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  1. #311
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    Ah Lock & Co



    Creative Local “Donburi” With Hakka Yong Tau Foo & Thunder Tea Rice, At Tanjong Pagar Centre

    It is heartening to see young hawkers going places, especially when it is not easy work. And great to see some creativity in how our local food can be presented. (Really a ”FoodieMakeover”)

    Ah Lock Tofu run by the young Lee Lock Teng, first started at Yishun Park Hawker Centre as part of Timbre’s incubator programme for first time F&B ‘hawkerpreneurs’.

    The Yong Tau Foo recipe was from his grandmother, and he decided to marry the two types of food items into a rice bowl.

    You can say this is “Hakka-style Donburi”.

    There are vegetables of manicai (sweet leaf) and long beans which you would find in Thunder Tea Rice incorporated, then drizzled over with savoury sauce.

    A part of me wished there was a noodle or even just soup option, and another for more meat somehow for a more substantial meal.

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    7 Wallich St, #B2-22/23/24 Tanjong Pagar Centre Singapore 078884

    Operating Hours
    7.30 am – 8.30 pm (Mon – Fri), 11.30 am – 8.30pm (Sat), Closed Sun

    Telephone
    +65 8826 0244

    AVERAGE PRICE: $8 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: take away, breakfast and lunch and dinner

    Signature: Hakka Tofu Rice Bowl, Greentea and Red Bean Pancake

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    Shi Wei Da



    Sloppy nutty, utterly delicious satay bee hoon is this hawker’s winning dish.

    Satay bee hoon will not be long in Singapore because not many stalls left. This is one of the stall still operating.

    Sumptuous Satay Bee Hoon at Bedok 85 Fengshan Market, With Michelin Bib Gourmand

    For the last 20 years, Ng has been cooking and perfecting the recipe for just one dish: satay bee hoon.

    This quintessentially local dish is said to be created by Teochew immigrants who married typically Chinese ingredients

    like pork liver, cuttlefish and rice vermicelli with the peanut gravy that accompanies Malaysian satay.

    The sauce is sweet, savoury and spicy all at once, clinging on to smooth vermicelli and coating creamy slivers of pork liver as well as being absorbed deep into spongy slices of fried tau pok.

    It was this dish that caught the Michelin inspectors’ fancy and landed Shi Wei Da a spot in the Bib Gourmand selection of the MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2018.

    Cuttlefish is the one ingredient that is conspicuously absent in his rendition of satay bee hoon.

    He’s chosen to omit the relatively expensive seafood ingredient in order to keep his prices low.

    “I don’t think my food is very good. It’s okay.

    A line starts to form outside Shi Wei Da at 4.30pm

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Feng Shan Market and Food Centre
    Blk 85 Bedok North St 4, #01-41

    Operating Hours
    Open from 5pm till midnight

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: take away, lunch and supper

    Signature: satay bee hoon

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    Easy Noodle Bar



    Asian Tortellini & Other Fusion Noodle Dishes Along Foch Road

    Asian dishes, and I chanced upon this quaint little restaurant along Foch Road.

    Easy Noodle Bar is run by a married couple, Rachel and Glen who create dishes that please your palate.

    The couple wanted to establish a restaurant with a homely atmosphere, where the dishes served evoke feelings of comfort.

    So their dishes are made from scratch daily, just like a hearty homecooked meal.

    If you’re a fan of noodles and home-cooked Asian dishes, head over to Easy Noodles Bar for a heart-warming meal.

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    20 Foch Road, Singapore 209261

    Operating Hours
    Operating Hours: 11am - 12am (Mon - Sat), Closed On Sundays

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $10 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: lunch and dinner, take away

    Signature: Yang Chun Noodles, Tortellini,Lamb Foreshank

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    Janggut Laksa



    The Original Katong Laksa) tha is Only Available At The New Upper Paya Lebar Road Outlet.

    With a history dating all the way back to the 1940s, Janggut Laksa has relocated and expanded over the years, with the third store finally open at Upper Paya Lebar Road.

    Continue reading, because this newest store has something the other two do not — in addition to the signature original laksa, the new store also offers crayfish laksa

    The Janggut Laksa is certainly different from other laksas that I’ve been eating — the biggest change is the gravy. Instead of the usual thick gravy, the one served here is more of a soup; light and very easy to drink.

    To my amazement, the gravy was not spicy at all, with the chilli served on the side to save poor souls like me who can’t handle high levels of spice. Mix it in if you like your laksa spicy!

    The noodles were springy and the ingredients were all available in generous portions, with crunchy beansprouts and fresh prawns.

