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Dunman Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Dunman Food Centre

Dunman Food Centre is one of the smallest hawker centres in Singapore. Its size just make it easy to choose a food stall to eat (since there are limited options) in this two storey food centre located at the joint of Dunman Road as well as Onan Road. Built in 1974, Dunman Food Centre is just one of the oldest hawker centres developed by the federal government. There have to do with 30 prepared food stalls in this food centre. Virtually every stall is a good food stall. Yet if you are undecided, this is our top 10 list for you to consider.

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#1 – Dunman Duck Rice

Introduction: Dunman Road is a hotspot for the Dunman Road wanton mee and their firm handfast fans give in to the temptation of frequenting Dunman Road in the effort of obtaining their favourite food combination. Nevertheless, thankfully, there are numerous other well-loved specialty food vendors in this venue which Dunman Duck rice is an instance of. Although the joint has been their most frequent go-to, they have yet to explore other stalls. The braised duck was served with the sticky sauce, they think that the sauce was too thick and starchy, the flavour was a little bland and weak on it, in fact, it was lacking any appreciable herbal taste that they have a preference for.

Menu Items:

  • Duck rice
  • Kway chap
  • Pig intestine
  • Fishcake
  • Braised beancurd
  • Braised egg

Price range: ~$5 per pax

Location: 271 Onan Rd, #01-10, Singapore 424661

Website: Website Link Here


#2 – Dunman Road Char Siew Wanton Mee

Introduction: Dunman Char Siew Wanton Mee, one of the well-known stalls in Dunman Food Center, has now been in Eunos. The wanton noodles stall with its beloved spicy chiili sauce has a stall in a HDB coffee shop in Eunos Crescent. The bowl of noodles is quite generous for the price of $3 in Singapore. The noodles were served with a light broth and topped with char siew, wantons, and vegetables. Red chili sauce was placed alongside the dish to allow you to mix it in to your liking.

Menu Items:

  • Wanton Mee

Price range: ~$3 – $3.50

Location: 271 Onan Rd, #02-19, Singapore 424768

Contact: +65 9631 1637

Website: Website Link Here


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#3 – Say Seng Tau Kwa Pau

Introduction: Taukwa pau is beancurd cubes with a blend of braised egg yolk, cucumbers, fried yam, pork, and fried fish cake. To complete this creation, the sesame-flavored mixture is separated by a generous pour of braised duck sauce. This lavish meal is offered at Say Seng Taukwa Pau for $1.50 apiece.

Menu Items:

  • Tao kwa pau
  • Dark rice

Price range: ~$1.50 each

Location: 271 Onan Rd, #01-05, Singapore 424768

Contact: +65 9488 7736

Website: Website Link Here


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#4 – Lau Hong Ser Rojak

Introduction: Mr Lim Khai Ngee has been running Lau Hong Ser Rojak for the last 48 years and continues to serve one of the best rojak in Singapore to this day. His brother’s Bukit Mertajam prawn paste is the cornerstone of every good rojak sauce. Additionally, he grinds, fries, and grills his own peanuts! Not only that, he barbecues the youtiao and tau pok and prepares his own chilli paste.

Menu Items:

  • Rojak

Price range: ~$2 – $6

Location: 271 Onan Rd, #02-14, Singapore 424768

Contact: +65 6346 6519

Website: Website Link Here


#5 – Jia Dong Shu Shi Popiah

Introduction: Jia Dong Shu Shi is a Popiah stall with a movie theater at the old Palace Theatre along East Coast Road in the late 1970s. It began as a cart outside the theater, and augmented into a stall afterwards. The meaty prawns and Chinese sausage add a bouncy texture to the pandan so it does not fall apart. With you dig into this food, you could receive a mouthful that’s indulgent in lard bits and relishes.

Menu Items:

  • Popiah

Price range: ~$1.70

Location: 271 Onan Rd, #02-17, Singapore 424768

Website: Website Link Here


#6 – Rong Ji Chicken Rice

Introduction: While chicken rice is what you’re most recognized for at Rung Ji Chicken Rice, a lot of your clients are ordering up the chicken porridge too. While referred to as a porridge, it’s more rice-based in a bowl that’s super thick, as you wouldn ‘t want to have to be concerned about it not being too watery or diluted in that sense. 

Menu Items:

  • Chicken Rice
  • Pork Porridge
  • Chicken Porridge
  • Fish Porridge

Price range: ~$3 – $4

Location: 271 Onan Rd, #02-13 Singapore 424768

Contact: +65 8685 8808

Website: Website Link Here


#7 – Gina’s Vadai

Introduction: Prawn Vadai is among the available options at $1.20, or you can select a peanut salad or Ikan Billis salad for $1.50. The Vadai’s outer shell is crispy on the outside and golden inside, with a secret mix of spices mingled with batter. Gina and a Vadai feature green chilli as well. The stall has become so well-known that it has attracted hordes of media coverage and numerous dedicated enthusiasts. Moreover, it is worth sampling some of the deep-fried goodness without having to count calories.

Menu Items:

  • Laksa Goreng
  • Chicken Curry Puff
  • Pizza Vadai
  • Goreng Goreng ( Bee Hoon, Rice & Mee )

Price range: ~1.50 – $8

Location: 271 Onan Rd, #01-06 Singapore 424768

Contact: +65 9175 8057

Website: Website Link Here

#8 – Heng Heng Prawn Mee Soup

Introduction: This vendor has been running this vendor stall for more than twenty years, and for quite a long time now the quality of their prawn noodles has grown beyond all expectations. I think of the magic of a superb prawn noodle bowl as a mixture of its cleverly prepared pale brown broth that is filled up with noodles. You never know what I’m talking about until I drag your tongue here!

Menu Items:

  • Prawn Mee Soup

Price range: ~$3

Location:Dunman Food Centre #02-12 Onan Road Singapore 424768

Website: Website Link Here


#9 – Dunman Fried Kway Teow

Introduction: We especially like this stall’s char kway teow that features noodles prepared in the wok hei style. It would seem less famous than the Joo Chiat Place Fried Kway Teow. Perhaps not as famous as the Katong Jago rendition, but the chefs still serve up a tasty platter of noodles that doesn t skimp on the wok hei-style fried kway teow, Hokkien mee, and oyster omelette. It’s a second-generation hawker stall, too.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles
  • Oyster Omelette

Price range: ~$2.50

Location: 28 Fried Kway Teow Dunman Food Centre 271 Onan Road #02-28 Singapore 424768

Website: Website Link Here


#10 – OK Zhen Hao

Introduction: Just like many other Cze Char stalls in the Hawker, the menu was clearly stated on the display screen with clear pricing. Yet, many seafood dishes are determined by season. The best dish of the night was this steamed seabass with bean sauce. It can be served either in the Hong Kong Steamed Style or the Bean Sauce Style. The fish was perfectly steamed and its meat remained bouncy without losing its texture and taste. The fish is both enjoyable and hearty even without sitting on a rice bowl.

Menu Items:

  • Bean Sauce Steamed Seabass
  • Sambal Sweet Potato Leaves
  • Steamed Chicken with Mushroom in Fermented Bean Sauce

Price range: ~$6 – $18++

Location: Duman Food Centre, 271, Onan Road #02-20, Singapore 42467

Contact: +65 9434 0043

Website: Website Link Here


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