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Best Eats at Alexandra Village Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Alexandra Village Food Centre

Just opposite IKEA in Queenstown is the Alexandra Village Food Centre, a popular hawker center attracting long lines in spite of not being near an MRT station. Local delicacies like Bak Chor Mee and Prawn Noodles are popular among the crowd, and the line tends to outside doors open make a reservation beforehand. Expect to pay at least 30 minutes before ordering. Here are our top 10 best eats at Alexandra Village Food Centre. 

Best Eats at Alexandra Village Food Centre

#1 – Xiao Gang Western Food

Introduction: The old-school neon signboard at Xiao Gang Western Food is filled with classic western dishes like pork chop, nuggets, European sausages, and chicken wings. While most of the dishes come with sides like coleslaw, baked beans and fries, you can also opt for spaghetti or rice.. The cooked spaghetti noodles include a homemade tomato sauce and are mixed into it, making something similar to something my mother would make at home. The chicken cutlet is a thin but juicy piece of meat with a thicker skin. While it was tasty, it could have used an even thinner layer of batter.

Menu Items:

  • BLACK PEPPER SIRLOIN STEAK ($14.10)
  • PORK CHOP ($10.60)
  • EUROPE SAUSAGE ($13.30)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-29, Singapore 150120

Operating Hours: 11:00-14:00 | 17:00-21:30

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – Xiang Jiang Soya Sauce Chicken

Introduction: This food stall focuses on soya sauce chicken, with the option of rice or noodles. In addition to the chicken, they also provide fresh shrimp wontons and dumplings. You can have your chicken at Xiang Jiang, as it is so big and steaky. As the juices from the chicken dripped down our crispy spoons, the skin slid directly into our throats and melted.

Menu Items:

  • Dumpling $ Wanton Soup ($4.50)
  • Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle (Dry/ Soup) ($4.00)
  • Dumpling & Wanton Noodle (Dry/ Soup) ($4.50)
  • HK Style Dry Dumpling ($4.50)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-77, Singapore 150120

Operating Hours: Wed-Sun 08:00 – 13:45 (Mon & Tues Closed)

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – Lye Bo Roast

Introduction: The first aroma you notice when you receive your tray is lye-roasted meats. The char siu meat chunks had numerous charred strips of skin and meaty pieces jammy with fat and braised with a thick sauce. The meat to fat ratio for the pork new-found pork belly was nearly equal, and the skin had that addictive crispy crisp of excellent pork belly.

Menu Items:

  • Roast Meat Combo with Rice ($4.50)
  • Honey Glazed BBQ Pork Wanton Noodle ($3.80)
  • Crispy Pork Belly Noodle ($4.00)
  • 1 Pax set Meal Noodle (for Dine in only) ($6.50)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-27, Singapore 150123

Operating Hours: Mon-Tue, Fri, Sun 8:30am–2pm
Wed-Thu, Sat Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#4 – Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup

Introduction: The Teochew way of cooking is lighter with less pepper and the garlic, whereas the Cantonese manner uses more spice in their soup and tastes herbal; the Hokkien styles use a lot of soy sauce and often place their spices in the soup. You would find other food such as Omelette Rice, Claypot Oyster Omelette to Braised Pork Rice.

Menu Items:

  • Pork Rib Soup ($5, $5 $10)
  • Pig Tail Soup ($5, $6, $10)
  • Pig Trotter ($5, $6, $10)
  • Claypot Prawn Noodles ($5, $8)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-18, Singapore 150120

Operating Hours: Daily 9am–9pm, Wednesday Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 


#5 – New Market Teochew Braised Duck Rice

Introduction: Run by a married couple, this food stall specializes in braised ducks but they offer a wide range of other dishes, such as braised pork, braised pig’s intestinal tubes, braised tau kwa, braised hard-boiled egg, and the like. The chef had impressive knifing skills as each piece of duck meat were deboned and thinly sliced to a uniformed thickness with all the skin accounted for. Texture wise, they were a little too coarse which made the duck less refined for a pleasant bite. If only they were more tender however, the portion of meat given is good for the price.

Menu Items:

  • Duck Rice ($4.00/ $6.00)
  • Intestine ($3.00/ $6.00)
  • Braised Pork ($3.00)
  • Duck Wing ($1.50)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-84, Singapore 150120

Operating Hours: Daily 12:30–4pm, Thursday & Friday Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 



#6 – Dover Road Kai Kee Wanton Noodle

Introduction: The menu on the menu included Satay Moo, Pork Stew, Light Soup, Satay Mee, Fried Noodles, and Chinese Fried Rice. The fried dumplings tasted about the same but bigger in size. We  did not enjoy the slice of char siew, which was lean and slightly dry. The noodles retained their springiness, and in the taste of the oyster sauce, sesame oil, lard oil, and chili was made.

Menu Items:

  • Wanton Mee ($3/ $3.50)
  • Dumpling Soup ($3.50)
  • Shredded Chicken Noodle (Dry/Soup, S$3/S$3.50)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-09, Singapore 150120

Operating Hours: Daily 7am–4:30pm, Saturday & Tuesday Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa

Introduction: We chose thick bee hoon as our choice of noodles for this bowl of laksa from Zehn Shan Mei Claypot Laksa, and is unquestionably our top choice overall. The smooth texture and mouth feel of slippery bee hoon made it more comfortable and much easier to slurp up when compared to yellow rice noodles.

Menu Items:

  • Claypot Laksa ($4.00/ $5.00/ $6.00)
  • Additional noodle and gravy ($0.50/ each)
  • extra serving of chicken, fish cake, tau pok and prawn ($1/ each)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-75, Singapore 151120

Operating Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 9am to 3pm, Monday & Sunday Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 – Tiong Bahru Lien Fa Shui Jing Pau

Introduction: Lien Fa Shui Jing Pau has been popularly frequented by many Singaporeans looking for food to treat a craving. Operated by two brothers, this particular stall has been in operation for decades now. Some people love the crystal dim sum from this particular menu from the 1970s.

Menu Items:

  • Savoury ($0.80/ piece)
  • Sweet ($0.90/ piece)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-10, Singapore 151120

Operating Hours: Daily 8:30am–3pm, Sunday & Monday Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Shanghai La Mian Xiao Long Bao

Introduction: Zhang You Zu, from Nanjing, China, has 30 years of experience in making Xiao Long Bao. Having moved to Singapore in 1998, Zhang was a dim sum chef at a Toa Payoh yum cha restaurant before opening Shanghai La Mian Xiao Long Bao at Alexandra Village Food Centre 10 years ago. He first set out to earn a living within the industry. Today, this family-run business is his passion.

Menu Items:

  • Steamed Mini Buns ($5.00)
  • Pan Fried Dumplings ($5.50)
  • Sour & Spicy  Noodle ($3.00)
  • La Mian w Fried Bean Sauce ($3.50)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-56, Singapore 150120

Operating Hours: Daily 11:30am-8:30pm, Monday & Tuesday Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – Old Punggol Satay

Introduction: Old Punggol Satay really shouldn’t be rated so highly. Its chicken satay is very tender, but the flavour and texture aren’t great, and it barely doesn’t grill the chicken. The pork satay is really much better—and there is more of that fatty pork. The satay sauce tastes average, too.

Menu Items:

  • Chicken/ Pork/ Mutton Satay ($0.60/ stick)

Location: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-52, Singapore 150120

Operating Hours: Daily 4pm to 8pm, Saturday & Sunday 12pm to 8pm

Website: Website Link Here

 


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