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Lately, there has been a lot of talk about the elder generation of Singapore hawkers. For most of them, there will be no one to take over their trade once they retire, as their sons and daughters have no wish to toil for hours behind the hot stove like their parents have done for decades. [...]

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Nam Kee Fried Prawn Noodle

This random lunch pick turned out to be one that’s worthy of recommendation. Although they use the thicker type of beehoon — as opposed to thin beehoon which absorbs more stock — both Hokkien noodle and thick beehoon had sufficiently soaked up the stock. The seafood-base stock was tasty and complex enough without being too [...]

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There’s this little hawker centre in Toa Payoh Lorong 5 that comes alive in the evening. Yup, they do mostly dinner and supper business. A few stalls are familiar haunts of the residents in the area, like this fried Hokkien prawn noodle stall.

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Thye Hong (Food Republic)

As it was already 9.30 p.m., I thought the dinner crowd would have thinned at Food Republic, the popular six-month-old food court at Wisma Atria. I’ve heard about the wonderful fried Hokkien noodles at Thye Hong, one of the many food stalls at Food Republic, but the queues had always put me off. This time, [...]

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Golden Mile Food Centre

Thanks to the SAF, I’ve discovered some great eats at Golden Mile Food Centre. My first visit was the consequence of R being called up for reservist training. He needed to replenish his full pack. NSmen will know what I’m talking about. Level 2 of this open three-storey building is the place to go for [...]

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Let’s go for another Singaporean hawker centre makan session! Today, we’re going to the Zion Riverside Food Centre, just across the road from Great World City. All items are S$1.00 each, so this platter cost S$5.00.

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