    Having now tried the authentic Katong laksa, I don’t think I’ll be able to settle for most laksas elsewhere. As with all the other Katong Laksa stalls out there, I was particularly fond of the fact that the noodles are cut short so that I can eat them with a spoon, that just means less stains on my shirt.

    If you’ve been craving for Katong laksa but haven’t had the time to go down to the other outlets, head to the newest outlet for your fix!

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    331 Upper Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 534949

    Operating Hours
    11am to 9pm daily
    Closed every alternate Tuesday

    Telephone
    +65 62039526

    AVERAGE PRICE: $5 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch and Dinner

    Signature: Crayfish Laksa,Janggut Laksa,Chicken Curry with Bread

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    Walaku



    ‘Grilled’ Nasi Lemak with a Luxurious Twist!

    Nasi lemak is a hearty local dish that is adored by Singaporeans.

    It has the perfect combination of flavours and textures — fluffy and fragrant coconut rice, sweet and spicy sambal as well as crunchy ikan belts.

    What’s not to love? Sure, we’ve all had various renditions of this dish, whether it be with beef rendang or a juicy fried chicken wing.

    But have you had a nasi lemak with lobster at Walaku before?

    Walaku is a Halal eatery that serves up traditional local dishes with a modern twist.

    They have opened three outlets so far, including two hawker stalls at Yishun and Bedok.

    We decided to pay their latest outlet, a brand new bistro at Joo Chiat Road, a visit.

    Walaku’s nasi lemak is exceptionally unique.

    They grill their coconut rice, which is tightly wrapped in a banana leaf.

    I’ll definitely visit Walaku again to try their other innovative dishes!

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    102 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427396

    Operating Hours
    11am to 9:30pm daily, closed on Monday.

    Telephone
    9781 7844

    AVERAGE PRICE: $7 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, dinner, takeaway, gathering

    Signature: Ayam Goreng Rempah, Nasi Lemak ‘Bakar’, Ikan Bakar Salmon

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    Ye Lai Xiang Tasty Barbecue



    Amazing Hainanese-style Western Food. One of the early hawker stalls to sell Hainanese-style western food in a hawker centre in the 1970s, you’ll be thoroughly satisfied with the food at Ye Lai Xiang Tasty Barbecue, but only if you manage your expectations.

    Ye Lai Xiang Tasty Barbecue is one of the many places on my to-visit list.

    It was located at Margeret Drive Food Centre before it relocated to Maxwell Food Centre 6 years ago.

    Mr Leong, who mans the stall with his wife, carries on the legacy of his father, who first started this food business in 1971.

    Ye Lai Xiang Tasty Barbecue serves up delectable Hainanese Western food that you should definitely try.

    Overall, Ye Lai Xiang Tasty Barbecue serves up pretty legitimate Hainanese Western food.

    I will be back to try their other dishes! I highly recommend the Chicken Cutlet if you haven’t tried it already!

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    1 Kadayanallur Street, Maxwell Food Centre, #01-94, Singapore 069184

    Operating Hours
    Mon-Fri: 12pm-2.30pm, 6pm-9.30pm, Closed on Sat & Sun

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $7 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, dinner, takeaway, gathering

    Signature: fish and chip,Mixed Grill,lamb chops,Angus beef

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    Thai Fusion Wanton Mee



    Young Hawker’s Delightful Twist on Tradition!

    As a 21-year-old, the weight and responsibilities of adulthood are slowly creeping up on me.

    But, while I’m still hopelessly clueless as to what I want to do with my life, next-gen hawker, Yeo Tian Haw, has got it all figured out!

    Tian Haw opened up Thai Fusion Wanton Mee with his childhood friend, Zi Jian, just four months ago.

    Not only is this Tian Haw’s first venture in the F&B industry, he’s also just 21 years old!

    The pair took on different part-time jobs before a trip to Thailand changed their lives forever.

    After falling in love with a bowl of Thai wanton mee, they decided to develop their own version!

    Overall, this was still a refreshing twist, and I didn’t find myself missing char siew! I’ve no complaints about the fried wantons which contain a pork mixture that is marinated with soy sauce, oyster sauce and pepper.

    These golden-brown delights were wonderfully crispy and very well-seasoned!

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    340 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Deli Kopi Stall, Singapore 560340

    Operating Hours
    10am to 8:30pm daily, closed on Mondays.

    Telephone
    9759 0007

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, dinner, takeaway, gathering

    Signature:Thai Wanton Noodle, Thai Fried Chicken Wing, Thai Wanton Soup

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    Chan Kwong Kee (S’pore) Roast Shop



    Brilliant Roast Meats! Loyang isn’t the most accessible place in Singapore.

