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    Everyday Food - Mix Economic Rice / Curry Rice

    China Street Hainanese Curry Rice at Maxwell Food Centre



    Maxwell Food Centre,
    1, Kadayanallur Street,
    #01-68, Singapore, 069184.
    Saturday - Thursday:
    11.30am - 7.30pm.





    One of the most go-to stalls for authentic Hainanese flavours, the crowd here goes crazy for the pork chop that has had its crispy skin soaked in the bold flavours of Hainanese curry gravy. The curry is served in excess, drenching your entire plate in more-ish curry flavours. You know that a stall serves great curry rice when you don't need to pick extravagant dishes to go with it, a simple order of fried eggs, with a serving of fried pork or fish or even plain old sardine in spicy sauce with the absolutely delicious Chap Chye (stewed cabbage) and a serving of rice would be enough impetus for a second, third, forth, fifth or tenth visit. Folks working in the area will soon be finding yourselves at this joint for lunch frequently.

    Top tip:

    Instead of spending your booze money on expensive sliders and chic restaurants all the time, consider having a simple dinner here before heading up to Club Street for a drink or two, which is just a slope up from the entrance nearest to the stall.
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    Hong Seng Curry Rice - Redhill Food Center

    Hong Seng Curry Rice
    at Redhill Food Centre




    85, Redhill Lane, #01-74, Singapore, 150085.
    Opening hours :
    Monday – Wednesday: 11am – 11pm.
    Friday – Sunday: 11am – 11pm




    One of the best-known stalls in the neighbourhood, the curry served here is a little more on the spicy side, giving it an extra push and making the whole plate even more irresistible. For folks who like it a little hot, this is the stall for you. Instead of the usual regular fried eggs, they also serves up good slices of Chye-Poh Neng (pickled radish omelette). If the spiciness in the curry is not satisfying enough, order up some perfectly cooked squid served in a spicy sauce with onions.

    Noisy in the mornings, by afternoon it quietens down enough to have lunch on your own. Grab a satisfying and quiet late lunch here in the afternoon with a cup of fresh soy milk, then head over to Tiong Bahru for a cup of coffee, a slice of cake and some light reading – a good plan for a relaxing day.
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    Cheng’s 27 Curry Rice

    Cheng’s 27 Curry Rice



    27 Yong Siak St,
    Singapore 168654
    Tel : +65 6223 7883
    10am – 3.30pm,
    5.30pm – 9.30pm
    daily, close on Tues

    Cheng Delicacies is tucked in a "secluded" area in Tiong Bahru. When you reach the restaurant, you'll find that the place seems quite "laid back". The big sign board that says "Authentic Hainanese Curry Rice" sticks out prominently from one of the shophouse pillars.

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    New Scissor-Cut Curry Rice at Geylang Lorong 35

    New Scissor-Cut Curry Rice at Geylang Lorong 35



    669 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389596
    Tel : 6842 0690
    Opens everyday : 10AM - 3:45AM






    Serving a well-known style of Hainanese curry rice, the name comes from pair of scissors used by a skilled server to cut up big pieces of meat (or squid) before serving the customer's plate.

    Sitting in a quiet little corner off the chaotic streets of Geylang, you can spot it by the bold signboards that bare the stall's name, just off Lorong 35. For those who don't really fancy curries, this joint also offers a signature dark sauce as a gravy for your plate. Otherwise, the curry served is also good for those who don't take spiciness well, being comparatively mild and less gooey without compromising on flavour. So if you prefer a less sticky texture to your curry, this is a place to visit.
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    Eleven Finger (Eu Kee) Scissors Curry Rice 十一指剪刀剪咖喱饭

    Eleven Fingers (Eu Kee) Scissors Curry Rice
    十一指剪刀剪咖喱饭




    Rong Liang Ge Eating House
    Queen Street,
    Blk 269B, #01-235,
    Singapore 180269
    Open : 1130am to 330am
    Tel : 9826 1464



    Populated with lunchtime crowd, you can identify Eu Kee from its snaking lunch time queue so you might want to avoid it during peak hour.

    It’s a decent place to get your curry rice fix – they’ll generously rain three different types of sauces for their perfect curry gravy combination that is thick, dark and rich. The selection of ingredients are pretty basic: fried egg, fried pork chop, chap chye, egg, curry chicken, braised meat/ tao pok.

    All the items come together as one beautiful mess, having all basic elements of a good curry rice.


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    Toa Payoh Scissors Cut Curry Rice 大巴窑八巷 剪刀剪咖呖饭



    Toa Payoh Scissors Cut Curry Rice 大巴窑八巷 剪刀剪咖呖饭
    210 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh,
    Toa Payoh Lorong Market & Food Centre,
    Singapore 310210




    Toa Payoh’s curry rice deviates from the traditional kind as it offers a much wider variety of dishes.

    One can find hash browns, steamed eggs and minced meat balls in the selection, which is usually very sparse in variety in the case of more traditional Hainanese curry rice stores.
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    Tian Tian Curry Rice 天天海南咖喱饭



    116 Bukit Merah View
    #01-253 Henly Huat Drinks Food Court
    Singapore 151116
    Tel : +65 91096732
    Opening : 09:00am - 09:00pm


    Last edited by Ghost; 21st February 2017 at 02:29 PM.

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    Havelock Hainanese Curry Rice - 乌桥头海南咖喱饭



    #01-70 Sims Vista Market and Food Centre,
    Blk 49 Sims Place, Singapore 380049
    Daily: 09:00 - 21:00



    This is one of the old style Hainanese curry rice that still taste like those of the 60s and 70s. Best is the deep fried crispy bah pa (thick flour coated thinly sliced lean pork) is a must, together with the cabbage. Other nice toppings like braised pork belly, curry chicken wings, fried eggs, chili prawns. All are then top with the typical starchy Hainanese curry and other gravies. Delicious morning fare.
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    No Name Beo Crescent Curry Rice



    Beo Crescent’s Hainanese Curry Rice
    Blk 40 Beo Crescent
    7am to 3pm
    Off: Wed




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    Jurong West Hainanese Scissors Curry Rice



    Jurong West Hainanese Scissors Curry Rice
    Jurong West 505 Market & Food Centre,
    505 Jurong West Street 52, Singapore 640505



 

 

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