Review 50A Marine Terrace Market, 50A Marine Terrace, Singapore

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“Best food Kacang Phool, Roti John with own marinated sauce, Maggie grg, (Nasi Briyani Every Saturday & Sunday), Mee Rebus, Nasi Goreng.” or “Place is full of food choices. Food is delicious and reasonably priced.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about 50A Marine Terrace Market. Let’s read more of this article on to find out if 50A Marine Terrace Market is quality.

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10 AM to 2:30 PM.

Sunday: 10 AM to 1:30 PM.


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“Best food Kacang Phool, Roti John with own marinated sauce, Maggie grg, (Nasi Briyani Every Saturday & Sunday), Mee Rebus, Nasi Goreng.”

“Place is full of food choices. Food is delicious and reasonably priced.”

“Nice traditional market with hawker and wet market. The corner fishball noodle on the 1st row of the hawker was extremely good. Do expect queue if you are coming during the peak hours.”

“Wow! All the time fresh products and smiles traders. Noisy but lovely place. Working only till 1.00 PM. Hurry up, guys!”

“Local vegetables available within the center of the market, unbelievable!”

“The Malay culinary food there is very popular and by 1400hrs most are sold out. The other food by other vendors also seems to be popular.”

“One of the popular hawker centres in the East. There are 2 carparks leading up to this hawker centre. Lunch time will be very busy.”

“i love this mee pok. Must try! WTM nothing to shout about”

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Review Review 50A Marine Terrace Market, 50A Marine Terrace, Singapore

There is a total 243 reviews

4.1 / 5




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    Kelvin Lim

    Time to expand the market capacity. Too crowded for the neighbourhood.

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    just dave

    I grew up and still growing old with this neighbourhood. Of course it’s the best place in SG for me however, sadly most food stall no longer exist, really miss Ah Leong fishball noodle, porridge, fried carrot cake etc. Those that is there are the newer operators.

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    Aaron d'Almeida

    Ideal as breakfast & lunch haven as vast majority of food stalls do not operate after 2pm. Range includes Vegetarian, Chinese and Muslim Halal food choices. Some of the food stalls serve up delicious authentic local cuisines at reasonable hawker prices. Almost every type of fresh & dried produce can be found at the Wet Market which begins from 530am and lasts till Noon.

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    Eric Tan

    Place is full of food choices. Food is delicious and reasonably priced.

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    It is my first time visiting. I visited roughly afternoon and most stalls are closing or closed. So they probably do morning to lunch hours business. The fish ball noodles stall has endless flow of business and was indeed pretty good.

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    Pak We Henry Chua

    One of the cleaner wet market. Spacious, compared with other

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    Chin Leong Chua

    A old estate since 70and 80 food centre provide favorite local dish, wanton noodles

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    Dr. Martin Karnolsky

    Wow! All the time fresh products and smiles traders. Noisy but lovely place. Working only till 1.00 PM. Hurry up, guys!

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    Dexter Wong

    Try the teh tarik at the middle of halal row. Beware, shop closes just after lunchtime

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    Daniel LIM

    Small hawker centre and always packed with dinners during meal time. Wide variety of local hawker food.

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    S Ho

    Stalls only open till early afternoon. Not much stalls at night.

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    hTo Pam

    I love this Xing Long Lor Mee in 50 Marine Terrace Hawker Centre cos food here is so damn cheap and better still, sooooo sadap delicious, better than restaurants, and and they serve ever fresh foods after eating, I am still craving for more …

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    Sudhir SB

    Super Super Seddap Nasi lemak at the food court and deserves five star rating which is bang opp the posb atm is awesome . The chilli sauce (Sambal as they call it in Malay) which comes with the Nasi lemak is the tiara with Koh I our diamond on the food …

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    fauzi yacob

    Wak nakem has been around for all I can remember. My late grandmother used to stay around this area. This area brings back fond memories of going to the market and food stalls. There was a lot of game shops back then when I was still a young boy. And now I’m in my thirties.

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    Joel Gordon

    Not a morning breakfast area. Stores opened were only wanton noodles, fishballs noodles and chee cheong fun

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    Daniel Oh

    This is a very old hawker center but serve one of the best malay longtong. The gravy is so authentic because it got young nanka in it and so rich, and generous serving. The stall name is ole ole bumble

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    E P

    Wet market has variety vegetables and meats. One of the best I have seen.

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    Jenifer Andaya

    Every sunday i go there buy fresh food

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    Adriana Tan

    The wanton noodle taste really good, the dried version. Also there is handmade chee cheong fun stall and a popular fishball noodle stall.

