Tag Archive: Bedok Food

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...

Hao Lai Ke — Is This Ex-Din Tai Fung Chef’s New Venture Worth The Hype?

9 January

Helmed by a former Din Tai Fung chef and his wife, Hao Lai Ke aims to serve up quality Chinese dishes that are just as good as the colossal restaurant brand. Think bowls of scratch-made la mian and the signature pork ribs fried rice that practically everyone goes mad for. Hao Lai Ke is tucked away in a small coffee...

Bedok 85 Fengshan Centre – What Else To Eat Besides The Famous Bak Chor Mee

14 December

Hardly anyone is a stranger to 85 Fengshan Centre in Bedok, or commonly referred to as Bedok 85 Food Market. This hawker centre is a dinner and supper hotspot in the East that packs a huge array of local delights—from addictive bowls of bak chor mee, barbecued seafood that will have you yearning for more to even humble bowls of...

Chong Pang Huat – Our Go-To For Satay And Barbecued Chicken Wings

16 November

Perhaps one of the best things to have complementing your meal at a hawker centre is a plate of freshly barbecued chicken wings and satay. Barbecued to golden perfection with crispy burnt bits that never fail to make us grin even though we know it’s bad for us. We aren’t the type to shun away from greasy food and whenever...

The Burning Oak—Donburi & Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pork Cheeks To-Die-For

3 October

Despite its rather out-of-the-way location, The Bedok Marketplace remains a hotspot in the East for foodies to indulge in tasty gourmet grub without worrying about the hefty price tag. Undeniably one of the most popular stalls in this hipster food court is The Burning Oak, which serves up a range of Japanese donburis, with the wagyu beef bowl and the pork cheek...

Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu – Handmade Yong Tau Foo & Mouth-Watering Chicken Wings

11 May

Nutritious, hearty and comforting, Yong Tau Foo is a Chinese dish that is pretty underrated but well-loved by the locals when they want to have a guilt-free but satisfying meal. You can find Yong Tau Foo stalls in many hawker centres and coffee shops but most are mediocre at best and certainly not worthy of a special mention. Yet, one...

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

23 January

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...

Plum & Rice – Humble Hawker Stall With S$4 Umeboshi Rice Sets

26 May

Led by a trio of young graduates from the Singapore campus of The Culinary Institute of America, Plum & Rice is an unassuming hawker stall located within the premises of Bedok North Market & Food Centre. Unlike most other hawker stalls, Plum & Rice stood out because of its Japanese-inspired furnishings and they also serve affordable umeboshi rice sets (S$4)...