The Creamiest And Tastiest Mac And Cheese Spots In Singapore

creamy cheese and carb-loaded with macaroni and for some recipes,…
By: Nina Shahriman
March 31, 2022

Everyone’s got a comfort food- ours just so happens to be the uber cheesy dish loved and adored: mac and cheese. What’s not to love? It’s creamy cheese and carb-loaded with macaroni and for some recipes, a spicy kick is just a good little extra. With that, Glitz is dishing it hot with the best mac and cheese spots all over Singapore for when you’re craving this comforting dish.

1. Latteria Mozzarella Bar

Address40 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089618
Operating hoursEvery day (12pm – 10:30pm)
Contact+65 6866 1988

On the surface, Latteria’s mac and cheese appear to be straightforward. Elbow-shaped pasta, salt, pepper, nutmeg, white wine, and five varieties of Italian cheeses, all of which are DOP recognised by the European Union, proving the origins of the milk used to manufacture the cheeses. The way the mac & cheese is prepared, however, is the real kicker.

A tiny Japanese pumpkin is hollowed out and baked to serve as an edible dish for the cheesy spaghetti. Diners have the option of scraping the pumpkin flesh into the mac and cheese or saving it until the end.

2. Char Grill Bar

Address25a Lor Liput, Singapore 277735
Operating hoursEvery day (11:30am – 2:30am)
Contact+65 6463 4908

Char Grill Bar is one of Singapore’s most prominent western food establishments, known for its economical yet delectable cuisine. Mexican Cheese Pasta, which is essentially their own version of mac & cheese with a Mexican touch, is one of their most popular sides here. Despite the fact that it is only a side dish, it comes with every main course.

This mound of cheesy delight pairs nicely with their meat main courses, such as their renowned Char Grill Chicken. If you only want the mac and cheese, you may get it by yourself for $2, and if that quantity isn’t enough, you can always order another one.

3. Bedrock Bar & Grill

Address96 Somerset Rd, #01-05 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, Singapore 238163
Operating hoursEvery day (12pm – 10:30pm)
Contact+65 6238 0054

The basis of Bedrock’s mac and cheese is made with gorgonzola cheese, which is recognised for its buttery and salty flavours, as well as cooking cream. To that, parmesan cheese is added, as well as house-made Italian white truffle butter. Maccheroni, a thin tube pasta, is cooked until al dente before being combined with the truffle-cheese sauce. The savoury pasta mixture is then placed onto a cast-iron pan and covered with extra parmesan cheese before being let to boil and broil to generate a cheesy exterior.

4. Five Oars Coffee Roasters

Address6 Upper E Coast Rd, Singapore 455200
Operating hoursEvery day (8am – 10pm)
Contact+65 87842686

While we’re on the subject of shellfish, the mentaiko mac and cheese has been a fan favourite since the café opened. Mentaiko is a kind of Japanese cod roe that adds a layer of umami to sauces, particularly those containing cheese. Five Oars Coffee Roasters ups the ante with more prawn and crabmeat morsels before finishing with ebiko.

5. Chops! Grill & Sides

Address33 Lor Liput, Singapore 277744
Operating hoursEvery day (12pm – 10:30pm)
Contact+65 88401540

Another famous western food stall in Ang Mo Kio is Chops Grill and Sides, which is housed in a small coffee shop. They offer a rather broadside menu, but their mac & cheese is undoubtedly a fan favourite. Its mac and cheese are offered as a side dish and pair well with the main courses. Their macaroni and cheese are oozy, creamy, and, most importantly, cheesy.

6. Barbary Coast Ballroom

Address16 N Canal Rd, Singapore 048828
Operating hoursTuesday to Saturday (5:30pm – 2am), Sunday to Monday (Closed)
Contact+65 88694798

Heryadi Jaffar, the chief chef of the Barbary Coast Ballroom, drew inspiration for this opulent version of the classic snack from his summer spent in Europe. House-made pasta, wild mushrooms, shallots, smoked cheddar, white wine, Pastis, and lobster bisque-poached pieces of Canadian lobster flesh make up the lobster mac & cheese. When employing an expensive delicacy like lobster, the restaurant makes the most of the shells and roe by incorporating them into a bisque made with Pastis, saffron, and butter, which integrates even more lobster flavour into every meal. The meal is finished with a topping of extra smoked cheddar and broiled breadcrumbs for added crunch.

7. The Big Cheese

Address91, 01-59 Bencoolen St, Singapore 189652
Operating hoursMonday to Saturday (12pm – 9pm), Sunday (Closed)
Contact+65 81192664

On this list, The Big Cheese is perhaps the most popular mac and cheese establishment. The Big Cheeses’ mission is to provide mac and cheese at a reasonable price, and they’re succeeding admirably. For only $5.90, you may create your own mac and cheese by mixing two cheese bases with two meat or veggie selections, as well as a topping. Despite the low cost, they are very generous with their quantities and the amount of cheese used.

8. Sago House

Address40B Sago St, Singapore 059029
Operating hoursTuesday to Sunday (6pm – 10:30pm)
Contact+65 88749936

Let’s face it, most people don’t go to a bar for the food, but Sago House’s mac & cheese may convince us otherwise. Inside and out, large macaroni is coated in a creamy parmesan and Swiss cheese sauce with curry, which provides a layer of spiciness, and most Singaporeans enjoy spicy cuisine. Crisp bacon pieces are scattered on top as a garnish for texture and, well, because bacon is indisputably delicious.