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32 New Market Road
Singapore 050032

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~$10/pax

Reviews at People's Park Complex Food Centre

Reviews of good food at People's Park Complex Food Centre

Just a few stalls down from the 2nd Ri Ri Hong stall (facing the MRT), there's this stall selling great ma la xiang guo at the same prices too ($1 for veg, $2 for meats, $3 for seafood)! I got the medium spice and it was quite mild, but I really liked the lingering heat and numbness. It wasn't as oily but still very fragrant and fried very thorough, although I was hoping for more peppercorns and that herb kind of flavours. Another plus, portion's big and there's no queue!

Thanks for the tip my ma la buddy @riinns! We both agree Ri Ri Hong's standard is kinda slipping and inconsistent now, you can give this a try if you're in the area!

๐Ÿ“้บป่พฃ้ฆ™้”…ๅฑ… Ma La Xiang Guo Ju
People's Park Food Centre #01-104

Mix of tendon and beef

Nothing particularly impressive apart from its decent portion and softness. Soup lacked beefy notes and tasted bland/of msg

OK it's not bad enough to be put into this list but it definitely doesn't go into "good hawker"

Sorry if there's a page for the specific stall I can't seem to rmb it

But this is totally the bomb fall off the bone tender mutton I never expected mutton to be this tender. I literally sucked the meat off the bone. U know those tender chicken wings where u can pull the bones out and eat the whole wing? This is the mutton version of that. Moreover it's very well marinated and a dash of chili flakes completes this incredibly meaty snack

Stall #01-1080 sells two types of oyster omelette - one which is literally omelette style and the other is our usual mixed starch with egg batter. I got the latter and I see why the hefty price tag ($5/$8/$10). If we are talking by food centre's standards, these oysters are obese! ๐Ÿ˜ I also love the seasoning and enjoyment between the softness and light crisp of that batter. I will join that queue again!

Stall #01-1080 has no name yet its popularity at the food centre is proven by the faithful customers who are willing to queue in such hot weather. ๐Ÿค—

They must have used real good eggs, just look at that golden yellow omelette. I love the soft steamed radish cake cubes and bits of preserved radish which added some beautiful aroma and saltiness to every bite I took. ๐Ÿ˜„ The carrot cake comes in $3/$4/$5 and it is a great choice for sharing! Makan up~~

Despite the sweltering heat, people still have steaming baskets of these plump babies on their tables. Reason is very simple - there are SIX soup-filled dumplings with the right stretchy chewy skin for just $4! Though the skin is a bit thick, this is one of the cheapest xiao long baos with pleasant taste of pork broth and meat filling. ๐Ÿ˜™ Look for Jin Feng Mei Shi (้‡‘ๅ‡ค็พŽ้ฃŸ) at #01-1130.

Mixed platter for 2pax at $18. The roast meat is fatty and crispy but a little on the dry side. The char siew as well, quite dry and alittle salty for my taste. The roast duck was tender but salty. Overall, the dish was more towards salty.

Located near to Upper Cross Street, Zhen Zhu Fang Roasted Delights featured in 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore, they offer cantonese roast meats like pork chop and duck rice.

When it comes to duck, who doesn't know Toh Kee, one of the oldest duck stall in Singapore. Nicely charred, yet not too oily, the crisp duck is still tender and flavourful. Drumstick is my all time favorite. Wooofff!!! I'm drooling again.

There will be times in your life when you feel so elated because a certain food was done in a certain way and you feel that someone understands you finally.

I like my Hor fun served white ( Bak in Cantonese like what the auntie at the stall calls it ) and sans oyster sauce , oil and the whole other myriad of other sauces that most would like.
I like my char siew lean , very very lean and a little charred at sides with a honey Glaze.
I like my vegetables served crunchy and still green ( not limp and yellow ) and I'd prefer Kai lan anytime over Cai Xin.

This stall at the OG market has done it all right ( for me ) and I am glad that I finally found time to revisit this stall ( which has been an anchor stall at the market for many years ).

I was very very very satisfied with all the elements on my plate.

Having said that, my noodles were made plain according to my instructions so if you like it more tasty - just go with the regular order.
I have also asked for less meat because I was pretty sure it was going to be quite a huge portion and I didn't want it to go to waste ( so expect a larger char siew portion).

At Sgd 3.50 for authentic HK roasted meat, this was a generous portion and very value for money .

A bit too spicy for me, as I am not a chilli lover.
Price: $4

Feeling hungry while doing CNY shopping at Chinatown, we spotted this stall displaying all these glossy-looking and well-roasted meats. ๐Ÿ˜„ We ordered Twin Mix Noodles and I was impressed by the generous portion of roasted duck and char siew albeit it was a little dry. It was still a decent and filling plate of noodles topped with lots of meat.

The dumpling soup was too bland for our palates but worth the money as there was a prawn in every dumpling. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Having Mee Pok (flat noodle) dry with some assorted handmade Teochew fishball. The springy noodle pairs well with the accompany chilli sauce and the fishballs are bouncy in texture too
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Satisfy brunch ends with a cup of Hainanese Coffee ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿปok now must go order some pineapple bits Bak Kwak #cuisineparadiseeatout #sgfood #hawkerfood #burpple #foodblogger #foodporn

Always been a huge fan of soon kuehs and this is dope. The skin is so thin, i could not even pick it up. I just have to flip the box over to let these fall onto the plate. Usually i like my soon kueh panfried but this is so good that i eat it the way it is. I think some shallots were added into the filling for a boost in flavours. I could have this everyday. Like really! This is my 6th/7th one within 5 days. Also, it's relatively smaller than the usual soon kuehs la.
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๐Ÿ“Fatt Soon Kueh (ๅ‘็ฌ‹็ฒฟ๏ผ‰
People's Park Complex #01-1012
S050032
Daily except Thurs: 7am - 5pm/or sold out
Closed on Thursg

Fancy some prawn paste in your YTF? This stall is for you :) http://slowchomp.com/bai-nian-niang-dou-fu-็™พๅนด้…ฟ่ฑ†่…-peoples-park-complex-food-centre-็็ ๅŠ/

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