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Best Eats at Yuhua Village Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Yuhua Village Food Centre

Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre is located 18 minutes away from Jurong East MRT Station by bus, or a 24-minute walk. It’s a huge food centre with many famous stalls, and is generously appointed with seats.  The fact that there are long queues at numerous stalls in the West is evidence of how incredibly tasty their dishes are. The next time you’re seeking tasty food in the West, check out these 10 stalls at Yuhua Village Market & Food Center!

Best Eats at Yuhua Village Food Centre

#1 – Fei Fei Roasted Noodle

Introduction: Since its founding in 1947, the family-owned small business has been in operation for 40 years. The family-run firm still roasts its meat on a charcoal fire in its own shop in Redhill and Ghim Moh every morning. vTo start the meal, we had a plate of Char Siew Noodles ($3.50), tossed in a blend of lard oil and a light soy sauce-based gravy that they make themselves. Hae bi chilli, also house-made, and green chillis are offered on the side, so you can mix them in as you please. I was pleasantly taken aback by the abundance of char siew here, considering the price.

Menu Items:

  • Wanton Noodle (Price $3)
  • Wanton Soup (Price $3)
  • Char Siew Rice (Price $3)
  • Char Siew Duck Noodle (Price $4)

Location: #01-28, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – Heng Heng Cooked Food

Introduction: A michelin star of 2021: Heng Heng Cooked Food has been operating in Yuhua Village for over 30 years, and primarily sells laksa and prawn noodles. Heng Heng’s Laksa comes served with fish cake slices, large triangular pieces of taupok (dried beancurd puff) and cockles. Along with pieces of prawn, fish cake, kang kang, and shallots, the prawn noodles ($3) were served with slices of mee kia and meepok.

Menu Items:

  • Laksa (Price $3/$3.50/$4)
  • Prawn Mee (Price $3/$3.50/$4)

Location: #01-12, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – 139 Hainan Chicken Rice

Introduction: 139 Hainan Chicken Rice in Jurong East has no menu available, but can choose from many other options such as Side Dish or Thai Chicken Satay ( 6’S ) from Som Tam. The Connoisseur Concerto offers many options including Oriental Salad in Special Vinegar Dressing and Green Chillies with Marinated Stuffed Minced Meat. Bitters & Love includes a wide range like Rangers Valley Wagyu Beef Cubes or Squid and Eggs. Samosa (2 Pieces) and Peanut Masala from . Amaravati offers Peperoni and Peperoni Pizza CNY Bundle (U.P. $72).

Menu Items:

  • Chicken Rice (Price $2/$3)
  • 2 Person Chicken Rice Set (Price $7)
  • Roasted Meat Rice (Price $2.50)
  • Char Siew Rice (Price $2.50)

Location: #01-39, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#4 – Seng Huat Homemade Fried Carrot Cake

Introduction: For this stall – run by elderly couple and young assistant – whips up a delicious plate of carrot cake which is not too greasy to stomach. Freshly prepared daily, the carrot cake is cut into big chunks as compared to smaller and evenly cut cubes manufactured by factories. Now what makes this carrot cake my favourite is that it is not too oily even though you can make a special request of wanting white carrot cake despite the fact their black or brown ones – the way I see – are more popular with most crowds. (Forfoodlovers.net)

Menu Items:

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

Location: #01-28, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 


#5 – 254 Minced Meat Fishball Noodle

Introduction: This stall specialises in fishball noodles, and offers a variety of choices for the noodles. It was a pretty big portion for its price, which can only be found in such hidden gems. The noodles were nicely coated with the sauce with a silky texture. Although there were only three fishballs, they were huge with actual bits of fish in them. We could taste its freshness and was satisfied.

Menu Items:

  • Fishball Soup (Price $3)
  • Laksa (Price $3)
  • Prawn Noodle (Price $3)
  • Winter Noodle (Price $3)

Location: #01-32, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 



#6 – Ron Sheng Fish Head Bee Hoon

Introduction: The fried fish was super crispy & yummy, possibly the crispiest that i’ve tried so far; zero hint of any baking soda that I taste from many stalls. The soup (with milk) was very good as well, so do yourself a favour and try this if you are in the Yuhua Village area. (Jonathan Lim from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Fish Head Bee Hoon (Price $4)
  • Seafood Soup (Price $4)
  • Fish Porridge (Price $4)
  • Tomyam Seafood Soup (Price $5)

Location: #01-44, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – Hup Hong Chicken Rice

Introduction: The meat was prepared deboned. The meat became tender, smooth and juicy as it cooked through (no pink). I enjoyed the combination of juicy meat and natural chicken sweetness that complemented one another with a slight savoury sweetness and mild aroma from a light drizzle of dressing.

Menu Items:

  • Whole Chicken (Price $24)
  • Half Chicken (Price $12)
  • Chicken Rice (Price $3)
  • Char Siew Rice (Price $3)

Location: #01-51, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 – Eng Kee Noodle House

Introduction: Named as Famous Satay Bee Hoon ($5) on their menu board, theirs is a decent version but definitely not something I will travel all the way for but they might have their crowd of fans and I have not eaten so much satay bee hoon in my life to determine what is good and what is not. As for their Wanton Noodle ($3.50), I will give it a pass as I am not a huge fan of those dried cardboard-texture char siew. The noodle had a nice QQ texture to it but again, I will not travel all the way here just for this. (Julius Lim from Burple) 

Menu Items:

  • Famous Satay Bee Hoon (Price $5.50/$7.50)
  • Wanton Noodle (Price $3.50/$4.50)
  • Fried Wanton Noodle(Price $3.50/$4.50)
  • Dumpling Noodle (Price $4/$5.50)

Location: #01-10, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Contact: +65 9724 9240

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Our Porridge

Introduction: The Sliced Fish Porridge ($2.50 for $3 with egg) comes with a generous amount of fish. It is topped with you tiao, spring onions, shallots, coriander, and preserved vegetables. We liked the slight crisp of the shallots, which gave some crunch to the otherwise soft porridge. Likewise, the porridge is not watery, nor is it too thick.

Menu Items:

  • Century Egg w Lean Meat Porridge (Price $3)
  • Peanut Minced Meat Porridge (Price $3)
  • Frog Leg Porridge (Price $6.50)
  • Claypot Gong Bao Diced Chicken Set Meal (Price $6)

Location: #01-57, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – West Coast Arifin Ali

Introduction: Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre is home to popular stalls like Heng Heng Cooked Food and Hup Hong Chicken Rice. There’s also another stall that gets quite busy during lunchtime – West Coast Arifin Ali.
 Their extensive menu of Indian cuisine is quite impressive, serving dishes like mee goreng, biryani and prata. West Coast Arifin Ali’s chicken was pretty fork-tender; I didn’t have to struggle to get a chunk of the meat. A drench of that curry made it very tasty! (Hawkerpedia.com.sg)

Menu Items:

  • Cheese & Egg Prata (Price $2.50)
  • Mutton Murtabak (Price $8/$10)
  • Kambing Soup (Price $4)
  • Kway Teow Goreng (Price $4)

Location: #01-41, Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre,254 JURONG EAST STREET 24,600254

Website: Website Link Here

 


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