More Reviews at Changi Village Hawker Centre

More Reviews of good food at Changi Village Hawker Centre

Tried both the original Ipoh hor fun and the chicken chop hor fun ($3.50) - the noodles are silky and coated by a viscous savoury sauce. I much preferred the version with crispy fried chicken as it had more dimension in flavour and texture!

Hands down one of the best chicken satays Iโ€™ve had at a great affordable price ($0.70/stick) - the meat is tender with the most flavourful char and nutty sauce!

Commando Dessert (S$2) at Changi Village. Quite a unique name for a dessert. Its actually red tea jelly and longan on shaved ice. Refreshing way to cool down after eating heaty foods like satay. It was not too sweet. This is the one of their signature dessert at this stall.

๐Ÿ“Location:
Changi V. Dessert House (01-08)
Changi Village Hawker Centre
2 Changi Village Road
Singapore 500002

๐Ÿ˜Š Yummy Hokkien mee (S$5). Cooked to order, noodles were silky smooth and so flavourful after soaking up the tasty prawn stock sauce. This is the slightly wet kind of hokkien mee, which i like. Delicious and will eat this again ๐Ÿ‘.

๐Ÿ“Location:
Changi Village Fried Hokkien Mee (01-53)
Changi Village Hawker Centre
2 Changi Village Road
Singapore 500002

๐Ÿ˜ Time for Satays! Weekend dinner at Changi Village. Its has some charred bits which makes it yummier. Pork satay S$0.70 per stick.

๐Ÿ“Location:
Chong Pang Soon Lee Heng Satay
Changi Village Hawker Centre
2 Changi Village Road
Singapore 500002

Yummy and big portion at $3.50 ! so filled and alot flavor. Lots of prawns too! Available different price to choose. ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿคค

Noodles were chewy and moist with the gravy, decent serving of char siew however the three boiled wantons that came with the noodles were quite hard

Deep Fried Wantons were tasty with good filling

Price of Deep Fried Wantons: $2 for 7 pieces
Price of Dry Wanton Noodles: $3.50

Have to admit I'm generally not a Fan of Ipoh Hor Fun due to the sweet sauce but this one here is significantly different and very very enjoyable. The sambal was also pretty strong making it really shiok, and the tinge of sourness means the green chili was not really needed. An Ipoh Hor Fun i would definitely recommend to anyone, even those who are not usually a Fan of it

Wtf. The pic got cockles, but came without. ๐Ÿ˜’๐Ÿ˜’ The worst ckt I ever eaten LOL. Have never tasted any ckt like that before. Hais. There goes my calories.......

Crave remains as my favorite nasi lemak but whenever I am here, I don't have a to-go-to stall. The standards are similar for all stalls.

PRICE: $5

WAITING TIME: Only a few people in the queue on a weekday early evening, took only about 5 - 8 min

REMARKS:
- Only 4 lala
- Very different from the original Sembawang White bee hoon. This is soupy, not thick and flavourful. Kinda like fish soup.
- Lots of fried pork lard, which adds a nice crunch and taste

PARKING: Free parking after 5pm at the beach carpark

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It feels really shiok to get the red tea jelly dessert from Mei Lin Leng Re Yin Pin at Changi Village. The feeling is legit good ๐Ÿ˜‹. ๐Ÿ“ Changi Village Hawker Centre (Mei Lin Leng Re Yin Pin) #burpple

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Date visited: 12/6/2019 (Mon, 8:40pm)

No queue. Generally quiet at Changi Village. No queue at Mizzy or other Nasi Lemak stalls as well.

We actually ordered their signature chicken chop hor fun and the original Ipoh hor fun. Added veggies at an extra cost of $0.50.

I have always liked their Ipoh hor fun and I started eating there even before the renovation of Changi V Hawker Ctr, where wing kee and amigos were still side-by-side competitors.

The thin kway teow and the thickened brown sauce that it was swathed in was absolutely delicious! They managed to maintain a consistent standard. In fact, after trying out their Ipoh hor fun, I find almost every Ipoh hor fun I have tried elsewhere not as good. They are my benchmark of a good plate of Ipoh hor fun. And it is all because of the sauce.

The mushroom was really flavoursome too.

However, the serving size of their chicken chop (of their signature chicken chop hot fun) is no longer like before. We were shocked to see the chicken chop size reduced by about half!

