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Boon Lay Place Food Village

Top 10 Best Eats at Boon Lay Place Food Village

Boon Lay Place Food Village is a hawker centre in Boon Lay that houses a variety of awesome stalls selling delicious local food. While less known to the rest of Singapore, it is a popular dining spot for residents and workers in the area. And it is not uncommon to spot NTU students driving here from their hostels to enjoy a late night supper. The prices are extremely reasonable since this is a neighbourhood eatery. If you happen to be at the western end of Singapore, here are our recommended food stalls to try. 

Boon Lay Place Food Village

#1 – Ghee Huat Fried Oyster

Introduction:

Ghee Huat is known for its delicious and favourful fried kway teow and fried oyster omelette. The stall serves plate of satisfying comfort food for their customers. Come in and find out if they are the best fried osyter omelette in town! If you love their dish, give them your vote now!

Menu Items:

  • Fried Oyster (Price $5)
  • Char Kway Teow (Price $4)

Location: 221B Boon Lay Place
#01-111 Boon Lay Place Food Village
Singapore 642221

Contact: –

Website: https://www.burpple.com/ghee-huat-fried-oyster

 


#2 – Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak

Introduction:

Journey to the west for this stall in Boon Lay. The rice here is good enough to have alone with their sweet and spicy sambal — served warm, with the perfect amount of moisture. However, the Nasi Lemak Chicken Set ($3.50) elevates the basics with a chunky, juicy chicken wing fried to a delightful golden-brown, a fried egg with an oozy yolk and anchovies. If you’re feeling peckish, add a begedil ($0.50) or otah ($1.50). (Burpple Guides from Burpple)

Menu Items:

  • Nasi Lemak Chicken Set (Price $4)
  • Chicken Wing(Price $2)
  • Egg (Price $0.50)
  • Sambal Sotong (Price $$3.50 )

Location: Blk 221A/B, Boon Lay Place Singapore, Singapore 641221

Contact: +65 6266 4466

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

 


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#3 – Chong Pang Huat Chicken Wings

Introduction:

There are a few outlets and Chong Pang Huat serves BBQ Chicken Wings, Satay and Spring Chicken. The BBQ chicken wings is price at $1.30 and I love the texture of the skin and once you bite the juices oozes out and bite out the meat of the chicken wings. Yum Yum and shiokness. The lime also a good sauce to spice up the taste and together with the chili. Each person is never enough with only 2 pieces of BBQ chicken wings. (holiao.la)

Menu Items:

  • Spring Chicken (Price $17.60)
  • Chicken Wing(4 pcs)(Price $9.9)

Location:221A Boon Lay Pl, #01-127, Singapore 641221

Contact: –

Website: https://www.facebook.com/CPHCW/reviews

 


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#4 – Ho Huat Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee

Introduction:

It s one of the most inexpensive truffle-infused dishes you can purchase; I am confident that truffle carrot cake is a must-try menu item for all my fellow supporters of truffle on anything. If you are in the mood for feasting, choose the Hokkien Prawn Mee, which will cost you S$4.50 or S$5.50 for one plate.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee (Price $5)

Location:221B Boon Lay Place
#01-135 Boon Lay Place Food Village
Singapore 642221

Contact: +65 62681033

Website: https://www.burpple.com/ho-huat-fried-prawn-mee

 


#5 – Lin Ji Yu Tang Yu Zhou

Introduction:

The soup had an inviting smell of coriander and tasted fairly prominent of fish sauce. In comparison, I also enjoyed that the soup wasn’t peppery. The fish slices were soft and tasted as if marinated.

Menu Items:

  • Fish Porridge (Price $5/$6)
  • Sliced Fish Bee Hoon (Price $5/$6)
  • Fish Head Soup (Price $6/$8)
  • Red Grouper Fish Head Soup (Price $10/$12)

Location: 01-129, Boon Lay Place Food Village, 221B BOON LAY PLACE, 642221

Contact: –

Website: https://www.jointhawker.com/en/shops/35842

 



#6 – Xin Sheng Gor Hiong Prawn Cracker

Introduction:

