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Top 10 Best Eats at Bedok Food Centre

It’s obvious that Singapore is a foodie heaven. Whether you’re looking for halal regional hawker fare or yearning Japanese and also Korean food, you can discover them all below! It’s impressive just how you can constantly find hidden gems throughout the island, like Bedok Edge food centre! Although it’s formally called Bedok Food Centre, east siders have actually gotten utilized to calling it Bedok Corner or “the Food Centre near Guards Camp”. Situated concerning a 5-minute bus trip from Tanah Merah MRT Terminal, depend on us when we claim that Bedok Corner deserves travelling for as there are lots of halal stalls with great food! Below are 10 dining establishments you require to attempt at Bedok Corner.

Bedok Food Centre

#1 – Hill Street Fried Kway Teow

Introduction:

Fried Kway Teow is somewhat of a national dish, being one of the many local favourites among Singaporeans. It’s also one of the topics of great debate – which is the best Char Kway Teow Stall? As it’s highly subjective, the title of ‘Greatest Char Kway Teow in Singapore’ is rarely ever agreed upon. The original owner of the store, Mr Ng Chang Siang, passed away last year at age 71. He had been suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) for 4 years before his passing, which had left him bedridden. Mr Ng Yeow Kiat, his oldest son, has since succeeded the business. Along with his aunt and a helper, the younger Mr Ng has been running the stall successfully for the past five years.Being the oldest of six siblings, the younger Mr Ng has big shoes to fill. His father started selling Char Kway Teow in 1961 out of a roadside pushcart in Wayang Street. With support from his loyal customers, he relocated to a hawker centre in Hill Street. He later moved to the current location in Block 16 Bedok South Road in 2000, where they have been operating from ever since.

For many who live in the East, Hill Street Fried Kway Teow is one of the unanimous favourites, if not THE most popular Char Kway Teow spot in Singapore. Snaking queues with a wait time averaging at 40 minutes is a common sight, despite the factory-like efficiency of the aunt-nephew duo running the store.

Earlier this year, Hill Street Fried Kway Teow was added to the Michelin Guide 2019. Michelin inspectors praised the “intense flavour” of the dish and noted the “fresh ingredients” used.

Hill Street Fried Kway Teow’s noodles are one of those dishes that will have you taking cheat days just to cure your cravings. With sinful nuggets of pork lard crisps, this noodle dish is bad for the waistline, but great for the soul! Their cockles are fresh and sizeable, cooked just right to give that addictive bite without being too rubbery.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Kway Teow (Price $4-5)

Location: Address: Blk 16 Bedok South Road #01-41 Bedok South Market and Food Centre

Contact: +65 6442 1763

Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Saturday: 10:30 am – 4:45 pm

Closed: Sunday, Monday

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 -Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle

Introduction:

Curry Chicken Noodles is one of those local hawker dishes that are fast diminishing in Singapore.
Some of the most famous ones include Do Po at Golden Mile Food Centre; Heng Kee Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee and Ah Heng Chicken Curry Bee Hoon Mee – both at Hong Lim Food Centre.
Then, there are two more: Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle at Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre AND Fu Hai Curry Chicken Noodles at Albert Food Centre.
Their Chinese names 福海咖喱鸡米粉面 are THE SAME, but each would claim there are NO other branches in Singapore.
Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle has been around way before Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre’s renovation in 2013.
Known for its noodle bowls that brim with ingredients, it offers Curry Chicken Noodles at generous portion
The stall has been awarded with a Michelin Bib Gourmand in the Singapore Guide 2019. Surprise, surprise. NOT Ah Heng or Heng Kee?
If you’re a fan of this type of noodles and live in the east side of Singapore, this place is for you.
You don’t have to go all the way to Hong Lim Food Centre to appease your cravings.
Though it also sells Satay Bee Hoon ($4/$5/$6), Hock Hai’s house special is the Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee ($4, $5, $6), the signature dish that people flock here for.
In the stall, a large pot of curry filled with ingredients will entice you even from afar with its fresh-cooked aroma.
The Curry Chicken Noodle was served in piping hot curry soup that was fragrant, medium-bodied and mildly spicy.
Prepared home-style ala grandma’s way of cooking, the soup tasted mildly sweet, savoury and spicy from the blend of different spices and coconut milk.
If you are thinking that the gravy would be thick and rich like curry, this is actually closer to Laksa’s consistency.
After trying out a number of Curry Noodles in Singapore, this came across as more mild and not that overpowering. I can imagine some people would prefer curries that are more flavourful and aromatic.
Personal preference: the two other versions at Hong Lim though being greasy, worked better for me. Maybe it was the chilli.

