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Best Eats at Albert Centre Market & Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Albert Centre Food Centre

This hawker centre near Bugis MRT seems to attract a perpetual crowd, and no wonder – it counts famous stalls such as Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu and Siraj Famous Waterloo St Indian Rojak as tenants. If you are in the area, there are the top 10 best eats based on user reviews for Albert Centre Food Centre.

 Albert Centre Market & Food Centre

#1 – Hock Lee Fishball Noodle

Introduction: A food court stall that is particularly crowded before lunch is a Hock Lee Fishball Noodle joints. A legend at The Albert Marketplace & Food Center, their hand-made and springy shrimp balls are among the most desired. The Dry and Soup versions both come up to S$4 each with a generous serving of those winning fishballs.

Menu Items:

  • FishBall Kuey Teoh Mee ($5)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-102 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Opening Hour: 6:30am – 12:00 noon (Mon off)

Website: Website Link Here


#2 – Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu

Introduction: Bai Nian Dou Foo is one of the Bai Nian Niang dou fou stall in Albert Food Centre with the longest line. There are a couple elements of freshness and bounce that made the two pieces very enjoyable. A favorite is also the bittergourd meatball, which is braised with pork then lightly deep-fried. With five outlets across the island, Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu has successfully introduced a new way to have yong tau foo.

Menu Items: From $4.90/$5.90

  • Bitter Gourd
  • Prawn Paste
  • Pork Paste
  • Beancurd
  • Black and White Rolls

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-106 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Contact: +65 9627 0063

Opening Hour: 7.30am – 9pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here


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#3 – Thong Kay Delights

Introduction: Thong Kay Delights does not make their own Chee Cheong Fun but they do make the other items on the menu! According to the menu, the Yam Cake, Glutinous Rice, and Pumpkin Cake are made by them. They were surprised to find out that they offer a sweet glutinous rice on top of the savoury, staple version. If you’re looking for some old-school breakfast, We’ll say that you definitely can get a pretty great-tasting one here!

Menu Items:

  • Yam Cake ($1.50/2 each)
  • Glutinous Rice ($1.50/2 each)
  • Pumpkin Cake ($1.50/2 each)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-97 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Opening Hour: 8am to 4pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here


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#4 – Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles

Introduction: Their very first litmus test is a first indication of how scrumptious our soup will be. It establishes a subtle orange hue, and the little bit of soup is packed with umami. They can just just take pleasure in the soup, and they recommend ordering some spicy chili for dry noodles.

Menu Items:

  • Big Prawn Noodles (S$5, S$7, S$9)
  • Pork Ribs Prawn Noodles (S$5, S$7, S$9)
  • Abalone Prawn Noodles (S$8, S$10)
  • “XL” Big Prawn Noodles (S$13.80)
  • Prawn (S$2 each)
  • Abalone (S$3)
  • Pork Ribs (S$1 – S$3)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-108 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Contact: +65 9625 1536

Contact: 07:00am – 08:00pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here


#5 – Ah Seng Bak Chor Mee

Introduction: Ah Seng sells cheap bowls of Bak Chor Mee for $3. The Fish Ball Kway Teow available both dry and soup versions, begins at $2.50 varies. Her prices are kept cheap because she makes it a point to make food affordable to all customers. For the condiment, the sambal is paired with some black vinegar and stewed mushroom sauce. What’s nice about their sambal, though mildly spicy, was it being flavourful – you can even taste a subtle nuttiness in it.

Menu Items:

  • Bak Chor Mee ($3)
  • Fish Ball Kway Teow ($2.50/$3)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-77 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Opening Hour: 7:30am-4:30pm (Sun to Fri)

Website: Website Link Here



#6 – Angel Horse Teochew Fish Soup

Introduction: The Angel Horse Teochew Food Stall at the food centre’s rear has helped us avoid wasting time waiting in line as we come and go frequent. Passing by the stall to the upstairs of the food centre is where we find sources for our main staples, such as dried foods for the kitchen. The dish consists of slices of mackerel fish, a more popular fish for fish soup, tofu, seaweed, tomatoes, and sprinkle of shallot and coriander. The soup has a tickle of sweetness, but the flavor is not able to create a deep impression on us; other fish broths are more delicious than Angel Horse’s.

Menu Items:

  • Sliced Fish Soup ($4.50/$5.50/$6.50)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-95 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Opening Hour: 11am-8pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here


#7 – Ma Bo Lor Mee

Introduction: A lor mee stall in Singapore that has come to be particularly renowned is known as a Ma Bo Lor Mee stall. The luscious sauce, which was the most important part of the lor mee, had an outstanding flavour and wasn’t either too thick nor too light. We balanced the flavours with vinegar, chili, and garlic.

Menu Items:

  • Chicken Cutlet Lor Mee ($3/$4)
  • Fried Fish Lor Mee ($3/$4)
  • Ma Bo Lor Mee($2.50/$3.50)
  • Ma Bo Laksa ($3/$4)
  • Chicken Cutlet Laksa ($3/$4)
  • Fried Fish Laksa ($3/$4)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-67 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Opening Hour: Mon to Fri 9am-2pm

Sat to Sun 9am-8pm

Website: Website Link Here


#8 – Guan Kee Fried Carrot Cake

Introduction: This baked carrot cake is offered so many styles, including the traditional black or traditional style offering an array of crispy and succulent components. The components of radish cake are baked to large, round cuboid shapes, styled more for the black type of baked carrot cake. The black style has sweet black honey-mustard sauce drizzled on and tastes sticky and sweet. The white ones are baked in the same manner as one common with black.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Carrot Cake ($3/$4/$5)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-59 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Opening Hour: 7am-2pm (Tue to Sun)

Website: Website Link Here


#9 – Li Fang Congee

Introduction: The stall in Albert Hawker selling 17 kinds of congee is known as Lifang Congee. Highlighting their signature dish is the piping congee and balanced in a fried slice of breadstick. This long stick is also known as the “sexy leg.” Judging from the light golden coat, it is the tell tale signs of well controlled temperature and the clean oil used to fry it. The trick to removing the excess oil from the Chinese fried dough, is to remove it from the fryer after turning on the heat to expel the excess grease.

Menu Items:

  • Century Egg Congee ($3.50)
  • Minced Meat Congee ($3.50)
  • Century Egg Meatball Congee ($3.50)
  • Fried Intestine Congee ($6)
  • Centyrt Egg Minced Meat Congee ($4)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-78 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Opening Hour: 8am-6pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here


#10 – Si Ma Lu Goreng Pisang

Introduction: One crispy fried banana was about $1.50, but its small size made it costly. Food was not warm or crispy. They saved on flour and the food had a resemblance to eating a banana. The hay around the bla5 banana was too thin.

Menu Items:

  • Goreng Pisang ($1-$2.50)
  • Sweet Potato ($1-$1.30)
  • Green Bean ($0.80)
  • Tapioca ($1)
  • Yam ($1.50 – $2.40)
  • New Year Cake ($1.20)
  • Durian (3 for $2.80)
  • Banana Ball (4 for $1.00)
  • Sweet Potato Ball (8 for $1.00)

Location: 270 Queen Street, #01-46 Albert Centre Market and Food Centre, Singapore 180270

Opening Hour: 10am-4pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here

 


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