Top 8 Stalls You Must Try At Golden Mile Food Centre! (2023 Guide)

With various popular stalls to choose from, having a meal at Golden Mile Food Centre can be a headache sometimes. Well, worry no more as we have compiled the top 8 stalls for you to check out this 2023! Feast on a plethora of mouth-watering dishes like Lu Rou Fan, Curry Chicken Noodles, Teochew Braised Duck, and many more!


8 Stalls To Check Out At Golden Mile Food Centre!

1. 86 Lor Mee

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Serving unique ingredients like Ebi Tempura, Fried Fish, and Chicken Cutlet, 86 Lor Mee truly stands out from the rest. Their popular Fried Chicken Lor Mee is served with thick and starchy gravy, unlike some stalls where their gravy is watery. Even without the addition of garlic and vinegar, it is already incredibly robust. The garlic does however give a nice kick and crunch that pairs perfectly with the noodles. Additionally, their tangy chilli seriously packs a punch, elevating each bite!

Crispy, tender, and juicy, the chicken cutlet is well-seasoned and executed to perfection. On top of that, its crunchiness pairs beautifully with the chewiness of the noodles. Present in all their variations, the dish included tender pork belly slices and half a braised egg as well. Definitely a must-try dish when you’re here!

Unit: #01-86

Operating Hours: Daily, except for Sat, 8.30am to 6pm

2. Flourful Delight

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Right beside 86 Lor Mee lies Flourful Delight, another popular stall that draws queues for its delicious noodles and handmade dumplings.

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A hawker dish you don’t find very often, their Dan Dan Mian is perfectly springy and chewy, with the sauce having the perfect balance of nuttiness and tanginess. Additionally, the minced pork and peanuts add a pleasant layer of flavour and texture to the noodles. The chilli oil gives an incredible kick of heat that builds and lingers, but you can’t help but go back for more!

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For the Wanton in Chilli Oil, the plump wantons have a really smooth skin, with a generous filling of minced pork that is well-seasoned. A mixture of soy sauce, vinegar, and chilli is used which makes the dish feel less heavy and oily.

Served with a huge dollop of spicy chilli, you can simply choose your desired amount instead of mixing it all up, allowing you to control your level of heat. Each bite is greeted with an incredible burst of spice, savouriness, and tanginess, with a slight hint of sweetness to give a harmonious balance of flavours.

Unit: #01-85


Operating Hours: Tues to Sat, 11am to 2pm & 6pm to 8pm

3. Tee Kitchen

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Being the only hawker stall in Singapore serving Columbian Chicken, Tee Kitchen is definitely a spot worth checking out! The Columbian Chicken is served with their Special Rice which is slightly savoury, pairing well with the delightfully thick and flavourful stew which is reminiscent of your Chinese-style braised chicken sauce.

The chicken is incredibly succulent and tender, melting beautifully in your mouth with each bite. Adding a touch of acidity and brightness to the dish is the salsa, giving a good balance to the savouriness of the chicken. Packing quite a punch, the chilli tastes similar to chicken rice chilli and adds a delightful layer of tang and spice.


Unit: #01-78

Operating Hours: Wed to Sun, 10.30am to 3pm

4. Da Po Hainanese Chicken Rice & Curry Chicken Noodle

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This legendary stall has garnered immense popularity over the years and remains a go-to spot for many to this day. Da Po’s Curry Chicken Noodles has an incredibly rich and creamy gravy, with each sip giving an addictive burst of coconut milk and spice. It packs quite a punch, and isn’t too heavy, allowing you to gulp down the whole bowl without feeling too jelak.


The poached chicken is succulent and tender, although it is recommended to request for breast meat instead due to the bones. The enormous chunks of potatoes have a good bite to them while the tau pok soaks up all that amazing curry goodness beautifully. A unique ingredient served here is the pork skin, absorbing the gravy well while adding a delightful gelatinous and chewy texture.

Unit: #B1-53

Operating Hours: Daily, except for Mon, 10.30am to 6.30pm

5. Hainan Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee

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If you’re someone who enjoys dry Hokkien Mee, then this is the stall for you! Operating for over 31 years, Hainan Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee is a well-known stall among many who frequent this hawker centre.

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Their noodles are tender and almost mushy, but they carry the flavours well. Each bite is full of seafood and umami flavour, with an incredible smokiness from the wok hei as well. Served with a generous amount of seafood, all of them are perfectly cooked. Even their house-made chilli is fantastic!

Unit: #B1-34

Operating Hours

  • Tues to Sun, except for Wed, 10am to 5pm
  • Mon, 10am to 3pm

6. Braise 卤之家

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Lu Rou Fan for only $3.50? Yes, please! Helmed by husband-and-wife duo, MJ and Amy, Braise has quickly become one of the most popular stalls at this hawker centre, drawing crowds for their Singapore-style Lu Rou Fan.

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The Braised Pork Rice is served with a mix of pork ribs, belly, and shank which are incredibly flavourful and melt beautifully in your mouth. Doused with a luscious and sweet sauce, the sweetness isn’t too overpowering, allowing the flavour of the pork to still shine through.

The rice is braised with the sauce as well, giving each bite a burst of flavour. The chilli elevates the dish, adding spice and tang to balance out the sweetness of the sauce. Don’t be fooled by the chilli as it builds and starts to pack a punch after a few bites!

Unit: #01-104

Operating Hours: Daily, except for Mon, 11am to 3pm (or till sold out)

7. Ah Xiao Teochew Braised Duck

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Currently run by second-generation owners, Ah Xiao Teochew Braised Duck first opened during the 1990s and continues to bring their customers a taste of nostalgia with their simple and traditional flavours to this day.

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The rice and duck are doused with their gravy, adding a pleasant touch of sweetness to them. The duck is juicy and pairs perfectly with their in-house chilli that’s made with vinegar, garlic, and chilli padi. Each bite is greeted with the perfect balance of spice and tang!

Unit: #B1-43

Operating Hours

  • Tues, Wed, Fri, 10am to 2pm
  • Sat & Sun, 10am to 1pm

8. Chi Le Ma

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Offering a variety of affordable and quality steamed fish sets, prices range depending on the type of fish and flavours. Choose from Grouper, Sea Bass, and Golden Promfret, with each set served with a whole fish of your choice, a bowl of steamed egg and a bowl of rice. The fish are incredibly fresh, with the gravy helping to elevate the flavours further. If you want a taste, be sure to head down early as they sometimes close within three hours of opening!

Unit: #01-87

Operating Hours: Tues to Sun, 10.30am to 2pm

Head Down To Golden Mile Food Centre Today!

A feast of incredible food awaits! Hurry down to Golden Mile Food Centre and try them all today!

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