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Recommended lists for Hawker Food

Recommended lists of Best Hawker Food in Bugis, Singapore, 2018
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 in Bugis

Top 10 places for Hawker Food

Latest Reviews for Hawker Food in Bugis

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Hawker Food

Located at 3838 Eating Place, 269B Queen Street #01-235, Singapore 182269. Superb roast meat in Bugis!! We love their roast char siew, roast pork belly and roast duck!! Juicy, tender and flavourful. Those roast pork belly were in total crispness that you could hear crackling crunch sound on each bite, and it’s not too fatty! Don’t judge that black sauce, it taste awesomely delicious and not too sweet!! Remember to pair it with their mouth-watering chilli sauce that goes so well with both the rice and meats. #hungryunicornsg #newrongliangge #roastpork #charsiew #roastduck

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A satisfying bowl of noodles without the Tai Hwa queue.

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Finally got down to trying Bai Nian (I know I know, plus the fact that I’m here almost weekly 😂)! Queue’s always so long but the good thing is that the wait is relatively short, as they only serve one thing here - bee hoon yong tau foo. Unlike usual YTF places where you choose ingredients, Bai Nian’s come with a standard pick, just like my all time favourite Xiu Ji Ikan Bilis Yong Tau Fu in Chinatown.

Broth’s clear and savoury, but not too salty that it makes you thirsty. I opted out of their bitter gourd and the rest were good. Especially loved the handmade fresh prawn paste and meat ball! Wouldn’t say it’s the best around, but it was no doubt a very comforting bowl to have.

Request for additional bee hoon is complimentary and they also have a $5.50 bowl that comes with more ingredients. Aunty who was taking orders was very friendly too!


Ordered big prawn noodles and big prawn with pork rib noodles. Soup is great and service is quite fast considering the crowd. We have been going down the list of “must have prawn noodles”, blanco court definitely comes in top! Order the wuxiang
Spent a total of $22 on prawn mee and $7 on wuxiang

Part 1 of our Mala spree night!
Really one of the best MLXG I have ever had. Loved how dry they stir fried it in order to have all the ingredients soak up the mala gravy. The gravy was just so ❤️. $15.50 was definitely not unreasonable, considering that there were about 8veg, 1 meat and noodles! The popular potato noodle soup was the bomb! The soup was not spicy at all. In fact, it was overflowing with umami flavour and the perfectly cooked, smooth potato noodles just made the experience even more mind blowing! Not forgetting to mention how generous they were with the ingredients (kelp, minced pork, quail egg etc) in the broth too!
Had been eyeing this place in the longest as the two storey coffee house was always so crowded and the whiff caught while passing by was always so mouthwatering. So Glad that we gave it a try because it was totally worth it! Definitely returning to try other noodle options like Tan Tan mian!


Here @mymakanplacesg, they are indeed one of the best I’ve tasted. I feel that there’s nothing really at fault. Two types to choose from:
1: The Classic which is your typical MR with the standard ingredients like Egg, Garnish, Beancurd, Yellow Mee.
2: Premium (Pic 2)
This is the classic but loaded with extra ingredients like the Fish Fillet, Fish Skin, Wanton, Seafood Ball which I find it refreshing having the extra ingredients.
Take your pick....old skool or new skool?☝🏽
📣@mymakanplacesg will cease operation in Katong at the end of November and will move out to Fu lu Shou basement in early December! Do go over for some good old local food!

Bought their Yong Tau Foo for $4.50. Do note that the item is fixed. In additional, you can add extra bee hoon at no additional cost. All of the ingredients they served are handmade.

I see that lots of people really like it but it's just alright to me. Nothing that mind blowing. However, that is my own opinion and opinion differ from one another.

There is always a perpetual queue at this stall. What separates them from other yong tau hoo stalls would be their ingredients. I love their prawn balls, bitter gourd stuffed with meat paste, pork paste with black fungus etc.
Feel free to add more bee hoon for big eaters as it is free of charge.

Price: $4.50/5.50

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Yummy wanton noodles with fried and steamed wantons. Despite the thicker version of noodles, it tasted equally awesome as the typical hk egg noodles. Char siew is not overly roasted too and I could savour the sweetness of it.