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Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Mei Ling Food Centre

The Mei Ling Market & Food Center, located in the Mei Ling neighborhood of Queenstown, is home to both a wet market and a food centre. The food centre above houses several famous and popular food stalls, including our top 10 recommendations. Read on to find out more! 

Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

#1 – Ah Pang Steamboat Seafood Stall

Introduction: Highly recommended by Makansutra for their steamboat, Ah Pang’s Cze cha dishes are just as delicious. Among the conventional Cze cha dishes, fish head and preserved bean paste covered with gravy are particularly invigorating and appetizing. Despite not being Hakka, these specialists are excellent at creating a rich and robust Chemical chicken and red wine.

Menu Items:

  • Lunch & Dinner
    • Hot Plate Oyster Egg (SGD 12.00)
    • Steamboat Set For 3 (SGD 40.00)
    • Sambal Kang Kong (SGD 8.00)
    • Claypot Yam Chicken (SGD 12.00)
    • Red Wine Chicken/ Soup (SGD 15.00)
    • Old School Pork Rib King (SGD 10.00)
    • Hainanese Pork Chop (SGD 12.00)
    • Cereal/ Butter Prawns (SGD 15.00)
    • Deep Fried Fish (SGD 20.00)
    • Signature Prawn Fritters (SGD 12.00)
    • Black Beans Fish Head With Bitter Gourd (SGD 15.00)
    • Garlic Vegetables (SGD 8.00)
    • 3 Cup Chicken (SGD 12.00)
    • Prawn Paste Chicken (SGD 10.00)
    • Seafood Mixed Vegetables (SGD 12.00)
    • Hot Plate Bean Curd (SGD 12.00)
    • Sweet Sour Pork (SGD 12.00)
    • Sambal Sotong/ Prawns (SGD 15.00)
    • Sweet Sour/ Black Beans Fish Slices (SGD 15.00)
    • Fried Omelette (SGD 8.00)
    • Hot Plate Beef (SGD 12.00)
    • Deep Fried Seafood Scallops, Oysters, Prawns (SGD 15.00)
    • Pepper Salted Pork Rib (SGD 10.00)
    • Vegetables Soup (SGD 8.00)
    • Prawn Omelette (SGD 8.00)
    • Signature Steam Sea Bass 2019 (SGD 25.00)
    • Claypot Bean Curd (SGD 10.00)
    • Hot Plate Beef (SGD 15.00)

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: +65 6476 8158

  • Business Hours
    • Mon:12:00 – 10:00 PM
    • Tue:Closed
    • Wed:Closed
    • Thu:12:00 – 10:00 PM
    • Fri:12:00 – 10:00 PM
    • Sat:12:00 – 10:00 PM
    • Sun:12:00 – 10:00 PM

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – Lao Jie Fang

Introduction: Few would know that Lao Jie Fang  , famous for its Braised Beef Noodles, is located in Hong Kong, comparatively speaking. This is largely because Hong Kong specializes in Cantonese-style noodles, in particular, broccoli ribs-made noodle dishes. Known for its Cantonese-style braised beef noodles, Lao Jie Fang stews the beef brisket for several hours in a preserved soya bean paste based stock until the meat is tender.

Menu Items:

  • Cantonese-style braised
  • Beef noodles
  • Pork Rib Noodles ($5, $6)
  • Pig Trotter Noodle ($5, $6)

Add to $8 or $10 to get the mixed version

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: 

  • Tel +65 6476 8158 
  • Hp +65 9456 6258

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – Shi Hui Yuan Hor Fun Specialty

Introduction: From a hawker stall in 1969 to a 5 year consecutive Michelin Bib Gourmand Award winner (2016 – 2021), SHI HUI YUAN has bravely weathered the passage of time. Famed for its collagen-rich gravy and nutrient-loaded herbal braising sauce that has been cooked uninterrupted for the last 30 years, SHI HUI YUAN is a uniquely Singapore-invented Hor Fun.

Back in the 1960s, Hor Fun was an expensive dish served only in restaurants. SHI HUI YUAN’s founders, Mr Fong Pak Thim and his wife, wanted to create their version of Singapore Hor Fun that is both nutritious and affordable for the local community. Hence the name 實惠園 came about.

Passionately, they developed a recipe using over 30 herbs such as Dang Shen, Yang Shen Xu and Luo Han Guo, in line with their Cantonese cooking philosophy of “Food as Medicine”. The herb-based braising sauce has been continuously stewed over 30 years with meat and bones from chicken and duck. Each plate of Hor Fun is packed with more than 1500 mg of collagen.

The founders believe that “Good things should always be shared with others”. In 2019, SHI HUI YUAN opens a new flagship store at Lau Pa Sat to bring the uniquely Singapore Hor Fun to local residents and tourists.

Menu Items:

  • -温馨河伴 ($7.80)
  • -Braised Chicken Feet Hor Fun 凤爪留香 ($6 regular / $7 large)
  • -Combination Platter 幸福拼盘 ($16.80 for 3-4 pax)
  • -Braised spare Ribs Hor Fun
  • -Braised Mushroom Hor Fun
  • -Braised Chicken Hor Fun
  • -Braised Chicken Drumstick Hor Fun
  • -Braised Chicken Feet Hor Fun
  • -Braised Duck Drumstick Hor Fun
  • -Braised Chicken And Duck Hor Fun

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: NIL

  • Opening Hours:
    • Monday Closed
    • Tuesday Closed
    • Wednesday 8am-2pm
    • Thursday 8am-2pm
    • Friday 8am-2pm
    • Saturday 8am-2pm
    • Sunday 8am-2pm

Website: Website Link Here


Read Also:

Top 10 Best Lor Mee in Singapore

 


#4 – Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice

Introduction: Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice was being opened in in the 1970s at an already demolished Commonwealth Avenue Food Center venue off Margaret Drive by Mr Lek Fook Wing. Niven and Benson, his sons, are among its continuationists after his death.

