas demeanor. The “interim” in its name refers to the roaming vendors serving up hawker-style dishes on Sentosa. 

 

Picture of people dining in the lit up domes at night, giving a sensational view of the Sentosa. 

[Image adapted from bykido]

For free use of these cozy, fairy-lit "igloos," you must spend a minimum of $300 if you prefer to eat outside. 
Because of their high demand, it's also advised to book a spot in advance on their website. 
The domes are dispersed across a wide lawn, making them the ideal place for children to run around.

This food hall is only open during the weekends, which is ideal for those getting out of their stressful workweek affairs. 
  

Southside Interim Market

Address: 80 Siloso Road, Singapore 098969
Opening hours: Fri 6pm-10.30pm | Sat-Sun 11.30am-10.30pm (Closed on Mondays to Thursdays)