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    Nice market to shop for fresh meat and veg..and good hawker stalls

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    Royce Yap

    One of my favourite local markets in Singapore! The soya bean milk drink stall at the far end of the centre facing the road always has a long queue, thanks to its freshly made soya bean milk.

    The smell of bread wafts through the air in the morning from the neighbourhood bakeries – definitely worth a try.

    One of my favourite stalls would be the Chee Cheong Fun stall in the middle aisle, where they serve Chee Cheong Fun (rice rolls) with BBQ pork/prawn/plains.

    Across the other hawker stalls in the compound, you can’t go too wrong just throwing a stone and choosing one. No better place to experience the authentic local experience.

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    Amy Homemade

    I love local food here ,taste is good and cheap

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    Daniel Koay (DanKo83)

    Well, a typical wet market. But i like to get my spices here from the one and only Malay spice shop. The flavuor reminds me of Indonesia. Bumbu rawon…

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    Shahbudin Othman

    A great community market, just a bit low in activity during Covid measures.

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    Herman Chia

    Too many obstruction in the wet market. Horrible and unprofessional management.

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    Best food Kacang Phool, Roti John with own marinated sauce, Maggie grg, (Nasi Briyani Every Saturday & Sunday), Mee Rebus, Nasi Goreng.

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    Wins Cho

    Long overdue for a total facelift. Roof is low, ventilation is poor, The food centre seat capacity is way behind the population growth in the area. But varieties of foods and ingredients remain very good.

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    Kin Chang

    A nice place for Singapore food, ⭐⭐⭐ …

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    Suguru Osako

    Normal hawker fare. Avoid mornings. Crowded and warm . Porridge stall and one Malay stall named Oneh Oneh was good !

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    Dave Hoong

    There is and a food ctre for the residents and others visiting. Nearby are row of shops and Giant supermarket.

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    Chan Tian

    Always busy.. nice local food, nice ambient if u looking for local dishes

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    Dr Yang Ing Hong Joseph

    Huge variety of food…classical local Singaporean food of high quality… Clean…airy….congenial

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    Loh Pebbie

    Great lontong and dishes with rice. Some new stalls with chwee kuay snd others gone

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    Alfred Low

    Wet market offers a good variety of fish, meat and vegetables at reasonable price. For breakfast, you can have a good teh sarabat, fish ball noodles, wanton noodles, pork porridge… Seating capacity is limited so you may have to wait for a seat.

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    L.C. Lim

    Pretty much the same good. Famous fish ball noodles.
    Look out for old school biscuits shop

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    Kingsley Tan

    Mainly a morning and lunch market (5am to 6pm). Known to have good fish ball noodle, wanton noodles, porridge/ congee, and black carrot cake.

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    SC MAK

    Small place for breakfast and lunch only.

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    Syam Sly

    Best place for food and market affordable price

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    22 yiptony

    Good selections of Halal food served by a few stalls operated by Muslims.

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    Faied Jamil

    Warung Wak Nakem food is really old skool n out of this world !!!!

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    Butler Butler

    My favorite Yong Tao Fu stall at wet market the fish cake delicious …

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    Ming Fong Chan

    Mee Pok is nice. Carrot cake is nice too. Great place to go after a run at East Coast Park for breakfast.

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    Md. Sayeemuzzaman

    It was a nice place filled with many facilities. There was a fish market then many food stalls. A 7 eleven and then guardian pharmacy.

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    Chwee Leng Koh

    Relatively clean market with wide selection of fresh food items. Hawker centre has nice appam and porridge.

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    Vince Choong

    Although not many hawkers stall there, but a few authentic stalls there are popular among regulars such as the pork porridge, Tg.Rhu wanton noodle,Lontong and Malay rice, vegatarian food, fried carrot cake, bee hoon ,etc.Also 2 coffee shops near by have some nice food too. Just remember to park your car properly to avoid getting summon.

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    Alnitak Orionis

    Nice food but opens only in the mornings. Market is quite dirty.

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    Allan Sum

    nice place for coffee.

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    Right next to the sea on the East Coast Park access from Marine Terrace. Many shops and places to eat under the HBD buildings

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    calvin lim

    Got TCM body treatment facility & 2 coffee shops within same block

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    Matthias Ong

    Best food here.
    – Vegetarian Bee Hoon
    – Nonya Kueh
    – Longtong
    – Teh Tarik

    Pretty good but not the best
    – Carrot Cake
    – You Tiao and Butterfly
    – Chee Cheong Fun
    – Fish ball Noodles

    Special mention to the beancurd store for friendliness and great customer service.

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    Rayson Seah

    Lookout for the Handmade Chee Cheong Fun in the morning by Yong Huat Delights.

