Review Commonwealth Crescent Market And Food Centre, 31 Commonwealth Cres, Singapore

Review Commonwealth Crescent Market and Food Centre - Singapore 31 Commonwealth Cres

“Asip Cold Press Fruit & Vegetable Juice at #02-85. You must try the very fresh and non-frothy, pure goodness of healthy juice here!” or “Carrot cake , desert shop ( side by side ) is a must not miss…If got space ..you can also try chicken rice ! All the best” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Commonwealth Crescent Market And Food Centre. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Commonwealth Crescent Market And Food Centre is quality.

Introduction about Commonwealth Crescent Market And Food Centre

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Background Info

  • Phone: 62255632 (+65 62255632)
  • Website: https://www.nea.gov.sg/our-services/hawker-management/overview
  • Address: 31 Commonwealth Cres, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday: Closed.

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 11 AM to 5 PM.

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Phone number

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Address

You can directly come to 31 Commonwealth Cres, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Commonwealth Crescent Market And Food Centre reviews

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Is Commonwealth Crescent Market And Food Centre good?

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“Asip Cold Press Fruit & Vegetable Juice at #02-85. You must try the very fresh and non-frothy, pure goodness of healthy juice here!”

“Discreet hawker center with hidden delicacies. I got dumplings from Man Tiang Ciang. Spicy wanton noodle was very nice. Chilli was not too spicy and I love it.”

“The porridge stall in the middle is my favourite of the “popular” porridge stall in singapore. Mixed pork porridge is $4 without egg. The pork balls are the best.”

“Great hawker centre with well cooked traditional favourites like wanton noodles, fried carrot cake, porridge, chicken rice, braised duck etc. Illustrated below are some recommended stalls.”

“Carrot cake , desert shop ( side by side ) is a must not miss...If got space ..you can also try chicken rice ! All the best”

“Nice and clean hawker center, with a food range of tasty food. My 1st try on fish head porridge is heavenly, although i am not a fan of fish head. Fresh fish and not too mushy porridge.”

“The porridge and braised duck are just 2 of the any yummy foods you can find here!”

“The food was great. Hammee's (affordable artisanal burger), congee and bak Chor mee was really good. Weather was a little warm and poor ventilation.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 208 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.2 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 83% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Commonwealth Crescent Market And Food Centre, 31 Commonwealth Cres, Singapore

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    Fay Ng

    A great place to chill in weekend afternoon!

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    BornFree

    Quiet hawker centre, clean and airy. Not crowded . Good selection of hawker fare.

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    K C LIM

    You can find many good foods on the 2nd floor hawker centre. The springy noodles were tossed in savory and spicy sauce and served with homemade succulent pork and shrimp wontons, slices of Chinese BBQ Pork and veggie. I forgot to tell the hawker not to add the black soy sauce which I tasted too salty. The fried carrot cakes were delicious and the green bean dessert was cheap and good! Unforgettable local breakfast.

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    Don Lim

    Nice and clean hawker center, with a food range of tasty food. My 1st try on fish head porridge is heavenly, although i am not a fan of fish head. Fresh fish and not too mushy porridge.

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    Terry Soomc

    There is a local ramen stall serving up good tasty meals. There also serve dumplings.

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    Pearlynn Tan

    Food choices many. Location quite accessible, beta via car. Prices okay. Crowded

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    choon kiat Low

    Some good food can be found here. Unfortunately, not many stalls were open during the visit at lunch time.

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    DXG

    On level two, you would see many stores selling delicious food. One particular store, #69, Serves one of the best black and white fried carrot cake at a reasonable price. The dish goes along well with the dessert store, #70, which can be experiential.

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    Imran H

    Had this from Salai by meatdrop. Had a grilled wagyu with charcoal rice n hickory bbq sauce, lamb ribs 300gm with fries n white salai sauce. recommended. …

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    Ringo Tan

    Quiet place after lunch hours, not much food stores doing business

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    Wei Ping Goh

    I must give this place a 5-star. First of all, we LOVE LOVE LOVE the wet market on the ground floor. The aunties and uncles are all VERY VERY friendly. Granted the place is not big like Tiong Bahru market, but the fresh produce here are enough for our daily simple cooking.

    Then there is food court on the first floor with quite a few options of decently good food. Chicken rice (go early), duck rice (also go early), porridge, wanton noodle, spring onion ramen are some of our favourites. Hammee’s is good, but their operation time is quite inconsistent due to beef supply issue and we usually have to order a few hours in advance and still wait around 30 minutes when we went back to collect our order.

    All in all, this is a great place to get your groceries errand and breakfast/brunch done all in one place.

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    Calvin Tan

    Nice wet market on ground level and hawker center on second level. It has some popular stores like the chicken rice store, traditional dessert store, gyoza store and a few western stalls like the burger store and 2 grill stores. Note that most of the stores don’t open past 6pm so definitely not a place for dinner.

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    GX Lian

    There is a dessert store here that only sells 4 hot desserts, so far 1 of the best I’ve eaten

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    J C

    Good BCM, if you like it with a stronger vinegar taste. The stall is run by next gen hawkers, do support if around the area! The food centre is smaller than usual, with only sleceted stalls opened on a weekday afternoon.

