505 Jurong West Food Centre and Market – 10 Amazing Stalls
505 Jurong West Food Centre & Market is situated at 505 Jurong West Street 52, Singapore 640505. The nearest mrt station is Lakeside Mrt Station with a 16 mins walking distance or a 10 mins bus ride from there.
It is homed to 60 food stalls and 130 market stalls. Conveniently located along the junction of Jurong West Ave 1 and Jurong West Street 52, at the heart of Jurong West and that is why this food centre is always so crowded. Its the best place to try all kinds of cheap and popular food in Jurong East and Jurong West district.
Nearby food and vicinity include Jurong Spring Community Club, Ntuc Health Nursing Home, Boon Lay Shopping Mall, Boon Lay Food Centre, Jurong point mall, Jurong East Sport Centre, Jurong East Swimming Complex and more.
I have complied a list of 10 Amazing Hawker stalls (with 2 Michelin Recommended), you must visit at 505 Jurong West Food Centre & Market.
Soh Kee Cooked Food (Michelin Bib Gourmand)
One of the many well-liked vendors at Jurong West 505 Market and Food Centre is Soh Kee Cooked Food. It gained fame recently once it had been awarded Michelin bib Gourmand Singapore in 2021.
This stall is not the usual Chicken rice stall as they don’t sell rice. They only serve chicken and porridge set at $4, as a cozy substitute for the chicken rice you usually enjoy.
Additionally, they serve Abalone Yusheng, Fish Porridge, Cuttlefish Porridge, Chicken Porridge & more. Soh Kee Cooked Food has served great porridge and chicken for many years. Seek for the stall with a longest queue to discover them in the hawker center.
Soh Kee Cooked Food Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-44, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 930am – 730pm (Closed on Monday & Tuesday)
Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh (Michelin Guide)
Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh is a Singaporean heritage company that sells traditional steamed rice cakes, called Chwee Kuay. Steamed rice cakes with preserved radish and dried chili paste as toppings make up the signature brand which has thrilled Singaporean from all walks of life since it was founded in 1958 by Mr Wang at Tiong Bahru Food Centre & market.
The aromatic smell of the preserved radish (chai poh) topping is its most distinguishing trait. Capture everyone’s attention and promise a depth of mildly salty flavors in each mouthful.
Rice cakes with a smooth texture and a neutral flavour serve as a stage for the diverse flavours, creating a delightful and hearty dish. Price at $3 for 5 pieces.
Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-27, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 530am – 9pm (Daily)
Wai Kee Wanton Noodles (Previously Kok Kee Wanton Mee)
Wai Kee Wanton Noodles was previously known as Kok Kee Wanton Mee but has to rename as the main outlet at Lavender with the other outlets were sold to JUMBO Group for $2.1 million. Kok Kee Wanton Mee has expanded quickly with its 9th Outlets in Singapore.
This humble stall has been around for 30 years, is owned by other family members of Kok Kee and they must rename it to Wai Kee to avoid confusion.
Wai Kee Wanton Noodles, which is only open in the morning, is famous for its delectable Wanton Mee. When everything is combined with the lard-based sauce, a tiny bit of magic occurs. The eggy noodles become a rich, flavorful pleasure. Add a little hot sauce for an added kick, and enjoy the spicy flavour it lingers behind.
Do note as many recent feedback commented that the taste and favour seen to be different as compare to the past. Its such a pity to hear that.
Wai Kee Wanton Noodles Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-14, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 7am – 2pm (Daily)
Long Kee Wanton Noodles
Long Kee Wanton Noodles serves up old school wanton noodles brimming with traditional nostalgic flavours. The Wanton Noodle from Long Kee Wanton Noodles meets the high standards set by Kok Kee. Although the Mee Kia seems quite simple, but they packed a strong and delightful zing. Meal is packed with a bowl of tasty and flavourful broth, and you can immediately tell that it has been boiled with lots of anchovies and pork bones for hours.
Lastly, you must try their signature Chicken Feet Noodle ($4/$5). Their chicken feets are superbly braised for hours and shine with a chewy, gelatinous texture.
Long Kee Wanton Noodles Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-185, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 6am – 3pm (Closed on Monday)
Bukit Timah Fried White Carrot Cake
As mention in their stall name, Bukit Timah Fried White Carrot Cake only serve white carrot cake. Please don’t bother asking for black carrot cake.
To order your food, you may require to wait in line for at least 30 minutes, but the wait is definitely worthwhile. The famous Fried Carrot Cake excites you with its addicting taste and is delightfully crunchy on the surface and pillowy soft on the inside. Even while their carrot cake is flavourful, adding a tiny bit of their zingy sambal chili elevates it to a new heights. The spicy paste enhances the umami flavor of the carrot cake and complement well with the salty Chye poh.
