Review Aljunied Avenue 2 Market Food Centre, 117 Aljunied Ave 2, Singapore

Review Aljunied Avenue 2 Market  Food Centre in Singapore

“Bought kebab from this stall, opening soon in this hawker center. Very delicious and juicy chicken cheese and beef kebab. Very satisfying …” or “Delicious Malay food. Clay pot rice also good. Revisit 1-dec” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Aljunied Avenue 2 Market Food Centre. Let’s read more of this article on to find out if Aljunied Avenue 2 Market Food Centre is quality.

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  • Phone: 62255632 (+65 62255632)
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  • Address: 117 Aljunied Ave 2, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 6:30 AM to 2 PM.


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“Constantly strong and non acidic coffee. Always order "Kopi-O di loh" (coffee with no water added) Unit 01-05, facing blk 116. Not the most popular stall but good for us, which means no queue ”

“Variety of local hawker fare here and it is well maintained with plenty of seats available. Must try list is the laksa, wanton mee, vegetarian, Jurong western etc”

“So many good varieties of different food to choose from. We loved the pratas,the carrot finger sticks,the 油条,the mushrooms pork noodles....”

“Been living nearby when I was just a teenager. Every morning will be going there to have breakfast with my best buddy.”

“He confidently shows his ingredients as its fresh and of high grade.. food is delicious”

“Lots of nice affordable food, very convenient,shops,wet market, hawker center eaterys and two big super market 24 hrs, poly clinic, library, it”

“Usually busy during mornings and afternoons. Some old stalls are good.”

“Nice prata with thick gravy and taste nicer than some of the famous prata place.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 207 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.1 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 78% are positive reviews. has provided all the essential information about Aljunied Avenue 2 Market Food Centre, including address, operating hours, phone number, and feedback from customers.

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Review Review Aljunied Avenue 2 Market Food Centre, 117 Aljunied Ave 2, Singapore

There is a total 207 reviews

4.1 / 5




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    Guan Peipei

    Many varieties of food. The price is reasonable

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    Sophia Khee

    Had a great meal of steamed chicken and turtle soup! Succulent and tender chicken, better than the famous ones (BTK, 5S etc) Value for money and worth the calories!

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    There are wide variety of hawker food. in particular Roastmania Chicken rice is the famous and tasty one.

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    steven chen

    Geylang east market and foods centre are one of the very old centre, but the food centre served mainly in the morning and afternoon, during the night many are closed, those who served dinner, close around 8 to 9pm .

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    MK Yoon

    Usually busy during mornings and afternoons. Some old stalls are good.

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    Joey Tan

    Nice place for weekend brunch… nice soya beancurd.

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    Super tasty fish soup, prawn mee & wanton mee!!! Love this place

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    Ben Woo

    Good place for local breakfast. Parking can be challenging though.

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    Cassidy Chew

    Took fish soup and duck meat with rice. $6.50. There is usually a queue her even not during the peak hours.

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    Walter Wu

    Food variety and prices are reasonably good.

    One of the noisiest food centre in Singapore. The noise from the extractor fans can be unbearable. Being going for almost a year.

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    For morning breakfast the Malay store selling lotong & the fish ball noodle store is super good. The coffee beside the fish ball noodle store is the best in this market.

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    Sing Lim

    For some reason number of food stalls operating here seems to be reducing over the years. So there are not many good stalls and number of customers seems to be less. Three stalls are my favourite there, the Hokkien mee, Indian biryani and prata and the porridge stall.

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    Vivian Wong

    Love the variety of food and ambience!

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    Lester Kok

    Value for money food, and the western stall has generous portions for only $5. The chicken cutlet is a must try!

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    chin wey ngee

    Delicious Malay food. Clay pot rice also good.
    Revisit 1-dec

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    Tay Tze Siong

    Lots of cheap and good food

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    CK Tan

    Geylang East Market & Food Centre is just like any other heartland Central where people gather to meet over a cup of tea or coffee or for lunch. Parking is ample even for the big lunch time crows from surrounding buildings and factories. Although known as Geylang, its location is Aljunied.

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    wilsn odonata

    Traditional food court with some old school hawker food. Must try fish soup and stewed duck. Prata with mutton curry at Aminah’s. There is a stall with turtle soup (aphrodisiac) too.

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    Krystal Koh

    Wide range of food, reasonable prices. Especially love the pig organ soup (1st stall facing the small road) very very appetizing.

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    Neith See

    Very limited space between tables. Lots of food stalls have long queues so when looking for a table, need to find one near a closed or unpopular stall.