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    David Chang

    Good food variety. Has 1 of the best chicken rice stall with superb chilly – maybe just below Mandarin hotel. If timing good, fried chicken still crispy. Prices start $3.

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    Gerald Lee

    Delicious and affordable food here. Try the wanton noodles at the corner and traditional dessert sold by an old lady. It can get crowded during lunch hours, so come early.

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    Hizan Mohd

    Good food, awesome service & small price

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    Shay Seng

    Really good char kueh!

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    Wei Yeo

    Nice Red Bean Soup

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    Jacqueline Tang

    Must eats: located at the last aisle-carrot cake which is ALWAYS sold out by 1230pm, dessert (omo aunty only 5 type of dessert) hotspot western food (thick meat cuts-better than many restaurant standard; cooked individually with different sauces, fat fence fries), wan tan noodles (noodle texture is firm with a dash of sesame oil and lard) also the Laksa opposite Henry chicken rice.
    Teh tarik from the Chinese aunty managing a Muslim shop (in the centre) but beware of her mood swings.

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    Eric Tay

    A little disappointed. As an old hawker centre. One would expect experience and seasoned hawker food. But most of the stall are not up to par. As if they just started being a hawker a month ago.

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    WaterBox Projects

    Most stalls are open till late noon and closed for the night

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    Rei Kona

    Discreet hawker center with hidden delicacies. I got dumplings from Man Tiang Ciang. Spicy wanton noodle was very nice. Chilli was not too spicy and I love it.

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    Dean Seow

    Commomwealth Crescent is a prime and valuable estate which can bring billions of dollars to HDB when the residents’ leases expire in 40 odd years later.

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    Hob

    Good variety of food. Friendly hawkers. Economical. And the cleanest pubic toilets ever!
    EDIT 3/2017- Still pretty clean after frequent daily use!! Rated RAS 4 by the Restroom Association Singapore. NOTE: ground floor toilets only open 0700 – 1700. Use the ones upstairs at other times.

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    Yu Ong

    A regular food court with a relatively small selection of food, what is worse is that the different stalls open at different hours of the day. But I guess they serve a small community and there are larger restaurants below. I patronise Henry’s chicken rice often because it is pretty delicious.

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    Mike Mazur

    The chwee kueh here is great! The chili is spicy but a must. Make sure you have a drink handy, just in case!

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    Ben Tan

    Few stalls are open at night. Our family favourite zi char stall Fai Kee on level 2 is one of the few that are still open at night

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    Bert Chai

    Henry Chicken Rice top pick. Nice roasted chicken with very good chilli sauce. One of the best roasted chicken rice stall in town. Comes with very fragrant rice. Very affordable prices.

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    AJ Rhythm

    Plenty of food store and convenient stores here..

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    Peter Lin

    Braised Duck, Glizzard and Braised Pork. Whenever I pass by a legit looking braised duck, the Teochew Ah Hia in me springs out and plans my visit to “taste” this braised duck. This stall happens to prove incredibly hard to do so but after my fourth visit here, lo and behold, I got the last serving. The braised duck carries a nostalgia home (古早)taste

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    Tan Fiona

    Love the cosy neighborhood and the delicious Hong Kee Porridge

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    Lingzhi Li

    Love the chinese black carrot cake! Just ignore the calories for once!

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    Tan jack san

    The porridge and braised duck are just 2 of the any yummy foods you can find here!

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    kehlye teoh

    Many of my comfort food choices are there, chai tow kueh, wanton noodle, red and green bean dessert stall etc.

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    Helen Lee

    They have added new stalls since I last visited in late 2019.
    New stalls are huey chiap, shanghai dumplings, braised duck, Yong Tau Foo.
    The place is clean and since it was a Sunday that I just went, it was very crowed. I had the ever popular Hong Kee porridge

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    Nurul Norman

    Salai Meatdrop is a hidden jewel within the Commonwealth Food Centre. It has really good steak at prices u can’t believe.

    Meat is tender and melts in your mouth. There are 4 sauces which u can choose from. Service is also gd. The chef dropped by our table and asked if everything is good. He even topped up our sauces.

    The $50 set meal is a must-try.

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    Poon LP

    Braised duck is very good. Hot dessert is good. Fried carrot cake …

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    Angeline Tan

    Best fried carrot cake store here. Never tasted a carrot cake with as much wok hey and flavour as this store’s. Love how there’s a good proportion of egg added too. Love the slight chew in the carrot cake. …

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    KC Cheang

    What a joy to find a traditional Cantonese porridge here! Well known stall. Opted for mixed pork porridge. Pairing it with freshly made yiu tiao ( bought from the stall nearby)was certainly a smart choice. Yum!

    Tried the pork porridge with century egg option today and it was great!

    Fried carrot cake was quite good too

    Wanton mee at 好好 was unlike before, missed the oomp

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    henry king

    My Most favourite green bean soup and cheapest in Singapore at $1.10.

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    William Ong

    Old food court n wet market….

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    WilsonW

    Great place for a quick meal. Never imagine to be able to find $1 canned drinks too at the food market. Not a big place, but good & clean. Very affordable pricing too.

