Review Beauty World Food Centre, 144 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore

Review Beauty World Food Centre - Singapore 144 Upper Bukit Timah Rd

“Nice hawker center with open space beer garden. Notable eats include authentic Korean food, bbq grill, middle eastern, klang bkt.” or “I like this place. Lots of different food that I can choose. The fried porridge is quite good. Can try.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Beauty World Food Centre. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Beauty World Food Centre is quality.

Introduction about Beauty World Food Centre

Here are some fundamental details regarding Beauty World Food Centre. In terms of Hawker centre, it is generally believed that Beauty World Food Centreis one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 144 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Level 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

  • Address: 144 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Level 4, Singapore
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Detailed information of Beauty World Food Centre

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Monday: Closed.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 4 to 9 PM.

Sunday: 2 to 9 PM.

Distance

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Beauty World Food Centre reviews

Beauty World Food Centre is among the best destinations of Hawker centre in Singapore, and it merits your consideration.

Is Beauty World Food Centre good?

To determine whether Beauty World Food Centre 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:

“Many new stalls at food court. Japanese crusine is delicious. Western stall run by Caucasian is good too. Char kuay teow delicious.”

“Fun Sushi is very good and affordable. Head here if you are craving decent and affordable Japanese food! Xiao long bao is not great but affordable. The beef noodle store is also really good”

“Variety of old school hawker foods and fusion hawkers that come at affordable prices. We tried Big Boys and although not exactly cheap, it was amazing Western food for its price. Unique flavored fries.”

“Such a hidden gem of a hawker centre. Has a good variety of local food. Also plenty of spaces for long convos over meal.”

“The Top 1 home made noodle is nice ! The dry pan mee is nice, accompanied with a side soup. The soup was great and tasty …”

“Top 1 noodle is good - best time to go is early lunch or early afternoon.”

“A good place for happy hour, provided it doesn't rain.”

“The beef hor fun is good. I particularly enjoy the brisket and tendons. Very tender.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 205 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.2 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 81% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Beauty World Food Centre, 144 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore

There is a total 205 reviews

4.2 / 5

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    Meilian Lee

    Love the Korea food and piazz here

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    Simon Y

    The food centre seems reinvigorated by its failed enbloc attempts and given a lease of life by the numerous new(and young) stalls entries while retaining most of its popular ones. It is now my no.1 go to place for Wanton Noodle, Chicken Wings, Tao Suan, Herbal Bak Kut Teh, Chinese Rice and adding. Stall names? Just go for the queue.

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    Desmond

    Good mix of stalls

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    Vincent Ong

    Many new stalls at food court.
    Japanese crusine is delicious.
    Western stall run by Caucasian is good too.
    Char kuay teow delicious.

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    Stanley Teo

    Famous for good food, but food quality dropping…

    *Good stuff*
    – Penang beef ball noodles
    – Char kway teow a bit hit and miss recently
    – Soya sauce chicken
    – Western food, the corner one next to chendol stall
    – Chendol
    – Greek/Mediterranean ok a bit yyppy
    – Tea and beer staff, what a mix, nice honey Earl gray milk tea
    – New satay stall with pork skewers ok bah

    *Beer* – 4? Stalls selling beer?
    – The craft beer was pricey and maybe too crafty for me.
    – Bavaria beer bottle cheap but no taste
    – erdinger pint oon tap still my favorite

    *Closed*
    – burger joint was pretty good

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    Juinn Ann Tao

    Floor was wet, tables not very clean, too many broken chairs

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    Kenny Hong

    some nice food can be found here on L4 hawker

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    Kin Hoe Chai

    No so many food can choose

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    王二猫

    Quite a few good stores with good food, gets a bit tricky when it rains, probably needs to get something done with the pigeons.

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    Bee Choo Cheng

    Try the fish soup, japanese salmon rice and rojah. The fish soup is not bad with the fried egg added. The fish is not crispy and tastless but still not bad after dipping the chilli soya sauce. The fish is fresh and soup is also not bad. The salmon japanese rice is nice and the salmon is cooked perfectly. Will come back next time to try other dish. The rojah is normal and lacked the “wow” taste.
    The hawker center is much cleaner than last time and not smokey like before. Many old school shops are still around.

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    BB Bravo

    Decent good fish soup rice, coffee.

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    Pinnacle Myanmar

    Decent variety of hawker food despite the relatively small size hawker centre. Among the local cha kway tiao, fish soup, wanton noodles, there are also pastry shops (one traditional and one modern), burgers, Thai tse-char, western grills and mutton soup.

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    lite gen

    Buta Kin is popular. Coffee stall serves great coffee.

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    Olivia L

    Xiao long bao from youpeng noodle dumpling house and fried prawn mee from JiaJiaShuShi just three stalls down are absolutely on point all the time. Not forgetting the freshly squeezed sugar cane juice from the shop tucked away in the corner one alley down (near to the cakes/kuay/bak zhang shop)

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    J Lim

    White Carrot Cake is quite decent, nice crispy skin and eggy
    Hokkien Mee and Fish Soup also not bad
    Satay Bee Hoon is one of the worse I ever tried

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    Steven Tai

    One of my fav makan place…. it brought back fond memories of my childhood times

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    CHONG Chee Seng 张智诚

    Cosy old foodcourt which is not very crowded because of its “hidden” location. Some are old stalls selling good food at low prices.

