Tag Archive: 216 Bedok North Street 1 Market & Food Centre

Han Kee Fish Soup – This Fish Soup From Bedok Is Anything But “Plain”

16 March

Hawker food has a reputation for being oily and unhealthy, but that isn’t always the case. Offering you a guilt-free, protein-packed meal, sliced fish soup is one dish that offers unmatchable comfort and a mild flavour. For the uninitiated, fish soup is a dish comprising light fish soup broth with vegetables and of course, sliced fish (usually Batang or Grouper). This...

Ma Bo Lor Mee – S$2.50 Lor Mee In Bedok That Hits The Spot

2 March

When it comes to hawker stalls in Singapore, more often than not we try to avoid stalls that overdo it with their offerings. Being ambitious is great but sometimes it pays to bite off more than you can chew. Over at Ma Bo Lor Mee, one can expect to tuck into the likes of anything from the humble lor mee...

Block 216 Bedok North Market & Food Centre Guide

8 February

The East area—more specifically Bedok—is laden with many food gems scattered all around. The most popular being Bedok 85 Fengshan Market & Food Centre but that barely scratches the surface. One of our newest hawker fads in the East is Block 216 North Street 1 Market & Food Centre or Bedok 216 for short. The number of stalls with snaking...

Joo Chiat Chiap Kee – Handmade Fishball Noodle Stall In Bedok With Over 50 Years Of History

5 February

When it comes to the plethora of breakfast options we Singaporeans have, the classic, feel-good staple that is fishball noodles more than always takes the cake. A simple composition of egg noodles tossed in a tasty chilli sauce, fishballs, fish cakes, slices of lean pork and that’s basically it. But why is it so popular? Guess we’ll never know for...

Yummy – Hong Kong-Style Chee Cheong Fun Topped With Crispy Beancurd Skin

15 January

Chee Cheong Fun is a classic breakfast dish commonly found in Hong Kong and a soft, velvety delight that many of us love to have in the morning. Freshly steamed, this thin roll made with rice is commonly filled with bits of char siew (sometimes prawn) and topped with soy sauce, a viscous sweet sauce and spring onions. While we remain...

Chai Chee Kway Chap – Solid Kway Chap At Only S$3.40 You Must-Try When In Bedok

6 November

One thing that many of us Singaporeans love to indulge in is some good-old kway chap. This sinful yet satisfying dish is a popular favourite that is sold at multiple hawker centres all over Singapore. Despite looking so simple, a dish like kway chap is not easy to prepare. It requires a lot of tedious preparation such as proper cleaning of...