Marsiling Lane Food Centre & Market with 8 Delightful Stalls
Marsiling Lane Food Centre and Market is built in 1975 to serve the residents of Marsiling and Woodlands in the northern area of Singapore. It is an old Hawker Centre that has been well maintained and refurbished to provide a clean and pleasant dining environment. A medium size Food Centre, homed to 52 food stalls and 112 market stalls, offering a wide variety of groceries, food and beverages.
Marsiling Food Centre and Market is located at 20 Marsiling Lane, Singapore 730020, with the nearest Woodlands MRT Station, 22-minutes away or 23-minutes’ walk from Marsiling MRT Station. Alternatively, you can take these bus numbers 665, 856, 903 and they will reach the bus stop outside the Hawker Centre. Nearby food and vicinity include Marsiling Market, Marsiling Community Club, Woodlands Checkpoint, Admiralty Park, Republic Polytechnic, Marsiling Park, Marsiling MRT, Marsiling Mall Food Centre, Causeway Point, Woodlands Civic Centre, Woods Square Mall, Stellar@TE2 and more.
I have listed these 8 Delightful hawker stalls you must try when you visit Marsiling Lane Food Centre.
Handmade Mee Hoon Kueh
Marsiling Lane Food Centre is home to Handmade Mee Hoon Kueh, a vendor known for its excellent mee hoon kueh. The hand-torn bits in their mee hoon kueh stand out because of the chewy texture and different thicknesses they provide. Their yi mian seem to be a popular choice for the younger generation.
The broth is lightly flavored, so the anchovies and fried shallots toppings give a boost to it. Floating egg whites add a wonderful touch to the cozy soup. You can also find healthy spinach and savory minced meat inside the bowl. Recommend complementing the meal with their sour and hot chili sauce to elevate the taste.
Handmade Mee Hoon Kueh Address: 20 Marsiling Lane Food Centre, #01-15, S730020 Operating Hours: 3am to 830pm (Daily)
Chin Heng Noodle House
Chin Heng Noodle House has been operating at Marsiling Lane Market for around 40 years offering fish ball Minced meat noodle, Laksa and their signature Pork ribs noodle. Stall operates with a rather unusual schedule from 330am to 130pm just to cater to the hardworking Malaysian who work and stay nearby.
For $5, you get a huge bowl of pork ribs noodle filled with large chunks of lean pork and tender cartilage float in the hot herbal broth. The soft and tender fresh pork ribs and cartilage are stewed to perfection that you can easily chewed and swallow them all. The meat is savory, sweet, and wrap with a hint of herbal flavors.
The herbal broth is rich dark brown in color, has a sweet and mildly savory favor with hints of herbs. Glad that it is not oily, and you don’t get an herbal aftertaste too. Absolutely delicious!
Chin Heng Noodle House Address: 20 Marsiling Lane Food Centre, #01-26, S730020 Operating Hours: 330am to 130pm (Closed on Monday)
Lai Xing Prawn Noodle
Lai Xing Prawn Noodle only operate for just 3 hours a day and that explain why this stall is always filled with the longest queue in this Hawker Centre. Stall offers their budget-friendly prawn noodle for $3.50 or $4 for a larger potion.
The bowl of prawn noodle soup is pretty generous with prawns, pork belly slices, lean pork, fish cake, bean sprouts, and more. You can appreciate the natural sweetness of the prawns and the pork slices as they are so fresh. Noodle is smooth and slurpy. I love the broth as it is slightly sweet, savory and filled with light watery consistency which remind me of the old school nostalgic taste.
Lai Xing Prawn Noodle Address: 20 Marsiling Lane Food Centre, #01-05, S730020 Operating Hours: 730am to 1030pm (Closed on Wed & Thur)
SK Seafood Soup
There are plenty of nice seafood soup stalls around Woodland’s area and SK Seafood Soup happen to be one of the popular one famous for their tasty seafood soup and pork trotters. Stall offers Crayfish seafood soup, Pomfret seafood soup, Seafood soup, Batang seafood soup, and Braised pork trotter with price from $6 onwards.
The bowl of seafood soup was filled to the brim with fish slices, seafood, 3 large prawns and homemade meatballs which are the stars of the dish. The light orange color soup is absolutely tasty with light sweet and savory taste clearly shown that it has been boiled for hours with prawn shells and pig bones.
I love the pork trotters because of its soft, tender meat and chewy skin. You can easily tear off the meat and literally melt them right in your mouth. The dark savory gravy tastes wonderful when you drizzle them in your white rice.
