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Dunman Road Food Centre

Food Court, Beer Garden, and Food
Marine Parade, Singapore
  • Angeline L.
    "Dunman Road Char Siew Wanton Mee is cheap and delicious #02-19"(34 Tips)
    Stephanie T.
    "The fruit juice stall at 2nd level serves damn nice avocado juice!"(14 Tips)
    Nicholas T.
    "place order of : Seng's Wanton Noodle"(4 Tips)
    Wilfred Koh
    "The Heng Heng Prawn Mee and the 阿成 Wantan Mee also nice! :)"(9 Tips)
80 Tips and reviews
  • wonton noodles
  • stall
  • seafood
  • sengs
  • prawn mee
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  • Sapasapa C.
    Sapasapa ChaiJanuary 6
    The black bean paste fry fish head does not look nice at all but once started never can stop. I almost finish the monster bowl of rice if I didn't pull hand brakes.
  • Ting
    TingMarch 21, 2015
    Came here at night and left disappointed.Out of the 5 items tried,only Rojak n the Prawn noodle soup r at best average,the rest - Fried Hokkien prawn noodles, Popiah n Satay r mediocre. Don't bother.
  • Lesley J.
    Lesley JohnApril 23, 2011
    Forget what everyone says about the wanton mee downstairs. 2nd floor better, who gives a shit if it's the original or not. Wash it down with a cactus juice from the stall next door.
  • Elizabeth L.
    Elizabeth LeeFebruary 11, 2015
    Wanton mee near the ok! 蒸好味 is really delicious and yummy. As is ok! 蒸好味 with their steamed song fish head and other zhi char dishes.
  • Doreen K.
    Doreen KohDecember 12, 2010
    I'm not anyway related to either stalls but had been eating Eng's wanton noodle since 80s. Eng's is the original stall & that level 2 stall is a FAKE. That's the history.
  • Edward Y.
    Edward YongOctober 27, 2010
    If the spicy wanton noodles is too much foe you, do visit Ken's Delight at level 1. It offers a wide variety of desserts to soothe your tongue.
  • Sandra T.
    Sandra TanJune 25, 2013
    The Popiah n Nonya Steam Fish Head is a must try !! Cannot be missed. Cheap n Good !! Thumbs up!
  • Peili P.
    Peili PohOctober 13, 2010
    Eng wanton noodle is nice but e chili is very spicy. U may want to order without chili n get e chili later on separately
  • Jarrett O.
    Jarrett OllieOctober 16, 2014
    Lau Hong Ser Rojak, short waiting period, amazing price, best quantity and seductive taste, must try!!!!
  • Eli K.
    Eli KDecember 29, 2010
    Never eat the wanton mee upstairs. It's a fraud. The one downstairs is the original.the old man cooks them. Awesome wanton mee
  • Jonathan L.
    Jonathan LimMarch 9, 2015
    This stall serves very nice hand made soon kueh & chee cheong fun.
  • KC K.
    KC KooFebruary 5, 2015
    Stalls to go:Lau Hong Ser Rojak #02-14 (Rojak, youtiao)Heng Heng Prawn Mee Soup #02-12 (Prawn Mee with pig tail)
  • KC K.
    KC KooFebruary 5, 2015
    Stalls to go:Lau Hong Ser Rojak #02-14 (Rojak, youtiao)Heng Heng Prawn Mee Soup #02-12 (Prawn Mee with pig tail)
  • Bhan L.
    Bhan LamSeptember 8, 2012
    Century egg porridge comes with meatballs @$3! Dragon city clay pot frog.
  • Ludacus
    LudacusJuly 27, 2011
    The fish soup in the basement is really not bad. Healthy but tasty! Try it the next time you are here :)
  • Debbie N.
    Debbie NgApril 1, 2011
    Upper floor food is ace. Tau pok, prawn mee, bbq cockles, frog leg porridge, ou jian, wanton mee GO.
  • Ludacus
    LudacusDecember 20, 2009
    Dunman rd char siew wan ton meeis da bomb but be sure to go easy on the chilli ... it's bloody hot!
  • Vivian L.
    Vivian LeeDecember 19, 2012
    Yummy carrot cake and fried oyster! Still waiting for my rojak... Can't find Eng Wonton Noodles though! Think no more...
  • Pierre F.
    Pierre FongNovember 30, 2009
    Eng's wanton mee is excellent! it's a must try. you can find him at the lower level. but be careful, his chili is very spicy.
