You can call us basic for loving neon aesthetics, but really, what’s there to complain about when the ambience is a futuristic field of photo ops? Even better, one that’s filled with food.
For all the neon-lovin’ people, Tai Seng Food Hall has an alter ego — by day, it functions as a food hall. But by night, the space transforms into a neon-themed bistro bar.
Tai Seng Food Hall x B.E.D
Operated by B.E.D, the new Tai Seng Food Hall offers a range of main courses before 6pm. If you’re working around the area, the new establishment has North Indian cuisine, Chinese, and Japanese cuisine for you to choose from — perfect for your lunch break.
There are Japanese stores that offer tantalising value sets, but you can also opt for a 2pax meal which cuts the cost. Whether it’s the Gyu Don Set (S$15.90) or Chicken Teriyaki Set (S$13.90) you crave, each of them comes with side dishes such as miso soup, a salad, and some fruits.
There’s even ramen and Japanese curry rice available, just in case you’d prefer something more hearty and warm.
For dessert, opt for the acai bowls. Besides the usual nuts and berries, there are other exotic flavours such as Earl Grey Açai and Coco Açai, both drizzled with a homemade roasted coconut sauce.
The acai bowls are priced from S$8.90 onwards, making them very affordable.
The magic at Tai Seng Food Hall happens after 6pm. The lights are dimmed and the place is converted into a bistro bar where patrons can gather for food and drinks.
After a long day of work, calm your nerves and chill out with some alcoholic beverages to your heart’s content. If you’re feeling peckish, there’s still a menu of mains, bar bites, and some desserts to choose from.
One of the more unusual options at Tai Seng Food Hall would be the Strong B.E.D Punch (S$48), an alcoholic beverage served in a steamboat pot. Diners can add in a bottle of Soju for S$15 for an extra punch — just make sure to get home safely!
The bar bites include a selection of maki rolls such as Salmon Rollin’ in B.E.D Maki (S$14) and Unagi Mermaid Maki (S$15), guaranteed to satisfy your tummy.
There are also other food varieties such as Cajun Fries (S$12), Har Cheong Kai (S$12.80) and Takoyaki (S$6.50) available, so order some to share with your friends.
With so many options to choose from, we foresee Tai Seng Food Hall as the next latest hangout spot.
Tai Seng Food Hall x B.E.D
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📍 26 Tai Seng Street, Level 1
🗓️ 11am–10.30pm (Mon–Sat), Closed Sun
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I leave the office at 6PM on the . to rush home and play games. My boss has no control over me!!