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    Park

    Decent food options, clean environment, ample parking

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    Tay Sunny

    Personal favorites, wanton noodle, fish congee and carrot cake are nice. Heard the chicken rice is nice too.

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    Daniel Chiam

    Many favourites (yummy local delicacies) can be found here, chicken rice, wanton noodles and even a burger joint. Clean and airy ambience too!

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    Brian Allwood

    Great old style neighborhood shopping and Food place, best fishball noodles and Bee Hoon chicken wings at Blk 117, fish aquarium, hardware, mini markets, and more

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    Kent Goi

    The 3 dishes I included in the photo are all taste good. Get a you zah gui from bak cho mee stall to eat with the porridge is just superb. Wanted to try the radish cake but the queue was too long. Hygiene wise, you’ll have to clean the table when you get seated. That’s the reason why it has one star lesser.

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    SS

    Only reason I’ll come back is the dessert stall (5 star) Cheap n good. Most of d stall holders were not in a good mood when I was there.

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    212809

    Commonwealth is one of Singapore’s oldest public housing estate that was build in the 60’s. Obviously, the market isn’t the original design and now features 2 floors. But the blocks surrounding it are still the same ones that was there 5 decades ago. The area also has a rich history behind it. A trip down memory lane for sure.

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    Ong Jun Hao

    Should have more ATMs like OCBC and UOB set up there for customers to withdraw cash conveniently. Should have more charging outlets for customers to charge their smartphones at the tables while having their meals. Also, have more napkins at the tables for customers to share and use. Food is fairly priced and palatable.

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    Michael Loh

    Authentic local cooked food at affordable prices. Place is clean & cooling. Dessert stall must try!

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    Angeline Shan

    The wanton noodles is simply delicious! When you come up from the escalator, take two steps, turn right and the store is at the end. This young couple are friendly and their food taste yummy and make sure you order the fried wanton!!!

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    Aaron Dass

    Just driving into this estate, I felt like I was in the DeLorean going back in time. Old HDB blocks and winding carparks. Unlike some older estates this had a pleasant charm. No grumpy old folks, very clean estate, not crowded, almost feels like ppl have forgotten this part of Singapore even exists. As I got off the van onto the old tarmac I saw the uneven cemented steps that immediately brought me back to my childhood days, almost felt like I was holding my grandmother’s hand and walking.
    After a short walk around this very tiny central. I made my way to the food center. As usual was greeted by the loud voice of all the uncles and aunties drinking coffee talking politics. Not a big food center but some stall are definitely old skool.
    There is a dessert shops operated by the same owner past 30 years. Still the same recipe and thankfully she has been stubborn to progress thus making her the only place to taste nostalgia. Some new stall have slowly started invading this place too it’s not a bad thing thou. Having both the options giving the mellinials a chance to dine but I guess if u wanna try told old skool stuff it’s better now or it gonna be never. Great place to bring ya kids to show a lovely time capsule.
    Alright TGIF ppl..

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    Kon Yew Tan

    Delicious local hawker food with a modern spin for most stalls. Very unique hawker centre.

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    Amanda Lum

    Asip Cold Press Fruit & Vegetable Juice at #02-85. You must try the very fresh and non-frothy, pure goodness of healthy juice here!

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    Jervenne Ong

    Cheap and good local fare. My favourites are:
    – Carrot Cake (the best I’ve ever eaten)
    – Hotspot Western (very well seasoned western food and generous portion)
    – Fish noodles
    – Chicken Rice
    – David’s Mee hoon kway

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    Daniel Chua

    Place here still have reasonable priced food

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    Marcus Lim

    A slightly smaller hawker centre than most others, but still carries a decent variety. Food’s not bad too! Popular with the office crowd, so avoid weekday lunch.

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    Jordan Liang

    well-ventilated space, came here for the popular Na Na Curry stall, which did not disappoint.

    Parking is plenty for drivers and lunch crowd is to be expected.

    there are a number of coffee shops around the area if the food center is too crowded.

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    Howard Lim

    This hawker has a variety of local foods enjoy by Singaporean. It is suitable for young or small family to dine there as the price are reasonably economical.

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    Angeline Tan

    Best fried carrot cake store here. Never tasted a carrot cake with as much wok hey and flavour as this store’s. Love how there’s a good proportion of egg added too. Love the slight chew in the carrot cake.

    Mom says the carrot cake is made by hand by the store owner (not sure). Recipe passed down to younger generation that’s why still taste authentic.

    Either way I always come back for more despite trying other stores’ carrot cake. Cannot compete.

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    Wye Kit Teng

    Recommended to try it out by many friends, have only ate at the Commonwealth outlet, haven’t tried the Sin Ming outlet. Great Chinese fare at a relatively okay price. Went on a weekend – waiting time took quite a while but worth the wait! Plenty of parking spaces around.

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    Derrick Ang

    Not many stores open for lunch

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    Jack Ang

    Not the biggest hawker centre around. Also not wide spread of food. But decent enough for some real good food by certain stalls.

