267 Serangoon Avenue 3
Singapore 550267

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08:00am - 03:30pm

08:00am - 03:30pm

08:00am - 03:30pm

08:00am - 03:30pm

08:00am - 03:30pm

08:00am - 03:30pm

08:00am - 03:30pm

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A relatively new stall in Dignity Kitchen that has claypot chicken rice and traditional Chinese desserts up on the menu! It was a generous pot of rice with a chunky and tender piece of chicken, salted fish bits and veg. Liked that the sauce wasn’t too sweet and it was more than sufficient to coat the whole bed of rice.

A good and value for money option to go for here if you have some time to wait, as it needs a longer cooking time. Uncle managing the stall was super friendly!


We frequent Dignity Kitchen for a few reasons: comfortable aircon environment, pretty nice choices of affordable food and most of all, to support the social enterprise! Tried the mixed rice stall for the first time cause they had bee hoon (noodles > rice forever). Chicken were slightly dry but the braised mushrooms were tasty!

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Surprisingly good plate of rojak - crunchy you tiao with a good mix of other ingredients. Was also just nice in terms of sweetness. PS. Get their kopi or teh too, it’s smooth and fragrant!


This may seem like a regular food court, but look closely and you'll find height-adjustable counter tops for the wheelchair-bound, braille markings on the cash register for the visually impaired and even simple sign language placards for you to sign to the hearing impaired. Just a five-minute walk from NEX in Serangoon, Dignity Kitchen is the first hawker training school for disabled and disadvantaged people. Come for Roger's Rojak ($3.50) and opt for the tasty prawn paste (there's plum paste for vegetarians too!). Expect a generous heap of fried you tiao, pineapples and cucumbers, all sliced and mixed together by Roger. Previously a successful financial advisor, Roger suffered a stroke in 2010 which left a part of the right side of his body paralysed and his speech affected. Then, learn to sign your favourite local drink to the hearing impaired drinks stall uncle with the help of simple sign language placards. To opt for less sugar or have it kosong, simply point to the signs under each drink. Pro tip: Stop by on Mondays from 4 to 6.30pm for their weekly Halal buffet dinner, no payments expected — it's their way of giving back to the community!
Avg price: $5 per person
Photo by Burppler Hilary See


Heard a lot about Dignity Kitchen and the good works they do and I'm so happy to be able to finally try the famous Roger's Rojak! Roger was once a financial advisor but was left paralyzed in the right side of his body after a sudden stroke. For someone who only has mobility in one arm, he can sure make a REALLY good rojak! I opted for the prawn paste version (there's a plum paste version for vegetarians) and it was so tasty! My colleague brought this to the office for me yet the you tiao still remained nice and crunchy 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 will definitely check out more of the stores in the future!


The muffins really attracted my attention from the counter - around 4 Flavours were available. I took the choice of Chocolate Walnut & Lemon Myrtle with Cranberries. Both were really well made, on the fluffier side.