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Han’s Menu Singapore with Price Lists 

Here is the enormous list of all the food items that are included in Han’s Cafe menu Singapore with their prices:


Hor Fun with Pork Prawn & Fishfrom S$ 11.80
Signature Hainanese Pork Chopfrom S$ 11.80
Fried Rice with Ham Prawn & EggS$ 11.80
Stir-Fried Sweet & Sour Fishfrom S$ 11.80
Fish and Chipsfrom S$ 11.80
Bee Hoon with Pork Prawn & Fishfrom S$ 11.80

Chinese New Year Special

Roasted Half Chicken With Orange SauceS$ 25.80
Grilled Salmon With Spaghetti In Gravadlax CreamS$ 25.80
Salted Egg Pasta With Crispy Chicken CutletS$ 24.80
Golden Pineapple Fried Rice With Crispy Chicken CutletS$ 22.80
Garlic Prawn Aglio Olio With FungiS$ 22.80
Golden Prawn Fritters (6pcs)S$ 15.80
Spicy Buffalo Drumettes (6pcs)S$ 13.80
Mozzarella Cheese Sticks (6pcs)S$ 13.80
Mashed PotatoesS$ 9.80
Baby Abalone Yu Sheng (8 – 10Pax)S$ 88.80
Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng (8 – 10Pax)S$ 78.80
Yoshihama Baby Abalone CanS$ 36.80
Yoshihama Baby Abalone Can (Bundle 2)S$ 60.80

Chinese New Year Cookies

They offer an amazing range of sweet treats, including their famous Pineapple Tart that is just too good to miss. The tart is priced at S$30.80, but it’s worth every penny. They also offer Cappuccino With White Chocolate Chips Cookies for S$25.80, which is perfect for coffee lovers. If you’re a fan of cookies, Han’s Menu Singapore has got you covered with options like Banana Walnut Cookies for S$25.80, Macademia Nut Cookies for S$24.80, Cashew Nut Cookies for S$22.80, Almond Cookies for S$22.80 and Walnut Cookies for S$22.80.

Pineapple TartS$ 30.80
Cappuccino With White Chocolate Chips CookiesS$ 25.80
Banana Walnut CookiesS$ 25.80
Macademia Nut CookiesS$ 24.80
Cashew Nut CookiesS$ 22.80
Almond CookiesS$ 22.80
Walnut CookiesS$ 22.80

All Day Breakfast

Breakfast PlatterS$ 16.80
Breakfast Pancake BurgerS$ 15.80
Fried Egg with BaconS$ 9.80
Fried Egg with HamS$ 8.50
Fried Egg with SausageS$ 8.50
Scrambled Egg with BaconS$ 9.80
Scrambled Egg with HamS$ 8.50
Scrambled Egg with SausageS$ 8.50
Omelette Served with French Fries & SaladS$ 11.80
Clubhouse (3 Slices)from S$ 11.50

Local Favourite

Hor Fun with Pork Prawn & Fishfrom S$ 11.80
Bee Hoon with Pork Prawn & Fishfrom S$ 11.80
Mee with Pork Prawn & Fishfrom S$ 11.80
Beef Hor Funfrom S$ 12.80
Beef Bee Hoonfrom S$ 12.80
Beef Meefrom S$ 12.80
Stir-fried Hor Funfrom S$ 11.80
Singapore Fried Bee Hoonfrom S$ 11.80
Hong Kong Fried Noodlefrom S$ 11.80
Stir-fried Beef Hor Funfrom S$ 12.80
Fried Rice with Ham Prawn & EggS$ 11.80
Chicken Fried Rice with EggS$ 11.80
Silverfish Fried Rice with EggS$ 11.80
Bacon Fried Rice with EggS$ 12.80
Stir-fried Chicken with Young Gingerfrom S$ 11.80
Stir-fried Beef with Bell Pepperfrom S$ 12.80
Stir-fried Salmon with Bell Pepperfrom S$ 12.80
Stir-fried Sweet & Sour Chickenfrom S$ 11.80
Stir-fried Sweet & Sour Porkfrom S$ 11.80
Stir-Fried Sweet & Sour Fishfrom S$ 11.80
Stir-Fried Sweet & Sour Prawnfrom S$ 12.80
Signature Hainanese Pork Chopfrom S$ 11.80
Local Delight Braised Pork Bellyfrom S$ 13.80
Local Delight Herbal Chickenfrom S$ 13.80
Chicken Curryfrom S$ 11
Vegetarian Hor Funfrom S$ 10.80
Vegetarian Bee Hoonfrom S$ 10.80
Vegetarian Meefrom S$ 10.80
Vegetarian Fried Rice with EggS$ 10.80

