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Reviewed 3 days ago

It is a very pleasant experience to dine here as it is very well ventilated and there are many stalls selling a wide variety of local food at reasonable price. After dining here, can walk around to enjoy the unique architecture of the flats in...Tiong Bahru by following the self guided heritage tour with its ten markers. The Food Centre is on level 2 while the very clean market is situated on level one. The market is also a great place to browse for the sheer variety of stuffs (both edible and non- edible) sold here.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I was here on a weekday last week for lunch, my first visit in a while. We had burgers for lunch at Skirt and Dirt and then followed up with local dessert at Tian Tian Yuan. All quite tasty and inexpensive. Not too busy on...a weekday lunchtime.More

Date of visit: August 2020
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Reviewed July 31, 2020

My hotel was a block away from the market. I went there pretty much every other day to grab a bite or a full meal. Cheep beer! It is one of the cleanest and most spacious food centers I went to while in Singapore. Totally...recommend it.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed March 29, 2020

Head out of central Singapore and into the 'burbs and you'll find the Tiong Bahru district, or more specifically the Tiong Bahru Hawker/Food Centre. The question is not what to have, as there is all sorts of Asian 'goodies' to be had here, it is...how much and knowing when to say 'enough'. Food stalls galore here, all clean, as is the centre, and for the quality and quantity of the food the price is good too. Enjoy :)More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed March 17, 2020 via mobile

Ting Bahru market and hawker center has been around for more than fifty years. If you would like to sample true Singapore lifestyle come here for breakfast. Prices here have remained the same for the last decade.

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed March 3, 2020

A nice & clean environment with a massive selection of food choices. Prices are affordable but queues may be long for some of the popular stalls. List of recommendations include Lor mee (#02-23) , wanton noodles (#02-30), tiong bahru pau (#02-18), chwee kueh (#02-05) &...wang wang sugancane (#02-27).More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 28, 2020

Take bus service 175 from Clementi Interchange to Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre. This famous food centre has been around for half a century. Level 1 is the wet market and L2 has about 50 food stalls selling hawker food. Here you get the...best noodle, chicken rice, tow kuah pok, char siew pau and a big variety of local food. The price is cheap and the quality is good. On Saturday morning there is usually a basker singing songs on L2. This is one hawker centre where the tourists come in droves.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 20, 2020

Until this visit, we’ve only used the food centre in the daytime, but this time we’ve visited in the evening and enjoyed delicious food. It closes at 10pm so it's wise to order food by 8.45pm as the limited number of stalls open in the...evening start to close by 9pm The stall we use in the evening is the Thai Kitchen #02-04. We also highly recommend the sugar cane juice from the drinks stalls. It’s a spacious area, and we can relax in pleasant conditions. Because it’s built around a courtyard it’s very quiet, with no traffic noise. Toilets are excellent and are cleaner and better equipped than many more expensive restaurants. The disabled receive good care. There are ramps when needed to bypass stairs, and 2 lifts. Disabled toilets are available as always in Singapore. There are seats with backs for those who find stools uncomfortable. Daytime or evening, give it a try for tasty food.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 11, 2020 via mobile

From wet market of fruits,vegetables and poultry. U named it, they have it. You can feel the nostalgic look of a singapore. 2nd floor you can find good eating stall that sell authentic food during the 80s. You can taste the sincerity of each seller...how they prepared the food for you. Most importantly it come with a good price. When you are in singapore, you must come to tiong bahru market place. You can feel the difference from the place and the people. Cheers Adam SingaporeMore

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 5, 2020 via mobile

Following a renovation a few years back, this is easily the cleanest hawker centre in Singapore. Not as large as some others (like Maxwell, Chinatown Complex), but still includes some countrywide famous stalls, for shui kueh, Hainan chicken rice, roast meats, pig organ soup, hokkien...mee, kway teow, etc.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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JinxAdvisor
December 3, 2019|
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Response from nellie7815 | Reviewed this property |
The one I mentioned is simply called Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice. If you google this phrase exactly, you'll see the michelin guide article about it.
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kenhickson
November 27, 2018|
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Response from Christopher R | Reviewed this property |
Most stalls aren’t open, however, the seafood restaurant near the bus stop, just down from the bakery, is good and open Sunday night.
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