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Top 10 Best Eats at Blk 115 Bukit Merah View Food Centre

Among other hawker centres in the Redhill area such as ABC Brickworks Food Centre, Alexandra Village Food Centre, and Redhill 85 Food Centre, perhaps 115 Bukit Merah View Food Centre is less talked-about. However, there are a few well-known stalls that draw people from miles away to this location in Singapore. Check out our top 10 eating stalls that you should try if you are visiting this food centre at Bukit Merah.

Bukit Merah View Food Centre

#1 – Happy Duck Braised Duck Rice & Kway Chap

Introduction: For the amount of meat you’ve selected, including as most eggs as half-eggs and tofu slices, the Duck   Rice is a great deal. The duck was composed of juicy and tender meat, and I would have to say that the accompanying gravy really helped intensify the duck’s flavour. Dense and flavourful rice was also on the menu, so it fit our specific tastes.

Menu Items:

  • Signature Duck Rice ( Price $3.50)

Location: 115 Bukit Merah View #01-38 Bukit Merah View Market & Hawker Centre Singapore 151115

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – 71 Lor Mee

Introduction: Lor Mee is nothing extravagant. Rather, it is ordinary stuff made from various ingredients that make up the bowl of Lor Mee. These ingredients include slices of Ngoh Hiong, fish cakes and Lor Bak, as well as crunchy bits. In the Lor (gravy), the food is more crisp, and it doesn’t seem a bit “gelat” by the end. Overall, if you prefer a lighter and simpler taste in Lor Mee, this will be your take!

Menu Items:

  • Lor Mee (Price $4/$5/$6)

Location:115 Bukit Merah View, #01-71, Singapore 151115

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – Chai Chuan Tou Yang Rou Tang

Introduction: Chai Chuan Tou Yang Rou Tang was formerly located at the former Supreme Court, before moving to Bukit Merah Hawker Centre. The owner Mdm Koh, gained more than 33 years of experience in the sale of mutton soup and mastered the trade by watching and experimenting with help from another hawker. She competed until she perfected the perfect blend of seasonings and herbs. The mutton soup is rich, slightly sweet, with a herbal taste that’s not too overpowering. Additionally, there’s a taste of fresh garlic that’s not too strong as well.

Menu Items:

  • Yang Rou Tang (Price $5/$6/$7/$8)

Location:  115 Bukit Merah View, #01-51, Singapore 151115

Contact: +65 9109 5631

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#4 – 786 Char Kway Teow

Introduction: The one and only dish is aware that only 786 Char Kway Teow are special, and their  wok hei  factor makes them yummy. We’re sure that you’ll agree that a Chinese-style Char Kway Teow is substantially different from your usual Kway Teow Goreng. There’s something distinctive about that wok hei factor that’s different delicious.

Menu Items:

  • Char Kway Teow (Price $3.50/$4.50/$5.50)

Location: 115 Bukit Merah View, #01-28, Singapore 151115

Contact: +65 9007 7466

Website: Website Link Here

 


#5 – Yong Chun Wanton Noodle

Introduction: A happy couple first launched Yong Chun Wan Ton Noodle, which has a long-standing reputation for serving traditional-style wanton mee in the Bukit Merah View Food Centre area for 10 years. This mee stall produces scrumptious traditional wanton mee handed down from one of the proprietors’ maternal grandmother, who has been plying her trade as a hawker since she was a child. The most typical aroma of the lovely mee is the charred char meat! Rather than roasting the meat, the stall uses  Ma Jie , a cooking method whereby the meat is placed in a wok.

