Best Food Tiong Bahru Market

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7 Best Food in Tiong Bahru Market Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best food in Tiong Bahru Market has to offer to satisfy your craving for something cheap and good for the heartlanders? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of Tiong Bahru market stalls below.

Min Nan Prawn Noodle

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Min Nan Prawn Noodles serve good fresh prawns with fishballs on the noodles. But these are not the only ingredients. It also has pork ribs and pork tail. The soup served is very delicious with lots of flavour. The pork meat is easy to chew because they can be easily de-boned and eaten.

Jian Bo Shui Kueh

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What more can you say about this Shui Kueh or Chwee Kueh that is touted as one of the finest one in Singapore? Read more about why this dish is one of Tiong Bahru’s best food.

Tiong Bahru Fried Kway Teow

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The market serves this fragrant kway teow that anyone who craves for something cheap and good will want it. Read more about this dish.

Tiong Bahru Lor Mee

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If you want some good noodles with thick broth, try this Lor Mee dish. It contains many ingredients, such as the fried fish, ngor hiang, braised egg and fried dumplings.

Lee Hong Kee Roast Meat

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Great selection of roast pork meat, duck meat and char siew all year long! It is one of the best food stalls in this market. Read more about this stall here.

Tiong Bahru Pau

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This Cantonese dim sum stall rocks for its big buns or what you called big bao. The big bao has a very juicy pork and light fluffy skin. The filling is not so sweet but is just nice for eating a good snack during tea or breakfast.

Liang Liang Garden

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In such a hot and humid land like Singapore, one certainly can’t do much without desserts to sweeten our taste. Especially cold desserts.

Liang Liang Garden ticks as the best dessert stall in Tiong Bahru market with its 2 selections – Shark Fin Cheng Tng and Milo Dinosaur Ice Kachang. You know many of us is familiar with Milo Dinosaur drink served by halal stalls by now. But have you ever tried the ice kachang version of it? Imagine sprinkling milo powder in chunks over the ice kachang – so it’s sweeter and sweeter! And this makes it the best stall to patronise in Tiong Bahru market.

Have you tried any of the Tiong Bahru market food establishments listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours? 

Whatever your thoughts are on our list of the best food Tiong Bahru market has to offer, let us know what you think and comment below!

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