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    Simon Tan

    Good place for food. A little bit more expensive, but not as bad as other places. 2 japanese stalls, mutton soup stall, couple of westerns one of them looks very promising, dim sum, most of the other usuals.

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    Tyrone Ko

    Great mix of different variety of food

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    Goh Tang Peng Dustin

    Best place to hang out. Jialat, Getting more and more crowded especially on Sat and Sun morning, throng in from the bukit timah nature reserve nearby.

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    Henry Chua

    Love the corner stall Hong Kong Soya sauce chicken noodle. Get the drumstick as their chicken is the smaller type, hence less meat if you order normal. Pretty tasty but waiting is assured with numbers calling after you place order.

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    Muhd Hisham

    Bought sugar cane from Mic & Jas coffee stall for $2, probably high rental area. The strawberry longan is from their neighbouring stall to their left, LM Fruit & Juice which cost $3.20. The strawberry was of jelly structure, I was thinking of they put jam.

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    Tiong Leng “Yoyosan” Yeo

    Must try soya sauce chicken noodle and satay meehoon. Fantastic!

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    Nicholas Sua

    Lots of old school food, and it’s not too hard to find seats!

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    Wai Keat Chong

    Place feels retro, yet modern at the same time. It is a food center on the roof of a shopping mall. And it comes complete with a beer garden and finger food in the form of Korean chicken wings. Of course, the usual hawker food like char Keat teow and prawn mee are also available.

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    Jamie W

    Bomb diggity old school food centre! I adore this place and has no qualms with traveling an hour to enjoy a great meal and coffee at this place. My personal favourite is the Blanco Court Fish Soup store and coffee at Kopifellas.

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    God's Amazing Grace

    Economical rice is yummy
    Especially the sesame oil chicken wings!

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    Ben

    Old hawker with many selections of local Singapore food.

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    DHABA 1376

    Great place

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    Richard Tan

    My first visit recently. I must say I was pleasantly surprised by the variety and quality of food. We ate at the Pink Candy Korean food stall, drank milo from the Kopifella and bought home the mala and tomyam pasta. All good.

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    Kelvin Lim

    A very old shopping centre but it has the required shops and a good variety of food. Dont expect big brands as it is a neighbourhood type of mall. The plus point is that it is just beside beauty world mrt station and there are a number of buses to here.

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    Ju J

    Unesco Intangible List
    Singapore Hawker Culture
    Treasure our Food Culture Uniquely True Singaporean Food
    Beauty World Hawker lots of good food around TopOne Ban Mee CharKwayTiao MuttonSoup RoastChickenNoodle Beef Noodle XiaoLongBao Chendol Western food BlancoFish outlet

    Insta ju.rine

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    Gerald Lee

    Fun Sushi is very good and affordable. Head here if you are craving decent and affordable Japanese food! Xiao long bao is not great but affordable. The beef noodle store is also really good

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    Jenny Lim

    Love hawker food at this place.

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    Xavier Fok

    This is a gem worth a special trip. Food in this private establishment is cheaper than the subsidised public hawker next door. You would not expect to find such a gem in a run down building like this, as open air hawkers are usually on the first floor. Food establishments in a building are usually air conditioned , above average price and not as tasty

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    Nancy Leong

    Good at Beauty world shopping is cheap and nice

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    Cho Sin Ong

    Good meeting point to go Rafle Range Natural Park

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    PS

    Good variety of food available.

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    Vicki ANG

    Bigboys Grill is worth a try. Portion is good size, the taste is great. …

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    Harihara Subramaniam

    Nice place. Got a lot of massage places and also a value dollar. Can shop household items and also eat. Have a vegetarian place.

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    Jeffrey Wang

    This food court has quickly become my favorite go to spot whether it’s for beers or grub. Lately, it’s been packed by the younger crowd, so it’s Gen Z hangout now. Adds more energy to the place but makes it a lot tougher to get a seat.

    Some favorites are the hand made noodles, the Indian place, the Italian pizza joint, and the Hong Kong soy noodle place. And of course, Wiped Out, for great beers.

    You would need to come early, compared to other food courts as it closes rather early.

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    Patrick Chin

    Great varieties of reasonably priced food.

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    Caleb Liu

    It’s the food center with probably the best view on the rooftop of the mall overlooking a not so built up area. It’s an eclectic mix of stalls: usual favourites like Bak Kut Teh but also North Indian, Ramen and Craft Beer. Well worth a trip.

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    Angela Lim

    The Top 1 home made noodle is nice ! The dry pan mee is nice, accompanied with a side soup. The soup was great and tasty …

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    Gohht 13

    An open Hawker centre at the top floor of the mall, offering a wide choice of food. Only shortcoming is cleanliness, a lot of pigeons around.

