Review Koufu Anchorpoint, 370 Alexandra Rd, Singapore

Review Koufu Anchorpoint - Singapore 370 Alexandra Rd

“Most of the stalls closed, but the foods very delicious” or “Small food court. Is a optional dining area if you go to opposite IKEA furniture showroom.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Koufu Anchorpoint. Let’s read more of this article on to find out if Koufu Anchorpoint is quality.

Introduction about Koufu Anchorpoint

Here are some fundamental details regarding Koufu Anchorpoint. In terms of Food court, it is generally believed that Koufu Anchorpointis one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 370 Alexandra Rd, B1-20/21, Singapore. Whether you are looking for a place or a service related to Food court, this place strives to ensure that you get the best possible value for your money. From customer service to the actual products or services offered, this place is dedicated to providing a positive experience for all its customers.

Background Info

  • Phone: 65060161 (+65 65060161)
  • Website:
  • Address: 370 Alexandra Rd, B1-20/21, Singapore
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Detailed information of Koufu Anchorpoint

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 8 AM to 10 PM.


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Phone number

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Koufu Anchorpoint reviews

Koufu Anchorpoint is among the best destinations of Food court in Singapore, and it merits your consideration.

Is Koufu Anchorpoint good?

To determine whether Koufu Anchorpoint is good or not, not only based on the provided information, you but also need to consider the detailed evaluations from customers who have previously experienced the service here, such as:

“The yong tau foo store here is simply great! The hammer takes the extra effort to fry some of the items. The condiments and sauce is tasty! Highly recommended!”

“Most of the stalls closed, but the foods very delicious”

“Seems like a hidden jem. Came during lunch hour and surprise to find the place rather quiet compared to alexandra village. Prices are reasonable with a good variety for you to choose from. Will be back!”

“Hidden western food here! Amazing cheap price for their pasta and steaks.”

“Good choice of hawker fare for a break and get replenished”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 103 feedbacks with an overall score of 3.8 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 53% are positive reviews. has provided all the essential information about Koufu Anchorpoint, including address, operating hours, phone number, and feedback from customers.

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Review Review Koufu Anchorpoint, 370 Alexandra Rd, Singapore

There is a total 103 reviews

3.8 / 5




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    QM Wang

    A good place to avoid crowds. Food is ok ok nothing impressive

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    Hidden western food here! Amazing cheap price for their pasta and steaks.

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    Atul Sharma

    Good food at reasonable price. Feels like high end hawker center

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    Pk Low


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    Phillip Phan

    1/2 the stalls are gone. Sad…

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    Rajesh Joshi

    Good place for lunch and dinner

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    GK Soh

    Still a nice food court location and set up wise, but depressing food offers available

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    Robin Goh

    Three words – YONG TAU FU!

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    Jonathan Tan

    Dwindling number of stalls

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    Clifton Cinematics

    A fair selection of different types of cuisine.

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    Dennis Lam

    Good food court, just avoid the fish soup

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    Gwendolyn Leong

    There are a lots of different kinds of cuisine to choose but the time I went, most of the shops are closed. Maybe due to Covid? I enjoyed the food from the Japanese Cuisine. The food was nice to its price.

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    niah ma

    Nice YTF

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    Gerry Wu

    Normal food court.

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    Ian Long

    Still pretty empty…. 5 stalls yong tau hu, mala, desert, western and drinks/fruits. The western pretty decent….

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    Foo Say heng

    Ok for quick bites

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    akoe erha

    Nice n yummy food with the so so price

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    It’s not too tasty…but it’s cheap…

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    Crystal Koe

    Surprisingly delicious laksa here. Place is newly renovated. Seats are arranged rather strangely probably due to the new covid restrictions.

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    Stephen Sim

    I like to eat ar this particular Koufu outlet. Stalls are clean, food handlers wear gloves when handling food and the tables are quickly clean by service staff. Quality of food quite good.

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    Emay Lo

    Food ok but clean

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    R Kumar

    Good variety of food options available

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    Jovinder Singh

    More than half the stalls are closed

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    Jeannie Koh

    Seems like a hidden jem. Came during lunch hour and surprise to find the place rather quiet compared to alexandra village. Prices are reasonable with a good variety for you to choose from. Will be back!