    Their Chee Cheong Fun got a range of varieties and my personal favourite is the one with Ku Chye and also the other one with Mang Guang(Turnips).

    Coupled with their self made chilli, I loved and enjoyed my 1st meal of the day.

    If you like porridge to go along, my choice for the day will be the meatball porridge. There’s a tangy taste to the meatball and it’s not over powering, try it.

    This is my go to place whenever I got craving for our local rice rolls.

    Plenty of carpark lots behind the HDB blocks and even if raining also no worries, got a MSCP by the side.

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    Sin Chew Lim

    Food centre ventilation cool, not crowded, wash room clean n FOC .

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    Sebestian Tan

    Old area with a small hawker centre, a couple of coffee shop, convenience shops and a small supermarket. Convenient for people staying around.

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    Teo kheng peng

    Cyclists riding along this wet market area Very fast do not stop just dash on . Do not care about the pedestrians at all.

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    Muso Lee

    A rather remote area in the eastern part of Singapore. There are some really decent stalls to patronise from. We had Meng Kee wanton noodle and the noodle was done in a grossy fashion that it is commonly found in Hong Kong. Many stalls in Singapore present their noodle that look dull and not appetizing. Will be certainly back to check out for more options.

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    Wong Kent

    Place short of sitting table and chair

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    lynda seow

    Noodle and Longtong.
    Charsiew fun really stingy when come to giving sauce to the rice …

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    Siti Saleha Abd Rahim

    It’s a local wet market. Quite popular with the nearby residents. There are lots of eateries too and it is within the market.

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    HM Haneef NiQ

    Small but many choices of cheap local food.

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    sk yeo

    Small hawker centre, doing breakfast and lunch business only.

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    Ping-Nee Oh

    Serves good local food, as well as coffee and tea. There is a wet market, that sells fresh produce, fresh meat & seafood, and fresh flowers next to the hawker center.

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    Tiansin Poh

    Can get most groceries here. Some stalls vegetables reasonable cheap. The cooked food stalls has a lot of local selections. There’s also Giant supermarket nearby too.

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    Febrin Lee

    Nice traditional market with hawker and wet market. The corner fishball noodle on the 1st row of the hawker was extremely good. Do expect queue if you are coming during the peak hours.

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    Randeep Lal

    It’s more of vegetables & less of fruits though it’s called 50A Marine Terrace Markets Fruits.
    However, whatever little fruits they are always fresh.
    The Market also house a meat, poultry & fish market which is actually same size as the vegetable market.

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    Josephine Loh

    Food is affordable and nice. Selection is good. I recommend trying the fish soup and fish porridge.

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    Bernard TeoYC

    Mng n Lunch, evening only few stalls catering to regulars…no complaint, good relationship.

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    Gwen Heng

    I really love the oyster omelette / hokkien mee stall here! The stall also offers oyster egg for anyone who wants to reduce carbs intake and forgo the starchy thing in the usual oyster omelette.

    But let’s be real, the crispy and chewy bits of the traditional oyster omelette is the best part of the dish.

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    Rosli Ramli

    Nasi rawon the best in the East

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    AIDIL Johari

    The hawker centre open around 5ish am for those early birds to have breakfast …

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    Xin W K

    Most stalls were closed as I went late.. The fishball noodles was yummy and the lady boss served customers real fast, it’s good especially when you are very hungry

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    Tina Lee

    Great food all under 1 roof.

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    Victor Lee

    Small, crowded. Sharing table is the only way to get seated. Food choice is ok.

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    Li just go there to eat the appam

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    T greensake

    Had kueh kueh ($4.10) & kopi-O ($1.00) for breakfast, was ok. Hawker Centre is a bit cramped & tired, time to spruce up.

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    Merlin Y

    Good variety of food and groceries like chicken, fish , vegetables that can be bought here. Also a hawker centre connected and next to it.

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    Weili.Clarence 0148

    Price expensive and nothing to eat.

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    Brian Quah

    Love their Chee cheong fun and porridge

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    Patricia Chan

    Not a very big market, can get what you want.Can get delicious cooked food from market and nearby coffee shop.

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    T greensake

    Had kueh kueh ($4.10) & kopi-O ($1.00) for breakfast, was ok. Hawker Centre is a bit cramped & tired, time to spruce up.

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    Josh Ng

    Smallish hawker centre and wet market serving a small community.

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    seah kh

    WTM n ole ole looks good as long Q but Kopi O Kosong @ $1.40 kind of ex

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    Kiagos Mohamed Faizal

    Smple parking space and lots of good food at hawker centre some have been there like more than 30 years. Amazing…

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    Ivan Hoe

    My favourite porridge – 21/1/17

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    Asman Man Giant

    Is old place but still looking good alot food you can find

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    Lucas loke

    Be prepared to share table at this hawker centre. A truly ageing sight around the market . Not to mentioned the maids as well.

