Yishun Food Centre & Market with 10 Amazing Hawker Stalls
Yishun Food Centre or Yishun Park Food Centre is located at 51 Yishun Avenue 11, Singapore 768867 with the nearest Yishun Mrt Station, a 20 mins walking distance. Alternatively, you can take these bus number 103, 663, 804, 806, 807, 860 for a 15 mins bus ride to Yishun food centre. Complimentary weekday lunch shutter services are also available from 1130am to 2pm. More details of Shutter Service here.
Yishun Hawker Centre was officially opened on 20 Sept 2017, homed to 43 hawker stalls with 800 seats selling a great varieties of food. Very easy to find parking as it is situated right below a multi storey carpark. The food centre was managed by Timbre Group to convert an old traditional hawker centre concept to a new innovation and modernization food centre. Aim to attract the younger generation which in line with the new Yishun estate development, homed to younger couples and families.
It is conveniently located along Yishun Ring Road and Yishun Avenue 11, in the heart of Yishun new estate and that is why this food centre is always so crowded. It’s the best place to try all kinds of cheap and popular street food in Yishun Area. Nearby Food and vicinity include Safra Yishun, Yishun Park, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Yishun Community Hospital, Wisteria Mall, Khatib Mrt station, Orchid Country Club, Northpoint City, Yishun Bus interchange, Chong Pang Market and Food Centre and more.
I have complied a list of 10 Amazing Hawker stalls you must try when you visit Yishun Food Centre. Also don’t forget to download a Tuckshop App to enjoy a 10% off the food prices.
Jiao Cai Hotplate BBQ Seafood (Michelin Guide)
Jiao Cai Seafood is specialised in Malaysian style zi char dishes and Sambal BBQ seafood on hotplates. Their Signature sambal stingray is so spicy and delicious that Michelin Inspector awarded the stall with a Michelin Plate.
Jiao Cai was first started by Zhi Jie’s parents at Woodlands Food Centre 35 years ago. His parents has brought the recipes and skills from Malaysia to here. The sizzling grills of seafood became a crowd favourite as they might be the first few stalls who served Sambal BBQ seafood on hotplates in Singapore three decade ago.
The stingray ($13 for a small, $16 for a standard, and $20 for a large) sounds pretty reasonable and affordable. Stall begins by grilling the stingray, covered with a lid to keep in the moisture, before moving it to a hotplate over a charcoal stove. The stingray is then topped with homemade hot sambal chili paste. The menu also includes grilled squid, shrimp, and veggies. Absolutely delicious!
Jiao Cai Hotplate BBQ/Seafood Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-39, S768867 Opening Hours: 12pm – 9pm (Daily)
Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang (Michelin Guide)
Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang achieved tremendous results when two popular dishes are combined. Even Michelin inspectors agreed and awarded “Michelin Plate” to this stall. Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang at $6.50, is a fusion of Malay nasi lemak and Indonesian Ayam taliwang, with aromatic Lemak rice and a distinctive Ayam taliwang spice mixture.
Fans of hot and spicy will have their choice of FOUR different chili sauces (Taliwang, Balado, Cabe Ijo, and Kichap Sambal) to complement their meal.
You’ll enjoy the dish more because the sambal accompanying it isn’t overpoweringly spicy. The sambal paste gave the dish some kick with its sweet, tangy flavour and faint shrimp undertones.
Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-33, S768867 Opening Hours: 7am – 7pm (Closed on Monday)
Ah Tan Wings
The zi char dish known as “prawn paste chicken wings” (or “har Cheong gai”) is arguably the most recognizable item on the menu. The siblings, a brother-sister duo, who run Ah Tan Wings have spent more than a year to perfect their deliciously chicken wings.
Ah Tan Wings is definitly worth the long wait and I highly recommend the shrimp paste wings for $5.50. The delicious crunch of the chicken wings made it hard to stop eating them. Every part of the wing was infused with the robust shrimp paste flavour, marinated for two full days. The chicken meat was tender and juicy despite the crust’s crispiness. The fluids gush out immediately when you bit right into it!
Ah Tan Wings Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-40, S768867 Opening Hours: 1030am – 830pm (Daily)
XLX Modern Tze Char
When you hear the words “white bee hoon,” you might picture a pale and slightly damp version of wok-fried Bee Hoon. But Xin Long Xing, a tze char stall, serves something more than white bee hoon at the Yishun Park Hawker Centre.
The stall’s menu features 40 Tze char dishes, including their signature white bee hoon creation, which comes in varieties of seafood (a combination of prawns, squid, and Lala clams).
The white bee hoon was filled with fragrance aroma and great wok hei. Bee hoon blended well with the flavourful pork bone and chicken broth, which was stewed for more than 10 hours.
Prawns were fresh and plump. Serving was pretty generous with lots of eggs, clams and vegetables.
XLX Modern Tze Char Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-28/29, S768867 Opening Hours: 11am – 930pm (Daily)
51 Noodle House
51 Noodle House is a Bak Chor Mee stall with an Asian-Japanese fusion since 2019. Menu includes Minced Meat noodle or Meatball Soup for $3, Signature noodles for $5.80, Braised Pork Noodles for $6.80 and option to upgrade to Udon noodle for extra $1.20.
