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Amoy Street Food Centre Currently Under Renovation, Will Reopen On Jan 10, 2022

Attention everyone! Amoy Street Food Centre has recently closed for renovations and will reopen three months later on Jan 10, 2022. The food centre at Telok Ayer will be undergoing repairs and redecoration, according to the National Environment Agency (NEA)’s website.

Amoy Street Food Centre Under Renovation

Image: Singapore Tourism Board
Photo: Soo Hin Yeoh (Google Maps)

The iconic food centre was last renovated six years ago in 2014. The hawker centre was badly affected by the Work From Home (WFH) arrangements during this pandemic, as well as the dining in restrictions.

The upcoming renovation will include painting, mechanical and electrical works, such as replacing the light fittings and fans. Additionally, the replacement of sanitary pipes and kitchen exhaust motors, as well as toilet improvement works, according to NEA.

Image: Bryant Thomas (Google Maps)

For those fans of the food at Amoy Street, fret not! You still might have a chance to eat from some of your favourite stalls! According to Mothership, NEA will offer temporary stalls to owners who request to continue their operations at other hawker centres during the period of the renovation, subjecting to stall availability and approval.

Popular Food At Amoy Street

For those wondering what’s good at Amoy Street Food Centre, here is a list of some of the most popular stalls we will miss!

1. Ah Ter Teochew Fishball Noodles

Photo:@pearlzeng (Instagram)

2. Amoy Street Fried Kway Teow 

Image:@missychernie (Instagram)

3. Tai Seng Noodle House

Photo:@thesocialnoms (Instagram)

4. J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff 

Image:@duhfooddevil (Instagram)

5. Hoo Kee Rice Dumplings

Photo:@singaporehawkermania (Instagram)

Amoy Street Hawker Center Reopening in Jan 2022

With all these popular stalls having to close temporarily, hopefully, some of them will be able to open their stall at the other hawker centres. January 2022 is only a few months away so do be sure to head down once the hawker centre reopens!

In the meantime, do check out Hum Jin Pang and Heng Heng Tapioca Cake around Maxwell Road!

Cover Photo: Singapore Tourism Board, Soo Hin Yeoh (Google Maps)

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