The Bedok Marketplace

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The revamp of your good ol' kampung bedok hawker. Taken over by the people from BC Food Concept (which stands for Bark Cafe located at Changi Chapel & Museum), these group of guys have seriously taken a huge step into creating a food centre that is not your typical hawker. With great range of food choices and creatively crafted dishes, you would be sure to satisfy your cravings!

348 Bedok Road
Singapore 469560

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11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

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The sambal stingray was slightly spicy with a hint of sweetness. And you wont regret ordering the salad youtiao 😋 which is crispy and delicious!

By learning from the master chicken rice, himself, Ms Leong has now perfected the Sin Kee recipe and original taste which you can now get it at The Bedok Marketplace.

This plate of chicken rice ($3.90) has the makings of being a great one with the fragrant ginger garlic infused rice, the condiments of ginger and garlic and the spicy chilli sauce. The poached chicken is lightly drizzled with a soya sauce mixture upon serving to give it a nice umami savouriness to the overall flavour.
✨ Sin Kee Simpang Bedok
📍 348 Bedok Road, Level 2, The Bedok Marketplace, Singapore 469560
🍴 [Self Funded]

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[哇烤 Skewer Bar] Recent yakitori experience #2

Was convinced to give the place a shot when I witness the Chef painstakingly cooking these precious skewers on a hot grill.
Beaming with approval, the succulent chicken thigh skewer could almost pass off as foie gras for 5 seconds - that flavour and tenderness was applaudable. Then the well textured duck meat ball; whatever went into the meat ball mixture produced some beautifully handmade ones.
There is an option of a mix and match set with 7 skewers or fixed set of 8 items (skewers and sides) for $13; both of which I will be back for. Maybe with an order from the neighbouring burning oak for comparison sake? 😬🙊

P.s: how could I forget that non descript lookin balachan that packed a punch


Liang’s wanton mee is good, but it’s minced pork mee soup is better! Reminds me of the famous Fengshan market’s!

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Their pho ($6) and braised pork with rice ($5.5) are very authentic.

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The beef is the medium raw type that is usually put in Vietnamese pho so there is a very authentic taste to eat, but the meatballs are not very nice. Still recommend it though, very affordable.