Telok Blangah food Centre & Market with 10 Amazing Stalls
Telok Blangah Food Centre and Market is situated at 79 Telok Blangah Drive, Singapore 100079. Love this food centre as you can easily find parking lots even along the roadside. The nearest mrt station is at Telok Blangah Mrt Station with a 10 mins walking distance or 12 mins walk from Labrador Park Mrt Station.
It is homed to 40 hawker stalls and 64 market stalls. Conveniently located in between Vivocity, Keppel Bay and Alexandra Retail Centre (ARC), at the junction of West Coast Highway and Alexandra Road. That is why this food centre is always so crowded with office crowds as many came here, parked at roadside to order takeaway or dine in quickly and go. Its the best place to try all kinds of cheap and popular street food in Telok Blangah Area.
Do note that there are 3 Food Centres in Telok Blangah Area. This food centre is situated at Telok Blangah Drive, the other is at Telok Blangah Crescent and last one is at Telok Blangah Rise. Nearby Food and vicinity include Telok Blangah Community Club, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Labrador Park, Hortpark, Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre & market, Telok Blangah Rise Market & Food Centre, Mapletree Business City, Keppel Club, Keppel Bay, Harbour Front, VivoCity, Sentosa and more.
I have complied a list of 10 Amazing Hawker stalls, you must visit at Telok Blangah Food Centre and Market.
Seng Huat / Cheng Fa Prawn and Fishball Noodles
Seng Huat Prawn Noodles certainly doesn’t need any more introduction as it is so famous that you would have to queue for at least 30 mins. Even though Seng Huat’s signboard is now pretty faded, you won’t miss the stall as it always has the longest queue in Telok Blangah food centre. Stall is managed by an old couple, with husband doing the cooking and wife taking orders and servicing customers.
Seng Huat was previously located at Bukit Merah before moving to this food centre twenty years back and have gathered lots of regulars flocking here to try the old-fashioned and delicious prawn noodles.
The Prawn noodle is available in both dry or soup version. For $4, you get so many ingredients with Prawns, minced meat, pork slices, fish cakes, fish ball and a bowl of light savoury soup. Mee Pok was al denta with firm and springy bite. Tossed perfectly with their special sauce, sambal chilli and pork lards. Prawns, slices into half, were fresh and succulent.
Do note that stall only opens 4 days a week from Friday to Monday and be there early to avoid disappointment.
Seng Huat / Cheng Fa Prawn and Fishball Noodles Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-38, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 6am – 12pm (Closed on Tue, Wed and Thur)
Tiong Bahru Wah Yuen Porridge
Tiong Bahru Wah Yuen Porridge was founded by Mr Yip in 1956 at Kim Poh Road, before moving to Tiong Bahru Food Centre. Having mastered the skill, his Elder son Raymond and his wife decided to set up their own stall at Telok Blangah Food Centre in 2005. After selling for so many years, the couple has decided to go easy and open the stall 2 days a week, only on weekend.
They serve many types of porridge including Shredded Chicken Porridge, Sliced Fish Porridge, Meatball Porridge, Peanut porridge, Century Egg Porridge, Mandarin Porridge and Steam Chicken with Plain porridge.
Mandarin Porridge means to fill everything in a bowl. You get smooth and grainy Cantonese porridge filled with pork innards, peanuts, century egg, cuttlefish slices and garnished with spring onions and shallots.
My favourite is their steam white chicken with plain porridge. Really enjoyed the warm, tender and succulent chicken meat dipped into the bowl of hot pipping porridge, then go straight into the mouth. Don’t forget to dip the chicken meat in their handmade garlic chilli sauce for a perfect comforting and satisfying meal.
Tiong Bahru Wah Yuen Porridge Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-12, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 630am – 2pm (Closed on Monday to Friday)
Yanan Ban Mian Noodles
Yanan Ban Mian Noodles is a new hawker ban mian stall that’s helmed by John Yeo, who is an ex-executive sous chef from St. Regis hotel. He has decided to bring his skills and knowledge in the kitchen to start a new venture amidst the pandemic.
Yanan offers six different types of noodles to choose from with option of both soup and dry version. They also offers handmade meatballs, Chive and Pork dumplings, Fried dumplings and Gyoza with vinegar.
A Seafood Combo Premium Soya Sauce Toss Noodle is available for $5.50 and comes with prawns, fried fish slices, fried dumpling, homemade meatballs, ikan bills and a bowl of light flavourful soup. You won’t believe how compelling the springy noodles were.
Yanan Ban Mian Noodles Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-29, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 7am – 7pm (Daily)
Hong Ji Mian Shi Jia
Hong Ji Mian Shi Jia is another popular stall here at Telok Blangah Food Centre and you would have to queue around 20 – 30 mins. The stall served a very traditional old School wanton noodle if you can remember eating in the early 80s – 90s.
The smooth thin egg noodles is well mixed in a aromatic pool of light sauce, sesame oil, pork lards and chilli sauces. Garnished with slices of Char Siew, vegetables and chopped spring onions. The thinny slices Char Siew was sweet and tender. The wantons, soaked in their flavourful and tasty broth, were seasoned nicely and moist after every bite. Lastly, you can add as many crispy pork lards as you want. So sinful but shiok to max!
