At Eatin House coffee shop, you can watch World Cup matches "live".
And just a few metres away, you can play futsal at Top Corner@Bishan's three futsal courts.
The location is perfect for gathering family and friends for great food and games both on- and off-screen.
Stalls at Eatin House operate from 3pm to 1am daily during the World Cup period, but the drinks stall will be open throughout the World Cup match screenings.
Here are some stall highlights:
603 BBQ Seafood
The fresh Canadian oysters ($3.50), served on ice with lemon wedges, are a must-try.
Also look out for their sambal stingray ($10/$13/$16), bitter gourd fish head ($25) and mouse grouper (seasonal price).
Hup Heng Satay
This stall is the only remaining tenant from the days when the area used to be a prawn-fishing site.
Enjoy otah ($1.40 per piece, minimum two pieces), chicken wings ($1.40 per piece, minimum two pieces) and, of course, satay (chicken, pork, mutton and ketupat at 60 cents per piece, minimum 10 pieces).
Eatin House Western Food
Try the coffee shop's namesake stall.
Two popular dishes are the sambal red wine steak ($13) and Hainanese pork cutlet ($8).
This stall offers Thai barbecue steamboat, which has been gaining popularity recently. Their Thai basil fried rice ($5/$8/$10) is also recommended.
Eatin House coffee shop and Top Corner@Bishan futsal court are at 603 Sin Ming Avenue.
For Top Corner@Bishan fustal court bookings and enquiries, call 9628-4556.
This article was first published on July 6, 2014.
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