Review Ang Mo Kio 628 Market, 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, Singapore

Review Ang Mo Kio 628 Market - Singapore 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4

“It’s cheap and it’s good! Taste still going strong after 20year” or “The prawn chee cheong fun was delicious and service was fast too” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Ang Mo Kio 628 Market. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Ang Mo Kio 628 Market is quality.

Introduction about Ang Mo Kio 628 Market

Here are some fundamental details regarding Ang Mo Kio 628 Market. In terms of Hawker centre, it is generally believed that Ang Mo Kio 628 Marketis one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, Singapore. Whether you are looking for a place or a service related to Hawker centre, this place strives to ensure that you get the best possible value for your money. From customer service to the actual products or services offered, this place is dedicated to providing a positive experience for all its customers.

Background Info

  • Phone: 62255632 (+65 62255632)
  • Website: http://www.nea.gov.sg/
  • Address: 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, Singapore
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Detailed information of Ang Mo Kio 628 Market

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 6:30 AM to 9:30 PM.

Distance

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Phone number

You can reach Ang Mo Kio 628 Market at 62255632(+65 62255632). Use the hotline to contact them right away for the quickest help and resolution to your problems.

Website

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Address

You can directly come to 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Ang Mo Kio 628 Market reviews

Ang Mo Kio 628 Market is among the best destinations of Hawker centre in Singapore, and it merits your consideration.

Is Ang Mo Kio 628 Market good?

To determine whether Ang Mo Kio 628 Market is good or not, not only based on the provided information, you but also need to consider the detailed evaluations from customers who have previously experienced the service here, such as:

“This hawker centre is very popular among residents here. Large crowd in the morning and lunch, quieter at night. Bought dinner back: including this Japanese food stall with low price (about $3.5).”

“It’s cheap and it’s good! Taste still going strong after 20year”

“The prawn chee cheong fun was delicious and service was fast too”

“Rosnah's Family Kitchen serves good quality and there's a variety of malay dishes. Taste is great, like home cook meal. The queue is extreme long but worth the wait.”

“morning breakfast is always good to have porridge… nice one n price is also reasonable.. …”

“Bright, neat, gd ventilation and most importantly clean. Has wide variety of foods to satisfy your appetite. Tried the roasted duck stall recommended by friends, quite satisfied. Happy for residents in AMK.”

“The fried carrot cake to sweet n very cheap..it was $3 only..very worth it”

“one of the old Singaporean wet market with good local hawker food. There is also a key smith which also provide remote car key services.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 204 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.3 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 82% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Ang Mo Kio 628 Market, 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, Singapore

There is a total 204 reviews

4.3 / 5

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    Matthew Yap

    Nothing much except great drink

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    Pearlynn Tan

    Food choices are okay. Prices gone up.

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    steven chen

    This is the first time we visited this place, Surprisingly, there is quite alots of variety of shops here, and there is hawker centre with good variety of good foods and reasonable price, there are fresh market next door, and quite a few coffee shop also, community centre are just opposite, and the temple next to it, how lucky of those who live here.

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    Liz Seet

    A great place to eat. Many amenities. Those who live near by. Has made the right decision in their purchase of flat.

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    赵旭

    Very convenient for residents who live around.

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    Ann Chua

    There are great and cheap food in this market. Love the chicken rice which is near the bus stop opposite the Chinese temple. The chicken rice is only $2.50

    The steamed Hainan chicken is also very nice. For those who like roasted pork loin, u may want to try the 2nd start next to the chicken rice-same area as the chicken rice at the bus stop.

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    TAN SH

    Had the Seng Huat Wanton mee tdy. Queue is quite long and it is almost 30min. The soup was nice, and the wanton was surprisingly quite filling. Gt water chestnut in it cos normally only dumpling 水饺 has it. For 3$ it is v normal size. Tried so many wanton mee stalls and this one is really good n definitely value for $.

    Bad point is nd to wait quite long.

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    J G

    Hawker center is much cleaner after renovation, but can be better. However no one actually uses the tray return service so it’s kinda like a white elephant. A few popular stalls can be found there!

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    Low Soon Kuan

    I like the market and food center. I bought eggs, fresh Yong tau foo and fishball and vegetables in the morning. I have mixed vegetables rice , vegetarian fried beehoon and dessert there for lunch and dinner. Near and convenient.

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    BronzeCKY

    A medium sized hawker centre which is clean, spacious and well ventilated. There is always a long queue at the roast meat stall. Tried their assorted roast meat set for one person but was a bit disappointed probably due to too high expectations. The roast pork skin is crispy though. Another stall’s Amaranth soup is quite big portion and tastes good.

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    Henry Chia

    A place for long queue of char siew chicken roast pork rice during weekends.

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    Lufias 66

    So many varieties of food available. But take note that there is only 3 Halal stall.

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    Ken Ong

    A little small but there are a variety of fresh produce, among other things. The adjoining eateries cater to everyone and although there are a few similar stalls selling the same type of food, only a few stalls are worth your SGD. So be thoughtful and looking around before you buy your food! Enjoy!

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    J Seng

    Roast duck, chicken rice, bak chor mee, porridge, soya bean drink, traditional pancake, local hot and cold desserts … so many nice local food stalls here. Good way to experience Singapore local dishes here.

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    Kokthye Lim

    Great roast duck meat and roast pork. Super long queue.

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    biyan tt

    This hawker centre is very popular among residents here. Large crowd in the morning and lunch, quieter at night. Bought dinner back: including this Japanese food stall with low price (about $3.5).

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    Ben Penkk

    Many local food in hawker centre with price range between 3 to 4.50 S$. Parking a bit hot in morning hours must be patient. Good for those savy type.. …

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    kopiandmilktea

    Tried sumo big prawn and they gave lots of clams but soup was a little bland (IMO). Still worth it cause it’s only 5 bucks. In addition, we tried the fried carrot cake (white) and it was pretty average. Just another piece of info, the toilet was clean though haha

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    Chee Ann Hin

    Has many stalls to choose the food you want. Prices are reasonable.