Main Course

Fish and Chipsfrom S$ 11.80
Grilled Fish Doryfrom S$ 11.80
Grilled Salmon Filletfrom S$ 21.80
Grilled Pork Chopfrom S$ 15.80
Black Pepper Chicken Chopfrom S$ 15.80
Chicken Chop with Mushroom Saucefrom S$ 15.80
New Zealand Prime Sirloin Steak with Black Pepper Saucefrom S$ 21.80
New Zealand Prime Sirloin Steak with Mushroom Saucefrom S$ 21.80

Pasta de Han’s

With a variety of options ranging from spaghetti with ham in homemade tomato sauce for S$12.80, to carbonara chipolata pasta for S$16.50, you’re sure to find a dish that will satisfy your cravings. My personal favorite was the creamy linguine with chicken and fungi for S$16.80. The flavors were perfectly balanced and the pasta was cooked to perfection. The aglio olio with sirloin of beef for S$18.80 was also a standout dish, with the sirloin cooked to tender perfection.

Spaghetti with Ham in Homemade Tomato Saucefrom S$ 12.80
Spaghetti with Sausages in Homemade Tomato Saucefrom S$ 12.80
Spaghetti with Chicken in Homemade Tomato Saucefrom S$ 14.50
Bacon Carbonara Pastafrom S$ 15.50
Carbonara Chipolata Pastafrom S$ 16.50
Creamy Linguine with Chicken and Fungifrom S$ 16.80
Aglio Olio with Chickenfrom S$ 14.50
Aglio Olio with Baconfrom S$ 15.50
Aglio Olio with Sirloin of Beeffrom S$ 18.80
Aglio Olio with Chicken and Fungifrom S$ 16.80
Aglio Olio Crispy with Red Onion Bell Pepper and Crispy Shallotfrom S$ 12.50
Creamy Linguine with Fungifrom S$ 14.50
Aglio Olio with Fungifrom S$ 14.50


Chicken Superburger with EggS$ 11.80
Beef Superburger with EggS$ 11.80
Chicken Cheeseburger with EggS$ 7.20
Beef Cheeseburger with EggS$ 7.20

Pies, Pastries & Cakes

Their Curry Potato Puff and Chicken Curry Puff both come in at S$2.20 and are the perfect snack on the go. The Sweet and Salty Tau Sar Piah (3-Pcs Pack) are both priced at S$5.40 and are a must-try for fans of traditional flavors. Don’t miss out on the Chicken Floss Puff (3-Pcs Pack) for only S$5.40, or the range of yummy puffs including Lotus, Pandan Green Bean, and Yam, each priced at S$4 for a 2-Pcs Pack. For dessert, try their Blueberry Crumble Slice or Apple Crumble Pie Slice at S$3.40, or indulge in the Tarte Au Choco at S$5.50. They also have a range of pies, including the Banana Pie starting at S$4.40, Dark Cherry Pie at S$4.50, and the New Zealand Apple Pie Slice at S$3.20.

Chicken PieS$ 3.50
Minced Sausage RollS$ 2.40
Curry Potato PuffS$ 2.20
Chicken Curry PuffS$ 2.20
Salty Tau Sar Piah (3-Pcs Pack)S$ 5.40
Sweet Tau Sar Piah (3-Pcs Pack)S$ 5.40
Chicken Floss Puff (3-Pcs Pack)S$ 5.40
Lotus Puff (2-Pcs Pack)S$ 4
Pandan Green Bean Puff (2-Pcs Pack)S$ 4
Yam Puff (2-Pcs Pack)S$ 4
Blueberry Crumble SliceS$ 3.40
Apple Crumble Pie SliceS$ 3.40
New Zealand Apple Pie SliceS$ 3.20
Banana Piefrom S$ 4.40
Tarte Au ChocoS$ 5.50
Dark Cherry PieS$ 4.50
Rainbow Square (2 pcs pack)S$ 7.50
Pandan Kaya CakeS$ 6


