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Sunday, 15 February 2015

Chinatown Food Street


Chinese New Year is around the corner.

Chinatown is undoubtedly the most crowded and vibrant place in Singapore during this period.

Walking among the crowd is quite a challenge, but we still love the charm here.

If you are in Chinatown, there's one place you need to visit -

Smith Street, Chinatown, Singapore
Opening hours - 11am - 11pm daily
(extended hours from 30 Jan - 18 Feb to 2am)
Located at Smith Street in the heart of Chinatown, this food street is one of the best place to find a diverse spread of Singapore food.  Famous local dishes from various places are now "assembled" here.  You need not travel to the east for frog legs porridge then to the north for satay.

Alfresco dining with nostalgic shop houses along the two sides of the food was a delightful experience.
The newly constructed high-ceiling glass canopy shelter the place from rain and the internal spot cooling system is greatly appreciated in our humid weather.

Chinatown Food Street is lined with 24 hawker stalls in street carts.  You will be spoiled with choices!  Most of the dishes are priced S$2.50 - S$10.00, except for certain seafood and Yu Sheng.

Are you ready to drool?

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Boon Tat Street BBQ Seafood (Stall no. 1 & 3)

BBQ seafood with fiery sambal will never go wrong!  This stall offers BBQ sambal stingray, prawns, crayfish as well as different types of clams.
Image credit www.facebook.com/ChinatownFoodStreet

Thim Kee Curry Chicken Noodle (Stall no. 2)
We grow up drink milk and curry, this is not exaggerating.  Curry is great with rice, bread and of course, noodles too!

Bugis Street Hainanese Chicken Rice (Stall no. 4)

Smooth and tender chicken with fragrance rice, our comfort food.

Katong Keah Kee Fried Oysters (Stall no. 5)
Whenever I "discover" an oyster camouflage within the egg batter, it's like strike lottery.   It's great fun and I am never sick of this "mini treasure hunt".   This dish makes me happy ^.^

Balestier Abalone Noodle (Stall no.6)
It's Chinese New Year, it's eating abalone time, grab a bowl!

Tiong Bahru Meng Kee Roast Duck (Stall no. 7)
How to resist crispy duck skin with juicy meat.....  You may like to order roast pork belly, roast chicken or char siew for a combi platter!

Food Street Fried Kway Teow (Stall no. 8.)
Image credit http://chinatownfoodstreet.sg/gallery
Loaded with calories, but worth it for the pleasure of our taste buds.

Chinatown Cheng Kee Hokkien Mee (Stall no. 9)
Image credit www.facebook.com/ChinatownFoodStreet
Prawn broth wet noodles on opeh leaf, more eggs and more prawns please!

Geylang Lor 9 Fresh Frog Porridge (Stall no.10)
Frog legs sounded gross to some of you.  But for those who had never tried before, you are really missing a lot.  The meat texture of frog legs is between fish and chicken  It's tender but not overly soft.  Chewing is effortless without any tough fiber.

Chomp Chomp Goodluck BBQ Chicken Wings (Stall no. 11)
Image credit www.facebook.com/ChinatownFoodStreet
BBQ wings, you can eat them even if you are not hungry lolxx...

Odeon Beef Noodles (Stall no.12)
Fresh beef slices or bouncy beef balls, the choice is yours!

Chong Chong Ngoh Hiang Prawn Fritter (Stall no. 13)
Of course there are a lot more than prawn fritters!  We have fish balls, spring rolls, pork sausage etc. with spicy peanut sauce and soft fragrance stir fried bee hoon (rice noodles).

Sin Ming Road Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh (Stall no.14)

Pepper soup with tender pork ribs, looks simple but had conquered many food lovers.

Joo Chiat Ang Moh Noodle House (Stall no. 15)
Wanton noodles any one?

Chinatown Ah Hock Steamed Fish Head (Stall no. 16)
Image credit www.facebook.com/ChinatownFoodStreet
Offers more than Steamed Fish Head, many zi char dishes are available too!

Serangoon Raju Indian Cuisine (Stall no. 17)
Image credit http://instagram.com/sengyi
Nasi Briyani or roti prata?  Here's the stall!

Chinatown Crab Master (Stall no.18)
We had a hard time deciding how we should get our crab done, black pepper, salt egg or steam.  We settled with chilli crab with egg sauce which is a crowd pleaser!  *Wipes saliva*

Besides, live crabs, they are having Yu Sheng too.

Salmon Yu Sheng S$28 (small), S$38 (large)

Newton Circus Ahmad Ibrahim Satay (Stall no.19)
Satay is a malay dish, but every Singaporean loves it no matter which race we are!

You guys are awesome, we love satay and we love you too, heehee...

Maxwell Road Soon Soon Popiah and Laksa (Stall no.20)
This stalls offers Kway Pie Tee as well!  Put the whole pie into the mouth and enjoy the crispy "cup" as well as the juicy flavourful "mang guang" (turnip).

Chinatown Enak Fritters (Stall no. 21)
Visit this friendly uncle for pipping hot fritters and puffs!

Chinatown Food Street Hot/Cold Beverages & Desserts (Stall no. K1)

Chinatown Food Street Hot/Cold Beverages & Fresh Fruit Juices (Stall no. K2)

(from 13 Feb to 31 Mar 2015)
Spend S$10 in a single receipt at Chinatown Foods Street
get a 20% DISCOUNT Voucher off
Trick Eye Museum tickets!

Adding to the Chinese New Year celebration, there will be various activities including of lighting of sparklers and games for the whole family.

During our visit, local artist Henry Heng ( 王利秦) was at Chinatown Food Street distributing ang baos!  I caught his attention, wearing red helps lolxx....  Gotten an ang bao from him!

HUAT arh!  Haahaahaa....

GIVEAWAY!  大家一起发!
Click in www.facebook.com/SusanWong.sg
I'll be giving away Chinatown Food Street vouchers!

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