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    CWWSIM

    Quite like the Sumo prawn noodles soup here.

    628 soya sauce chicken is tender and flavourful, with option of pairing it with noodles or brown rice.

    Happy duck rice and kway chap so so.

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    Jamila Hakam

    Fresh produce and competitive prices. Convenient location near public transport.

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    Thor J M

    Huge variety of Hawker food. Neat and they even have this movement whereby there are paper dustbins provided on the tables for you to dispose unwanted mess from eating.

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    Fuji Misato

    Nice cosy hawker center with a balanced selection of cooked food that caters to the taste buds of the many office workers around the area

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    Aaron Lee

    Very limited things to eat here. It gets a bit warm and stuffy despite having lots of fans. Hygiene level is not the best, just average.

    The wet market has a lot to offer, from meat to fish to fruits. Many vendors here so you can come to take a look and compare prices before buying.

    Feel feel to bargain because the stall owners are very friendly.

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    Yn Yn

    Good place for shoppers.
    Foh Yin vegetarian, evening time foods are nice. Great taste!

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    LL

    Tried the fried carrot cake from stall #01-64 which seems to have lots of good reviews. There is only 1 portion size at $3 and in dark sauce only. The sauce is too sweet to me. Overall is still decent.

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    Joshua Lee

    Tried the fried oysters at hokkein mee stall but it was bitter n oysters dry n tasteless. I think hokkein mee is ok but not fried oysters, lacking skills in this area. Chef is a young chap.

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    Nancy Chan

    First time there and a lot of stall available. Ordered Da Jia lai chee cheong fun. The noodle is good, chilli too just that gravy abit thick and very flavourful. Suggest can just order the empty version and they would taste perfect.

    Tried the sumo prawn noodle soup too (last stall at the middle lane). soup have heavy prawn taste , not bad, Chili awesome too.

    One down side, randomly choose a drink stall (HUA FATT COFFEE & TOAST) suspect open by young adult. Their drink SUPER SWEET like nobody business. Try to order from other stall open by senior, maybe would taste better.

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    Galvin Yeo

    2 star is because the wet market there is a rip-off. Do not expect to get ingredients for 1 dinner under $20. This wet market is well known in Ang Mo Kio to be a “rich man’s” market because of the number of private properties nearby. General marketing here costs on average $40-50 daily. Experience with the fruit stalls were terrible. A particular fruit stall was found to be dishonest in their business dealings. I bought of pack of blueberries from them for a comparably higher price as compared to an exact same pack from NTUC, but with only half the amount of berries. The fruit seller was very dishonest!

    3.5 stars for the hawker center. There is a wide variety of food available for selection at a considerably affordable price. However, do expect a waiting time of 10-15 min during peak hours at the popular stalls like chicken and duck rice, hokkien prawn mee and fishball noodle stalls. Hawker center is generally clean, well ventilated and has ample seating space during off peak periods. The newly instated automated tray return system is not well received because of the profile of the residents in the vicinity (generally older and somewhat reluctant towards new things). Stalls will charge a deposit of 50¢ per tray, which means you’ll have to guard yours fiercely if you get one. Also, do expect a queue at the automated tray return areas.

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    Sukumaran Menon

    You can enjoy the famous Duck Rice stall, Nasi Lemak, Lontong, Mee Rebus, Nasi Padang stalls, YouTiao stalls, Chicken Rice. Food is reasonably priced and taste good. Many more stalls to enjoy.

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    Tsin W61

    Big old food and hawker center, many good local food but must prepare to queue. Walking distance from YCK MRT station, Exit A.

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    Ser Hwee Chia

    Most of the food are nice, like chicken rice, roast pork and char siew rice, wantan noodle etc. Those who are food lover will like this place

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    Felix Ker

    My vote goes to the Sumo hokkien mee stall, run by a young man in his 30s. My hokkien mee was superb! Last visit I had the sumo prawn mee and was slightly above expectations!

    Today, a lady who sat next to me complained about the char kuay tiao she ordered – too sweet, dish already cold, not tasty at all (see my photos)

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    Pee David

    Famous roasted food, chicken, vegitarian, hokkian mee and wet market.

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    Meaga M

    Jin Mao Hainanese chicken rice serves one of the best chicken rice in SG I can say.
    Rice is fragrant and full of flavour yet not oily and chicken breast is succulent. Also, one very good thing is, chicken are in big chunks, unlike those stalls outside who would press the meat to fluff up the amount of meat.

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    viking T

    Forgot to take picture but I highly recommend the Hokkien Fried Prawn Noodles & the Carrot Cake (White). Super delicious.
    You will not miss the Duck Rice Stall due to the long queue. Super good too. Must try.
    To avoid is the Hainanese Curry. Great disappointment.Ordered their Pork Chop Curry. The meat has a weird taste & most disappointing is the curry. Very watery.

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    LianRu

    one of the old Singaporean wet market with good local hawker food.
    There is also a key smith which also provide remote car key services.

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    Lee WengSiong

    The food here is nice and cheap.

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    Tony Tay

    Many stalls here but I normally buy roasted pork, roasted duck and char siew from one stall. It’s a husband and wife team..you can’t miss it because there is always a long queue.

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    yptay mad

    Love the market hawker prices are reasonable, Kopi o kosong 80 cents
    Have 2 favourite Bak Cho Mee stalls.

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    marcushugo

    One of the very nice char siew, roasted pork n duck. Worth the queue.. …

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    Cik zaharah Zara

    The fried carrot cake to sweet n very cheap..it was $3 only..very worth it

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    Ong Wee Kian

    had the fried prawn noodles. nice taste but will plus points if they remove the dark green dirt from the prawns, n prawns can be more fresh as well. service not so good except for the meimei.

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    Chee Hei Foo

    Malay nasi leak favourite. Char kway teow surprisingly good. Roast meat vert good but queue too long.