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    Jack Foo

    Spacious and clean.

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    Only 3 food stalls and the drinks stall are open. The rest are closed down. Variety of food is not there.

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    The yong tau foo store here is simply great! The hammer takes the extra effort to fry some of the items. The condiments and sauce is tasty! Highly recommended!

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    Sherman TBH

    Small food court. Is a optional dining area if you go to opposite IKEA furniture showroom.

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    Arun Kumar E R

    Western food 9/10 (Chicken chop and fish grill Must try)
    Thai food 8/10 (Phadthai/omlett rice must try)

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    Patrick Lim

    Most of the stalls closed, but the foods very delicious

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    Thang Huynh

    decent place, price a bit higher than typical koufu

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    Christopher How

    Half of the stalls were empty.

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    Daniel Chew

    Coffee ok

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    Terrence Yoong

    The food court that caters for all sorts of local food with affordable price.

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    King Arthur

    Nice place

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    Low Hwee Miang

    The Yong Tau Foo stall food is very good.

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    Chys Chia

    The curry fish is nice

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    Crazyandra old man

    Food here was actually quite decent

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    Tan Yeh Hong Joseph

    Only 3 stalls left after renovation…..wonder what is kopitiam intending to do.

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    Wen Jie Kee

    The western food here is nice

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    Meng Kwong Yee

    Not a lot of stalls open, even during week days lunch.
    The first stall selling YTF is the most patronised. Food above average.

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    Has a varied selection of cuisines, including Western, Japanese and Korean on top of the local food.

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    my account

    A lot of good foods ; clean and tidy place…

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    Carl Pillay

    Lot of vacant stalls when I visited in March 2023

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    Note Three

    Surprisingly decent prices for the food and drinks there (i live in the sticks and the food/drinks from any similar coffee shop costs more). Very decent food and drinks.

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    Kian Yee Yap

    Quiet and reasonable quality food.

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    Philip Wong

    There are not many shops left, the cats are in twos and threes, and the diners are sitting unmotivated.. Sigh

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    Bobby Wan

    Nice place for meals. Good price.

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    chong leng soh

    Standard food court. Nothing to surprise. For me, koufu is a place for me to eat & stay alive.

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    yeesiong lim

    This rich food court gets hot like it’s at the Hawker Centre, better not come if you can.

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    Cupidess Angel

    The yong toufu stall is recommended wish there are more selections of food.. a lot of vacant stalls …

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    YH J

    Small variety of dessert.

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    Catherine Ong

    Food wasn’t too bad. But alot of stores is not occupied currently

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    Piet Cha

    Place quietens around 7,30pm.

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    Lenard Tan

    This Koufu here look much neater compare to their other outlet

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    Benjamin Barak Perisseuo

    Newly renovated. Pleasant environment. Must try the curry chicken rice and bubu hitam desert

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    Sharon Ng

    We like the food especially the pizza, curry fish and thai chicken wings. Today my girl ordered a chesse ramyun from the Korea stall. Halfway enjoying the hot noodles, a cm size worm spotted in the soup. She gave up and brought to the stall. The female cashier took the bowl into the kitchen, without feeling apologetic. (No customer at the stall at that point of time) My girl promises she is not going to patronise the stall again. So do we.

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    Binghan Matthew SEET

    The Western food is great!

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    The Mala here is awesome!!

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    Diamond Tan

    this foodcourt is becoming a dead town. only 4 stalls opened for dinner. the rest of the stores closed for the day

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    Kshitiz Goel

    I live this particular Koufu outlet because of Pizza Pazza. Being a vegetarian options are limited in general and Pizza Pazza offers good continental options. Veggie Paradise Pasta and vegetable Pizza are my recommendations.

    There is good seating and several other cuisines (pretty general ones found everywhere else in Singapore) : Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Singaporean (ofc); though I can’t vouch for these cuisines. There are plenty of drink options as well.

