Cheap and good food may be the new normal in times when there are worries about jobs and income. Fortunately, we have places like Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun @ Old Airport Road where we can get delectable food for only a few dollars.
Healthy eating at a hawker centre in Singapore is possible. 富城食品 Fu Cheng Shi Pin Popiah Stall at Old Airport Road Food Centre is an example of a hawker stall where you can get delicious and healthy dishes, whether for breakfast, supper or snacks in between meals.
Whitley Road Big Prawn Noodle at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre and char siew rice from Ah Yee Hong Kong Roasted were the yummy local delights that we ended up eating when we were in the Mountbatten MRT Station vicinity recently.
The Old Airport Road Food Centre is well known as one for the best places in the East for cheap and good food. It is one of the biggest hawker centre in Singapore with more than 160 stalls. There are many popular stalls in the food centre located between the Mountbatten MRT station and Dakota MRT station. We highlight 10 stalls we like at Old Airport Road Food Centre.
When Tanjong Rhu Wanton Noodle can be found from Marine Terrace and Bugis to Bukit Panjang and West Coast and there are stalls with confusingly similar names, the original stall must be or have been very popular. The much sought-after Tanjong Rhu wanton noodles were originally sold in a coffee shop in Block 7 Jalan Batu; the same coffee shop where the famous Tanjong Rhu Pau stall is still located. The Tanjong Rhu Wanton Noodles stall is now in the Jalan Batu Market & Food Centre. It now has branches in many parts of Singapore and you can even order it online.
Tanjong Rhu Pau can still be found in Tanjong Rhu, which is something you cannot take for granted nowadays in Singapore. However, the shop that you have to look out for is Chin Sin Huat Eating House. There you will find the delicious small pau which they call Tua Bak Pau or Big Pork Pau. Tanjong Rhu Pau also has outlets in Geylang and Thomson.