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    Yong Chwee Sin

    Like many matured, HDB housing towns; this market & food centre is very popular for it’s outstanding, “top-selling” favourite foods like oven-roasted pork, char-siew, lap-cheong^[sausages], fresh steamed & fried-chicken. Very de

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    wheregot ime

    6+2=8
    That’s how I remember this market blk

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    Siambuddhas

    just right near my place… just need a bit more special stalls to make it perfect.. some old friends winded up their business there and retires… sad to say..new stalls some are too green in it

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    Robin Chen

    The roast delight is the longest queue there. So as a typical and curious Singaporean… I decided to queue… and instantly regret my choice… $5 char siew, roast pork rice… 5 pathetic slices when I reach home and open… I didn’t even know if I ate anything. Only know I wasted 1hr 15mins of my life.

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    Edward Chan

    A very popular marketplace and well supported hawker centre. Apparently the food sold are liked by locals as people from other neighbourhood too patronise this place for food and takeaway.

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    HM Yuen

    Crowded on Sunday. Many good foods available. I like the malay stall mee siam. The gravy is nice n has hae bee taste. The fish ball stall look nice with big fish ball. Carrot cake is available at $2.50 at one of the stall. NEA should do some enforcement as some stalls put their barang barang on the eating table depriving customer of the seat. The wet market has many fruits stalls n stall selling dry sundries. It’s a good place to have breakfast n do marketing.

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    Fluffyfoodies

    Several good food can be found in this market (e.g., duck rice, big prawn noodle, seafood soup, dessert). However, the food is much pricey as compared to other markets.

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    Johar Kwan

    great place to eat. many varieties food to choose.

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    Cherie Lim

    Great hawker that serves up a lot of yummy food. The chicken rice stalls all get long queues, has famous bedok chwee kuay stall (steamed rice cakes), a variety of noodles stalls and also vegetarian ans malay food.

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    Simon Tan

    Good selection of food at the main hawker centre and with reasonable prices. Surrounding foodcourt have other choices too but cost a little more. You also have stores that provide tailoring, groceries, a wet market, ardwares, and basically everything you will need if you don’t have specific brands

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    Kelvin Lim

    Try the roast duck, char siew and roast pork at Ho Bee Roasted Food. It is definitely one of the best in Singapore and reasonably priced as well Yong tau foo store is also worth trying, with a variety of items to choose from and best of all, it taste good and it is cheap.

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    Stephen Wang

    The hawker was rather warm without much ventilation.

    Food wise yet to try something which i really like.

    Overall the price is still pretty reasonable.

    Tried the nasi-lemak on Nov 9 2022 and it was fugging good and it is priced at $5.70 only. It is a dish that should not be missed, make sure you try it. As usual, picture for reference.

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    Bernard Yeong

    Bustling market especially on weekends but not as crowded as other popular markets in AMK. Good variety of fresh produce and cooked food stalls and reasonable prices.

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    BH C

    Owner operated stalls so more authentic unlike chain or franchise outlet.

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    Susan See

    First time in my life I saw origami paper boxes folded and placed on all tables for diners to throw their food waste ie bones, prawn shells etc – so thoughtful right! To whoever you are – Xin Ku Ni Le and Xie Xie! …

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    leona t

    This market has a variety of food choices. This sumo prawn is very popular, opens in the morning and afternoon and for dinner as well. There is also chicken rice and duck rice. There are also fruits, meat and veggie stalls that sell fresh produce on top of hawker centre food.

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    SPEEDY ENGINEERING & RENOVATION Pte Ltd

    It’s cheap and it’s good! Taste still going strong after 20year

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    James ZGQing

    Very clean and mostly friendly stall holders. Hardworking Cleaners keep place clean n tidy.

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    Richard YKF

    Not all the hawker stalls is opened. Food varieties is sufficient to filled yr gut . Price have up slightly as most places do over this few months

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    Chen Kokchye

    now that no need to scan entry and the table sitting tape all have been remove , this hawker have been very crowded since …but can find seat easily ……

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    Justin Sim

    Finally there’s satay at 628 hawker center!!!! Nice charcoal grilled and meaty satay. Flavorful peanut sauce with generous serving of cucumber and onion. Located at unit #01-85. Highly recommended. Will definitely come back again. Hope they will have bbq chicken wings and otah in the near future.

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    Andy Koh

    Groceries at this market are more expensive than other markets due to patrons being from the nearby private estates. Not worth it to go if you are on a budget. Hawker food 50 percent have good food while the rest of the food are not worth the while…hopefully they change some stalls.

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    I Know What U Did Last Summer

    – Not too crowded.
    – Food stalls area : Good Ambasador
    System to Scan IN & OUT.

    – Wet Market area : Complicated &
    frustrating way (OUT)

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    Tan Yong Boon

    Really enjoyed Song Heng fishball bak chor mee! I ordered takeaway. When I arrived home and opened it up, I was surprised by the hugeness of the portion size and the abundance of the ingredients! Fishball, fishcake, pork lard, sauce, all was tasty! Only AFI I can suggest is that since so much noodle was given, more sauce should be provided.

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    ybanfong John

    Great place have breakfast and lunch. Wet market and food court. Good coffee at Teck Huat, roasted meats, fried chicken and noodles.

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    Kenneth Goh

    I probably won’t try the char kuay tiao stall there. Too healthy for my liking. the dish was bland and had overwhelming taste of bean sprouts, the wok hey was also missing. Cockles were small, and it wasn’t spicy though I asked for chilli to be added. Having not had the dish for a while, it was truly a disappointment. …

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    Nic W

    Great SG food options. I love the chicken rice, porridge, youtiao, chwee kuay, carrot cake, loh mee… The only issue is the birds (similar to many other hawker centres), but I think it has improved slightly from before.

    The coffee stall owner is amazing, he seems to remember everyone and what they previously ordered.

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    Jasmine Khoo

    The famous Jin Mao Hainanese Chicken Rice 金茂海南鸡饭 is back after a hiatus due to the Malaysian chicken export ban, so expect long queues at where it is. Excellent quality of chicken as always, be it roast or steamed.