Soup of The DayS$ 4
Sunny EggS$ 1.90
SausageS$ 2
BaconS$ 2.80
HamS$ 2.80
French FriesS$ 8.80
ColeslawS$ 5

Hot Beverages

Kopi SiS$ 2.50
Kopi OS$ 2.30
Teh SiS$ 2.50
Teh OS$ 2.30
Lemon TeaS$ 2.50
Yin YangS$ 2.80
MiloS$ 2.80

Iced Beverages

Iced Kopi SiS$ 3.40
Iced Kopi OS$ 3.20
Iced Teh SiS$ 3.40
Iced Teh OS$ 3.20
Iced Lemon TeaS$ 3.40
Iced Yin YangS$ 3.60
Iced MiloS$ 3.60
Orange JuiceS$ 3.40
CokeS$ 2.80
Coke Zero SugarS$ 2.80
SpriteS$ 2.80
Root BeerS$ 2.80
Heaven & Earth Green TeaS$ 2.80
EvianS$ 3.80


This Singaporean restaurant offers a sweet and savory treat that is perfect for any time of the day. The Kaya is made with a rich and creamy blend of coconut milk, eggs, and sugar, giving it a smooth and decadent flavor that is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. At just S$ 5.70, this snack is not only delicious but also budget-friendly, making it an excellent choice for anyone looking for a quick and satisfying treat.

Han’s Hainanese Kaya 270gS$ 5.70
Han's Cafe Menu Singapore
Han’s Cafe Menu Singapore

Han’s Cafe Menu Singapore 

Han’s Cafe is one of the most popular and widely recognised cafés in Singapore and as you all know there are many big names in food chains when it comes to Singapore. Still Han’s Cafe Menu has developed for itself a decent reputation among all the food lovers. Han’s Cafe has done so just because it prefers serving quality food to the customers instead of just printing money by using the name of the brand.

Han’s Cafe Menu Singapore has various delicious food items which increase the appetite of the visitors. All the tasty food items are cooked with great dedication at Han’s Cafe by the hands of well experienced chefs just to give Han’s Cafe’s customers some delighted time to enjoy themselves. Han’s Cafe menu Singapore allows its customers to order their food via online as it has fast delivery service. Chicken Curry with Rice, Soy chicken noodle, Beef stew with rice, Prawn and Fish, Fish and chips, grilled Fish dory, vegetarian mee and bee, hot and iced Beverages and chicken pie etc are some popular items in Han’s Cafe Menu Singapore.

Updated Han’s Menu 2023 

Han’s Cafe Menu Singapore has not achieved various milestones just by sticking to its core dishes or old menu. With the passage of time, like all other cafes, Han’s Cafe also keeps updating its menu to attract more customers. Here are some worth mentioning food items from Han’s Cafe Menu Singapore: 

Tarte Au Chocolate ($4.30) 

Quite an average/below average pie? Liked that the chocolate layer was rich and definitely didn’t have the gross cheap chocolate taste, but didn’t quite like the random black forest layer they added below and the crust was dry (not in a good way). But definitely try their crumbles and mains here instead! 

Beef Super Burger With Egg 

From Han’s it is newly added to their menu. It includes Pan grilled beef burger patty, sunny side egg, generous amount of french fries and salad. 

Its very Yummy and will definitely become your favorite breakfast meal. 

About Han’s Cafe 

In 1977 Mr Han Choon Fook offered caked to his friends, which was made by his brother Choon Kuang. These cakes received excellent comments on quality. Mr Han Choon Fook was a civil servant while his brother was a baker at the former red house bakers. He was also working at a confectionery shop in Victoria street. 

Later 1978, Hans brother’s cake became popular and this thing inspired him to quit his jobs and open a small bakery with his brother. SO in 1980 they opened their cafe, Han’s Cafe, in the Arcade. They start their work by serving Hainanese mainstays such as pork chops and homemade soups. 

In 2003 Han’s cafe opened their biggest store namely ‘The Tasty Town’ at Great Eastern Centre in the central Business District. In 2004, they received superbrands award which enhance their business. 

At the end of 2004 they opened more than 20 outlets in Island wide. And now Han’s menu has more than 200 food items which include western favorites, Pastas and many other delicious dishes. The Han’s Cafe bakery menu also offers a great range of cakes and pastries which are available at all their outlets.