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    Abdullah Ismail

    Must try the breakfast at this stall ” Ole Ole Bumbu”. Many varieties from local malay kuehs to all other “sedap” local dishes. No regrets.

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    Shermaine Siew

    highly recommend the Chee Cheong Fun (plain) and the fishball noodle at the corner of the aisle facing the open space.

    I’m told the tanjong rhu wonton mee and the longtong is great too! But I haven’t had the chance to try it.

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    Seven Oceans

    A place to have hawker food fare. However most stalls are closed after 2pm.

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    Riyaz John

    Good place to pickup your groceries. The hawker center is very useful with good variety of food.

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    susumu shigekawa

    Nice vegetarian and Muslim food here. But small selection

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    Goh Swee Geok

    There is a great variety , neatly stacked, and within reach for old folks.

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    T F Han

    The Tanjong Rhu wanton noodles is superlative ! And further in, putu mayam is available and the Indian chappy will be happy to give you more coconut shavings n gula melaka .. If you still not satisfied, just walk to the kopi tiam next block for good bak chor mee. Next to the bcm is best roast to go w rice or noodles ..

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    HQ Zulu

    Good selection and variety of food, shops and amenities for the locals staying in this area. A go to place with popular food joints and a good wet market. Coming soon an mrt (thomson line) just right in front.

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    ian tay rongde

    Recommend the fish soup highly! The lontong is also very popular here.

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    Chamz Zheng

    Serve cheap and sufficient portion food.

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    Huiling Koh

    i love this mee pok. Must try! WTM nothing to shout about

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    Lawrence Lee

    At least 20 stores here selling all kinds of food, from made-to-order “Chee Cheong Fun” to carrot cake, noodle soup, fried bee hoon, youtiao, Malay food, and my favorite vegetarian bee hoon. Also long queues every day for coffee.

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    Don’t go there on Monday, most stalls are closed. Wet market especially. Malay stalls are closed.

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    Foo Sze Ming

    Small neighborhood market serving the nearby community. Serves great food. The fishball noodle soup is a must-try.

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    Raj Bhagchandani

    Good food stalls, but only drawback is that most shops close after lunchtime.

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    Most stalls are open in the morning. Some legendary stalls like the Tanjong Rhu Wanton Mee etc

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    Good and tasty bean curd drinks.

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    Kenneth Eng

    Open for morning only I think. Visited afternoon, most shops are closed

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    Lim AS

    Local goodness. Nice food at reasonable prices

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    Ok Oklah

    Very few stalls, malay food and fish noodles are good.

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    Chong Shiun Hoong

    Thai food taste good but waiting time abit long depend in timing.

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    Føřęvęř Pãpã

    There are good food for breakfast but not much for dinner

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    Hiren Vaswani

    Still good ol’ authentic Singapore dishes!

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    P Y (Ahbobo)

    Lots of food selection. Something for everyone.

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    Wayne Koh

    Passing by to enjoy a leisure cup of morning kopi-O

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    Tan “Ah Mac” Chai

    Good place to eat. Good food & cheap. Hv been eating here since 1980s & it’s still good & also new stall.

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    Eunice Chan

    Love the chicken rice here as it’s frangance and nice! Been eating here for years

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    Rinmat Omar

    Malay stall open only drinks stall(Friday close) n Mee Soup stall

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    Singapore PROPERTY Update

    Neighborhood gem
    Lots of varieties of food & shop mix

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    Lim Ron

    Nice and popular fish ball noodles at the corner! Sedap

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    Yvonne Lim

    grew up here. Food is good, vegetables are fresh. And there is a speciality stall that sells fresh herbs like mint, dill, basil, rosemary n lots of organic veg.

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    Mike Ng

    Traditional local breakfast variety of food selection choices… for e.g. the chee cheong fun adventure choices of local one and silky skin ones with prawn filling like tim sum restaurant styles… so reasonably priced too… wow – lah check it out savour your taste buds… Uncle Mike.

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    Peggy Tanaka

    This is near to my condo. A wet market with hawker centre selling the various food items and nearby shops near market like salons, minimarts, 24 hour giant supermarket and 24 hour 7 eleven. The marine terrace mrt in construction. It is the Thomson east line. The wet market is one place which opens early at 6 am prices are low and can bargain on prices

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    Belinda Tan

    One of the best hawker centers around! A hidden gem, has a wide choice of food options but most stalls are open only for breakfast and some for lunch with limited stalls open for dinner. The Malay food stalls serve some of the best nasi padang around. The vegetarian stall is one of the best around. Recommended. The Indian Muslim drink stall has a wide choice of drink options – teh halia has genuine ginger in it, not powder. Try the lemon ginger ice drink too.

