Zichar. Hong Yun #01-61 fires up mediocre zichar rice dishes. Non-existent vege, 2 prawns, $4
Vegetarian options: lontong, rojak, tau kwa pau (stuffed fried beancurd), beancurd, local pastries, fruits, local desserts, pancakes, curry puff, soon kueh, ku chai kueh, goreng pisang, bread toast
Excellent mutton soup at Hougang Jing Jia Mutton soup stall 01-123...Tucked at the back row, away from the main road.
Try #01-112 for the caramelised char siew. Soft and tasty. Highly recommended
#01-166 Hougang Otah: Do not patronize as the uncle is rude. I merely asked if the otah is warm (as we were going to eat it there), he gave me a scolding saying even people who buy 100 don't ask.
must try the YiJi fried hokkien mee! always long queue! instead of using thick beehoon, it uses the thin bee hoon as last time it uses the thin one, must try!
Char kway teow and lor mee worth the super long Q.
Too many good food here to recommend.
Juice stall #01-80, #01-88 "unkai teppanyaki and japanese cuisine" are the best.
Nice and affordable local food
Awesome prawn mee soup Albert Street and lor mee
Just go in the morning and follow the queues. Plenty to choose from.
Prawn noodles soup!
All the oldies but goodies local food. May this place never be redeveloped!
Checkout upstairs for tailors, laundry service, hardware supplies, stationeries, clothes, toys, shoes, watch repair, lots more... or just for some kay poh fun.
Must try ....
Soursop juice, beef noodles, Rojas, satay, western, pasta, prawn mee and wanton mee
Nam Sing Hokkien Mee: One of the top few fried hokkien mee stalls in Singapore. The delicious broth stands out, be prepared for long waiting time during peak hours.
Xin Mei Xiang Lor Mee: Be prepared to queue and be rewarded for your patience with a delicious bowl of lor mee that i rate as one of the best in Singapore.
Steamboat steam fish very yummy.
Try out Xin Xin Yong Tau Foo #01-07 for a healthy, hearty home made YTF
I live nearby. Go here at least 3 times a week. Great hawker food at best price in town.
How can you not love this place? Ask the good hawker dishes are well represented here. You seriously can't go wrong.
All the local delicacies!! Go before 630 to find good seats (with fan nearby) for dinner
Wang Wang Crispy Curry Puff #01-126. Thin flakey crispy pastry. Shiok. Must try!
Lady at Cho Kee noodle at old airport road market is super rude and snaps at customers. I will not go back. Even for hawker food, bad service has no place here unless you like being treated badly!!!
Lovely briyani rice from Mama Recipe #01-18. They cook their yummy lamb rendang till tenderly soft. Biz owner always friendly.
Lao fu zhi fried koay teow is super delicious! 😋 Must queue quite long though.
Joo chiat teochew porridge is a rare find in Singapore. Great tasting braised items n fresh fish in teochew steam style.
Plenty of good food at affordable price.
#01-76 soo kee minced meat noodles really not nice, if its not the popular one closed today i wont even eat this, not much ingredients n taste the ingredients are so pathetic for their mince meat nood
DIY popiah: Fortune Food #01-94 sells handmade (actually central kitchen) popiah skin ($15/kg), ground peanuts, crispy bits, chilli sauce, etc to host ur own popiah party @ home. They deliver too!
Pasta manna 's carbonara is my fav ....restaurant quality but hawker price ...only $6...fast in serving aso
Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow. Always long queue. $4, $5 $8 or $10. Black or white. At #01-12 (老夫子炒粿條).
One of the best parts of SG for me. Vast food and drink selection at ultra affordable prices with a local feel. One thing is for sure, you won't be able to eat all the food you want to!
One of the few if not the best Hawker centers still in existence in Singapore. Lao Fu Zi char kuay teow quite close to the Malaysian style. Hope some traditions here get preserved
Nice hawker centre with many delicious food, especially prawn noodle is the must.
Prawn Mee is a must try here.
Just had some paus for lunch. Skin is soft n fillings are succulent. First row next to wanton mee. A gd snack to have before or after wanton mee.
Stalls 01-07, 01-12, 01-32, 01-116 and 01-135 are the most famous! Get in early as they close when they sell out!
Pasta Risotto #01-09 makes good tomato-based pasta!
Handmade chee cheong fun at #01-155 is a must try! Especially now that they have new items on the menu. Pig liver, egg, century egg, otah etc
Lao ban bean curd, black carrot cake facing the road.
Fairly standard hawker center with a big selection of more Chinese and Singapore type flavors. I wish there were a few Indian options, but what is here is pretty good. Good seafood.
Local desserts. Dessert Hut of People's Park Centre fame has a stall here #01-115, selling my fave warm desserts such as black sesame paste (zhi ma hu), white almond paste & cheng tng
Char kway teow. I prefer the sweeter, complete taste @Lao Fu Zi #01-12. The lap cheong (Chinese sausage) @Dong Ji #01-138 had a musty smell & its less tasty dish was not worth queuing for