Hong Ji Mian Shi Jia Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-05, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 6am – 6pm (Closed on Thursday & Friday)
Shi Wei Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken
Shi Wei Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken offers a nice plate of Soy Sauce Chicken that would be comparable to those found in Hong Kong Tea Restaurants. Their Hong Kong egg noodles are much springy with better texture. Chicken flesh was smooth, tender and succulent. Drenched in their brown special sauce which include soy sauces, lards, sesame oil, chilli and more. Soup is pretty light but flavourful.
Stall offers Soy sauce chicken rice/noodle, Soy Sauce Chicken Hor Fun, Shredded chicken Hor Fun, Fresh Prawn Noodles, Fresh Prawn Wanton Soup and Mala Wanton.
Shi Wei Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-22, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 7am – 7pm (Closed on Thursday)
Shao La Telok Blangah Roasted Meat
Shao La Telok Blangah Roasted Meat offers 3 main types of meat and dishes. Menu includes Roasted Duck Rice/noodle, Char Siew rice/noodle, Roast pork belly rice/noodle, or all three in one.
Their Char Siew Noodle ($4) comes with springy noodles, caramelised Char Siew slices, half egg and vegetables. The thickly sliced Char Siew was pretty generous, smoky caramelised, tender and juicy. A nice proportion of 30% fats with 70% lean meat. Springy noodles were Al dente and served with a lovely bowl of light herbal soup. The sweet and mild spicy sambal chilli certainly enhanced your meal.
Shao La Telok Blangah Roasted Meat Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-19, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 8am – 2pm (Closed on Monday)
Yuan Cheng Fried Carrot Cake
Yuan Cheng Carrot Cake has been serving their Chai Tow Kway at Telok Blangah Food Centre for almost 30 years and that is why you shouldn’t be surprise with the long queue. Stall offers Black carrot cake ($3), white carrot cake ($3) or both.
Stall only uses healthier vegetable oil to fried the soft radish cakes. Added garlic, chye poh and cracked an egg into each plate served. You will be pleasantly surprised by the heaping mound of radish cakes on the platter, which are so soft and fluffy. Every mouthful is filled with smoky caramelised eggy flavours and saltiness of the aromatic chye poh. Nicely garnished with chopped spring onions.
For Black carrot cake, dark sweet sauce is added to the dish to elevate the aroma and a sweet aftertaste.
Yuan Cheng Fried Carrot Cake Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-33, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 7am – 2pm (Closed on Tuesday)
1970s Best Coffee
1970s Best Coffee has been serving coffee at Telok Blangah Food Centre for nearly 30 years. Serves freshly brewed coffee, handcrafted ice lemon tea, lime juice and many varieties of toasted breads. Stall also offers traditional Kaya bread toast and half-boiled eggs. Stall is usually crowded in the morning when everyone rushing to work.
The main attraction of 1970s Best Coffee is their freshly brew coffee unlike traditional coffee powder from other coffee shops or food centres. Let you enjoy a great cup of quality coffee at a cheap and affordable price.
1970s Best Coffee Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-10, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 8am – 3pm (Closed on Friday)
Sabeen Sara Prata And Briyani Stall
Sabeen Sara Prata And Briyani Stall, a Muslim halal stall, is a hidden treasure for superb briyani in Singapore. Stall offers Chicken Briyani for $5.50, Mutton Briyani for $6, Roti Prata for $1.20 and Roti Prata with egg for $1.70 each. Be there early as Roti prata are usually sold out by 10am.
My favourite is their Chicken Briyani, which includes fluffy basmati rice, chicken thighs, and a mildly acidic curry sauce. The chicken meat is so tender and succulent. You can clearly smell the aromatic spices in the savoury curry and basmati rice.
Sabeen Sara Prata And Briyani Stall Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-07, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 930am – 730pm (Closed on Monday)
Kassim Stall has been around for more than 25 years, selling delicious Indian Muslim Hahal dishes. Their menu include Mee Goreng, Nasi Goreng, Mee Kuah, Mee Hoon Goreng, Nasi Goreng Ikan Billis, Mutton Steak, Mutton Chop, Bone Steak, Soup Kambing and more.
You must try their signature Mee Goreng, fried with loads of meat and potato. Topped with a pan fried egg for extra goodness.
Kassim Stall Address : 79 Telok Blangah Food Centre, #01-26, Singapore 100079 Opening Hours: 1130am – 930pm (Daily)
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Lastly, there are many others Hawker Food stalls at Telok Blangah Food Centre and Market which I can’t featured 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 Food Centre & Market?
Telok Blangah Food Centre and Market is situated at 79 Telok Blangah Drive, Singapore 100079. The nearest mrt station is at Telok Blangah Mrt Station with a 10 mins walking distance or 12 mins walk from Labrador Park Mrt Station.
Alternatively, you can take these buses number 10, 30, 57, 61, 93, 97, 100, 120, 124, 143, 166, 176, 188, 963 and they will bring you to the bus stop nearest to the food centre.
What are the Best Food at Telok Blangah Food Centre & Market?
You will be spoilt with choices as there are 40 Hawker Stalls and 64 Market stalls at Telok Blangah Food Centre with the Best Prawn noodle from Seng Huat Noodles Stall, Tiong Bahru Wah Yuen Porridge, Yanan Ban Mian Noodle, Wanton Noodle from Hong Ji Mian Shi Jia, Famous Yuan Cheng fried carrot cake, Sabeen Sara Briyani, Kassim Stall’s Mee Goreng and more.