Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre with 7 Delicious Hawker Stalls
Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre & Market is located at 724 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 Singapore 560724, with just 10 – 12 mins walk from Ang Mo Kio Mrt Station. It is located at the heart of Ang Mo Kio, where you can find everything including AMK Hub, bus interchange, library, supermarkets and more.
A popular hawker centre with around 45 stalls, famous for many dishes such as Duck Rice, Char Kway Teow, Yong Tau Foo, Bak Chor Mee and more. It is the best place to try all kind of popular street food in Singapore and cheap food in Ang Mo Kio.
You must try these 7 popular stalls when you visit this food centre.
1. XI XIANG FENG YONG TAU FOO
If this is your first visit to Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, you must try Xi Xiang Fong Yong Tau Foo. This stall has been around for 30 over years and currently manage by 3rd generation.
They are popular for their Yong Tau Foo and Laksa, so be prepare to wait 20 – 35 mins. Please note that you must go choose your Yong Tau Foo ingredients first before queueing up. Price of Rice or Noodle is $0.60 and ingredients ranging from $0.60 to $1 each. Chee Cheong Fun is also available at $0.80.
I have heard so much about their Curry Yong Tau Foo and decided to try it with both Beehoon and Noodle. The Yellow Noodles was slurpy and Beehoon was wonderful as it absorbs the great taste of the coconut laksa gravy. The spicy broth stock the colour of a flaming sunset, flavoured with creamy coconut milk and dried shrimp. Taking every bite to the bouncy, smooth and succulent Yong Tau Foo was absolutely wonderful.
XI XIANG FENG YONG TAU FOO Address: 724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-23 Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, Singapore 560724 Operating Hours: 7am to 7pm ( Closed on Sunday ) Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/XiXiangFengFood
2. ANG MO KIO FRIED KWAY TEOW
Ang Mo Kio Fried Kway Teow Stall is just right beside Xi Xiang Feng Yong Tau Foo and it is equally popular, so be expect to wait 20 – 30 mins. Their Fried Cockle Kway Teow comes in 2 sizes $3.50 or $4.50.
The portion for $3.50 is actually quite generous. The texture of their Fried Char Kway Teow is really soft and wet. Blended together nicely with the ingredients of sliced fishcake, chinese sausages, cockles and crunchy Pork Lards. You can smell the smokiness and robust flavours of the wok hei. Just find that it is slightly sweet and oily for my taste bud or it would be perfect.
ANG MO KIO FRIED KWAY TEOW Address: 724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-22 Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre Singapore 560724 Operating Hours: 1030am to 4pm ( Closed on Monday )
3. YUNOS N FAMILY ( ANG MO KIO CENTRAL FOOD CENTRE)
Yunos & Family has a long history for more than 40 years and their recipes have remained unchanged throughout the years. Founded by his late grandfather in 1960 at Hastings Road before moving to Ang Mo Kio in 1979.
Stall is popular for their Mee Rebus, Mee Soto and Gado Gado with prices starting from $3.50 onwards. Do expect long queue especially during meal hours.
Their Mee rebus ($3.50) is superb! The bowl is generously filled with springy yellow noodles and a thick delicious gravy on top. The gravy was thick, sweet and very aromatic as you can smell the different types of spicies used. The noodles are nicely complemented with a hard boiled egg, dried shrimps, finely ground nuts and tau pok. Garnished with chopping chilli and some squeezed lime juicy to perfect this hearty dish.
YUNOS N FAMILY Address: 724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-01 Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, Singapore 560724 Operating Hours: 11am to 9pm ( Closed on Sunday )
4. CENTRE SATAY BEE HOON
Centre Satay Bee Hoon has been around since 1979. Stall owner has a humble beginning, and got this recipe from his grandmother who used to be sell satay bee hoon in pushcart. Ever since, he has been perfecting this dish for more than 40 years. Their Satay Bee Hoon comes with three serving sizes at ($4, $5 or $6) to suit your craving.
This dish looks pretty plain, while all the goodness are all packed beneath the thick satay peanut gravy. The beehoon is garnished with kang kong, chewy cuttlefish, prawn, cockles, sliced pork, and tau pok. There is a pleasant sweet and nutty flavour to the gravy which was generous. The combination of bee hoon and satay sauce was really nice and make it incredibly satisfying.
Only issue is that I find the gravy too sweet for my liking as I have been eating Sin Chew Satay beehoon at Bukit Timah for years.
CENTRE SATAY BEE HOON Address: 724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-12 Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, Singapore 560724 Operating Hours: 10am to 8pm ( Closed on Tuesday )
5. HUP HUP BAK CHO MEE
Before coming to Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, I have heard so much about this Michelin Guide Bak Cho Mee Stall and was filled with anticipation. To my surprised, the stall was not even crowded during lunch time and I was first in queue! I finally realised what is the reason after tasting the food.
Ordered a bowl of Bah Chor Mee Pok for $3. Plating was done nicely with their ingredient neatly placed. Mee Pok was garnished with veges, Braised mushrooms, minced meat, fish cakes and their signature deep fried wanton skins. Noodles were slightly starchy and thick but blanched nicely with their ketchup sauce. Frankly, I am not a huge fan of ketchup sauce and would prefer vinegar, light sauce with pork lard oil. The Minced meat and pork slices were slightly tough and the soup was pretty nice with quite a nice touch of porky flavour.
Apparently, the standard and service level seem to drop over the years with many complaints of their service attitude. Plus serving Bak Chor Mee with ketchup sauce is pretty old school and many might not like it.
Overall, the Bak Chor Mee is still nice if you like it with Ketchup sauce.
HUP HUP BAK CHO MEE Address: 724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-39 Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, Singapore 560724 Operating Hours: 1130am to 8pm Daily
6. BAN CHUAN DUCK RICE
There are two famous Duck Rice stalls here in Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre and I have chosen Ban Chuan Duck Rice as it is more popular. Ban Chuan Braised Duck Rice has been in business for more than 40 years and is currently run by their 2nd generation. Ban Chuan Duck Rice is popular for their Duck rice $3/$4 and Kway Chap $4.
I am a super fan of Kway Chap and I ordered it immediately whenever I came across but find this stall to be pretty average. The gravy was quite salty for my taste bud. Pig Intestines was rather hard and tough to chew. The bowl of kway chap was slightly thick and I do not like the taste of the herbal soup. Fortunately, the Pork Belly, Tau Pok and Pig skins were nice, soft and tender. I should try their Duck rice if I have the chance to come back here again.
BAN CHUAN DUCK RICE Address: 724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-19 Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, Singapore 560724 Operating Hours: 11am to 730pm Daily
7. LIM HAI SHENG COOKED FOOD
Lim Hai Sheng Cooked Food was well known for their Carrot Cake and has been around for more than 30 years. I noticed that they have the option for a small $2 plate so I decided to try it since I had tried so many other dishes. You have the option for larger portion at $3 or $4.
The carrot cake was pretty small for a small bite size. The carrot cake cubes was covered with a generous pile of egg-crusted with a smoky and garlicky aroma. You can taste the crispy and crunchy of the exterior, while the interior remains soft, moist and fragrant, with the right amount of chye poh. The taste is just right as it is not too salty or oily.
Overall, its just OK as there are lot of better options elsewhere. I believe they used to be much better in the past.
LIM HAI SHENG COOKED FOOD Address: 724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-09 Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, Singapore 560724 Operating Hours: 11am to 730pm Daily
Lastly, there are many others hawker stalls at Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre 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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