Tag Archive: What To Eat At Bedok

Sin Ho – Seriously Good Har Cheong Gai and Fish Soup at Bedok North Hawker Centre

28 July

Walking into Bedok North Hawker Centre in the evening, it’s so deserted you might think that the whole place is closed. Only a couple of stalls are opened for dinner and one of them is Sin Ho. Serving fish soup in the day, the stall transforms into a Cantonese zi char at night. While we were there, Sin Ho had...

Hock Hai Curry Chicken Noodle — Skip The Bowls Of Laksa And Have This Instead

14 April

Tucked away in a corner of Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre is Hock Hai Curry Chicken Noodle. This humble stall can easily be spotted by its long, snaking queues. The stall has been around for a really long time and its booming business is a clear testament of how the quality of noodles served here has remained consistently good. We ordered...

Teo’s Noodle — Hugely Popular Fishball Noodles Only A Stone’s Throw Away From Bedok MRT

10 April

One thing that we are sure that most Singaporeans can unanimously agree on is that there is nothing more comforting out there than a bowl of fishball minced meat noodles. Teo’s noodle ticks off all the right boxes when it comes to that and their aim is to serve up solid bowls of fishball minced meat noodles at wallet-friendly prices....

8 Must-Try Hawker Dishes In Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre

23 March

When it comes to comfort food, nothing comes close to hawker fare if you’re a true-blue Singaporean. Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre is home to numerous food stalls serving up spectacular renditions of local delights that can rival their popular neighbour, Bedok 85 Fengshan Centre. But while its dinner and suppertime counterpart caters more towards the evening crowd, the former is much...

Ma Bo Lor Mee – S$2.50 Lor Mee In Bedok That Hits The Spot

2 March

When it comes to hawker stalls in Singapore, more often than not we try to avoid stalls that overdo it with their offerings. Being ambitious is great but sometimes it pays to bite off more than you can chew. Over at Ma Bo Lor Mee, one can expect to tuck into the likes of anything from the humble lor mee...