Review Waterloo Center, 261 Waterloo St, Singapore

Review Waterloo Center - Singapore 261 Waterloo St

“I love the roof top on the 5th floor. It’s a shame there’s barely grass and a garden. Would be nice to have some greenery in the city.” or “Situated next to the road. Many different food varieties. Love the mixed beef noodles; meat was tender.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Waterloo Center. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Waterloo Center is quality.

Introduction about Waterloo Center

Here are some fundamental details regarding Waterloo Center. In terms of Shopping mall, it is generally believed that Waterloo Centeris one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 261 Waterloo St, #01-03 Waterloo Center, Singapore. Whether you are looking for a place or a service related to Shopping mall, 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

  • Website: https://www.hdb.gov.sg/residential/where2shop/explore/central-area/waterloo-centre
  • Address: 261 Waterloo St, #01-03 Waterloo Center, Singapore
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Detailed information of Waterloo Center

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Operating hours

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Here are the operating hours of Waterloo Center.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 9 AM to 8 PM.

Distance

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DistanceTaxiBusMetro
5.71 km6 minute7 minute5 minute

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Website

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Address

You can directly come to 261 Waterloo St, #01-03 Waterloo Center, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Waterloo Center reviews

Waterloo Center is among the best destinations of Shopping mall in Singapore, and it merits your consideration.

Is Waterloo Center good?

To determine whether Waterloo Center 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:

“I love the roof top on the 5th floor. It's a shame there's barely grass and a garden. Would be nice to have some greenery in the city.”

“The King Grouper Fish Soup is my favorite stall. I always go for grouper instead of batang as both cost the same. The fish is super fresh. And the fish slices are thick too!”

“Great place to visit, especially M Workshop, for modelers like myself.”

“Very spacious and well organized amazing how you people in Singapore makes good use of the space you have, it's nothing like my island Trinidad and Tobago we could learn a lot from Singapore”

“Building kind of old and needs refurbishing. There are some renovation ongoing, making the place kind of messy. Hope after they're done, it will go back to its former glory.”

“It is now part of Singapore art and cultural area as it contains historical background and vehicle parts shops with some as old as 30 years.”

“Cause i really love this place to bits! Full of nostalgia. Peace and serenity near city centre. Far from the hustle n bustle of the busy city. Alot of food options. Walking distance to anywhere.”

“Mr Hao. Thank you so much for unclog my iPhone hearing speaker. Super guy!! Gave good advice. No Charges!! Well done …”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 194 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.1 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 68% are positive reviews.

Thecityvisitor.com has provided all the essential information about Waterloo Center, including address, operating hours, phone number, and feedback from customers.

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Review Review Waterloo Center, 261 Waterloo St, Singapore

There is a total 194 reviews

4.1 / 5

68%

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    EeMeng Quek

    There is coffee shops here

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    Kenneth Soong

    Offer local food

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    Ong Jet win

    Cheap and good

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    Elsie Yuen

    Convenient access by bus & 2 MRTs nearby, with many fast food eateries, coffee shops, shopping centres & a Catholic Churcu & a Chinese temple in the vicinity.

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    Ming

    There is a great Chinese eatery in the Waterloo Centre that offers really a cheap and delicious mixed vegetable rice. They provide student discounts too! How great! It is also conveniently located 2 streets away from the National Library, which is a bonus for people studying there. Clearly a hidden gem in the city centre!

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    Afandi Paiman

    good briyani

    Briyani good

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    faenixfeather

    it’s okay.

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    Lau Su Ching

    Quite run down. Stores there are mostly closed but those that were open are mostly arts(music, dance,art) schools. Good for aesthetic photoshoots since there isnt alot of people either

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    Gillian Tay

    It’s a pain to find a parking lot, went round several times & waste a lot of time. Lift only serve 5th floor onwards, so be prepare to climb the steps if you on 3rd & 4th floor. Mostly business units, nothing much there except 1 local food center.