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    Sean Frois (FrizzedUp)

    Variety of old school hawker foods and fusion hawkers that come at affordable prices. We tried Big Boys and although not exactly cheap, it was amazing Western food for its price. Unique flavored fries.

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    Rocky A

    Very old fashioned food center with great food choices. Loved the char kway teow

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    David Seow

    Old School and very Nice! Great price for a feast

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    Randolph Ong

    Delicious Rojak. I believed it was passed on from the old uncle to the next generation. Still taste as good!

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    Paul Lim

    A bit dated but has some good stalls in food court.

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    Sc Low

    Exotic food. Like the satay bee hoon, xiaolongbao, and coffee. Notice that quite a number of stalls are operated by younger generation.

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    Harry Hau

    Secret hideout, many nice food, don’t tell others. The best is ramen

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    Victor Tan

    Good variety & vfm food fare. …

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    SP K

    I like this place. Lots of different food that I can choose. The fried porridge is quite good. Can try.

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    Kong Stewart

    Fried Kway Teow and Soya sauce Chicken rice and much more are nice. Price reasonable

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    Yang

    Feng Ji Fried Kway Teow($4)
    Every single plate is cooked on order, no mass cooking at one go.
    By looking at how radiant it glows, it does seem promising but when eaten, its just another plate of normal Kway Teow. No awesome factor. Haiz.
    Yellow noodles with Kway Teow stir-fry with lap cheong, fishcake, egg, cockles and bean sprout covered in sweet savoury dark sauce giving its greasy glossy finish. The taste isn’t that strong either. Same goes to their chilli, makes me wonder did they put chilli in it and stir-fry.

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    Ng Hwei Hoon Cynthia

    A lot of good & flavourful old-school food stalls to chooe from. This is from Big Boys Western Sizzling Hotplate. Value for money ! …

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    Lily Cheah

    Very affordable. Not that many stalls open in the morning.. more towards afternoon

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    Geri Foong

    Frequent place for lunch. As my regular stall had a long queue and I’m very hungry I decided to eat something else. Saw the Beauty World wanton mee stall with a few people waiting I went to for it. My noodles came with 2 fried & 3 steamed wantons, veg and a generous portion of minced pork and mushrooms. The combination was very tasty. And it’s only cost $5.80 . Will definitely eat this again

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    Jingwen C

    delicious food but perhaps have more drinks stall?

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    Angelina Angle

    Crowded during lunch peak period. Never think much just faster go to the shorter queue and order Dumpling Noodle from Beauty World Wanton Noodle stall. Taste-wise good and portion is generous for $5 as there are 4 fried dumplings and 4 soup wanton. Add on $3 for 6 pieces of dumpling. hahaha! ate a lot right, this is my brunch.

    Pink Candy @ Roof Top Garden is right inside. Will try next visit. Korean cuisine and beer must try. There’s a stall, it’s queue nonstop, 一级棒好吃面粉粿 Top 1 Home Made Noodle.

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    Jun Wei

    Great ramen, xiaolongbaos, gyozas and char kway teow. Value for money too

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    Merica Dao

    Very airy place with quite a few options. The rooftop setting makes the Korean beer garden appealing to visitors at night time. There are at least 3 Korean restaurants here which is heaven for lovers of this cuisine. Not to mention there are heaps of local food choices. The xiao long baos are also very smooth and yummy. Will definitely come back.

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    dan wee

    Best to visit in the evenings when it’s cool. A good variety of food can be found there, from steaks to local dishes. Beer on tap seems to be popular there too.

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    Sunny Huang

    Good variety of food.
    Thumbs up Beef Noodles 04_43
    Penang Home Made Beef Ball

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    Tina Vo

    Some food stores serve nice food some aren’t and pretty expensive such as the xiaolongbao. Will comeback for the Thai food store & Kfood

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    ookii ookii

    Unique & Cozy food centre located at level 4! The fish soup taste so delicious to my liking! & the Xiao long Bao is yummy too!

    Didn’t know that the level 4 is so happening with lots of locals/Korean food! The exterior of the mall should be upgraded to look more appealing, level 1-3 should be upgraded too in order to cater more new cafes and retail shops. So that it will attract more people to this mall and boost the business.

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    Kwong Fei Yee

    This place has very nice food. Unfortunately it is always crowded and cannot find seats during lunch hours. The seatings in the middle lane is stuffy and some of the seats are exposed to the sun. So this is a review of the food center and not the quality of the food there.

    Please take note that it is located at the Beauty World Center and not the Beauty World Plaza. I have attached a photo of the Beauty World Center.

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    Kit Peng Ng

    ecalator-work in progress again?! :/
    but worth walking up the stairs for aunty’s ccf & yam-cake!! Comfort food to many.. :-*

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    Cheryl T

    It is impossible for wheelchair users to access the hawker stalls when there is no slopes, space is very narrow too.

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    Kenny Pang

    Quite good mix of food here even though the food centre is not very big. Notice afew new stalls also recently. The only downside is it gets quite hot on sunny days.

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    Steven

    The soya sauce chicken and wanton soup is very good.

