85 Bedok North Street 4
85 Fengshan Centre
Singapore 460085

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๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿœ Yummy prawn noodles (S$5). Ordered the dry version which comes with a bowl of soup. Mix of yellow noodles and thin bee hoon with a few prawns and topped with fried shallots. The soup is flavourful rich in taste. Would definitely eat this again ๐Ÿ˜‹.

Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles (01-26)
85 Fengshan Market & Food Centre
Blk 85 Bedok North Street 4
Singapore 460085

Thai Style Steamed Sea Bass using Frozen Sea bass from ๐—”๐—–๐—˜ ๐—™๐—ถ๐˜€๐—ต๐—บ๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐—ธ๐—ฒ๐˜ ๐ŸŸ๐ŸŸ

โœ…Sustainable Eco-friendly farm cleaned & filtered seawater . Their farm raised naturally with no antibotic and no hormone with pure ocean fresh.

1 x 600 โ€“ 800 g sea bass โ€“ cleaned and gutted
2 stalks lemongrass โ€“ pound gently with back of knife to release aroma

8 cloves garlic โ€“ minced
1 to 2 red bird eye chilli โ€“ chopped (seed removed for lesser heat)
2 stalks lemongrass โ€“ remove outer layer, slice thinly
3 stalks coriander stems โ€“ chopped
Juice from 3 to 4 large limes
3 tbsp fish sauce
1 tbsp sugar
Few dashes white pepper
200 ml chicken stock

Large pinch of torn coriander leaves โ€“ chopped
1 stalk green onion โ€“ chopped


โ€ข Use a knife and make 3 to 4 shallow cuts on the flesh of the fish. This will allow the meat to cook evenly.

โ€ข Place fish on a large heatproof plate and stuff the lemongrass into the belly of the fish.

โ€ข Bring water to boil in a large steamer and carefully the fish into it. Steam over high heat for 8 to 10 mins depending on the size of the fish. Mine was done is 9 mins.

โ€ข In a medium pot, add all the ingredients for the sauce and bring to boil. Taste and adjust with more seasoning if needed. The flavor profile should be tart, spicy and umami-rich.

โ€ข When the fish is ready, remove the lemongrass transfer the fish onto a large serving plate.

โ€ข Pour the sauce all over the fish, garnish with coriander and spring onions. Serve immediately.

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๐Ÿ˜ Prawn & pork fried oyster cake (S$3.50). No oyster inside though as I chose the prawn and pork option. Got it just freshly fried, so it was crispy on the outside. Lots of meat stuffed inside with a few prawns. It was slightly oily though.

Fu Zhou Oyster Cake (01-39)
Fengshan Market & Food Centre
85 Bedok North Street 4
Singapore 460085

This bowl of hot tang yuan from Ah Balling Peanut shop at Fengshan Market really hits the spot in the cold and rainy weather. You get to choose from various flavours of tang yuan, including green bean and yam which is more uncommon, as well as a choice of the soup (ginger, peanut or almond milk). Prices vary depending on number of tang yuan but generally affordable ranging from 2-3 dollars for 3-5 tang yuan per bowl! Their sesame tang yuan was particularly good and fragrant.


This is a HUGE WARNING that If you do try to buy from this shop during the peak hour, especially on the weekends, be prepared for a 1-2 hour wait. I bought this and it took about 1h15 minutes my order. I realised it was not because the stingray wasnโ€™t done, but the vegetables. So by the time I brought the stingray home, it was not as hot as it shouldโ€™ve been. Nonetheless, Chan BBQ has been featured on social media plenty, resulting in their widespread popularity compared to the other BBQ stalls there. The stingray was huge and meaty which honestly took me by surprise, I was afraid they would kinda cheat me out of. And give me a smaller stingray. The sambal when drizzled with lime was still on the drier side, and Iโ€™d prefer it to be slightly wetter with my stingray. Perhaps this would be different when served physically on a sizzling hot plate. Nonetheless sambal was really spicy and good, and generous at that! It was overall a good meal other than the waiting time and haphazard service.

From Sin Bedok North BBQ Chicken Wings Store at 85 Fengshan Centre. From what I know, there are 3 stalls which sell grilled chicken wings here. The most famous sells it at $1.30/pc. This and another stall sells it at $1.40/pc. Safe to say that I canโ€™t tell much difference in terms of taste - after all itโ€™s a dish that is pretty hard to go wrong. At least for this stall, their chicken was hot, grilled and beautifully charred. It was 10c more than another stall but there wasnโ€™t a queue, although they gave me a heads up that I had to wait for 30 minutes (probably means theyโ€™re quite famous too right?๐Ÿ˜‚). I guess my only gripe is that their chilli wasnโ€™t served with lime. Not sure if itโ€™s because itโ€™s a takeaway and they forgot to give, or they genuinely donโ€™t have it with their chicken. Unfortunately, lime would really add another layer of flavour to grilled chicken wings which I utterly adore. Nonetheless dipping the chicken with chilli only is suffice as well, because its just simple deliciousness.