The Bedok Marketplace located at 348 Bedok Road #02-01 a #ModSin hawker with 11 stalls of modern-day spins of classics spiced up with Wagyu
Bedok Marketplace review
Though their prices are steep for a coffee shop stall, The Social Outcast is generous with their servings and uses fresh ingredients.
Tradition runs deep in Wanton Noodle House’s wanton mee family recipe. They also offer a variety of dishes like braised pork and carrot cake! Read more.
Really springy yet biteable noodles, tasty savoury and fragrant brown sauce, plump and tasty wantons and crispy and solidly fried wantons. A bit old school yet with really flavourful sauce.
Cosy little eatery that serves very good wanton mee with a selection of excellent sides! I
Tuck into hearty bowls of al dente mee pok tossed in their house-made chilli and pair them with their savoury dumpling soup! Read more.
Similar to my review of Ah Lim, it is a definite yes for Lau Lim too. You may be curious on what is my take of who does a better noodle. My simple answer is, Lau Lim. Something about Lau Lim’s signature chilli sauce which makes me crave for it more.
The burger was nice as before. The bun was soft, patty was of a coarse mince and nicely grilled and juicy, the caramelised onions and mushrooms were sweet and umami, and added further moistness to the whole package. The burger was just short of smoky, but was really good.
I would say that The Social Outcast has achieved its goal, dishing out quality dishes that you would not be able to find in your run-of-the-mill coffee shop western joint.
Bedok Marketplace was a cracking dinner this day. Social Outcast, Burning Oaks, and The Naughty Chef be proud guys. The food is exceptional that you are
Orders are limited, and it’s best to pre-order by sending a message to The Burning Oak on their Facebook page or WhatsApp.
While the dim sum here didn’t exactly appeal to us, Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House kept its dim sum prices affordably and they are open until late.
While the dim sum here did not thoroughly appeal to our tastebuds, we still recommend trying a dish or two, especially if you’re in the vicinity at 3am in the morning.
The portions and pricing are too pricy to determine such a bowl of Bah Chor Mee. Although Lau Lim has its own style in the bowl of bah chor mee, we can better portions and value worth the money else where.
I must say this one at Simpang Bedok is actually quite good.
Having the Mee goreng here at Suka Ramai Mama Power. I was intrigued when they claimed that they have the best mee goreng in Singapore on their Facebook. This kind of mee goreng combo is kind of similar to Adam's delight. The nearest MRT station is at Telok Blangah mrt station.
哇·烤 Wow Skewer Bar is a solid new addition to Bedok Marketplace’s stable of stalls.
Overall, do not expect sophisticated flavours but if you’re looking for straightforward and tasty dishes that taste awesome with an ice cold beer, WOW 哇烤 Skewer Bar is your place.
My set cost $3.50 for a small portion of poached chicken breast and rice, plus a $2 roasted chicken wing, bringing my total meal to $5.50, including a side bowl of soup. Yes, it’s halal but honestly, this is an excellent choice for anybody who enjoys a good, hearty serving of chicken rice. It’s legit good and My Nasi Ayam is definitely worth a try!