    Also, opposite Jin Mao’s stall is Da Jia Lai 大家来, a stall selling freshly made chee cheong fun. Their rice gruel base is made fresh in the shop, and steamed right on the spot, creating an extremely silky and thin cheong fun wrap. It is served with beansprouts and shredded lettuce, which makes every bite crunchy and fresh.

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    Nick Doggett

    Nice hawker centre in a not too crowded area of Ang Mo Kio. Parking is pretty easy within a 3 min walk from the hawker centre. Food was good – I had nasi padang which was excellent, and not expensive. Spacious dining area with quite a few empty tables.

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    Alfred Loh

    Small hawker centre plus wet marketserve the local residents around the area

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    Kia Guan Ng

    The nasi lemak stall next to the Indian stall serves this set at $3, which I find very reasonable and value for money as it comes with quite a generous amount of peanuts and ikan bilis and chilli. The rice would taste better if it were warmer. Perhaps it was cooked earlier in the morning. I came at about 1.30pm. The food centre may be crowded but I still managed to find an empty table.

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    Esther Puar

    Like the bustling atmosphere in the hawker. Ordered the century egg with minced meat porridge and the friend black carrot cake. The porridge was worth the try, but not so for the fried carrot cake which I finds it so so only. Will come back to try more food!

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    Y C

    Grew up living next to this market for 30 years. Love the food and the people. Highly recommend Seng Huat wanton mee which I’ve been eating since I was 6!

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    thomas tan

    it’s a relatively medium sized market & food centre. Very Vibrant with lots of interesting food stall to my surprise.
    It was a transformation for more than 25 years when I first visited it when my dad was in AMK rehab.
    The Government has done a great job
    in this vicinity.
    The sumo prawn noodles & their fried
    noodles etc is worth to queue.
    Fried kway teow, roasted delights and many other choices.
    just waiting for you to drop by And carry on makan.

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    Dan Wong HH

    Last few places with authentic local breakfast dishes and great prices!

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    LLex

    The roast duck and roast pork rice, with spicy chilli and nice peanut soup after that can also grab a dessert at the dessert stall

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    KP Lau

    Great variety of food at the food court. But a bit irrating as the birds are able to fly around inside the food court.

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    Kai Xiong Ho

    The duck rice is good and cheap..

    If you are reading this and eating here. Please kindly contribute by returning your own plates and tray as the cleaner seems to be overload..

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    biyan tt

    This hawker centre is very popular among residents here. Large crowd in the morning and lunch, quieter at night. Bought dinner back: including this Japanese food stall with low price (about $3.5).

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    jing teo

    Typical Singapore HDB market with Hawker Centre. But very wide range of hawker food and uncooked food stuff. Very crowded and difficult to find parking on the weekends and holidays.

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    G K

    Decent market with many good foods.

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    Gerald Ng

    Currently my most frequent Hawker Centre. Clean and with good food. Wet market was chosen as filming location for local drama before. One vibrant market that is often difficult to get a parking lot in the morning.

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    Goh Kok Pheng

    Lot of foods that make people hesitate. Roasted delight must try. The boss always cut big piece of roasted pork, ca siew…chicken or duck. Worth trying and it really value for money…..but alway supper long Q….go one round and will know which is the stall. Got good dessert. Try your luck….as their are three dessert stalls.

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    Karen Than

    Great place with lots of nice, wonderful and delicious foods.

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    Justin Teo Y. K.

    Large hawker center with a wet and dry market section. Not many of these left in Singapore.

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    Alfred Loh

    small but With all kinds of local food

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    Karna moorthy

    Very nice market and food centre to patronise, variety of nice food and drinks hot /cold: Chinese, Indian, Malay food are nice a discussion chicken long queue, shiu kway is nice, and basmati nasi lemak is nice, it’s spacious, windy, clean, high ceiling, fresh air, thanks

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    Le Rock Steady

    It is a big market with multiple stalls selling same produce so there are choices & competition. The stallholders are mostly friendly & will give advice when asked.

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    LL

    Tried the fried carrot cake from stall #01-64 which seems to have lots of good reviews. There is only 1 portion size at $3 and in dark sauce only. The sauce is too sweet to me. Overall is still decent.

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    Iris Tan

    There are so many delicious local food here in this market that you’ll be spoilt for choice! Must try
    1) Love the popular delicious “Hao Wei” Roast duck & roast pork rice (always super long Q).
    2) The delicious Hainanese Chicken Rice (corner last stall) 3) Wonton Mee (next to the delicious Hainanese Chicken Rice stall),
    3) The Nonya Mix Veg Rice with Rendang Mutton & many yummy dishes cannot be missed (next to a corner Japanese food stall); 4) the Thai Food stall that cooks yummy Tom Yum Fried Rice, Tom Yum Soup, fried Phad Thai noodles. 5) The Congee stall, 6) Fried Carrot Cakes (same row as the wontan mee stall & Hainanese ChickenRice stall, 7) Corner Japanese bento, 8) Fish Soup that’s super fresh sliced fish, 9) Desserts stall that sells smooth hot delicious Black Sesame & Peanut Paste, Almond Paste,
    10) Prawn & Pork Ribs noodles , 11) Fried Oyster Omelette, 12) Spinach & Minced meat Soup with Yong Tau Foo , 13) Bedok Chwee Kueh stall , Lastly 14) Malay stall Nasi Lemak… Enjoy!!!

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    E L

    A big carpark lot next to it. Many food choice but no speciality. Nasi Lemak chilli nice but ordinary. Wanton Mee ordinary.

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    Tiansin Poh

    Renovated recently food and market centres. Clean, spacious and airy now

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    Ertiza Abbas

    Every weekend breakfast place, crowded though, but you can find good food in food court, especially chi chun fang, carrot cake, yeo tao and many more.

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    Hui ping Chen

    Clean place. Many options. Affordable items will go again!

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    Ivan Lee

    Lots of stray pigeons below dining table. Chwee kueh, roast duck, fishball noodle, vegetarian bee Hoon, boneless chicken rice… nice !

