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14 Best Hawker Food in The East Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best hawker food East has to offer to satisfy your craving for something delicious and yet cheap? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of hawker stalls in the east below.

Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian

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If you have been to Bedok North Fengshan Blk 85 Food Centre, chances are you might have come across this stall selling Bak Chor Mee or Rou Cuo Mian (in Mandarin). In English, this dish is called Minced Meat Noodles.

At $3.50 or $5, this bowl of soup-based Minced Meat Noodles certainly gives people the quality of food they deserve at this price. The noodles served are thin yellow noodles with good texture. Adding to the flavour is the soup that really makes your night satisfied as you drink it with the minced meat underneath.

Song Kee Fried Oyster

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Fancy your weekend or public holiday activities at East Coast Park, only to end with a good dinner treat at the East Coast Lagoon Food Centre? Well, this stall sells one of the best food in the east. Read more about the review.

Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak

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Do you want to get to a tucked away corner in the eastern part of Singapore with authentic Malay Muslim food?

Well, you can get it here at Changi Village with the Mizzy Corner’s Nasi Lemak!

Amongst the competitive battleground for Nasi Lemak dishes in Changi Village hawker itself, Mizzy outshines others with its extraordinarily crunchy crispy chicken wing skin, strong coconut flavoured rice and its very sweet sambal chili.

So if you happen to travel to Changi Village for Pulau Ubin activities or if you just come out from the military camps nearby, try this Nasi Lemak stall. You won’t regret certainly!

Zhong Mei Cooked Food

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If you love vegetarian-friendly food for your morning breakfast, you should head on to Blk 538 Bedok North Market for this carrot cake.

The carrot cake is traditionally handmade and cooked crispy. The sweetness of the black sauce and the spiciness of the chili makes this carrot cake an all-good old taste that is a rare find in Singapore nowadays for its uniqueness in Singaporean local taste.

Kallang Western Barbecue

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This Western food originates from Kallang Old Airport Road Food Centre, and has another stall at Bedok hawker centre for decades too. It serves one of the best Western food in Singapore. Read more about the review here.

Pin Xiang Chicken Rice

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This chicken rice stall sells fragrant chicken rice to the public. It is a reputable hawker stall with one of the best food in Bedok Interchange. Read more about this stall here.

Joo Chiat Chiap Kee

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This stall is another food gem in Bedok with its great tasting fishball noodles. It is located at Blk 216 Bedok Central, next to the Singapore Post branch office.

Mee Pok Dry is the most popular choice in this stall. The noodles are cooked in boiling hot soup and then thoroughly mixed with various sauces and ingredients. If you want spicy, then you are in good hands.

The spicy sambal chili provides the heat and smoky flavour to the whole dish. The springy and chewy noodles really gives the eaters the mood to eat happily while enjoying the full flavours of the noodles.

Chai Chee Pork Porridge

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Besides Xing Ji Bak Chor Mee, this pork porridge must not be missed because it often draws crowds to this specially made dish every night. Read more about why this hawker stall ticks.

Shi Wei Da

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Shi Wei Da is another gem in Blk 85 Fengshan Market, in addition to Chai Chee Pork Porridge and Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian. It serves great satay bee hoon that contains hot satay sauce, vermicelli bee hoon, with ingredients such as prawns, pork slices, kang kong and cuttlefish.

It is of no wonder this stall was awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand in Singapore. The bee hoon and all the ingredients are very chewy, and together with the peanut sauce of the satay, you can get a good full taste of sweet, savoury and spicy food together.

Inspirasi

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Do you love Malay Mee Rebus or Mee Soto very much? Well, you should check out this stall in Bedok Interchange hawker centre. Read more about this stall in this post.

Zuo Ji Duck Rice

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This stall sells great duck porridge for generations and is one of the eye-catchers in East Coast Lagoon Food Centre. Read more about why this is one of the best hawker food in the east.

Dunman Char Siew Wan Ton Mee

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Very hot spicy wan ton noodles can be found in this stall at Dunman Food Centre. This is what makes it top in the eastern side for hawker food.

It is so spicy that a blogger ever remarked that this is not for the faint-hearted eaters. The homemade egg noodles are actually thick. The char siew meat is well marinated with good taste.

Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow

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Lao Fu Zi is by a viral word-of-mouth one of the best char kway teow stall in Singapore. Its char kway teow is also one of the best food in Old Airport Road Food Centre. Read more about this stall here.

Seng Hoe Fishball Minced Meat Noodle

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The noodles are different from those from the aforementioned stalls. They are neither super spicy nor super salty. The chili ingredients together with the fishballs, minched meat and the tender pork meat slices really make the whole dish fulfilling. Taking it together with the side bowl of soup balances the taste if you do not like it too salty or too sweet or too spicy.

Have you tried any of the Old Airport Road 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 Old Airport Road has to offer, let us know what you think and comment below!

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