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    William Chong

    Business and learning center as well food stalls around the corner.. no issue with parking

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    Sheldon Quamina

    Very spacious and well organized amazing how you people in Singapore makes good use of the space you have, it’s nothing like my island Trinidad and Tobago we could learn a lot from Singapore

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    frederick lim

    More quiet than the newer buildings in the vicinity but offers good food at its food outlets.

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    JiangXia Huang Hulk

    Awesome

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    Ming Johansson

    Good and cheap food here. My favourite is the Indian rojak, stiutated at the corner stall. The gravy is one of the nicest that I have tasted. The small bowl they give is always not enough for me.

    Upstairs on the 2nd level you can find dried goods stuff and lots of nuts and tidbits. I always go to largest stall. They have 2 units facing each other.

    Try not to go during Chinese calendar day 15th and 30th. There is a temple nearby and many people will shop here after going to the temple.

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    Liow Irene

    thriving

    兴旺发

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    Chin Joo Chng

    A few popular bike shops. Was there only to collect my First Aid Cert.

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    Sen Tjong

    Love the varieties and the presentation of mixed noodle Yong Tau Fu. Big portion good chilly and more…

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    Tri Windarti

    My Sunday activity on waterloo street.. computer class with P3K Indonesia Singapura

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    Wei Leong

    Nothing special

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    Jason chng

    Cheap and affordable food courts available

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    Rommel Guingab

    Clean and affordable foods. Although the sauce and chili is far from the original hence the chicken rice, charsiew and roasted pork is superb. The crackling sound in every bite comes out the juicy of the pork. And guess what it is not salty! That is what I like!

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    Rama Rathnam

    Bugis area

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    Oppo Reno2z

    Cleanest

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    Indriani A

    Carpark lot availability on Sat morning is very unpredictable, sometimes it can be fully occupied.

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    Steve Seah

    Run down

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    Tiongeng Lim

    Deserted place doing wholesale only

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    tzyya won

    Good place to meet with friends, have a nice coffee shop.

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    m m

    usual fare – wonder gelato is unique – besides the gelato and expresso, u can also ask for spiritual food – Sally is endowed with knowledge which we are looking for – peace – tranquility – serendipity

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    Elaine Ong

    Lovely place for makan

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    Chee Siong Cheng (CS)

    Passing by.

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    T. Koh

    Good local food

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    Goh Chye Lee

    The food stall selling rice has many choices of dishes for the consumers.

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    Saurabh Gangarde

    Basic food with not many but good options…

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    Helen Khoo

    I went for the small ang pow packets from the many bookshops there. They only had the large angpow packets which are available everywhere else. Mission not accomplished

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    Wei Liang Tan

    Nostalgic place with car stockist, camera stockist, coffee, eateries etc.

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    Chung Hoo Tham

    Great SG experience

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    Ivan Tan

    A place selling many car spare parts at 1st sty. Many professional consultancy firms including law firms can be found here.
    There are also quote a number of eateries here and this place is surrounded by many great shopping malls like Bugis Plus, Intercontinental, National Library, Fortune Centre, Sunshine Plaza, Sim Lim and still counting.

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    Calvin Ho

    Wonderful place to get your automotive parts and grab a quick lunch

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    - Cindy

    Good fooood

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    Ethan F.

    Waterloo Centre has a number of auto parts distributors charging reasonable prices.

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    Paul Welsh

    This place has been under renovation for years. Why is it taking so long to do the refurb?

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    Tony

    Old and in need of renovation.

    Alt und müsste renoviert werden.

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    Wan

    Xxxyyyzzzz

    Xxxyyyzzz

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    khan hong chiew

    Went to visit a friend at level 3 who has a dried goods and herbal stall.

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    Alan Poh

    Very quaint old looking place in a modern district of Singapore.

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    Ira Diah Hapsari

    First stop food junction there is a restaurant with a variety of menus. Clean, affordable prices. The fish soup menu is great.

    First stop food junction ada kedai makan dg aneka menu. Bersih, harga terjangkau. Menu fish soupnya mantab.