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    Thomas Tan

    Not a very big market but with Many varieties of food. I enjoy the wantan noodles found in the middle and I enjoy the coffee 4 stalls down from their left facing the multitudes of
    Malay cuisines.
    Very localized Food centre.

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    Siew Lee Cheng

    This market is bigger than normal. Nice food here, depending on your appetite. Market and floral shops

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    Denni Lim

    Typical housing board area with good vibes and good food

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    Alfred Low

    Good place for breakfast. Tasty kway teow mee soup as well as good atomatic coffee and tea. One of the better places to go to if you fancy a a great Curry Puff or Min jiang kueh.

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    Quek Cheow Long

    Still need a bit of torch up area cleaning. Food n coffee some store are cheap n nice.

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    Meet John Ng

    Good food

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    Terry Tan Lee Ban

    There are some good food stalls like roasted meat, fish soup, fried prawn noodles, wanton mee, Thai food, Muslim food. Cleanliness is below average.

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    Hakim Hauston

    Quite a number of new stalls from young hawkerpreneur really breathes new life to this heartland market. The chicken chop noodle is a must try with long queues!

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    Nash Tan

    Fish soup,fish is fresh with tomatoes.$3 has about 6 slices only.Upgrade to $5 and if you like can braised duck,chop in small pieces.Gravy spread over your rice.

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    Miloud Mil

    Even the bazar is up ( pasar Malam) as a yearly event but its very limitted and not enjoyable

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    Eddie Seah

    Hawker centre with many stall and a great variety of food for breakfast and lunch at very reasonable price. From about $2 to $5 you can get a good meal.

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    Steve Kho

    Nice prata with thick gravy and taste nicer than some of the famous prata place.

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    Charmaine Kwok

    Love the freshly made Cheong fun from Uncle. Their porridge also good. The row at 01-33

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    Gabriel Nappalli

    A place to get cheap and good food. Value for money choices. Especially the wanton meet from tanjong rhu and the lor mee situated along the same stretch as the wanton mee.

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    Paul KH Phua

    Nice coffee and fresh roti prata egg onion for bf.

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    Some hawker stall there like the Malay stall, the fish soup stalls, the corner Wan Tan Mee, also the coffee shop western meals are the Best!

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    Backyard Xplorer

    Lot of nice local food here. Famous stalls like fish soup at the corner nearer to the coffeeshop, always pretty crowded with an invisible queue, sometimes has to wait for almost an hour. hokkien mee and nasi briyani here are good too. The dessert stall their red ruby is a must try.

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    First time trying porridge from this stall, super love it! It’s cheap and uncle was very friendly ️ Ordered the pork offal porridge 猪什粥and added chilli padi into the porridge for extra flavor awesome comfort food!! will come again to try other porridge. Advise to come early …

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    Abit out of the way, hidden behind hdb blocks. But worth a visit if you are in the area. Along each row of stalls i found interesting n goid food to try. What you must try is ng soon kee fish soup n aik kee haslet soup. Both souo dishes but different n delicious clear soup

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    Andi Johan

    Best lontong , mee soto , mee rebus and new Siam. The original taste of Malay food. Amaze at the taste of the old times futhermore old price 2.50. give them support …

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    Fadhil Muhammad

    Variety of halal food. The prata was freshly made and crispy

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    Ayrton Shem

    Lots of different food available here in the mornings. The hawker centre is a bit dark at 9 am and the lights are not switched on.

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    Damien Chong

    Went there to buy prawn mee, very worthwhile cos big portion and three bucks only… The prata also very sedap but long queue…

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    Ryan Tan

    Still suitable but not a lot of selection on hawker centre.

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    J Seng

    Great place to try local Singapore food. Many good hawker stalls here.

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    Tony Ng

    many foodstuffs, many choices of food to select.
    but tables not clean up

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    a lee

    Spread out neighborhood.Consist of ntuc, small wet market. Food center. Polyclinic, ntuc elder care, library and school nearby.

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    Chung Kiat Tan

    Good mix of foods available. One of the best durian stall in the vicinity too

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    Yiam Hoon Yeo

    Soon kueh store is nice n cheap. The corner store’s carrot cake is also nice n cheap at $2.50 (nearer to car park). There is one kueh store that sells tapica kueh n other kueh which they make n sell fresh is very chewp and good.The first corner shop nxt to this kueh store sells pretty good short pants at good prices too.

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    Terence Yang

    Local food centre with fast food and cheap prices. Note this food centre operates primarily in the daytime. Night choices are very limited.

