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Berseh Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Berseh Food Centre

Built in 1975, Berseh Food Centre is not that big, nor that well-known, however it holds a host of hawker gems, from vast one-dish wonders like Lim’s Fried Oyster to slowly-disappearing specials like shark jelly and turtle soup. Though it doesn’t command the thronging crowds or lines of devoted food lover fans, the two-storey food place stays a firm preferred for the older generation, who bear in mind when the close-by New World Amusement Park was just one of the hottest spots in Singapore. Steeped in memories as well as fond memories, the food there is much more than a delicious dish, it’s a fond nod to the gold old days of yesteryear. Here’s our take on the top 10 best eats at Berseh Food Centre.

#1 – Fu Zhou Poh Hwa Oyster Cake

Introduction:Tucked away at Berseh Hawker Centre lies Fu Zhou Oyster Cake where they have actually been dishing out delicious oyster cakes given that 1982! Being experts just in one product, they have absolutely mastered their craft. The stall remains to draw a dedicated following of clients to now. With Oyster Cake being a typical special and also having just a couple of stalls in Singapore serving them, this is a definite must-try!

Menu Items:

  • Oyster Cake

Location: Berseh Food Centre 166 Jln Besar, #02-34 Singapore 208877

Contact: +65 8112 5286

Website: https://m.facebook.com/Fu-Zhou-Poh-Hwa-Oyster-Cake-403995279628755/


#2 – Sheng Kee Curry Chicken Noodle

Introduction: Sheng Kee Curry Chicken Noodle sells curry chicken noodles with either yellow noodles or mee hoon. Seen right here is with yellow noodles and chicken thigh meat. Contains fish cake pieces, potatoes and also tau pok as well.

The curry sauce, absorbing the springy yellow noodles and some bean sprouts, is the watery kind, gently zesty with great flavours. The white chicken thigh is instead smooth and tender with really smooth chicken skin. The curry potato is decent also, though it would certainly have been better if it is softer. The tau pok is really flavourful with curry sauce, as well as the fish cake is rather bouncy and soft. Comes offered with a light spicy chilli paste with really good shrimp flavours that blends actually well with the curry sauce.

Menu Items:

  • Curry Chicken Noodles

Location: 166 Jln Besar, Singapore 208877

Website: https://foodinloveid.com/2019/03/28/singapore-sheng-kee-curry-chicken-noodle-berseh-food-centre/


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#3 – Fu He Delights

Introduction: Known more for its turtle soups at Berseh Food Centre, Fu He Delights still thrills customers with its Claypot Rice dish. Numerous designs of soups, such as the Ginseng Black Chicken, Shi Quan Duck Soup as well as Lotus Root with Pork Ribs are made use of to pair with the Claypot Rice. So this is no normal claypot rice meal as when it is offered on your table front, it is sizzling hot. The crackling sound of the soup coupled with the warm pot of aromatic rice will certainly have the ability to make you sharpen your hunger ready once served. You might such as the chicken, vegetables as well as lap cheong however the dark sauce as well as pleasant chilli sauce really boost the flavours of the claypot rice dish. You might wait up to 25 mins or longer throughout the peak hours or two.

Menu Items:

  • Herbal Turtle Soup

Location: 166 Jalan Besar #02-40 Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 208877

Contact: +65 6294 9203

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


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#4 – Self-Made Fish Balls

Introduction: Making excellent quality standard fish balls by hand is a tiresome and also taxing procedure, so it’s no wonder several fish ball noodles stalls rely upon factory-made ones rather. Handcrafted ones are much less commonly found nowadays. Self-Made Fish Ball, as the name suggests, still does, as they do their Teochew meatballs. 

Menu Items:

  • Fishball Noodles

Location: 166 Jalan Besar #02-60 Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 208877.



#5 – Lim’s Fried Oysters

Introduction: Have you ever bought oyster omelette, and it is offered with the smallest kind of oysters? It is truly unsatisfactory. The good news is, it will certainly never happen at Lim Fried Oyster. Tucked in Berseh Food Centre, Lim Fried Oyster is a crowd favourite among Singaporeans. Noteworthy for its huge as well as fresh oysters, each and every item of the oyster is genuinely noticeable to the camera! A shock crunch in every bite. Combine it along with homemade chilli sauce to have a burst of flavours in your mouth. You can never go wrong with abundant, zesty, and also spicy chilli sauce!

