17 Upper Boon Keng Road
Singapore 380017

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07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

From the corner stall. Not great roti john, not great mutton. I appreciate the sauces and hey nice egg lol.

From Geylang Traditional Carrot Cake
This is the $3.00 portion of fried white homemade carrot cake with red carrot strips.

From Guam Kee, Soya Bean drink $1 big cup.


From Hua Jie Tradition Dessert
Sweet boiled mung bean dessert with fritter dough fritters.
Liked the caramelised syrup.
Wallet friendly prices.

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If you’re looking for cheap and tasty wanton noodles, definitely have to try this stall in Upper Boon Keng hawker center! QQ noodles paired with great tasting soup.

💰: S$3/bowl
🍜: Zao Dao Cooked Food, #01-78 Upper Boon Keng Market and Food Centre


Date visited: 23/5/2018 (2:55pm)

Quiet, lazy afternoon at Upper Boon Keng Market.

Was very gian (read: craving) for luncheon meat bun lately, but this classic bun is increasingly hard to come by these days.

Walked around the market to look at the bakery stalls to check out the bread rolls and stumbled upon this simple bun!!!

At Boon Keng Bread stall, there are no fanciful buns made with exotic ingredients.

What I found, were the classic, simple buns that I used to spot in traditional bakeries; red bean, kaya, coconut, curry, cheese/ butter, sausage etc

Prices range from $0.80-1.20 per bun, depending on which flavour you choose.

Anyway, back to the luncheon meat bun. The bun was (still) warm, very soft, and so subtly sweet! Exactly what I was looking for! It provides a nostalgic comfort that fanciful buns made with exotic ingredients at hipster cafes/ modern bakeries cannot give.

Such a simple bun, yet such a satisfying experience.

I cannot exaggerate and say that this is the best luncheon meat bun, but sometimes, the simplest things in life (like a couple of luncheon meat buns like this) can make me really happy.

So satisfyingly good!!!

Can't decide what to eat until I heard a noisy stall speaking loudly in Cantonese as if they were quarreling. WANTON MEE !!! Decided to give it a shot. Hmmm... AWESOME!!!! now I found a new way to spot stalls that worth SHARING. Its not the soup, not the noodle not the spice and not the ingredient. It's the way they run the business. Lol😹😹😹.