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    Kosona Chriv

    Place to visit to see daily life of Singaporean. They are very friendly and helpful. Have many shops and food court.

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    Magdalene Ng

    Whatever Sunday comes..I do get cravings for a nice “mee pok ta” and I will drive to Marine Parade Blk 50A. The noodles are generously a lot and so are the ingredients. I like their chillies a lot and best of all I always ask them for an extra helpings of crispy pork lard bits which never fails to up the taste of my noodles a notch higher. I ordered a extra serving of slice fish soup but it’s pretty ordinary, just okay.

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    New fried hokkien mee stall on a scale of 5 in my books scored a 3.75 quite acceptable and above average. The appam stall is nice and the corner fish ball noodles come highly recommended.

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    R Lee

    Place has retro old world charm, though the toilets are built too close (facing the stalls and most of the seats) for my comfort. Some good food to be found here, including excellent Hong Kong styled rice flour rolls (肠粉)

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    Harshad Doshi

    Wet Market – Good quality vegetables mainly from Malaysia Fresh every day . Reasonable price.

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    HooiChew Tan

    A lot of choices for the local foods at reasonable price

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    khoo ky

    Wanton mee only opens on certain days wed to weekends. Le Le ban mian, the best you can ever get, has closed. Still worth coming for home made Chee cheong fun and beef horfun and bake chor/ fishball noodles.

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    Lee Kwee Tan

    Small market with hawker centre. Fishball noodle and hor fun stalls worth the try but prices of the stalls doesn’t fit the hawker centre price. Keeps increasing $

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    Drive You Nutters

    Mee Siam is good and cheap

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    Cheong Loong

    The food court has a few stalls which one would like to try. The Thai food, the fresh steam rice rolls n porridge, the lontong, the mee siam n fried dough stalls. Price reasonable n food yummy to satisfy your breakfast or brunch appetite. Down it with a nice cup of soya milk drink. Whack!

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    Mohammad Salleh

    One of the popular hawker centres in the East. There are 2 carparks leading up to this hawker centre. Lunch time will be very busy.

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    Jim Tan

    The wet market area is very dirty

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    Max Yeo

    Good in the morning cos more stalls are open for business… evening time choice ate limited

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    yeo kian teck

    Hawker is small dont have very good food. But coffeeshop have better food.

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    Jyeo Teow Hee

    Good fishball noodles, chicken rice. Look for long queue for clean food.
    Market floors are damp. So walk with care.
    Seafood/produce/meats are cheaper then Eunos Crescent Local market.

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    philip De rozario

    The Malay culinary food there is very popular and by 1400hrs most are sold out. The other food by other vendors also seems to be popular.

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    Benjamin Ong

    Nice hawker centre at reasonable prices
    Friendly stalls!

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    Bayshore The

    Smaller market than Bedok South or Bedok Market Blk 57 with limited produce n has 4 rows of stalls. Food centre has good food but at night only certain stalls are opened n no drink stalls (so u cant get drinks there).

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    John Alexander

    great place to buy fresh whole fish for cooking yourself; all types; and the vegetables are super also; there is also pork, chicken available here. Come early opens 730am no matter what you see on web. Several shops for small items also, fruits.

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    Theodora Hui

    Wide selection of food and drink choices at reasonable prices. Gets crowded during lunchtime but food is good for their price. (had the fishball noodles and mixed vegetables rice) . Toilet available but 10 cents entrance fee. A few sheets of toilet paper at 20 cents and tissue packs at 30 cents each can be bought at the toilet entrance.

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    Dan Morogh

    Choon seafood fishhead steamboat.

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    Mage Lim

    Good. But now don hv safety distance

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    Kenneth Chng

    There are wide variety of foods.

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    Susan -

    Most of the stalls have nice foods. But social distancing is not too discipline. Even saw a Chinese lady bought food and dine in despite warning from the stall owner.

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    ravindra kumar

    The place is quiet good for everyday fresh veges and meat.there are shops for fresh bread and bakes.

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    Ivonny Liemantika

    Like the wonton noodle. Have not tried too many yet. But plenty of choices

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    Robin Tay

    It has many eateries selling all sorts of food and drinks

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    rohaya zabidin

    So gd to have breakfast with the love one and marketing is so convenien

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    Edmund Mary

    Must try the Cantonese chee choeng fun..
    Make to order..great taste with more sauce… Lady very polite and nice.

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    Christopher Sim

    Place is small but food is pretty decent. Ba Chor Mee, porridge, old school wanton mee and Joseph Schooling carrot cake.

