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Jurong West 505 Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Jurong West 505 Food Centre

Jurong West 505 Food Centre may be unknown to Easties; however, it s a highly prized food resource of Westies. Finding a table on weekends is difficult because the locals make way for one another and struggle to navigate long conveyer belts. So, if you’re wondering which restaurants are worth the effort to brave the wait in, then these are the joints to consider. Here’s the top stalls to try from.

 Jurong West 505 Food Centre

#1 – Prosperity Seafood White Bee Hoon


Gather your friends for a delicious meal at Prosperity Seafood White Bee Hoon ($15 – $45). Boasting prawns, crayfish, and other assorted seafood, this tall spread will leave you in a food coma. Sitting below this bounty of seafood is a wonderful mound of fine beehoon.

Menu Items:

  • Prawns White Bee Hoon ( Price from $5 )
  • Crayfish White Bee Hoon ( Price from $5 )
  • Lala White Bee Hoon ( Price from $5 )
  • Fish Soup White Bee Hoon ( Price from $5 )

Location: Blk 505 Jurong West Street 52 #01-183 Hong Kah Court, Singapore 640505 Singapore

Website: https://www.tripadvisor.com.sg/Restaurant_Review-g294265-d15703544-Reviews-Prosperity_Seafood_White_Bee_Hoon-Singapore.html


#2 – Bukit Timah Fried White Carrot Cake


Bukit Timah Fried White Carrot Cake in Jurong offers a plate of carrot cake to everyone who comes. After many years of hard work, the restaurant’s owner was able to secure the morning shift stall and begin selling Fried White Carrot Cake. Now Bukit Timah Fried White Carrot Cake of Jurong doesn’t sell black carrot cake and is only placed on the front counter.

Menu Items:

  • Fried White Carrot Cake ( Price from $2.50/ $3/ $5 )

Location: 51 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, #02-185, Singapore 588215

Website: https://www.burpple.com/dishes/1055268/white-carrot-cake


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#3 – Soh Kee Cooked Food


Soh Kee Cooked Food features Cantonese-style porridge that is double-boiled to make it super smooth. They obtain their chickens daily from the adjacent wet market, therefore their chicken meat is always extra tender and flavorful.

Menu Items:

  • Fish Porridge ( Price from $3 )
  • Chicken Porridge ( Price from $2 )
  • Cuttlefish Porridge ( Price from $3 )
  • Mixed Porridge ( Price from $3 )
  • Top-Ups – Chicken Thigh ( Price from $4.50 ) or Drumstick ( Price from $5 )

Location: 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-44, Singapore 640505

Website: https://guide.michelin.com/sg/en/singapore-region/singapore/restaurant/soh-kee-cooked-food


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#4 – Na Bao Wan


To start your day off right, make sure that you begin with a fresh plate of Na Bao Wan’s Fried Bee Hoon. The delicious vermicelli’s light taste makes it a great side dish to complement nearly any entree, but we recommend the Fried Meatballs.

Menu Items:

  • Economic Fried Bee Hoons ( Price from $1 )
  • Otah ( Price from $1 )

Location: 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-23, Singapore 640505

Website: https://www.jointhawker.com/en/shops/33475


#5 – Wen Guang Handmade Fish Ball Noodle


Jurong West 505 Food Center is missing out on its local flavor without a meal at Wen Guang Handmade Fishball Noodle. This family-run restaurant takes its fish balls very seriously, so enjoy their daring kick and chewy bite. If you’re into fish balls, you should try their Meatball Soup as well.

Menu Items:

  • Kway Teow Soup ( Price from $3/ $4/ $5 )
  • Fish Dumpling Soup ( Price from $3/ $4/ $5 )
  • Mee Pok Dry ( Price from $3/ $4/ $5 )
  • U-Mian Dry ( Price from $3/ $4/ $5 )
  • Meatball Soup ( Price from $3/ $4/ $5 )
  • Fishball Soup ( Price from $3/ $4/ $5 )

Location: 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-25, Singapore 640505

Website: https://www.facebook.com/162588896154/posts/wen-guang-handmade-fish-ball-noodle-blk-505-jurong-west-food-centre-httpsthedead/10157076802641155/


#6 – Du Du Cooked Food


Homemade steamed rice flour pillows (Kueh Tu Tu) are formed every morning, and they vary in flavor according to a customer’s selection. Each kueh is then generously filled with either choice of filling  coconut or ground peanut and sugar.