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    Great variety of local food, great coffee fr #01-01 store, superb pan cake, good noodles n roasted stuff…. value for money, relaxing…

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    Richard Lee

    Chimney is very noisy.
    To install more Basins with Hand sanitizer.
    It was raining. The cover Link to the shops was blocked.

    Good foods can be selected…

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    This year not interesting as it was before covid19

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    Linda Quek Wan Jun

    Many food to choose, all at reasonable price, good eating place but environment cleanliness need to be improve

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    The price is low compare to the normal hawker rate and you can find nice food and the portion is good. Service also not bad…..

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    Terry Teo

    Cheap and good food can be found at most hawker centers like this one. This is great to visit and support our hawker culture so that everyone can enjoy reasonably priced food for generations.

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    David Ng

    A Teochew Fish soup stall popular and good quality preparation. Prepare to Q at least 40 mins during peak.
    A pig Haslet stall (pork & stomach,, liver salted vegetables – is nice and reasonable price. Quality better than must operating at food courts. Worth a try if it’s your kind of food

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    Gay Nguok Eu

    Geylang East Market and Food Centre is a friendly place to buy vegs and meat! Shengsiong is there! Big and friendly!
    The porridge and chee cheong Fun stall was once featured. Uncle very capable and porridge very cheap and nice! A matured estate with mingling elderly and young families. Church near NTUC . Great place to be in.everyone knows each other. Helpful MP.

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    Sam Tan

    Been living nearby when I was just a teenager. Every morning will be going there to have breakfast with my best buddy.

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    Nelly Chan

    Bought kebab from this stall, opening soon in this hawker center. Very delicious and juicy chicken cheese and beef kebab. Very satisfying …

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    Donny Lim

    Conveniently located in a neighbourhood town centre. average variety n quality. few stalls not bad though

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    Shaun Teo

    珍源’s laksa is a must try if you are at Geylang East Market & Food Centre! The gravy is super delicious and addictive. However, do note that this special dish is only available on weekends and public holidays and may get sold out early due to its popularity, so do head down early to avoid disappointment! Also, highly recommended to add on (加料) their pork liver which is soft, tender and extremely flavourful!

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    CK Tung

    Love the lor mee there. Food is cheap at a city fringe location.

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    Wong Tze Shin

    Nothing much left opened in the evening… self proclaimed famous Hokkien prawn noodle doesn’t live up to its standing… really below average…

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    Love this place as there are lots of choices of Good foods here

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    Wayne Koh

    A typical friendly neighbourhood hawker centre with good food at local prices.

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    First time trying porridge from this stall, super love it! It’s cheap and uncle was very friendly ️ Ordered the pork offal porridge 猪什粥and added chilli padi into the porridge for extra flavor awesome comfort food!! will come again to try other porridge. Advise to come early …

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    Marlin Ng

    Quaint yet vibrant community. I absolutely love the great diversity of food choices at the food centre.

    The food centre is relatively clean though the relevant agency need to cull the large intimidating pigeons that flew freely in the food centre and may spread some bird related disease to the food there.

    The Chwee Kueh is nice and sitting in the bright and breezy food centre is quite a nice way to experience community living in Aljunied estate here.

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    Ong Jun Hao

    There are fruits stalls sold in the hawker centre and fish soup is very delicious there. However, this is downplayed by the fact that there are people burning joss sticks and incense paper which leads to air pollution. There is also no Japanese and Italian cuisine sold there and many of the food is fried and very unhealthy and high in sugar, salt and fats. More enclosed smoking cabins should be constructed for smokers to inhale their own toxic cigarette smoke so that non-smoking patrons do not have to inhale their toxic secondhand cigarette smoke which contains nicotine and other carcinogenic substances that are known to cause lung cancer.

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    Alfred Loh

    Offer good quality teochew fish soup

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    Harry Kek

    Ageing HDB estates with a more than fair share of elderly people lingering at the hawker centre. Prices are moderate to low. No celebrity stalls.

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    Spiderman Returns

    Porridge is yummy…many cheap and good food including Muslim & Indian food..ample parking space too…

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    Cassy Lee

    Always a good place to go for food. The pig organ soup and the fish soup is a must eat! Nearby the market have this The Garden cake shop is a must go as well. Old school traditional butter cream cake must not miss!

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    T B Koh

    I stumbled upon this stall when I went for a medical checkup at Geylang Polyclinic. And wow! It’s gooood. It’s really 古早味。And the Chinese woman who runs this stall is very friendly. And it costs only $3.50. Not forgetting this super important fact: The Mee Hoon Kway is handmade. This is really cheap and good stuff.

