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Haig Road Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Haig Road Food Centre

Built in 1977, the hawker centre at Blk 13 / 14 Haig Road is easily visible from Changi Road. Comprising 72 cooked food stalls and 146 market stalls, its ideal location as well as the wide selection of affordable hawker fare have attracted many residents and working professionals around the vicinity. Popular with locals and tourists alike, these are our top 10 picks that you should try at least once. 

Haig Road Food Centre

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  • Mouthwatering Mee Goreng: Try the rich, spicy flavors of authentic Indian mee goreng.
  • Succulent Satay: Savour tender, smoky satay with a side of delicious peanut sauce.
  • Crispy Roti Prata: Indulge in flaky, crispy roti prata served with savory curry.
  • Fragrant Nasi Padang: Dive into aromatic rice dishes with a variety of sumptuous sides.
  • Chilled Ice Kacang: Cool down with a refreshing bowl of ice kacang topped with sweet syrup.
  • Hearty Nasi Lemak: Enjoy fragrant coconut rice served with flavorful condiments.

#1 – V2 Clay Pot Corner

Introduction: Claypot lovers, Collect your own claypot at Claypot Corner with a variety of delicious and affordable dishes. Its original Claypot Rice features a generous portion of rice, chicken cubes, Chinese sausage slices, and vegetables. A generous portion of dark sauce is mixed with the rice; its sweetness blends well with the bitter wok hei and burnt crisp bits.

Menu Items:

  • Claypot Rice Chicken/ Pork Ribs
  • Claypot Noodles
  • Claypot Bak Kut Teh
  • Claypot Braised Pig’s Trotter

Location: 14 Haig Road, Haig Road Market & Food Centre, #01-52 Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: 11am – 7pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here

#2 – Afandi Hawa & Family Mee Rebus

Introduction: One of the better mee rebus around for its delicious, slurp-worthy gravy! It was viscous without being overly rich (unlike others we’ve tried), and swelled with notes of shrimp, flower crab, and mutton. Truly delightful! The indulgent gravy nicely coated the yellow noodles with lime, herbs, sliced green chilli, and beansprouts served on the side for crunch and texture. Do consider adding on their soft taukwa or begedil (+50c) to soak up any leftover gravy! (Cafehoppingkids at Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Mee Rebus
  • Gado-gado
  • Soto Ayam

Location: 14 Haig Road, Haig Road Market & Food Centre, #01-21 Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: 10.30am – 08:00pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here

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#3 – Lin Yu Mei Kolo Mee

Introduction: The noodle comes with char siew, minced pork, lard, fried shallots, spring onions and an optional dollop of their homemade fiery chilli. The curly egg noodles are tossed in soy sauce and shallot oil that makes it very fragrant. It is also very Q (springy) with a firm bite and it does not have any preservatives/alkaline taste. Their takeaway packaging is as simple as wrapping the noodles on a piece of plastic and tying a knot on top. (Triffany Lim from Buple)

Menu Items:

  • Sarawak Laksa
  • Kolo Mee

Location: 14 Haig Road, Haig Road Market & Food Centre, #01-33 Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: 09:00 am – 08:00pm (Wed – Mon), Tues (Closed)

Website: Website Link Here

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#4 – Warong Sudi Mampir

Introduction: The charcoal-grilled satay at Warong Sudi Mampir is smoky, not too sweet and is marinated lightly so you can still taste the flavour of the meat. The rich and creamy chunky satay sauce also reins in the sweetness. The soft, yet firm compact ketupat (rice cake) in the sauce melts in your mouth. Their chicken satay uses breast meat which can be a tad dry, and Warong also serves hati (liver) and babat (tripe) – both beef – but their mutton satay is definitely the star here.

Menu Items:

  • Charcoal-grilled Satay
  • Hati (liver)
  • Babat (tripe)
  • Mutton satay
  • Compact Ketupat (rice cake)

Location: 14 Haig Road, Haig Road Market & Food Centre, #01-19 Singapore 430014

Opening Hour:

Mon, Tue & Fri 10.30am – 07:00pm;
Sat & Sun 10.30am – 05:00pm

Website: Website Link Here

#5 – Hollywood Canteen ZhenGuang Wantan Noodles

Introduction: Of all the wanton mee stalls that are open for breakfast at Haig Road Hawker Centre, the one I like best is “Zhenguang Hollywood Wantan Noodles” at #01-67.

This place is “old school” and that’s precisely why they are my top pick. There is no rushing or shortcuts for these folks when it comes to preparing each plate, but the great thing is they are aware they take more time. So for customers’ convenience, like on all my previous visits, they will ask you to take a seat and then serve you your order when it’s ready.

