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Top 10 Best Eats at Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Food Center

Toa Payoh, a historical neighborhood area in Singapore that started as farmland, now homes portions rife with an excellent selection of hawker stalls. From neighborhood favorites such as Char Kway Teow to unproduced names, vendors from Toa Payoh supply many of Singapore s most well-known dishes. Check out these highly rated stalls from Lorong 8 Market and Food Centre.

Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Food Center

#1 – Toa Payoh Scissors Cut Curry Rice

Introduction: This rice-filled plate that’s drenched in a spicy curry gravy hails from Toa Payoh Scissors Cut Curry Rice. Their curry is slightly salt and grainier than average curry, and is reminiscent of curry sold at local prata shops! Prices range between $2.40 and $3.10, and the dish goes well with their cutlet, cabbage, and fried egg.

Menu Items:

  • Hainanese Curry Rice (Price from $2.40 )

Location: Toa Payoh Lor 8 Food Centre #01-28 Singapore

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – Tian Tian Fatt Teochew Porridge

Introduction: If you’re new to Tao Payoh Lor 8 Market and want to try out a traditional Teochew meal, pop in at Tian Tian Fatt Rice & Porridge. Tian Tian Fatt is a hawker that’s known for its traditional meals with a large number of side dishes. For most locals, this spot is conducive for having a family meal.

Menu Items:

  • Teochew Porridges
  • Otah
  • Clams
  • Mince Meat

Location: 210 Lor 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310210

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – Seletar Sheng Mian

Introduction: Sivar Sheng Mian & Mian Fen Guo, a stick vendor, was highly appreciated by many foodies. The shang mian, chilli and soup were all highly regarded by many. People agreed that the traditional noodles were decent. The soup was good, sweet and strong. We finished the soup and did not feel thirsty (hence no MSG).

Menu Items:

  • Sheng Mian (Price from $3)

Location: 210 Toa Payoh Lorong 8 #01-213 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh Market and Food Centre, Singapore 310210 Singapore

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#4 – Tian Tian Fa

Introduction: Some like their fried oyster a little more starchy but I liked mine to be cooked all the way through and super crispy and this is what I got from Tian Tian Fa. Perhaps it was the lack of customers when I ordered that allowed more surface area on the pan to thinly lay out the oyster starch and egg mixture. Cooked to perfection and surprisingly not oily at all.  The chili was robust with a nice balance of sweet and sour notes. The chili was more “chunky” than other places with visible pieces of garlic and chili seeds. Nonetheless, the chili went well with the dish with the sourness helping to cut through the richness of the dish.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Oyster (Price from $4)
  • White/Black Carrot Cake (Price from $3)
  • Char Kway Teow (Price from $3)

Location: Lorong 8 Toa Payoh 01-42 Hawker Centre

Website: Website Link Here

 


#5 – Shun Li Prawn Noodles

Introduction: Great homemade chilli paste, flavourful prawn soup and unique noodles, especially the bee hoon mee combination!Simply the best prawn noodles locally!  You get a pretty substantial portion for $5, and the noodles tasted really good after mixing it up with the savoury concocted sauce! Prawns were fresh too and the soup by the side was rich and flavourful! 

Menu Items:

  • Prawn Noodle Soup (Price from $4)
  • Prawn Mee Dry (Price from $5)

Location: Blk, 210 Lor 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310210

Website: Website Link Here

 



#6 – Good Luck BBQ

Introduction: Good Luck BBQ ‘s Carrot Cake could not fail to find a congenial foil for the sugary spuds ($2.50, $3, $4). Eggs are fried beyond crispiness, and radish pieces don’t show signs of burning. Served alongside a generous scoop of chye poh, the combination makes the dish less smoky and more savoury.

Menu Items:

  • BBQ Chicken Wings (Price from $1.40)
  • Satay

Location: BLK 210, Toa Payoh Lorong 8, #01-13

Contact: +65 9681 7132

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – East Seafood White Beehoon

Introduction: The most obvious difference is that they serve this dish in a bowl rather than on a plate. The gravy was more soup like which is not like the starchy, oily cream sauce I’m used too but nevertheless chock full of flavor. If one bowl of fish soup had an infant with a white mee hoon, this would be it. This food would definitely taste a lot cleaner and would be perfect for you.

Menu Items:

  • Lala Prawn and Crayfish White Meehoon (Price from $20)
  • Sambal Sotong (Price from $15)
  • Fried Prawn Balls (Price $10)

Location: BLK 210 Toa Payoh Lor.8 #01-06 Singapore 310210

Contact: +65 18715 1087

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 -Joo Chiat Beef King

Introduction: The main ingredient in each meal is, of course, beef, with options including beef noodles, beef ball soup, beef tendon kway teow, and mixed beef noodle soup, which contains beef tendon, beef balls, beef offals, and beef slices. Noodles come in both the dried and soup variety, with a bag of rice accompanying the former.

Menu Items:

  • Beef Noodles (Price from $5)

Location: 335 Smith Street #02-024 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre, Singapore 050335

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Guan Kee Kway Chap

Introduction: Currently, Mr Ng Guan Chye has been the stall owner for the popular koay teow soup noodles (kway teow soup noodles) recipes since the 1980s. That’s more than 40 years of cooking the specialty food of flat rice sheets with various braised sides, such as pig intestines, pork belly, bak chor mee, fishcakes, braised hard-boiled eggs, etc.

Menu Items:

  • Kwap Chap (Price from $3.50)
  • Braised Pig’s Trotter

Location: Blk 210 Toa Payoh Lorong 8 #01-24 Singapore 310210

Contact: +65 9739 6960

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – Four Seasons Ching Teng

Introduction: The first thing that strikes me is that it was less sweet than the other versions that I am accustom too. Its very well balanced in my opinion and it had a thirst quenching feel to it which I liked.
The next thing I noticed is that the cheng tng came packed with ingredients which included a big piece of dried fruit which I think was an apricot. Good value for just $2.20.

Menu Items:

  • Four Seasons Ching Teng (Price from $2)
  • Chendol (Price from $2)

Location: 210 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh #01-34 Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Market & Food Centre, Singapore 310210.

Website: Website Link Here

 


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