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Lot One: Best Restaurants Nearby Them

Lot One Shoppers’ Mall is a shopping mall in Choa Chu Kang New Town, Singapore. CapitaMall Trust oversees its management. It got constructed in 1996. It gets close to the Choa Chu Kang Bus – Interchange and the MRT/LRT station.

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History

Lot One, created by City Developments Limited, became Choa Chu Kang’s first significant shopping centre – finished in August 1996. It included a Shaw Theatres movie theatre, an NTUC FairPrice supermarket, a Seiyu (now BHG) department store, the Choa Chu Kang Public Library, a Cathay bowling alley, a video game arcade, a Food Junction food court, and just over 100 speciality stores, just like a suburban mall at the time.

About Them

The Lot One got sold to CapitaLand Ltd. in 2005. The mall had its first renovations in July 2007, including – the addition – of a four-story retail extension and rearranging the mall’s stores. The food court was moved from Basement 1 to Level 4 during this time, and the public library was moved from Level 3 to Level 4, taking up the space formerly occupied by the bowling alley. The arcade – relocated from Level 4 to Level 5, now occupies a smaller area. The final stage of the makeover was the addition of a roof garden that included a wet and dry playground. The renovation project finished in November 2008.

The cinema and library were closed in 2019 for significant renovations, during which the theatre’s number of screens doubled to accommodate local moviegoers, while the library’s space – increased to accommodate more materials. In September and October 2021, respectively, they both reopened.

Lot One Interior

Ajisen Ramen

Ajisen Ramen has made in Kumamoto, Japan, since 1968, is well-known for its flavorful Tonkotsu (pork bone) broth.

Tonkotsu soup made by Ajisen Ramen gets made – with ingredients gets imported from Japan. Our homemade ramen noodles are quickly and lightly cooked, but they maintain their springiness and smooth flavour.

Lot One Cinema

EAT restaurant provides neighbourhood favourites at cost-effective prices while preserving – the original flavour and taste of yesteryears. With a dash of vinegar, the gravy of the minced pork noodles is suitably seasoned, giving it the ideal kick of taste – to balance the minced meat and fried wanton cooked from scratch. You won’t be able to stop eating our minced pork noodles. Make EAT the place to eat with other regional favourites in our unique Handmade Fishball Noodle, Laksa, Satay Beehoon, and more!

Fun Toast

Fun Toast was founded in 1941 by people who were experts at roasting Nanyang coffee and making the renowned charcoal-grilled kaya toasts of Singapore. Initially known as Kheng Nam Hong on Telok Ayer Street, this inconspicuous yet endearing coffee business has changed from a traditional family coffeehouse to a distinctively Singaporean establishment.

As diners from all over Singapore get enthralled by Fun Toast’s delectable traditional Nanyang food and beverages, the pleasant aroma of freshly made coffee and tea fills the restaurant.

Hainanese Curry Rice

You may get a variety of mouthwatering Hainanese curry rice dishes there, along with meat alternatives like crispy fried chicken cutlets and sambal sotong. The food gets topped with a generous drizzle of curry sauce, which packs a flavorful punch that will keep you going around for more. The gravy gets enhanced with a fragrant mixture of spices.

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