Menu Items:

  • Satay Bee Hoon ($4/$5/$6)
  • Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee ($4, $5, $6)

Location: 208B New Upper Changi Road #01-58 Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre Singapore 462208

Opening Hours:

Monday – Sunday: 9:30am – 10:30pm

Website: Website Link Here


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#3 – Bedok Chwee Kueh

Introduction:

Talk about the most famous Chwee Kueh in Singapore, and it would usually be a toss-up between Tiong Bahru’s Tiong Bahru Jian Bo Shui Kueh and Bedok Chwee Kueh.
Bedok Chwee Kueh is a popular stall with branches island-wide (Clementi 448, Chong Boon Food Centre, Chong Pang Food Centre, Lorong Ah Soo, Chinatown Food Centre, Ang Mo Kio Ave 4), in Singapore, famed for its soft, light and supple chwee kuehs.

The stall has been listed in Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore 2019, the first Chwee Kueh stall to be awarded!

If you want to taste their specialty where it originated, go to its stall in Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, located just steps from Bedok Mall and Bedok MRT station (East West Line).
Expect nothing else on the menu but their famous Teochew-style steamed cakes served with chai-poh (preserved radish).

Menu Items:

  • Chwee Kueh ($0.50 per piece, buy in 2, 3, or 4 pieces)
    • minimum of 4 pieces is required. For takeaway, add $0.30.

Location: 208 New Upper Changi Road, #01-19 Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours:

Monday – Sunday: 6:30am – 6:30pm

Website: Website Link Here

Bedok Chwee Kueh – Famous Soft Chwee Kueh At Bedok Interchange, With  Michelin Bib Gourmand – DanielFoodDiary.com

 


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#4 – Chai Chee Fried Carrot Cake

Introduction:

These old-school deep-fried Carrot Cake Sticks are getting hard to find in Singapore, unlike Fried Carrot Cake aka Chai Tow Kway.

Some of the hawker stalls you can find them include Deep Fried Carrot Cake at Whampoa Market, Dong Jin Yuan Dian Xin at Hougang’s Hainanese Village Centre, Fu Ji Shu Shi at Sims Vista Food Centre, and Tian Cheng Food at Tiong Bahru Market.

Chai Chee Cai Tou Guo has two outlets – one at Block 216 Bedok North Street 1 #01-55, and Blk 117 Aljunied Avenue 2 #01-25.

This stall is popular for carrot cake sticks, carrot cake pieces and yam cakes that sell out in full swing.

Although the stall is visited by a swarm of customers on a daily basis, the swift and efficient service of uncle ensures that you do not have to wait too long for your order. In fact, best if you get to try one fresh piping hot.

The soft Carrot Cake Sticks ($2 for 12 pieces) are first cut with precision using a fixed cutter, arranged neatly on a metal grill, then fried by batches for two minutes.

I loved how crisp they were from outside, with a perfect crunch in every bite, while contrasted with equally tender and soft texture from the inside.

What is great about these carrot cake sticks is that even though they are deep fried with that mesmeric golden-brown exterior, they are not too oily.

It is a great snack to munch on while exploring the food center, but it might not leave room for much else as it is quite rich and filling.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Carrot Cake Stick : 1 box of 22 sticks $5
  • Fried Yam Cubes: 1 box of 10 cube $5
  • (Note: This is changed a day after the post initially went out. I guess response has been very good?)
  • Delivery charges based on location:
    • Bedok: $5
    • Tampines: $6
    • Pasir Ris: $7
    • Sengkang, Punggol, Hougang $9

WhatsApp +65 9239 9577 to place your order. No minimum order required.