    Chicken rice here is definitely one of TOP 3 in SG. Really very very well done right from the chicken, rice and down to their soup. Their chilli goes so well with their chicken and rice. Best combo.
    鸿记粥 serve really very Cantonese style porridge. Cook bowl by bowl.
    Desert is sold by an old auntie who only sells hot. May be a turndown for many after cold desert. But it’s very old school taste.
    Wanton mee here also not too bad. Worth a try.
    Their cze char is famous for their 鱼头米粉,虾酱鸡 和 三捞河粉.

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    George Soo

    The food at this hawker center at 2nd floor mostly are nice, chicken rice store on the front left when you take the escalator up is good, laksa chicken noodles is good taste and economical price. The “wan-tan” noodles next to chicken rice store, it’s noodles is good and can add pork rib if you can eat a little more. The pork rib doesn’t taste porky and oily. Strongly recommend if you like to eat “wan-tan” noodles.

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    James Tang

    Open, clean, Well ventilated and has nice food.

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    Jonathan Viper

    This place has all the good food you can eat. My favorite would be the raw fish with porridge. Please also try others like the boneless braised duck rice and wanton noodles!

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    Para Vivo

    There’s a few stalls with nice good like Henry chicken rice , prawn mee soup, …….etc.

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    Shawn Seow

    Good food for the breakfast and lunch crowd

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    Spring Ng

    Not very big hawker Centre but still some good food there. Especially the hot desert stall is very good. Only serve 4 types of desert and all are very nice

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    Betty Siu

    Cheap and good hawker center on thr second floor, albeit a small one. Quite clean. The bak chor mee is quite good.

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    Philip Francis

    Good food but very little choices as most stalls are closed by lunch time

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    Ng Keh Huat

    Many good and nice food there!worth to go there to eat if u lkme some old school taste!

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    Joel Seong Koon

    Many have returned, Business has improved, always take note over some changes among the stores. Take care and happy eating!

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    Peter Pak

    Carrot cake , desert shop ( side by side ) is a must not miss…If got space ..you can also try chicken rice ! All the best

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    Evelyn Summerlyn

    Many nice food there. Definitely will visit and eat again.

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    Vishnu Varathan N

    Great food! Although my favourite stall Good Old Days Wanton Mee was closed because of CB.

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    Jack Tan

    One of the oldest hawker centres around, though there have been many rounds of developments and upgrading over the past few decades.
    There are a few stalls that have been there since the early years, such as the dessert stall, the sze cha stall, porridge stall etc.
    There is also a relatively new stall that serves very good burger that are run by a group of young people, and the burgers are really good.

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    F Chai

    Great hawker centre with well cooked traditional favourites like wanton noodles, fried carrot cake, porridge, chicken rice, braised duck etc. Illustrated below are some recommended stalls.

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    Samuel Lee

    The food was great. Hammee’s (affordable artisanal burger), congee and bak Chor mee was really good. Weather was a little warm and poor ventilation.

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    K Yeo

    Food centre is located on second floor. Good view and lighting if you sit on the outside rows. The inside rows can be a bit dark and close together.

    Quite full during lunchtime and popular stores will have long queues. My faves are jade wanton noodles (corner store), desserts 大麦 绿豆沙, 板面. Cheap and good.

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    Chiang Yin Wong

    Wonderful wings and burger

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    Matt Leo

    Craving for really spicy wanton mee and divinely crispy friend wanton?
    Look for Good Old Days wanton mee!!
    Available in 小,中 and 特辣!!

    Originally from Redhill Market and ABC Brickworks Market

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    Google Map

    Even with the net surrounding the hawker centre, the birds still find its way in

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    John Chua

    Must try the green bean soup. For $1 per bowl, it’s a steal. Usually sell out by 2pm.
    Try the porridge, wantan mee and the chai teow kuey (fried carrot cake)

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    Erushii Won

    There was a lot of nice food here.

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    Tyson Wang

    great local food at affordable price. Ample parking available

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    iOl eNeGuE

    Old school food centre and market but well-maintained. Food centre is on 2nd storey. Notable food to try are the braised duck rice, Jian Kang wanton noodles, fried carrot cake and Hamee’s burger. Be prepared to wait for the last one though. I waited for 40 minutes. The burger was good but not worth waiting for so long. Oh, do try the sardine curry puff at one corner of the centre. Owner used Hokkaido flour and the resulting pastry was good.

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    Victor Yue

    This hawker centre is well known for a number of local food eateries (stalls). On this occasion, we had the “jok” (Cantonese rice porridge) that came with pitan (century egg), pork and liver. There is quite a selection of different rice porridge that come with different ingredients.

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    John Anthony Dassen

    There is a hacker centre on the top floor for snacks meals pretty good old school type

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    YOGA with Susan

    Lots of local dishes at very affordable prices. Braised duck rice is good. They are very popular and gets sold out by 12.30pm. So come early if you want a plate of tender braised duck Dessert stall serves good green bean soup, Cheng ting and bubur terigu (white wheat dessert).

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    Jed Tay

    Nice and simple lunch. It’s always a surprise to visit neighborhoods.

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    J T

    Still can get food at decent prices. Though many stalls are close when visited.