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    John Goh

    It looks very dark and grimy. Unfortunately whilst there is still some charm in the place together with some really really good stalls, the place looks extremely dated. A makeover is long overdue and it banks on the nearby industrial buildings to provide its customers. The Ming Yun Hokkien Prawn Noodle is good as are the numerous Malay eateries. Prices are most affordable. SIGH BUT SURE LOOKS DEPRESSING!

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    Dol Wong

    Great place to have local fare.

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    AIDEN Yong

    Vegetarian Mee Robus (Thursday only) not bad.

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    judy teo

    Nice food, huge variety. Downside is th hat there are many stray birds flying into the center. If you are “lucky”, you might get part of them on you.

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    Alan Lam

    The duck and roasted pork are very good. It’s reasonably priced. Worth the trip.

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    J T

    The fish soup here (Ng Soon Kee), wanton noodle (Tg Rhu) and nasi Padang (Sharifah) are must-try when you’re here in this hawker centre! …

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    Belinda Koh

    Still as good. Food is always nice here and get the coffee from the corner shop. Awesome!

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    Spark 2009

    Must try the claypot rices

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    Veron Ho

    Nice and cheap food

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    Chung Soon Hu

    Morning breakfast, lunchtime and dinner time all roll into one for good food and drinks.

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    Alfred Quek

    A typical Hawker Centre next to a market.

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    Rick Ng

    A very old market with good stalls, one of which i love is the western food near the malay stall corner facing the road. Very old school style chicken chop and fish and chips!

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    Ray Phay

    Had a very good bowl of mee soto ayam w begedil here. The curry puffs which the stall is famous for was sold out at 730am!!
    Owners keep the quantity small each day to ensure quality. And this is quality!

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    Rena Owyong

    Only certain stalls are good like Indian, Malay, Western & rows along the road; however recent hygiene of place is very poor due unclear plates with birds issue, hope NEA or GRC will look into matter resolve.

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    KC Goh

    The mee siam at this Indonesian food House is fantastic. Sold out around 10.30am usually.

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    Nelly Chan

    Bought kebab from this stall, opening soon in this hawker center. Very delicious and juicy chicken cheese and beef kebab. Very satisfying …

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    ah guang

    Nice food n a lucky day for me…

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    Alvin S

    Can’t go wrong when you look for food at a hawker centre. Always some sort of local favourite available.

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    chong elem

    Not the most conducive food place, but I like the Malay food stall ‘Sharifah Nasi Padang’ . Good Malay food at affordable prices. Stall manned by some patient and polite folks. Thumbs up.

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    Ant Tan (Ant)

    Variety of local hawker fare here and it is well maintained with plenty of seats available. Must try list is the laksa, wanton mee, vegetarian, Jurong western etc

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    Jorden Tan

    Loads of food for breakfast. Food is affordable for locals and tourist!

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    Hilmy Pratama

    1. Mostly are chinese food, which is non-halal obviously
    2. Only few malay and indian stalls
    3. Very crowded especially in the morning and during lunch time
    4. Cleanliness need to be improve

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    ST Wan

    Too many birds. Now too many bird humans. Not hygiene, finished n unfinished foods on the tables. Most
    Washing basins are chocked without
    cleaning. Tissue flying around. If I am not mistaken, u can find only 2 to 3 senior cleaners only.

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    Boon Cheng Ong

    Big hawked centre with lots of good food. We liked most is the roti prata at the corner near to wet market. U can find it cos every day long q.

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    Whiskey Rose

    Corner stall wanton noodles is delicious. By 11am plus, can’t even chicken feet noodles cos all sold out.

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    Dennis Huang

    Renovated, enjoy your food with comfort. Not near to MRT nor shopping mall nearby. There is a NTUC. For food yes, for touring not advisable

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    Dawn Leow

    Nice market to visit , nice foods to eat

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    Sebestian Szeto

    Neighborhood food center with various good food choices at HDB hawker stall prices.

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    Guan Hou Heng

    Good vegetarian food there. Got 2 stalls.

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    He confidently shows his ingredients as its fresh and of high grade.. food is delicious

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    Some good food stall in this hawker ctr, especially the Fish soup and duck meat stall, the stall run by an old couple and a helper, you need to wait for 20 to 30 mins for your food

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    andi Rehana

    Do drop buy breakfast at maknab stall selling $1.50 nasi lemak and awesome epokepok(curry puff) and they serve best lontong mee rebus and mee soto at 2.50 only. Must try once in life

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    Wei Ming Chen

    Place is not bright enough. Cleanliness is average. Dishes price is good. Overall, nice place too eat.

