Malaysia Chiak! Locations & Outlets
Malaysia Chiak! is a scaled-down version of the popular food atrium, Malaysia Boleh! – a brand of Fei Siong Group. Though smaller in size, Malaysia Chiak! still offers all the hearty flavours of Malaysian street hawker food in an equally vibrant setting. The decor is reminiscent of the 1960s golden era and will instantly transport diners to the streets of Malaysia.
The following is the list of Malaysia Chiak! food courts in Singapore (as of Sep 2021):
- Centrepoint – (Somerset) 176 Orchard Rd, #B2-07/08, 238843
- City Square Mall – (Farrer Park) 180 Kitchener Rd, #B1-04, Singapore 208539
- Great World City – (Tiong Bahru) 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #B1-102/103, 237994
- Marina One – (Downtown) 5 Straits View, #B2-48/49, Singapore 018936
- Northpoint City – (Yishun) 930 Yishun Avenue 2, #B1-194/195/203/204/205, 769098
- SingPost Centre – (Paya Lebar) 10 Eunos Rd 8, #B1-151/152, Singapore 408600
- West Mall – (Bukit Batok) 1 Bukit Batok Central Link, #02-04, Singapore 658713
Malaysia Chiak! Menu
Below are its menu items and prices:
- Chendol – $2.00
- Popiah – $2.00
- Chicken Rice – $3.00
- Rojak – $3.50
- Assam Laksa – $4.00
- Prawn Noodle – $4.00
- Chilli Ban Mian – $4.50
- Curry Chicken Noodles – $4.50
- Wanton Mee – $4.50
- Fried Oyster – $4.80
- Penang Fried Kuay Teow – $4.80
- Claypot Rice – $5.00
- Sesame Oil Chicken – $5.00
Malaysia Chiak! Review (Northpoint City)
Malaysia Chiak! at Northpoint City is located at the food zone on South Wing’s Basement 1. The brand takes up several stall units and combine them to form a mini food court. The food court includes 5 food stalls and a dining area that can accommodate around 40-50 diners.
We arrived on a Saturday evening and there were not many diners at the dining area, perhaps due to COVID-19 restrictions at that time. We ordered a Claypot Rice ($5.00), a Prawn Noodle ($4.00) and a Popiah ($2.00) to share.
The orders were made upon order and served within 5 to 10 minutes. Out of the three dishes we tried, only the prawn noodles resembled the taste of Northern Malaysia’s rendition of the dish, in which its thick savory orange-coloured broth is made from boiling heaps of prawn shells & prawn heads. The claypot rice and popiah tastes rather Singapore style, which is usually less flavourful compared to Malaysia’s taste as lesser condiments (quantity wise) are used in the cooking process.
Nevertheless, we were happy with our dinner. The food and experience we had was good. We rate its dining environment, quality and value-for-money a 4/5. Their service is more or less expected like in the hawker centre setting and we give it a 3.5/5.