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    Darren Koh

    For a place that was supposed to be closing, there was a good range of stalls still open for dinner. I had spinach soup with macaroni. Nothing to shout home about, but decent food.

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    Henry Xie

    Good food and massage place

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    Kungfu Papa

    I knew this place long ago by a close friend and visited here after our Bukit Timah Hill hiking. His favorite and now mine too, is this food stall named Wei Ji 伟记熟食. We often ordered their teow chew porridge, we liked their food tasted really awesome and same with very reasonable price. Our 2nd choice is the 香港玫瑰鸡 stall which always having long long queue, but if you like soy sauce chicken meat, this is the right stall.

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    Matthew Lee

    One of my favourite hawker centres where you get a hawker centre on the roof top with great views and great food. It’s been a while I visited here and glad majority of the good food stalls are still around and you still see the snaking queues. Also there were a few new stalls which popped up like the bak kut teh. A little disappointed that the Pink Candy wasn’t opened.
    Tried the bak kut teh, kopifellas, the xiao long bao, chendol, syiok pastries, and the you Ji noodles.
    Great food under one roof.

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    Seah Eu may

    There’s this stall that sells fried chicken wings ($1.40/pc) it’s always served hot and juicy!! We often ta-bao at least 10pcs from them whenever we visit.
    They also sells fried bee hoon & etc….
    But we especially liked their fried chicken wings!!
    And their chilli is not to be missed out too.

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    james bon

    A place with variety of good foods to savour.

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    H H (H)

    Lots of good food here. But a bit dirty. Worth a visit

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    Belle H

    We walk rail corridor in the morning and exit Beauty World Center for breakfast. We also observe there are plenty of people hiking and walking and ended here with breakfast.

    This is my 1st time here, we were there around 9:30am, still have lot of store haven’t open. But surely typical kopi store with toast (butter and kaya) and half boil eggs can be found there.

    We ordered from CG cafe.
    Kopi-O is thick.
    Kopi-C is smooth and a bit cheaper than others store (according to my friend)

    Eng Kee – I tried the famous fried mee hoon with chicken wings, long bean is delicious.

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    Leow Peng Kui

    The Food Court on level 4 has several very popular stalls. Normally very crowded at lunchtime. Parking can be a problem. Luckily there’s a Downtown Line Station. Also several popular restaurants in the complex. Worth a visit if you have not been there.

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    KH Sim

    Childhood memories, this gem has a collection of authentic hawker food to crave for. Highly recommended.

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    Tp Lau

    Should try the beef noodle/rice stall at 4th floor; cheap n good.

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    irws

    Kaya toast set @breaky breaky cafe. The toast is really average while the half boiled eggs were a tad overcooked. They offer a wide range of drinks that cant usually be found at typical coffeeshops which was definitely a pleasant surprise. For the price and quality, I think it is a simple and good fix.

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    Edwin Sim

    Good that there’s no upgrading for the food court, exactly like in the 60s. Great sunset view and good selection of draught beers and Guinness from the Rooftop at the food court.

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    J Shen

    The management of the place needs to do something abt the pigeon/sparrows/mynahs. The cleaners were doing their best to clear up, diners did clear their trays, but these birds were incredibly unceasing in their search for food on and around tables. They perched on the pipes and the area was blasted by their droppings.
    Many of the written-about stalls were closed (albeit was there at abt 3pm Sat) and those that were opened were underwhelming.

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    ST Lim San Teng

    Guess this is the only roof-top hawker centre in Singapore. If you have not been here, try it to have a subtlety hawker food. Cut fruit and juice are also available, beside coffee and tea. Also available are Japanese Cuisine, Loren Cuisine and traditional braised chicken ricenoodles. Next to it there is also a Bakery called “Oishi”, choices of buns and cakes are sold here.

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    reinhard tan

    Dope la, food of many varities. Your typical hawker but has stuff other places might not have. Ramen, dim sum, mookata. Plenty of food options for a decent price.

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    Sunny Khoo (theFalcon)

    Many good food store here, I think this is one of a few open air Hawker centre that is on top of a shopping mall.

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    chua teck seng

    Arguably one of the better chicken noodles / rice. Also known for herbal mutton soup. Worth trying.

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    Josiah Kee

    Good area

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    Travola SG

    Good old school hawker Centre at level 4 of the mall.

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    austin quah

    Beauty World Food Centre is a quaint hawker centre. Only people living near will visit it. It is unusual as it is an hawker centre situated on top of a shopping mall. Despite its dilapidated look, don’t judge a book by its cover! Beauty world food centre have quite incredible amount of food choices whilst having really good food. From ramen to noodles, from bak ku teh to burgers, the food really don’t disappoint. Most food choices here will really set you up for a good meal and not burn a hole in your pocket. I highly recommend the ramen here, it’s only 7.50 for 3 large pork belly slices and you can get a noodle upgrade for free. The ramen is better than many chain ramen put there! The xiaolongbao are 8 dollars for 10 pieces and it is very good.

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    Ant Tan (Ant)

    Located at level 4 of beauty world centre. Hawker style/theme and plenty of eateries like char kway teow, fishball mee, local traditional kuehs and the coffee! Some korean and japanese eateries as well with outdoor facing ciew options.