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    A number of great food here. Discover it yourself 😉

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    Leong Hung

    Reasonably priced varieties of food of cosmopolitan races Muslim, Malay, Chinese & Indian tasty food available!. …

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    Mun Chong

    Pork porridge with fried large intestine from the hawker centre – reminds me of the famous Penang porridge
    Nearby Garden Confectionery with the best old fashioned cream cakes – yummy fresh cream n soft cake

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    Ronnie Tan

    A few stalls that are worthy of coming back for. The Chee cheong fun and porridge here is authentic, run by an old HK guy. The carrot cake also not bad. There’s an Indonesia Chinese lady selling mee siam, mee rebus and mee soto, top it up with their pekedel. The fishball noodles along the the same mee soto stall is good as well.

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    Low Soon Kuan

    I like the place as there are many stalls selling rice, noodles carrot cakes and dessert and local food. Fresh vegetables and fruits are sold here. Very good experience to eat and buy groceries here.

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    Stephen Sim

    Food wise, quite good for a quick meal. Reasonable pricing with quite of food,chinese, malay and indian food. Place a bit a bit untidy and rather humid.

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    Abby Shai

    soya bean milk $0.70. zui kuey $1.20 4pcs. $2 for 3 fritters. food stall are all old timer, they sell food for almost 20years or more. food are mostly tasty n cheap!!! try those Malay food, best lar!!

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    Felicia Chin

    Old school Market. You feel like you’ve gone back in time 20 years. This was how food markets were like back then. With a wet market right next door.

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    Friendly young Hawker from KOKO Nasi Lemak, highly recommended!

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    Sugra AH

    So much food choices and delicious. After eating there, I packet more food back home

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    laylian yak

    Indonesian Food, Ng Soon Kee Fish Porridge n stewed duck, Silver Star Confectionery (best vegetarian beehoon n traditional kueh)

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    A good alternative to the famous Circuit Road Hawker Centre. I would recommend the zichar stall facing the road. Get the 鸡酒米粉 and 拉拉白米粉!!

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    Seb Cheng

    one of the old estate food center with affordable price and plenty of good food too…

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    jasrine Leekhaw

    Hua Kee stall.. Nice curry fish head and Yong Tau Foo in black bean sauce. $45 for 4pax (food can feed 5-6 pax). Available in food panda. can take away

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    Tan Siew Lang

    They sell many types of foods – Malay, Chinese . Coffee Stall, Deserts, Fresh Fruits. Early in the morning , there are many stalls selling Fish , Veg. Fresh Chickens, Seafoods n some dried food items – dried prawns, beans , mushrooms, red dates etc..

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    Samuel Wong

    Hey it’s a hawker centre, there is nice food that u need to go early and queue for

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    Dolars Grace

    Monday to Saturday
    4.00pm onwards
    Cuisine Teochew Porridge n Rice
    Nice dishes…Can give a try
    Very kind lady boss..

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    Moonshee Ismail

    Cheap and Delicious Malay Food selling old time favorites like Mee Siam Nasi Lemak and Nasi Padang. Friendly vibe

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    Alice Low

    I like to eat as t the wanton mee n laksa stall first roll. Very tasty . …

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    S Tan

    Facing the road, good wanton noodles & old traditional Chee cheong Fun & pasta. Used to have a very good minced pork & laksa but no longer there.
    In the middle, there is another Chee Cheong Fun with prawn filling & porridge stall. Good biryani from Aminah. Quite many Malay stalls too.
    Good fish soup, duck porridge stall but be prepared to wait.

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    Shyeen Fong

    came here for the mini steamboat

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    LW Wong

    There are 2 chwee kueh stores, if you like sweet chaipoh + slightly bouncy kueh, go to Xin Xi. If you like savoury chaipoh + rice-texture kueh, go to “Singapore Shui Kueh”. I’m on the latter camp …

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    Zinthe Zweihander

    Lots of great food at somewhat reasonable prices. Great for families and friends and especially after a swim at the nearby swimming complex!

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    James Tan

    Went there 7am for fried hokkien prawn mee. Good taste and serving size for Bf.

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    SH Wong

    Some good stores but most of them are closed on Sunday afternoon.

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    Allen T

    Ok this is typical heart land hawker center. The usually food. Some are very nice. Generally it’s serves good food and standard price. Nearby there is a big Sheng siong and typical heartland shops. A nice cost heartland place.

    A big issue I notice is that the tables are very closely spaced compared to others. The walkway is very small and feels very cramped and the lighting in the inner part is a bit dim. So I feel like very claustrophobic inside especially the part nearer to wet market. So of wheelchair and prams… I will be more careful. Other then that it’s a nice place with nice food. It cannot be perfect!