SK Seafood Soup Address: 20 Marsiling Lane Food Centre, #01-12, S730020 Operating Hours: 11am to 3pm & 430pm to 830pm (Closed on Wed)
Yap Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice
The chicken rice from Yap Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice is excellent and very reasonably priced. At about $3, their flavorful chicken rice is a steal, and for only 50 cents more, diners may upgrade their meal with liver chunks or braised egg.
Love their soy sauce chicken, char siew and pork belly combo as the serving is really generous. Meats are savory and tender as they are drizzled with their signature sauce. Chicken rice is soft, fluffy and fragrant as they have been soaked and cooked with chicken stocking, ginger and pandan leaves. Special mention about their spicy chili sauce as they are nicely blended with chili, lime and garlic. Definitely up your appetite by next level.
Yap Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice Address: 20 Marsiling Lane Food Centre, #01-21, S730020 Operating Hours: 10am to 7pm (Daily)
Selera Menanti Traditional Malay Cuisine
Selera Menanti Traditional Malay Cuisine opened its stall at Balestier since 1993 and have later moved to Marsiling Hawker Centre serving a wide variety of delicious authentic Malay Halal dishes. Some of their signature dishes include Mee Rebus, Sota Ayam, Lontong Kuah, Laksa Siglap, Nasi Rawon, Nasi Ambeng and more.
This is a hearty plate of fried chicken drumstick with rice, accompanied by toufu, long beans, potato, aromatic fried coconut, ginger bits with two large scope of sambal chili. Love the crisp and crunchy of the chicken drumstick and the sweet and spiciness of the sambal chili. This whole meal was so satisfying and delicious.
Selera Menanti Traditional Malay Cuisine Address: 20 Marsiling Lane Food Centre, #01-120, S730020 Operating Hours: 5am to 12pm (Closed on Monday)
Aminah Family Food Corner
Aminah Family Food Corner has been serving the community for decades with its delicious, low-priced, and friendly attitude. Stall offers a wide variety of authentic Malay Halal cuisine like Nasi Lemak, Lontong, Mee Rebus, Mee Siam, Nasi Ayam, Mee Goreng and more. Mee Siam, Mee Rebus and lontong are the most popular local favorite breakfast delight.
Ordered a plate of mee siam served with stir frying rice vermicelli, drenched with sweet and sour gravy and topped with hard-boiled egg, fried bean curd, chopped chives, half calamansi lime and a scope of chili on top. Dish was light and appetizing, with pitch of sourness to perk up the morning.
Handmade Mee Hoon Kueh Address: 20 Marsiling Lane Food Centre, #01-15, S730020 Operating Hours: 8am to 830pm (Closed on )
When it comes to pancakes, Uncle Pancake is where the locals go because its fast and freshly baked. Moreover, the old couple managing the stall is super friendly and always filled with never ending smile. The couple works rapidly to fulfill requests for peanut, chocolate, cheese, and coconut pancakes despite the high volume of customers.
Stall offers wide variety of flavors including Peanut, Red Bean paste, Coconut, Corn, Chocolate rice, cheese, egg, 2 in 1 combo and large size pancakes. They are all freshly made upon request from customers.
Uncle’s Pancakes are soft and hot with generous fillings of ingredients. Very affordable pricing with a wide variety of flavors to choose from.
Uncle Pancake Address: 20 Marsiling Lane Food Centre, #01-07, S730020 Operating Hours: 6am to 1pm (Closed on Monday)
Lastly, there are many others food vendors at Marsiling Lane Food Centre and market which I can’t feature all of them. Although you don’t find any Michelin’s recommended stalls over here but 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 Marsiling Lane Food Centre and Market?
Alternatively, you can take these bus numbers 665, 856, 903 and they will reach the bus stop outside the Hawker Centre.
What is the Best Food at Marsiling Lane Food Centre and Market?
Marsiling Lane Food Centre and Market is built in 1975 to serve the residents of Marsiling and Woodlands. It is an old Hawker Centre that has been well maintained and refurbished to provide a clean and pleasant dining environment. A medium size Food Centre, homed to 52 food stalls and 112 market stalls, offering a wide variety of groceries, food and beverages.
You will be spoilt for choice with 52 hawker stalls serving the best dishes from Handmade Mee Hoon Kueh, Chin Heng Noodle House, Lai Xing Prawn Noodle, SK Seafood Soup, Yap Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice, Selera Menanti Traditional Malay Cuisine and more. Plus end your meal with some Pancake dessert from Uncle pancake stall.