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    Richard See

    28 Mar 2022: You have plenty of choices for freshly made chee cheong fun from YONG HUAT DELIGHT…the turnip filling came out well for me and it goes well with the savory sauce. They also served pretty good porridge…smooth comfort food.

    09 Feb 2022: TASTE OF TRADITION…nice flavorful Hokkien mee; great taste and loaded with ingredients (the sambal is a little weak…I prefer to have more kick). The oyster omelette is nice too; not too oily and it’s crispy on the outside but soft inside…Yummy!

    27 Nov 2021: Packed with nice choices and I ordered lontong from OLE OLE BUMBU. Very satisfying breakfast……super shiok, rich and creamy gravy, top up with anchovy sambal and serunding. Yummy comfort food and the best in the East.

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    Jillian Low

    Too crowded not enough space
    BUT food is super nice!

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    Wai-Soen Chan

    Lots of stalls offering a wide range of produce.

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    S. Fischer

    A wide variety of yummy food is being offered here. Come check out and don’t miss the Fishball noodles.

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    Vanessa Lee

    I love e handmade fishballs n yong tau fu fm Aunty Jennifer at stall btw 2 fish stalls . Fresh pork fm Joseph and kampung chicken fm a couple stall w big freezers on 1St row facing inside e market. Dry goods n all sorts of things for cooking fm a couple stall facing posb atm also very gd.

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    Amos Chan

    Small but offers good tasting hawker fare. Porridge and Chee Cheong Fun were surprisingly good. Will be back for the wanton noodle which has a long queue

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    Food there are cheaper than marine parade central

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    k T.

    Pretty chill place with lots of good options for local fare. Fishball noodles at last row, wanton noodles and very good drink stalls with actually good beverages that I miss when I don’t have it in a while.

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    Mahamudul Hasan

    It’s a nice and cheap place to buy all the household stuff and to eat different kinds of cuisine. There are lots of fruit shops here as well. There is an Indian Muslim food store for breakfast, lunch and dinner that is operating for the last 2 decades.

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    Johari Muhamad

    Coffee is good at the market… Its my fix everymorning

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    Kamal Abdul

    People should visit and petronise the stall name Ole Ole… food are great

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    Collin Goh

    Old market but a lot of good food

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    Matthew Lim

    Great old-time food. Good neighbourly vibes.

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    L YS 19

    This is a wet market cum food hawker centre selling a wide variety of meat, fish and vegetables. One can get a good selection of daily needs. Worth shopping there.

    There is nothing special about the cooked food here. The chee cheong fun and breakfast stall is rude and stingy with their sauce. Most of the stalls appear to be OK.

    There are 2 coffee shops nearby. Unfortunately they do not offer good selection of food. The roti prata shop is not bad. The meepok is overpriced at $6 for large, not worth the price. There are also provision, sundry and fruit shops. Some shops there are manned by very rude salesman and sales ladies. I avoid patronizing them.

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    Jacob Reading

    Ok.. ok lah.. you still can find a “C” graded stall an indication of not so good market compare to a good market with often times just “B” and “A” graded stall.

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    K T

    Big variety of fresh fish. Big carpark. Go early! Can be very crowded during weekends.

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    Derek Low

    Mostly mediocre food while the wet market offers a great selection.
    Friendly folks here make this a pleasant place to shop.

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    Julian Tan

    Convenient to park, lots of available space.

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    Jing Tong

    Good choices of produce at the wet market

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    Amanda Quek

    Many stalls were not open. Esp the popular foodstalls.

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    Irene Bay

    I tried the food at the coffee shop. I enjoyed the fish porridge at the hawker ctr.

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    I have a soft drink everyday with shamir drinks stall. Nice conversation with the owner during that hours.

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    Nalla S

    Food is decent at a very reasonable price. Many types of Groceries easily available.

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    The only food court at Marine Parade, the are is spacious next to the only one Shopping Mall Parkway Parade.

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    Ritchie Li

    Great tasting and value for money food options!

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    Soh Lay Eng

    I lived not far from this market. The different types of stalls selling different types of goods offer a wide range for choices. The food stalls too sell tasty delicious food like wanton noodle, carrot kueh & authentic muslim food.

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    Sydnie Thumboo

    Plenty of choices. Has very cheap vegetable stalls. Good variety of food. Decent pricing.

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    Tan M

    My first experience to the wet market…. You get a good variety from fresh fruits, vegetables to meat/ fish. I was also lucky to get planting/ gardening shops…. You also have food options for the tired shoppers!!

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    Abang Saat (Abang Saat)

    Ordered my lunch from one of the Malay shop and they were so nice to me. Gave extra food FOC. There is even water cooler near the toilet area. This place is so convenient.

