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The Punggol Settlement, along the northeastern coastline of Singapore’s Punggol district is home to a revamped strip of restaurants and bars. It’s also home to Rilek 1 Korner, a halal hangout that is so popular it has seen its premises at Punggol Point Road booked out sometimes months in advance. The unobstructed views across to the Malaysian mainland make Rilek 1 Korner a great place to chill out with friends and family.
Nice ambience but hard to get carpark on weekends. Its best to book for a seat as on weekends is full of people. Standby cash as some place dont accept nets.
Service were excellent :) We enjoyed the tasty food :)
Food were lousy...both seafood items (stingray n garopa) not fresh n unpleasant smell n taste... will not recommend to any of my frens...
The Punggol district of Singapore has long suffered due to urban expansion.
Thankfully, the intrepid and entrepreneurial spirit of developer The Colonial Spirit
has worked to restore Punggol Point to its former glory. In the 1980s and 1990s,
seafood restaurants abounded, and it’s once again good times for good food at the
end of the new Punggol Point Road. Amongst the many bars and restaurants, all set
in beautiful parkland with stunning views out over the water to Johor, is Singapore’s
favourite halal restaurant, Rilek 1 Korner.
Rilek 1 Korner’s menus are packed with fantastic food and drink, all 100% halal. Nasi goreng and rasa, noodles and mains that emphasise the seafood that Punggol was once famous for. Scallops, mussels, salted fish, crab, prawn, stingray, squid – all to be enjoyed on Rilek 1 Korner’s terrace overlooking the water. And people are enjoying this spot down Punggol Point Road immensely. So much so that the friendly staff at Rilek 1 Korner, who are ever accommodating and communicative, have had to turn away walk-ins to their busy restaurant! Reservations are absolutely essential to avoid disappointment, so make sure you reserve a table at Singapore’s favourite halal hangout with Quandoo.