Simpang Bedok is a treasure trove of good eats, but Spize Restaurant is one outlet that always stands out.
A halal eatery that serves local and Western fare, Spize at Simpang Bedok is so popular that it has had to expand into the unit next to it. While the wait for local food might take a little longer than usual if you go on a weekend, be assured that you will at least get a comfortable seat and a drink. At night, Spize sets out seats by the road to cater to the huge crowd that flocks to it.
Both local and Western fare at Spize is great. They have their own unique version of local dishes, and their nasi goreng and nasi pattaya are must tries. If you want something a little more interesting on the palette, Spize serves kebabs on top of standard Western fare like chicken chop and steak.
I especially like the chicken fajitas. This is a dish you don’t often seen in Singapore eateries, since it hails from Mexican cuisine. The chicken fajitas at Spize come topped with sour cream, guacamole, and pico de gallo; there are also steak fajitas but in general, the chicken dishes are more worth it. Folks just looking for a quick dinner fix can also opt for prata – though Spize’s prata is not the cheapest.
Speaking of pricing, Spize is not the cheapest place to grab dinner, but the cost of food is well worth the taste. I have yet to try a dish at Spize that has disappointed, though they did once serve a strangely shaped prata on a busy weekend.
Like most eateries in Simpang Bedok, Spize serves a typical Indian-Muslim stall’s drinks menu, though it tops it up with fresh fruit juice and milkshakes. Their teh cino ice is especially good.
On a whole, Spize is a great place for dining with the family or a group of friends. It serves affordable and tasty Halal fare and parking is very convenient. Spize at Simpang Bedok also offers takeaways, great for grabbing a midnight snack back home. It is best to visit at night for an ‘al fresco’ dining experience!
336 Bedok Road
Bedok Shopping Complex