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    Est

    Quite a variety of food, but many people there. Need to go early

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    Chris Stott

    Clean. Good selection of food types. Reasonable prices

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    Qian Tua

    Wasn’t mean to come in before 8pm, so I paid for erp

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    Jude Thaddeus

    Ok just to have a look and buy thing that catches your eyes

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    Angkokchye Angkokchye

    great

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    Leah Pahugot

    I loved the food.

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    Jacelyn Chee Shuang

    Many professional consultancy firms are located in this area.

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    Lim Hock Chuan

    Got a nice coffee shop there with good chicken rice n a few dessert shop

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    James Ngiam

    My childhood home

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    Clifford Loh

    Many historical buildings

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    Yew Tiong Teo

    very delicious

    好吃极了

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    Johari Ahmad

    Lots of bicycle shop repair & accessories shops

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    Brian Wong

    Old skool

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    Angasandu

    very nice

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    luke Loh

    5 allowed & 2 started

    5 loaves & 2 hakkas …

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    Maxime LMA

    palm

    paumé

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    Ken Chong

    The coffee shop has good food.

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    Alfino Firdaus

    Well tuch

    Nah tuch

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    Yusoff Osman

    Nice muslim food located here.

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    Will Tan

    Best LEONG Chicken Rice. White chicken, roast chicken, riast pork snd char siew . Kailan vegetable cooked in chicken stock soup. Free soup. Best us tge chilli sauce n dark sauce. Expect very long que about 20 deep but service is fast . Seating capacity ok. There are other stalls too. Next to this stall is the Waterloo Indian Rozak. Fish soup, pork dumplings- soft steam or fried. Mixed vegetable rice. Fruit juices . There are other eateries. Feast yourselves.

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    See Toh

    Very gd indian, malay n chinese local food. Great tasting at low prices. Must try the indian food stall for indian food lovers. Its the real stuff, very gd toseh. Very good rice n curry dishes too. Curries r gob smacking good! Try it n tell me abt it. For Malay stall, simply love their Kueh Lopes – the triangular glutinous rice coated w salted coconut n drizzled w gula melaka. Here they got it all right, texture of kueh, freshness n texture of coconut n sweet saltiness of gula melaka. $1.20 for a piece of heaven. N then the chicken rice, queue is really long but its definitely worth it. Yong Tau Foo .

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    Alex Armani

    Nice good food cheap prices Iced kopi C is Wonderful

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    BrYan LeE

    A very nostalgic place with a street of old houses n hotels too… Worth visiting to see some old houses in Singapore…

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    Angela Lansbury

    Hard to find and hard to find your way around. A maze of offices upstairs. No lifts, so it is very tiring going up to level three. They need a map on each level showing the layout.
    The colourful tiles on the floor and benches have improved the appearance.

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    Kelvin Chua

    Jian hua fish soup n noodle

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    Satoshi Koizumi

    Tasty craft beer.

    クラフトビール旨い。

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    SUJAN

    lv it

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    xw

    Food was AWESOME 🙂

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    gerald woo

    Best noodles in Singapore from the noodle stall! Try their signature dry mee sua/ban mian/you mian

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    Jeff Tang

    Its convenient & a short walk from Bras Basah MRT station. Food is quite typical of local food court/hawker centre but its not stuffy. Food is affordable. There are also a muslim & indian stall here. Do try the 5 Loaves Yong Tau Foo stall at the front of the coffee shop facing the main road.

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    See Toh

    Very gd indian, malay n chinese local food. Great tasting at low prices. Must try the indian food stall for indian food lovers. Its the real stuff, very gd toseh. Very good rice n curry dishes too. Curries r gob smacking good! Try it n tell me abt it. For Malay stall, simply love their Kueh Lopes – the triangular glutinous rice coated w salted coconut n drizzled w gula melaka. Here they got it all right, texture of kueh, freshness n texture of coconut n sweet saltiness of gula melaka. $1.20 for a piece of heaven. N then the chicken rice, queue is really long but its definitely worth it. Yong Tau Foo .

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    Henry Hunter

    Very few stalls .However the famous Waterloo Street rojak stall is located there

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    Anthony Wong

    Best indian Rojak in town. Remind me of yesteryears in waterloo st

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    Bava Bahurudeen

    No more. Definitely will be missed.

