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Hawker Fare

Hawker Fare

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Xinyi Lim
Xinyi Lim

Tucked away in the Bishan neighbourhood, quiet but not that far from the MRT, is this nice little cozy ice cream place. I visited twice so far and I got the Elderflower Mojito flavour both times cuz it's so refreshing, a mix of floral and fruity, and has this slight tangy kick as well. They have other pretty non-conventional flavours as well. The place is pretty conducive for chilling with people as well :)

Saw a long queue there and true enough, discovered that this is a very tasty dish. It wasn't too wet nor too dry. The real deal is the sauce. Note that this is the slightly more crispy version. Up to individual tastes really but I guarantee you'll regret getting only that $5 portion to share


This is one underrated stall. Not much of a queue but the kway chap is really pretty good. The kway was so smooth and soft you could almost slurp it up! Ingredients are fresh and the innards are springy to the taste. Simple yet comforting meal for a rainy day.


Typical dish, nothing too amazing. Bread was nice and crispy but the chicken was pretty meh, could have been more flavourful. Popular supper spot, just go for their pratas!


Pretty famous stop for curry rice. The curry flavour is strong. Loved the pork chop too!


Known for their soy sauce chicken, I decided to order my lunch takeaway from this stall to see if it's true! $4 for a plate of chicken rice. Verdict: the chicken is really juicy and tender indeed, not dry at all! And the skin is delicious too. The sauce is THE BOMB I'M NOT KIDDING. Fragrant rice which wasn't too oily. Overall a dish very well done on the whole! Too bad the pricing is slightly high for this one.
NOTE: the above picture is not the plate they serve on, I dapao-ed my food and was so excited to eat it I didn't bother with arranging it properly 😂


Shop Name: Tian Tian Fa
This carrot cake stall doesn't have the longest queue but it still provides a very comforting plate of chai tow kway filled with lots of flavour! Personally prefer the black version to the white.


An extremely famous stall with a long snaking queue all the time, the food is no doubt good. It boasts a unique curry that is rather watery, not too spicy but a tinge of sour, generously poured along with the gravy onto the rice, hence making the dish wet and sloppy. There's so much curry that even simple dishes like egg and chap chye would suffice! The chicken wing was juicy, and the pork chop was crispy and well-marinated, even though it is rather thin. Breaking diet for this simple plate of happiness is so worth it!


This stall, Ang Mo Kio Curry Rice, serves a decent claypot curry fish head and curry mutton too. The mutton is soft and the fragrance of curry definitely complements the mutton well! This stall owner came from China and has been operating this stall for the last 20+ years. Residents living around there know him well and know that his food does have standard! Best part is that his stall is not overly crowded. Probably because of the high cost, but definitely worth it.


Rated as one of the best in Singapore, and rightfully so! Moist, strong fragrance and not too overpowering wok hei, and the healthy part is that no pork lard is added (but you could always request for it!) The fresh sausages and hum definitely adds on to the tastiness. You can also add on an otah for $1 which complements the dish well, with a tinge of spiciness!


Simple yet comforting side snack. The soon kueh tastes unique indeed, as it is homemade. Loved how the owners fried it such that it had the right level of crispiness! Also loved how they made the skin thin. The png kueh was not bad too, however I prefer the soon kueh's skin. Overall, this stall is not bad! Both kuehs have very tasty and well-seasoned fillings. If you come early enough, you can even catch them making the kuehs themselves!


Paid $2.40 for a bowl of peanutty goodness with 4 tangyuans (mixed flavours). Tangyuan was average, dough wasn't too thick but a little mushy for my liking. BUT I LOVE THE PEANUT SOUP. It's not too sweet, yet rich, and the peanuts were actually softened! One of the best I've had.

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