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10 Best Food To Eat In Bedok, Singapore (2020 Guide)

Here's Why Bedok Is A Must-Visit Foodie Spot in S'pore!

Singapore is filled with mouth-watering delicacies in every corner, but one of the most underrated areas in this foodie-lover’s paradise is Bedok! Located in the East, this neighbourhood may be a little inconvenient for some, but trust us – it’s worth the trip down! Here are the top 10 Bedok eateries you have to try for the ultimate gastronomic experience!

The Ultimate Bedok Food Guide, Singapore!

1. Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle

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An old-timer at Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle is hands-down one of the best places to get Curry Chicken Noodles. The curry has a wonderfully rich texture, containing a perfect mix of lemak and spice while not being too thick! The consistency is more similar to Laksa, and is more palatable and easier to slurp than curry.

Each bowl of noodles comes with a generous helping of ingredients, including thinly-sliced strips of tau pok (fried beancurd) and potato chunks that are well-soaked in the savoury curry. Thick, moist cuts of chicken breast meat complement the curry perfectly and gives a clean bite to the strong flavour of the spices.

Location: #01-58, Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, 208 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 462208
Operating Hours:
Mon – Sun: 9.30am – 10.30pm

2. Yummy

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If you love Chee Cheong FunYummy offers a unique rendition of the dish, serving it together with freshly fried Yong Tau Foo. Their handmade Chee Cheong Fun is smooth and has a nice bite, perfectly complementing the sweet and spicy sauces. The best part is the crispy fried beancurd skin that tops every plate, giving the dish a satisfying crunch.

Location: #01-77, Bedok 216 Market & Food Centre, 216 Bedok North Street 1, Singapore 460216

Operating Hours: Mon – Sun: 6am – 6pm

3. Hill Street Char Kway Teow

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While there’s certainly no lack of Char Kway Teow stalls in Singapore, Hill Street Char Kway Teow is a personal favourite of ours! This particular version is absolutely worth having a cheat day for, with the crispy pork lard and firm lup cheong providing a nice contrasting texture to the silky noodles. The dish is moist, well-fried with a strong wok hei flavour, and carries a wonderful aroma which makes it impossible to resist. Be prepared for a long queue, but rest assured it will be well worth your time!

Location: #01-41, 16 Bedok South Road, Singapore 460016

Operating Hours: Tues – Sun: 10.30pm – 7.30pm

4. Chai Chee Fried Carrot Cake

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Chai Chee Fried Carrot Cake serves sticks of deep-fried carrot cake, a traditional snack that is not common nowadays. These strips of greasy goodness are similar to thick-cut fries or spam fries, but have a nice soft and chewy texture inside a crisp exterior. Additionally, they come at an affordable price of just $2 for 12 pieces!

Location: Block 216, Bedok North Street 1, #01-55, Singapore 460216

Operating Hours: Mon – Sun: 5am – 1pm

5. Refuel Cafe

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A Bedok gem, Refuel Cafe serves some good, substantial mains beside the usual cafe grub! Their Chilli Crab Pasta and Pulled Pork Waffles come highly recommended, and they also make some good coffee! On top of that, they also have a good variety of desserts, from pancakes to cakes, and at extremely reasonable prices. It’s a great place to have lunch and nurse a cup of coffee or snacking on a dessert afterwards, chilling for the rest of the afternoon.

Location: #01-3029, 744 Bedok Reservoir Road, Singapore 470744

Operating Hours: Mon, Wed – Fri: 11am – 9.30pm; Sat & Sun: 10am – 9.30pm (Closed on Tues)

6. FatCat Ice Cream Bar

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Photo: fatcatsg (Instagram)

Easties may already be well familiar with this place, but FatCat Ice Cream Bar is THE go-to spot for sweet treats in Bedok! A humble cafe located under a HDB block, FatCat has earned a reputation for their innovative, artisan desserts sold at affordable prices!

The absolute must-try is their signature Charcoal Waffles – airy and crispy waffles best paired with their homemade Salted Egg Yolk Custard sauce. Easily the best waffles in town, the structural integrity of their thick, perfectly crafted waffles are never a miss! If you’re feeling more atas, try out their hotel-standard plated desserts like Reverse S’mores!

Location: #01-25, 416 Bedok North Ave 2, Singapore 460416

Operating Hours: Mon, Wed & Thurs: 1pm – 10pm; Fri: 1pm – 11pm; Sat: 12pm – 11pm; Sun: 12pm – 10pm (Closed on Tues)

7. Sin Bedok North BBQ Chicken Wing

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Located in the famous Bedok 85 Fengshan Market, Sin Bedok North BBQ Chicken Wing serves amazing BBQ chicken wings. The skin is beautifully charred and crispy, and the meat is extremely flavourful and juicy. Despite the never-ending list of orders, service is efficient and you won’t have to wait long to get a plate of wings for yourself!

Location: #01–12, Fengshan Market, 85 Bedok North Road, Singapore 460085
Operating Hours: Mon – Sun: 4.30pm – 1am

8. Chai Chee Pork Porridge

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Photo: jamietan04 (Instagram)

Who says porridge is sick people food? Chai Chee Pork Porridge is a step above the rest, serving wonderful, flavourful porridge despite its typically bland appearance. The well-marinated pieces of lean and minced pork meat combine well with the silky, thick porridge to produce a hearty bowl of the ultimate comfort food!

Location: #01-210, Fengshan Market, 85 Bedok North Road, Singapore 460085

Operating Hours: Daily: 5pm – 2am

9. Milk & Honey Gelato

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A walking distance from Bedok 85 Fengshan Market, Milk & Honey Gelato is the best place to end off a gastronomic experience in the infamous market! Don’t be fooled by the humble exterior of the cafe, they make some of the best gelato and waffles in town! They also have some amazing hand-crafted milkshakes with their signature gelato flavours. They often get crowded, so be sure to head over early to get a seat in their cosy cafe!

Location: #01-179, 86 Bedok North Street 4, Singapore 460086

Operating Hours: Tues – Sun: 12pm – 12am

10. 75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup

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Last but not least, 75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup in Fengshan Market serves the best of Singapore’s classic local desserts – Tang Yuan! The traditional mochi-esque balls come in a variety of flavours, including Peanut, Red bean, Yam, Black sesame and Green tea. Customers can choose from three soup bases to pair with these bite-sized delights – Peanut, Almond milk and Ginger.

Our personal favourite is the Peanut Tang Yuan with Ginger soup, the creamy, nutty peanut filling contrasting perfectly with the spicy, refreshing ginger soup. Queues can get long, so be prepared to wait a little to try this nostalgic dessert!

Location: #01-25, Fengshan Market, Blk 85 Bedok North St 4

Operating Hours: Mon – Sun: 11am – 8.30pm

Top 10 Foods You Have to Try In Bedok, Singapore!

With Singapore’s reputation as a food lover’s paradise, there is always delicious food to be found in every corner. Instead of going to the same touristy places, visit Bedok to try some authentic, good and cheap local favourites! Singaporeans are also encouraged to make the trip down – we guarantee you won’t be disappointed!

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