Tag Archive: Affordable Hawker Food in Singapore

18 Zion Road Char Kway Teow – One of Singapore’s Hawker Legends

18 October

When you think of local food in Singapore, dishes that pop up in your mind immediately would definitely include Nasi Lemak, Chilli Crab and of course, Char Kway Teow. So, what makes a good plate of char kway teow? The answer is wok-hei, the amount of “liao” (ingredients) and the secret black sauce that gives the dish its amazing savoury flavour!...

Ah Lock Tofu – Hakka Tofu Bowls That Prove That Healthy Food Can Be Delicious Too

4 October

Yishun Park Hawker Centre, where Ah Lock Tofu is located, is home to many stalls serving delectable hawker delights. It also houses the well-loved Ah Tan Wings, specializing in one of Singapore’s most raved about zi char dishes – Har Cheong Gai. Lesser known, but equally as delectable, is Ah Lock Tofu. This humble stall in Yishun serves up a...

Hougang Hainanese Village Food Centre Guide — 14 Stalls To Try At This Food Paradise

1 October

Tucked away amongst some old HDB buildings in Hougang, Hainanese Village Food Centre is a popular wet market and hawker centre that sells affordable and delicious local grub in the North-East precinct. This three-storey building is home to plenty of old-school hawker fare filled with nostalgia. From the famous Lorong Ah Soo Lor Mee to the traditional He He Min Jiang Kueh, you will...

The Blend Inc – Traditional Coffee Reinvented at the Hainanese Village Centre

29 September

Before the move to its current home in the busy Hainanese Village Food Centre, The Blend Inc had called Fengshan Market & Food Centre its home. Much like the loyal crowd at their previous location, the fairly new store has continued to garner more following at their new home, which is evident in the queues outside their stall.

Lai Xing Cooked Food – Delicious S$2.50 Kway Chap To Try At Hainanese Village Food Centre

15 September

If you’ve ever had a craving for some good and yummy hawker food that is under S$3, you’ll probably find a couple of hidden gems tucked away at the Hainanese Village Centre, which includes the mother-son duo kway chap specialists who run Lai Xing Cooked Food. Lai Xing Cooked Food at Hainanese Village Food Centre is known for their super...

Jalan Tua Kong Lau Lim Mee Pok The Art of Mee Pok – Come for the Mee Pok and Handmade Fishballs

13 September

Simpang Bedok may be known to be a popular supper haunt for those who live in the East, but this area offers great daytime options too! Judging from the crowd, Jalan Tua Kong Lau Lim Mee Pok – The Art of Mee Pok seemed to be a favourite amongst those who came here for a meal. As its name suggests,...

Lorong Ah Soo Lor Mee — Wholesome Bowls Of Lor Mee That Come Chock Full Of Ingredients

11 September

One hawker dish that we never fail to turn to when we are hankering for something hearty is a wholesome bowl of lor mee which is rich, viscous and oh-so-comforting. While there aren’t as many great lor mee stalls in Singapore, you have to try Lorong Ah Soo Lor Mee at Hainanese Village Centre. This popular stall has been around...

Blue Star Fried Hokkien Mee — Wet Hokkien Mee At Hainanese Village Food Centre

8 September

When it comes to local food, one of our perennial favourites is a messy plate of Hokkien mee. This simple and comforting Singapore classic features a combination of yellow noodles and bee hoon that are tossed with ingredients such as pork, prawns and squid in a rich stock. While Hokkien mee can easily be found in most hawker centres in Singapore,...