Location: #01-55 216 Bedok North Street 1, Singapore 460216

Contact: +65 9239 9577

Opening Hours:

Monday – Sunday: 6am – 11am

Website: Website Link Here

Chai Chee Cai Tou Guo - Seriously Addictive Carrot Cake Sticks in Bedok  North!

 


#5 – Pin Xiang Chicken Rice 

Introduction:

With more than 30 years heritage, Pin Xiang Hainanese Chicken Rice follows an authentic secret recipe which makes it a delicacy for all. We believe in the fine balance between the trinity elements of chicken rice; 1) Succulent-tender Chicken, 2) Fragrant rice and 3) Stinging chili sauce. Our chicken are delivered daily fresh from the farms and are carefully chosen to be above 2.2kg each to ensure the meat maintains its juicy and tender nature throughout the cooking process.”

Menu Items:

  • Roasted Chicken Rice (S$3 for small, S$3.50 for large) with an extra Egg (S$0.50).
  • Pin Xiang Hainanese Chicken Rice’s Crispy Bean Curd (S$3.50 – 6 pieces)

Location: #01-03, Interchange Hawker Centre, Singapore 462208 208B New Upper Changi Road Singapore

Opening Hours:
Mon: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Tue: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Wed: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Thu: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Fri: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Sat: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Sun: 9:30 AM – 9:30 PM

Website: Website Link Here

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#6 – Jefri The Original Botak Chicken Rice

Introduction:

Chicken rice survives the endurance test in terms of being one of Singapore’s national favourites. There is no shortage of it being served hot, fragrant and tender for enjoyment but aside from the most convenient stall-next-door, it’s difficult to agree on which cook did it right—because many of them do.

For Easties though, Jefri – The Original Botak Chicken Rice serves an interesting variation of the dish. Spotted in Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre is their rice that’s served in a unique shade of orange.

Jefri’s most highly-raved dish is their Nasi Goreng Ayam (S$3.50) that looks like a plate of fiery hot rice with roast chicken on top. Contrary to how it looks though, the rice leans towards the sweet side with a subtly spiced taste that reminds us of nasi goreng.

In terms of looks, the meat didn’t lag far behind the interesting rice. The chicken appeared delicious with a thick glossy glaze. Tender and soft, it had the familiar taste of roast chicken from chicken rice. The lack of bones made it hassle-free to eat and we liked that the dish was not greasy.

Menu Items:

  • Nasi Goreng Ayam (S$3.50)
  • Mee Soup (S$3)
  • Mee Hong Kong (S$3)
  • and Mee Bandung (S$3.50)

Location: 208B New Upper Changi Road, #01-07 Singapore 462208

Opening Hours: 

Monday – Sunday: 10am – 10pm

Website: Website Link Here

Jefri – Muslim-Friendly "Orange" Chicken Rice In Bedok

 


#7 – Yu Kee Duck Rice

Introduction:

Established in 1961, Yu Kee Group started as a hawker pushcart stall in Nee Soon selling braised duck rice. With the mission of serving quality food to people from all walks of life, the group today manages a diverse portfolio of brands both Non-Halal and Halal. Brands comprises of Yu Kee Duck Rice, XO Minced Meat Noodles, Shi Jia, Penang Kitchen, My Kampung, My Kampung Chicken Rice and Suka Ramai.

The brand name “Yu Kee” was coined by combining the patriarch’s Chinese name “You” (“友”) and “Ji” (“記”) (a word that is typically used to indicate a food business by the Chinese). Yu Kee is the Teochew transliteration of the name.

Over 30 years ago, our organization’s founder Mr Seah Boon Lock was already an ambitious fine young man with great entrepreneurial spirit. He started off with running a small duck rice food stall in the Sembawang kampong area.

