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1220 East Coast Parkway
East Coast Lagoon Food Village
Singapore 468960

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08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

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That’s the name of the stall at the Food Centre in East Coast Park, where we settled for this plate of “yuan yang” carrot cake. Best of both world!

The delicious wings have this beautiful golden brown sheen. I highly recommend squeezing a bit of the line and dipping the chicken in the chilli sauce. The tanginess of the lime plus the spicy kick from the chilli just enhances the taste of the chicken.

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after a good sweat-it-out. This $5 plate from stall 21 is so sumptuous, and a generous serving I barely finished it. It's prawn mee how I like it - soaking in prawn essence, eggy fragrance, thin beehoon and thick noodles, with fatty pork slices.

Childhood favourite!!! Generous generous amount of egg (deal breaker for me) and the black sauce was not too sweet. There was also a caramelised burnt note to the dark sauce which provided and interesting element to the dish


Love love love this popiah! It’s flavourful, packed with ingredients and intensely garlicky. Abit pricey (2.20 for a roll) but what a delicious treat!!!

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Stall #01-27 is “Siam Thai Kitchen” and the middle-aged couple helming it does made-to-order Thai “zichar” dishes.
I wouldn’t say the food here is fantastic or that authentic, but it is acceptable if you are at the hawker centre and find yourself in the mood for Thai food.
My mum likes their olive fried rice ($5) but I prefer the taste of their Pad Thai kway teow stirfried with chicken ($4.50). Eaten with the various condiments of dried chilli flakes, fresh-cut chilli padi and pickled green chillies, it‘s pretty tasty with tender pieces of chicken. But the dish could have done with less oil.