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    Thomas Tan

    yes, it’s the same market that I have been there some 23 yrs ago. missing was
    the bak chor Mee which I hv brought my late father there to savor.
    it’s some much different with great ventilation and many more interesting eateries. Sumo prawn noodles and fried stuffs. carrot cakes, chicken rice stalls etc Its just a 10min walk FM AMK rehab.
    Nice to carry on makan.

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    OJH

    Love the choices of foods available here and this is quite near to YCK MRT station , around 5-8mins walking distance only. Especially love the vegetarian stall here , recommend the mutton curry rice to everyone. There are also many other nice foods here , in fact too many to list out. Come and see for yourself.

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    SH Hussin

    Can say clean n sat/Sunday more ppl entre market..fish,prawn ,meat all fresh n not so expensive…this is my opinion

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    Olivia Hong

    Must try Ho-Bee Roasted food from 628 market! One of the best roasts in my opinion!!

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    Ma-ku Gan

    Think we have to separate between the wet and the dry sections. The wet market has most of what you expected to see and buy. The dry one consists of the hawker stalls. For both the prices are more expensive as compared to other market, both wet and dry alike.

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    Jonas Tan

    Some very nice and at the same time affordable food here!!

    Roasted duck rice located near the bus stop opposite YCKCC is extremely delicious.Love the duck and the chilli!!

    Boneless chicken rice facing block 626 is also one of the best stalls there!!The rice itself is full of flavour already,what more when you add the chicken and the chilli!!

    Japanese stall on the other side of the hawker centre is also not bad,with affordable prices.The chef may not be in such a good mood during peak hours though.Love it’s food anyways.

    Definitely will recommend to anyone!

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    Joyce Poh

    好味Roasted Duck, pork & char siew is good. Worth to try …

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    Eric Tan

    In this market have plenty nice foods stall like Roasted Duck, Lemon Chicken traditional chicken rice, Hokkien mees, Prawn noodles & etc. Is a must to try there is you are nearby there.

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    Spring Ng

    Some food are good, roasted duck rice, expecting long Q especially after its neighbours chicken stall closed down. The hawker centre always has big crowd.

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    Veliatika Hendra

    Good food , so tasty

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    Chris Chye

    Recommended char kuay tiao, they gave a lot for $3.50 per portion. They also sell muah chee, fried tapioca, egg tarts

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    Shir YH

    This is a bustling place I must say. So many food and spoilt for choice. I came here by chance with my eldest sister after we delivered some item to someone nearby. I will definitely want to come again to walk around and feel the ambience of bustling activities in the morning.

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    Jane Koh

    Sumo Prawns and kopi at this market are good!!

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    John Cheong

    It’s reasonable. There’s an attached wet market which has a wide variety of groceries which are fresh. There’s an Indian spice monger who will blend spices fresh for you on the fly. The coffee supplier can grind and blend a modest but adequate selection of beans and is inexpensive. My favourite are the Bali beans.

    As for the food court, it is often crowded. Food is just alright and it closes a few times a month for cleaning.

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    Choon Huat Tan

    Went on Monday (24.102022) and ate at the roasted ducks stall which had the longest Q.

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    Marvin Woo

    Lots of great food at reasonable prices. Huge variety of local everyday food like bak cho mee, carrot cake, chicken rice, laksa, lontong, Mee rebus, fresh soya bean, chin chow & sugar cane drink, etc. The hawker centre is open air & can be really packed during meal times with very long queues forming at popular stalls.

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    ANIL SHAHOOD

    Rosnah’s Family Kitchen serves good quality and there’s a variety of malay dishes. Taste is great, like home cook meal. The queue is extreme long but worth the wait.

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    J Koa

    A lot of food and fruits were fresh…

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    Pang Starry

    Delicious food. A lot of options here

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    Med D

    Fish and Meat in wet market is fresh and the price is reasonable. But the vegetable price are so expensive. Took small portion of veggies but the price is like for bulk. Ex. 1pc brinjal, 4pcs Lady Finger, 4 pc med onion, $1 green chili cost me 5.8 dollars!! While 1 whole fish cost me $5.5 only. Normally if I cook, my vegetable are more expensive than the meat or fish that I bought.

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    Pak Soon Lau

    Still one of the favourite local food centres offering delicious and reasonably priced food.

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    Ernest Ng

    Many nice and cheap food stalls in this AMK 628 food centre. Carrot cake, tau huay, meepok, roast pork, and duck, desserts, etc.

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    Jun Ren Tan

    There’s many seats available even at peak hours. Most of crowd are taking away the duck/chicken rice. Kinda like the carrot cake and fried kway teow. Oh theres accessibility for wheelchair.

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    Astor Tran

    Always love this market. Big prawn noodle, yellow chicken rice, 香港燒臘 rice, japanese bento, Seafood white beehoon are my favourites. After a good meal, theres the wet market to get some fruits and grocery. That’s a good day.

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    Gabriel Kwek

    Nice food, cheap prices, and the hawkers are superbly nice and will remember your orders if you are a regular! A good community outing landmark for persons with disabilities as it is wheelchair accessible and has multiple tables that are meant for wheelchair users and their families! …

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    Charlene Toh

    There’s a stall selling good roasted meat, worth the que. The famous lobster prawn noodle is there also.

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    Norman Ng

    Good mix of food options at economical pricing.

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    desmond ng

    Your standard HC but with a few good stalls, including Xiang Ji porridge, nasi-padang and a fishball noodles stall with snaking queues. Popular among the breakfast crowd. Coffee’s good here too. Fried hokkien noodles & oyster omelette are decent too.

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    Thomas Lew

    A typical hawker centre. It comprises the wet market and the cooked food. Came here for breakfast, it was quite crowded. Took a while before can find a table. There are many varieties of food for selection. Tried the fried carrot cake, it was good and worth the wait. The lor mee was on but the gravy was a bit watery.

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    Billy Tan

    The coffee shop at Block 631 has the best fish shop stall and carrot cake ever for me. Wide variety of fish meat and both black and white version of the chai tow guay are excellent.

