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Top 10 Best Eats at Ayer Rajah Food Centre

Ayer Rajah Food Cenre was formerly a standalone food centre that was originally built in 1979. Meanwhile, the Ayer Rajah Market was completed in 1995 to complement the food centre. The food centre houses 80 cooked food stalls while the market has 40 market stalls. If you are here at AFFC (as commonly known), here’s our top 10 picks. 

#1 Tokyo BBQ Stingray


They’ve got a 30-year history and a reputation for dishing out one of the best plates of sambal stingray. Tokyo at Ayer Rajah Food Centre is an underrated institution. The hawker only serves the meatiest parts of the ray, which means customers won’t have to be scraping off skin and the little bits of flesh off the ends. Every bite here counts. The sambal has more tang than the usual sweet variants but it’s no less tasty.

Menu Items:

  • Hotplate Squid
  • BBQ Sambal Stingray
  • BBQ Sotong

Location: 503 West Coast Drive, #01-07 Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Singapore 120503

Contact:  +65 67785045

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Tokyo-BBQ-Seafood-540172346357027/


#2 – Joo Chiat Prawn Mee


It 1st started selling prawn mee soup on a trishaw in the 50s ard Joo Chiat area. Currently managed by the 3rd generation located @ 59 Joo Chiat Place.Due to popular demands, we have come out with dry version with our “homemade” chilli sauce.

Menu Items:

  • Traditional prawn mee soup
  • Traditional prawn mee dry
  • Signature prawn mee with abalone

Location: 59 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 427783

Contact:  +65 90119773

Website: https://www.facebook.com/traditionaljoochiatprawnmee/?ref=page_internal


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#3 -Uncle Noodle


Previously called Jurong Wanton Noodles, nothing else has changed about the wonton noodles from Uncle Noodle. For just $3, you can get a generous portion of wanton noodles coated with black and chili sauce, along with some char siew, vegetables, and a dumpling soup.

Menu Items:

  • Wanton Noodle Dry/ Soup
  • Chicken feet Noodle
  • Shredded Chicken Kway Teow
  • Dumpling Soup

Location Ayer Rajah Food Centre 503 W Coast Dr, #01-04, Singapore 120503

Contact: +65 91807626

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Uncle-Noodle-728429930556759/?ref=page_internal



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#4 – A. Rashid Khan


Chilling out at my favourite neighbourhood and having a plate of mee goreng (non-spicy) and kambing (mutton) soup at Ayer Rajah Food Centre, after running errands all day today. This hawker center is my family’s go-to place whenever we are craving for Muslim food. The satisfying and hearty mutton soup from A. Rashid Khan has a good flavor that is not too heavy and intense. The best way to enjoy the soup is dipping the accompanied soft bread loaf to soak up the tasty mutton broth. YUM! (AC Chan from Burple) 

Menu Items:

  • Mutton Soup
  • Mee Siam
  • Roti John

Location: 503 West Coast Drive #01-58 Ayer Rajah Food Centre Singapore 120503

Contact: +65 84549321

Website: https://www.burpple.com/a-rashid-khan-soup-kambing


#5 – N.M. Abdul Rahim


N.M. Abdul Rahim probably has the best mee hoon goreng ikan bilis in Singapore. This mee hoon goreng is prepared with dried red chili, egg, other vegetables, sweet potato, and ikan bilis. The mee hoon goreng’s stir-fried flavor is delicious, it is not oily, and the aromas are soothing.

Menu Items:

  • Nasi Goreng Ikan Bilis
  • Mee Goreng
  • Mutton Soup

Location: 503 West Coast Drive #01-58 Ayer Rajah Food Centre Singapore 120503 Stall 60

Contact: +65 64477500

Website: https://foursquare.com/v/nm-abdul-rahim-stall-60/4cd818d55e1b721e896638d9

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#6 – Habib’s Rojak


Located in Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Habib’s Rojak has been around for 30 years.
Habib is the second-generation owner of the stall. His father started the business in 1989 and interestingly named it after him when he was about a year old. How fitting since he’s running the stall now! He started helping out at the stall at a very young age. From peeling potatoes and eggs, Habib eventually took over the stall about 10 years ago.