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    Rebecca C

    Lots of local food at the top floor.
    Ba kut teh
    Pink candy Korean food
    Xiao long bao
    Ramen
    Thai food
    Char kway teow
    And many others!

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    Lim SW

    Order the Japanese food here nice n good price worth visiting the food centre.

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    Cheryl Lin

    Quite alot of varieties to choose but carpark seems old n a little crampy

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    Gregory Athanasius

    Beauty World Food Centre is one of the unusual privately-owned opened-air hawker centres located on the 4th level of this building. However, it is sometimes overshadowed by Bukit Timah Food Centre nearby.

    I noted that there is a good mix of some stalls which has been through the decades; alongside a couple of new finds such as BIG BOYS Sizzling Hotplate (selling Cornflake Chicken and Mentaiko Fries), Burger House, Ye Tang Chendol and Kopifellas.

    Overall, a nostalgia building with an affordable meal to dine and enjoy.

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    Alan Tay

    Still de good old Beauty world .. jus tat de mall becoming .. more quiet ..

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    candice c

    Food here is a little overhyped. Crowded with many walkers who come from the nearby Bukit Timah Hill. A good pitstop if younare walking nearby.

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    Ian Wui

    Lots of good food to offer. Best to visit during daytime!

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    James Pee

    Decent fried kway teow with a whiff of wok hei. Note that this stall has a perpetual (invisible) queue; had to wait 25 minutes at 3pm on a weekday.

    Safe choice to choose the Mentai Salmon / Chicken from the 1st stall (upon turning right from the escalator / elevator).

    Have yet to try the homemade noodles stall – the stall just next to the Japanese Mentai stall. This homemade noodles stall has a faithful following and there is usually a never-ending queue of 5-7 pax.

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    Marcus Goh

    Old food center with quite a number of good food stalls at reasonable price. Place is clean and tidy. Center seen better times and still soldiering on. Non air conditioning facilities with public restrooms available.

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    Dennis Lam

    Too warm, crowded and hard to find a table during weekends

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    Soo Yan Lin

    The pan mee soup is superb

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    Ivan Oh

    Lots of yummy local delights and cheap Japanese fare! It is also convenient that all, if not most, stalls accept digital payments. However the tables and chairs are in need of lots of care!

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    Margaret Ang

    good selection of international food.. seems to loose the original hawker vibes.

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    Sarah

    Satay bee Hoon and soy sauce chicken noodles were very tasty. Nice view from the top.

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    Richard Tan

    Nice view – hawker centre on the rooftop.
    Many stalls here so quite exciting to visit this place and the MRT station is just a few steps away.
    Unfortunately, food prices here are on the high side and food isn’t particularly fantastic. Guess you are paying for this view and convenience.

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    Ernie Lee

    A hidden gem of a soon-to-be-demolished hawker centre on the rooftop. Good food and good vibes

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    hui qi choo

    Have ordered the Germany pork knuckle from Char. B stall during dinner time from the hawker! Price is reasonable and the taste is good & authentic ! will come and order again when crave for pork knuckle …

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    Angelina Angle

    Crowded during lunch peak period. Never think much just faster go to the shorter queue and order Dumpling Noodle from Beauty World Wanton Noodle stall. Taste-wise good and portion is generous for $5 as there are 4 fried dumplings and 4 soup wanton. Add on $3 for 6 pieces of dumpling. hahaha! ate a lot right, this is my brunch.

    Pink Candy @ Roof Top Garden is right inside. Will try next visit. Korean cuisine and beer must try. There’s a stall, it’s queue nonstop, 一级棒好吃面粉粿 Top 1 Home Made Noodle.

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    Paul Lawrence

    Lots of variety and great food marred but one or two stalks that choke the air and make it unpleasant for everyone. Needs to be controlled

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    Douglas Teo

    Normally go to the roof kopitiam, food is good, but the price varies, for example, the western food have options from $8 to $15, and dimsum that cost $9 for 10 pieces(like xlb, gyouza) which i would say is a little expensive, but it does taste good tho

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    Adrian Lim

    The rose soy sauce chicken is very tender and tasty. There are many nice food, satay bee hoon is nice as well.

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    Jen Tan

    This is a very old hawker centre and is above the mall. I’m having meals the first time here, tried the Blanco court fish soup and is great. Soup is yummy. Ordered the fried fish soup.
    I guess the satay beehoon will be the next thing to try for next visit.

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    Didik Prasetyo

    First time to visit this food center located on the top floor.. very crowded durong lunch time in Sunday.. tried the Klang Bakut Teh.. taste was good.. the durian cendol was also nice.. the place’s cleanliness can be improved..

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    LaMisT Neo

    One of the cleaner hawker centers. Came down on a Friday evening after work, the crowd was ok with queues in a few stalls. Easy to find a table.

    Certain parts of the hawker will leave you smelling like food. Recommend to find tables that are nearer to the open spaces.

