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“Good curry po that are great of value money ”

Amoy Street Food Centre
Ranked #30 of 453 Quick Bites in Singapore
Price range: $35 - $7,980
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Breakfast, Outdoor Seating
Neighborhood: Central Area/City Area
Reviewed September 3, 2016 via mobile


(超好面,和记肉粽,驰名香脆咖喱卜,桐记牛肉粿条), this four hawker centre is been award Michelin award 2016, I went here two time , and I only trying the curry po and 牛肉粿条and it is very nice and great value of money.
I will come back again next time to try another two.

Date of visit: September 2016
Thank Edwin C
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Reviewed August 15, 2016

Very popular with locals during lunch time, Amoy Street is always bustling during lunch hours between midday and 2 pm. There is a large variety of stalls selling foods ranging from malay, indian muslim food, mamak, chinese and western. Food is cheap. It is covered with fans so there is a slight air flow. There is also taps at the back for washing your hands.

Date of visit: August 2016
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Thank manspins
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Reviewed July 16, 2016 via mobile

Not so tourists sighted with tourist guide as in Maxwell Road. There are a few gems I can recommend that you would find branches elsewhere. if you want to know which ones these are, just follow the long queues which starts from 1130am to 230 pm to cater for the office folks rather than tourists.

Among the longest queues, nasi lemak 1st floor (sold out by 1135am likely due to many take out orders), the seafood soup stall upstairs, wanton mee(where q is 20-30 deep throughout lunch), down stair wanton, HK steam meat rice(true blue hongkonger), Thai food (true blue Thai lady cook), rice dumpling (we call ba chang) , local fried noodles. these are only a few !

the one that I would not recommend fried kueh teow( far too oily). you can get the cheapest fruit juice from $2.20

one unique Singapore habit you have to avoid being annoyed which does not happen anywhere elsewhere even in neighboring countries is people put tissue packets or name cards to secure seats nothwithstanding other who came earlier and in the queue are deprived of seating in priority

I hope the Singapore Govt takes some effort to eradicate this "kiasu / fear of losing/ selfishness' habit of depriving seats whom came earlier n in the queue. This is not meant to offend but Singaporeans please don t take this habit overseas esp in the west as it can be seen as 'boorish'

Date of visit: July 2016
Thank Highadventurer
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Reviewed July 15, 2016 via mobile

Amoy food centre is in the middle to CBD making it accessible to most people working around that area.
There is a wide variety of food options available ranging from western to Malay, Chinese and Indian. Prices are reasonable.

Like most food courts, it is naturally ventilated, so can get a bit hot and humid during afternoons.

Also expect crowd, as the area has high density of offices.

My favorite stores are:
Salad store at ground floor, and wonton noodle store at level 2. ;)

Date of visit: July 2016
Thank ChikulM1
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Reviewed July 15, 2016 via mobile

Michelin Food Guide features 4 stalls from Amoy Street Food Centre. Namely the curry puff (#01-21), Dumplings (#01-19), Beef Noodles (#01-39) and Ramen (#0-41).

Visited today (Saturday) not many stalls are opened for business. Amoy Street is located in CBD where many offices operating on 5 days week. It will be crowded on weekday especially 11am - 3pm. This place is between Tanjong Pagar MRT station and Telok Ayer MRT station.

It has a good varieties of food. Limited parking area.

The potato curry puff ($1.20) is really tasty. Enjoyed.

Date of visit: July 2016
4  Thank linweisingapore
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