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    Carl Pillay

    Old!!

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    Edwin Wong

    Best food..

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    A'ripe Moe

    Nice muslim food here

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    Caleb Remy Ma (Fat)

    Crowded hawker center. But nice food.

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    Mr L

    This place is quite old and deserve some renovation.

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    T B Koh

    The King Grouper Fish Soup is my favorite stall. I always go for grouper instead of batang as both cost the same. The fish is super fresh. And the fish slices are thick too!

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    BigBossMan

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    boon ling Khoo

    Many financial and consultant services org.

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    Gabriel Ong

    Best yong tau fu around high school

    Best yong tau fu around SMU

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    Louis Tan

    It is now part of Singapore art and cultural area as it contains historical background and vehicle parts shops with some as old as 30 years.

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    Praveen Kumar

    Good food court. But building run down

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    Tsuyoshi KIMURA (glenkimkim)

    Great variations beer.

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    Robin AGPC

    Went there in the evening. Most shops and businesses have already closed for the day. But there is one food court and a bike shop that are still opened. The bike shop looks well patronised. Bikes look impressive.

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    james tan guan heng

    Nice

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    Fahmi Shukor

    Carpark charges can bleed you

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    Joe Low

    Nice chicken rice and Malay food be found here

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    Eva Poon

    My fav YTF place tho I think the chef is a different person now.. but still comfort food on a rainy day.

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    Theodore Levitt

    Nostalgic building. Worth a visit.

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    Tengku Abdullah

    Old and in need of upgrade. Been the same for past decades. No bank Atms around be warned.

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    Puay Khoon Yeo

    My son swears by the chicken rice here. The Indian rojak stall next to it is my go to stall when I have a craving.

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    Saiful Islam

    Nice at the rain

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    Nathanael Siaoman

    A neighbourhood-friendly place, definitely.

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    S S

    Old school

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    JJ Mok

    Great location

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    Jacob Tan

    I love the roof top on the 5th floor. It’s a shame there’s barely grass and a garden. Would be nice to have some greenery in the city.

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    Kok John

    Good food

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    CT Yeo

    Desperately need some face-lift to save the place. Dark gloomy and low foot count.

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    W. Hormchant

    One of the best, if not the BEST Char Kway Teow in Singapore is located here in Waterloo Centre, Blk 261 Waterloo Street.

    We have been travelling extensively around Singapore in search of the best Char Kway Teow (CKT) and finally managed to stumble across this CKT stall “LIANG JI” in Waterloo Street, within walking distance from the Kwan Im Temple / Bencoolen..

    Liang Ji, helmed by the ever-friendly boss/chef Mr Dominic, is truly “The Legendary” Masterchef in whipping up a mean and savoury wok-hei Char Kway Teow with our favourite and generous servings of fresh cockles and chinese sausage (lup cheong).

    Other Recommendeded dishes that we tried are the Premium Crab Fried Kway Teow and Fried Oyster Omelette.

    Food Tasted:
    No 2. Char Kway Teow
    No 1. Premium Crab Fried Kway Teow
    No 11. Fried Oyster Omelette

    Highly Recommendeded

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    吴思颖

    Hidden gem

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    Gilberto Kunihara

    Lots of locals and some tourist visited here because of the great temples here.

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    Amy Tan

    A popular Chinese language school

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    Lee Claire

    No bad..

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    Helen Sharma

    Went to St Joseph’s church Was solemn and moving

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    Siam Kia

    Nothing much to see. .. Area full of college for student…. All walking distance to food stalls..Nearest mrt is bras basah n bencoolen..

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    Herbert Goh

    Not much shop open. Only motor spare shop

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    Gary See

    Food is escellent

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    Muhammad Farhan

    Cause i really love this place to bits! Full of nostalgia. Peace and serenity near city centre. Far from the hustle n bustle of the busy city. Alot of food options. Walking distance to anywhere.

