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Best Singapore Hawker Food Choice 2016
What are the best hawker choices in 2016? Amongst the many stalls that we have tried, the following are our best picks. Of course, many hawker stalls are already the talk of the town that do not require further attention. Our focus here are more on stalls that are less well-known, but have all right substances to stand up to the challenges. Try it out and let us know your opinions.
So far, we have not awarded a char siew stall four stars out of five. However, we have no hesitation to endorse Roast Paradise with a four and half rating. If there is a paradise to enjoy real good roast meat, it is here at Roast Paradise.
A: Stall #01-121, Old Airport Road Food Centre
Fong Yong Wanton Noodle has truly lived up to be cheap and good stall for its range of noodles. The serving size was not compromised and in fact you will receive more than what you expected for just $2.50. Cheap prices, huge serving sizes and the enthralling taste makes it a perfect recommendable place for a visit.
A: Block 538, Bedok North Market and Food Centre, #01-89, Bedok North Street 3
It still can’t hold the candle to the famous Sembawang White Bee Hoon in term of flavour, but a spot on this list is well-deserved. The rich and aromatic gravy created a beautifully subtle sweet and savory flavour that is pleasing to the taste buds. A $10 serving comes with six big prawns, copious amounts of fried lard, plus you can taste the seafood flavours muddled up with all other ingredients in the gravy, complementing the noodles well and creating a truly tantalizing Hawker delicacy. What is missing perhaps is the eggs which could elevate the flavour.
A: Old Airport Road #01-51, Singapore 390051
Nasi Lemak: Every ingredient was flavourful, from the delicious fishcake and chicken wing to the perfectly cooked veggies. In our opinion, San Hup Nasi Lemak is comparable to most other renowned Nasi Lemak stalls, a stall worth coming back for.
Don’t forget the Black and White Carrot Cake, its taste was alluring and the tender carrot cakes had right multitude of flavour. San Hup Economic Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak is a hidden gem in this coffeeshop, from its Nasi Lemak to the fried carrot cake. Most importantly, the uncles and aunties running the stall know well the meaning of good food.
A: Block 742A, Tampines Street 72, Singapore 521742
The soul of a good Lor Mee largely depends on the bowl of gravy. Xiang Ji Lor Mee did not disappoint us in this aspect, the gravy has the right viscosity and seasoning, which stimulates the taste buds. The chili and minced garlic further boosted the overall flavour and was not at all inferior to 178 Tiong Baru Lor Mee or even the Master of Lor mee Xin Mei Xiang. What needs to be improved is their toppings and ingredients. They were too ordinary and lacked the same quality when compared to the gravy.
Overall, Xiang Ji Lor Mee has passed the requirements of a good lor mee with its savoury and exquisite flavours. Its a decent competitor for the best Lor Mee stalls around including the two big brothers in the vicinity if the accompanied toppings could be made more robust.
A: Blk 51 Old Airport Rd #01-81 Old Airport Rd Food Centre