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    Helen Heng

    Petty much like the other neighbourhood markets. I was told however that the wet market prices here are higher than the other Ang Mo Kio markets. I have eaten at the food section during breakfast, lunch and dinner and were generally happy with choices and quality.

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    - EverYolo - (‪EverYolo GT‬)

    The best food at a reasonable price. Japanese stall (Konomi Zen) may be expensive but you get a bang for your buck. My recommendation there is their Tempura Bento set at $6. You get rice, 2 tempura ebi, 2 tempura fish, 2 tempura battered mangoes and some tempura vegetables. You also get a sweet sauce to go along with it.

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    George Khoo

    Have not been to this hawker center for more than a decade. It was pretty crowded even before 7 am. The hawker fare is pretty staple but there are plenty of seats so it doesn’t really feel cramped or stifling

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    ahlek ong

    U will not be disappointed with the common dishes like fried carrot cake, wanton noodle, coffee etc.

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    Elizabeth Choy

    My favorite market because lots of stalls with very fresh produce though prices maybe a little higher. Leading to the market, one will find many half day stalls (mostly different vendors daily) selling very reasonable wares and wears. You may like it after your first visit. Parking maybe a problem especially on weekends.

    Just have to be wise when purchasing from the wet market as sometimes the total amount to be paid could be added wrongly as a few sellers like to do mental calculations

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    Vincent Ng

    Best roast duck rice in Ang Mo Kio is in 628 market.

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    Angeline Teo

    Love the fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and fish in this market. And very low pricing.

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    P Yang

    Wholesome dish. I enjoyed my soup very much. I will be back!

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    Yousong Cai

    There is food available by 6 a.m. in the morning. A rather bustling place. Keep up the activity and wish this will be a better place

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    Ho

    1st time came here.. Market just reopens last week… Many varieties of local food..

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    Tan-Yeo Ellese

    I enjoyed sitting there and eating there. It is not so crowded but the food is good. It is well lit, well spaced out seating and the neighborhood is very friendly.

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    Megan Hong

    You must try the Chi Cheong Fun! Amazingly smooth textured rice roll wrapped with fresh ingredients. Price is good too!

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    Wilson Low

    Delicious bunch of food available here. Love the community. Must tries: chicken rice, beancurd, carrot cake and fish soup!

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    V RAVINDRAN

    Soya sauce chicken rice,a different variant of the boiled or fried version..available here in Block 628 Ang Mo Kio hawker center and in the morning!!

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    Andrew Lai

    plenty of nice food there

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    LimBeh H

    Wet market… fruits stalls n hawker center foods. Truly a one in all. A must visit for foreigners when the time come. Love the traditional breakfast in the morning. My favorite morning breakfast area.

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    Koh Eric

    The Japanese food store was really good but always not open on a Sunday. Come on weekday to eat the Japanese food but be prepared to wait for good and value for money Japanese food.

    The black fried carrot cake is $3.50 now. Just average taste. A bit too sweet for me and lack of the good traditional wok hei smell.

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    Dewyn Ng

    Hawker center with a number of interesting stalls. i like Malay food stall: Roanah’ Family Kitchen. order rice with fish, tahu sambal and fried potato. cost $4.50 which is very reasonable price with fish! To my delight, the food taste very good too! Will be back again when i hv cravings.

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    Roslan

    Wonderful mixtures of local food, i really like the nasi padang its Wonderful with many varieties of dishes.

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    CHILLI CHILL

    The roast meat store is always packed with a long queue. When visiting just look for the longest que! Char siew is juicy & tender but considered the older style of char siew compared to modern day fatty Hong Kong roast. They are well known for the roast duck as well being fresh & well marinated.

    This store is very detailed in their sides as well. As seen alot effort is put in for the pickled cucumber salad (acar) compared to just regular fresh cucumbers only. It brings a nice tangy but sweet pallette to the tongue because of the fresh ingredients used; helps to cut away the heavy taste of the duck meats & gives a refreshing cleanse in the mouth.

    The soup is also well made. Using fresh yellow bean as base, the soup doesn’t taste artificial at all. It taste very home-ly & definitely a good soup to go along with the rice.

    Other popular food in this hawker centre includes the big prawn noodle. The broth base is mainly prawn meaning the soup will have a cleaner & more pronounce taste of the prawn heads. Quite a generous portion for a $8 bowl of prawn mee. It’s definitely worth the money as too much effort will be utilised if want to make it at home. Prawns are generally quite fresh but you will have to peel them yourself as it comes whole with all the shell still intact. There’s a sink to wash your hands afterwards towards the back of the hawker market.

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    Lau Rebecca

    Newly opened Satay stall at #01-85 conveniently situated near the busstop beside the Hawker center. Satay and ketupats have authentic taste and are not plastic wrapped or factory mass produced. The two young bosses are friendly and generous with their serving of satay sauce, cucumber and onions. It’s really worth all the wait.

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    KLKK

    Da Jia Lai Chee Cheong Fun 大家来猪肠粉

    Unlike the other hand made Chee Cheong fun, this one provides bean sprouts and shredded cabbages as the base. The Chee Cheong fun that is smooth and thin, goes well with the crispy bean sprouts and cabbages. I therefore like their fun. Furthermore the char siew Chee Cheong fun is sold at S$3.70 which is affordable.

    You may request for the sauce to be separated. The chill is nice but spicy.

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    david ng

    Overrated by local food bloggers. Prawn soup taste normal . For the price of $8 for the soup prawn Mee . It served with the 4pcs of big prawn n clams. Prawn broth soup don’t feel so tasty as described

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    Ant Tan (Ant)

    Tried mee hoon kueh(handmade), vegetarian bee hoon and local mee jiang kuehs, sweet potatoes dessert stall. There are even wet market and coffee powder vendor. Added chunky peanuts mee jiang kueh. Must try

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    zhi hao quek

    Alright place to dine. There’s a fairly upmarket prawn noodle stall, which, while quite delicious, can be quite pricey. The said stall also sells crayfish noodles; their soup stock has lots of garlic.

