Tiong Bahru is one of Singapore’s oldest neighbourhoods and is home to the famous Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre. Here, visitors can check out a variety of local foods, from chwee kueh (steamed rice cakes topped with preserved radish), to sio bak (crispy roast pork belly) and lor mee, a yellow noodle dish served in a thick, starchy gravy.Click here to find out more. »
Old Airport Road Food Centre was built in 1972 to house the street hawkers found all over Kallang area. Today, it's well known for it's variety of tasty yet affordable delights. Some of the famous dishes available include the famous Nasi Biryani, Minced Meat Noodle, Fried Hokkien Mee and more!Click here to find out more. »
Adam Road Food Centre, located in the vicinity of Singapore Botanic Gardens, is known for its nasi lemak (a malay fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf) and soup kambing (mutton soup). Although a lot smaller than other hawker centres, it has more Malay and Indian food stalls which is what it's known for.Click here to find out more. »
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