Tag Archive: Best Hawker Food In Singapore

Sinar Pagi Nasi Padang — One Of The Best Nasi Padang Stalls In Singapore

24 May

If you were to google “Geylang Serai Nasi Padang”, the first name that appears in the search results is — you guessed it — Sinar Pagi Nasi Padang. Even though Geylang Serai Market is dotted with nasi padang stalls, there is no competition, really. This stall, in particular, comes out on top. Sinar Pagi Nasi Padang is basically a household...

Yaseen Briyani – Healthy & Cheap Vegetarian Briyani In Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre

17 April

If you’re living in the west of Singapore, you will most likely know about Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre. This food centre is known for housing stalls that serve delicious, value-for-money meals that will leave you with a happy tummy. But if you’re looking for a satisfying yet healthy meal (below 500 calories!), Yaseen Briyani might just be the...

Chen Ji Hainanese Chicken Rice — Under-The-Radar Gem in Tanglin Halt Market

1 April

The world of Hainanese chicken rice in Singapore holds fearsome contention. You’ve got people arguing over the superiority of the steamed or roasted version and in the background, another debate is going on about the most important component of the dish — the chicken, the rice or the chili. But for now, let’s just all take a step back and enjoy the dish...

Millennium Glutinous Rice — Rare Stall In Singapore Selling Sweet & Savoury Glutinous Rice

20 March

You know a dish is endangered when allegedly only two hawker stalls across the whole nation sell it. Overshadowed by more well-known dishes, such as lor mai kai and lotus leaf-wrapped rice, is the sweet and savoury glutinous rice. Savoury glutinous rice was originally a Cantonese delicacy that sees lightly-salted glutinous rice topped with stewed peanuts and wispy fried shallots....

Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Kway Chap — Mother-Son Duo Puts A Japanese Spin On Age-Old Recipes

28 February

Helmed by Melvin Chew and his mother, this famous braised duck & kway chap stall in Chinatown Complex Food Centre has been around for over 30 years. It was originally run by Melvin’s parents, but after his father suddenly passed on due to illness, he decided to step in to help his mother. Knowing that the bulk of their customers...

Garden Street Kway Chap – One Of The Best Kway Chap Stalls in Singapore

9 October

Kway chap is one of those classic, Singaporean staples that all of us love. Nothing beats a piping hot, hearty bowl of kway and succulent pork belly slices to fill our growling tummies! Though this dish may seem ordinary, it takes a lot of effort to prepare this tedious but well-loved meal. Kway chap stalls might be dime a dozen...

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...

10 Best Prawn Noodles In Singapore That Are Worth The Insanely Long Snaking Queues

13 May

The humble prawn noodle, otherwise known as “hae mee” in Hokkien, is a comforting noodle dish that’s immensely fragrant and savoury beyond compare. Flavoured using a combination of pork bones and prawn heads, prawn noodles is a dish that’s fundamentally simple yet always ends up tasting different wherever you go. Some prawn noodles are lighter in flavour, allowing the ingredients...

Xiao Long Bao Guide – 8 Hawkers In Singapore That Can Fight With DTF

22 February

Whether you’re someone who knocks back xiao long baos by the baskets or someone that’s keen to try it without having to splurge, we’ve come up with a list of 8 hawker stalls in Singapore that serve xiao long bao that is on par, if not, better than some top Chinese restaurants. There are some real-deal, restaurant-quality dumplings that you...