Their Signature Noodles came with all the ingredient including fishball, meatballs, Minced Pork, Japanese Char Siew, an Onsen egg and sliced liver. Noodles were al dente and came tossed with a mixture of chilli, vinegar and sauces. The golden egg yolk came gusting out once you broke it. The star of the dish is the braised Japanese Char Siew that melt right in your mouth. Ending with the crispy pork lards, which offers a burst of flavours to the dish.
51 Noodle House Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-27, S768867 Opening Hours: 730am – 8pm (Closed on Wednesday)
Smokin’ Joe Western BBQ Charcoal Grill
Anticipate a smoky aroma and savoury flavour from the grilling of your delicious barbequed chicken. That’s just what keep customer coming back to Smokin’ Joe Western BBQ.
The Black pepper chicken chop, which comes with a generous helping of fries and a garlic bread, is just what you’d expect. After devouring the generous serving, your taste buds will still tingle from the succulent and smoky flavour.
With its renowned Josper grill and oven, Smokin’ Joe Western BBQ offers the flavour of backyard barbecues to the city. The expensive Spanish-designed Josper grill uses 100% charcoal to produce smoky and rustic flavours in the barbecue meats that you will enjoy very much.
Smokin’ Joe Western BBQ Charcoal Grill Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-37, S768867 Opening Hours: 1pm – 10pm (Closed on Thursday)
Nanyang Curry is helmed by a friendly couple selling various types of curry dishes. Menu includes Curry Pork Rib at $5.50, Curry Chicken Chop Rice at $5.50, Curry Chicken at $5, Curry Chicken leg at $5.50, Curry Fish meat at $6.50 and Curry Mutton at $6.50.
Their signature dish is the Curry Chicken Chop rice. Love the Chicken cutlet as it was crispy, juicy and tender. The rice was drenched with luscious curry and paired with juicy Tau Pok slices.
Curry was mild spicy and thick with coconut milk. Absolutely addictive!
Nanyang Curry Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-26, S768867 Opening Hours: 1130am – 9pm (Closed on Mon & Fri)
Gopizza is the new concept for single pax Korean Pizza. Started as a small food truck in Korea, GoPizza has seen grown to more than 100 outlets in 4 countries. Stalls offer more than 20 varieties of Pizzas, Chicken & Buffalo wings, Tteokbokki, oven baken bread, Fries & Soup and more.
Love the unique shape of the creative fusion pizza and Korean dishes. A Fast-food chain that are made-to-order in under 5 minutes. The pizzas are thin crust with crispy edges and cheesy fillings with pricing starting from $8.90. The perfect size for a perfect meal.
Gopizza Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-36, S768867 Opening Hours: 10am – 8pm (Daily)
Hua Hua Cooking and Eating
Hua Hua Cooking and Eating is helmed by Ngo Thi Hoa, 33, a Vietnamese who has been married and living here in Singapore since 2005. Her ex-boss has taught her how to manage the stove and cook all the dishes. She finally managed to open her own stall at Yishun hawker Centre after 7 years by offering a range of wok-fried dishes including Fried Hokkien Noodle, Fried Kway Teow, Fried White Kway Teow, Fried oyster, Oyster Omelette, White carrot cake, Black carrot cake, Yuan Yang Carrot cake and Stir fry beansprout with cockies starting from $3.50 onwards.
The Hokkien noodles were filled with generous portion of ingredients like prawns, eggs, squid slices, pork belly slices, sprouts and evenly soaked in savoury broth. The sambal chilli was nice and spicy. Drizzled lime juicy to add citrus for a perfect complement with the noodles.
Hua Hua Cooking and Eating Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-41, S768867 Opening Hours: 8am – 930pm (Closed on Thursday)
Min Jiang kueh, a Chinese pancake dessert, is a local staple and a childhood favorite for many Singaporeans.
This basic pancake is typically flavored with peanut butter or red bean paste and is fluffy and moist on the interior while maintaining a crisp exterior. The min Jiang kueh’s spongy honeycomb texture contrasts nicely with the filling’s coarse peanut texture that gives a genuine and nostalgic flavour.
For $1.20, you may experience the traditional Peanut Pancake that meets your expectations. The familiar and comforting taste of the pancake brought back warm memories of family dinners together at hawker centers and desserts shared around the table.
Munchi Pancakes Address : Yishun Food Centre - 51 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-43, S768867 Opening Hours: 9am – 830pm (Daily)
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Lastly, there are many others hawker stalls at Yishun 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 Yishun Food Centre & Market?
Yishun Food Centre or Yishun Hawker Centre is located at 51 Yishun Avenue 11, Singapore 768867 with the nearest Yishun Mrt Station, a 20 mins walking distance.
Alternatively you can take these bus number 103, 663, 804, 806, 807, 860 for a 15 mins bus ride to Yishun food centre.
Complimentary weekday lunch shutter services are also available from 1130am to 2pm. More details of Shutter Service here.
What is the Best Food at Yishun Food Centre & Market?
Yishun Food Centre & market was officially opened on 20 Sept 2017, homed to 43 hawker stalls with 800 seats selling a great varieties of food. 2 of the most popular Michelin Plate Stalls are Jiao Cai Hotplate BBQ Seafood and Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang.
Follow by Ah Tan Wings, XLX Modern Tze Char, 51 Noodle House, Smokin’ Joe Western BBQ Charcoal Grill and more. Ending your meal with Pancake dessert from Munchi Pancakes.