Amoy Street Food Centre is located at the heart of the Central Business District area in Tanjong Pagar. It is a popular eating destination, filled with hawker stalls offering good food that have withstood the test of time. Curious to know which stalls are worth patronising? Here are some of the well-received stalls in Amoy Street Food Centre that are a hit with locals. Read on to find out which are the 10 Best Hawker Stalls At The Famous Amoy Street Food Centre!
What To Eat At Amoy Street Food Centre?
1. Han Kee Fish Soup (#02-129)
Get ready for the hawker queue of your life! This stall can boast a queue of up to 40-50 persons during the lunch hour. Their fish soup is made from fresh fish, with a generous serving of fresh batang (Spanish mackerel) fish slices. The clear soup base that is lighter version of the rich, milky soup that you will find at other fish soup shops. However, the natural sweetness of the fish shines through more. Order their Sliced Fish Bee Hoon ($5/7/9) to taste what the hype is about!
Hours: Mon – Fri (10am – 3pm), Closed Sat & Sun
2. Hong Kee Beef Noodles (#01-42)
This beef noodle stall was listed on Singapore’s Michelin Bib Gourmand two years in a row, in 2016 and 2017. The beef noodle is sold in both the soup and the dry versions, priced at $4, $5 and $6. The beef stock is light but flavourful, after going through a 24-hour boiling process. In contrast, the dry version has a slightly more flavourful, dark gravy that is thick and coats the noodles! Will this be your new go-to beef noodle stall?
Hours: Mon – Fri (11am – 7:30pm), Sat – Sun (9am – 2:30pm)
Phone: +65 6323 1679
3. Amoy Street Fried Kway Teow (#01-01)
This stall is known for their fragrant Char Kway Teow. You can even distinctly taste the ‘wok hei’ (“breath of the wok”) on it! The kway teow is nicely charred with dark soy sauce, together with the cockles and bean sprouts thrown in. Priced at $3/$4 depending on the portion size, this char kway teow is good enough to convert you into a char kway teow lover!
Hours: Mon – Sat (9:30am – 2:30pm), Closed Sun
4. Ah Ter Teochew Fishball Noodles (#01-14)
Even though this is technically a fishball noodles stall, the main dish is actually bak chor mee. The chef uniquely pairs bak chor mee with a bowl of loaded fishball soup! The soup comes with fishballs, minced pork, slices of fresh pork liver and even prawns! Pork liver can be difficult to cook to the perfect tenderness, but it is done just right at Ah Ter Teochew Fishball Noodles. However, the highlight is definitely the many ingredients that are thrown into your soup! Watch our video on the Facebook page, covering how this Hawker Hunk makes this amazing dish.
Hours: Mon – Sat (7am – 3pm), Closed Sun
5. J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff (#01-21)
This seemingly simple snack shop is actually one of the most popular in Amoy Street Food Centre! J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff’s curry puffs have satisfied many customers who call them the best curry puffs in Singapore! Furthermore, they have also been listed in the Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand Guide consecutively in 2016, 2017 and 2018. Each of these golden ingots sells for $1.20, and their sardine curry puffs are super highly recommended! The secret to a good curry puff pastry is in its layers, which are evident from the spirals of pastry puff decorating each curry puff.
Hours: Mon – Sat (8am – 4pm), Closed Sun
6. Hoo Kee Rice Dumplings (#01-18)
Get bak zhang any time of the year here at Amoy Street Food Market! This Michelin Bib Gourmand bak zhang stall features authentic, hand-made, Hokkien-style dumplings. You can get them in original ($2.80), salted egg yolk ($3.60) and mushroom ($3.60). Don’t go near closing time though – they sell out pretty fast! However if you do manage to get there before they sell out, definitely buy a few as one is not enough! In addition, you can call them up to reserve your dumplings!
Hours: Mon – Sat (11am – 5pm), Closed Sun
Phone: +65 6221 1155 OR +65 6222 7866
7. Tai Seng Noodle House (#02-123) (Pork Ribs Noodles)
Looking for a stall that will give you a huge portion size? Tai Seng noodle house is the one! You can get a plate of wanton noodles riddled with wantons and char siew or fresh steamed fish for just $4! Their Braised Mushroom Pork Rib Noodle ($4) is also one of their popular dishes. Furthermore, the plate is heaped with pork ribs and deep-fried wantons. Seriously a value for money!
Hours: Mon – Sat (9:30am – 2:30pm)
8. Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee (#02-79/80)
Although the reviews of this lor mee stall are divided, they still have a lot of loyal patrons who stand by them. If you like a thick, meaty lor mee gravy, you should try this out! The gravy is naturally thick, without being too starchy. The flavour of the ingredients, like the ngoh hiang, pork belly and crispy fried fritters are deeply infused into the gravy, giving it a strong meaty flavour.
Hours: Wed – Sun (8:30am – 4:30pm), Closed Mon & Tues
Phone: +65 6291 1439
9. Wah Kee Noodle (#02-125)
Wah Kee is a popular wanton mee stall here at Amoy – you have to be in luck if there’s no queue when you visit! The springy wanton noodles are topped with well-roasted char siew and meaty wantons for $3.50 or $4.50. Every element of the dish is well-executed, making it a favourite eating destination during lunch hour. Their chilli is also spicy and packs a real punch if you add it into your noodles!
Hours: Mon – Sat (9:30am – 2:30pm), Closed Sun
10. Li Xing Nasi Lemak (#02-81)
For $3, a Standard Nasi Lemak comes with a deep-fried chicken wing, luncheon meat, fish cake and ikan bilis. The chicken wings are well-marinated and fried to a crisp, making them a popular addition to Li Xing’s Nasi Lemak! The highlight of this Nasi Lemak is the fragrant coconut rice that is thoroughly infused with coconut. Although, the coconut taste may be a tad bit strong for some palates.
Hours: Mon – Sun (7am – 1pm)
Phone: +65 6224 0839
10 Best Hawker Stalls At The Famous Amoy Street Food Centre
Here are the 10 best hawker stalls at Amoy Street Food Centre! This is a great dining spot that locals love. If you haven’t been to Amoy Street Food Centre before, you’re surely missing out on these eating spots! You may want to dabao during the lunch hour instead as it gets packed pretty quickly! What are your favourite stalls at Amoy Street Food Centre?
Amoy Street Food Centre
Location: 7 Maxwell Road, Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore 069111