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    Doris Wong

    Beginning to be a heritage landmark, you may find things that you cannot find elsewhere which is sometimes hard to describe. Across the road, one can find traditional food, Chinese, Malay, Indian, Korean, Hongkong, you name it.

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    Ivan Chew

    Awesome soup dishes- Blanco court double fish soup with milk and Klang Bak Kut Teh! Has a beer garden too (literally) with 3 stalls selling fermented malt, Nice sunset view. Retro and rustic feel here at this hawker centre.

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    Chia Jesper

    My go to when I’m here!

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    David Yong

    The beef hor fun is good. I particularly enjoy the brisket and tendons. Very tender.

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    Lisa Neo

    An old school mall on its modernisation journey. Lots of education centers and massage parlors, and supermarket, clinics, fdw employment agencies, beauty salons, retail..and of course more eateries now. This is definitely a family place, everything for kids, dad and mum to do, under 1 roof. The food here (level 4) is a big draw for foodies.

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    Richard Selwyn

    Lots of great stalls and good for drinks as well!

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    Mohd Nazzer Hamzah

    Unfortunately, there’s no halal store

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    Xavier Goh

    How could a food lover like me missed out such a place?! Up above the aircon places us this wonderful ipen-air food court that delivers great food! First up will be the deserts. I think you’ll be able to find interesting snacks. Come get one if the four git desserts which maybe traditional but not too sweet but just enough to fill a not so hungry stomach. Bring back some cool pastries or bread or kueh next door and I’ll vet you’ll come back for more. Look out for the other kueh store nearby. You won’t be disappointed. Explore and be surprised!

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    Chin Joo Chng

    The few remaining stall make up for the many closed ones

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    louis chow

    Mutton soup is very good, and the chendol

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    Malcolm Tan

    My client brought me to try the taupok. It’s delicious, we have the prawn paste without sugar but lots of peanut and paste for the extra paste to top up onto the taupok. The taste was phenomenom. Plus, we added extra cuttlefish slice to go with prawn paste.

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    Olevia Cheong

    Great place to have a meal after the hike in Bukit Timah . Lots of good food, and a number of them are all highly recommended. Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle Rice, Jin Li Satay Bee Hoon, Feng Ji Fried Kway Teow and many more. . It is located on the 4th floor of the Beauty World Centre. When you leave Bukit Timah Nature Reserve from Hindhede, “Turn Left, and follow the pavement until you reach the second overhead bridge which leads you directly to the 4th floor of the Beauty World Centre. Turn Left and you will see the Beauty World Food Centre. Have fun for your hike , and enjoy the great food here.

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    CWWSIM

    Liked the following stalls:
    Blanco fish soup with milk – fresh and delicious but could do with a little more fish.
    Top 1 ban mian – super love their sambal chilli.
    Roti boy – their pastries are filled to the brim with ingredients! Curry potato, mashed potato are yummy, didn’t like the char siew though, too much colouring used. Egg tart is pretty good too.
    Yet to try the Klang bakuteh but saw a queue, will be back to try!

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    Flo Yeow

    Really old legacy food centre hidden at the rooftop of Beauty World Centre. The stalls have since changed pretty drastically, but what they have now is very comfortable and cozy. Parents would send their kids to tuition classes, and have a meal before leaving. The good food items are mostly the ones with queues. The xiao long bao is great, the Korean fried chicken is cheap, and the fish soup is clean. Very handicapped friendly, as they have lifts and ramps throughout the place.

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    Nelson Gan

    Nice hawker center with open space beer garden. Notable eats include authentic Korean food, bbq grill, middle eastern, klang bkt.

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    Ivan Oh

    Lots of yummy local delights and cheap Japanese fare! It is also convenient that all, if not most, stalls accept digital payments. However the tables and chairs are in need of lots of care!

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    Maycia Hong

    Enjoyed Hapiha’s Mediterranean chicken wrap and white truffle pizza. Excellent!

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    khengswee chua

    I like the wonton noodle store.

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    Paul Welsh

    This mall has lots of character, not all excellent. Roof food court has some gems, but overall tight and smokey

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    GJ F

    It’s nice to have a food centre that is not full of chain stalls. Most shops here are legitimately small businesses and offer something that cannot be found exactly the same somewhere else. Most of it tastes good too.

    But all the positives are held back by the lack of cleanliness. Dirty dishes line the walkways. A foul smell lingers in the air. And there’s enough oil on the ground and tables for a day’s worth of deep frying.

    Singapore often renovates places too quickly and seemingly for the sake of doing so. But this is one place that truly deserves a renovation, or at least a deep cleaning.

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    Ben Chor

    A old food centre with some good food. Char kuaytiao is famous.

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    PL Yap

    First time visited this hawker centre at the roof top of Beauty World Plaza. There are pretty go stalls there. Tried the Penang Home Made Beef Noodle stall. The beef is really tender. I think they must have spent many however braising the beef. The bak kut teh stall is also very good. However the process at the drink stall need to be improved. Takes too long for such a short queue

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    Winston

    Overall, some good food stalls around, but can feel abit stuffy at this area even when its supposedly at a rooftop. (Tried Big Boys Western – So-so. Ramen at Buta-Kin is also average at best but value for money)

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    S Q

    Good to see many new hawkers mixing with the old, updated tastes with old school favourites.

