Showing posts with label Hawker Centre. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hawker Centre. Show all posts

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Yishun Hawker Centre

Yishun Hawker Centre located at Yishun Avenue 11, is newly opened in September. It is a 800 seat hawker centre with high ceiling and is not stuffy unlike those older hawker centre.

Diners can pay for their food and drinks using either cash or a mobile application which stores credits. Those using the app currently get a 10 per cent discount on their bill.

I ordered the har cheong gai(prawn paste chicken wing) from Ah Tan Wing. It's quite nice and delicious, if only their chilli is a bit more spicy.

Hubby ordered the ngoh hiang (variety of fried food) and the mee hoon(Rice vermicelli)

We paid 50 cents for deposit when we get a tray from the respective stall to carry our food to our table. When we return the tray at the designated return point, an automated system will dispense the deposit to us. No need to pay deposit if we do not need the tray.

More information on how to go to Yishun Hawker Centre

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Bak Kut Teh Lunch at Teck Ghee Court Food Centre

Lunch treat by eldest brother in law at this Food Centre. Good recommendation by him.

The food was served very fast cause they only sell few items but the food was great.

Yew Tiao (fried dough fritters)

Salted Vegetables

Pork Ribs Soup (with peppery taste)

Pig's Trotters (love the this dish and the braised soya sauce goes well with rice)

Eng Kee Bak Kut Teh Blk 341 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 #01-04 Teck Ghee Court Market & Food Centre Singapore

Opening Hours Tue–Sun: 8am – 3pm (They dont open on Monday)

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Balestier Market

Been a long time since I revisited Balestier Market. I post about this market in my Singapore Blog.

The two stone lions flanking the Balestier Market signboard were gone.

I wondered where the stone lions (a replica of the original Merdeka Lion) are now. I googled and try to find the lions and chanced upon this blog another set of the replica merdeka lions.

At first I thought is the same set of lions but closer look, especially the tails and eyes, it looked kinda different so is not the same pair.

Geez, did not know there's so many sets of replica of the merdeka lions.

The Balestier Market is attracting more customers cause there's a lot new stalls in the market selling very good food. The new stalls were all relocated together from Long House food Centre which were closed.

I went from stall to stall to take photos of them, so many food but too bad I have a very small stomach hahaha.

There were many ceilings fans and also huge fans like this in the market, so not to worry feeling hot and stuffy in this market.

Of course, I must try Ah Hui Prawn Noodle after watching last friday's documentary show on Channel 8.

It was indeed very good and at S$5 with two and half big prawns, is really worth it. The broth is really very tasty.

Hubby ordered the chicken and mushroom hor fun, I found the bowl of noodle look odd and then I realised my hubby asked the stall holder not to add any vegetables hahaha. He hated vegetables.

For dessert, we ordered the sweet potato soup, really very tasty and good , had the taste of ginger in it and the soup was really steaming hot.