Han’s Cafe Locations Singapore 

Here is the list of all available Han’s Cafe Locations in Singapore and from any of these locations you can easily get everything mentioned above in Han’s Cafe Menu Singapore: 111 Somerset 

  • 111 Somerset Rd, #01-11/12, 111 Somerset 
  • Singapore 238164 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-10pm 

Bedok Community Centre 

  • 850 New Upper Changi Road, #01-21, Bedok Community Centre
  • Singapore 467352 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-1am 

Bukit Merah 

  • Blk 169, Jalan Bukit Merah, #01-21 
  • Singapore 150169 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-9pm 

Changi City Point 

  • Changi City Point 
  • 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, #01-51/52/53, Changi City Point Singapore 486038 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-10pm 

Chinatown Point 

  • 133 New Bridge Road, #B2-34/35/36, Chinatown Point Singapore 059413 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-10pm 

Eastpoint Mall (Hanis

  • 3 Simei Street 6, #01-14, Eastpoint Mall 
  • Singapore 528833 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-10pm 

Guoco Tower 

  • 1 Wallich Street, #B2-25, Guoco Tower 
  • Singapore 078884 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 8am-9pm, Sunday 9am-9pm 

Hillion Mall 

  • 17 Petir Road, #B2-28/29/30, Hillion Mall 
  • Singapore 678278 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-10pm 


  • 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #B1-03, JEM 
  • Singapore 608549 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-10pm 

Joo Koon Circle, Fairprice Hu

  • 1 Joo Koon Circle, #02-26/27/28, Fairprice Hub 
  • Singapore 629117 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-10pm

Marina Square 

  • 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-206, Marina Square 
  • Singapore 039594 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 0930 – 2130hrs, Saturday-Sunday 9am-10pm 

National Library Building (Hanis

  • 100 Victoria Street, #01-01, National Library Building 
  • Singapore 188064 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-10pm 

Ng Teng Fong (Hanis) 

  • 1 Jurong East Street 21, #02-09 Tower A, 
  • Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, Singapore 609606 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 7am-10pm, Sunday 9am-9pm 

Novena Square 

  • Novena Square 
  • 238 Thomson Road, #01-19/21, Novena Square 
  • Singapore 307683 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-10pm 

Paya Lebar Quarter (Hanis) 

  • 10 Paya Lebar Road, #B2-18, Paya Lebar Quarter – PLQ Mall 
  • Singapore 409057 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-10pm 

Springleaf Garden 

  • 906 Upper Thomson Road 
  • Singapore 787110 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-11pm 

Suntec City 

  • 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-145, North Wing, Suntec City Mall 
  • Singapore 038983 
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 8am-10pm, Sunday 8am-9pm 

How many branches does Han’s Cafe have in the Singapore?

19 locations

Cafe-restaurant chain Han’s Cafe & Cake House has (including Hanis Café & Bakery) a total of 19 locations in Singapore, one within Changi City Point (5 Changi Business Park Central 1).

Who owns Han’s Cafe?

The brand is synonymous with affordable good food and reliable service. There is, however, more than meets the eye. The exemplary feats of Han’s stems from one man’s exemplary spirit. Helming the ship and anchoring the brand all through the years is none other than founder and Managing Director, Mr Han Choon Fook.

Is Hanis the same as Hans?

Hanis is part of the Han’s Group and is the halal sister company of Han’s. A well-loved halal brand that celebrates the experience of “Coming home” by welcoming people to a vibrant and energetic community.

What car does Han use?

Mazda RX-7
Han used the Mazda RX-7 in the movie. The Japanese automotive aftermarket company, Veilside, made a custom body kit in bright orange to give the vehicle a street-racing look. The RX-7 originally came in red color.

What is Hans English name?

Etymology. From German Hans (occasionally used in English), a medieval short form of Johannes (“John”).

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Author: Christopher Tan

Hi there! I’m Christopher Tan, an award-winning writer, cooking instructor, and photographer. My passion lies in combining my love for words, images, and of course, food to create meaningful experiences. I have been honored to have my work published in numerous esteemed publications, including the Sunday Times and Straits Times in Singapore, Saveur magazine in America, and The Peak magazine.

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