    Located in the far, far east of the island, there isn’t a designated MRT station near the vicinity, the nearest being Pasir Ris.

    When someone mentions Loyang, there’s only one place that comes to my mind — the huge white and gold Loyang Tua Pek Kong temple that many devotees go to pray.

    Other than that, the estate is home to many industrial buildings and factories.

    Now, I’ll also think of something else whenever anyone asks me what’s there to do in Loyang.

    Located within the 64+4 Food Court that is just opposite the temple, Chan Kwong Kee (S’pore) Roast Shop, which, as the shop name suggests, sells a variety of roast meats.

    Chan Kwong Kee (S’pore) Roast Shop isn’t a ‘kept secret’. During lunchtime on weekdays, throngs of diners queue up patiently, waiting for their turn to sink their teeth into gorgeous roast meats.

    Each order of meat — roast duck, soya sauce chicken, char siew or crispy pork belly — comes with a generous side of very simple and lightly seasoned stewed cabbage which goes very well with the flavorful meat.

    Most of the patrons are workers working nearby, and the stall isn’t widely visited by the general public but if you do love yourself a good plate of roast meat and rice, you might want to pay the stall a visit.

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    #01-06 64+4 Food Court, 4A Loyang Lane, Singapore 508923

    Operating Hours
    Weekdays: 11.30am to 8pm, Saturdays: 11.30am to 3pm, closed on Sundays

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, dinner, takeaway, gathering

    Signature: Roasted Duck Rice, Char Siew Rice

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    Nam Seng Noodles



    Superb Venison Hor Fun by an 88 year old Aunty.

    88 year old Madam Leong Yuet Meng has been whipping up plates of scrumptious venison hor fun and wanton mee for more than half a century.

    She started as a canteen vendor at a school, before she set up her stall at the former Stamford Road National Library.

    For the past 20 odd years, she has been serving many white-collared workers in the CBD.

    The egg noodles are cooked to a very springy texture and have a good bite.

    Char siew here is the old-school kind, mostly lean meat, with a tinge of sweet tasting marinade.

    Remember to add some green chilli for that tanginess.

    Each plate of noodles is accompanied by a bowl of wanton soup, and the wantons are generously stuffed with meat.

    We heard the queue during lunch hour can be crazy, so it’s best to arrive earlier. Nam Seng also offers soy sauce chicken noodle, seafood hor fun, and another hot favourite, fried rice.

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    #01-01, Far East Square, 25 China Street, Singapore 049567

    Operating Hours
    Mon-Fri 8am to 7pm. Sat 8am to 2pm. Closed on Sundays.

    Telephone
    9689 6288 (Madam Leong)

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner, takeaway, gathering

    Signature: Nam Seng’s Venison Hor Fun

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    Teo Heng Teochew Porridge



    Teo Heng Teochew Porridge is a favourite amongst Teochew Porridge fans and this venerable stall at the Hong Lim Food Centre

    is always packed from the time they start selling at 7am till they run out of fish at around 1 to 2pm.

    Ask a handful of people where to eat the best Teochew Porridge in Singapore and most of them will point you to this particular stall.

    At the heart of the stall is a Teochew Ah Pek who has been dishing out hawker food for 60 years. Mr Liew started selling food at the age of 17 and can still be seen serving Teochew Muay at this stall. The old man still looked remarkably fit and still has a keen mind.

    Perhaps mom was right after all and eating fish is good for your brains!

    A good bowl of Teochew Porridge has got to have just the right proportion of water and rice.

    The Teochew Muay connoiseur can tell you immediately if a particular Teochew Muay stall is worth eating at by just eyeing the bowl of porridge.

    Firstly, what we want to see is the “Swa ga Hai” (Mountain and Sea) which basically means that the porridge is watery but not overly watered down.

    Secondly, the rice must remain whole and unbroken. The best Teochew Muay places throw away the pot of porridge when the rice breaks.

    If you love Teochew Porridge, this is one of those stalls that you just have to visit because you can’t really discuss Teochew Porridge if you have not eaten here. It’s too bad I got there after 1pm so the steamed fish have all sold out.

    Many of my kakis tell me those are the die die must try dishes!

    I promise, it’s worth the wait.

    Go early to avoid disappointment.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    #01-25 Hong Lim Food Centre , Singapore

    Operating Hours
    7am to 2pm daily. Closed on Sundays.

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast, Lunch,

    Signature: Mix Vegetable Rice or Porridge

 

 

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