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84 Marine Parade Central
Marine Parade Central Market & Food Centre
Singapore 440084

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07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

07:00am - 10:00pm

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Apollo CKT is probably 1 of the iconic stall there, with their signature wet CKT. Still very flavourful though the Wok Hei didn’t taste as distinct as before, and not everyone may like this version.
老娘 Wanton Mee sounded good and it certainly had potential, with the thicker bouncy noodles and fiery chilli. But the lady probably exerted too much of her prowess with her salty soy sauce.
The Hollywood Chendol looked attractive and it was refreshing, just wished the Gula Melaka was more pronounced for the taste to pop.
Not our favourite Putu Piring so far, but the brown cake from the same stall was the dark horse instead. Light and fluffy, it was tasty with an aromatic caramel-like taste.
Nevertheless, we liked that the FC looked so clean and was so well-ventilated and cooling (many powerful fans!), making makan at FC such a pleasant experience again.

Sweet bean sauce, scoop of chilli sauce and sprinkles of sesame seeds. So tasty rice noodle roll when served warm.


A decent portion of traditional glutinous rice with crunchy peanuts and fried shallots.


Clear broth is so shiok. Short queue expected as different requests from different variations of the simple prawn noodles. Value for money for its taste.


Favourite Chendol in Toa Payoh Lor 8's market, now has a branch in Marine Parade Food Centre too!
They never scrimp on ingredients: sweet red beans, green Chendol shreds, attap chee seeds, lemak lightly-salted coconut cream and gula melaka syrup. I love to stay and watch them ladle that thick glistening Gula Melaka syrup over crushed ice and it slowing seeping downwards as the ice cracks soaks up all that goodness. Immense foodporn moment right there. Order this yourself and you'll willingly hand over that crisp two dollar note in your pocket.



When I'm in the hood and feel like eating something clean yet tasty, I get this. The QQ noodles tossed in black sauce then topped with a sprinkling of minced pork are simple yet enjoyable, but it's their unique handmade fine cut yong tau foo I'm really here for.

Steeped in a robust soy bean broth, each delicate looking piece is flavourful unlike the generic, bland tasting mass-produced versions sold at run-of-the-mill yong tau foo stalls. The Eight Treasures set includes the emerald green spinach tako, tau kee(fish paste stuffed beancurd skins), stuffed tofu, fishball and springy shrimp cake. They go great with the stall's specialty chilli sauce

Marine Parade Promenade
Unit 01-180
84 Marine Parade Central

Taste: 3.5/5