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    Cindy Puah

    Love this small little neighborhood market place. I forgot to bring my wallet but get to pay for everything with my phone. Very convenient

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    jay loh

    Hammee’s Burger….. Yummy

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    Stan Cheung

    Heard lots of good things, but we found that it was quite average and a little over-rated.

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    Seah Eu may

    Most of the stall holders were very friendly & polite. (perhaps its on a weekday?as there wasn’t much crowd when we visited) but anyway, we felt very nice & cooling and most of the food there is delicious.We especially like the kway chap stall & the 油条 stall. Went there for memories seek & yes, will be back again if time permits.

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    Kia Guan Ng

    A small food centre that sells a small variety of food. The food prices are quite reasonable. You can get a “small” bowl of bak chor mee for $2.70 and the portion is quite big! I can see many people queueing for fried carrot cake. I heard the dessert stall sells nice desserts but limited variety. It’s not so crowded here on a Saturday morning. I heard it’s very crowded during weekday lunchtime, probably because of the workers in nearby industrial buildings.

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    Hasriana Sareh

    Normal hawker centre. Ample parking space is a plus. My brother have a stall there so was there for the foods. If you’re a meatlover, go check them out Salai By Meatdrop @ level 2 and very much recommended and i really mean HIGHLY recommended is their Smoked Lamb Ribs. Yumss! …

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    J

    quite dirty and narrow pathways, wanton noodles are pretty good however porridge there is a little pricey

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    Albertcet

    An old market place that was pratically deserted in the late afternoon. I reserve my comments here

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    JM

    There is a multi-stotrey car park to shelter motorists on rainy days.
    Lift is provided.
    Only problem is that the food stalls are located at several floors.

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    Doriss L

    Historical hawkers of local food, with lower price u can get for a meal. Food are nice

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    TCH

    Old Estate Market cum Hawker Centre. Ample parking spaces. Surprisingly one can find many local delights here and it is also my first time eating here; definitely not the last.

    Tried this BCM stall the taste is very good too. Ample parking in the open air carpark!

    AB GRILL Western food price is reasonable; decent meal for the price.

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    G W

    The porridge stall in the middle is my favourite of the “popular” porridge stall in singapore. Mixed pork porridge is $4 without egg. The pork balls are the best.

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    teo minmin

    Went to have dinner at the hawker. Not a crowded place. Relatively quiet. A new bak chor mee stall just opened by a young chap. I would say taste is not that bad for his age. Not to forget the big portion of meat given for less than $3. Cheers to young entrepreneur!

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    Ngoc Anh Tran

    The market is famous for its chicken rice stalls, duck rice and Hammie. Hammie is always long wait.

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    krist bowo

    sells a variety of dishes, one of my favorites is carrot cake, the taste is unique and very delicious.. even though the place looks less attractive but the taste served is really good..

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    Delfi Esfandi

    Awesome food. The Milah Hokkaido curry puffs on the second floor is awesome. A must try!

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    Dan Lim

    This is one of the food centre with escalator. Choice of food is good and a few stalls serve excellent local delights. Go for the porridge, carrot cake is one of the best in Singapore and the Cheng Teng from the never smiling auntie.

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    Seet PS

    Nice place for wide variety of local breadfast. Food price reasonable. If you are tourist, do come to experience local morning life. You can minger with many senior, who gather for chat and coffee. Nearest MRT is queenstown station, walking distance.

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    Tan CH Richard

    We are there specifically for the desserts-green bean soup and the da mai (wheat porridge). This shop fronted by a grouchie Aunty serves teh best sweet soup that we have tasted

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    Doris Wong

    This market has been here for a long time. Wet market is downstairs n food s upstairs. a new lift has been installed recently n it serves the community very well esp with the aging population here. Folks are old now. Some have stayed here longer than 40+ years being first time owners to the hdb flats.
    Also noticed a few young hawkerpreneurs selling nice food here. thumbs up to these young hawkers. We must patronise them to encourage n support them

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    Anita Nair

    Felt like I went back in time…but people were so helpful n nice!!

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    Dee M

    Many nice foods around… Fried chicken and beehoon, prawn noodle, or carrot cake. Do come in the morning, as not much left in the evening!

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    Bryan Goh

    Fruit stall on ground floor has great selection and quality.

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    Gigi Ngao

    Not very crowded. A good place to have lunch as many nice foods available.

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    Shi En Lim

    Good variety. The western stall has good food at a reasonable price. Value for money!

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    Sew Teng Kwok

    Commonwealth Crescent Hawker Centre has a handful of good food stalls. From the Cantonese Porridge to the modern Hamburger. The sweet desert is also nice. The best thing about the food centre is pricings are reasonable.

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    SL O

    Old school porridge that warms my heart and tummy. The vadai were very good. Spicy and crispy outside but soft inside

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    Chew Loay Chang

    Pls support this hawker centre and market. It may be forgotten soon

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    Acharya KC

    Not many options but few popular food shops there!

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    Josiah Yeo

    Small but have pretty nice food. I love the Good Old Days noodles. It’s just beside the lift…

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    Vincent Teo

    Cheap foods with very affordable price. One of my to go to lunch venue if I’m working near there. Open space hdb parking is so convenient all around the food center. Do note it will be a challenge if it rains. Recommended stalls are the chicken rice stall, duck rice stall and the Cantonese zhichar stall. Smoking tables are available here too for smokers.