Menu Items:

  • Tempeh
  • Coconut Flour
  • Potato Flour

Location: 503A W Coast Dr, Singapore 121503

Contact: +65 82184191

Website: https://habibsrojak.com.sg/?fbclid=IwAR2_2RaWIwiFhOsY-4_CfK0z3W5XsF-9GKR29mcdXkKdbqqCAeooUexJzJU


#7 – 真之味 Hong Kong Yummy Soup


The menu is concise: just six types of soups are offered at the stall daily. The bestsellers are the variations of soup boiled from pork spare ribs with lotus root, winter melon or mushrooms, and Xie’s signature broth is the night-blooming cereus spareribs soup or ba wang hua soup. At the stall, the couple makes every soup from scratch with no MSG, with each ingredient carefully chosen for its nutritive and health benefits. While night-blooming cereus is consumed for its “cooling” and detoxification properties, cordyceps flower is good for rebuilding strength for people with weak constitutions or those recovering from an illness. “If we’re talking about soups that are good for ladies or if they want something good for their skin, then I’d recommend the Brazilian mushroom soup with snow fungus,” Xie says.

Menu Items:

  • Lotus Root Pork Ribs
  • Winter Melon Pork Ribs
  • Steamed Pork Patty with Pumpkin

Location: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-06 · In Ayer Rajah Food Centre

Contact: No contact number

Website: https://guide.michelin.com/sg/en/singapore-region/singapore/restaurant/hong-kong-yummy-soup

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#8 – Ah Hua Teochew Fishball Noodles


Located in the west side of Singapore in Pandan Gardens, Ah Hua Teochew Fishball Noodle garnered a lot of media attention in 2020 because the fishballs for their fishball noodles are handmade at their stall on a daily basis.

While handmade fishballs are not exactly uncommon in Singapore (but it is getting rarer), this stall goes the extra mile by hand-making other fish paste items like flat fish rulers and fish vegetable rolls.

Menu Items:

  • Fishball Noodles
  • Handmade Fish Dumplings
  • Yong Tau Fu

Location: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-43 · In Ayer Rajah Food Centre

Contact: +65 8815 0716

Website: https://www.facebook.com/ahhuateochewfishballnoodle/

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#9 – Banana Leaf Nasi Lemak & Economical Bee Hoon


Power Rojak Bandung puts its own spin on the traditional rojak. Unlike the usual fruit-laden fare, the rojak at this family-run store includes cuttlefish, kangkong, beehoon and more in a rich sweet chili sauce. Great for days when you’re feeling particularly adventurous. (Timeout) 

Menu Items:

  • Nasi Lemak
  • Bee Hoon
  • Kway Teow

Location: Ayer Rajah Food Centre, 503 West Coast Drive #01-38, 120503

Contact: No contact number

Website: https://guide.michelin.com/sg/en/singapore-region/singapore/restaurant/hong-kong-yummy-soup

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#10 – Power Rojak Bandung


Rojak Bandung Sotong is a Singapore dish which got no association with the Indonesian City, Bandung. Rojak Bandung Sotong is Rojak with shrimp paste, Cuttlefish with Kang Kong, and Satay Bee Hoon combined into one big mess. I was a bit comprehensive, but I realised my worries were unfounded after the first bite. You can either call this a noodle dish or call it is a salad. Nevertheless, the Bee Hoon with lots of grounded peanuts is good till the last drop. (Burgernbacon.com)

Menu Items:

  • Rojak Bandung
  • Rojak Petis
  • Chicken Porridge

Location: Blk 503 West Coast Drive#01-63 Ayer Rajah Food Centre S120503

Contact: +65 9067095

Website: https://www.facebook.com/PowerRojakBandung/


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