Top 8 Stalls You Must Try At Old Airport Road Food Centre! (2023 Edition)

Ever wandered through Old Airport Road Food Centre and couldn’t decide on what to eat? Well, with over a hundred stalls there to choose from, we certainly don’t blame you. To help you with that, here are the top 8 stalls to check out when here. With scrumptious food on this list like succulent char siew, indulgent char kway teow, and more, you definitely won’t be disappointed!


Top 8 Stalls To Check Out At Old Airport Road Food Centre!

1. Roast Paradise


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This is definitely a go-to spot if you’re looking for some incredible roasted meats. Opened in 2016, Roast Paradise has since garnered a huge cult following. Specializing in Char Siew, it is first cooked in a drum under charcoal for three hours. It is then coated with a sweet sauce to give it a beautiful layer of caramelization. The result is a sweet-salty and succulent char siew that leaves you wanting more!

The Char Siew is cooked Kuala Lumpur style, meaning fattier cuts of meats are used and it’s roasted for a longer period of time. This gives it a perfectly caramelised and smoky exterior with an absolutely tender interior. Roast Paradise also offers delectable Roasted Pork, with an amazing crisp crackling. Definitely a must-try too!

Unit: #01-121

Operating Hours: Tues to Sun, 10.30am to 6.30pm

2. Dong Ji Fried Kway Teow


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With waiting times of at least 20 minutes during lunch hour, there’s no doubt that Dong Ji serves up a tasty plate of Char Kway Teow. With more than 40 years of experience, the owner fries each plate of kway teow individually to ensure quality and consistency. Reminiscent of Penang char kway teow, Dong Ji’s is on the drier side and is less sweet as compared to our Singapore version. Each plate is packed with ingredients, delivering flavours of spice, smokiness, and eggy goodness.


Unit: #01-138

Operating Hours: Mon to Sat, 11am to 8pm

3. Famous Old Airport Road Oyster Omelette

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This popular stall is no stranger to the oyster omelette connoisseurs out there. This stall’s version of oyster omelette features a super crispy exterior, with it being fluffy at the same time. A generous amount of eggs and flour chunks are served, without it being overly starchy.


The oysters are truly the star of the dish! They are fresh and fragrant, with each chunk having the perfect proportion of egg and flour, with the perfect amount of savouriness. What’s even better, you can enjoy it with other seafood like squid and prawns, or even three of them in one dish!

Unit: #01-101

Operating Hours

  • Tues to Fri, 11am to 2pm & 5.30pm to 9.30pm
  • Sat & Sun, 11am to 9.30pm

4. To-Ricos Kway Chap


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Also known as Blanco Court 3rd Storey Kway Chap, this popular stall draws snaking queues daily, with a Michelin Bib Gourmand under their belt as well. Their kway chap is topped with crispy fried shallots and served with the standard ingredients including pig intestines and stomach, pork belly, tau kwa, tau pok, and braised eggs. Pair them with the smooth rice noodles and some chilli for one incredibly satisfying bite. Do visit the stall at a non-peak hour if you want to avoid the queue!

Unit: #01-135

Operating Hours: Tues to Sat, 10am to 2.30pm

5. Xiang Ji Lor Mee

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One of the two famous lor mee stalls here, Xiang Ji’s gravy is deliciously thick and flavourful, with the perfect amount of heat. Their Lor Mee is served with a substantial portion of fish flakes, ngoh hiang, pork belly, and a braised egg with loads of garlic, coriander, chilli, and vinegar for an incredible burst of flavour with each bite. With waiting times of up to an hour, you would definitely want to head down early to not miss out!

Unit: #01-81

Operating Hours: Daily, except for Tues, 7am to 3pm

6. Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun

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From the numerous articles featured on their stall front, you’re definitely in for a treat at this popular spot. Unlike the usual type of Chee Cheong Fun, this stall’s Chee Cheong Fun is served with soy sauce instead of thick sweet sauce.

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Another notable difference is the fact that it comes with different types of stuffings, including century eggs, fresh prawns, fresh scallops, preserved radish, char siew, and mushrooms. With its silky smooth noodle rolls, the stuffings shine through every bite. It is topped off with fried shallots and homemade sambal for an extra burst of flavour. Simply delicious!

Unit: #01-155

Operating Hours

  • Tues to Thurs, 8am to 2.30pm
  • Fri to Sun, 8am to 7pm

7. Minced Pork Bros

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Despite being relatively new, the chefs at Minced Pork Bros have already won the title of “Singapore’s Best Food” in 2022. Unlike most Bak Chor Mee stalls, this spot elevates your classic Bak Chor Mee with atas ingredients like ikura, abalone, and Ajitsuke egg.

Feeling fancy? Give their Seafood Minced Pork Noodles a try! Laden with a bunch of seafood treats including prawns, scallops, ikura, and fish dumplings, this delightful combination is a treat for all seafood lovers.

Unit: #01-113

Operating Hours: Daily, 9am to 5.30pm

8. Chye Seng Satay

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Chye Seng’s Chicken and Pork Satays are grilled over charcoal to give them beautifully charred edges, adding smokiness to the meat. Their pork satay even comes with a layer of fatty pork skewered in between! One of the few stalls still serving pineapple sauce, give it a good mix with their peanut sauce and you’ll have a delightful blend of spicy, crunchy, and tanginess.

Unit: #01-146

Operating Hours: Tues to Sun, 5pm to 11pm

Hurry Down To Old Airport Road Food Centre Today!

A feast of incredible food awaits! Hurry down to one of Singapore’s most iconic hawker centres today!

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