Older generation folks having their wanton mee fix near Wang Jiao Cooked Food stall in Hainanese Village Food Centre is a pretty common sight. One fine day, I finally felt old enough :p to give it a try on a hot weekday afternoon. Read More
It was around 10.30 in the morning and here was Lao Beng way behind the queue for Yi Liu Xiang (一流香) Nasi Lemak. Lao Beng was craving for the kuning fish (Yellowstripe scad) for months since my last visit.
I was hoping against hope that the kuning fish would still be available as the queue was long and the patrons in front of me were ordering multiple takeaways. Read More
Traditional coffee, half-boiled eggs and kaya toast are perennial favourites of Singaporeans when it comes to having them as breakfast or even during a tea break.
Da Zhong Cafe located in Hainanese Village Food Centre serves traditional Nanyang coffee, half-boiled eggs as well as kaya toast and steamed bread. Read More
Imagine yourself hungry and down to your last dollar in the year 2015 and you wonder what kind of Hawker Food you can buy to fill your tummy.
Bedok Chwee Kueh is the answer, four “Chwee Kuehs” (Steamed Rice Cakes) for the price of $1. This is the branch located in Hainanese Village Food Centre in Lorong Ah Soo.
Holy Molly, Kueh ga-lo-re! That was the first thing that came to my mind when I stepped into Molly’s Nonya Cake & Confectionery in Hougang located just beside the Hainanese Village Food Centre.
I have eaten Molly’s Nonya Kueh at a relative’s birthday gathering many moons ago but had never visited the actual store. I had cravings one day and decided to pay them a visit. Read More
There are a lot of good food in Hainanese Village Food Centre (Lorong Ah Soo), I chanced upon Blue Star Fried Hokkien Mee one late afternoon and decided to give it a try.
Prices as shown in the picture are $3.50, $4.50 and $6.00 and I ordered the smallest portion. Read More