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    Kean Chong Loh

    This is one of the oldest food centers in Singapore. Many authentic hawker food stalls located on second floor e.g., Hong Kong style porridge, chicken rice, noodles, dessert, coffee etc. It is a good place for a nice meal at reasonable price. There is also an egg stall selling various type of eggs from local and Malaysia farms at the market.

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    Sebestian Tan

    Old place but many nice food stalls here. Love the braised duck, usually sold out by 1pm. Another popular stall is roasted chicken rice.

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    Chiu Hee Tan

    This place offers decent food at very affordable prices. One of my favourite stalls is the ‘cheng tng’ and red bean stall.

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    Raymond Ang

    Lots of good food there. You will find many online reviews of this food centre. Do go early, practically every shop is either sold out or closed by mid afternoon. Head there for early lunch will be fine.

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    Karen Leong

    Most stalls open for lunch. Serves rather old school type of food. Houses the famous takeaway popiah skin stall and a dessert stall famous for green bean soup and white barley soup. Only 90 cents a bowl.

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    CWWSIM

    An old estate’s market and food centre. the fried carrot cake and old aunty’s sweet dessert soup are a must try at the food centre.

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    Lim A C

    Commonwealth Market has quite a number of restaurants and food stalls at the second level food court during the night. Most of the food there are above average and prices are very reasonable.

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    Sharmi

    Very good food sold here at the food centre!

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    Seet Boon Hwee

    Newly opened stall Kian Meng Kway Chap. Nowadays it’s so hard to find and taste authentic good food. So affordable and generous portion too. Do come early to avoid disappointment as stall closes at 2.30pm. Definitely two thumbs up!! Nice!!! …

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    Edmund Tan

    Nice quiet little hawker place nestled in the heartlands. Feels like a slower pace of life over here, as if u are in another country. Try Hamees cheeseburger only if u got time to spare. Other stalls are worth trying too e.g. Bak chor mee, wanton mee, carrot cake and dessert stall by old ah ma.

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    Yong Yong

    The curry vegetable at “Hainanese Curry Curry” is surprisingly good … worth a try and the handmade Poh piah skin stall beside it looks promising …

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    Eric Gair

    Chicken rice is always good.

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    Arthur Toh

    An old lady who sells good hot desserts. And a young couple who sells good wanton mee and best chicken feet (better those from Tim sum restaurants).

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    Danny LOKE

    I only go here to eat the Hao Hao noodle stall chicken feet noodle. they also have the jade noodle version. the chili sauce they used to mix the noodle is really nice. the noodle is great as well. the soup that comes with it is so so.

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    cy 胡 (Spring swallow)

    Rustic little place with a mix of elderly stall holders and younger ones working to serve those who live/work here. Some zichar eateries at the fringe of the market start operations later.

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    Luke Ng

    If you like chicken rice, this is the place to come to. Henry’s chicken rice is very good. Close on Thursdays. The grumpy lady’s dessert stall also serves pretty good green bean soup, and Cheng Ting (warm only). You can also get hand made popiah skin, great fit your own popiah party!

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    Kelvin Lim

    Porridge, fried chicken, mee pok, coffee here is good.

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    Faith Leo

    The wanton mee here is quite nice and fragrant, but a bit oily. Food here is generally cheap. The iced teh-o is good.

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    Jeremy Ho

    A great food place with many established names. Savour the good food at reasonable price while it is still here.

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    Eugene Hong

    This is a busy place for breakfast and brunch on a sunday.

    I would recommend the porridge stall in the pictures. The porridge is simmered till it tastes like silk and makes you want continuous mouthfuls. Add an egg for extra smoothness.

    My favourite coffee is sold at the stall in the pictures. The coffee is strong and aromatic. Be forewarned if you intend to order coffee close to noon. After the auntie runs out of coffee , she is not afraid to use her voice to let customers know it.

    Expect long queues and average wait of at least 15 mins at the stall selling carrot cake in the pictures. The carrot cake is the conventional style of small bits of cake thoroughly fried with egg. Worth the wait.

    Next to the carrot cake stall is a stall selling chinese desserts. The desserts make you reminisce about those made by your grandma, if your grandma made desserts. Be forewarned that the old lady running the stall has quite the eccentric temper. Follow her instructions and you should survive the ordering.

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    Eva Su

    best chin tng, fried carrot cake and sugar cane juice there! Now also hv the curry puff… spicy sadine very nice …

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    Alex Chin

    A reasonable hawker centre with some pretty decent food stalls, such as the famous chicken rice (store owner was ex-chef of Mandarin Hotel ChatterBox). Not crowded during lunch hours hence you will definitely find a table, and no long queues at food stores (well, with the exception of the chicken rice stall LOL).

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    Wai Peng Lee

    Very inconvenient, nearest bus stop with only 2 buses is 10 minutes walk away. A torture under the daytime sun. Although the hdb blocks behind have very nice view.

