Tag Archive: Best Hawker Food In Singapore

Xiao Long Bao Guide – 7 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 7 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...

Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre — A Hidden Food Gem In Chinese Garden

4 January

Yuhua Market and Hawker Centre is tucked away in a crevice at Chinese Garden near its MRT station. The place may be small, but it is bursting with stalls that serve up an array of delicious and affordable local food. From cheap xiao long bao to sinful bowls of laksa, here are our top 7 stalls here at Yuhua Market and...

10 Sick People Foods That Can Be Found In Most Hawker Centres

28 November

Falling sick sucks, and no one likes to feel all weak, sluggish and bedridden when we could be out and about doing something more productive. The other really depressing thing about being sick is that your food choices are severely limited. However, being sick does not mean that you are only stuck with dull, bland foods. Surprisingly, there are a...

Fresh Fish Seafood Soup – The Best Fish Soup In Upper Thomson Road

23 November

You know how sometimes our mothers constantly tell us to eat less instant noodles and to have more proper meals? Yet there’s always something more satisfying about having a quick bowl of maggi whipped up in three minutes, with an egg cracked in for extra luxury. Some might call it poor man’s cooking, but here at Fresh Fish Seafood Soup,...

8 Great Places To Get Slurp-Worthy Mee Rebus

17 November

We Singaporeans pride ourselves on having a plethora of different Asian delights to chose from due to our multiracial, multicultural country. With so many different races in Singapore, our food options are incredibly diverse, and sometimes we tend to forget about the less popular local dishes. One underrated dish in Singapore would have to be the classic Malay noodle dish,...

7 Local Food Legends You Need To Try Before They’re Gone Forever

9 November

There’s no hiding the fact that food is the lifeblood of Singapore. It’s what keeps her people going, and it’s what brings them together. While some might say Singapore doesn’t have much culture, to begin with, to us, food is our culture. Of which, the embodiment is readily found in the form of a hawker centre. It represents a collection...

10 Yong Tau Foo Spots That Aren’t Just For Health Conscious Office Ladies

3 November

Any Singaporean hawker centre and coffee shop aren’t complete without a yong tau foo shop tucked somewhere within it. With a myriad of colourful and mouthwatering ingredients on display, it’s no wonder that we locals keep coming back for more, regardless if it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even supper. The staple ingredients include minced meat-stuffed tofu, fish paste-stuffed tofu,...

Sisaket Thai Food – Cheap Thai Food In Maxwell Market That’s Pure Aroi Mak

26 October

There’s that decades-old debate about the Singlish and Malaysian definition of shiok vs syok, but whether you prefer to interpret it as a term of approval, or just to mean cheap, Sisaket Thai Food delivers on both fronts to bring you one of the most satisfying Thai food out there. While the first store is tucked away in a corner...

Yummy Noodle House – Does It Live Up To Its Name?

5 October

Many people are under the misconception that Sembawang Hills Food Centre is located in Sembawang. In actual fact, it is located in Upper Thompson Road and is home to plenty of hidden hawker gems. One of these would be Yummy Noodle House, which serves a number of classic Singaporean noodles dishes that are great for when those noodle cravings kick in....

7 Local Hawker Dishes That Epitomise The Term “Wok Hei”

21 September

If you are a Singaporean, let alone Chinese, and you still don’t know what the term “wok hei” refers to, then you need to buckle up and read this article because you are missing out on some very important information. In Chinese, the term wok hei translates to, “breath of the wok”, which might sound dramatic (as all Chinese sayings...