Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre with 10 Alluring Stalls
Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre and Market is situated at 11 Telok Blangah Crescent, Singapore 090011. The nearest MRT station is at Telok Blangah MRT Station with a 20 mins walking distance, or 22 mins walk from Tiong Bahru MRT Station. Alternatively, you can take these bus number 121, 124, 131, 195 or 272 and they will reach the bus stop outside the Hawker Centre.
Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre is conveniently located along Telok Blangah Way, near Lower Delta Road and Henderson Road. It is housed to 56 hawker stalls and 77 market stalls. A medium size Hawker Centre with lots of cheap, popular and delicious street food, and that is why it is always crowded during meal hours. The Food Centre does have limited parking slots and you might have to park a few blocks away and walk over.
Nearby Food and vicinity include Radin Mas Community Club, Safra Mount Faber, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Henderson Waves, Hortpark, Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Food Centre & market, Telok Blangah Rise Market & Food Centre, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Keppel Club, Keppel Bay, Harbour Front, VivoCity, Sentosa and more.
I have complied a list of 10 Alluring Hawker stalls, you must visit at Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre and Market.
Hai Kee Char Kway Teow
Hai Kee Char Kway Teow is a hidden gem in Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre that has been mastering his Char Kway Teow skill for more than fifty years. Stall already attracts a long snaking queue before it opens at 430pm till 9pm at night. Mr. Loh, a one-person operation, fries his orders one plate at a time to ensure quality and consistency in every plate, and that is why you might have to queue as long as 30 – 60 minutes during peak hours.
Mr. Loh fries his Char Kway Teow in an old traditional style without fish cake, Lup Cheong (Chinese sausage), yet the plate of oily, wet messy goodness tasted fantastic with flavorful smokiness and great Wok Hei. Stall uses a combination of wide flat Kway Teow noodles and yellow noodles, topped with lots of fresh cockles, bean sprouts, eggs and crunchy pork lard to enhance the outstanding flavors.
Hai Kee Char Kway Teow Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-102, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 430pm – 9pm (Closed on Sunday)
Song Heng Fishball Noodle
Song Heng Fishball Noodle, managed by 2nd generation Mr. Khoo, his wife and sister-in-law, has been around for five decades serving freshly handmade fish ball noodle. The hardworking duo starts their day as early as 3am in the morning to make and prepare fish ball and other ingredients, before opening their stall at 6am.
Song Heng Fishball Noodle continues to fetch the longest queue at Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre especially during lunch hours. The noodles were springy and chewy, evenly tossed in their signature sauce including soy sauce, vinegar, sesame oil, pork lard oil, chili sauce and more. The highlight of the dish is their handmade fish balls, which are so bouncy, chewy and tasty. Absolutely wonderful!
Song Heng Fishball Noodle Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-124, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 6am – 2pm (Closed on Sun, Mon & Thur)
Fei Lou Porridge
Fei Lou Porridge is one of the few stalls at the Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre that operates at night. The stall offers various types of porridges, macaroni, beehoon, braised chicken feet and peanuts, poached chicken and signature fried boneless chicken wings.
Their chicken wings are price at $1.30 each with a minimum order of 2 pieces. It’s a great luxury to eat chicken wings without having to tear the meat off the bones, but it tends to be a bit oily. Perfect choice for kids.
The plain porridge, price at $1.50, is creamy, sweet and fragrance. Garnished with chopped spring onion and crispy fried beehoon, then dash with pepper and sesame oil. A perfect comfort bowl to cut through the greasiness of the chicken wings.
Fei Lou Porridge Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-116, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 545pm – 9pm (Closed on Wednesday)
Su Yuan Vegeterian
Su Yuan Vegetarian is a popular vegetarian stall selling fried bee hoon and noodles. Choice of a vegetarian set at $3.50 or $4.50, serve with white bee hoon or thin yellow noodles with ingredients, and drench in hot mushroom sauce, curry sauce or plain without sauce.
Stall offers a great variety of ingredients including assortment of mock meats, crispy bean curd skin, char siew slices, spring roll, tofu fish cake, vegetables, mushrooms and more. Chewy mushrooms are an excellent way to start your meal, then add some scrumptious fish cake slices and crisp spring roll. Drizzling this platter of vegetarian bliss with a scoop of steaming hot mushroom sauce and topped with crispy bean curd skin to complete the meal.
Su Yuan Vegeterian Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-113, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 7am – 2pm (Closed on Thur & Sun)
Jiak Song Mee Hoon Kway
Jiak Song Mee Hoon Kway is owned by season one MasterChef finalist Aaron Wong, who started the first stall in 2020 and have grown the brand to 7 outlets in Singapore. Stall offers simple Mee hoon kway with minced pork (soup/dry) at $4, to their signature all in combo at $5.50 with three choice of noodles – Mee hoon kueh, Ban mian or You mian.
Tried their dry all in handmade Mee Hoon Kueh combo that served with minced meat, pork slices, meatball, egg, vegetables, anchovies and a bowl of flavorful broth. The texture is thicker, smooth and chewy, tossed in a good mix of fragrant sauces. The meatball is well marinated and send in blast of flavor right into your mouth after every bite.
However, netizen reviews are pretty mixed as it might be hard to maintain quality and consistency with quick stall expansion.