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    William Ho

    A lot of nice food but difficult to find place to seat

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    Carolyn Street-Johns

    I really love it up there . Update is that old favourites are now a letdown. The place is a gem and unique in a charming old-worldy way.

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    Joel Lim

    Interesting take on ramen.

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    Clement Lam

    Have quite a variety of local food here. Not very crowded.

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    Janson Chew

    New hotplate stall right at the Corner.
    Beside Xiao long bao
    Big boys Sizzling hot plate
    Must try their feiry pepper sauce
    Have lamb , chicken , fish , mix Grill

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    Jonathan Yeoh

    Very old place, with many traditional stalls. Food is cheap and good but seating is limited during peak hours. Many stalls close at night.

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    Peter Chua

    $8 for 10 小笼包。The texture is not thick else you be tasting more flour instead. Tasty and good service.

    Great customer service. She will advise you waiting time.
    They prepare plate by plate and therfore taste. Good portion of cockles and taiwan sausages. $4 per plate.

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    Wei Xiang

    Should try the fried kway teow, dried handmade noodles and cereal fried chicken

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    Ian

    A good place for happy hour, provided it doesn’t rain.

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    PAKLeow

    Lots of good food. Cheapest whole fish ($3) for Teochew porridge

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    Spring Ng

    Not been there for more than 10 years. Quite a old mail…if u want to experience old time shopping mail can come…top level has hawker food. Some is quite expensive for non aircon environment e.g.mutton soup cost $8 per bowl, other places selling $5

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    Waikong Chia

    Air is a bit stuffy inside. Best is to sit at the open area. Many food varieties!

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    Cheng Guan Lim

    Old food centre at level 4, hong wen mutton soup is great , open at 11am. There is a bridge connect to Rifle Range Nature Park open on 19/11/2022.

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    Regina Vanda

    Such a hidden gem of a hawker centre. Has a good variety of local food. Also plenty of spaces for long convos over meal.

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    Mr. Joshua

    Quite nice! Shout out to BigBoy and Chendol next to eachother and just fantastic! You can be treated like a king at a fair price!
    Also is you like Greek/Lebanese food stop in at Hapiha! Yummm!

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    Josephine Chong

    A little piece of quirky Singapore on the 4th floor. Traditional local food cheek by jowl with innovative updates and a large Korean cafeteria, with a rooftop beer garden smack next to the food centre. Mystery of the many Caucasians seen at the food centre solved

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    Alex Mak

    My all time favorite is the Burger House, Ban Mien, beef fried rice n Fat boy Western food… Value for money n not ordinary hawker standard.

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    LaMisT Neo

    One of the cleaner hawker centers. Came down on a Friday evening after work, the crowd was ok with queues in a few stalls. Easy to find a table.

    Certain parts of the hawker will leave you smelling like food. Recommend to find tables that are nearer to the open spaces.

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    Lucy Wong

    We came here for our dinner n surprisingly almost all the stores are still open n we’ve found an authentic Korean store that sell all the Korean dishes that we like n their prices are very reasonable. We’ll be coming back soon to try out more Korean food here …

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    Billy the Goat

    Quite some variety. But sometimes over crowded.
    The food here is reasonably priced.

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    Sing Lim

    First time here, after reading some good reviews online about some of the hawker foods. We tried number of stalls here, first is the Top 1 Home Make Noodle. This stall always has a long queue, minimum 20-30 minutes wait. I had the big prawn noodles soup, and I have to say it’s good. The noodles and soup tasted like what I had when I was young and we do this at home. We ordered some Eng Kee Chicken wings, the chicken wings are good. But I think the one at Commonwealth is still better, which is the original shop. We also ordered Feng Ji Shu Shi Char Kway Teow, at $5 a small plate it’s rather pricey, though the kway teow is not bad, the uncle cooking the food was rather serious about cooking it. It took him long time just to fried a plate. And it’s done one at a time. I think I will come back to try some other stalls that are recommended by online reviews.

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    A 3

    Long time staple mall in Bukit Timah that has 5 levels of shops (including the basement.
    Fairly wide range of businesses.
    Main food court is at the top Level 4, though other food stalls are scattered throughout all levels.

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    Choon Huat Tan

    Big Foodcourt with some of the famous one can be found here, only very long Q on a Monday

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    sylvia ong

    food is alright, if you are one who is afraid of hot environment then it is not a place to enjoy the food … hawker is hot and stuffy not enough ventilation .. especially during lunch crowd

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    Liana Peck

    Love the mutton soup, XLB and the newly opened burger joint.

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    windcsz

    Char kway teow to me is must eat when here. Korea stalls here have interesting menu. Its a place where trying every stall here is on my checklist.

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    Frank Lim

    Pinky bar so friendly staff and good food.

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    Jeans Neo

    Old, but gold. Awesome taste at some stalls at this top floor foor centre. Recommend to me by me & my friends too.