    There’s also a nice Japanese bento stall too, which I’d wager is above average as far as Japanese cuisine-based hawker stalls go.

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    H.H. Loh

    One of the nice Hawker in AMK
    Famous stall are typical :
    wanton mee, chicken rice, lemon chicken rice, duck rice, fishball noodle and old style prawn noodles

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    Anonymous Panda

    Nothing fantastic about the food here. Ate the soya sauce chicken and the normal chicken rice. Both really nothing special. The whole place here is ran by the tray rental service, remember to return the trays to get your deposit back. Ample HDB parking on both sides surrounding the food center.

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    Jasmine Khoo

    The famous Jin Mao Hainanese Chicken Rice 金茂海南鸡饭 is back after a hiatus due to the Malaysian chicken export ban, so expect long queues at where it is. Excellent quality of chicken as always, be it roast or steamed.

    Also, opposite Jin Mao’s stall is Da Jia Lai 大家来, a stall selling freshly made chee cheong fun. Their rice gruel base is made fresh in the shop, and steamed right on the spot, creating an extremely silky and thin cheong fun wrap. It is served with beansprouts and shredded lettuce, which makes every bite crunchy and fresh.

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    Perence Lum

    Nice and cheap.
    Even except CDC voucher.

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    YONG SING KIONG

    This whole roasted duck was the cheapest only $14 compare to others place .

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    dinesh vishnu Kumar

    The basmati rice nasi lemak is very good and i havent tried other dishes. There is one shop that bakes fresh coconut buns, first shop in 3rd row is very good, so fresh. And few stall sells very hot curry pa. Overall good .

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    Clayton Soh

    If you don’t mind the long queues, good food awaits

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    Olivia Hong

    Excellent food choice variety in the market! with fresh produce every morning. The best thing you can find in the hawker is Ho Bee Roast. Hands down the best roast duck & roast pork ever.

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    Kwang Gary

    The roast duck is superb!!! Juicy ,crispy skin, with flavour ozooing out when you bite the succulent meat. Taste linger in the mouth. Even at 4.30pm, the queue is unending.

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    Zainuddin Sarmani

    It’s has a lot of Chinese foods variety but for Muslim only 3 stalls.Sunday is always crowded..

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    Ethan Ong

    Quite average. Chicken rice had a short queue but a very long wait. The taste was still quite good, and the chicken tasted quite juicy and fresh. Recommend going earlier as less stalls are open in the evening. Overall less happening than a few years ago.

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    CH

    It’s been quite a while since we had a meal there.
    Crowded as always. No changes. Tables are clean. But I must say the surrounding areas of tray return racks are not as clean as they should be. Food still as delicious. The prawn mee soup stall had increase price to higher than expected.
    Standard of fried carrot cake had dropped. Not as well fried as before. It seemed that the cook had changed although the helpers remains the same people.

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    Ernest Pak

    Good variety of stalls selling different kinds of food, and during lunch, it sure is packed and not enough seats.
    There are a few stalls with queues, but worth the wait.

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    Eugene Lim

    Has a good range of hawker stalls selling a variety of scrumptious food.

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    Jeyathasan So krishnan

    Very popular with local people. Affordable food. Cheapest beer 1 big bottle of cold Anchor beer only $5/-. Ice provided if needed free. This stalk is on the extreme left facing the main road. Most food stalls close by 8 pm.

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    Irene Ho

    Nice porridge, char siew rice , chicken rice can be found here. There is long q at prawn noodles but imo the mee is so so. Not to my expectation for the price I pay

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    dizijoyjoy

    The prawn chee cheong fun was delicious and service was fast too

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    steven wong

    It’s great to be there. All under one roof , alot of food varieties n price is reasonable ..

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    Fandrie Koh

    My favourite Singapore wet market, especially for getting fresh Yong tau foo and the accompanying chilli. The prices, not just for Yong tau foo, are pretty reasonable, and the variety of dried goods, vegetables, fresh fruits, clothing, and clothes alteration services is certainly not lacking. The stallholders and shop holders keep their stalls and shops as organized and neat as possible, so even though they are jam packed with products, and the walkways get very narrow, the stalls and shops don’t give me a headache when I browse for interesting items for purchase because the shopkeepers keep their products organized.
    Marketing here is always a pleasure to me.
    I have not tried the food at the food centre so I can’t comment on it, but the wet market is great. Not biased because I am Not resident of ang mo kio. I live in a totally different district.

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    Monsieur Snow

    Hawker that has quite a few food options! Look for the long queues and you will know which are the popular choices (it’s quite distinct). Personally like the char kuey teow and duck rice.

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    Johnny Tan

    morning breakfast is always good to have porridge… nice one n price is also reasonable.. …

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    Ma. Alona Loma

    Small wet market but it has stalls that sells variety of produce. Most produce are fresh and in good quality. I have a favorite fruit stall here that sells very sweet Jackfruit. Market is clean and vendors are friendly. …

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    Wong C.L.

    Wonderful place with many choices of food. Be it restaurant standard with hawker price Japanese bento or a normal plate of chee cheong fun! If u can spot a queue…. Juz go for it! No regrets!
    Of coz, one shall not based on my recommendations as I was there for just a few hours only.
    Tim sum was closed after I “patrol” 1 round back… So many good food, so less time and small stomach…. Astala vista, babe! I’ll be back!

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    Eugene Hong

    Wide selection of food. I would recommend the sumo prawn noodles, the seafood white bee hoon and the chicken rice along the same stretch as the malay stalls. Gets extremely crowded during lunch time and weekends. A downside is they have the troublesome return your tray system in place.

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    Yong Meng Tan

    Bright, neat, gd ventilation and most importantly clean. Has wide variety of foods to satisfy your appetite. Tried the roasted duck stall recommended by friends, quite satisfied. Happy for residents in AMK.

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    Singularity Convergence

    Much food to select from. Inexpensive pricing. An agreeable place to have everyday meals.

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    John Low

    Of all the markets in Ang Mo Kio Estate that I have visited thus far, I must say this market is still my preferred choice.

