People tend to check in during these times:
Nothing special.. or i don't know. Same as other hawker.
One of the older hdb estates. Small shops, wet market and a small stadium nearby
Try hill street chao kuay teow.
ATMs. POSB/DBS, UOB & OCBC cash-dispensing machines all round. POSB near main Bedok South Rd, the rest near 7-Eleven @ Blk 18
Vegetarian options: tahu goreng, prata, Indian rojak, beancurd, vegetarian beehoon, bao, yong tau foo, yu tiao, putu mayam, thosai, lontong, rojak, kaya toast, pancake, fried carrot cake
Nasi malaysia yummy2
Chai tow kway: The style fr Original Changi Ten Mile Fried Carrot Cake #01-45 is slightly burnt. Playful crispy bits. Uncle has long history, serving CTK since 80s @ Somapah Village along Changi Rd
Cheap teochew muay, $10 for 3pax
Tong fong fatt chicken rice!
The kway chap stall (there's only one I think) is very good. Piquant tangy chili and just the right amt of sweetness to the dark sauce. Can give the bedok central kway chap a run for its money.
Best Youtiao ever!!!
Fish ball noodle and the Hokkien mee. Fish head soup stall not bad too...
Hill Street Fried Kway Teow & Hock Seng Choon Fish Ball Kway Teow Mee are the 2 most popular stalls here. Having tried both stalls personally, I feel they are very worth queueing for.
Braved the queue (not me, hehe) @ Hill Street Char Kway Teow and was rewarded with silky smooth CKT that's really quite yummy. It's more to savory than sweet tho.
Bak chor mee: Con job fr Bedok Minced Meat Noodles #01-23. For $3, a bowl of noodles, 2 fried wantans, & a bowl of diluted minced meat + 1 meatball
01-48 still sells traditional beancurd. Choose non sugar for a healthier choice!
Nasi Rawon at Pondok Wak Nah is power!!!
Nasi Rawon is nice.
Guan Heng wonton noodles, baby!
economical bee hoon @ Ban Seng Choon is a long-time favorite
The hawker centre / wet market will be closed for a year for upgrading works.
Tham Kee Cooked Food, simple, tasty fare that's often sold out by 1plus pm. Try the spicy sweet potato leaves, steamed fish.
The Fried Kway Tiao is also very crowded during lunch time. Its very popular and tasty! Too bad I don't know how to appreciate.
Shi Jia Le has pretty good prawn mee.
Try the Nasi Malaysia, very nice and delicious, can eat individually or in group at a resonable price...so SEDAP!!
Chee Cheong Fun from Bedok South market (opposite TJC) - tender n not stingy on sauce :)
Must try the award winning xin xi chwee kueh
Kway chap here damn tasty. Mmm.
Hill Street Char Kway Teow, Hock Seng Choon Fishball Noodles. The former once a month if you want to preserve your arteries and the latter, I recommend the Kway Teow in Soup.
Cha Kway Teow how to try? Long queue, no one take order properly, people cut queue, And food overrated ! Worst, the lady face long long rude too!
Try the stall, Lao San Xiao Chi.
fish soup always taste so good. ....
Hock Seng Choon since late 70s till now still as good as ever. Duck rice is pretty good too. Kway chap pls avoid, overcharge and so-so only
Kangkong cuttlefish a must try!!!
Hock Seng Choon Fishball kway teow mee is superb.
hill street char kway teow, fishball noodle, niu ji prawn noodle, fried rice chicken chop.
Wong Porridge #01-245, fried rice with chic chop & egg is worth a try.
The duck rice is awesome , must try !
Try the duck rice. Gd
The mee soto here still power..
Try the Penang char koey teow,surely u'll love it!!
try the prawn mee!
Wah Kee Cooked Food cuttlefish kangkong very nice ! Quite generous with mango strip..however price increase liao now cheapest $3,the sauce is also too sweet
Hock seng choon fishball is very good but the noodles leave much to be desired.
It's near to the clinic I always visit when I'm sick. The pork porridge is a must have as it's cheap and yummy at $2.50
Spaghetti not al dente. No real bacon. Self service.
Rojak is the best!!! :D
Cheng tng v nice @ only $1.20
Bedok South Niu Ji Prawn Noodles.. Nicee