Tag Archive: Hawker Food In Singapore

Toast Hut—The Best Of Coffee & Toast By Next-Gen Hawkerpreneur

13 July

Nothing beats a good ol’ slice of traditional kaya butter toast and a cup of coffee for breakfast. For the uninitiated, kaya is a custard essentially derived from a mix of pandan, coconut milk, eggs and sugar to give it a creamy texture. Although Kaya Toast and other traditional breakfast staples alike are commonly available, Toast Hut is one you should make...

Soon Lee Stew Beef – Delicious Chinese-Style Stewed Beef At A Hawker Centre

20 May

Situated at Alexandra Village Food Centre, Soon Lee Stew Beef serves up a range of delectable beef dishes such Stewed Beef Rice, Stewed Beef Fire Pot and Stewed Beef Noodles. Finding a stall that whips up stewed beef claypot-style in local hawker centres is rare, hence Soon Lee Stew Beef is a real gem!

Adam Road Food Centre – 6 Best Stalls That You Legit Need To Try

28 September

The hawker centre on Adam Road is among one of our top few favourites in Singapore. Although a lot smaller than its other counterparts across the island such as Lau Pa Sat or even East Coast Lagoon Food Village, this food centre houses a higher concentration of Malay and Indian food stalls, making it our go-to whenever those cravings kick...

Wen Guang – S$3 Handmade Fish Ball Noodles Worth Traveling To The West For

21 August

One local dish that many Singaporeans are unable to resist is Mee Pok which is commonly sold in hawker centres around our little island. We recently came across Wen Guang, a humble Mee Pok stall nestled in Jurong West 505 Market & Food Centre that offers a delicious bowl of Mee Pok for only S$3. What makes Wen Guang stand...

New Lucky Claypot Rice – Legendary Claypot Chicken Rice You Legit Must Try

10 May

One unbeatable hawker favourite in Singapore that we would frequently crave for is claypot chicken rice. There is something comforting about the dish—the combination of earthy, smoky and charred flavours from the ingredients that are cooked directly over burning charcoal. Oh yes, this is a local delicacy not to be missed! For the uninitiated, one of the most famous claypot...