LiXin Teochew Fishball Noodle Chai Chee

Li Xin Teochew Fishball Noodles Chai Chee

Fishball noodles are sold in almost every food court and hawker centre in Singapore. LiXin Teochew Fishball is a name seen in numerous food courts – from One Raffles Place in the CBD to Causeway Point in Woodlands. Following the trend of hawkers opening up standalone eateries, Lixin Teochew Fishball Noodle now has a standalone outlet at Viva Business Park in Chai Chee.

Li Xin Teochew Fishball Noodles Chai Chee
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ANDES by Astons at Viva Business Park

ANDES by Astons  at Viva Business Park

ANDES is a brand of the popular Astons which is known for its value-for-money steaks. ANDES by Astons at Viva Business Park is a “no pork no lard concept” of the regular Astons steakhouse, offering steaks, chicken, burgers, fish and most other items on Astons’ menu.

ANDES by Astons  at Viva Business Park

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Hai Kee Soy Sauce Chicken | new stall @ Viva Business Park

Hai Kee Soy Sauce Chicken

Soy Sauce Chicken has become popular in Singapore recently because of a little book published by a tyre manufacturer. We do not know the history of soy sauce chicken but we reckon Hai Kee or 海记 must be one of the early purveyors of soy sauce chicken rice in Singapore.  Hai Kee 海记 traces its heritage to a stall in Upper Cross Street started in the 1950s. Today Hai Kee has a flagship restaurant in Chinatown Point and several chicken rice stalls. There is a new outlet in the Bai Nian Foodcourt at Viva Business Park.

Hai Kee Soy Sauce Chicken

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Xiang Xiang Traditional Taiwanese Cuisine in Bedok


The full name of the restaurant in Bedok Point is “香香百年台湾味 – Xiang Xiang Traditional Taiwanese Cuisine since 1916“; and its Facebook Page says that Xiang Xiang is “a 102 years old traditional Taiwanese eatery”. The casual diner in the small Bedok mall is in fact a fairly new one but, apparently, its food is cooked following recipes that have been passed down from more than a century ago.

香香百年台湾味- Xiang Xiang Traditional Taiwanese Cuisine

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