Hawker Fare

Hawker Fare

Featuring Ah Seng Braised Duck Rice (Serangoon Garden Market), Lao Huang Hakka Niang Tou Fu (North Bridge Road Market & Food Centre), Tanjong Rhu Wanton Mee (Jalan Batu Market & Food Centre), Lai Xing Cooked Food (Hainanese Village Centre), See Beh Ho Eating House
Wei Ling Neo
Wei Ling Neo

Came here on a busy weekday lunch hour. Was undecided so just went for the longest queue, was not a mistake! A hearty meal with fragrant rice with just the right amount of gravy, and love the variety of dishes available under one stall. Tender duck, peppery pig organ soup and a simple stir fried cabbage dish makes for a complete meal! Good to eat once in a while.

4 Likes

First time trying this out, was surprised at how much gravy came with these noodles at first and was expecting it to be so spicy. (It was perfectly mildly spicy) Boy was this noodles so so good! The noodles were springy and well coated with the gravy, and the lean char siew a perfect accompaniment to the rich sauce. The wantons were lovely too. Definitely worth queuing up for! Will be back.

4 Likes

I've never tried this style of yong tau foo before and was intrigued by the noodle style as well as the limited selection of toppings! The rest of Singapore seemed to be clued in as this place was bustling. Recommended by my dad, this place already had a tiny crowd upon opening and apparently they sell out early. As for the food, the noodles was nicely al dente and tasty, but I felt the tou foo toppings were normal? Pretty good dipped in their sweet sauce and chili though. Won't be craving this but a great meal if you're in the area!

4 Likes

Decent kway chap, chopped by a elderly lady like a champ. Walked around and saw a lot of people eating from this stall so had to try it! Definitely hits the spot. Ordered a 3 portion mixed set with 4 noodles for $8.50. Great but not fantastic, a decent place for kway chap at a good price for sure!

2 Likes

Finally tried 58 Prawn Noodles after hearing about it from when I was younger and I'm moving into this area so had to try what my new hood has to offer. Pretty decent broth and no wait at all on a late Saturday afternoon. It's hey-day has definitely passed. All in all an okay bowl of prawn mee ($3.50) and nothing super special to write home about but I'm not too fussed about having it either. Good enough to satisfy ones prawn mee craving!

2 Likes

What To Read Next

National Dessert Day: Check Out These Local-Inspired Sweet Treats
National Dessert Day: Check Out These Local-Inspired Sweet Treats It's National Dessert Day on 14 October, so what better way to celebrate than with a variety of Singapore-inspired desserts with interesting and creative twists? We're talking everything from kaya toast to chendol and even laksa!
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Chinatown
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Chinatown Rich in culture and good food to boot, pop by Chinatown and enjoy 1-for-1 at Spring Court, The Social Space, Kakurega - The Lair,  Peng Cheng Xiao Chu, KELE and more with #BurppleBeyond. Now available with 1-for-1 takeaway options to accompany your WFH days!
New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: October 2021
New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: October 2021 How does an Israeli restaurant that dishes out cleaver-chopped focaccia sound? This, along with a restaurant specialising in one-man hotpots are among October's newest openings.
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Halal-Friendly
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Halal-Friendly From brunch to lunch, desserts & more, 1-for-1 deals are aplenty at Steep, Kure Menya, Squisito, Pestle & Mortar Society, Tuk Tuk Cha and Big Boy Franks with #BurppleBeyond. Now available with 1-for-1 takeaway options to accompany your WFH days!
ADVERTISE WITH US
ADVERTISE WITH US