Famous Bedok 85 Fengshan Food Centre To Be Reopened on 17 June 2020.

Four Months Without Bedok 85 Fengshan!


  • Bedok 85 Fengshan Food Centre is reopening soon!
  • It’s slated to open on 17 June 2020, after renovations end on 16 June.

Good news, Foodies – everyone’s favourite Bedok 85 Fengshan Food Centre is reopening on 17th June along with major food centres like ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre (16th June) and 353 Clementi Food Centre (22nd June). Are you excited? We know we are!


Revamped and Reopening After 4 Months

For those of you who’ve been following the news on Fengshan Food Centre, you’ll know it’s been closed to the public since 10 February this year. And since circuit-breaker measures meant that we couldn’t dine in at hawker centres anyway, the authorities decided to take the opportunity to renovate our favourite hawker centre.

It’s prime timing – Fengshan will begin operations on 17 June 2020, which will hopefully be around the same time as Phase 2 kicks into motion!

Photo: @huahing (Instagram)


3 Must-Try Dishes of Bedok 85 Fengshan We Miss A Lot!

It’s been four whole months since we’ve had food from Fengshan, so here are the top 3 things that we, at least, can’t wait to have again:

1. Bak Chor Mee (from Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian and Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee)

Photo: @thenoisyelephant (Instagram)

Whether you’re a fan of Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian or Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee, there’s no denying that the bak chor mee is one of the biggest things that make Fengshan famous. Before you ask, we patronise both stalls – Xing Ji has a much lighter, more refreshing soup, while Seng Hiang has a stronger garlic flavour and offers both soup and dry versions.

Photo: @pidanpom (Instagram)

And of course, both come with delicious noodles with a good bite to them, as well as satisfying, tasty meatballs. Why choose one when both are good?

2. Oyster Omelette (Bedok 85 Fried Oyster Omelette)

Photo: @rilarila1902 (Instagram)

Here’s yet another thing Fengshan is famous for – it’s oyster omelette. Those plump, juicy oysters housed in a freshly-fried, glorious yellow omelette make for a great dish to share with your friends and family for supper (at least in normal times). It’s a good thing this stall opens until 2AM!

You might not be able to have this in the hawker centre itself right now, but it still makes for a great midnight snack.


3. BBQ Chicken Wings (Sin Bedok North BBQ Chicken Wings)

Photo: @vichen214 (Instagram)

And finally, who doesn’t love a good BBQ chicken wing? With a fragrant, smoky aroma and juicy, tender meat, this is definitely a go-to supper choice, and we’re longing to taste it again. Dip it into the chilli for a bit of a tang or go without and bite into it straight away – the choice is yours.

We’re excited for Fengshan Food Centre’s reopening! Which dish will you order first?


Read: Missing Singapore’s Street Food: 10 Best & Famous Bak Kut Teh In Singapore

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