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    ronald de rosario

    Only active in the morning till 12pm then most of the shops close

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    Namdev Sachathep

    Decent food choices! Great dishes especially the Kolo Mee.

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    Ghaffar L

    Food cheap and good place not clean, food court should improve cleanliness

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    SeraFina Young

    This food centre has quite a few good stalls like Wanton noodle, congee, carrot cake, nasi padang etc. However, the stalls close after 2 or 3pm, except the congee stall which closes at about 9.30-10am.(Yes, they are that good!) The exception is a fish ball soup stall which closes at night. The Mee pok and fish soup are quite good. However, be warned if their helper is a young PRC as she tends to mess up customers’ order because she is easily confused with a bad memory. On several occasions, she would forget to pack your rice if you order fish soup with rice, so you are left with an incomplete meal at home. Sometimes, customers have to repeat several times as she keeps relating the wrong order to the boss who prepares the food, so you have to be around this female helper to make sure she’s not messing up your orders.
    Another down side, there are too many birds there and you find bird droppings on the tables and seats which is super disgusting and unhygienic.

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    Paulktl Lim

    Food ok… But some sellers quite arrogant

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    Liyujune Ong

    A variety of cooked food,uncooked dried food for cooking beside plants and fresh flowers for decor and as gifts.Very interesting

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    Art Dhamar

    Affordable good food. Most stalls closed on monday.

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    bulan madu

    I love this place because i stay here block 52 marine teres

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    Koo Kam Yin

    Quite long time since last visit…..the corner noodle stall was closed so had tried 2 stalls…..can’t remember the names but both were at the same row at the centre of the food centre, the hand made ‘ chee cheong fun ‘ ( rice rolls ) were very nice but the other stall who sells fried bee hoon and porridge was very disappointed, their $1.50 peanut porridge barely had any peanuts or other ingredients, just pure porridge…..I rather he charged more and give more ingredients…..

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    Loh Chee Weng

    Store workers have very poor knowledge on merchandise they are selling. Prices much above average in most of the stores. Flow of stores arrangements not user friendly.

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    Timothy Tan

    Both wet market and food fare is located next to each other.
    You can a good variety of local favorites like fried carrots cake, fish ball noodles. I tried San Lo Sliced Fish for $6. Situated at 2nd stall from the left as you enter from the main road. Generous portions abd the fish is freshly cooked.

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    lee yewcheong

    The very few wet markets in singapore.good mix of food.. also make-shift stores selling chinese crafts..

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    Richard See

    28 Mar 2022: You have plenty of choices for freshly made chee cheong fun from YONG HUAT DELIGHT…the turnip filling came out well for me and it goes well with the savory sauce. They also served pretty good porridge…smooth comfort food.

    09 Feb 2022: TASTE OF TRADITION…nice flavorful Hokkien mee; great taste and loaded with ingredients (the sambal is a little weak…I prefer to have more kick). The oyster omelette is nice too; not too oily and it’s crispy on the outside but soft inside…Yummy!

    27 Nov 2021: Packed with nice choices and I ordered lontong from OLE OLE BUMBU. Very satisfying breakfast……super shiok, rich and creamy gravy, top up with anchovy sambal and serunding. Yummy comfort food and the best in the East.

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    Benjamin Kong

    It’s close to where I stay and it has good selections of food and groceries

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    BelLeeBeadz Creations

    Lots of eateries, good food, wet market, fresh fruits….

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    Derek Tan

    $2.50 per plate with either Char Siew or Prawn!

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    Ma La

    Limited options past noon.

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    Ram Ramchandani

    Its a wet market with a food centre under the same roof. Nice food Malay and Indian.. with nice mee Kia/pok and Fried carrot cake. Nice place for local breakfast.
    Lovely nasi lemak and prata bread at nearby coffe shop and local amenities. Love it!!

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    Anandveer Singh

    It’s actually a hawker centre. Great food and amazing drinks tho

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    Alan Lim

    Nothing interesting to crow about. Hawker foods are expendsive and bad serving, impolite to customers, esp to the elderly.

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    Jay Hussein

    Food there is cheap and good but closed on Monday.

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    Josephine Loh

    I LIVE NEARBY east coast sea side nice view n breezy

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    ng kim chye ronnie

    Good food n have Toto booth.but avoid buying cigarettes at the shop very expensive.

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    Jessica Lee

    Always there for food n marketing. Quite clean n the stall owners are friendly n honest.

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    Choh Aun Tan

    This place sells ornamental pet fish/ terrapins and related equipments. Collection is basic but serves its purpose. Friendly shop owner.

