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Hawker Delights

Hawker Delights

Featuring Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee (Whampoa Makan Place Block 90), Roast Paradise (Old Airport Road Food Centre), Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant (Bukit Timah), Fatty Cheong (ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre), Fatty Thai, Adam Road Food Centre, Hainan Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee (Golden Mile Food Centre), Yew Chuan Claypot Rice (Golden Mile Food Centre), Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak (Adam Road Food Centre), North Bridge Road Market & Food Centre
Shaowei Ho
Shaowei Ho

Not bad value considering you get not only an additional beansprout dish but an egg for $5. (I added the gizzards for an additional $0.50)

It’s not going to be the best chicken rice or one that makes you remember it, but when you’re around the area and craving for a decent plate then here’s an option for you.

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Was recommended about this place by a colleague that had a friend who claims this stall is better than the Michelin Tai Hwa stall nearby. For me they are very different styles and I did enjoy this bowl as a whole, but I’m still a fan for Tai Hwa.

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Expect a long wait if you didn’t get here early, and there ain’t many stalls that are opened around here unless you go across the road to the main hawker area (which I did and got some rojak & chicken wings for appetisers).

Minutes before delivering your steamboat full of the fish type you chose, a cart pulls up to offer you rice and some side dishes like tau pok, mui chai, eggs, and duck wings. But soon after the star of the show arrives in its blazing glory with flames shooting out from the top. The soup base is great as it gets its flavour from the dried fish, yam and fish pieces that were added. I went with “batang” for the fish type and there was quite a lot of fish as the steamboat is surprisingly deep. We paid about $40 for 3 people with rice and 2 side dishes, and it’s pretty decent value for a great steamboat!

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There’s a reason why this stall consistently has a long queue in front of it. The char siew is Super tender and make sure you ask for a mixture of the fatty & lean bits to compare cause they are both great. The Siew yoke is nicely roasted with a crispy crackle...

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Something to order to go with your noodles, or you could add rice for an additional $0.50. The chilli sauce is the star here because of its Super sharp vinegary kick that cuts through the fatty pork. Mmmmmmm....

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Tucked away in the corner Coffeeshop is this little stall selling Thai “wanton” noodles. Choose from either $4 or $5 (more noodles) if you’re feeling hungry. They let you add as much Pork lard, and as you can see I piled on a generous portion onto my bowl. Overall it tasted pretty good, so check it out if you are around the area!

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A couple of friends have rated this to be their favourite Hokkien Mee and you wouldn’t fault them. There are many variants to this dish and this stall does it with a pretty good balance for my taste buds. There’s a good ratio of beehoon to Mee, not too wet and each dish is individually re-fried just before serving.

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Love to order this to go with a garlic naan to dip up all the delicious sauce. The chicken is nice and tender, but the star of the show is the gravy!

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Tucked inside of Tai Sun Eating House, you’ll find this stall selling prata and various types of curries. I’m actually pretty impressed how soft and tender the mutton was, I could scrap all the meat off with my spoon at minimal effort, and the curry was packed with flavour!

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Located at Golden Mile Hawker Center is this humble stall selling Beef Noodles and the beef tendon & brisket claypot caught my eye! You can add $1 for a bowl of noodles to go with it to complete the meal if you like. The tendon and brisket was pretty good and the soup base was tasty!

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Follow the long queue in the middle of Whampoa market and you’ll find Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee with pictures of our former president Dr. Tony Tan on the front. This plate is not the best I’ve had, but it’s terribly subjective if you’re a fan of the dry/wet, spicy/non-spicy, beehoon/mee. It was a good dish though and the chilli packs a punch! I love how they sprinkle the piece of lard all over the dish to give that added texture to the dish.

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The mutton was very flavourful and the chicken was plump and juicy. I do enjoy that the satay sauce had abit of spice to it, and definitely a good satay fix to order if you’re having cravings for it!

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