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It was more for the ambiance and the hopes of finding a special meal that we went here. But it is a little disappointing because it is expensive and the food is just ok. Better to go to the hawkers in the markets.
The older, semi-enclosed hawker centers seem to have much of the best food in Singapore. Here, many gray haired people dedicated to their specialty dishes welcome their peers and all comers at prices very low by almost any standard. If authenticity and friendiliness are qualities...More
We found this hawker centre after arriving at our hotel (having done a google search to find a nearby hawker centre to have breakfast). Upon our early morning arrival we found most stalls to be closed, except for a few offering breakfast dishes ( tofu,...More
Come in the evening for seafood at cheap prices. Most of the seafood places do not open for lunch, so it's dinner crowd. Prices are reasonably low as compared to the "true" seafood restaurants, but quality is not as good as well. It is however...More
We happened here upon a tour and our guide chose a traditional salad, sugar cane juice, shaved ice, and an egg/radish (carrot) cake for us and each food was just “ok”. We would have preferred something special. The Michelin starred vendors close early and have...More
Located right next to the Dakota MRT, its a bit out of the way, but worth the metro fare to get there. An older, and definitely grubbier venue than the fancy downtown tourist food centres, but there are many iconic stalls here serving some of...More
We went to this food court and it was closed for the cleaning but we came back a few days later approx lunch time and it was worth it !
The food there was great, most dishes we had were very nice!
The pork dumplings...More
This awesome stall has been around in about 1 month (01-113) along Xing Mei Xiang Lor Mee stretch and it has gain various attention to all food lovers around that area. Their stingray combo is not only delicious and affordable, and most important of all,...More
Lots of different flavors in this hawker center. Not many tourists here, but well frequented by locals. We had a marvelous green Thai curry there, rounded up by a coconut drink afterwards. I would specially suggest the Thai Curry stand which is on the right...More
Response from snelson0929 | Reviewed this property |
Cab is fastest. By MRT, take the airport line to Tanah Merah Station (end of the Line), transfer to the East West Line toward Tuas to Paya Lebar Station. Transfer to the Circle Line toward Dobey Ghaut and get off at Dakota... More
Cab is fastest. By MRT, take the airport line to Tanah Merah Station (end of the Line), transfer to the East West Line toward Tuas to Paya Lebar Station. Transfer to the Circle Line toward Dobey Ghaut and get off at Dakota Station. There will be directions to the hawker center at the station. Fairly short walk.
It sounds more complicated than it is. Should take less than an hour.