Tag Archive: Best Hawker Food Singapore

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...

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...

Hock Kee Fried Oyster – Traditional Wet Orh Luak You Probably Won’t Find Elsewhere

7 September

Fried oyster omelette, or better known as ‘orh luak’ amongst Singaporeans, is a savoury dish that you can easily find in hawker centres all over Singapore. Crisp on the outside and slightly sticky and starchy inside, who would have thought that this version that most of us have had for years isn’t actually the traditional version that was served back in...

8 Best Cai Fan Deals In Singapore From As Low As S$2

7 August

Cai Fan or Cai Png is a popular Chinese delight that is essentially rice with an assortment of ingredients. A typical plate of cai fan consists of a mixture of vegetable and meat that is served along with either rice or porridge. This simple yet satisfying delight can be found in basically any hawker centre in Singapore and it is a...

Old Airport Road Food Centre Guide – 11 Of Our Ultimate Must-Eats

17 July

Ask any foodie where some of the country’s best local eats can be found and many would point you towards Old Airport Road Food Centre. With over a hundred stalls in a colossal hawker complex, one would naturally be spoiled for choice. Whether you’re looking to start your day proper with a brilliantly brewed cup of kopi, or simply indulge in a...

Toast Hut—The Best Of Coffee & Toast By Next-Gen Hawkerpreneur

13 July

Nothing beats a good ol’ slice of traditional kaya butter toast and a cup of coffee for breakfast. For the uninitiated, kaya is a custard essentially derived from a mix of pandan, coconut milk, eggs and sugar to give it a creamy texture. Although Kaya Toast and other traditional breakfast staples alike are commonly available, Toast Hut is one you should make...

Amoy Street Food Centre Guide — What To Try From The Traditional To The Contemporary

9 July

Established in 1983 and boasting two full levels of local, traditional and contemporary nosh, Amoy Street Food Centre is, hands down, one of Singapore’s most beloved hawker havens and one of our personal favourites. Situated right smack in Telok Ayer amidst the slew of quality bars, cafes and restaurants, there’s just something about this gem of a place that steals...

Joo Seng Food Place – Incredible Hawker Dishes In An Unassuming Coffeeshop

14 June

Joo Seng Food Place is a hidden gem we stumbled upon while sussing out new food places around the Tai Seng neighbourhood that caters to the lunch crowd for office workers in the area. Situated along Joo Seng Road, the coffee shop is pretty out of the way and you probably wouldn’t give it a second glance if you walked past...