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    Mohamed Rafi

    Weekday lunch crowd to heavy…
    No place to sit…

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    futia rahma

    Good place

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    Jerry Ko

    Very old building & complicated complex

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    yue wang

    Yong Tau Foo is ok

    酿豆腐可以的

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    Glo Lim

    Situated next to the road.
    Many different food varieties.
    Love the mixed beef noodles; meat was tender.

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    Chee Seng Leng

    Good lunch place

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    Michael Samy

    Great variety of food.

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    Bakachuuxx

    Too much stairs

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    Thomas Chan

    Really old mall. Time for a makeover.

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    Raymond Yow

    A bustling location where one can find a Hindu temple standing side by side with a Taoist temple (Goddess of Mercy) creating a sense of multi-religious ethnicity. Not only devotees pray to the Taoist temple but they also revere the Hindu temple just as much. Flowers for prayers are abundant and coupled with varieties of food and shops, it can be a very interesting place to visit which is encouraged

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    Peter Teng

    Mr Hao.
    Thank you so much for unclog my iPhone hearing speaker.
    Super guy!! Gave good advice. No Charges!!
    Well done …

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    Png Terence

    Chicken rice is nice!

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    Jia Hao

    In need of an upgrade

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    Jennifer Kang

    The ban mian at the coffee shop was nice. We also had very nice coffee at Koruso the Kyoto coffee place which was very cool.

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    Wayne Koh

    I bought my food from Ho Ho Western. Pretty good tasting. And I’m very impressed by their wide variety. The stall owner is also very friendly and accommodating.

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    Robin Tay

    Has 1 or 2 restaurants and plenty of car parking lots on the basement.

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    Robyn Müller

    I will always remember this building, many memorial moments was cr8ed here.

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    blackdrow

    Don’t go there if you got no business..

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    Sleepy Lao

    Excellent

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    Shining Star

    Old is gold!

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    sachith jayawarna

    You can find some dance studios there.

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    William Lim

    There are good food around but because of renovation, lots of inconvenience. Most shops and companies are closed. If you are just going for the food and off you go, you can still consider.

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    Khairul TrueStory

    Not a shopping center you are thinking about. Coffeeshops and cafes. Feels like never ending construction works, its been like that for years.

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    Lim Leslie

    Mostly offices n 3 coffeeshops, 1 at each end

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    Bryan Joe

    Nice place to hang around

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    jai ho

    No good

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    Nah Yao Qing

    Currently undergoing some renovation bit most of the stalls are still operational.

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    JJ LEE

    Wholesale similar

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    Thao Nguyen

    Delicious chinese cooking cai png (economy rice) located next to 5 loaves hakka yong tau foo. Although it is more expensive than most cai png stall around the neighborhood, it was soooo money worth. The quality is much higher and there’s so many dishes to choose from. The chilli sauce, oh my gosh tastes extremely nice. Would rate 8/10!!!

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    other other

    It’s been a long time, it’s pretty good, the poor and the young are happy. wage earners
    close to

    太久未至' 蛮不錯,貧下老少欢喜.工薪者亦就
    近往之

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    lau kim lon

    Mix use bldg with offices

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    Goh Andrew

    The outdated center has nothing to do with decoration!

    过气的中心在裝修沒什么好逛!

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    Syed Alwi

    Okay ok

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    Willy Wihardja

    Nothing spectacular unless you have a specific shop you wish to visit. Just an old HDB block with shops at the ground floor.

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    Khidir O.

    Empty on weekdays. Everything looks new!

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    Ernest Chen

    The food price is reasonable.

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    Daniel Thong

    Nice Indian Mee Siam

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    kevin lees

    Shops are a bit specialised so not much to browse unless you know where you are going.

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    Titiek Rohani Mohamed Kamsah

    Building needs to be well maintained. Repair works very slow.

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    Thomas Patrick

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    Chua Ban Cheng

    To Union of Security Employees at block 261 of level 3. No lift, need to climb stairs.

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    AMINUDIN ZAKI RAMLI

    The place is near to Bras Basah mrt. Walking to the place takes you about 5 – 10 mins from station.