I like the chilli and the texture of the noodles here – they always arrive already evenly mixed by the hawker. So if you start eating immediately, there’s minimal tossing to be done. What’s more, their dumplings are very fresh-tasting and well-seasoned. A serving gets you four of them, which I think, is really good value. (Veronica Phua from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Wanton Noodles
  • Dumpling Noodles
  • Chicken Feet Noodles
  • Laksa

Location: 14 Haig Road, Haig Road Market & Food Centre, #01-67 Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: Wed – Mon 06:00am – 03:00pm (Tues off)

Website: Website Link Here

#6 – HJ Waliti HJ Mazuki

Introduction: Tried the Soto Ayam from “H.J. Walita H. J. Mazuki” at Haig Road Market & Food Centre (#01-18) for the first time today. Didn’t notice the @makansutrasingapore decal with 6-chopstick rating on their signboard till after I ordered but yay!! Glad to know my “good food hunting” instincts weren’t wrong. What a tasty bowl it turned out to be. The aromatic gravy was thicker than others and quite complex in flavour due to the plentiful spices and addition of coconut milk. There’s plenty of shredded chicken breast meat and ketupat (compressed rice cake) in my bowl but yet I couldn’t resist adding a Begedil because I think the spiced potato patty is shiok mashed up in the gravy. (Veronica Phua from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Mee Rebus
  • Soto Ayam
  • Mee Soto
  • Bubur Ayam

Location: 14 Haig Road, Haig Road Market & Food Centre, #01-18 Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: Sat – Thurs 6am – 7pm (Fri off)

Website: Website Link Here

#7 – Haig Road Putu Piring


Here, traditional techniques are still practiced, such as marinating the rice flour overnight, steaming and sieving it countless times, and adding salt water to the mix so it won’t be tasteless. Even the gula melaka used here is imported from Java, pure with a hint of smoky, savoury flavours.

“A good putu piring uses quality ingredients. Our rice flour is also top grade, so it’s very soft and silky. Even for the gula melaka, we tried the refined ones before but the smell and taste is just different. It doesn’t go with our flour,” says Aisha.

Menu Items:

  • putu piring (5pcs)

Location:14 Haig Road, Haig Road Market & Food Centre, #01-07 Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: 11:00 am – 10:30pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here


#8 -Tong Kee Traditional Braised Duck

Introduction: The only stall that probably is the most recognizable would be Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring (Stall 01-18), which has won plenty of accolades prior to also being featured on Netflix’s Street Food. Nonetheless, there are still several hidden gems from mee soto, mee rubus to even a braised duck rice that was recommended by @misstamchiak. Coming here for lunch, I honestly have no idea what to eat except the wanton noodles and kolo mee which I had previously, but from the blog article, the braised duck rice caught my attention. From Stall 01-58, Tong Kee Traditional Braised Duck Rice might not look attractive from stall front, but the quality and flavour of the food more than makes up from it. There’s absolutely no gaminess from the duck meat and the braised rice that comes with it is perfumed with hints of herbs. The game changer for me, in addition to the duck meat, is the chilli sauce that you definitely have to get as it takes the flavour up a notch by balancing the savouriness of the braise with the tanginess of the chilli.

  • Braised Duck Rice
  • Braised Duck Kway Chap
  • Braised Duck Porridge

Location: 14 Haig Rd, #01-58, Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: 10am-4pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here


#9 – Rosy & Nora


Keeping in simple, Rosy & Nora’s version of roti john comes in two versions – the classic with the omelette and minced meat and the loaded one which has additional cheese. All roti john is cooked fresh and on the spot upon ordering – so you might have to wait a little longer on those days with long queues. The halved baguette us dipped into egg and then fried with soft onions and spice. Presentation-wise, the loaf is kept simple – that is to say, without all the overload of cheese, mayonnaise and chilli sauce.

Menu Items:

  • Kentang Ball
  • Roti John
  • Popiah Basah
  • Popiah Goreng

Location: 14 Haig Rd, Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: Wed to Mon, 02:00 pm -10:00 pm (Tue off)

Website: Website Link Here


#10 – Soon Lee Cooked Food


The eggs in both the oyster omelette and fried carrot cake are fluffy without becoming greasy and giving you the smooth texture even wolfing down the whole plate. Though Lee ‘s little secret is unlike the other stalls, the stall owner uses vegetable oil as the main cooking oil and doesn’t add lard to the frying process.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Carrot Cake White
  • Fried Carrot Cake Black
  • Fried Oyster
  • Oyster Omelette

Location:14 Haig Rd, #01-57, Singapore 430014

Opening Hour: 10:00am – 09:00pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here



As the editor of Tropika Club Magazine, I’m excited to share my top picks for the best eats at Haig Road Food Centre. From the mouthwatering mee goreng bursting with Indian spices to the succulent satay grilled to perfection, there’s something to satisfy every craving. Don’t miss out on the crispy roti prata paired with aromatic curry, or the fragrant nasi padang offering a delightful array of flavors. Cool down with a refreshing bowl of ice kacang or indulge in the hearty nasi lemak served with a medley of delicious condiments. Haig Road Food Centre truly offers a culinary journey that’s not to be missed!


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q; What are the must-try dishes at Haig Road Food Centre?

A: Discover the must-try dishes such as mee goreng, satay, and nasi lemak, each offering unique flavors.

Q: Is Haig Road Food Centre suitable for vegetarians?

A: While it predominantly offers meat dishes, vegetarian options like roti prata and nasi padang sides are available.

Q: Are there any famous stalls or vendors at Haig Road Food Centre?

A: Yes, stalls like X and Y are renowned for their exceptional mee goreng and satay, respectively.

Q: Is Haig Road Food Centre crowded, and when is the best time to visit?

A: It can get crowded during peak hours and weekends; visiting during off-peak times like late morning or early afternoon is advisable.

Q: Are there parking facilities available near Haig Road Food Centre?

A: Limited street parking is available nearby; however, public transport or ride-hailing services are recommended.

Q: Can I find halal-certified food options at Haig Road Food Centre?

A: Yes, many stalls offer halal-certified options, ensuring a diverse range of choices for all visitors.

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