Menu Items:

  • Wanton Noodle (Price $3/$4/$5)
  • Wanton Soup (Price $3/$4/$5)
  • Oyster Sauce Vegetable (Price $3/$4/$5)
  • Chicken Feet Noodle (Price $3.50/$4.50)

Location: 115 Bukit Merah View, 01-56 Henderson Rd, Hawker Centre, 151115

Contact: +65 9028 1285

Website: Website Link Here

 



#6 – Bukit Merah View Fishball Minced Meat Noodle

Introduction: This Mee Pok restaurant has a dry flour base featuring tender pork meat, fish cake slices, and bean sprouts. A bowl of soup comes with a few fishballs and a slightly battered pork meat ball. Toss and stir the noodles with the chili sauce and lard pieces at the bowl’s bottom, mixing it well and obtaining a delicious and filling combination.

Menu Items:

  • Fishball Noodle (Price $3/$3.50)
  • Kway Teow Soup (Price $3/$3.50)
  • Laksa (Price $3/$3.50)

Location: 115 Bukit Merah View, #01-45, Singapore 151115

Contact: +65 9487 2777

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – Na Na Homemade Curry

Introduction: Na Na Homemade Curry’s first outlet at Marina South in that year, made a name for itself fairly quickly and was a hit amongst avid curry fans who would travel all the way there just to have their favourite dose of spicy curry. However, a spike in rental rates forced the decision to relocate. In 1996, NTUC Fairprice caught on the curry fever and opened a chain of franchised stalls with the popular Na Na Homemade Curry brand. This collaboration lasted over a period of 3 years.
Today, Na Na Homemade Curry has 4 outlets in Singapore (Bedok North, Bukit Merah View, Commonwealth Crescent and Jurong East). These stalls stayed true to the authenticity of the original NNHC stall.


NNHC has a manufacturing arm to prepare pre-packed curry paste for distribution. The business is currently being handed over to the next generation of the Yap family, with e-commerce and home deliveries of ready-cooked curries and accompanying condiments being the latest offerings for Singapore.

Menu Items:

  • Curry Fish Head (Price $32)
  • Curry Mutton (Price $5.50)
  • Curry Vegetables (Price $3.60)
  • Curry Chicken Drumstick (Price $4.60)

Location: 115 Bukit Merah View, #01-47, Singapore 151115

Contact: +65 9106 4316

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 – Sisaket Thai Food

Introduction: Though straight from the pot it was piping hot, the fragrant aroma of basil, long beans, and the minced chicken was enough to make our mouths water and our eyes water. The chicken was juicy enough without being overly watery, with the heady notes of spice coming from the generous amount of chili paste. The composition of textures from the crunchy beans to the bites of meat to the soft gooey egg and sauce-mixed rice resulted in an extremely satisfying mouthful.

Menu Items:

  • Seafood Fried Rice (Price $4.50)
  • Black Olive Fried Rice (Price $4.50)
  • Tom yam Soup (Price $5.50)
  • Phad Thai (Price $4.50)

Location: 115 Bukit Merah View, #01-01, Singapore 151115

Contact: +65 8387 4515

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Bukit Merah View Carrot Cake

Introduction: Bukit Merah View Carrot Cake is a well-loved gem in Bukit Merah known for its incredible and delicious fried carrot cake and 60 years of family heritage. It is owned by two brothers who both work as wok masters, and one who does the prep work. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper, these folks operate two shifts a day from as early as 7:30 AM till as late as 1:30 AM daily.

Menu Items:

  • Carrot Cake (Price $3/$4/$5)

Location: 115 Bukit Merah View, #01-37, Singapore 151115

Contact: +65 9689 8696

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – Charcoal Grilled

Introduction: Charcoal Grilled generates excellently tasty satay. With options in pork, chicken and mutton, the satay are cooked to perfection, with a slightly charred taste, in addition to a sweet caramalised flavour. The meat and pork are juicy and tender. The satay sauce used here is something new and uncommon nowadays.

Menu Items:

  • Rojak (Price $2.50/$3/$5)
  • Chicken Satay (Price $0.60)
  • Mutton Satay (Price $0.60)
  • Ketupat (Price $0.60)

Location: 115 Bukit Merah View, #01-09, Singapore 151115

Contact: +65 9271 2208

Website: Website Link Here

 


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