Hawkerman (SingPost Centre)

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HAWKERMAN™ is a collection of curated stories representing Singapore’s Hawker fares with the combined history of more than 130 years. In this latest concept by Tenderfresh Group, the best of the ‘street food’ recipes from across Singapore were handpicked and delivered to you at a single location. From crispy fried farm fresh spring chicken by Tenderfresh to delicious 60’s Hokkien Mee fried with the distinctive prawn broth from Warong Kim’s, or the healthy stew of 7 key ingredients that makes up the Rainbow fillings; a heritage recipe handed down since 1977 to make our Ah Boy’s Hokkien popiah, there’s always something for everyone.

10 Eunos Road 8
#B1-128/129 SingPost Centre
Singapore 408600

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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Unimpressed with the dish, Hokkien mee definitely wasn’t as good as those at hawker centre. It has wok hei but tasted a little bland, hence giving it a charred feeling but not tasty. Fried chicken was okay.

Served with chap chye, half egg and baked beans》$7.90

Sweet, sour and spicy all in this dish. The tangy and spicy sauce on the chicken makes me crave for more although it gets a little fiery on the tongue after awhile. Chap chye was decent but I didn't like the egg and baked beans. I'm so used to the taste of canned baked beans and I couldn't accept when it turned out different. The chicken and spicy sauce is something that would make me order this again.

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Requested to exclude squid from my hokkien mee and it came with generous amount of clams and prawn. This was surprisingly good, way better than expected with generous amount of clams, wok-hei and chilli. I usually prefer to get my hokkien mee from hawker centres as I think it's more fragrant and taste better so I wasn't putting any high hopes when I ordered hokkien mee from a restaurant》$9.90


That's the official name haha amusing. It tasted as you imagine.

Interesting! Instead of the usual milk, they use coconut milk. For a cheap drink, there's a strange allure. In fact, I had bandung earlier in the day and wasn't turned off by this.

If you reckon the meat is the centrepiece of this dish, it's fine. I reckon it's the pasta because of the "salted egg" branding, and on that, it's a failure. There are all kinds of salted egg interpretations, from creamy to powdery, spicy to sweet, and for some reason they screwed up here. Basically a watery sauce that tasted of pirated salted egg.