Author Archives: Amuro Wesley

Fatman Satay


Fatman Satay

I first got to hear of this stall in 2006's local food variety show – Makan Places Lost And Found hosted by Gurmit Singh and Michelle Chia. By then, there are 2 outlets in both Lau Pat Sat and Kopt Tiam outdoor coffee shop opposite Orchard Cineplex. Now it is just Lau Pat Sat outlet. If I could recall correctly, those 2 stalls were from Esplanda under Old Satay Club my parents used to take me as a child. What […]

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Hong Kee Beef Noodles


Hong Kah Beef Noodles

This is by far the best beef noodles I have ever tasted. Formerly from Cuppage Hawker Food Centre, the stall run by a stocky bespectacled man and his wife now relocated to Amoy. I first get to know exactly 10 years ago in 2006 when I was working as telemarketer in outbound call centre office opposite which was now demolished. What I like about beef noodles is its delicious herbal soup and gravy over the noodles. Not to mention the […]

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Amoy Street Fried Kway Teow


Amoy Street Fried Kway Teow

From Chinatown MRT, I shall now head to Tanjong Pagar MRT and then back to Amoy Street Food Centre. But instead of going up, I will be trying the stalls on ground floor instead. Though not as popular as Outram Park stall, the Fried Char Kway Teow served by this old man and his wife assistant is just as good. Likewise, it is pretty standardized with stir-fried over fire Kway Teow topped with eggs and clams. They are open from […]

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Outram Park Fried Char Kway Teow


Outram Park Char Kway Teow

Along with Amoy Food Centre stall which I will be mentioning in my next post, I considered this one to be among the best Char Kway Teow stalls. As early as 7am, huge crowds are already queuing to order. So much so that the lady stall assistant got to take advance orders from the back queue. The taste is very original. I also like the clams. Topped with eggs and heated over fire, it truly is what I conaidered the […]

Clementi Satay Bee Hoon


Satay Mee Hoon

Not content with just having carrot cake, I proceeded down to have Satay Bee Hoon at another stall within the same area. Though not as popular, the dish looks and tastes great. For those of you who are not Singaporeans or have never tried the dish, it is basically Bee Hoon – thin rice strands topped with thick satay gravy, prawns, pork slices, cuttlefish slices, clams and Kailan vegetables. Best to eat while it is hot!

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Clementi Carrot Cake


Clementi Carrot Cake

From Jurong East, we head down to Clementi Hawker Food Centre. Unlike the stall I mentioned in my previous post, this one is just as popular as Wan Kee Wanton Mee in Amoy Street. You have to be there as early as 7am to avoid the long queue. What is really so popular about this carrot cake is its unique yet original taste that hits very well with the residents there. Topped with eggs, it is served as another great […]

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Seng Huat Carrot Cake


Carrot Cake In Both Kinds

Carrot cake is my favourite Friday breakfast and even more at Seng Huat Carrot Cake stall situated at my Yuhua hawker food centre. Unlike Mondays, I tend to eat heavy on Fridays as they are the last days of working weeks I also see Friday as black dark day of the night in contrast to Monday blue, black and white. The carrot cake comes in 2 simple varieties with or without dark soy sauce. If you are health conscious or […]

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Jurong East Central Braised Duck Noodles, Rice And Kuay Chap


Braised Duck Noodle, Rice And Kuay Chap

Like the Laksa stall, I could not remember the name of the braised duck noodle stall nor the coffeeshop it is situated in. The duck rice is not so good but the duck noodles and kuay chap aka braised pork with organs, eggs and dried vegetables are simply superb. With braised duck egg, peanuts, beancurd and duck organs, it makes a perfect delicious yet fattening lunch dish. Along with Nasi Lemak and Subway sandwiches, braised duck noodles is my all-time […]

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Yuhua Food Centre Laksa And Prawn Mee Boon


Dry Prawn Noodle And Laksa

As embarrassing it may sound to you and me, , I could not remember the stall name now despite eating at that Laksa stall at Yuhua Food Centre for 30 years. At this time of writing, the food centre is still under renovation but come May, I will change the post title to the actual stall name. Like Li Chang Fishball and Hokkein Mee stalls, this Laksa stall has been around since 1985. In fact, it is one of the pioneer stalls […]

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Na Na Curry


Na Na Curry Chicken Set

Formerly situated on the 4th floor of Amara Shopping Centre in Tanjong Pagar, Na Na Homemade Curry stall now shifted its premises to the suburban HDB district of Dover Road. Considered as among the best and most popular for its original and unbeatable curry chicken rice, it is a practically go-to-stall for most office workers during lunch hours. What I like is its strong aroma, fragrance and taste of its spicy curry chicken sauce, chicken and potatoes. Not to mention […]

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