If you haven’t tasted or have been to a hawker center in Singapore then you’ve probably haven’t tasted true local food. A hawker center is usually jammed packed with locals and consists of several food stalls selling local cuisines at affordable rates. One such hawker place is theTiong Bahru Market.
Located at 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, Alexandra Village Food Center, Singapore, this iconic Tiong Bahru Market is the center and prime choice for many of its guest who wants great tasting food without ever spending on too much. The iconic Tiong Bahru Market reopened for business last June 2006 undergoing numerous renovations and upgrading works by the National Environment Agency’s Hawker Centers Program
Since is its reopening, the hustle and bustle that characterize the old market is now completely gone. New seats have been incorporated in the place as it can accommodate numerous people at any particular setting. With the new upgraded facility, the market incorporates new mechanical exhaust system for cooked food stalls. The renovation has greatly attracted many of its customers and it is now been a great place to stay and enjoy great tasting food.
A must eat for food lovers, The Tiong Bahru Market serves Teaochew Fishball Noodles, Fried Kway Teow, Pork Porridge Fresh Raw Fish, Chicken Porridge Raw Fish and Set, egg tarts, Teck Seng Soya Bean Milk, Yam cake,fried noodle.
But the place is recognizably known for its Chwee Kueh and Fried Mokkien Mee. The egg and rice noodle dish is affordably cheap and tastes great as it is topped down with fresh shrimps, dried prawns and as well as some pork and chicken to add flavor and juices to this kind of dish.
The Chwee Kueh or steamed rice cake is famous cuisine of Singapore that is mixed from rice flour and water. These rice cakes are personal favorites among the locals as they are preserved with radish and served with chili sauce; it is also a popular breakfast choice for many of its patrons.
For great tasting food at affordable prices head on over to Tiong Bahru Market, where everything is as great as the place itself.