To Lao Beng, Punggol is a very boring hunting place for good hawker food. With that said, there are still gems to be found if you look hard enough. Read More
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
Food prices are always on the rise, so it is hard to find something that is value for money and yet still fills your tummy. This is especially so for hawker food that uses seafood as part of their ingredients. Read More
A few months back, I wandered to Tanjong Katong to jalan-jalan and to look for hawker food in that area. So, here I was at Eng’s Noodles House at around 4 plus in the afternoon to have my “pre-dinner” snack. Read More
Armenian Street Char Kway Teow (亚米尼亚街炒粿条) has a history going all the way back to the late 1940s. It started out as a push-cart stall before settling into a small coffee shop at the corner of Armenian Street and stayed there until 2007. They had to shift due to redevelopment of the area and now calls Sengkang as its home with another stall in Tampines as well as Sin Ming; but at the time of this post the Sin Ming branch is closed till further notice. Read More
When you mention Laksa, 328 Katong Laksa (328 加东叻沙) easily comes to Singaporeans’ mind. It is probably the most famous Laksa in Singapore by word of mouth, bloggers’ recommendation, travel sites’ recommendation, social media sharing, etc. Read More
Takashimaya Shopping Centre Basement 2 is a nice place to find all genres of food; especially Japanese ones. Tsuru-Koshi Udon is a great place for quality Japanese Udon at affordable prices. Read More
It is a known fact that some hawker stalls in Singapore only operate until the end of lunchtime. Lao Beng found himself at Kebun Baru Food Centre located in Ang Mo Kio at close to 2.30pm.
Most of the stalls were already closed but I was lucky enough to find Hong Heng Beef Noodle Soup and Laksa (宏兴牛肉粉.叻沙) stall still open. Read More
Lor Mee, some love it, others simply do not like it. For me, Lor Mee is one of Singapore’s most original hawker food and it originated from the Hokkien community in Singapore.
Lao Beng visited North Bridge Road Market and Food Centre one morning to try out Zhen Hao Lor Mee (珍好卤面).
Most of us love to eat Yong Tau Foo as it is always deemed as a healthier choice as compared with other hawker food.
The sad thing is that nowadays generic Yong Tau Foo ingredients are largely factory made. However, there are still a few good hawkers that make their Yong Tau Foo by hand.
U Hakka Niang Tou Fu located in Circuit Road Food Centre is one good example of authentic traditional Hakka Yong Tau Foo. Read More