When I went to check out other photos posted here, I realised this reduction in their chicken chop serving size is here to stay; they have been consistent since dunno when.

They give (only) two slices of mushroom now. The wanton was crispy and well-marinated, but a tad too salty. Char siew slices are rather hard. The sambal chilli made my Ipoh hor fun (too) oily.

Wing Kee's standard has dropped tho I have to say they are still above average.

The Ipoh hor fun tastes good enough on its own. Salty enough as well.
Needn't add chilli unless you don't mind the oiliness.

The one improvement I like is the use of plastic plate and bowl now. After the renovation, they switched to disposable ware which I really dislike.

I will give Amigos (competitor, opposite them now) a try next time. They used to be equally good and I would just join whichever stall that has a shorter queue.

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Everytime we are here, we always goes for their Chicken Cutlet Ipoh Hor Fan, $3.50. Itโ€™s cheap and good, except I find the braised gravy a lil salty, would be good if itโ€™s a lil less salty.. Their Deep Fried Golden Crispy Chicken Cutlet is good!! Crispy on the outside and tender, juicy in it.. It goes so well with the thin, smooth and silky Ipoh Hor Fan! These Ipoh Hor Fan well-absorbed the dark braised sauce which taste so delicious! I like to leave my chicken cutlet away from the gravy so that it still stays crispy! Adding some green chilli brings out more flavours to it! Yummy lunch! #wingkeenoodle #chickencutlets #ipohhorfun #changivillagehawkercentre #wingkeeipohhorfun

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What a glorious plate of hor fun. This is consistently superb and ranks extremely high on my hawker list. Eat it if you're there or like us, who travelled from the west for this. ๐Ÿ˜‹

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If you have been here, you would have noticed that there are a number of stalls here selling Nasi Lemak and from what we used to eat last time, we still prefer this stall! We Q for 15mins and ordered this Set B, $3.50 with Fish Fillet, Egg, Ikan Bilis and add a hotdog for $0.50. We simply love their fragrant Basmati rice which taste so good!!! Fish fillet and hotdog wasnโ€™t very hot and crispy, Ikan bilis is fresh, crispy and crunchy, one of the better ones Iโ€™ve eaten! Their chilli is not the typical spicy chilli, its slightly towards sweet, spicy lovers might not enjoy it as much. They open as early as 7am so you can drop by for an early breakfast someday! @mizzycorner_nasilemak #nasilemak #mizzycorner #mizzycornernasilemak #changivillagehawkercentre

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Located at 2 Changi Village Hawker Centre, #01-19, Singapore 50002. Chicken Cutlet Ipoh Hor Fan, $3.50. A plate of Mouth-watering Golden Crispy Chicken Cutlet goes perfectly well with smooth and silky Ipoh Hor Fan! These Ipoh Hor Fan is soaked in dark braised sauce that taste so fantastic! I love that they cut the chicken cutlet to bite-size, easier for eating! #hungryunicornsg #wingkeenoodle #chickencutlets #ipohhorfun #changivillagehawkercentre

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Goes by a heartwarming stall name, Warung Nenek has mainly snacks like goreng pisang, vegetable-stuffed tau pok (beancurd puffs) to offer. But we decided to try their rojak bakar instead.

Similar to the Chinese rojak, it's a mixed of ingredients tossed in a lighter version of the sweet sauce and shrimp paste, with crushed peanuts sprinkled above. What's different is that there are no turnips, no fruits like mango and pineapple, just mostly the fluffy tau pok and crispy you tiao (dough fritters). Makes me feel less sinful with this lighter version of rojak!

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The ordinary carrot cake you can find here at Changi Village Hawker Centre from $2.50.

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These are the gems! One of the many snaking queues you'll witness when you're in the Changi V hawker. They have basically 2 main items on the menu - Fish soup and stir fry Sambal/black bean Fish Head. Both are simply finger licking good! The fish soup was light yet flavorful as though the broth was simmered with loads of ingredients with a hint of Chinese wine taste. Thick slices of fish that was smooth and odourless. While the stir fry fish head was superb. The sauce were thick with good balance of savory and spiciness. Bitter gourd was softened and well absorb the dish sauce leaving behind just a tiny winny bitter aftertaste. Fish head was not that boney and they had considerably good amount of meat to savor on. Price of dishes were reasonable too given the generous portion! Fish soup ranges from $4-8 while the stir fry fish head is at $12, $18 or $22! Highly raved about!