Bukit Timah Fried White Carrot Cake Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-10, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 7am – 1230pm (Closed on Monday & Tuesday)
Na Bao Wan
At Na Bao Wan, start your day off properly with a big meal of affordable bee hoon. Their Fried Bee Hoon is stir-fried with thinly-sliced onions, whose sweet undertones help to cut through the grease. The mild flavour of the vermicelli makes it an excellent match for most sides, but we especially like their fried meatballs. These salty snacks taste better with each mouthful and are scented with five-spices aroma.
Na Bao Wan
Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-222, Singapore 640505
Opening Hours: 6am – 2pm (Closed on Monday)
Wen Guang Handmade Fishball Noodle
Mee Pok, a traditional cuisine frequently offered in hawker centers around our tiny island, is one that many Singaporeans find difficult to resist. Wen Guang Handmade Fishball Noodle is a modest Mee Pok vendor located at Jurong West 505 Market & Food Centre that serves a delicious bowl of Mee Pok for $3.50.
The handmade fish dumpling, fish cakes and fishballs are the stars. The fishball noodles are springy with the right amount of chewiness, while the ingredients are bouncy and smooth in texture.
You also have options including Kway Teow Soup, U Mian Dry, Meatball Soup, and Fish Dumpling Soup in addition to Mee Pok Dry. Depending on your size prefer, prices for all meals start from S$3.50.
Wen Guang Handmade Fishball Noodle Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-25, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 8am – 8pm (Daily)
Du Du Cooked Food
Du Du Cooked Food stall is famous for its Kueh Tutu. Mr Tan has been selling Kueh Tutu for more than 50 years starting with this humble stall in 505 Jurong West Food Centre and owns another outlet at Havelock Food Centre.
The slightest touch on the pillowy shell of these delicious nibbles causes a cascade of contents to spill out. Even though the coconut and peanut fillings are both excellent, you favour the latter due to their caramelized undertones. This tasty delight is completed with a pleasant pandan scent.
Du Du Cooked Food Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-19, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Closed on Monday)
Traditional Hakka Lui Cha
You’ll never see me standing in line in front of a vegetarian vendor for lunch since I am an avid admirer of everything meaty. That is until a vegetarian friend of mine began gushing over a booth called Traditional Hakka Lui Cha at Jurong West Food Centre. Thunder Tea Rice is another name for lei cha fan. Although it sounds like thunder, the Lei in lei cha fan means grind in Chinese.
A typical bowl of lei cha fan is made out of rice and is stuffed with tofu, almonds, peanuts and fresh veggies. However, the flavourful green soup offered on the side is the real star of any lei cha lover.
Traditional Hakka Lui Cha Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-12, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 6am – 2pm (Closed on Monday)
Heng Heng Cooked Food
People might get confused with Heng Heng Cooked Food from Yuhua Village Food Centre but both stalls are definitely not the same.
The Slice Fish Soup ($5/$8/$10) from this stall extends your money with thick slices of Batang meat. The fork-tender fish, routinely brought in fresh, gives the garlicky soup its saline sweetness. The transparent broth calls for a rice dish with its strong blend of flavours.
Heng Heng Cooked Food Address : 505 Jurong West Food Centre, #01-186, Singapore 640505 Opening Hours: 730am – 1245pm (Closed on Saturday & Sunday)
Lastly, there are many others hawker stalls at 505 Jurong West Food Centre & market which I can’t featured all of them. Most of them have been perfecting their signature dish for decades. Please do try and support them as well.
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How To Get To 505 Jurong West Food Centre & Market?
505 Jurong West Food Centre and Market is situated at 505 Jurong West Street 52, Singapore 640505. The nearest mrt station is Lakeside Mrt Station with a 16 mins walking distance or a 10 mins bus ride from there.
Alternatively, you can take these Buses number 49, 99, 157, 185, 198, 334, 502, 657, 98, 187 and they will reach the bus stop near the food centre.
What are the Best Food at 505 Jurong West Food Centre & Market?
You will be spoilt for choice with 60 hawker stalls available at 505 Jurong West Food Centre & market, with the most popular dishes include a Michelin Bib Gourmand stall – Soh Kee Cooked Food and a Michelin recommended stall – Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh.
Follow by Na Bao Wan Economic Beehoon for Breakfast, Traditional Hakka Lui Cha, Wen Guang Handmade Fishball Noodle, Bukit Timah Fried White Carrot Cake & more. Ending with the perfect Kueh Tutu dessert from Du Du Cooked Food.