Menu Items:

  • Small Tu Tu Kueh $2 for 4 pcs
  • Big Tu Tu Kueh $1 for 1 pcs

Location: 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-19, Singapore 640505

Website: https://www.jointhawker.com/en/shops/33480


#7 – Traditional Hakka Lui Cha


Our family’s century old recipe presented to you like how we do it at home! Wholesome Thunder Tea rice bowl with leeks, white cabbage, long beans, sayur manis (sweet leaf), firm tofu, chye poh (pickled radish) and dried shrimps accompanied with our special savoury grinded tea soup paste. Comes with nuts on the side for the extra crunch. This dish is packed with vitamins and antioxidants that your body needs.

Menu Items:

  • Hakka Lui Cha per bowl ( Price from $3.50 )
  • Brown Rice ( Price from $4.00 )
  • Top up – add Vegetable, add Tea one bowl ( Price from $1 )
  • Buy Tea only ( Price from $1.50 )

Location: 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-12 Singapore 640505

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Vegetarian-Vegan-Restaurant/Jurong-West-Traditional-Hakka-Lui-Cha-1168323436704404/


#8 – Loong Kee Yong Tau Fu


Apart from the usual dry and soup variants, customers can order it with Laksa and Chee Cheong Fun. The stall also sells Laksa and Lor Mee, both of which are a lot for a small shop. There are quite a number of items of exhibit, but that which stands out are the deep-fried Tau Kwa and Fried Meatballs.

Menu Items:

  • Minimum 5 pcs ( Price from $0.60 cents )
  • Lor Mee ( Price from $3 )
  • Laksa ( Price from $3 )

Location: 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-31, Singapore 640505

Website: https://guide.michelin.com/en/singapore-region/singapore/restaurant/loong-kee-yong-tau-fu


#9 – Wai Kee Wanton Noodle


The stall is run by a sister-brother duo, as well as a former sister-in-law who assists with the front-of-house tasks. The time-tested recipe has passed on from generation to generation since the 1930s. The Wanton Noodles comes with an array of thinly sliced char siu, greens, a bed of al dente egg noodles, and a dollop of chilli for those who are requesting it.

Menu Items:

  • Wanton Noodles ( Price from $4/ $5 )
  • Dumpling Noodles ( Price from $4/ $5 )
  • Wanton Soup ( Price from $4/ $6 )
  • Dumpling Soup ( Price from $4/ $6)

Location: 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-14, Singapore 64050

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


#10 – Da Po Bak Kut Teh


The menu left me spoilt for choice but I ended up ordering a piping hot bowl of pork ribs, braised pork trotters and beancurd. I also added on a bowl of rice to pair with my meal. All these cost $16 for 2 pax, which is quite a steal!

The bak kut teh soup was sufficiently peppery and was on the lighter side. I also found out that you can ask for refills for the soup after you’ve polished everything off. Ribs were huge and very meaty with a decent fat to meat ratio. I also enjoyed the pork trotter which was fall-off-the-bone tender and very meaty as well. Strangely enough, what surprised me the most was the braised beancurd — these were super addictive! My only gripe was the rice, which was a bit stale, but that is probably because I came very late into the night.

While Da Po Bak Kut Teh doesn’t have the most convenient location, I wouldn’t mind coming back again to eat here.

Menu Items:

  • Pork Ribs ( small-Price $6/ big-price $8 )
  • Bak Kut ( small-Price $4.50/ big-price $6.50 )
  • Pig’s Kidney ( small-Price $6/ big-price $8 )
  • Pig’s Intestine ( small-Price $6/ big-price $8 )
  • Internal Organ ( small-Price $6/ big-price $7 )
  • Pig’s Liver ( small-Price $5/ big-price $7 )
  • Braised Pig’s Trotter ( small-Price $4.50/ big-price $6.50 )
  • Bean Skin ( small-Price $2/ big-price $3 )
  • Preserved Veg ( small-Price $2/ big-price $3 )
  • Dry Toufu ( Price from $0.70)
  • Toufu Puff ( Price from $0.50)
  • Rice ( Price from $0.50 / $0.80)

Location: 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-45, Singapore 640505

Website: https://www.burpple.com/da-po-bak-kut-teh-jurong-west-st-52-market


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Dan is a foodie who enjoys trying new local cuisines and writing about them on his blog. He likes to explore different cultures through their food and learn about the history and tradition behind each dish. When he's not blogging, he enjoys spending time with is family and friends, cooking, and traveling.