Recommended lists for Hawker Fare

Recommended lists of Hawker Fare in Singapore
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Burpple Guides, Hawker Fare Tastemakers Guide to Serangoon Garden Market In this edition of Tastemaker Guides, our Burpple Tastemakers brought their insatiable appetites to Serangoon Garden Market and ate their way through the gems the hawker centre has to offer. From old-school bread buns worth setting your alarm for to velvety smooth beancurd and a stellar fish maw soup, there's plenty reason to head to the north-east. Happy feasting!
Tastemakers Guide To Best Young Hawkers in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Hawker Fare Tastemakers Guide To Best Young Hawkers in Singapore A hawker's life is far from glamorous, but the long hours of hard work certainly hasn't stopped new generation hawkers from doing their part in preserving family legacies and introducing new iterations of hawker food. For this guide, our Tastemakers trawled the island in search of stalls run and fronted by these young hawkers, all of which serve up some laud-worthy, delicious food. As you trace our Tastemakers' culinary journey, bring an appetite but also a smile and perhaps a kind word or two — these passionate hawkers who buck the norm of cushy office jobs certainly deserve our support!
Ultimate Tourist Guide to Hawker Food in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Hawker Fare Ultimate Tourist Guide to Hawker Food in Singapore With this guide to some of the best local eats, it's easy for anyone to enjoy Singapore's food paradise. We've shortlisted five hawker centres and 13 dishes we believe both tourists and locals alike must visit, but also with convenience and variety in mind! From a family-run stall that cooks laksa over a charcoal fire to our take on where to find spot-on renditions of chicken rice, chilli crab, Peranakan kueh, zi char, Hokkien mee and more, the ideas are all delicious. Next time a friend from overseas is in town, just send them this link.
Tastemakers Guide To Best Hawkers In Tampines
Burpple Guides, Hawker Fare Tastemakers Guide To Best Hawkers In Tampines Our Burpple Tastemakers have their sights set on the far east this time, specifically Tampines! Fuelled by their voracious appetites, these bona fide foodies have curated the 10 top hawker eats in the area. From pick-your-own mala bowls and roasted duck worth travelling for, to hor fun done two ways (you have to read about it to believe it!) and affordable Western grills that may just give cafes a run for their money, here are plenty of tasty eats to inspire a trip to Tampines!

Top 10 Places for Hawker Fare

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Latest Reviews for Hawker Fare

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Hawker Fare

[The Burning Oak]
[Bedok Market Place]
Tasted this bowl of Wagyu Rump Cap & Iberico Pork Cheeks Don ($16) from [The Burning Oak]! Includes wagyu beef slices which are perfectly tender and juicy, Pork Cheeks are filled with fats with a half layer of meat that disintegrates upon biting it! Onsen Egg breaks upon scooping it, then mixing it with the sauce given on the pearl looking soft rice!
Taste: 3.5/5✡
Love the food here!

Wanted to order the Chicken Wings but ended up getting these from Thumshop at the new Yishun Park Hawker Centre — while the chunks of chicken could have been more juicy, I was actually intrigued by how the exterior was being rather well-crusted yet carries a light hint of lemongrass for its finish. Not bad as a snack to be shared across the table.

It's been quite some time since I have actually went for Fishball Noodles at Fishball Story (the previous time being for the collaboration with The Masses) — pretty glad that there is one at the North now with the new branch at Yishun Park Hawker Centre.

The Premium Fishball Noodles come with all the goodies; fish skin, fishcake, fish dumplings, fried dumpling and fishballs — all the handmade goodies that they are known for. Noodles were springy, while laced with a sauce that was pretty balanced in terms of saltiness and spiciness (you can opt out of chili if you wish) and not too vinegary. The fishballs and fishcakes were springy with a bit of bite; doesn't carry that aftertaste that the mass-produced ones often do and carries a more pronounced flavour of the fish meat used. The fish dumpling were also not too overwhelming in flavour; savoury to the right degree. Quite glad to have one relatively close by to go to!

If you like your wanton mee the old school way with sour chili, you can try the wanton mee from the stall here that is located in a coffeeshop at a sleepy neighborhood of Jalan Selaseh.

Heard and sampled this on Burpple for quite some time, but never got the chance to try it until now (Damn Golden Mile for having too many good food). The burger patty was soft and just melts with easy as you eat. I love the toasted buns, really makes the whole burger experience better. The burger ranges from $4.80-$5.50 depending on the burger selected and comes with fries. However if you want to upgrade the fries, just top up the difference.

The broth tasted normal but the prawns were really fresh. I guess any warm food would taste heavenly and be comforting to the soul on a sad rainy afternoon.


Braised Duck, Braised Pork Belly, Braised Pork Intestines, Braised Peanut, Tofu, Egg, Porridge, Rice and Noodle! Shiok!
Location: 34 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427758
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#02-48. Basically soya sauce based noodle with your choice of Taiwanese style fried chicken cutlet (as pictured), soya sauce chicken, braised chicken feet, prawn dumplings or char siew/wontons. Generous portions and quality ingredients (e.g. a small whole prawn can be seen in each prawn dumpling). Sauce is on the sweet side so maybe a bit jelak for some. But pork lard and good chilli makes the dish very fragrant and tasty ! The lady is a bit fierce but hey we live to be abused by arrogant hawkers, right?

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Crispy indeed! Price for plain prata is $0.80, egg prata: $1.30. Waiting time during morning rush can be ard 15mins. But prata is easy to break off since is crispy, it still make a good place for a quick breakfast!