Menu Items:

  • Specialty Duck Rice
  • Duck Noodle
  • Duck Kway Teow
  • Duck Porridge
  • Kway Chap Set
  • Yu Kee Set
  • Teochew Braised Set

Location: Yu Kee Management Pte Ltd 32 Woodlands Terrace Singapore 738452

Outlet Address:

  • AMK Hub, 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 – B2-46
  • Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road – 01-32
  • Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, Blk 208B Upper Changi Road – 01-28
  • Blk 443 Pasir Ris Drive 6 – 01-02
  • Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre And Market, 2 Bukit Panjang Ring Road – 01-10
  • Bukit Panjang Intergrated Bus Interchange, 15 Petir Rd – 01-56
  • Century Square, 2 Tampines Central 5 – B1-23
  • Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, 51 Hougang Avenue 9 – 01-12
  • Fine [email protected] Spine, 50 Nanyang Avenue – SS3-B4
  • JEM, 50 Jurong Gateway Rd – B1-K13

Opening Hours:

Monday – Sunday: 10.30am – 7pm

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 -Zhong Xing Ban Mian

Introduction:

Good Ban Mian is true comfort food. From the runny egg yolk, thick ban mian noodles and crispy ikan bilis to the comforting soup, Ban Mian is one of those dishes that’s always great on a rainy day.  Zhong Xing Ban Mian serves up a stellar rendition of this classic noodle dish, with their Ban Mian ($3) checking all the boxes. The noodles were firm and not not soggy, while the soup was not overly thick.

Menu Items:

  • Pig Liver Mee Sua Soup. ($5.20)
  • Tom Yum Noodle Soup. ($5.90.)
  • Dumpling Soup.( $4.50.)
  • Yee Mian Add Prawn Soup. ($6.60.)
  • Yee Mian Add Prawn Dry. ($6.60.)
  • Dumpling Noodle Dry. ($5.20.)
  • Dumpling Noodle Soup. ($5.20.)
  • Chicken Meat Ban Mee Dry. ($5.20.)

Location: 208B New Upper Changi Rd, #01-46, Singapore 462208

Opening Hours:

Monday – Sunday: 10:00am – 10:00pm

Website: Website Link Here

Chicken Ban Mian Soup ($3.50)

 


#9 – Song Zhou Fried Carrot Cake

Introduction:

This hawker stall has been anchored in Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre even after the hawker centre revamped, proving Song Zhou to be among the scorching favourites there. A plate of fried carrot cake from them satisfies major yearnings. While they utilized to just offer white carrot cake, they started to fry black ones also to suit the preferences of the more youthful group. While the owners of Song Zhou no longer make their own carrot cake, they still include special active ingredients to make them softer. The carrot cake was cut into small dices which let the black sauce coat the heaping disarray quite evenly. The caramelised sides of the carrot cake contributed to the fragrance. Although it was hefty on the wonderful sauce, the generous eggs offered the dish some savoury balance.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Carrot Cake – Black
  • Fried Carrot Cake – White
  • White Fried Carrot Cake with prawns
  • Black Fried Carrot Cake with prawns

Location: 208B New Upper Changi Rd, #01-37, Singapore 462208

Contact: +65 9684 3555

Operating Hours: 

Monday – Saturday: 06:30 – 20:30

Closed: Sundays

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – Inspirasi

Introduction:

InspirasiInspirasi is a hawker stall at Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre that sells four type of authentic Malay fare that commands a crazy queue daily but is definitely worth the wait.

Inspirasi menu popular mee rebusInspirasi is one of the most popular stall in Bedok that is highly recommended if you have craving for mee rebus. The menu of Inspirasi only consist of 4 signature dishes – mee rebus, mee soto and chicken porridge and soto ayam.

popular hawker at bedokMany say that Inspirasi is a legendary hawker stall at Bedok with a 50 years old recipe. You can see that Inspirasi is very popular among makciks and pakciks who will sip their hot drinks from the neighbouring stall while waiting for it to open for the day.

Inspirasi hawkerThis family run business is started more than 30 years ago by late father of second-generation hawker Rashid Bin Amat and his siblings. With recipe originating from Indonesia, the family business is now helmed by them, with Azizah as the chef who focus on their main four dishes on their menu.

Menu Items:

  • Mee Rebus ($2.50)
  • Mee Soto ($2.50)
  • Ayam Soto ($2.50)
  • chicken porridge ($2.50)
  • eggs, begedil( potato), chicken and noodles (Additional add ons)

Location: 208B New Upper Changi Rd, #01-64, Singapore 462208

Opening hours:
MOnday – Saturday: 11:30AM to 9.30PM OR earlier till sold out
Closed: Sunday

Website: Website Link Here

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