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    Yvonne Chan

    I live here I love the food here very convenient I can go anywhere very near

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    Cameron Yaw

    Old haunt so coming back here is always a trip down memory lane.
    Many old stalls are still around.

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    Eunice Goh

    Cld be cleaner. Tables were very dirty. But stall holder was very nice n he cleaned it for us n brought chairs with back rest for handicaped side for my old folks in their 80s. The escalator helps a lot. Esp old ppl.

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    Kent Goi

    The 3 dishes I included in the photo are all taste good. Get a you zah gui from bak cho mee stall to eat with the porridge is just superb. Wanted to try the radish cake but the queue was too long. Hygiene wise, you’ll have to clean the table when you get seated. That’s the reason why it has one star lesser.

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    Eng Guan Yeo

    Nee burger stall is good. Old stalls like porridges, desert are still ok. Price is good.

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    orange 168

    Very old hawker centre not much to eat

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    Alan Low

    Good food at affordable prices! The porridge is really good, traditional and lots of ingredients. Noodles was good too!

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    Juliana Yap

    In the 2nd floor hawker centre you can find good local breakfast. The springy wontons noodle, fried carrot cakes were delicious and the dessert was very good with reasonable price.

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    M S

    I really enjoyed burbur terigu (wheat/大麦) from the dessert stall Xi Le Ting (喜乐亭)

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    derek neo

    Visited on Sunday for lunch. About half the stores are open for business on Sunday. Quite a crowd but there were tables avaliable. The fried Chicken, Chicken Laksa were nice. The Chinese dessert Cheng Teng is a must try but prepare to queue.

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    Na Lim

    Very nice porridge, really must try.

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    Tng Darrel

    Went for hammies hamburger, was told to wait ah hour. But i was rushing elsewhere so decided to try the bakchor mee pok next door and i was suprised. It is a great bowl of bakchor mee i had in awhile!

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    Bryan Nguyen

    The food is cheap, mostly in the $2-$4 range. Some stalls selling very good food too, highly recommend the porridge stall, even though the wait might be long but you can wait at the table. Carrot cake stall also selling good food at affordable price $2.5-$3. However, most of the stalls here only open after 9am and close before 4pm, so not suitable for people who looking for early breakfast or late dinner

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    Tay Jason

    Love the roasted meat stall. Occasionally gives a roast duck drumstick without additional charge when I ordered roast duck rice.

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    Nelly Yap

    Hammee is good.
    The corner chicken rice that also offer chicken curry noodles is also good. The curry noodles is not spicy, its the old school taste.
    Last lane carrot cake is good too! Prefers their white over the black.

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    Albert Wong (MYSG-Studio)

    Wong Tai fook stalll, dessert, wantan mee are good.. the first stall I mention open till late night if u r still craving for foods

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    Joseph Lee

    After enjoying my fish head porridge went down to the market area, found a new coffee shop that sells different types of coffee powders. Bought Nanyang blend 3 type coffee powder from the new set up at $2.50 per 100 gm. Can use CDC vouchers.

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    Dani Kristyawati-Teo

    Plenty nice food. Weekend usually crowded so need time to get your seats.

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    Maycia Hong

    Fai Kee, traditional zhi char was good that whet your appetite. San Lou fish hor fun was freshly made with flavors except too little bean sprout.The shrimp paste chicken tasted great too.

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    KaeCheng Hong

    Good and cheap porridge,braised duck rice,prawn noodle soup,chicken rice,dessert, wonton noodle,fishhead mee hoon soup.

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    davidlye

    On 2nd floor, Bak chor mee. $2.70 only (Oct’17). Tasty with Liver, Minced meat, meat ball, mushroom, lettuce

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    Peter Chong

    Nice, clean and airy. Pleasant place to have a meal. However, not the most accessable by public transport.

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    Boon Tat Koh

    Good variety of food worth a visit!

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    Osaka

    Many food stalls located on second level but with CLOSED signs

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    Google Map

    Carrots cake, green bean, chicken rice, duck rice , herbal soup, porridge, all very good and delicious

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    boii A.

    Not bad..many outlets to eat, shops below. Clean too …

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    Alvin Yeo

    Nice cooling place for morning breakfast, this estate has been pretty old, not much choices, hot drinks, egg, toasted bread, mee hoon, mee or kway teow soup, nasi lemak. Too bad roti prata is missing.

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    Arthur Ler Chong Hui

    Old style fd centre. A few gd stalls. Some close early. Gd parking space near by. Wet mkt below, open mornings.

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    Curious Squid

    I highly recommend the bak chor mee stall.
    It’s super value for $. Generous with ingredients and noodles cooked to perfection! This young guy has alot of potential to be a bcm legend imho.

    Hammie’s serves decent burgers but u may have to wait 15 to 30 mins to get one. Plan/order ahead (if u can?). After waiting 30 mins for a burger, it just won’t taste as good. But that’s just me. (Bcm guy is ready in 10 or less, just sayin’)

    Also, my colleagues like to order from the porridge stall. Supposed to be good.

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    Sham Abdullah

    Can find some halal food on the 2nd floor. You can also find a reasonably wide range of all kind of local food and drinks on the same floor.
    A small wet market is available on the first level.
    Parking space is rather limited, and can be rather tricky to get one.