    Wet market, hawkers centre and sundry shops are all under one roof. The wet market offers a whole range of fresh vegetables, poultry products and fruits at reasonable prices.

    For the hawkers centre you also see a wide variety of food and beverages. Personally I just love to have kopi O (black coffee without sugar), and I always look for stall that serves the drink in small porcelain cup. Don’t know why the fragrance is there.

    The usual stalls I patronise are chee cheong fun simply difference from what I tasted elsewhere, the mee hoon kueh because taste almost the same my late beloved mum used to made for our family and the other stall is the black carrot cake (cai tao kueh) – soft and not oily. Prices are reasonable.

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    Koh Tee Chin

    Decent selection of food. But many stalls close really early (before 8pm). This place has a 50 cent deposit for using trays. Deposit will be returned to you if trays are returned to designated places. But if the cleaners takes the tray away while you are eating, you’ll lose your deposit, which is kinda screwy. Anyway, disagree with this policy since should be encouraging the return of the plates and eating utensils rather than the trays. Returning just the trays will mean the table remains cluttered with plates and eating utensils. Kinda strange policy.

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    Andrew Ang

    Been to the market several times and this dessert stall sells the best desserts be it hot or cold.
    Price is very affordable.

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    Benny Lau

    The food market is crowded but still managed to get a seat for food.

    My favorite stall is closed.

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    Brandz Lim

    We had fried oyster and it was good. Forgot to take pictures though. Will be back again.

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    Low Soon Kuan

    I like to have lunch or dinner here. The ctk, vegetarian fried beehoon, Konomi Japanese food , mixed vegetable rice, and dessert are good. I will try Sumo prawn noodle someday. The western food is good too.

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    Samuel TaeHo Lim

    Great selection of food such as the legendary Bedok Chwee kueh (at $1), a few HK roasts to choose from, Hainanese boneless chicken, super cheap katsu don.. etc. There this super NICE Basmati Nasi lemak which closes pretty early at ~1pm (u would be lucky if u can get to try that). BEWARE of the vegetarian stall.. very dishonest.. attempted to charge me $3 for a spoonful of add on curry vegetable- Ive eaten enough to know that this is not the market rate.

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    Capital Spa

    Good variety of inexpensive hawker food

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    Tiara Amalina

    Tried their black carrot cake and one of the stalls and it was so good. I’ve been eating carrot cake twice or thrice a month since then. SO GOOD!!! I dream about it sometimes.

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    Darren Cheong

    Variety of foods and amnentities,

    Clinic, dental, spectacle, fruits stall, saloon valuedollar, Singapore pools

    Most importantly free parking during PH/Sunday

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    Baha BAHA

    good food
    the malay stall nasi padang very nice
    the Indian shop has nice roti jala,prata and thosai and they can make the food to your prefrence.

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    Jabez Tommy Lee (Tom)

    It’s ok, but I don’t like the way the stalls selling the same items just next to each. Which myself feel uncomfortable when patronizing! Giving you a feeling of the next stall is not happy as you didn’t choose them. Try it yourself then you know what I mean ? Maybe it just my own over sensitive. Overalls, lots of varieties stalls to shop around n also a wet n dry market. Especially you can still buy dry food by weight !

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    Quek LC

    One of my favourite hawker centres with a full market. Some gems here. A basmati nasi lemak to rival the best. Sio Bak, KwayChap/Duck, Thai Food worth a try too. Many others with good food, just follow the queues.

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    Prakash Kolandai

    Nothing much to say about the market eating experience. But certain shops which are highly recommended have substandard only. Hope it gets renovated…

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    Khoo HT

    Many good food!
    Ended up buying more to tabao than what we could eat there .
    Definitely will visit again even we have to drive there. …

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    Christina Teo

    Good variety of products but a little pricey compared to supermarkets like Giant, Sheng Siong and ntuc. This seems to be the trend now, with prices at wet market higher than those at supermarts.

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    Lionel Ng

    This market has got a hawker center attached. The attached hawker has a very wide variety of cooked food reasonably priced & good. There are also 2 banks POSB & OCBC, 2 mini mart, hair saloons, computer repair shop, 1 food court, 2 24-hour coffee shops, 2 clinics, 2 Chinese temples & a variety of small shops.

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    Simon Tian

    Good food and value for money

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    steven peh

    Especially like the roasted food stall #01-84. Nice food, serving size not stingy, reasonably priced as of this posting date.
    The acclaimed Sumo Big prawn noodle here was not really that fantastic. I don’t take the chilli powder so maybe those who like it may find it otherwise. The stock was added with clams aka lala and with lots of garlic. So those who like these type of taste may find it to their liking. The prawn is big though.
    Song Heng Fish ball Minced Meat noodle is nice. Served with large pieces of pork lard for those who like it. Expect long queue though.
    Li Xiang Fish Soup and Noodle stall’s ‘Sheng Mian’ aka raw noodle is nice. The Vegetarian stall despite periodic queue was normal in its food taste. Probably e only vegetarian stall thus the periodic long queue.

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    Kwan

    Great place with many popular stalls

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    Cedric Soh

    Lots of delicious and cheap hawker food. Waiting time is quite fast too

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    Wilson Low

    Every time when I visit the market seems like many things want to buy back

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    Helen Chua

    Visited 628 Ang Mo Kio Market when my mom’s warded at TTSH Rehabilitation Centre which is about 8 minutes walk away.

    It’s a wet market and food centre which serves quite good variety of food. It gets quite crowded during lunch time and early evening time.

    There are also few retail shops that offer really cheap clothes. I bought 12 pyjamas sets from a Chinese seller at $7/set. Material is cotton, thin but not translucent and very cooling for our weather.

    Walk down further there’s a kopitiam opposite a Chinese temple that offers good food too. I love the clear soup non oily Yong Tau Foo here. I think the stall is called MEI XI.

    There are other shops nearby too that you can explore.

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    Brian Wright

    Old food centre with great food and wide variety. Keen prices.

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