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    Most stalls are open in the morning. Some legendary stalls like the Tanjong Rhu Wanton Mee etc

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    Low Low

    Went to the nearest food center given by Google after ECP is under renovation. Only a few stalls open at night but the fishball fish soup stall is quite good.

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    William Win

    Full of customers queuing for their turns to get hold of delicious preparations.

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    Muralidharan Ramakrishnan

    The wet market is good for buying veggies, fruits and meat. Ideal to go before 9-9.30. The veggies are quite fresh. Been there only couple of times

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    Zul Ibrahim

    Good market especially the butcher stall abdul gafoor and sons. Great service and the price was good.

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    Athil Bin Abbas

    An outstanding market were we can meet all our needs

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    Mohamed Ros Bin Suman

    The food is affordable and nice….
    Ppl around there are good too….

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    Amos Skt

    Decent variety of food choices with ample seating, had the Chee Cheong Fun and Hokkien Mee, was fine for the price point there.

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    Leong Herbert

    Great breakfast area and plenty choices of food. Good noodle store.

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    Kia Guan Ng

    Had mixed vegetables rice. 1 meat 1 veg 1 fried egg for $3.70. In my opinion, it is a little expensive. Very nice teh halia sold here @ $1.20.

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    Nitha Nathan

    Too many shops n all very cheap to buy.

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    Jonavan Loh

    Busy hawker centre with a variety of food and groceries to choose from. Price is a bit expensive though

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    Tropenye Rin

    Good market place, many foods stall..but many stall close after 2pm especially Malay stall.

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    lovelyvee (vee)

    it is a wet morning market, you can get fresh produces here. good variety of food stalls here for you to have your breakfast. i personally enjoy the tiong bahru wanton noodles here, the wanton comes in fried and soup version.
    this is also the place where joseph schooling comes to have his carrot cake when he is in town.

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    I went at around 1pm to grab some food for myself. When I walked in, it truly feels like the place is haunted because all the stalls are closed except for like 5 or 6 stalls. And even if they are opened, they’re either out of food already or they are not willing to serve you because they don’t take any other kinds of payment other than cash… Poor experience!

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    laylian yak

    Nice vegetarian food n nongya kueh n dumpling

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    Lee Steven

    Bought Nasi Padang home to eat for lunch. Nice but a bit expensive.

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    Damian Pang

    Great variety of food choices for such a small estate.

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    Ramli Sichor

    went there for breakfast saturday a bit crowded old school

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    KC Tham

    Enjoyable, lots of vegetables, meats n cooked food to eat for breakfast.

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    Sam Lim

    There are some nice foods over here but not many

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    Josefina Loo

    Many good food here. Most stalls open in the morning Tues- Sun

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    Chia Kee Tong

    Many hawker stalls only sell during the day. I guess they are rich enough

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    Jane Lim

    Best food to lookout for :
    1) Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun and Porridge
    2) Wanton Noodles
    3) Malay Mix Rice
    4) Mee.Soto
    5) Mee Rebus

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    Jeverio Yeo

    Coffee stall don’t serve hot drinks from 730pm. Limited stalls except for Zhizhar stall and carrot cake are opened.

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    Da Zhu

    Great place. Fish ball noodles there taste good

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    Gen Lin

    Quite crowded at 9am weekday. Hard to find seats. Fishball noodle is good

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    Kenneth Ho

    Market is good, clean and fresh food.

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    HockThye Lim

    Poor seating capacity. Unfriendly aunties reserving tables for friends that are not there.

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    Chen Yii

    Very nice fried Hokkien Mee and friendly owner. It is opposite famous Wanton mee but I was attracted by the fried garlic smell. Not regrade at all! I order small but get 3 fresh prawn and some sotong and slices meat.

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    SH Hussin

    Clean market n nice malay n indian food ..lots of Chinese food ..5/5

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    William Seah (William)

    Hawker food average standard. Small hawker center not many stall.

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    James Liu

    Quiet, airy, nice food and good price

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    Mohdjunid Ahmad

    There are many kinds of foods. Raw and fast food to buy

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    stewart lim

    A very good place for lunch and dinner at a very affordable price with good servings and delicious meal. Most of the stalls will be closed by 3.00pm after a day’s sale bcos they started selling as early as 4.30am

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    Sebastian Tng

    Not a hawker centre to go to for dinner. Only 2 stalls open when I last visit 2 days ago. Morning & lunch time are still fine. This hawker centre is small don’t expect much. Fried carrot cake which Joesph Schooling patronised is at this hawker centre

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    Tan Eng Kwee

    Local vegetables available within the center of the market, unbelievable!

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    Jeffrey F Y Lee

    Good ambiance n wonderful food available

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