Singapore Foods Hunter

Singapore Foods Hunter

We always ask ourselves, what to eat next for breakfast, lunch and dinner; or even supper. So follow this list to begin your journey exploring the foods around Singapore and make your decision.
Khaw Han Chung
Khaw Han Chung

They have 2 outlets and interestingly not in Joo Chiat but Bedok. Popular during lunch time with queue usually at both stalls.

Come for their bouncy and firm fishballs.

Hakata has a long history started as Kyushu Nihon Ryori right here in the former Hong Leong Garden Shopping Centre, before it was demolished and replaced with NEWest today.

They came back to their original place and renamed as what it is called today. Continue to serve their authentic Japanese cuisine here.

I went for their teishoku. a classic Japanese set meal with the stir-fried pork and vegetables in ginger sauce. Accompanied with rice, tofu, miso soup and a slice of watermelon.

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This western food stall located in the coffee shop beside the market here, serving more than 30 items to choose from.

If you can’t decide which meat to go with, get their mixed grilled combo that comes with German sausage, pork chop and chicken chop; together with mashed potatoes and salad.

You can choose either to go with the fries or pasta.

The meats are perfect with the black pepper sauce, tender and juicy.

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This place opens early in the morning, selling local Chinese style breakfast such as their signature chee cheong fun.

Very simple with just sweet and chilli sauce, seasoned with sesame on the top. Recommend to get their chee cheong fun with set options, such as the one like mine with a piece of yam cake.

There’s 2 places here that sell their signature mee pok under very similar name.

One of them is now located inside the marketplace, while another one continue to serve at their own shop at street level.

This one is from 304 Bedok Road, which I couldn’t find the exact venue page on Burpple for this, so I’m going to write my review here instead.

A very simple and small bowl of mee pok comes with the minced meats, fishball and fish cake without prawn. Served with mee pok and soup.

Really enjoy the texture of the noodles, as well as the fishball and fish cake.

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Exploring another food centre that I haven’t visited before. This place is just a short walk away from Bedok MRT Station, offering lots of food choices in the morning.

As I exploring the options here, I saw this stall constantly formed a long queue in the front. Warong Jawa is popular for their Malay dishes such as Nasi Lemak, Mee Rebus and etc.

They has been serving authentic Malay dishes for many years here, and most people would come here for their nasi lemak. Comes with fried chicken, ikan bilis and egg, I recommend to addon a piece of bergedil.

The rice is fragrant and kick when you mix it with the chilli sauce. Enjoy much for their crispy fried chicken and ikan bilis.

Once you reach this stall, you would find lots of people waiting around it. Unlike the traditional ordering system, you don’t rush to join any visible queue here. Because you have to collect the number plate hanging at the side of the stall first.

Then wait for your number to be called, only you make your order with them. Which they will prepare your food immediately after payment.

All their sets are standard come with Ajitsuke Tamago, Pressed Tofu, Tofu Puff, Shiitake Mushroom, Black Fungus, Vegetables and rice. Add-on is available as well.

I can see why they are so popular here, considering the portion and taste. Really enjoy the overload dark sauce with the meat.

The pork belly has really fatty texture in every pieces, but they does get a bit overwhelming at the end.

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A tempura udon specialise restaurant by Mizuya, which is also a Japanese restaurant just a few shoplots away under the same building.

The premium mix consists of prawn, snow crab, scallop, salmon and mix vegetables. They only fried them upon order, so waiting time could be longer during peak time.

They use Kagawa udon here, which you would find the texture much firm and pleasant bites; absorbing the soy-based broth.

TungLok started their venture into pre-packed food packagings that is ready to heat and serve at home conveniently early in the during pandemic time.

Recently, they opened their first dine-in outlet introducing much of these ready made sum and Asian delights at AMK Hub.

For something full, I would recommend to go with this stewed minced pork rice with braised egg and preserved vegetables. Although the food has been pre-pack, but they managed to prepare the food warm.

Generous stewed minced pork pieces and other ingredients on the top with the rice at the bottom.

There’s a few food centres around Mapherson and interestingly this is actually my first time visiting this one.

It was very packed in the morning when I came here, as most of the stalls here open for breakfast.

Jia Le Prawn Mee & Lor Mee is one of the popular noodle stall with queue. Looks very simple but full of taste, especially the soup. Spicy enough after you add in more chilli.

Comes with pieces of meat, prawn and fish cake.

Found this place in Leisure Park Kallang with a very bright, woody and green vibe interior, serving Hainanese dishes.

Their Hainanese pork chop available in a few options, including the curry, mushroom and of course the traditional one.

Their traditional Hainanese pork chop topped with the reddish sauce, accompanied with pieces of wedges on the side and rice.

The pork chop itself has the tender texture inside, with the cripsy skin outer side.

This place is also consider much quieter so you really can chill over with their traditional coffee here as well.

Situated at the back of the food centre, a one man show preparing all the foods here.

I actually like the bowl he used, which is so bright and attractive to me.

Generous ingredients even for the smaller size.

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