SG Hawker food

SG Hawker food

Featuring Amoy Street Food Centre, Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu (Albert Centre Market & Food Centre), Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist (Hong Lim Market & Food Centre), Pepper Bowl (Amoy Street Food Centre), Hong Ji Claypot Bak Kut Teh (Ang Mo Kio), Xiang Jiang Soya Sauce Chicken (Alexandra Village Food Centre), China Square Fried Fish Soup (Blanco Court), James' Quesadilla & Brunch (Amoy Street Food Centre), Amoy St Boon Kee Prawn Noodle, Heng Heng Western
Karen .
Karen .

Reasonable priced set, the pork cutlet is deep fried on the spot which makes it extra crispy. The curry is really tasty to go along with the rice. Miso soup was given as part of the set. Recommend to give this store a try! 😋

Trying to relive my childhood with this western food that I ate since young but disappointed by the serving and taste. Paper thin pork chop slice didn’t taste good as before. Give this a miss, I’m sure there are better ones out there

I like their rice but the misses will be the chilli as it’s quite tasteless and not spicy at all. Not what I expect of a chicken rice. Well portion but I’m not heading back for this, will probably try their other dishes.

Simple and taste really good. The portobello mushroom is so juicy! With the crunchy veg, perfect match. Good thing the filling is juicy as I realised there seems to be no sauce. It could have been dry for bite. Worth the try! I’m going back for the other flavours

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Got the $4.90 bowl, taste ok. Long queue but fast moving. The portion is a little small. I don’t see myself going back there for this again, average yong tau foo in my opinion.

Love the fried shredded egg, the soup taste so sweet and rich with the milk.

Love the soup and can taste the pork rib is well marinated. Prawns are fresh, doesn’t stick to shell. 😋

Tasty soya sauce chicken $4.00 we also ordered their dumpling which cost $0.80 each. Quite like it just that the Q quite slow so you need a little more patience

One of my favour comfort food, love the fish stick (beancurd skin with some paste). This is the basic kyaw Teow soup at $3.80, they also have the premium one with more “Liao”

Tried their recommended noodle, pretty good. Maybe come back to try their other noodles such as hor fun and curry noodles.

Good portion for its price, we also tried their wanton soup. Quite generous, I mean the meat filling.

Piping hot claypot herbal bak Kut teh, they have quite a few choices with different ingredients for u to choose. I got the original and lean meat version. Taste good as usual, perfect for herbal soup lover. You can match it with rice, Maggie mee or mee sua

I queued for 20 mins during lunch hour. The hor fun taste pretty good, worth the queue. The black pepper taste is not as strong as I expected but it’s still good. Love their beef hor fun, the hor fun taste flavourful as compared to the traditional zi char. Will queue again when I have time and try their onset egg 😊

Karen .

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