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    Bear Chua

    Old school vibe with the run down building but it does bring back memories.

    The hawker is quiet than usual but really enjoyed having a meal there

    Hard to come by feeling

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    Kim Song Tan

    B1 handicaped toilet poor maintenance , can not flush water , further more no provide washing spout at all . hope can improve immediately.tq

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    LiLing G

    Love the wide variety of food here! Highly recommend the XLB and Blanco Court fish soup, also Top One Lamian and the CKT right behind. …

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    chin wey ngee

    Drop by after railway green corridor walk. Many variety here. Located @ 4th lvl.

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    S T

    Many local choice. Some helm by old gen hawker who perfected their arts for decades.

    Example such as the soya sauce chicken, fried oysters, beef ball noodle and hand made noodles are to name a few

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    Andy Lee

    It is a very old and legacy place situated at the roof of Beauty world shopping center. The food is very cheap and relatively hygienic. We had the Hambaobao. The burger is flavourful and much cheaper than what you would get elsewhere. They ran out if you go too late. The Xiao Long Bao is also juicy and fresh.

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    Edwin Wong

    Try the wanton noodles

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    Y S

    Old gem on the rooftop of an old shopping center.

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    Fam M Y

    Want to give review to the traditional morning breakfast noodle stall again. Returned recently after the bad experience of getting an ultra pathetic small serving, cos missed the taste of old school breakfast at the old school location. Happy to see the generous portion being served as per when it just opened the taste is still as good and the chilli is a must add to bring out the flavour happy

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    LexTeo8888

    Better place than the nearby But Timah Food Centre in terms of quality of food…however still not a comfortable place to linger too long given the crowdedness and lack of ventilation.

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    Andrew Ong

    The Food Court serves many good, delicious & affordable local fares. Even the local coffee is fragrance & cheaper than most hawker centres in Singapore.

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    Fayth Ang

    Nice food. Good shopping. Got cheap hair cut too.

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    Farrand Hey

    Many great food stalls
    But not always open. Xiao long bao. Beef noodles, mee hoon kuay, just to name a few

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    Stephenie Ng

    Good food but are all the dessert stalls closed on tuesday?

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    Annie Koh

    New stall selling Pizza n kebabs

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    Qixuan Chen

    Decent hawker centre
    Less crowd
    Traditional food
    The hawker to table ratio is abit low though
    Usually close at 2pm

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    thi ai suu bui

    I tried Tam’s up signature noodles today. The sauce is nice as the chilli sauce is prepared by the chef. The prawn wanton is good too. If you are trying this, ask for more chilli sauce. This ia a good take of the huu tieu in Vietnam.

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    jenny ong

    Must try the newly open Zheng Xing Desserts store that sells only 4 types of hot dessert. its v nice and delicious. often ta pao Bubur Terigu and Tau Suan to office for later.

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    Desmond Kok

    Great foods and unique set up at roof top of mall.

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    e p

    A few good stalls but needs a facelift.

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    Parry Chong

    Long queue means good food. HK marinated chicken. Chicken is tender but the chilli burns. Sausage lip.

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    Frederick Schude

    Good food choices, but the seating is extremely limited and the place itself is dated and dirty.

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    bryan teo

    If you are looking for affordable and good, hearty food. This is the place to be. It offers traditional dishes like char kuay teow & fish soup and also modern ones like burgers and Japanese dons.

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    Mahendran Arul

    Good place to eat.. Good food at reasonable prices

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    Bodj V

    Top 1 noodle is good – best time to go is early lunch or early afternoon.

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    Melvin Sim

    This is one of the only very few (or even the only one) private hawker centres.

    There is a variety of hawker stalls there, including some hipster coffee and drinks stalls which allows one to have an affordable hawker meal with a more atas drink.

    Many stalls were closed at lunch time though, cutting down on variety available. Perhaps they cater more to the dinner crowd.

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    Jess White

    Cheap and good food.
    Bonus that many stalls accept digital payment now because sometimes I happen to passby but don’t have cash on me

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    Lian Hong Er

    Many old timer food, raining day hideout

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    Joanna O

    An intriguing place with a very nice view. Apparently it is a private hawker center, making it somewhat unusual in Singapore. We visited in the morning, when fewer stalls were open, but got some really nice food and coffee. Recommended.

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    Tng Darrel

    Good food here like xiao long bao, but it is very stuffy there

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    Ray Lim

    Lots of nice food.. Long queues and lack of seats on weekend mornings..

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    Andrew Tan

    Went to the Japanese restaurant on 4th floor. The omigazi meal was well worth paying for. Enjoyed the meal. Highly recommended.

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    Caleb Remy Ma (Fat)

    Lots of good food at level 5.

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    Catherine Teo Lay Choo

    A simple breakfast for me after a morning walk at Riffle Range Park on the 1st day of 2023. Great walk and yummy comfort food (fried beehoon mee, chicken wing and tasty green beans with shrimps). Not forgetting my kopi c too.

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    Tan Yeh Hong Joseph

    Old school food centre on top of a mall. You can find some of the best hawker fare here at a very reasonable price. Parking is a chore though.

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