Jiak Song Mee Hoon Kway Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-108, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 9am – 2pm (Closed on Monday)
ABC Hawker Ah Hua Fishball Noodle
You can easily find four popular fish ball noodle stalls at this food center. There are Song Heng fishball Noodle, Hua fa fishball noodle, Teochew Hand Made Squid Pork Ball Noodles and ABC Hawker Ah Hua Fishball Noodle. Each of these stalls have their own uniqueness and share of loyalty fans.
ABC Hawker Ah Hua Fishball Noodle has been offering their signature handmade fish ball noodles for residents of Telok Blangah for years, since they shifted from ABC Brickworks. Stall offers fish ball noodle (dry/soup), fish ball soup, Meat ball soup, Vermicelli (soup/dry), Minced meat noodle, with eight types of noodles to choose from. Pricing at $3.50, $4.50 or $5.50.
Mee Pok was springy and chewy, tossed in vinegar, chili sauce, soy sauce and pork lard oil. Their handmade meat balls and fish balls were tasty, chewy and bouncy, which you can taste the delicious freshness right in your mouth. Soup was pretty light and tasty with anchovies’ flavor.
ABC Hawker Ah Hua Fishball Noodle Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-131, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 7am – 2pm (Closed on Tue & Fri)
Xiang Ji Porridge
Xiang Ji Porridge is another popular stall at Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre with queue stretching more than 20-30 minutes during peak hours. Stall offers a wide variety of porridge ranging from pork, minced pork meat, pork liver, lean meat slices, shredded chicken, fish, century eggs and more, with pricing starting from $4. Additional 50¢ for egg, century egg and $1 for more ingredients.
The texture of the porridge is tasty, creamy and grainy with fine bits of grains. Bowl is filled with pork slices, minced meat, chopped of spring onion, fried shallot, preserved vegetable and a dash of pepper. Porridge is fragrant, flavorful and not too salty. A great and lovely comfort food especially for a wet and rainy day.
One negative feedback is that fried fritter is not provided anymore, and you will have to get your own you tiao from neighbor stalls before joining the queue.
Xiang Ji Porridge Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-98, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 630am – 2pm (Closed on Sun & Mon)
Guan Seng Carrot Cake
Guan Seng Carrot Cake is a traditional stall that only serve carrot cake and nothing else. Stall is pretty crowded in the morning and during lunch hour. It offers Black, white or mixed carrot cake at $3, $4 or $5.
Ordered mixed with both black and white so as to compare both versions. You can taste the sweetness and nicely caramelized carrot cake with egg on the black version, while the white version tasted salty and savory. Guan Seng’s carrot cake is a bit chunky but tasted soft and fluffy right in the mouth. Generous portion of eggs and chye poh, yet not too salty or oily. Only felt a little lack in the Wok Hei and the crisp that I prefer.
Guan Seng Carrot Cake Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-81, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 530am – 2pm (Closed on Monday)
Uncle Lee’s Hong Kong Noodle & Rice
Uncle Lee’s Hong Kong Noodle & Rice stall is always packed with long snaking queue of loyal customers. Stall offers Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle/Rice, Wanton Noodle, Dumpling Noodle, Beef Brisket noodle, Chicken Claw Noodle and an interesting green Fei Cui (翡翠) noodle, made from spinach.
Uncle Lee’s stall is well known for his soya sauce chicken and beef brisket. You must come early before 9am if you want to try their signature Beef Brisket noodle as they are usually sold out by then. The soya sauce chicken noodle was lovely and delicious. Large chunks of chicken meat absorbed the soy sauce to give them a savory fragrant. The meat was tender, tasty and succulent. The silky chicken skin and the springy noodles were readily to be slurped up together. Perfect to complement with their sweet and spicy homemade chili.
Uncle Lee’s Hong Kong Noodle & Rice Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-127, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 630am – 2pm (Closed on Wed & Thur)
128 Dessert Stall
128 Dessert is a cheap and affordable dessert stall selling desserts as low as $1, which is so hard to find nowadays. Stall offers various type of hot and cold desserts with special mention to their red or green bean soup, Bubur Terigu, Bubur Pulut Hitam, Tau suan and peanut soup for just $1, and their ginger / peanut soup with rice balls and red ruby.
The stall is generous with the portion even when the price of the desserts is so cheap. The portion of the Tau Suan is big and complement with lots of crispy you tiao. The mung beans were neither too sweet nor gooey.
The icy red ruby was drenched with coconut milk, and you can smell the fragrance of the coconut milk and pandan leaves. Red rubies served in chilled aromatic coconut syrup were soft, crunchy and chewy. What a cooling dessert for a hot afternoon!
128 Dessert Stall Address: Blk 11, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre, #01-128, Singapore 090011 Opening Hours: 10am – 8pm (Closed on Mon & Tue)
Lastly, there are many others Hawker Food stalls at Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre and Market which I can’t feature all of them in our Singapore Food Guide 2022. 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 Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre & Market?
Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre and Market is situated at 11 Telok Blangah Crescent, Singapore 090011. The nearest MRT station is at Telok Blangah MRT Station with a 20 mins walking distance, or 22 mins walk from Tiong Bahru MRT Station.
Alternatively, you can take these bus number 121, 124, 131, 195 or 272 and they will reach the bus stop outside the Hawker Centre.
What is the Best Food at Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre & Market?
You will be spoilt with choice as there are 56 hawker stalls and 77 market stalls at Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre with the best fish ball noodle from Song Heng, ABC Hawker Ah Hua, Hai Kee Char Kway Teow, Xiang Ji Porridge, Guan Seng Carrot Cake and more. Ending with a bowl of hot or cold dessert from 128 dessert stall.