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Recommended lists for Hawker Food

Recommended lists of Best Hawker Food in Bugis, Singapore, 2019
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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 in Bugis

Top 10 places for Hawker Food

Latest Reviews for Hawker Food in Bugis

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Hawker Food

Yong Tau Fu set ($5.80)
Bai Nian ytf may not require introduction but new on their menu is my favourite fried chicken wings! You can either get it from ordering their set or a plate of 4pcs costs $6. The chicken wings were rather crispy with a decently flavourful coating but as it was not fried on the spot, the flavour was definitely not at its best. The ytf items have changed again since I last had it. The addition of fishcake was rather disappointing and a few of the brown pieces shrunk significantly in size. Just not the Bai Nian i used to know anymore 😭.

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Noodles were springy and flavourful when you toss it with the sauce and chilli. You get abit of everything, with two each of dumplings, fried and steamed wantons. The wantons and dumplings were made fresh by the stall owner, and the fried wantons taste just like how my grandmother used to make it for me.

Located at Albert Centre Food Centre, try it next time when you visit Bugis Street or the famous Bugis Temple.

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Yes it looked very bland. But perfect for nursing a sore throat. Kuay teow was smooth but the star was of cos the fish dumplings. So chewy and Q. Yummy.

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This place was packed during lunch time. Long queue.

This was pretty good. Gravy was spicy and vinegary.

This time round, instead of just walking by it, the smell led me right into the restaurant to a plate of Chicken Beryani ($11). My recent craving for a good plate of chicken biryani was duly satisfied here, as the fluffy basmati rice was clearly the winner on this plate. It was so well cooked with their secret spice blend and the fried onions made it even better. As this is a dum biryani, the chicken is cooked with the rice and each order comes with a side of cucumber salad. Don’t look down on the salad as the spicy tangy cucumbers sort of cut through the heaviness of the dish to ensure you don’t get filled up as quickly. However, what is a slight let down to an otherwise good plate of biryani is probably the chicken which is not as well marinated as the inside of the meat has a lack of flavours. The bowl of curry that comes with it is good but not necessary as the rice itself is good enough to be eaten on its own.
Islamic Restaurant
Address: 745, North Bridge Road, Singapore 198713
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This was light and yummy. Fish slices were fresh. I really liked the soup. But there were too many slices of bitter gourd that kept getting in my way.

This place was almost empty on a weekday evening. Despite that, had to wait abt 20 mins for this chicken chop. Fries were ok. Chicken chop was very average. Most things on the plate were on the bland side. Mushroom soup was very watery. Maybe this was healthy western food?

The new food court at Raffles Hospital (new wing basement) is now opened and offers plenty of dining choices and seating space.

This wonton Mee was not bad. The char siew got nice char and not fatty. Wonton was good too.

Nothing beats a bowl of prawn broth and delicious prawn fritters (Ngoh Hiang) for breakfast.

Order the Founders $9.80 and the Popular $7.8 which came free with Burpple beyond.
Seem they are not selling the Popular Set cos when we tried to order and I was informed Oss and only upon re-checking that it is available.
Omg the meat from the “free” rib is so tough, I have never eaten such tough BKT and I am so glad I did not bring my mil or she will be giving me hell.
The founders set is just mediocre.
Will not come back again

We ordered Popularity BKT through Burpple Beyond and an additional Founder BKT. Would prefer the meat to be less chewy and more tender. Soup had the right amount of pepper. Dip your meat into dark soya sauce and you’re ready to go with a bowl of steaming hot mee sua!


Super crispy outside and moist & soft inside. Really yummy dish with appetising sweet sauce! Goes well with the peppery bak kut teh soup.