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What to Eat at Mei Ling Market & Food Centre, Queenstown

What to eat at Mei Ling Market & Food Centre? Michelin Bib Gourmand hor fun, Hokkien mee, lor mee, fishball noodles are the favourites at this Queenstown hawker centre in Singapore. Here are some of the food stalls that we like.

Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

This hawker centre in Queenstown is a small but pleasant food centre in Singapore. It is located on the second level, above the market. The tables are spaced apart, with good open spaces. Not being a place with superstar hawker favourites, it flies under the radar, making it a nice hawker centre to have lunch, especially on weekdays when the human traffic is light.

Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

Lao Jie Fang – Braised Beef Noodles 

Mei Ling Market Beef Noodles stall Lao Jie Fang 老街坊

Lao Jie Fang is one of our favourites at Mei Ling Market not only because of the food. It is also one of the neatest Singapore hawker stalls we have seen. Everything looks clean and tidy. Utensils and other equipment are left to a minimum and there is little clutter. Perhaps even Ms Kondo will be impressed. Read more.

Mei Ling Market Beef Noodles stall Lao Jie Fang 老街坊
Mei Ling Market Beef Noodles stall Lao Jie Fang 老街坊

Lao Jie Fang 老街坊
Mei Ling Market & Food Centre #02-15
Opening Hours: 8am – 2pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

Xin Lu Teochew Fishball Noodles 新路

Mei Ling Market & Food Centre Fishball Noodles

Xin Lu Teo Chew Fishball Noodle, sometimes referred to as Margaret Drive fishball noodles, is one of the most popular stalls in Mei Ling. The star attraction here are the handmade fishballs. They can be purchased raw to be cooked at home. These are especially popular during Chinese New Year when many people order in advance the fishballs for steamboat dinners at home. Read more.

新路潮洲鱼圆粿條麵汤

Xin Lu Teochew Fishball Noodles
#02-05

Sin Kee Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Street

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice Mei Ling Street takes up two stalls. It is not one of those “hot” chicken stalls in Singapore but their consistent quality attracts a short queue during lunch on weekdays. Read more.

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Street
    
Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Street
Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Food Centre

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice
#02-22

Open Daily 10 am to 3.30pm

Hui Wei Lor Mee & Prawn Noodle

Hui Wei Lor Mee & Prawn Noodle Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

For us, Hui Wei is one of the stars at Mei Ling Street Market and Food Centre. Both the lor mee and prawn noodles are excellent. Read more.

Hui Wei Lor Mee Mei Ling Market & Food Centre
Hui Wei Prawn Noodle

Hui Wei Lor Mee & Prawn Noodles
#02-14

Open: 7.30am to 1.30pm
Closed on Monday

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Newton Tan Song Heng – Char Kway Teow and Hokkien Mee

Newton Tan Song Heng Hokkien Fried Prawn Noodles 陈松兴 is a very popular stall at Mei Chin Street Market . They serve up char kway teow and Hokkien mee. Both of which are cooked in big batches. The wait is longer if one just misses an earlier batch and has to wait for the next one. Read more.

Tan Song Heng Newton Hokkien Mee
Tan Song Heng Hokkien Fried Prawn Noodles

Tan Song Heng Hokkien fried prawn noodles was worth queuing for.

Newton Tan Song Heng 陈松兴
#02-40
Closed on Mon & Tues

Shi Hui Yuan – Bib Gourmand Hor Fun at Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

Mei Ling Market & Food Centre Shi Hui Yuan

Recipient of the Singapore Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand status for multiple years,  Shi Hui Yuan, is a simple and uncluttered stall. They only sell one thing – hor fun.  Read more.

Bib Gourmand Hor Fun Shi Hui Yuan Mei Ling Food Centre

    

Shi Hui Yuan Hor Fun
#02-33 Mei Ling Food Centre
159 Mei Chin Road
Singapore 140159

Opening hours:  08:00-14:00  Thursday to Sunday

Other Mei Ling Market Food and Drink Stalls

Apart from the above featured stalls at at Mei Ling Street, there are more food stalls and many drinks and dessert stalls to discover if you are at Queenstown. Here are some of them.

Sha Bao Xiao Cai Fan (沙煲小菜饭) (#02-13)

Hybrid of tze char and chye png. Convenient single plate dishes for solo diners.

Hill View Yong Tau Foo (#02-18)

Jia by Cheng Hong Cooked Food 家 (#02-01)

A popular chye png stall at Mei Ling.

Sing Heng Dessert (#02-25)

A wide range of hot and cold desserts to choose from.

Hong Seng Coffee Stall

One of many drinks stalls at Mei Ling FC. We like the tidy and clean presentation of this stall.

Mei Ling Market & Food Centre Hong Seng Coffee Stall
    
    

Mei Ling Street Market & Food Centre
159 Mei Chin Road
Singapore 140159

Nearby MRT Station: Queenstown

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