Cai Ji Ke Kou Mian’s offerings make for brilliant hearty breakfasts that will give you enough vigour to power through the day. At least it’s a lot better than just cooking up regular ol’ instant noodles at home.
Cai Ji Ke Kou Mian is located in Taman Jurong Market and Hawker Center.
Looking for what to eat at Taman Jurong Food Centre? This is a list of 13 best stalls, from Feng Zhen Lor Mee to Tien Lai Rice Stall to BBQ Seafood and more!
I was delighted that they serve chicken porridge, the old kind which I grew up with.
The porridge was fragrant and savoury, and seemed like it was cooked in chicken stock and some oil. The chicken was tender and smooth, with gelatinous skin, and was doused in an addictive fragrant and sweet sesame oil/soy sauce. Nice comfort food – no wonder it was so popular and so many were having this.
In conclusion, Soh Kee Cooked Food has maintained its standard all these years and YES!
I’d say what makes Wai Kee Wanton Noodle stand out from the rest of the wanton mee stalls is their moreish sauce combination along with their QQ noods. When it comes down to their wantons and dumplings, I would rather purchase the soup options just so I can enjoy more of those delicious offerings.
It was very satisfying to eat Kok Kee’s wanton noodles for breakfast.
I like Kok Kee's wanton mee. It's not the usual wanton mee because of the noodles and proprietary sauce.
Credits must also be given to the freshness of the meats, particularly the liver which is very tender.
Yes, I liked it: they kept the noodles nice and firm, and it had just the right balance of vinegar and chili (those mushrooms tasted better than they looked too).
Bak chor mee is definitely a staple for all Singapore foodies.
They are famous for their awesome char siew, which is really tasty and affordable. Their roast duck is quite popular with customers too.
Tien Lai is well-loved for serving great food at pocket friendly prices however, the icing on the cake is the warm and friendly deposition of the ladies serving me.
I was totally expecting plain rice as we didn't order any chicken rice. However, it's not as plain as expected and we sensed a touch of chicken rice flavour somewhere! Strange yet true!
Heng Huat Boneless Duck Noodles rightfully holds its ground as one of the best stalls at Boon Lay Food Village.
Heng Hua Boon Lay Boneless Duck Noodles is one of my favourite hawker stalls in Singapore.
So its popularity speaks truly based on the taste and experience I had from the bowl of Boneless Duck Noodles.
Overall, the food is above average at Legendary Hong Kong and the dining vibe is on point for a pseudo Hong Kong experience. Hopefully it will open in the east soon!
Not to be missed is their French Toast Hong Kong Style ($3.80). It is a multi textural enjoyment.
If you happen to be in the area, make sure you check out Feng Zhen Lor Mee at Taman Jurong Food Centre – it will be well-worth your visit.
The grandmother's lor mee is buay pai too if you appreciate your lor mee without additional aromatics.
They serve unapologetically Singaporean renditions of Western classics that’ll rouse you back for more.
In conjunction with the healthy living style that most of us are working forward to, the existence of ButterNut had injected a new excitement to what we are expecting from an old school hawker food. I'm looking forward to the upcoming expansion of their menu.
Overall, their nasi lemak felt a tad overhyped and as a non-Westie, I personally would not find it worth travelling deep into the West for.
We’re pretty sure some residents living nearby are already loyal fans, but if you happen to be in the West next time, you might wanna give this place a shot!
Newly renovated, and serving delicate artisan gourmet coffee.
Suzuki Factory Cafe traces their history in Singapore back to 1979.
Though the folks at Suzuki Cafe and Roastery are still working on conceptualising a food menu, we find that their affordable and delicious cups of coffee are still worth the trip alone.
The texture of the rice kueh was on the soft and slightly gummy side, but was self made and had a good rice texture. The chai poh was salty rather than sweet and quite crunchy, and gave the chwee kueh a slightly different savoury profile.
Taman Jurong Chwee Kueh is a traditional stall that serves delicious handmade chwee kuehs.
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the menu is fun, and the food served is just as delightful.
The Playground Coffee doesn't serve the best cafe fare in Singapore, but for the relatively affordable price point, and good cups of joe that they pull, they are definitely the best cafe in the west. And, they are the only cafe that I'll return to in the west.
I can see myself returning if they were located nearer to me, but WEST IS JUST DAMN FAR.
I don't go to Penang enough to make a proper comparison to the real thing, but this was better than I was expecting, especially with a nice grilled aroma in those prawns. But their red chili sauce is sweet, so I had to stay away from that.
At Malaysia Boleh! Fresh coffee grinds are allowed to steep in a pot of hot water for at least 5 minutes to fully extract the flavours and aromas.
Friends in Singapore, if you crave for Penang style char kway teow, you can get a good one at Malaysia Boleh! in Jurong Point.