531A Upper Cross Street
Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

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Usually sold out before 1pm, their fish are fresh and the soup has a mild-sweet flavourful taste.

Location: Chai Kee, Hong Lim Market & Food Centre, Level 1, 538 Upper Cross St, Singapore 050538

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Eddy's has shifted from the row with Ji Ji Wanton Noodles to a row nearer to Outram Park Fried Kway Teow, yet the stall still serves great and affordable Western fare! Today, we decided to try something new - the mala prawn spaghetti. As it's name suggests, the dish uses spaghetti as the noodle base and includes around 5 prawns, broccoli, cherry tomatoes and a pretty generous serving of hae bi hiam (spicy dried shrimp). Everything is tossed in a mala paste, which gives the whole dish a pretty fiery and numbing taste.

To be honest, we thought spicy Western fare generally wouldn't be spicy by Singaporean standards, but we were so wrong! The mala paste is actually pretty spicy so we suggest you don't order this if you can't take spicy food, or you could suggest to the stall to make this less spicy. The paste is also more spicy rather than numbing, which we would have preferred instead.

The dish costs close to $10 which is expensive by hawker standards, but is pretty affordable compared to the pastas served in restaurants (some of those are less yummy than what Eddy's dishes out). πŸ˜‹ This was an interesting Western-Chinese fusion dish and we would be interested to try their other dishes, including some of their other rice bowls, in future! 😁


Ji Ji is one of our favourite stalls at Hong Lim Market and Food Centre and we love their wanton noodles. The picture shows the $5.50 serving, which comes with a generous variety of ingredients including char siew, mushrooms, minced pork, caixin, fried wantons and boiled wantons. These are all served atop a noodle base, although you may wish to note that not everyone is a fan of the noodles here because they are of the thicker and less-springy variety. That being said, the noodles are also drizzled in sesame oil, which gives it a pretty unique flavour that we really like.

Do expect a really long queue at the stall if you are planning to visit during lunchtime. We would recommend you to try this stall for breakfast if possible as there usually isn't a queue in the morning.

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Hidden gem in this Hawker Centre.

Rosti is slightly crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. Comes with bratwurst sausage, soft scrambled egg and some sour cream on the side.

Waiting time wasn't too long, they will give you a buzzer upon ordering.

Would order this again πŸ’―πŸ‘

Burgrill (02-09)
Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
531A Upper Cross Steet
Singapore 051531


To us, Hong Xing Handmade Fishball Noodles serves some of the best fishballs in Singapore, as the fishballs have a bouncy texture and they are of a generous size! We ordered the soup version ($5 serving) today, which comes with 5 fishballs and 3 meatballs! Do note that there will always be fewer meatballs than fishballs because Hong Xing's meatballs are legit (really porky taste) and they are quite big as well!

Do note that the soup version comes with kway teow and yellow Mee by default and for those of you who dislike the yellow noodle, remember to let the stall owner know! We prefer the dry version (aka Mee Pok or Mee kia) as their dry noodles are done really well and we love their bouncy texture! Nonetheless, the soup version is a lot less greasy and it might be more suitable for breakfast for some of us.

Hong Xing has a long queue as usual, so do be prepared to wait around 10 to 15 minutes for your noodles!

Eddy's is seriously one of our favourite haunts for cheap and great Western food in the CBD area! We are back again and this time, we decided to try the salmon with aglio olio! The dish is priced at $10, which is understandably more expensive than the chicken chop!

The salmon was great as it was grilled well on the outside, giving it a crispy exterior while the interior remained very soft. We loved the layer of fats on the skin as well! However, the salmon tasted a little plain after a while and it would be great if some herbs were added to give it more flavour, just like how the stall adds spices to it's chicken chop! The pasta was decent as usual and the serving is much larger than it looks, so you don't have to worry about not getting full!

On a weekday lunch, there were about 5 persons in front of us and we had to wait only for around 10 minutes so it was pretty decent!