Woodlands Pasar Malam offers one-liter frozen shakes, takoyaki and Korean corndogs until June 27


Pasar Malam near Woodlands MRT offers sweet treats and Korean corndogs

In April, a bazaar brought many unique treats like satay and s’mores to the people of Woodlands.

Woodlands Bazaar features food trucks and stalls selling treats like satay, sushi and s’mores

While that event is over, a new one brings even more delicious treats to Woodlands – this time a pasar malam with its own exciting food and drink offerings.

From now until June 27, 2022people can fill their stomachs with different street foods, from Korean corndogs to Japanese takoyaki and even a liter ice cream shake.

Woodlands pasar malam offers Japanese street food like okonomiyaki and takoyaki

In a post published today (May 27), the Singapore Atrium Sale Facebook page shared a glimpse of the wide variety of food available at pasar malam.

Besides classic dishes like vadai and ramly burgers, the recently opened pasar malam also offers delicious Japanese treats.

Source: Japanese Takoyaki on Facebook

Pop by Golden Bee, a takoyaki stand specializing in Japanese street food, for takoyaki with classic fillings like shrimp, calamari, and cheese chicken.

Source: Japanese Takoyaki on Facebook

Foodies looking for something different can try their premium menu, which appears to be takoyaki with lobster filling.

Source: Singapore Atrium Sale on Facebook

They also sell Japanese pizza or okonomiyaki, which you can enjoy with chicken, crab meat, shrimp, salmon, or lobster, topped with mentaiko mayo sauce.

If the line gets a bit long here, hop on to another stall, Gemok’s, which also sells takoyaki for just S$3 for five pieces.

Source: Singapore Atrium Sale on Facebook

Snack of Korean Corndogs and Taiwanese Crispy Chicken

While the internet hasn’t seen such a big food trend since Dalgona coffee, we can agree that everyone would be excited about Korean Cheesy Corndogs.

No need to wonder where to find one in Singapore, as several stalls, including this one at Manggo Bossku, sell corndog or Gamja-Hotdog cheese stick.

wood pasar malam

Source: Latest warning from Mangobossku on Facebook

You would experience quite an experience after biting through the crispy outer layer and reaching the gooey, cheesy middle. The mustard and ketchup on top only enhance the flavors.

But if you find it a bit spicy, you can immediately take a mango float from the same stall to wash it all down.

Chicken lovers may also want to get several servings of their crispy Taiwanese chicken, given the value of the protein in light of Malaysia’s impending export ban.

Source: Mangobossku Last warning about Facebook

1 liter frozen shakes for the thirsty

Nothing completes a meal better than a dessert or a sweet drink, which you can find in combination at Milk Singapore.

For S$6 you can get a 1 liter ice cream shake made with real fruit, brown sugar milk or iced teas.

Source: Singapore Atrium Sale on Facebook

The huge portion means you can share the drink with your best friends, so you won’t get a sugar overdose.

Source: Milk Singapore on Facebook

After gathering all the food and drinks, you can sit at the tables and benches where the whole family can take a break.

Source: Singapore Atrium Sale on Facebook

Since the pasar malam is just outside the Woodlands MRT station, you will have no trouble finding it. But here is some useful information in case you need it:

Woodlands Pasar Malam MRT Station
30 Woodlands Ave 2, Singapore 738343
Appointment: May 27-June 27, 2022
Nearest MRT: wood station

Whether you are a Woodlands resident or just in the area, come visit us. Who knows what interesting foods you may find and enjoy there.

Eat your way

Pasar malams have been back all over Singapore lately, and we welcome them.

With classic dishes and exciting new treats, we’re sure everyone will have wonderful dining experiences at these events.

We hope the pasar malam will go smoothly and people will enjoy their time there with family and friends.

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Featured image adapted from Mangobossku Last Warning on Facebook, Singapore Atrium Sale on Facebook and Japanese Takoyaki on Facebook.

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