Hawker Centre, SG.

Hawker Centre, SG.

Featuring Deanna's Kitchen (Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre), Bedok Food Centre, Our Tampines Hub Hawker Centre
Hajar Isa
Hajar Isa

My prawn noodles comes with a generous amount of kang kong, beansprouts, fishcakes, three fat prawns and clams. The broth is very flavourful, sweet and thick. Definitely thicker than your traditional prawn noodles's broth.

You can choose between yellow mee, bee hoon or kway teow noodles and apparently they fried their own shallots so plus point to that!

A normal bowl of prawn noodles cost $3.50 but customers can also opt for prawn noodles with added clams ($6.50), crayfish ($12.50) and even one whole lobster ($28.50).


This is one of my fav dish to get whenever I dine in at Bedok Food Centre (Bedok Corner).

Ordered this from stall number 11, "Ayam Penyet No.1". Well, if you know the infamous goreng pisang shop from Bedok Corner, then you should know about stall. It's located just next to it!

My favourite part about this ayam penyet that makes it unique and different from other stalls is that - the soup that they served is asam rebus. You can easily spot chopped corn, cabbage, long beans, carrots, all cooked with a Indonesian style of seasoning which has a sweet and sour aftertaste. As for the rice, they use the normal rice. The chicken was definitely the main highlight of the dish. It was deep fried with some sort of flour to make it crispy topped with a whole lot of kerak (crisps). The chilli served to us wasn't the normal sambal belacan but instead it was more like the Nasi Lemak sambal but the sweeter version. It even comes with a side of fish crackers too.

Price: $5


Bought this mee soto from the stall "Haji Salim Food Stall" which is located at the back end of the hawker centre. (Stall is sandwiched in between two indian stalls though).

I'm pretty picky when it comes to mee soto. I like mine with the thin layer of translucent oil on the surface, not those thick gravy kind so this was the perfect choice for me.

Served with a generous amount of chunky shredded chicken and crunchy beansprouts in a intensely flavourful chicken stock infused with blended of spices like turmeric, coriander and fries shallots. The addition of faintly bitter minced celery leaves were a light, nice touch which cut through the spiciness and richness of the dish. Served with a side of red chili and black sauce. The stall makcik was nice enough to refill the gravy for me when I asked for more chilli instead. And of course, any mee soto is incomplete without the begedil (potato patty)! The version here is pretty solid - crackling crisp batter enveloping a roughly mashed (definitely homemade) core which retains plenty of satisfying bite and texture, with just a hint of spice. Additional cost of $0.70.

Price: $2.80

A pro napper and a foodie who finds joy in adding tobasco/chilli padi/any-form-of-spice to her food.

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