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    Silvia Tan

    Not much stall

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    Swee Sum Yuen

    Very clean

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    Weihau Goh

    too few stalls

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    Koh Kee Sen M 许

    Nice ambience

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    Siaw Luan Shu

    Convenient & bright environment

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    Victor Tan (Xiao Tee)

    Nice place to have a cup of tea

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    Sky Ain't Limit

    Quite a good variety of choices. The food court is clean, the cleaners are friendly too. The herbal soup and korean food are pretty good. Very crowded during lunch hours.

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    Limited options

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    Michael Tan

    Nice me siam

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    Tok Tan Hoo

    not much food to choose.

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    Below average food choices.

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    Abdul Munaf

    Newly renovated and now is opened

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    hiroshi hatakeyama

    cheap and delicious

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    Wong Yi

    It’s the only good court in Anchorpoint. There used to be a lot more stalls before the renovations. Now it’s just a handful. Ok if one’s not fussy, but if a short walk isn’t a bother, there are way better options outside Anchorpoint for local food.

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    More than half of the stalls are shut and not much crowd. Yong Tau Foo is ok and prices are reasonable.

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    Clive Heightman

    Busy at lunchtimes but usually don’t have to wait long for a seat. Air-conditioned so prices above average but bargains can still be had. Check out the Korean stall, recommended.

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    Situated in the Basement of Anchorpoint is this fully airconditioned food court that sells local delicacies. There are approximately 8 stalls, with drinks stall forming an island in the middle. Pricing was similar to their other outlets. Place sits approximately 150pax.

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    Low Soon Kuan

    There are many stalls selling rice and noodles and dessert. There are many tables and chairs for people. Mala hot pot is here.

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    Samantha LWN

    Only 3 cooked food stalls > Yong-Tau-Foo, Japanese Food, Western Food. The Drinks stall sells local desserts; curry chicken is yummy with rice/bread! Also, sell nasi-lemak, mee-siam, bottled liang-teh. Western food stall sells pasta, pizza, fries – portion is fairly big. The worst is Japanese Food stall – staff is rude and food quality is very poor! Entire mall is undergoing renovation – hopefully more stalls in future.

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    Daniel Tan

    Limited stalls but the Malay stall sells excellent food…must try.

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    K 1

    Very poor selection of food and expensive!! Disappointed

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    Kayden Oh

    The mala store is quite good

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    kobe wu

    Happy Fish is delicious Hokkien fried noodles.

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    Boonlong Lau

    Clean and much varieties foods

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    More than half of the stalls are shut and not much crowd. Yong Tau Foo is ok and prices are reasonable.

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    Roman Velichkin

    In Japanese cuisine shop portions are extremely small

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    Mike Ang

    Value for money but limited choices

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    yh Wu

    food is ok

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    Pheng Soon Tan

    Good stuff from herbal soup and Mala Pot stalls. Lighting can be brighter

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    Steven Leong

    Good choice of hawker fare for a break and get replenished

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    This is one mall Ikea shoppers may want to check out for their meals for a change.

    A two-minute walk across the pedestrian bridge it brings you into Anchorpoint and a whole new world.

    The compact Kuofo in B1 offers tables aplenty, your favorite delights, and fresh aircon that won’t leave food smell on your hair and clothes.

    Western restaurants and fastfood (like KFC, TCC, and Subway are on the first floor. Cold Storage too.

    Here, there are no huge crowds and you eat at your leisure

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    Place is clean but not a lot of food options since a lot of the stores are empty.

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    Had dinner. Price reasonable

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    Hoe Lih

    You can order their drink anyway, although it’s not cheap, just standard foodcourt pricing. But don’t ever order their Japanese food, it’s the 2nd worst Japanese food I’ve ever eaten in Singapore foodcourt. The worst one is at Jurong point kopitiam.

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    Derek Li

    Left 5 stalls in operation

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    WaterBox Projects

    Normal food court with generic food stall.

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    Keevan Kwok

    Not really much of a variety. And you will have to take care of boiled eggs yourself

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    brendon tan

    Simple fanfare. Cheap and economical to have a quick and simple meal.

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    Brandz Lim

    Small boutique shopping mall and yet have small varieties and chain stores. Cold storage is having a renovation now.

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