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    Saiko Freak

    Formerly from MacPherson, this stall sells the authentic hand made soon kuehs (white) and png kuehs (pink). As the stall owner is operating on her own, she can only make a certain number of kuehs daily.
    Was informed they operate from 7.30am till while stock last.
    Close on Mondays and Tuesday.

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    Jeremy Ng

    Fair deal with fair meal. Meals from S$4 – S$10 and you could eat like a happy person.

    Had the best tasting Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle by the ‘Min Yun Famous Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle”.

    Don’t miss it!

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    Irene Tang

    There’s varieties of Foods

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    B Sri Pon

    Rather gloomy with birds flying around. Floor can b rather dirty..but the food there is good. Enjoy eating there…frequent visitor. Good mix of shops

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    It’s old and the cleanliness of the environment needs quite a bit of improvement. The birds are a real nuisance and the clean up of tables is slow. The stalls are all pretty average in terms of taste BUT the big plus is that in general, the food is really pretty cheap compared to say a hawker centre nearer the city. One of the Malay nasi padang stalls is also a real gem – in my opinion, better than the old Zion Road nasi padang and alot cheaper too. Its range of dishes are a little smaller and less fancy (more humble) but the taste and affordable price more than makes up for it. The assam gravy is yummy. Note that by around 3pm or so, many stalls will have closed.

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    S.Bhupinder Singh Brar

    Very good varieties and value for money meals, only issue is that it’s a tight squeeze for the wheelchair bound to navigate…. anyway will manage somehow with friendly residents who are helpful and attentive to our needs.

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    Albert Cheung

    Great choices at competitive price. Best to go during lunchtime when most stalls are open. Worth mentioning are the economical rice, duck porridge, chicken rice and nasi padang meals.

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    D W (DW)

    All the foods here is nice and reasonable price … nearby market got a very nice waffle ( opposite ntuc)….

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    LIM Stewart

    A good variety large choices of food at very affordable price and generous servings. Pleasant local eating place environment.

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    Kay Swee Tan

    The food is good and price is reasonable especially the Malay stalls. I buy my breakfast there at least twice a week. The food sellers are friendly.

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    Chan Tian

    Turtle soup may be no longer in operation..
    The fish soup stall, mutton soup stall, zichar, prawn noodles stall is tasty..

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    There is a good and cheap stall selling fish soup and braised duck named Ng Soon Kee fish and duck porridge. There will be a short queue when it opens at 11am. Fish soup and braised duck start at $3 which you can’t find elsewhere. Fish soup is clear and tasty. Braised duck just fall off from your mouth, yummy.

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    thomas tan

    My visits to the poly clinic will followed by my visit to my favourite wan ton mee stall thats next to a coffee stall.
    Nice texture followed by a well whippped up noodles thats spiced up a great mixed of sauces and ingredients.
    Worthy place to carry on makan with so many mouthyful variations of gawker cultures.

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    Joven Ang

    Lots of affordable options at this food centre, tucked in the middle of Geylang East area. If you happen to pass by, do fix your meals here!

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    W C

    Many choices. Relatively easy to find a seat.

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    Ken Loy

    Lovely neighbourhood hawker center with other shops all around the vicinity. Cooked food items reasonably priced.

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    Walter Wu

    Unique stall is the Nasi Bryani stall. Stallholder is a Chinese guy and prices are lower than normal though the servings are smaller. Which is good. Easier to eat less. He also lets you know the extra cost as you order extra dishes so no unpleasant surprises when paying.

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    Yat Keong Wong

    The seating arrangement criss cross one another making handicap movement almost impossible. Not only handicap movement is hindered but normal healthy customers will also have their movement impeded. Very dangerous especially if patton is carrying hot soup from stall to tables. I reckon the Precinct should upgrade the seating arrangements by relevant authorities very urgently to avoid accidents & increase safety especially elderly.

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    Cherrie Tan

    Wide variety, 2 vegetarian stalls at reasonable price. Just a bit dim on the light, hope can have natural sunlight, yet cooling to dine.

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    Melvin Lee

    Good service and spacious restaurant

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    Papa Lim

    Food quality is better in e morning and lunch.

    After lunch, e quality is not so good

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    Dennis Fong

    This is still the traditional hawker centre which is my favourite. Compared to those modernised hawker. E.g. Yishun Park Hawker
    My key point:

    Many of the stalls already start preparing their store opening as early as 4 to 5am.

    Unlike modernised hawker, you start to see store opening only after 10am.


