Punggol Containers #5: L’Chaim Bistro

L’Chaim which stands for ‘To Life’ in Hebrew, is a fresh dining concept inspired by sustainable vineyards and farms.


By weijing

L’Chaim in Punggol focuses heavily on craft beer and communal dining. They serve daily specials that focus on East meets West fusion cuisine, with ‘Peranakan Curry Chicken’ as their signature dish, to cater to the tastebuds of both young and old.

Weekday Special Menu

We tried the Weekday Special Menu where we tried the Tomato Aglio Olio ($10+), Mushroom Aglio Olio ($10+) and Bacon Aglio Olio ($12+).


For snacks, we tried the Fried Money Pouch Wantons ($8+) and Prawn Twisters ($8+).


What’s a bistro without beer? L’Chaim specialises in Archipelago Brewery which is a local brewery since 2006. We tried the Belgian Wit, Summer IPA, Bohemian Lager, Irish Ale, as well as the Blonde Ale. 

What sets them apart from others their insistence on deciding the menu only after sourcing the freshest ingredients in the marketplace on a daily basis. They believe in preparing adequate amount of food to prevent wastage, It also provides long tables so that they can sit up to 12 people, to promote the communal dining spirit.

Its social mission message is to enable equal opportunity and it offers job opportunities to single mothers and works closely with AWARE.

Address: 50 Punggol East #01-K37 Singapore 828826
Opening Hours: 5pm – 12am daily