Food Courts/ Hawkers

Food Courts/ Hawkers

From hawker centres to the atas Food courts
Lock Yin Tam
Lock Yin Tam

My friends recommended this dish to me and I didn’t believe them when they told me that they were very generous with the rice and meat. When I got my food, I was surprised that there really was SO much meat and rice, even though the price is so affordable at $3! The picture really doesn’t do this dish justice, and I really recommend this if you are hungry and looking for food around Woodlands Industrial Park.

You’ll be able to spot this stall from far away from its snaking long queues. Be prepared to wait up to an hour or more during peak dinner times. We still had to wait 20 minutes even though we went pretty late after at around 8.30, a testament to the stalls popularity.
The best Hokkien Mee I’ve had, Yi Sheng’s food is well worth the wait. The noodles are chewy and have soaked up the savoury prawn broth, and you get a generous portion of squid and two juicy prawns in a plate of noodle. Their homemade sambal belacan is also really good and gives the noodles a nice kick. 10/10 would recommend to anyone who would love a good plate of Hokkien Mee!


Finally tried this after so long! And it really lives up to expectations. Mouth-wateringly spicy, I was tearing up and sniffling but couldn’t stop eating. I think my tolerance of spicy is pretty normal, not too high or low and 中辣 was just nice for me!
There are actually two stalls in people’s park complex, the one inside normally always has a shorter queue so take note if you don’t want to queue for too long!
We spent $15 for this portion and it was just nice for two people.

Mac and Cheese is definitely one of my favourite guilty pleasures. The Mac and Cheese served by French Garçon at the food court at Block 22 of Ngee Ann Poly is served fresh to you in a cute little takeout box and is everything a Mac n Cheese needs, thick, gooey and full of melted cheese. You get to choose your own toppings and flavours, and the pasta is nice and chewy. Definitely will come again to try some of their more unique flavours next time!

Price - ~$5.20 a box

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The KARA Se’abura ramen is a spicy ramen where you get to choose from a base of salt, shoya, and squid ink and it will be topped with a generous helping of chilli oil. I chose salt as my base. The broth was thick and flavourful however it starts to feel slightly greasy after awhile due to the oil. The noodles are springy and chewy and the meat helping is pretty generous with a thick and tender piece of char siew as compared to some other ramen shops where they give you really thin slices.
All in all for $14 this ramen tasted really authentic and good (the cooks are all Japanese too which could be a testament to its authenticity) however it’s not for those who prefer a plainer taste and dislike oily ramen. Would definitely come back to eat again but perhaps I’ll try a different broth the next time.



Singaporean student who loves to eat

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