Menu Items:

  • Oyster Omelette

Location: 166 Jalan Besar #01-32 Berseh Food Centre, Singapore, Singapore



#6 – Tree Coconut

Introduction: Tree Coconut carries on a household legacy of dishing out tasty nasi lemak. The delay is presently run by a two-person staff: Charlene, the OG hawker’s daughter, and also her close friend Yuting. The Nasi Lemak Establish comes with an egg, chicken wing, and a side of sambal. We added a piece of Otah as well as were given a side of Ikan Bilis to complete the plate. The thick chilli boosted the preference of coconut milk. The flavours bloomed across our palate, with the chilli supplying a sharp kick to round it off. The two parts enhanced each other flawlessly.

Menu Items:

  • Nasi Lemak

Location: 166 Jln Besar, #01-27, Singapore 208877

Contact: +65 8181 9545

Website: https://www.facebook.com/treecoconut.sg/

#7 – Hock Kee Fried Kway Teow

Introduction: Hock Kee Fried Kway Teow sells just fried kway teow. This fried kway teow contains see hum, lap cheong pieces as well as fish cake slices with egg, bean sprouts as well as lard mix fried in a mix of kway teow and yellow noodles with black sauce included. The fried kway teow combination has a bit much more kway teow than yellow noodles. It is slightly moist and also does not taste wonderful. It has a moderate little bit of good wok hei flavours. Rather likeable.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Kway Teow

Location: Berseh Food Centre, #01-16, 166 Jln Besar, Singapore 208877



#8 – Special Chilli Yong Tau Foo

Introduction: An assortment of pre-cooked components goes with noodles and veggies produced this preferred standard Hakka meal. Besides the soupy and also the completely dry version, there is one more version of Yong Tau Foo that splashes with the sauce over the ingredients and usually opts for simple rice. Whatever it is, Yong Tau Foo is constantly classified as a healthier food and that’s explained why the line generally comprises primarily the girls.

Menu Items:

  • Yong Tau Foo

Location: 166 Jalan Berseh #01-16 Berseh Food Centre SINGAPORE 208877

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


#9 – Coffee Hut

Introduction: We were very impressed with Coffee Hut as its surroundings and stall was very neat and tidy, unlike the majority of hawker stalls you find. Something about this shop gives it the charm and feel of a little quaint cafe. We ordered Set B – which came with 2 kaya & butter toast, and the signature milk coffee. The total came up to $3.50, which is reasonable as the house blend coffee is made in only very small batches per order, and the tasty kaya is homemade. 

Menu Items:

  • Set A
    • 2 Toasted Kaya/ Butter Bread, 2 Half-Boiled Eggs , Coffee / Tea (Price $3.80)
  • Set B
    • 2 Toasted Kaya/ Butter Bread, Coffee / Tea (Price $2.70)
  • Set C
    • 2 Baguette French Toast, Coffee/Tea (Price $3.70)
  • Set D
    • 2 French-Toasted Bread, Coffee/Tea (Price $2.20)

Location:166 Jalan Besar#02-43 Berseh Food Centre Singapore 208877

Webs te: https://www.burpple.com/cofe-hut-jln-berseh-fc


#10 – Mei Xiang Black & White Fish Soup

Introduction: Having been around for over a years at Berseh Food Centre, Mei Xiang Black & White Fish Soup whips up a mouth-watering bowl of mixed fish soup. Identify the queue on the 2nd floor during lunch time and also you will certainly understand how well-liked the stall is! The gaining factor is the robust supply. One sip and also it’s apparent that the stock was the outcome of hrs of simmering fish bones to produce such wonderful and also full-bodied flavours. On rainy days, we’re quite sure the slurp-worthy soup will certainly be gone in a blink of an eye.

Menu Items:

  • Menu Item A (Price $12)
  • Menu Item B (Price $15)
  • Menu Item C (Price $22)
  • Menu Item D (Price $15)

Location: 166 Jalan Besar, Berseh Food Centre #02-44, Singapore 208877



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