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Recommended lists for Hawker Food

Recommended lists of Best Hawker Food in Singapore, 2019
Burpple Guides, Hawker Food Tastemakers Guide to Best Hawkers in Chinatown From utterly satisfying curry chicken cutlet noodles made for cheat day breakfasts to the tenderest of soy sauce chicken and a ma la xiang guo stall that delivers flavours sans queues, this guide is packed with a treasure trove of foodie finds. Dress down, and go hungry!
Burpple Guides, Hawker Food Tastemakers Guide To Seah Im Food Centre This month, our Burpple Tastemakers bring their insatiable appetites southwards to Seah Im Food Centre. Once a hangout for weekend Sentosa-goers, this foodie gem near HarbourFront Bus Interchange lost quite a bit of attention when Sentosa started its train services. That's not to say that it's lost its appeal — the place is still packed to the brim most days, especially during weekday lunch hours. As our Tastemakers soon realised, Seah Im is quite the treasure trove for budget-friendly eats, with many choice picks averaging at $3 a plate. From uber addictive ayam penyet to after 4:30pm curry puffs (yes, it's a thing!) and a stellar braised duck rice, there's plenty to fill up on here.
Burpple Guides, Hawker Food Tastemakers Guide To Tiong Bahru Market This month, our Burpple Tastemakers hit up a tried-and-tested treasure trove of local eats — the recently renovated Tiong Bahru Market! This hawker stalwart boasts a staggering variety of favourites and in true Tastemaker fashion, our bona fide foodies steadily ate their way through them all. From super shiok char siew worth waiting for to award-winning chicken rice and soft, silky tau huay, there's plenty of inspiration packed into this guide to ready you for your next visit here.
Burpple Guides, Hawker Food Tastemakers Guide to Serangoon Garden Market In this edition of Tastemaker Guides, our Burpple Tastemakers brought their insatiable appetites to Serangoon Garden Market and ate their way through the gems the hawker centre has to offer. From old-school bread buns worth setting your alarm for to velvety smooth beancurd and a stellar fish maw soup, there's plenty reason to head to the north-east. Happy feasting!

Top 10 Places for Hawker Food

Top 10 places for Hawker Food

Latest Reviews for Hawker Food

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Hawker Food

I did not have very high expectations of Koryori Hayashi (#01-11), the humble looking Japanese stall on the 1st storey of Amoy Street Food Centre. So
imagine my surprise when the Mentaiko Pasta ($7.50) turned out to be packed with umami and really delicious❤️ A generous dollop of Mentaiko is added to the pasta and I like that the sauce is creamy and flavourful, but not jelat:) So good!

PRICE: $7.98 (after Kopitiam card discount) for 1 portion of sweet potato noodles, 3 slices of pork belly, mock fish maw, beancurd sheet, kang kong.

Previously I was charged $7 (after Kopitiam card discount) for 2 portions of noodles (sweet potato noodles and instant noodles), pork belly, mock fish maw, beancurd sheet.

The lady simply put my whole plate on the scale regardless of item type and punched a few numbers on the machine.

WAITING TIME: 20 minutes

SPICE LEVEL: Requested for a level between medium and high and it was just nice for me. Quite salty this time though.

Tried the nonya chap chye, fried pork chop, ngoh hiang, lor bak, curry chicken wing and fried egg over rice drenched with curry sauce, lor (braised sauce) and a tad bit of chilli. The end result was simply HEAVENLY - comfort food that leaves your mouth exploding with umami and your belly so satisfied and so so happy. (Your pocket will also thank you - 2 plates with total 7 ingredients for $9.40??)

The show stunner was the ngoh hiang which was packed full of minced meat and lots of water chestnut, giving it a crunchy bite. Another shout out goes to the chap chye which was stewed to a perfect softness but not compromising on flavour. Last but not least, I HAVE to rave about the curry. It was thick and creamy yet not too surfeiting with just the right amount of coconut milk.

Pro tips:
1. FORGET YOUR DIET, get rice with all 3 sauces and enjoy this plate of curry rice on roids :)
2. There may be a queue but it moves really fast and it is totally worth queueing for.

Just glad it's finally a TGIF moment. Need to fuel up before grading 140 scripts. .
La Ayam Parotta is essentially very crispy prata that uses handpulled chicken as its main ingredient 😘 accompanied by capsicum, chinese wong bok, and mozarella cheese. The chicken bits are nice and tender and not too much like in martabak. Unlike prata which you usually dip into curry, you don't really have to dip this into anything as the ingredients are cooked in a savoury sauce that has hints of mustard (or wasabi? haha) which goes very well with the handpulled chicken. Really love this.
🏠 Springleaf Prata Place
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Am not a big fan of beef noodles but Hock Lam serves one of the best versions in town. They are super generous with their beef balls too...I counted 8! (And I’m not complaining 😜)

The custom of Lei cha actually began in the Three Kingdoms period or even Han Dynasty. Amazing. Didn't know it had such a long history. It is very popular among Hakka people.
Hakka Lei Cha is a low fat, low cholesterol diet ideal for body detoxification and weight management. The highlight is the green soup with flavours of basil and mint that is served on the side.The rice was topped with peanuts and a variety of vegetables like cabbage, green beans and choy sim.
Featuring the Lei Cha from Thunder Tea Rice. Enjoyed the fresh crunchy vegetables with crispy nuts. I usually will pour the soup into the rice and enjoy it together. ==============================
Thunder Tea Rice
📍Toa Payoh HDB Hub
📍BLK 480 Toa Payoh Lorong 6
📍HDB Hub
📍Singapore 310480
📍Gourmet Paradise Stall 4
🕛Daily 9am to 10pm
Blog: http://www.eatdreamlove.com
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$10 bbq sambal stingray

Very fresh, meat slide off its “bones” with ease

Taste very fresh, not “sticky” at all. And no fishy taste.


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so can earn 200 bucks to jiak ho liao with 3sg xiao.
we got ourselves half a chicken, an omelette and a veg. the chicken here was buay pai too. supposedly kampung chicken. for the texture, even the breast meat portion is quite tender. so no complaints. taste-wise, the sauce did helped to create a more savoury taste which i kinda liked.
veg was just so-so. the omelette was good though. the bak chor inside was quite substantial. did not feel like we got shortchanged compared to other cze char places.
$18 per pax.
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#TGIF with some Hainanese Chicken ramen at Happy World Roast !


Variety of roast meats — char siew, sio bak, roast duck and even soya sauce chicken.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/tien-lai-rice-stall/