East Coast Lagoon Food Village has some of the very best hawker food in Singapore from BBQ Spring Chicken, Satay, Bak Kut Teh, Carrot Cake, Chili Crab...
245 East Coast Lagoon is one of the best locations for a Hawker center, right smack on the beach, drop by this drinks hawker for an ice cold..
One my favorite spots in Singapore for food and relaxing is East Coast Lagoon Village.
Get a taxi now, get to Lagoon Hawker on East Coast Service Road.
The guys went cycling at East Coast Park and we met for bak kut teh & pork knuckle at East Coast Lagoon Food Village hawker centre. I was quite blown away by Han Jia's braised pork knuckle (though it's obviously not for everyone).
All-in-all, the pork belly satay really elevated the familiar taste of familar hawker favourites, adding an extra meaty oomph to the meal.
The next item to try is their braised pork trotters ($6). The pork leg is served in a dark rich herbal sauce that you can smell even without digging in. The skin of the pork legs has a sticky and gelatinous skin holding all the chunks of meat together. Packed full of deep soy herbal flavour and collagen. Although the leg is stewed till a very dark shade of brown, it is neither really salty nor savoury. Instead it is the herbal flavour that is very prominent.
Despite the name of the shop, this stall is not located in Geylang but on East Coast Road, across from Al Forno and close to Beach Road Prawn Mee. But it takes it roots from Geylang as it’s the same family as Swee Guan in Geylang.
Song Kee Fried Oyster is listed as one of Singapore top-rated foods in 2017 by Singapore Best Foods and they are also being recommended in the Michelin Guide.
Lagoon Famous Carrot Cake will be a nice pit stop for cyclists, a good place for a snack after a swim or jog or for a light meal with a view anytime of the day.