Hawker Highlights In Singapore: January 2018

From the Burpple community and the helpful reviews they share on the app, here's everything you need to know about Singapore's hawker scene!

article main image

Berseh Food Centre


Photo by Burppler Russell Leong

Berseh Food Centre is back in business after two months of renovation. It's time to revisit for foolproof oyster omelette, value-for-money Halal mookata, super satisfying oyster pancake, restaurant-quality Western classics and solid kopi!

Fatty Thai


Photo by Burppler Acamas Teo

Love Thai wanton noodle? Make a pit stop at this new stall run by young local hawkers that Burppler Xing Wei Chua discovered. Available in three sizes ($3/4/5), our #ForeverHungry community's loving the bowl of springy noodles topped with homemade wantons and char siew plus freshly fried pork lard! The dried chilli powder packs a punch, so watch out when adding more.

Geylang Bahru Market & Food Centre

Burppler Sheryl Lyx spotted a notice outside Guan Hin Homemade Carrot Cake that they're reopening back in Geylang Bahru Market & Food Centre (#01-45) come 7 Jan. Swing by the re-opened hawker centre (after a year-long upgrade — we like the much airier high ceilings!) and get your fluffy and eggy carrot cake fix doused in black soy sauce!


Photo by Burppler Jeremy Teo

PSA: A little birdie (thanks, Burppler Wei Zhi) told us that Wen Wen Pork Rib Big Prawn Mee has moved back to the same food center at #01-22. Time for a prawn mee hotpot sesh!


Photo by Burppler Wei Zhi Chiang

Lay Eng Lor Mee


Photo by Burppler Hannah Chew

Fans of Lay Eng Lor Mee, listen up! Next time you're craving a slurp-worthy bowl, head to 3014 Ubi Rd 1 instead of the old location opposite Zhonghua Secondary School. Take Burppler Hannah Chew's advice to upsize ($4.50), so you get more "crispy golden fried fish".

p.s. Thanks Burppler Zmin for the heads up!

Watch this space for more hawker highlights next week, or simply head to the Burpple app to read more reviews on your favourite hawker fare today!