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Food Junction (Harbourfront Centre)

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This food court has 15 stalls serving mostly local fare. Enjoy your local favourites in a modern setting, where you can choose between stylish bench seating, or contemporary chairs and tables (no hawker stools here!).

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 62705915
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it is right beside the halal food court. we like the variety and the colorful seats, but getting a child seat is really difficult here, i think they have less than 5 sets here. they close before 10 o'clock so after we go back from sentosa no more stall is open to take our order at about 9.40 pm.
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