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    Sukizu Motor

    Good Nice Food

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    Elizabeth Ee-Adesanya

    Only cargo lift available. Exercise with stairs!

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    Kelvin Chua

    Good coffee and yew tiao

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    Ahmad Rizal

    Business as usual but upgrading in progress in this year 2021.

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    John a

    HDB shopping with dance classes, craft beer pub, two traditional Singapore hawker areas (one open quite late night), and terrific fresh juice stand.

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    Ze Yu Yeo

    Run down and designed poorly

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    563 SIM BAN TONG

    There are many things to eat here, and they are cheap

    这里有很多东西吃,又便宜

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    Eddie Chen

    Good food and spares products

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    Siew Gek Ang

    Very nice food.

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    Merican Melic

    Wonder Gelato is qooooool

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    Pck isaac

    Mix of arts

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    Linenajo Lasru

    Silent area not crownded

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    Leslie Lim

    Cheap place and great variery

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    Rosh Wang

    Building kind of old and needs refurbishing.
    There are some renovation ongoing, making the place kind of messy. Hope after they’re done, it will go back to its former glory.

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    GK Soh

    A hidden hawker food gem…really good locally curated dishes at great prices

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    Tan David

    All the food in this place very nice yummy

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    Minkyu Jo

    Food court

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    Jonathan Adipranoto

    good yong tau foo …

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    Leong Yew Weng Larry

    Love the Indian Rojak here. My personal favorite.

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    David Chan

    Religious place with many people

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    Sherry Chua

    There are a food court around the corner selling daily cut fresh fruit facing the main road selling daily cut fruits.

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    Calvin Foo

    Oklah. good surrounding for morning stroll. Many old buildings around. Less people in the morning

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    geraldine

    Accessible and safe

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    Rosli Atan

    A very difficult place to get a parking lot

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    Yeo Chye Whatt Kenneth

    Great place to visit, especially M Workshop, for modelers like myself.

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    Sit Meng Chue

    Beef Kway Teow Soup in block 261 Waterloo St. worth patronising. Scrumptious generous serving of both beef and noodles. It’s 2.49 a.m., I don’t mind eating it now. It’s that good. The operator, a v friendly chap, has also taken the effort to create a special condiment — vinegary onion. His chilli sauce is also delicious. Both doing the job perfectly of dulling n balancing the naturally heavy taste of beef.

    Covid has affected Beef Noodle Uncle quite badly. Pattern of consumption has changed n the old crowd seems to have thinned down. Business is not the same as before.

    If business doesn’t pick up, he’ll have to pack up, he says. Really hate to see that happen because his food is of good quality.

    Please give it a try. Not out of pity but because the beef kway teow soup is delectable.

    ENJOY!

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    Carolyn Street-Johns

    Quaint, as historic as it gets in this country

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    Gillian Tay

    It’s a pain to find a parking lot, went round several times & waste a lot of time. Lift only serve 5th floor onwards, so be prepare to climb the steps if you on 3rd & 4th floor. Mostly business units, nothing much there except 1 local food center.

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    Ant Tan (Ant)

    For those car lovers, u will find plenty of stockist (Daihatsu, Nissan , Honda etc) carrying brand new car parts.

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    Ron WZ Sun

    Currently undergoing lifts upgrading which is overdued, with walkways restricted. Will revisit once the lifts upgrading has completed. I still like Indian Rojak n chicken rice stalls at level 1. Some stalls are closed for good.

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    Clive Heightman

    On the edge of the Bugis street pull, doesn’t ‘t have much to offer that’s

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    Aaron Derrick

    It’s like a ghost town without your love

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    Thomas Stecher

    The name says it all.

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    Joseph Chen

    Nice chicken rice

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    Joe Ng

    Legacy HDB commercial center that has joined the slow gentrification of the entire area since SMU landed. Right along Waterloo St which stretches between Middle Road and Orchard Road and which is home to small concert and performance venues, restaurants, small plate places and bars. There is street parking which can be limited at peak hours. Worthwhile stopping by to wander around and especially enjoy local classics like chicken and charsiew rice which is good here.

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