1 Bedok Road
#01-09 Bedok Food Centre
Singapore 469572

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10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm


10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

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Spy Tip: Order the beef satay! It’s the best of the lot. Chicken is only meh. Remember to ask for more gravy.

Oh mee rebus, we meet again. My annual pilgrimage to Bedok Camp for IPPT may be an arduous experience, but the reward at the end is made all the more sweeter knowing that a piping hot plate of noodles in gravy awaits me like a pot of saucy gold at the other side of the 2.4km rainbow.

The slurp-worthy sauce is not overly gloopy or starchy, and has a runnier consistency than most, which is just the way I like it. Subtly sweet and spicy, brimming with flavour and hiding the occasional soft peanut, the gravy clings well to the yellow noodles, but you'll find yourself drinking it straight from the spoon more often than not.

Pro-tip: add on a begedil for 60 cents. It may not be homemade, but they coat the patty in egg before deep-frying it. The result is a paper-thin crispy egg batter encasing a fabulously fluffy potato cake within.

Satay Solo
Unit 01-09
Blk 1 Bedok Road
Bedok Food Centre

Taste: 3.5/5


The mutton was certainly flavourful with the marination of spices. But I thought it was a tad too sweet and slightly tough as there were no fats in between the chunks of meat.


This rice dish has mutton buah keluak, sambal sotong, lung etc. A very delicious meal for any one who love spicy food. Sedap!!!


A solid rendition of a traditional breakfast favourite, this stall's version has a slightly meatier piece of chicken than normal. Value for money at $3

Came across a long queue at this stall on a Sunday morning, so naturally I joined it! The Nasi Sambal Goreng comes with fluffy coconut rice topped with shredded coconut, fried tempeh and prawn, fried chicken wing, begedil and a thin slice of omelette. The sweet, spicy chilli sauce that accompanies the dish packs quite a punch too. $4 for something a little different from your usual hawker breakfast.