    You can really find all sorta of food varieties here. I simply love these older generation food stall owner attitude in running business compared to those younger generation, and it’s quite sad to see how this saying “Early bird catches the worm” is gone with new generation running the modernised hawker center

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    Chewloong Lim

    Many old school food stalls which sell cheap food. There is also a wet market beside which operates only in the morning. This food Centre catered to both morning, afternoon and evening crowds although night time not many stalls are opened.

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    Susiwati Ta

    Almost nothing is open when I came on a Monday around 1.3pm. You should probably come on another day to try all the famous stalls. We had beef horfun, which was okay but a bit salty. The charkwayteow was a bit too sweet for me too, but then I’m not really a fan of charkwayteow so take that with a pinch of salt. Prices range about $2.50 to $4 across the stalls.

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    allan teo bak leng

    An old citizens market. Many food stalls of different races catering many kinds of food…..Muslim, Indian Chinese! Prices were quite moderate compared to new food courts and there were many yummy food!

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    Jeffrey Teo

    Affordable hawker food! Look out for the pepperish pig organ soup at the corner and kway chup stall called Hai Xing (海星). Shui Kuay so-so only

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    Chin Hock Toh

    Mei Xiang Porridge stall serves good quality porridge reminsce of old days. Added you tiao is also crispy and fresh. Worth a visit.

    Coffee from 錕 drink stall is also good.

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    Just RJ

    Multitudes of food, spoilt for choice. Would recommend the fish soup and duck. Kway chup is also not bad.

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    Karen Ho

    Love the lor mee with the fried fish here. Daughter had the chicken cutlet which was yummy too. Bought back muffins also and will be back to try the tarts

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    Bobby Ng

    Hot n not so convenient for circuit rd old people to visit here because of the overhead bridge to climb up

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    Rene Kragelund

    Stall 29 is my go to for Chicken Rice or Roast Pork and Char Siew Rice

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    Fandy Show

    Good place for Breakfast n Lunch not for dinner several stalls r close.

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    Ng Keng Hwa Hwa

    Lots of nice affordable food, very convenient,shops,wet market, hawker center eaterys and two big super market 24 hrs, poly clinic, library, it

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    lovelyvee (vee)

    lots of varity, a good prata stall always with reasonably long quee. the pig organ soup is also good with peppery taste.

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    Seah Eu may

    So many good varieties of different food to choose from.
    We loved the pratas,the carrot finger sticks,the 油条,the mushrooms pork noodles….

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    KW OW

    This place gives a nostalgic kampong feel. Plenty of varieties, though not a big place. Can be crowded during lunch hours. Cleanliness of the tables might be a concern to some.

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    Low Hui Kwan

    A few stalls are good.
    Mixed vege rice,
    Fried economy beehoon
    Meet reebos
    Kway chap
    Pig intestine soup
    Kway two soup
    Fish soup cum duck meat
    Two coffee stalls.

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    The foods are nice but the variety of stores is 10% of the hawkercentre actually cause all stores always closed but i understand it is cause of covid and i cant find a food i love open

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    Otoko Otoko

    Lots of great eating places, just look for the queue for all the wonderful local foods

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    William Seah (William)

    Hawker food is cheap and good. if you like Japanese food is a good option too.

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    Super Con Gian (Super Con Gian)

    All the Singapore nice tradition food are here

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    Douglas Ng

    Almost 40 years hawkers centre with wet market.
    Lots of nice and cheap food here like fish soup, chicken rice, wanton Mee etc.

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    Ornamental Mouldings

    Too crowded, some people’s seat there and talking without taking any food. Quick difficult to find a seat at this CoVid-19 time. NEA should advise those not taking food to give way, also never see any social distancing administrator there.

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    Ant man

    Many empty stalls and also frequent change of ownership/ biz. Few stalls open at night.

    Fish soup stall very good business but waiting time is about 1 hr. Price is also very good, maybe the cheapest in Singapore. Very delicious. Hokkien noodle stall uncle not very polite and impatient. Thai stall selling Penang Laksa and Thai food WORTH VISITING. Just next to fish soup stall.

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    Rouis Ng

    birds loitering around for food

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    Richard See

    Nice place for breakfast, the lontong from Indonesian Food House is the one you need try……the gravy is super shiok. Equally good are their soto, mee Siam and mee rebus. Yummy!

    Revisited for takeaway. The tasty and generous serving of economical bee hoon from Xiang Kee, delicious glutinous rice from Teochew Kueh and the soft and fluffy you tiao and butterfly from Soon Soon.

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    James Chen hs

    A lot of local delights! cheap and good! Hockien Frey noodle, Cantonese porridge, vegetarian food, Wanton noodles.