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    Margaret Koh

    Visited this new stall AH KEE BEEFNOODLE… cannot find anything to complain about Owner nice & friendly, beef brisket super tender & tasty, tendon done perfectly soft & not gluey, beef balls juicy… Will visit again soon!

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    Alvin Tan

    Most people come here for Hammies’ burgers but be prepared to wait 1 to 1.5 hours to get your hands on their really tasty burgers. Personally, I find theirs pretty comparable to Shake Shack. Would you rather wait an hour or pay a bit more and get your burgers on demand at Shake Shack?

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    Marklin Ang

    Came all the way from the North after eatbook suggested Hammees burger. It was definitely a good burger overall, with crisp bun and juicy patty. It’s not a huge burger but good enough for one. It wasn’t mind blowing TBH, but good enough. May jolly well be better than Carl’s Jr.

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    Mike Koh

    Our typical hawkers center

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    TCH

    Old Estate Market cum Hawker Centre. Ample parking spaces. Surprisingly one can find many local delights here and it is also my first time eating here; definitely not the last.

    Tried this BCM stall the taste is very good too. Ample parking in the open air carpark!

    AB GRILL Western food price is reasonable; decent meal for the price.

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    Jo Yong

    The Good Old Days has finally found a foodshop of their own! Dun say you tasted the best wanton mee till you try theirs! The chilli are grade 1-3 chilli…do not challenge grade 2-3 if you a normal chilli-eater They well known to be very spicy Branching out they also sell Yong Tau Foo…a MUST try…soup base got many going for 2 rounds

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    Abul Kalahm

    Very clean and hawker staff and the cleaner are nice too

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    chan wai

    A lot of nice food.
    but wet market thing are expensive

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    Reena Tay

    Awesome burgers from Hammee’s!

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    Lim Kelvin

    Good and cheap food. Too bad most of the stalls are not opened during lunch, thus choices are limited.

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    Pang Khai Muay

    Nice place for breakfast.

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    Steven Lee

    Very clean and not crowded. Now, with the netting, there isn’t any bird eating leftovers in the food centre.

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    Pimpisa Pothirattanachaikul

    Not so many option inside this market.
    Seldom coffee shop has a nice coffee.
    Ordered seafood YiMee for lunch, the taste is quite nice.

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    sheery kelly

    Love the youtiao from the foodctr! It’s fat n fluffy and I had it with my porridge managed by the old couple. Satisfying breakfast …

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    Erik Wang

    Well ventilated and bright. Good choice of local hawker food too. But most shops close by 2pm.

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    Mohd Sufiyan

    Mela Junction.. Premium steak at a Hawker center..

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    Pete Lh

    Food is good & at a decent price. Great to buy fresh veges. If you like mushrooms, the veg seller usually has very good quality mushrooms including portobello mushrooms.

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    Jianwen Ben

    Cleaner than the usual hawker center

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    bernard tang

    Not too overly crowded and good food – Henly chicken rice, Hongkee porridge, famous dessert elderly couple

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    Glen Tay (glenfindings)

    My all-time favorite noodle stall at Commonwealth Crescent of Singapore. Have a bowl of kweh teow at S$2.70 unbelievable …

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    serlinallk

    Limited choice of food, though some are quite delicious.

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    Ron WZ Sun

    Food prices are reasonably cheap. Only few stalls selling good food, like fried carrot cake (black) and duck rice. The rest are just so-so. Difficult to find seats during lunch time. Avoid going there on Mondays as many stalls are closed.

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    Christine Lee

    Fab food from various stalls. Some stalls still provide table service like the good old days, before McDonaldization become the norm.

    Queenstown popiah stall has relocated here; (sells handmade popiah ‘skin’ – handmade, kueh pie ti shells (factory made) & popiah filling.

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    Agoda

    Reasonable price, numerous of food stall

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    Singularity Convergence

    The food centre is adequate for simple and inexpensive meals. Wet market and general stores and coffee shops located in the immediate area.

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    Albert Low

    Very boring place, especially night time nothing sell except 2 or 3 stalls only.

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    Eunice Tan

    Commonwealth Food Centre ( small centre) and the Market below are perhaps the rare few that are kept very clean and dry. Praise to the hard working and responsible cleaners especially those at the Food Centre. Even their toilets are clean. The folks here are friendly and helpful. The food quality of the stalls are quite good except somehow some stalls do not open for business frequently. We enjoy visiting the kopi stall facing the open air and the row of shops. Good soft boiled eggs, Ya Kun style of toast and good local kopi. The fried carrot cake & char kway teow are good too. Not bad for the prawn noodles and chicken rice ( 2 good stalls).

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    Yat Keong Wong

    Very good Henry Hainanese Chicken Rice, Hao Hao Noodle House Char Siu wonton noodles, Liang Liang fried carrot cake, Hong Kee Porridge and Xi Le Ting grandma Tong Sui.

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    weichee tan

    Old hawker ctr with causal beeakfast n lunch.

    The chicken rice and dessert stalls were great.

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    Jovan Teo (Jovan Plays Chess)

    Noodles was a bit small portion but dumplings were amazing

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