Al Fatthah Food Expo food and dishes

Al Fatthah Food Expo @ Junction Nine

18 Yishun Avenue 9, Junction Nine, Singapore 768897 #01-01

6816 4483

$6 · Muslim Owned · Restaurant · BBQ · Lamb · Vegetarian · Indian · Beverages · Asian · Chicken

Monday: Open 24 hours Tuesday: Open 24 hours Wednesday: Open 24 hours Thursday: Open 24 hours Friday: Open 24 hours Saturday: Open 24 hours Sunday: Open 24 hours

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Omar Ali

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 years ago

Nice place and nice ambience. We went pretty late at night, was quiet and service was fast. They place is quite honest too as they were clearing the food that was leftover since earlier in the day and did not serve for dining (i.e. the mutton sambal, chicken sambal etc.). The staff are friendly and even at late night they go beyond the extra mile to ensure you are comfortable.


Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago

Just moved to Yishun and this is my favourite mamak place. The owner(?) is really nice and the prata and maghi goreng are to my liking. One of the best! Although when shop is too crowded, they may not provide that good service and etc. But other than that, this shop has my support!!! GREAT

Kee Qian Ling

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Good place to go to for some sinful supper :P There’s abit of waiting time so good to call them beforehand to order. Prices can be quite steep here. Maggie pattaya was $7 but granted it had chicken and seafood.

Cyrus Casper Nanana

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 years ago

Price wise is standard . Call SHOP TO ORDER AND PICK UP LATER! Shop no. (6816 4463)*ya welcome* Better then waiting there. Waiting time can be a chore as buzzling with Parton all the time. I can guarantee this is one of the best parata vendor in Singapore. Parata is crispy and curry is superb. High standard curry. Fish curry is properly cooked and comment for mutton coz I can't eat mutton. There's one more Indian Muslim shop at the other end of junction 9. Terrible parata and curry like add hot water only..very watery. No taste. This Al fattah eatey is highly recommended.


Rated 2.0/5.0 4 years ago

Happened by chance, but found the best Bee Hoon Goreng Puteh in J9. Finally! Ikan bilis was crispy and flavorful. Enough veggies and red chillies. Ummmmph. Egg fluffy with yolk runny. Service was quick. Will be back Six months later. Still my favourite. But think they raised prices a little. $5 for my bee hoon puteh. Update 6 Nov 2019: They have changed to the usual Islamic restaurant mode of cash collection: pay at a dedicated cashier counter. A bit chaotic, tried to charge me for things someone else ordered. And my bee hoon goreng puteh's standard dropped. Update 9 December 2019: the nasi biryani is good. Mutton soft, well marinated, basmati rice fresh, egg ok. Papadum not crispy anymore and acha so so. Overall good meal at $6.50

Syafi Yoshi

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

Menu says Kway teow goreng is $4.5 but I was charged $5 and what's more, there's almost no meat at all. I bet they only used half a teaspoon of minced meat and mix it with the noodles together. Expensive!

whypub boniface

Rated 1.0/5.0 4 months ago

Your chicken curry sucks. It is weak. Your skinny yellow ribbon staff is looking for trouble. Go back to prison. There is no need to pass by behind the customer and tap the seat. Also there is no need to block the customer when they are trying to exit via the narrow passage. How low a standard does one have to be to not be able to refrain. Ptui !!

Xianhui Zeng

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 years ago

Prata was decent. Teh Tarik was the BOMB. This is as good as the legit teh tarik!! Place is open 24/7 so good supper place. A pity that its air con place feels very oily, they need some ventilation. Rather they have more outdoor seats though. Easy to find parking since theres a HDB carpark. Bro is v friendly too!

Andrew Chwee

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

If you're craving noodles in the bustling food scene of the Al Fatthah Food Expo, look no further than Al Fatthah Food Expo Restaurant. This eatery stands out as a noodle haven amidst a sea of culinary options. The noodle dishes here are simply outstanding, boasting a tantalising array of flavours and textures that will leave your taste buds yearning for more. From slurp-worthy bowls of fragrant broth to delectable stir-fried varieties, the noodle offerings at Al Fatthah Food Expo Restaurant are sure to satisfy even the most discerning noodle connoisseur. However, while the noodle dishes excel, the same cannot be said for the rest of the menu. Unfortunately, the other food options here tend to hover around average, lacking the same depth of flavour and finesse found in their noodle counterparts. Of particular note is the Prata, which needs to be revised to deliver the crispy, flaky goodness one would hope for. Additionally, the drinks offered at Al Fatthah Food Expo Restaurant leave much to be desired. Whether it's a lack of variety or simply a lacklustre flavour profile, the beverages here fail to make a lasting impression and may not be worth indulging in.

Strict Officer Sg

Rated 1.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

I went here sometime back. Food was below par, prices not updated. As I order, cashier was telling me new price. Thats Red flag for me. This outlet is all under Al Fatthah Food Expo simillar to the one in Wisteria mall. That is the worst outlet! Even worst then this! But u may see similar staff. So be careful of their antics. I used to be regular in that restaurant too. I stopped going there totally due to some bad experiences. Doesnt follow customer instructions very well. Order Prata..Give Thosai..Order plain..But give me Prata/Thosai with egg or cheese and tell me the cook made it accidentally kinda of forcing to take the order so that they can make more money out of u. They did this to me in many occasions until I took it as offensive & personal. Its clear they are doing it on purpose. Very scam artist restaurant. Also they do not follow instructions on grab order as well. Halal not only must be in ur signage but must also be in ur service.