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    Marcus Chan

    Nice breakfast place

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    bt lim

    Wantan mee is the best with old school days feel and taste.

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    Abdul Karim

    I arrived at the food court at 10.00 am., 40% of the food are still close, I have not taking any photo. I had prata only, these prata was crispy and the mutton curry was tasty. Even the epok2 self make fresh. If I got chance to go there again, I will get good photo and taste most of the food there.

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    Lim Alvin

    Had the fish soup and coffee & toast at the last row (where the famous soy chicken stall is). Can’t complain, the variety of food here is awesome.

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    Josephine Loh

    Good place for food but if you need to buy wet market stuff, not many stalls.

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    I would recommend the Kway Chap (braised pig intestines with flat wide noddles) stall (3rd row from the road), nasi lemak (3rd row) and the Prata stall (2nd row, corner).
    Recommended coffee stalls: Coffee culture (2nd row) and the corner stall at the 4th row

    The bird/Pigeon issue had improved but seems to be returning.

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    Max Chionh

    Bought teh gao from the drinks stall asking the same stretch of the lormee, it was more like teh boh – too diluted. Took one sip and tossed it. Went to the row behind cos i saw a queue while ordering the wanton Mee (noodles was too starchy, wanton no flavour), and the teh was better but still poor.

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    Derrick Phang

    Old neighbourhood hawker centre. Serves mainly the local instead of tourist like the old airport hawker centre next door.

    It is very crowded in the morning but not so much in the evening when only 2 stalls are open.

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    Jimmy Ho

    Usual food centre, many varieties
    Reasonable prices

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    Ahmad Afandi Bin Salleh

    Hawkers centre here is little warm. Prata shop with curry here is good even for lunch they flip the prata once we ordered.

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    K K

    Wide selection of good quality and cheap options for a meal!
    Coffee at 90¢!

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    chng jay

    Constantly strong and non acidic coffee. Always order “Kopi-O di loh” (coffee with no water added)

    Unit 01-05, facing blk 116. Not the most popular stall but good for us, which means no queue

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    Roisu Tsan

    Always good for reasonably priced food. Place is clean.

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    Bitamin C

    Yummy bak chor mee. They also have laksa available on weekends.

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    David Loh

    Abit old place but food is nice!!

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    Bradley Heng

    A few good stalls here. Drop by if around the area

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    Use to visit the fish soup stall with braised duck very often.price are good too.nasi padang stall also not bad.

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    Y. Y. Liow

    Good food. Some stalls open till late and close around 10 pm. Recommend to anyone going for a quick bite.

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    Shaun Teo

    珍源’s laksa is a must try if you are at Geylang East Market & Food Centre! The gravy is super delicious and addictive. However, do note that this special dish is only available on weekends and public holidays and may get sold out early due to its popularity, so do head down early to avoid disappointment! Also, highly recommended to add on (加料) their pork liver which is soft, tender and extremely flavourful!

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    Peter Lin

    Prawn Chee Cheong Fun with Mixed Signboard 招牌 Porridge. Do you like Hong Kong dim sum style Chee Cheong Fun which is usually filled with prawns or char siew and doused in light soya sauce or Singapore style Chee Cheong Fun which is usually plain and just with a sweet red sauce? For me i think it depends on the time of the day but if I can be greedy, both please. The porridge here is just ok though as it is not as smooth as I thought it would be.

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    Steven Chiang Hock Chuan

    Arrived late about 1.30pm, some good and famous stalls were already closing up. If you are going, try to be there by 11am before lunch crowd so as to get good food …

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    Tse Siang Chong

    The Old man porridge is delicious

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    Jeverio Yeo

    Reasonable priced hawker food for lunch

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    Royston Toh

    One of the Best Butterfly (You Tiao). Delicious Indonesian lontong, mee Siam and curry puff – mostly sellout before 11am

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    Ben Yap

    Only stalls facing the main road are open. Majority of other stalls are still closed.

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    Tiffany Chan

    a good range of local food (chicken rice, wanton mee, prawn mee, malay food, there’s turtle soup too) at cheap prices. good value for money.

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    Jerry QUEK Cheng Pang

    Food wise has good selections and good taste but envirolmental wise not that good, there are quite some birds preying on your food in the day till late evening ( Refering to the food centre ).The area also has many other shops,coffeeshops, super marts, clinics and other amenities such as public swimming pool and The Basketball Association of Singapore ( BAS ) with 2 indoor basketball courts.Overall the area is worth patronising.

    Dated : 28 /09/ 2018 ( Friday ).

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