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Went to eat for a light dinner. Also ordered their chee cheong fun to go along. The chai poh was super fragrant and addictive. The chilli was sedap. If u ask me how it compare to Bedok chwee kuih. I will say i prefer this....More
I am a regular at Tiong Bahru market. Still fillled with a good mix of old classic hawkers with pride in their cooking and decent prices. You tiao fro auntie and her daughter, kopi amd teh from kopi museum, chee cheong fan and fried noodles...More
Located in colorful district, surrounded by quirky bars, easy to get to, clean, versatile. Food is exceptional and stall holders are mad but friendly. For 20 sing dollars you’ll have a dinner for two including a couple of super chilled Tiger beers or fresh coconut...More
Visited Tiong Bahru for the first time althought I come to Singapore every now and then. It's a great place to see a bit of old school Asia, food is Great and really cheap, crowd constant. A nice change from modern places like Marina Bay
The only thing about this place is that it's a bit out of the way (but quite accessible still by MRT) and there's a bit of walking.
It looks like this place was recently renovated as the seating is pretty clean and modern looking (marble...More
My favourite fried Prawn Mee. The best ive tasted in singapore.
Go up the escalator, its the first stall on the left. They open from 11am and closed on Mondays. SGD$4 a plate.
Ive been told by friends... who travel far ends of singapore just...More
The Hawker Centre is on the second floor atop The Market about 10-12 mins walking distance from Tiong Bahru Station. It's been recently renovated very clean loads of cheap options. The area around it is being gentrified many hip cafes around the area. It's not...More
This is one place worth a visit even though it may quite warm at times. The variety of local food is amazing, and so is the price and quality. Try the roast duck rice, porridge, Michelin star Lor Mee, fried carrot/radish cake for starters.
Sorry for this late reply. For anyone else who comes across this question and needs to know, the selection of Halal food is very limited. I would recommend Adam Road Food Centre for a great variety of local halal hawker food.
Response from iluv2eatntravel | Reviewed this property |
Let me first answer your 2nd question - it also depends on the day you arrive - lots of stalls in Tiong Bahru market close on Mondays (quite typical of many hawker stalls in Singapore). So check out their website... More
Let me first answer your 2nd question - it also depends on the day you arrive - lots of stalls in Tiong Bahru market close on Mondays (quite typical of many hawker stalls in Singapore). So check out their website (google tiong bahru market) ahead of time. Otherwise, there should be sufficient stalls opened by 8 am as a fellow traveller has already mentioned.
There are so many stalls to choose from :-) most of these stalls are self service, so you pretty much pick an available table and go to the stalls of choice and bring back the food, and you can get a variety to sample with the family. For a start, try Teck Seng Soya Bean Milk stall where you can get great tasting Soy Bean milks (served warm or cold) and Soy Bean curd which your kids might like. There are also several coffee/drink stalls which you can get coffee and tea (there is not a particular one I prefer, which ever is opened). If you prefer less greasy and not too heavy breakfast items, check out Ru Yi Vegetarian food serving some of the best Vegetarian bee hoon (rice vermicelli). Otherwise you can also try Zhong You Yuan Wei Wanton Noodles or Hui Ji Fishball Noodles and Yong Tau Foo (both tend to have long lines!).
I do have one more alternative for you. Since you are arriving early at Changi International Airport, you might want to consider having breakfast there if time permits or if you don't have too many luggage. All terminals are stocked with restaurants and food courts (google Changi Airport dining) some are opened 24 hours and there might be more options for your kids.
Hope this helps and best wishes!