Tag Archive: hainanese village centre

Punggol Noodles – Delicious Wholesome Bak Chor Mee That’s Worth All The Hype

26 December

Since moving from their former home at Kovan, the popular Punggol Noodles now resides on the second floor of the Hougang Hainanese Village Food Centre. Despite their change in location, the stall still utilizes its old name to ensure that they remain easily found by their loyal patrons. Although having been around for a while, the couple still runs the...

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.

[Closed] 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...

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...

8 Hawker Stalls In Lorong Ah Soo Market You Should Not Miss Out On

20 February

Surrounded by old HDB buildings, Lorong Ah Soo Market, also known as Hougang 105 Hainanese Village Centre, is a popular wet market and a hotspot for pocket-friendly delicious food in the North-East precinct. This three-storey building is a place where many would visit to seek old-school hawker fare filled with nostalgia. From the famous Lorong Ah Soo Lor Mee, traditional...

Shun Quan – A Hidden Gem For Silky Smooth Tau Huey

13 February

Affectionately known to the Chinese as “Dou hua” or “dòufuhuā“, this popular Chinese snack/dessert has a long history – it can be served warm or chilled and is typically served in a sweet syrup and can be commonly found in food centres about Singapore. However, few places do the dish justice–its texture and consistency needs to be perfected (not to...