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Lepak One Corner By Yassin Kampung @ Yishun Industrial Park A

1001 Yishun Industrial Park A, Singapore 768743

$7 · Muslim Owned · Restaurant · BBQ · Chinese · Singaporean · Seafood · Korean · Thai · Lamb · Mediterranean · Vegetarian · Malay · Fusion · Western · Indian · Beef · Italian · Indonesian · Chicken · Beverages · Asian

Monday: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM Thursday: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM Friday: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM Saturday: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM Sunday: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM

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pierced skuL

Rated 2.0/5.0 a month ago

Ordered the kampung sambal fried rice and it was so bland & not spicy. Mee hor fun seafood was bland and the seafood smelled fishy.. We waited almost 45 minutes for 7 dishes.. Parking was so hard to get also

Jimmy Yee

Rated 2.0/5.0 a month ago

Ordered kampung fried rice and tea. Rice is tasty but pricey for a few ikan bilis. Hot drinks are reasonably priced and nice. Staff are nice and efficient. There is a noodle stall and an economic rice stall too but it's halal.

julian siak

Rated 1.0/5.0 a month ago

Was in the area when I noticed the area which one had amazing Thai food and pig organ soup had been replaced by Lepak One Corner. Although the place was only recently open for operation, the lights on the signboard were already faulty-- not a good sign at all (no pun intended). Although it was touted as a 24 hour eatery, the interior was dim and gloomy and many of the stalls have not begun operation as of this review. The seafood stall had a couple of stingrays on the ice display while the noodle stall beside it had a cluttered looking menu of halal versions of local chinese food. I decided to *attempt* to order the Chinese food stall, however even as I repeatedly called out to place my order, I was ignored by the cook who was busy preparing online orders even though there were no customers in the queue. I guess the place has earned its namesake, but not for it's customers but the utterly poor service and ambience.

Ms Kit (KG)

Rated 2.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

We were looking forward to a sambal stingray with a punch. There was a promotion and this stingray cost $15. We also ordered a kailan.. (no photo of it) As Asians, we look for Heat aka Wok Hey... and there was none in these 2 dishes we ordered. I think the Kailan was cooked in a "thermo mix" type of machine. I doubt we will return for a meal.... 🤔

Ed An

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 weeks ago

Foo: nice but exp. Drink normal and exp also. Service: order already then take yrself. Buy drink also no straw. Atmosphere: want to be hipster place but many shops no one rent yet so not happening yet. Want to ask, economy rice beside yassin halal or not? If not Halal, then shouldn't be there. Will come again if become more hip! For now, I eat more at cantine at Canberra plaza

Ker Kai

Rated 1.0/5.0 3 weeks ago

Wanted to try out the place since the initial environment looks unique and cosy ever since the Thai food has relocated. This is my review. Carbonara totally tasteless, little source and without any ingredient. Chicken over cook, dry and taste overnight, price expensive. Chicken cutlet and Ayam penyet overly fried , dry and taste overnight, price expensive Overall is not recommended for anyone to visit the place. I Probably won’t visit for awhile. I have wrote this review in Hopes that the management can really do something to improve on their food quality, services and adjust their price to makes it more reasonable.

Shine Lee

Rated 1.0/5.0 in the last week

Tried the Mao Shan Wang ice cream selling at $4.50, disappointed, tasted like strong essence only Reminiscing the previous stalls here, queh chap, indian and Malay food, coffee stall, where are all of them? This new concept I do not think they can hold longer with these food standards in honesty. Kampong Yassin I tried the fish ball noodle and it was extremely awful.