Niven opened a stall at Ubi on July 2020. He ran Uncle Chicken Rice at Alexandra Village Food Center before moving to the Bedok Place. The chicken is cut into pieces with the bones still inside and drizzled lightly with their own sauce, which complimented the flavor of the chicken.

The chicken is well-seared and remains nice and juicy. There is a delectable jelly-like layer between the chicken and skin.

Menu Items:

  • Chicken Rice ($3.50, $4.00, $4.50)
  • Chicken Drumstick Rice ($4.50)
  • Chicken Thigh Rice ($4.50)
  • Chicken Double Wings Rice ($4.50)
  • Gizzards and Liver(S,M,L $3.00/$4.00/$5.00)
  • Oyster Sauce Greens ($3.00/$4.00/$5.00)
  • Crunchy Bean Sprouts ($3.00/$4.00/$5.00)

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: +65 9682 0381

Website: Website Link Here

 


#5 – Hai Tang Lor Mee

Introduction: The lor Mee gravy consisted of the typical, thick, starchy type and was generous about the amount of all of the toppings that went into the bowl. The components of the ngoh Hiang, fish cake, egg, and some crunchy pieces were a great amount of food for $3.

A bowl of lor Mee was good, but I do not say that it was among the best that I have eaten. I think the gravy could be more intense and complex.

Menu Items:

  • Hai Tang Lor Mee($3)

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: NIL

Website: Website Link Here

 



#6 – Xin Lu Teo Chew Fishball Noodle

Introduction: Teo Chew Fishball Noodle, Pittsburgh’s oldest sushi restaurant, has been open for more than 50 years, having its humble beginnings at the now-defunct Margaret Drive Food Center.

The thinly sliced saito fish and yellowtail, heart of the timeless fishball, are pounded into confection by hand in-store, leading to satisfying chewiness with supple bouciness.

Menu Items:

  • Teochew Fishball Noodles ($4)
  • Raw Fishball 10 for ($3.50)
  • Noodle Soup ($3.50)
  • Dry Noodle ($3.50)
  • Fishball Soup ($3.50)
  • Vermicelli (Dry /Soup) ($3.50)

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: +65 9771 8675

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – Hui Wei Lor Mee

Introduction: Crowned with appetizing battered fish, cabbage, beansprouts, and a braised egg, the fried noodles were served with a gravy supremely seasoned with starch. Although the texture was on point, the flavors weren’t as robust as we would have preferred.

Menu Items:

  • Lor Mee($3/$4)

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: NIL

  • Opening Hours: 8am – 2pm (Wed – Mon)

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 – Newton Tan Song Heng (Mei Ling Market & Food Centre)

Introduction: Mei Ling Street Hokkien Mee can be requested in medium, large and small sizes.  Our small order cost $4 and was filling. It ought to be enough for one individual regardless of his appetite.

The flavor of the red curry prawns was delicious. I think that it is among the better Hokkien-style prawn noodles in Singapore that I have tried. The prawn taste in the soup was balanced and strong. Not too fishy or salty. The prawns were fresh and delicately cooked. The curry enhanced the flavor of the noodles.

If you enjoy this sort of Hokkien-style prawn noodles, I am sure a visit to Queenstow will give you a taste of this tasty dish.

Menu Items:

  • Hokkien Fried Prawn Noodles ($4/$5/$6)
  • Char Kway Teow ($3/$4/$5)

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: NIL

  • Opening Hour
    • Wednesday:10am–12:30pm
    • Thursday:10am–12:30pm
    • Friday:10am–12:30pm
    • Saturday:10am–12:30pm
    • Sunday:10am–12:30pm
    • Monday & Tuesday: Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Mei Ling Street Handmade Carrot Cake

Introduction: The carrot cake stall at the marketplace may get completely sold out very early, sometimes as early as 9am. You should be early bird and have some time to wait in line for your meal.

A cylindrical serving of carrot cake costs $3, but some people claim that the portion is surprisingly small.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Carrot Cake(Black)$2/$3
  • Fried Carrot Cake(White)$2/$3

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: NIL

  • Opening Hour
    • Wednesday: 7–10am
    • Thursday: 7–10am
    • Friday: 7–10am
    • Saturday: 7–10am
    • Sunday: 7–10am
    • Monday & Tuesday: Closed

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – Claypot Vegetable Rice (Sha Po Xiao Cai Fan)

Introduction: Sweet and sour fish rice – generous portion of fish fried in sweet and sour sauce. Would consider it as average as compared to some other tze char stall like in AV(Alexandra Village) as the gravy is not tasty enough. Kailan chicken rice – lots of kailan fried with chicken pcs.

The chicken is tender and overall dish very tasty but the tze char stall in AV is still preferred.  Claypot ee mee – hot ee mee with lots of seafood. This tasted very good as compared to the rice dishes.   

Menu Items:

  • Claypot Pork-Rib or Beef Noodles ($4)
  • Claypot Noodles ($4)
  • Sliced Fish with Spring Onion and Rice ($4)
  • Sweet & Sour Fish with Rice ($4)
  • Fried Beef Kway Teow ($5)
  • Pig Trotter Fried Bee Hoon ($12)

Location: 159 Mei Ling Food Centre, #02-21, S(140159)

Contact: NIL

  • Opening Hour
    • Wednesday: 6 am–9 pm
    • Thursday: 6 am–9 pm
    • Friday: 6 am–9 pm
    • Saturday: 6 am–9 pm
    • Sunday: 6 am–9 pm
    • Monday: 6 am–9 pm
    • Tuesday: 6 am–9 pm

Website: Website Link Here

 


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