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Top 10 Best Eats at Redhill Food Centre

Given your craving for Michelin-starred chicken rice, silky kway chap that’s been painstakingly made from scratch; or a messy serving of curry rice with all the fixings your heart could desire, you’re sure to find something which tickles your taste buds. And although it’s impossible to select an objective top 10, these are some of our recommendations at Redhill Food Centre. 

Redhill Food Centre

#1 – Bak Kee Teochew Satay Bee Hoon

Introduction:

Bak Kee Teochew Satay Beehoon is a must-visit spot for satay bee hoon. With plenty of user reviews online, it is no surprise that Bak Kee Teochew Satay Beehoon has long lines during prime hours. What’s the fuss all about, you ask? Well, it appears that people are only driven back by the stuffy peanut sauce.

Menu Items:

  • Satay Bee Hoon
  • Cuttlefish Kang Kong Bee Hoon

Location: 85 Redhill Lane #01-40 Singapore, Singapore 150085

Contact: +65 83807745

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – Fu Ming Cooked Food

Introduction:

The proprietor of Fu Ming Cooked Food in bustling Redhill Food Centre didn’t start out hawking fried radish cake, or chai tow kway — he first entered the hawker trade in the 1960s making chwee kway. But the little individual cups of steamed rice cakes proved so finicky to make that Goh Chye Oo, 58, switched to making chai tow kway in his late teenage years.

In Singapore, chai tow kway is known as carrot cake even though it isn’t actually made with carrot. Instead, white radish or daikon is grated and mixed with rice flour and steamed to make a soft, starchy cake that is then chopped up and fried with egg and salty preserved radish.

Today, commercial carrot cake can be bought in pre-chopped, uniform cubes at supermarkets and supplied in plastic packets by factories to food stalls, but Goh is one of the few traditional hawkers who still make their carrot cake from scratch. “I tried getting it from the factory before but my customers could tell the difference straightaway and they were not happy,” he says. “The kway we make ourselves is soft and ‘QQ’ the kway from factories is harder. The flour they use is different. We use good quality flour.”

The plates of chai tow kway here come in three sizes priced at $3, $4 and $5 and portions lean towards the smaller side. Fu Ming makes fried carrot cake in both black and white versions that are equally good, so you can order a plate of half and half. The white version features roughly chopped carrot cake fried quickly with egg so it develops nice crusty edges while sweet dark soya sauce is added to the black version for a sweet-savoury contrast. Ask for a spicy version and Goh’s homemade belachan (fermented shrimp paste) chilli sauce is stir-fried into the mix, or have a dollop of the chilli on the side to fully appreciate its pungent fragrance.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Carrot Cakes
  • Bak Zhang

Location: 01-49 Redhill Lane Block 85 Food Centre Singapore 150085

Contact: +65 64758653

Website: Website Link Here

Fu Meng Cooked Food – Enticing carrot cake 福明熟食

 


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#3 – Hua Kee Chicken Rice

Introduction:

Hua Kee Chicken Rice provided such a hearty portion of steamed chicken that we couldn’t help but anticipate a quite high-quality dish. It was a pleasant surprise to find that each slab of meat teased us with its succulence — each bite released a soft resistance, but then yielded, tender and juicy, into sinews.

Menu Items:

  • Chicken Rice
  • Poached Chicken

Location: 01-72, 85 Redhill Lane, 150085, Singapore

Contact: No contact number

Website: Website Link Here

HUA KEE CHICKEN RICE, Singapore - Bukit Merah - Restaurant Reviews & Photos  - Tripadvisor

 


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#4 – Seng Heng Braised Duck Noodles

Introduction:

You have the choice to drink kway teow (flat rice noodle) instead rice, or yellow noodle to duck was mainly. I ordered a duck meat portion ($3.50) for a total of chopped duck. The waiter who followed me asked if I would like a dash of chili to mix with it. Then, the duck meat is placed atop the noodle, then it is inserted with a sprinkling of fried shallots.

