Ayza's Restaurant @ Jurong West

Blk 508 Jurong West St 52, Singapore 640508 #01-170

6756 4963

$4 · Muslim Owned · Food Court · Chinese · Seafood · Beverages · Chicken · Italian · Western · Asian · Malay · Indian · Thai · Japanese · Korean · Fusion

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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Lau Jia Ye

Rated 3.0/5.0 8 months ago

Came during lunch peak hour, 12 ish and almost couldn't get seats. Ordered the nasi lemak which looked quite appetising however, the rice was kinda mushy and not the kind that breaks apart. Overall, it's still a decent meal considering that it's $3.50. Drinks were disappointing though.. We ordered Lime Juice and Honey Lemon Tea. The Lime Juice didn't seem like juice at all, it was just water with lime added ($2.50). As for the honey lemon tea, I could only taste lemon and it costed $3.50 (equivalent to my nasi lemak:( ) so I totally wouldn't recommend these 2 drinks.. Just order bandung or milo or the standard ones.. :')

Mael EL Vince

Rated 2.0/5.0 3 months ago

Decent location for supper and the staff were friendly. However, the prata with mutton set wasn’t served with gravy, and the mutton does not have much gravy so we had to request for it specifically. Maggie goreng taste decent but very salty. And the prata bom’s ingredients, such as sugar and butter wasn’t spread well, resulting in clumps of sugar in the prata and over butter parts. All in all, a decent place to go to if you’re in the area but definitely not worth a trip specifically to dine there.

Khalil Mx

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Apom is soo goood! The masala thoseh is tasty too. So much variety of halal food. The place is so lively.

Paul Kumar

Rated 2.0/5.0 7 months ago

Had rice. Beef rendang. Sambal goreng. Begedil and fried egg $8.10. overly priced Beef rendang was mostly fats rather than meat Sambal goreng was OK. Only tofu and tempeh. Nothing else Begedil was tiny. Smaller than an average size chicken egg. Fried egg was OK. The gravy was tasty and the ONLY good thing about the meal was the sambal. Thoroughly disappointed

Zhi Sheng Teh

Rated 5.0/5.0 8 months ago

Fast serving with delicious food! THE nasi goreng ayam + 🍳 is awesome. Now post covid era able to order conveniently with QR scanning and paying via e-wallet. Food serving right just after minutes of waiting

Hong “Redaxis” Chen

Rated 1.0/5.0 6 months ago

Unbelievable, crazy high price, without price displayed. One set of butter kulcha (just a naan with some corriander topping) and 2 pieces of roti tissue costs $16.50. I was shocked. When I pay high price I expected high quality, the naan came out cold and dried up. Not to mention unfriendly attitude of the staff. My last visit.


Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

This little foodcourt in the middle of residential neighborhood has one of the best dum briyanis I've ever had in Singapore so far. Perhaps even better than those in Little India. Those folks living in the neighborhood are so lucky to have this eatery lah. The dum briyani isn't the cheapest ($ 7.5 for chicken briyani, I believe mutton is certainly even more expensive), but it comes in HUGE portion that I have to spare some for dinner! It is served with chicken curry (unlike typical dum briyani, it's separated from the rice) and pappadam, as well as achar (pickle) with a sprinkle of turmeric sauce as side. I thought the chicken would be fillet only, but instead it's still with its bone. Nevertheless, who needs filleting if the meat was cooked to perfection that it falls off the bone easily! There are also stalls selling other halal dishes, such as Nasi Kapau, Indian bread dishes (chapati, puri, paratha, appam etc.), Malay cakes, noodles etc.

Reiko H

Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago

Breakfast or Supper at Ayza’s Restaurant and you will never disappointed with the variety of choices available from roti prata, thosai, Nan, chappati, etc. One of the popular choice my family had was none other than thosai. I have also recently tried out Poori, a traditional Indian fried bread that is delicious to enjoy with almost any main dish. It's a simple unleavened bread made from just whole wheat flour, salt, and water. You can eat it in whichever manner, open up the Poori and scoop the sides along. Crisp on the outside and soft from the inside, must try to appreciate this unique Indian Food! Appam is another favourite from the stall that you can consider. Dip with the coconut milk and coated with the finely grated coconut, try out this combo, I am loving it as weekend breakfast!


Rated 3.0/5.0 4 months ago

Went around 4pm weekdays, nasi padang stall not much variety. Their food used to be nice and reasonably priced, but recently prices sky rocketed and taste was not as good as before. A simple 2 dish below cost me $6 ... No choice but to pay and consume. Likely not heading back here unless I have no other dietary choices. Service - Drinks are self service so make sure you order before you eat. I also skipped the drinks as the tea prices increased and it is not as nice as per before.( I'm fussy for my tea) Variety - Good variations of food choice. Note some stalls will be closed if you head down too late.

Aravazhi G (RV)

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

I had been here few times. Good quality and tasty food in budget price. Normally hard to find in other food courts like this tasty Indian food. I wish them to provide good service all the way.

Noraini Zainul

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

I was in wheelchair when I went there for lunch. The seats were spacious enough for me to be seated at the green tables. My mee goreng was delicious and they added fried chicken as requested. My son's fried rice with chicken was also good. His plate was clean. Husband's mutton chop came with pineapple slice and bread. He was delighted. We were happy customers. Thank u!

ButterCookie Cloud

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

Can be crowded. Went there around 10am for a beehoon soto. It tastes good but its salty. Maybe try the nasi lemak next time? But i doubt their nasi lemak will taste better than latiffa huri's. 😅😅 simple soto costs $4

Marlene Lee

Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago

Nice Malay foods! Enjoyed the meal with colleagues. Not difficult to get car park or table to sit down.

nur rafeeza

Rated 1.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

Beware of the Indian stall selling thosai & chapatti unless you want to go toilet 8 times. Food poisoning after eating the thosai here! Becareful if you have weak stomach!

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