The original outlet in Boon Lay has been serving the dish for over 70 years, and the well-organised menu with pictures has clear prices stated. Quality is pretty good, especially when eaten hot and freshly fried. Taking pride in their generous, chunky portions of handmade ingredients that are served less oily, the 3rd-gen owners tried opening several more locations, but only 2 stalls remain today. What I like here is the thick tender 5 spice roll, with its meaty savoury sweet salty flavour. And the crispy disc-shaped prawn cracker fritters with a light shattering crunch and lovely savoury shrimpy sweet flavour. The other ingredients have that similarly nostalgic, old-school taste. Yes, I did travel out of the way just to eat this… thrice. (Ivan Teh from Burpple) 

Menu Items:

Location:

221B Boon Lay Place
#01-164 Boon Lay Place Food Village
Singapore 642221

Contact:

Website: https://www.burpple.com/xin-sheng-gor-hiong-prawn-cracker

 


#7 – Boon Lay Fried Carrot Cake & Kway Teow Mee

Introduction:

One of the breakfast staples for most Singaporeans is definitely Fried Carrot Cake, and we have just the spot for all you Westies to check out! Located at Boon Lay Food Village lies Boon Lay Fried Carrot Cake & Kway Teow Mee, a popular stall that serves their Fried Carrot Cake with the most amazing wok hei! For all you fried carrot cake lovers, this is definitely a spot to check out! Established in 1956, Boon Lay Fried Carrot Cake & Kway Teow Mee is run by a husband-and-wife duo and continues drawing crowds for their popular fried carrot cake to this day! Not only that, they also serve a tasty char kway teow as well! Although the stall offers both the white and black versions of their fried carrot cake, it is the latter that definitely has customers coming back for more! (Singaporefoodie.com)

Menu Items:

Location: 221B Boon Lay Place
#01-125 Boon Lay Place Food Village
Singapore 642221

Contact: –

Website: https://www.burpple.com/boon-lay-fried-carrot-cake

 


#8 – Lian Yi BBQ Seafood

Introduction: This is probably one of the best sambal stingrays that I have tried, because of its incredible smokiness. Their sambal do pack a punch, but is really rich. Do get avocado juice from a nearby drink stall to cool the spice! (Jason Ng from Burpple)

Menu Items:

  • Fish (Price $12-$25)
  • Sotong (Price $10-$15)
  • Prawn (Price $20-$50)
  • Lala (Price $10-$15)

Location:221B Boon Lay Pl, #01-161, Singapore 642221

Contact: –

Website: https://m.facebook.com/Xin-Lian-Yi-BBQ-Seafood-101088115841299

 


#9 – Heng Huat Boon Lay Boneless Duck Noodles

Introduction:

Came here multiple time for this but they usually sold out before 9.30am. Slightly luckier today as they are still open but the duck are all gone, left with braised pork belly. No Duck, Pork Belly also ok lah. Lucky I decided to get it as their braised pork belly is one or the best I have tried.Cannot imagine such chunky slices of pork belly can be so tender that melts in your mouth.

Menu Items:

Location: 221B Boon Lay Place
#01-140 Boon Lay Place Food Village
Singapore 642221

Contact: –

Website: https://www.burpple.com/heng-huat-boon-lay-boneless-duck-noodles

 


#10 – Boon Lay Satay

Introduction: The BEST satay in Singapore is boon lay satay (01-150) at boon lay place market and food village! Was introduced to this stall years ago and i the eastie fell in loveeeeee with it! It is my must buy food whenever at boon lay market! The wait for it is always at least 30mins-1 hour super duper long! At 60 cents a piece, it is affordable and it has a huge portion of chicken meat! I like how there is noooo fats in the chicken satay! It is also very juicy, tender and soft! Their bbq skills is also good and their satay is only less than 10% chaotah.

Having raved so much about it, my parents had waited a super long time for me to dabao it back from boon lay all the way to the east! But alas, when it is dabao-ed and endured a 45mins journey; the satay wasnt as juicy and soft as how i remember it to be. So if you want to taste it at perfection, recommend to dine in instead of takeaway! (Spoons of Delight from Burpple)

Menu Items:

  • Chicken Wings(2 Pcs)(Price$4.70)
  • Laksa(Price $6.3)
  • Chicken Satay (10 Pcs) (Price $12.4)
  • Mutton Satay (10 Pcs) (Price $12.4)
  • Pork Satay (10Pcs)(Price $12.4)

Location:
Boon Lay Place Block 221A Market & Food Centre, 221A Boon Lay Place Singapore, Singapore 641221

Contact: +65 9695 9439

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

 


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