Menu Items:

  • Braised Duck Noodle
  • Herbal Soup
  • Braised Duck Kway Teow

Location: 01-28 Redhill Lane Block 85 Food Centre Singapore 150085

Contact: No contact number

Website: Website Link Here

Seng Heng Braised Duck - Central Region - 4 tips

 


#5 – Hong Seng Curry Rice

Introduction:

Had the value set at $4 (pork cutlet, battered prawn, ikan bilis) and 4 heavenly king set at $6.90 (chicken curry, braised pork, pork cutlet) – Value set is more worth it, the heavenly king set seems to be there to scam people like us who wants to try a bit of everything…

Generally quite nice, plate was not too overwhelmed with curry zhap and the curry is aromatic and had a *slight* spicy kick. Cutlet could do better with more meat and the prawn batter was soggy at the time we bought it. Especially loved the ikan billis and peanut side they gave!! Yummy and good portion given. (Ryan and Nat from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Boneless Curry Chicken Set
  • Seafood Set
  • Pork Chop Set
  • 4 Heavenly King Meal

Location: 85 Redhill Lane, #01-74, Singapore 150085

Contact: +65 98762288

Website: Website Link Here



#6 – Jia Xiang Mee Siam

Introduction:

We only had two dishes that are available at Jia Xiang mee siam and lontong , priced at a reasonable $3 each. When our steaming bowls were delivered, we were flabbergasted. Among the numerous ingredients and elements in the mixed workings, the bee hoon and rice cakes were completely concealed. I observed with my sight, from beginning to end, a hard-boiled egg, two kinds of chilli, dried shrimps, and an extra pork dish.

Menu Items:

  • Mee Siam
  • Lontong
  • Nasik Lemak

Location: 01-35 Redhill Market, Block 85 Redhill Lane Singapore, Singapore 150085

Contact: No contact number

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – Fei Zai Xiang Shao La Wanton Mee

Introduction:

Overall, this is a great plate of wonton mee. The highlight was the char siew which was caramelised on the outside and tender. The dark soy sauce was satisfying though the noodle was not springy enough. Wonton was sweet and the soup is good too. $3.50 is cheap for such a big portion. (Y Shan from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Roasted Meat Noodles
  • Dumpling Noodle
  • Char Siew Rice

Location:01-91 Redhill Market, Block 85 Redhill Ln, Singapore 150085

Contact: No contact number

Website: Website Link Here

Fei Zai Xiang Shao La Wanton Mee - The Char Siew Here is the Bomb! - Miss  Tam Chiak

 


#8 – Shi Le Yuan

Introduction:

Simple and comforting, homely fare that reminded us of the typical Teochew dishes that my late-grandmother used to cook, back in the Eighties. My personal favourite is the flavourful minced pork with fermented black bean. It’s so delicious, I ended up consuming two bowls of 🍚 🍚. (AC Chan from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Kway Chap
  • Pig’s Intestine
  • Stewed Pork

Location: 85 Redhill Lane, #01-82 Singapore, Singapore 150085

Contact: +65 98577850

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Yan Fried Bee Hoon

Introduction:

For the uninitiated, Mr Hu, the owner of YAN, is the original owner of Eng Kee at Commonwealth. Mr Hu’s Chinese name is 胡火荣 while Eng Kee’s Chinese name is 荣记 so can you see the link between them? He sold off the brand and recipe then set up YAN at Redhill. Both stalls offer similar food items i.e economical fried bee hoon and fried chicken wings which both are popular in their own rights. (Thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com)

Menu Items:

  • Yan Fried Bee Hoon
  • Chicken Wings

Location: 85 Redhill Ln, #01-19, Singapore 150085

Contact: No contact number

Website: Website Link Here

Yan 焱 Chicken Wings & Fried Bee Hoon - A Popular Fried Chicken Wings in  Redhill!

 


#10 – Rong Xing La Mian Xiao Long Bao

Introduction:

$4 for 6 xlbs. Despite hearing good reviews on this, I personally do not really like it because of the strong ‘pork smell’. It was abit too much for me. The skin was good though, with a good anount of soup. Ryan likes it but I didn’t so taste-wise is quite subjective. Wouldn’t mind trying out their other dishes next time though! (Ryan & Nat from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Chilli Oil Wanton La Mian
  • Red Bean Pancake
  • Xiao Long Bao
  • Dumpling Noodles

Location: 01-77 Redhill Lane Block 85 Food Centre Singapore 150085

Contact: No contact number

Website: Website Link Here

Rong Xing La Mian Xiao Long Bao 荣兴拉面小笼包: Cheap XLB For S$0.60 Per Piece +  Fork-Tender Braised Beef Noodles At Redhill

 


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Rexa is a highly experienced cook who loves street food. He has owned dogs for many years and have a great deal of experience with animal care. He is a responsible individual who is always looking for new opportunities to learn and grow. Rexa looks forward to connecting with like-minded individuals from all over the world.