10 Eats In Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre That East Siders Would Rather You Not Know

23 January
Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre

For those who live in the east, the Bedok area stands as a beacon of delightful and cheap eats especially with the likes of renowned hawker centres like Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre that has been around for such a long time.

Having undergone a massive revamp some years back, Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre has upped its attractiveness in terms of its overall appearance as well as providing wifi within the hawker centre itself. Yet, more importantly, is the fact that many old stalls are still operating—although some may have switched locations within the vicinity.

Fancy an affordable but super delicious meal that will make your trip down to Bedok worth it? Here is our list of 10 best eats at Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre.

Fatt Soon Kueh
Photo Credit: Fatt Soon Kueh


Fatt Soon Kueh specialises in all sorts of traditional Teochew kueh and is easily one of our favourite places to patronise in Singapore. Their savoury snacks are all wrapped and steamed in the stall itself to ensure utmost freshness.

Their best-sellers include their Soon Kueh (turnip dumpling cake) and Png Kueh (Teochew glutinous rice cake). Topped with a sweet black sauce and a generous sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds, this is a solid snack to have in between meals.

208B New Upper Changi Road, 01-18
Singapore 460208
(Closed on Sundays)
Mon to Sat: 9am – 7.30pm
Nearest Station: Bedok

Teo's Noodle
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This humble fishball and minced meat noodle stall attract quite a crowd during both lunch and dinner so be prepared to wait for a good 15 to 20 minutes if you want to try a bowl.

For only S$3, you get the full works which feature fishballs, fish cakes, minced meat as well as a sizeable bowl of perfectly cooked noodles. Laced with a combination of chilli sauce, vinegar and pork lard, we can easily see why this is a fan favourite. For an additional S$1, you can have razor clams added in too!

208B New Upper Changi Road, #01-26
Singapore 460207
(Closed on Sundays)
Mon to Sat: 5.30am – 1.30pm
Nearest Station: Bedok
Song Zhou Fried Carrot Cake
Photo Credit: Shaozie


As far as carrot cakes go, Song Zhou Luo Bo Gao is your best bet for those of you craving for something that perfectly encompasses sweet and savoury elements. The carrot cake has a prominent wok hei flavour and what we love is that the standard of their carrot cake never dwindles.

208B New Upper Changi Road, #01-37
Singapore 460207
Tel: +65 9684 3555
(Closed on Sundays)
Mon to Sat: 6.30am – 8pm
Nearest Station: Bedok

Hok Hai Curry Chicken Noodle
Photo Credit: Sean Goh


Serving only two items—Curry Chicken Bee Hoon and Satay Bee Hoon (S$4 – S$6)—Hock Hai is another crowd pleaser that you will have to be prepared to queue for. The former is their most popular offering, boasting a rich and thick gravy that is has a nice kick yet isn’t overly spicy.

208B New Upper Changi Road, #01-58
Singapore 462208
Daily: 9.30am – 11pm
Nearest Station: Bedok

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Malay stall and longtime operator, Inspirasi, has been dishing out mee rebus and mee soto for more than a decade now, and the snaking queues that form each day serve as an indication of how good their food is.

The mee rebus (S$2.50) is served with a generous pile of fresh green chillies, a hard-boiled egg and a spicy soybean-based gravy to complement the springy egg noodles.

208B New Upper Changi Road, #01-11
Singapore 462208
Daily: 11am – 11pm
Nearest Station: Bedok


What better way to round off a perfectly satisfying meal than something sweet—and possibly deep-fried. At Lee Kee, feel free to indulge in their goreng pisang (S$1 – S$1.50) as well as other deep-fried goodies. What we love most about their goreng pisang is that it the batter is crisp, light yet overly greasy.

208B New Upper Changi Road, #01-70
Singapore 460207
(Closed on Thursdays)
Mon to Sun: 9am – 6pm
Nearest Station: Bedok


Another hot-spot for local desserts is Hollywood. Here is where you can tuck into flavourful bowls of ice kachang, cheng tng or chendol. Hollywood has been around for over 20 years and still, its desserts never fail to delight the masses.

Their chendol—which happens to be one of their most popular desserts—is a great treat for the hot afternoon.

208B New Upper Changi Road, #01-66
Singapore 462208
(Closed on Tuesdays)
Mon to Sun: 12pm – 12am
Nearest Station: Bedok


Gim Chew specialises in the wet version of the iconic fried Hokkien mee. The stock that is the reason why their Hokkien mee is so delicious is made using a mixture of pork bones and prawn shells that are fried off and cooked down for hours.

The end result is a flavourful plate of noodles filled with fresh, sweet prawns but the real kicker is the addition of fried pork lard that gives the dish a delightful fragrance and a nice crunch.

207 New Upper Changi Road, #01-50
Singapore 460207
(Closed on Wednesdays)
Mon to Sun: 10.30am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Bedok

Kin Khao Yang
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For authentic Thai food without the hassle of travelling all the way to Golden Mile, Kin Khao Wang is your best bet.

To satiate your Thai food cravings, tuck into a stunning variety of over 25 tasty Thai dishes which include the iconic Thai Basil Chicken with Rice (S$6.50) and even Mango Glutinous Rice (S$6) for a sweet ending to your meal.

207 New Upper Changi Road, #01-02
Daily: 10.30am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Bedok

Jefri Chicken Rice
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Just next to popular mee rebus stall Inspirasi, Jefri, is another popular stall in Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre that sells Malay cuisine. Their most highly-raved dish is their Nasi Goreng Ayam (S$3.50) that boasts a spicy fried rice with an orangey hue.

Contrary to its orange shade, the rice actually leans more towards the sweet side and it goes well with the crispy deep-fried chicken.

208B New Upper Changi Road. #01-07
Singapore 462208
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Bedok

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