Tired of eating the same meals over and over again? Why not go for some variety on your plate – perhaps an assortment of fritters, or a tau kwa or two? Fear not, Singapore Foodie has your back! Here are 10 delicious Wu Xiang Xia Bing hawker stalls to eat at o mix up your dinners a little. In no particular order, of course.
These 10 Wu Xiang Xia Bing Stalls Will (Five) Spice Up Your Life
1. 93 Wu Xiang Xia Bing (Toa Payoh)
Look at that veritable spread of delicious goodies! You certainly won’t be disappointed with such a wide selection of plump, crispy prawn fritters, golden brown dough sticks and juicy fish cakes. Not only is the wu xiang xia bing from this stall extremely delectable, it’s also immensely Instagrammable. Make all your friends jealous by buying lunch from here!
The cherry on top of this wonderful meal has to be the traditional sweet pink dip that’s served alongside the fried items. Alternate dipping your wu xiang xia bing in both this and the normal chilli, and just one plate won’t be enough for you.
Address: 93 Lorong 3 Toa Payoh, Toa Payoh Lorong 4 Hawker Centre, Singapore 310093
Operating Hours: 6am – 11pm (Tue – Sun)
2. Old Chong Pang Wu Xiang (Yishun)
Made with only the freshest ingredients, these bite-size wu xiang pieces look good and taste even better. The best part is that this stall has been around for a very, very long time – 1986 is way before many of us were even born! Come down to this stall for a taste of tradition.
Address: 105 Yishun Ring Rd, Singapore 760105
Operating Hours: 5pm – 12am (Tue – Sun)
3. Armenian Street Wu Xiang Xia Bing (Geylang)
Tucked away in a little corner, Armenian Wu Xiang Xia Bing is maybe one of Geylang’s best-kept secrets. On a street people go to for good food, it’s hard to stand out – but this stall, with its delicious shallot-mixed homemade chilli and generously-topped prawn kueh, manages to do it.
Each plate comes with a helping of pickled white radish in order to cut the greasiness and cleanse your palate for the next bite – a sure sign of a thoughtful stall owner!
Address: Lorong 21A Geylang
Operating Hours: Mon – Sun
4. Xin Sheng Gor Hiong (Boon Lay)
Doesn’t that selection look good against the blue hue of the plate? The prawn crackers from this stall are irresistably crispy and crunchy, and you won’t want to stop after just one bite. The bee hoon is another highlight of the meal – it’s extremely aromatic and practically melts in your mouth. We didn’t even know bee hoon could do that.
Address: Boon Lay Place Market and Food Village, 221A Boon Lay Pl, #01-164, Singapore 641221
Operating Hours: 11am – 11pm (Mon-Sun)
5. Lao Zhong Zhong Eating House (Macpherson)
Lao Zhong Zhong Eating House is always incredibly packed, even if you go there at 10AM. The crowds are an indication of how good the food there is, and a testament to the magnetic pull of the wu xiang xia bing!
People flock to this place mostly because of the ngoh hiang: big, juicy prawn-roll pieces with the outside fried to crispy, golden-brown perfection. Each plate is accompanied by a special plum-sauce chilli, and the portions are generous and inexpensive.
Address: 29 Tai Thong Cres, Singapore 347858
Operating Hours: 10am – 12am (Tue – Sun)
6. Wu Xiang Xia Bing (Hong Lim Food Centre)
The star of this plate is definitely the fragrant fried pumpkin cake, soft and steaming on the inside and crisp on the outside. Order this alongside their set meal, which includes bee hoon, sausages, otak-otak and fishcake for just $3.50! It’s value for money, and your stomach will agree it’s worth it, too.
Address: Blk 531A Upper Cross Street, #02-63 Hong Lim Food Centre
Operating Hours: 9:30am – 6pm (Mon – Sun)
7. Wu Xiang Da Heng (Tampines)
We don’t know about you, but we want to dive right into this plate. Just a single glance at their display of wu xiang xia bing tells you how fresh the ingredients they use are. Wu Xiang Da Heng is yet another hidden gem, this time in Tampines, and it serves the elusive pig liver ngoh hiang, a traditional food item you can hardly find nowadays. And of course the silver plating makes it a great centrepiece for your next Instagram story!
Address: 201C Tampines Street 21, #01-01, Singapore 523201
Operating Hours: Mon – Sun
8. Ming Xing Wu Xiang Xia Bing (People’s Park Food Centre)
With generous portions of bee hoon topped with huge prawn crackers, you can already tell this place is great value for money. If you spent all your coins on Grabfood bubble tea during the circuit breaker period (we see you!), then you’ll definitely want to try out this bargain. Those parsley kueh you see are our favourite, and honestly, we can’t wait to get our hands on a plate!
Address: People’s Park Food Centre 珍珠百貨商, 32 New Market Rd, Singapore 050032
Operating Hours: 11:30AM until they’re sold out! (Mon – Sun)
9. Bukit Merah Central Wu Xiang Guan Chang (Bukit Merah Central Food Centre)
Tau kwa is usually an underrated part of the whole wu xiang xia bing experience – people usually focus on the meats and the kueh – but not when it comes to this stall. Textured on the outside but smooth, soft and mild when you bite into it, this tau kwa is absolutely delicious. Accompanied by hot dough fritters and topped off with just-fried prawn crackers, it’s perfect for a decadent supper. Why not, right? Treat yourself after a long day of working from home!
Don’t buy it too late, though – they close at 9PM.
Address: Bukit Merah Central Food Centre, Blk 163 Bukit Merah Central, #02-26, Singapore 150163
Operating Hours: 1pm – 9pm (Mon – Sat)
10. Hup Kee Wu Xiang Guan Chang (Maxwell Food Centre)
This lovely uncle and auntie run one of Singapore’s favourite wu xiang xia bing places by far – not surprising, seeing as the stall is at Maxwell Food Centre. Hup Kee is always boasting long queues. Its traditional hokkien-style ngoh hiang is one of the two highlights for many of its loyal customers. What’s the other highlight? Why, the smiles on these hawkers’ faces when you order from them! It goes without saying that the customer service here is top-notch, and that extends to include their active presence on Facebook as well.
Address: 1 Kadayanallur St, #01 – 97 Maxwell Food Centre, Singapore 069184
Operating Hours: 12pm – 8pm (Mon – Sun)
There you have it, folks. A guide to 10 of the best places to buy wu xiang xia bing in Singapore. We’re so excited to go get some of this for dinner!
Which stall will you be buying from today?