  • Jonathan L.
    Jonathan LimJanuary 9, 2011
    Try the gong bao frog porridge in the second level, last stall of the front row of stalls.
  • Edward Y.
    Edward YongOctober 27, 2010
    Try the Wanton Mee at 2nd floor. The super hot chili will make you keep coming back.
  • viiinz T.
    viiinz TanJanuary 7, 2011
    Wanton mee wanton mee wanton the western at 2nd level isn't too bad as well
  • (Jeffrey) T.
    Wanton mee - die die must try. There are two stalls, both are wonderful!
  • Jonathan L.
    Jonathan LimOctober 12, 2013
    The original Ang Moh Wanton Mee has moved here renamed as Joo Chiat Ah Huat Wanton Noodle stall no. #01-04
  • Ed L.
    Ed LeeJanuary 22, 2011
    Old man wantan mee is nice, I agree,... But inconsistent standard I would say..
  • Stephanie T.
    Stephanie TangMarch 19, 2010
    The fruit juice stall at 2nd level serves damn nice avocado juice!
  • Sally O.
    Sally OnMarch 9, 2011
    The rojak rocks! The long queue is really worth the wait!
  • K T.
    K TanJanuary 5, 2012
    Great duckrice, rojak (after 4.37pm!), springroll and dessert!
  • Isaiah T.
    Isaiah Tan Wei-AnJanuary 16, 2011
    Try calling in advance for Rojak you will save alot of time !
  • Daniel Y.
    Daniel YaoApril 3, 2012
    Wanton mee is too little even if you ordered big size. Overrated lah!
  • Patrick L.
    Patrick LeeJanuary 4, 2012
    Charcoal grill satay, BBQ chicken wings, otah & cockles at this store #02-21
  • Angeline L.
    Angeline LawsonMarch 15, 2015
    Dunman Road Char Siew Wanton Mee is cheap and delicious #02-19
  • Wilfred Koh
    Wilfred KohApril 29, 2011
    The Heng Heng Prawn Mee and the 阿成 Wantan Mee also nice! :)
  • Eunice T.
    Eunice TanSeptember 22, 2011
    Must eat food are wanton mee, duck rice, Rojak, frog leg porridge and ah yee shun kuay
  • Barnabas K.
    Barnabas KohMay 12, 2012
    The tekong coffee store at second storey makes very nice coffee!
  • Julyan L.
    Julyan LeeOctober 7, 2010
    Skip the popiah!!! It's TERRIBLE!!! :( $1.30 for one? I've tasted much better!
  • Chris N.
    Chris NgSeptember 23, 2010
    02-28 hokkien mee is not bad when the queue for the rojak is super long!
  • Celeste
    CelesteOctober 20, 2010
    Eng's wonton mee awesome. Chilli superb. No fried wontons though :(
  • Wen L.
    Wen LiangNovember 24, 2011
    The frog leg And wanton mee THE BEST!!! Must TRY!! :)
  • Ellice T.
    Ellice TanJuly 28, 2011
    must try the soursop jelly from the dessert store...
  • Daniel P.
    Daniel PohMarch 17, 2011
    The rojak here is famous and one of the best in Singapore
  • Mamot R.
    Mamot ReyesOctober 5, 2010
    Try the western food upsatairs. They're fgreat. Higashi nishi cuisine
  • Johnny @.
    Johnny @homeJune 4, 2014
    Turn right from Still Road to Koon Seng Road.....Drive straight to Dunman Road....There you go!!!!
  • dennis t.
    dennis tangSeptember 1, 2013
    porridge stall is good and value for money
  • Wallace P
    Wallace PMarch 1, 2012
    Level 1's Eng's Wanton Mee and Soon Kueh! Level 2's Rojak and Prawn Mee!
  • Nicholas N.
    Nicholas NgFebruary 5, 2011
    The fried oyster, carrot cake is very nice here ha ha ha
  • Wilson T.
    Wilson TanNovember 4, 2011
    Soya sauce fish head stall 20. Give it a shot.
  • EV L.
    EV LowFebruary 15, 2011
    Eng.'s Wanton Mee is the best! Look for it downstairs
  • Matthew G.
    Matthew GideonMay 26, 2014
    The frog leg porridge is worth a go!
  • Barnabas K.
    Barnabas KohMay 12, 2012
    Coffee store is is nice and cheaper than outside
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